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COLONIAL SOCIETY OF MASSACHUSETTS, CONANT (continued)

gifts to, 123, 123–124, 145; vote of, Rev. Sylvanus (d. 1777), quoted,
concerning memorial to Gov. Hutch 373; preaches Forefathers' Day ser-
inson, 124; vote of thanks to' H. H.

mon, 385, 388, 390 n
Edes, 123; to Deacons of the First Concord, inhabitants of, forbidden to
Church, Cambridge, 249; endow remove without authority, 250
ment of, 288

Pilgrim Society, 1793, 369, 369 n,
Annual Meetings, 143-149, 286 370, 370 n
292

Social Circle, notice of, 370 n
Auditing Committee, appointed, Congregationalism in the United States,
123, 249; Report of, 148, 290

two hundred and fiftieth anniversary
Corresponding Members, death of, of, 378 n
123, 143, 161, 216, 286

Connecticut, 45; included in Territory
Corresponding Secretary, reports and Dominion of New England, 1688,
new members, 1, 150, 160, 161; elec 8; annexed to New England, 1687,
tion of, 149, 291. See also Park, 34; settlement of, 246–248; char-
Charles Edwards

acter of early settlers of, 380
Council, Annual Report of, 143 General Court, action of, in de-
146, 286–289; new members of, 149, fence of frontier, 253, 255, 260
291; minute of, in appreciation of Constable, ; temporary student at
President Lefavour, 292 n

Harvard College, 275, 280
• Editor of Publications, 288. See Constitutional government. See Gov-
also Matthews, Albert

ernment, constitutional
Honorary Member, death of, 123, Conway, Moncure Daniel, relates anec-
143

dote of Mrs. Hemans, 351 n-352 n
Nominating Committee appointed, Cook, C. W., quoted, 354 n
123, 249; Report of, 149, 291 Cooke, Elisha (d. 1715), 16, 21, 23, 50;

President, 123, 124, 143, 150, 160, Councillor, 17; opposes giving salary
161, 216, 249; appoints committee on to the Royal Governor, 394
memorial to Gov. Hutchinson, 124; Elisha (d. 1737), son of Elisha (d.
election of, 149, 291; speaks of plan 1715), 67, 93 n
to erect statue of Anne Hutchinson, John (d. c. 1694), 383 n
161. See also Lefavour, Henry; Tur- Cooper, Breton, temporary student at
ner, Frederick Jackson

Harvard College, 276, 280
Publications, 145-146, 150 n, 288, Rev. William (d. 1743), 224
289

Coote, Gov. Richard, first Earl of Bel-
Recording Secretary, election of, lomont, 106, 107, 109; quoted, 38 n,
149, 291. See also Cunningham, 44 n, 49 n; commissioned, 1697, 49;
Henry Winchester

sworn, 1699, 49–50; leaves for New
Registrar, election of, 149, 291. York, 50; death of, 50, 50 n, 52
See also Gay, Frederick Lewis Corbin, Francis, guest of Washington,
Resident Members, elected, 143,

195, 196
150, 160, 249, 287, 402; death of, 143, Cordis, Thomas, temporary student at
161, 249, 286, 402

Harvard College, 278, 280
Stated Meetings, 1, 123, 150, 160, Corlet, Barbara (Cutter), wife of Elijah,
161, 216, 249, 286, 293

134; family of, 134; date of marriage,
Treasurer,
Annual Report of,

134, 135
147–148, 289-290; election of, 149, Elijah (d. 1687), schoolmaster in
291. See also Edes, Henry Herbert Cambridge, 131, 133-135, 138, 139,

Vice-Presidents, election of, 149, 141, 142; first to receive salary partly
291. See also Davis, Andrew Mc from town treasury, 133; sketch of,

Farland; Knowlton, Marcus Perrin 134; possibly employed in Harvard
Colvel, Col. Thomas, 171

College, 134, 142; marriage of, 134;
Common lands, 268,269

site of his residence, 135; payment of
Conant, Roger, 210, 381

his salary, 137, 139, 140; death of,

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CORLET (continued)

Crowne, John (d. c. 1703), playwright,
140; reference to elegy on, by Rev. temporary student at Harvard Code
N. Walter, 140; date of his coming to lege, 275, 280
New England, 140, 141; grants of Cuffee, Paul, a Negro, In; G. F.
land to, 140, 141; his petition for Tucker gives account of, 1; monu-
grant of land, 1659, 141

ment erected to, 1
Henry, father of Elijah, 134 Cuming, John, temporary student at
Cortlandt, Stephen van. See Van Harvard College, 276, 280
Cortlandt, Stephen

CUNNINGHAM, HENRY WINCHESTER,
Corwin. See Curwin

A.B., elected Recording Secretary of
Cotton, ; temporary student at the Society, 149, 291
Harvard College, 274, 280

Curtis, George William (d. 1892), 374.
Rev. John (d. 1652), 234, 337 n, Curwin, Jonathan (d. 1718), 33, 46, 50;
381; Overseer of Harvard College, Councillor, 35, 38; death of, 38 ;
124, 125; toasts in honor of, 337, 340 temporary student at Harvard Cole

Josiah, son of Rev. Josiah (H. C. lege, 275, 280
1698), temporary student at Harvard Cushing, John (d. 1778), 80
College, 276, 280

Cushman, Robert, 341 n, 342, 361;
Courtland. See Van Cortlandt

toast in honor of, 300; his sermon,
Cousin, eighteenth-century usage of the December 19, 1621, not first in New
word, 120 n

England, 300 n; returns from Plyme
Coward, John Herbert, appointed to outh, 364
take an account in writing of the Custis, Eleanor (Calvert), widow of
public records, 15 n

John Parke. See Stuart
Cowing, David, temporary student at Eleanor (or Nelly) Parke, daugh-
Harvard College, 277, 280

ter of John Parke, 180, 180 n
Coxhill (Coxshell). See Coggeshall

Elizabeth (or Betsey) Parke,
Craik, wife of Dr. James, 165, 166 daughter of John Parke, 194, 194 Th,

daughter of Dr. James, 165, 195
166, 201

George Washington Parke, son of
Dr. James (d. 1814), visits of, to John Parke, 175, 178, 180, 180 71, 193
Washington family, 164, 165, 166, John Parke, 180 n, 194 n
169, 170, 172, 177, 188, 193, 194, 195, Martha (or Patsy) Parke, daugh-
196, 198; to servants of Washington, ter of John Parke, 194, 194 n, 195
177, 193, 203

Cutler, Rev. Manasseh (d. 1823), 243 73
Nancy, daughter of Dr. James, Rev. Timothy (d. 1765), 70 n
165,
66, 180

Cutt, Ri rd, 79, 80
William, son of Dr. James, 165, Cutter, (d. 1640), husband of
166, 185, 204

Elizabeth, 134
Cram, George Washington, 272 n

Barbara, daughter of Elizabeth.
Crawford, Col. John, debts of, to Wash See Corlet
ington, 166

Charles (d. 1779), son of Dr.
Cromwell, Oliver, 130

Ammi Ruhamah (H. C. 1752), tem-
Cronenburgh, Duchess of. See Wilson, porary student at Harvard College,
Sarah

277, 280
Crook, Henry, temporary student at Elizabeth, 134; her will, 135
Harvard College, 276, 280

Richard, son of Elizabeth, 134
Crosby, William, temporary student at William, son of Elizabeth, 134

Harvard College, 277, 280
Cross, Charles Robert, 292
Crossett, Samuel, temporary student Daing

INGERFIELD, Henry, tempo-
at Harvard College, 278, 280

rary student at Harvard College, 278,
Croswell, Joseph, his play, A New 280
World Planted, 342 n

Dalton, Charles, quoted, 91 n
Crothers, Rev. Samuel McChord, 292 Damport. See Davenport

Dana, Edmund Trowbridge (d. 1858), Davis (continued)

son of Francis (d. 1811), his connec on relation of Massachusetts settlers
tion with Harvard College, 273 to Church of England, 376 n; on
-- Elizabeth Ellery, sister of Richard comparative prosperity of Plymouth
Henry (H. C. 1874), 218 n.

and Massachusetts, 382
- Francis (d. 1811), son of Richard - Livingston, 149
(d. 1772), 218 n; toast in honor of, Samuel (d. 1829), son of Thomas
325

(d. 1785), 331 n; his ode for Fore-
- Richard (d. 1772), 218 n

fathers' Day, 1799, 331, 331 n-332 n,
- Richard Henry (H. C. 1874), 218 n 335 n
Danbury, Conn., frontier town, 253 - Silvanus (d. 1703), 45, 46; Coun-
Danby, Earl of. See Osborne, Sir cillor, 35, 38, 39 n
Thomas

- Tom, servant of Washington, 173
Dandridge, 172

Wendell (d. 1830), son of Thomas
Danforth, Samuel (d. 1777), 79, 86, 87 (d. 1785), gives Forefathers' Day
- Dep.-Gov. Thomas, 16, 17, 21, 23, oration, 1818, 319, 386, 388

24, 50, 137; chosen and sworn Dep.- - William (d. 1826), son of Thomas
Governor, 1686, 4; 1689, 24–26; (d. 1785), charter member of the Pil-
1690, 27; 1691, 1692, 28; his home grim Society, 320 n, 321 n.
stead in Cambridge, 213

— William Thomas (d. 1907), son of
Daniell, Samuel. See Donnell, Samuel William, son of William (d. 1826),
Danielson, Eli, temporary student at 386 n, 388 n; his error in regard to
Harvard College, 277, 280

use of the word Pilgrim in J. Davis's
Dartmouth, Earl of. See Legge, Wil Forefathers' Day ode, 308 n; quoted,
liam

on use of the scallop shell as a Pilgrim
Davenport, Addington (d. 1736), 57, 59, emblem, 327 n-328 n

66, 69 n, 100, 100 n, 101; appointed, Davol, Ralph, quoted, on pageants,
with P. Dudley, to keep the seals, 99, 313 n, 314 n
100 n; sworn, 100

Day, Matthew (d. 1649), son of Stephen
- Rev. John (d. 1670), Overseer of (d. 1668), 132
Harvard College, 124, 125; arrives - Stephen (d. 1668), his issue of the.
in New England, 245; a founder of Capital Laws of Massachusetts Bay,
New Haven, 245–247; quoted, on 116; manager of first printing-office
purchase of land for New Haven in New England, 131; his house, 131-
Colony, 366

132, 135
Davie, William Richardson, 332 n Deakins, Col. Francis, 191
DAVIS, ANDREW MCFARLAND, A.M., 1, Dean, John Ward (d. 1902), 360 n
· 144, 211, 376 n; elected Vice-Presi- Dearborn, Benjamin (d. 1755), 231,
dent of the Society, 149, 291; his 231 n
paper, The Change in the Editorship Dedham, settlement of, 208, 245; es-
of the Province Laws, 393-401; one tablishment of church in, 1637, 208;
of committee to report a scheme for quotations from records of, 209, 214,
renewal of publication of these laws, 215; Rev. J. Phillips called to church
399_401

of, but declines, 209; called again
— Judge John (d. 1847), son of and accepts, 214; dismissed, 215;
Thomas (d. 1785), his ode for Fore Thursday Lecture in church of, 215;
fathers' Day, 1794, 306, 306 n-307 n, invitation of, to Rev. P. Prudden's
308, 330, 331 n-332 n, 335 n; the company, 245, 246–247; inhabitants
word Pilgrim introduced in revised of, forbidden to remove without
version, 307 n, 308 n; delivers ad authority, 250
dress, Forefathers' Day, 1800, at Dedham Watch Dog, F. Ames so called,
Plymouth, 312, 385, 388; quotation 335
from, containing word Pilgrims, 312 n; Deerfield, frontier town, 253, 260 n;
delivers address, Forefathers' Day, appeals to General Court, 257–258;
1813, at Boston, 349, 350 n; quoted, I aided by Connecticut, 260; 'land

DEERFIELD (continued)

| Donkin, Capt. Robert, 88 n
grants and absentee proprietors in, Donnell, Samuel (d. 1718), 46; Coun-
265

cillor, 35, 38, 39 n
Delaney, James, temporary student at Dorchester, Viscount. See Carleton,
Harvard College, 277, 280

Sir Dudley
Delft Haven, Holland, commemoration Dorchester, First Church of, a Separat-

of embarkation of the Pilgrims from, ist body, 392
387 n

Downing, Lady Frances (Howard), wife
Denison, , temporary student at of Sir George, 130
Harvard College, 275, 280

Sir George (H. C. 1642), 11 n, 210;
Dennie, James, temporary student at name of, first appears in print, 128;
Harvard College, 276, 280

his preaching in England, 1646, 128-
Denny, John, temporary student at 129; his connection with H. Peters,
Harvard College, 276, 280

129; with Col. Okey, 129; serves
De Normandie, Rev. James, 149, 292 as chaplain of regiment, 129; as
Derby, Elias Hasket (d. 1826), temporary Scoutmaster-General to Parliamen-
student at Harvard College, 277, 280 tary army, 129; his True Relation of
Richard (d. 1832), temporary stu-

the Progress of the Parliaments
dent at Harvard College, 277, 280 Forces in Scotland, 129; marriage
Devotion, - , temporary student at of, 130; J. Adams's opinion of, 130;
Harvard College, 275, 280

Latin poem in honor of his marriage,
DEWEY, FRANCIS HENSHAW, LL.B., by P. Fisher, 130

149, 287; elected Resident Member, DREW, EDWARD BANGS, A.M., 292
143; accepts, 150

Drucker, Lucy, 33 n, 35 n, 46 n, 64 n;
DEXTER, FRANKLIN BOWDITCH, Litt.D., finds missing Royal Commissions, 151
367 n

Drunkenness, in New England, 240
- Rev. Henry Martyn (d. 1890), Dudley, Gov. Joseph, son of Gov.
355 n; cited, on differences between Thomas, 4, 4 n, 7 n, 8 n, 11 n, 13 n,

the Pilgrims and the Puritans, 378 14 n, 15 n, 30 n, 37 n, 38, 38 n, 52,
Diamond of the Desert, Salt Lake City 53 n, 56 n, 57, 61, 66, 89 n, 90, 91 mi,
so called, 353 n

92 n, 100, 100 n, 106, 108, 109, 153;
Dickinson, John (d. 1808), his Liberty sworn President, 1686, 5-6; extent of
Song, 299 n

his jurisdiction, 6 n, 15 n; member3
Digges, Miss — 167

of his Council, 1685–1686, 29–32,
- George, guest of Washington, 167, 32 n; named member of Andros's
200

Council, 32, 35; commissioned Gov.
Dillingham, - , temporary student at ernor, 1702, 53; arrives in Boston,
Harvard College, 278, 280

53, 54; sworn, 54–55; Vice-Admiral,
William Henry, quoted, on the 53 n, 55; controversy between Coun-
Mayflower passengers, 376

cil and, 1715, 55-60; superseded,
Disswasive, A, from the Folly and Sin of 62, 65; reassumes government, 1715,
Drunkenness, 240, 240 n

99; appoints A. Davenport and P.
Dix, Joseph (d. 1821), son of Elijah, Dudley to keep the seals, 1715, 99-

temporary student at Harvard Coll 100; anecdote of his proroguing the
lege, 278, 280

General Court, 394
Dixwell, John (H. C. 1796), 285 n - Paul (d. 1751), son of Gov. Joseph,
Dodge, Ezekiel Goddard (d. 1819), son 101; appointed, with A. Davenport, to

of Rev. Ezekiel (H. C. 1749), tem keep the seals, 1715, 99, 100 n; sworn,
porary student at Harvard College, 100; a proprietor of Leicester, 266
277, 280

Samuel, 263
Dogs, use of, in hunting Indians, 255– - Gov. Thomas, Overseer of Har-
256

vard College, 124, 125
Dongan, Thomas, Governor of New - William (d. 1740), son of Gov.

York, 10 n, 42 n, 43 n; quoted, 42 n, Joseph, 67; a proprietor of Leicester,
43 n

266

23

Dudley Records, 5 n

Eaton, Nathaniel, brother of Theophi.
Du Gard, William, 129

lus (d. 1658), 134; is head of Harvard
Du Gué, Marie Thérèse. See Lan College, 142, 210
gloiserie

Theophilus (d. 1658), a founder of
Duke of Braintree, J. Adams so called, New Haven, 245-247
335 n

Eayers, temporary student at
Dummer, Jeremiah (d. 1718), son of Harvard College, 275, 280
Richard (d. 1689), 18, 24

Edes, Henry HERBERT, A.M., 123, 140,
Jeremiah (d. 1739), son of Jere 143, 144; presents portrait of E.
miah (d. 1718), 92 n, 266; quoted, Wheelwright, 123; on committee on
63 n, 70 n, 91 n, 93 n, 102 n; a pro memorial to Gov. Hutchinson, 124;
prietor of Leicester, 266

his reports as Treasurer, 147–148,
Richard (d. 1689), 18

289–290; elected Treasurer, 149,
Lt.-Gov. William, son of Jeremiah 291; reads paper on J. Tileston, 155;
(d. 1718), 2, 2 n, 65, 66, 67, 68 m, 69 m, his remarks on I. Addington, 205;
70, 82 n, 88 n, 92 n, 93 n, 107, 108, speaks of the Thursday Lecture in
109, 110; sworn, 1716, 65, 92; Act Dedham and Boston, 215
ing-Governor, 68–69, 71, 72, 93; Edes & Gill, printers, 322
oaths on accession of George II, 69 n, Edmonds, John Henry, 114 n
93; his first commission as Lieuten- Edwards, Rev. Jonathan (d. 1758),
ant-Governor, 154-155

quoted, on parties in Northampton,
Dummer, Fort, 261

268
Dunbar, Charles Franklin, 404

Thomas (d. 1647), his Gangræna,
Dunkards, 354 n

128
Dunn, editor of an edition of In- Egleston, Melville, quoted, 262

dictment and Tryal of Sir Richard Eldridge, Capt. John, 4 n
Rum, 236

Eleazar, an Indian, temporary student
Dunstable, frontier town, 253; appeals at Harvard College, 274 n, 275,

for scouts, 257; land grants in, 280
264

Eliot, Charles William, 149, 408
Dunster, Elizabeth, second wife of Rev. Rev. John (d. 1690), Apostle to
Henry, 132

the Indians, 337 n, 362 n, 381; his
Elizabeth (Harris) Glover, first work among the Indians, 233, 234;
wife of Rev. Henry, 131

toasts in honor of, 337, 340
Rev. Henry, President of Harvard Rev. John (d. 1813), 323; toast
College, 134, 142, 213; his first mar in honor of, 322; preaches Fore-
riage, 131; his management of the fathers' Day sermon, 386, 388
Glover estate and the printing office, Ellsworth, Oliver (d. 1807), 332 n
131-132; his second marriage, 132; Emerson, Ralph Waldo, quoted, on
his work for the erection of a gram tolerance in the Plymouth Colony,
mar school building, 135-138

383 n
Durell, Capt. Thomas, 66, 68 n Emery, Robert, temporary student at
Dustin, Hannah, 256 n

Harvard College, 277, 280
Dutch, Capt. Samuel, 90 n

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Emigration to New England, checked
Dwight, Thomas (d. 1819), 336, 336 n by reforms of Long Parliament, 215
· Rev. Timothy (d. 1817), 269 Endicott, Gov. John, 141, 209, 210,

336, 341, 362 n, 365, 381; Overseer
of Harvard College, 125; toasts in

honor of, 322, 324; quoted, on his
EAMES, WILBERFORCE, A.M., his dis ecclesiastical position, 392
covery of the second edition of H.

WILLIAM, A.M., contributes to
Peters's Milk for Babes, 128

memorial to Gov. Hutchinson, 124;
Early Manuscript Maps of New Eng death of, announced, 286, 287

land, paper on, by J. H. Tuttle, 112- England, sovereigns of, 1603-1776, list
115

of, with dates of succession, proclama-

E., Mrs., 158

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