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ENGLAND (continued)

tion in Boston, death, etc., 110–111. FACTION Hall, 340
See also Great Britain

Faculty, first use of the word at Har-
Church of, original adherence to, vard College, 223 n
of settlers in Massachusetts, 376, Fairfax, Rev. Bryan, son of Sir William,
376 n, 378, 380; attitude toward, of 190, 203
the Pilgrims of Plymouth, 378; per Thomas, son of Rev. Bryan, guest
secutions of Pilgrims and Puritans of Washington, 203, 204
by, 379; attitude of Rev. J. Robinson False gods, worship of, law concerning,
on communion with, 392

1642, 117
Enthusiasm, E. Wigglesworth's defence False witness, law concerning, 1642, 118
of the objection of Harvard College Farming in Virginia, as described in
to enthusiasm as exhibited in L. diary of Washington, 162–205
Langloiserie, 227–231

Farmworth, temporary student
Epes, Samuel (d. 1760), 231, 231 n at Harvard College, 274, 280
Episcopate, American, establishment of, Farnham, William, temporary student
296

at Harvard College, 276, 280
Equality, doctrine of, in colonial land Farrington, Daniel, temporary student
allotments, 267-269

at Harvard College, 277, 280
Era of good feelings, 296; origin of the FARWELL, JOHN WHITTEMORE, 241, 244;
phrase, 296 n

his paper on The Indictment and
Erving, John (d. 1786), 79, 80, 86, 87 Tryal of Sir Richard Rum, 234-240

John (d. 1816), son of John (d. Fast days in Massachusetts, 1689, 19,
1786), 96; temporary student at Har 21
vard College, 277, 280

Fay, Dr. Nahum (d. 1804), 310 n
Shirley (d. 1813), son of John (d. Fayerweather, John, temporary student
1786), temporary student at Harvard at Harvard College, 277, 280
College, 277, 280

Feast of gratitude, Forefathers' Day
Essex Hyena, T. Pickering so called, 335 celebration, 1794, 306. See also Fore-
Estabrook, Samuel (d. 1754), temporary fathers' Day

student at Harvard College, 276, 280 Feast of shells, Forefathers' Day dinner
Eustaphieve, Alexis, Russian Consul at so called, Boston, 315, 315 , 323,
Boston, 158, 158 n

327–329, 329 n, 333, 335, 339, 340,
Eliza, daughter of Alexis, her pro 341 n, 347, 348; same and similar
ficiency in music, 158

phrases in Ossianic poems,
Evelyn, John (d. 1706), 89 n

See also Forefathers' Day
Everett, Rev. Charles Carroll (d. 1900), Feast of the Sons of the Pilgrims. See

quoted, on the Pilgrim Fathers, 374 Sons of the Pilgrims, Feast of the
375

Federalism, toast in honor of, 333;
Edward (d. 1865), 298 n, 404; references to expression of, in Fore-
gives Forefathers' Day address, 1824, fathers' Day celebrations, 334, 338,
386, 388; one of several speakers at 339, 340, 345; Federal Catechism,
commemoration of departure of Pil 347 n
grims from Delft Haven, 1853, 387 n Federalists, 311, 323, 324, 338; criti-

William (d. 1910), son of Edward cisms of, 316-317, 333-334, 347; de
(d. 1865), quoted on Pilgrims and fence of their Forefathers' Day cele
Puritans, 381; gives Forefathers' brations, 348
Day address, 387, 388

Felt, Rev. Joseph Barlow, quoted, on
Excellency (Excellence), His, this title the Pilgrims, 374

first used in Massachusetts in 1686,7n Fendall, Philip Richard, 186
Excommunicated princes, status of, 47 FENN, Rev. WILLIAM WALLACE, D.D.,
Eyre, John (d. 1700), 16, 18, 24

speaks on the Separatism of Pilgrims
John (d. 1696), son of John (d. and Puritans, 392
1700), temporary student at Harvard Fenton, Thomas, temporary student at
College, 275, 280

Harvard College, 277, 280

327 n.

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Ferguson, Charles, temporary student | FORBES (continued)
at Harvard College, 277, 280

William Trowbridge, 292
John, temporary student at Har- FORD, WORTHINGTON CHAUNCEY, A.M.,
vard College, 277, 280

V, 55 n, 56 n, 59 n, 323 n; communi-
Fessenden, Thomas Green, composes cates a Diary of Washington, 161;

song for Forefathers' Day, 351 quoted, on the Plymouth Colony, 382
Festival of the Sons of the Pilgrims. Forefathers' Day, paper by A. Mat-

See Sons of the Pilgrims, Feast of the thews on early celebrations of, 293–
Fiennes, Thomas. See Clinton, Thomas 391; period covered a momentous
Finch, Daniel, second Earl of Notting one, 296; celebrations at Plymouth,
ham and sixth Earl of Winchelsea, 1769-1820, 295–322; at Boston, 1798–
152

1813, 322–349; at New York, 1805,
Capt. Jeremiah, 67, 68 n

350-351; Plymouth celebrations con-
Firmin, Giles, makes complaint to Gov. ducted by the Old Colony Club,
Winthrop, 264

1769–1772 or 1773, 296–305; by the
First comers, Pilgrims of Plymouth so town, 1774-1780, 305; no celebrations,
called, 308 n, 363

1781–1792, and no accounts found
Fisher, John, temporary student at Har for 1795, 1796, 306; no celebration,
vard College, 277, 280

1799, 311-312; error in giving De-
Payne (d. 1693), his Latin poem cember 22d as date of the day, 297 n;
in honor of George Downing's mar political partizanship displayed in
riage

exercises, 311, 316-317; Boston cele-
Fisheries, toast relating to, 311

brations a high Federal carnival, 323,
Fisk, John, temporary student at Har 328, 333, 334, 338, 340, 347–349; con-
vard College, 278, 280 ·

temporary criticism of the drinking
Fiske, Nathan (d. 1782), son of Rey. of toasts, 328–329, 338, 339, 340, 345,

Nathan (H. C. 1754), temporary stu 346–348; celebration by the Massa-

dent at Harvard College, 277, 280 chusetts Historical Society, 1813, 349;
Fitch, William, temporary student at general view of the character and
Harvard College, 277, 280

purpose of the celebrations, 360–361;
Fitzgerald, Col. John, 190, 191

bibliography of the Plymouth dis-
Fitzhugh, Col. William, 166

courses, 384-391; chronological list
Flagg, Isaac, temporary student at of celebrations, 385–387; alphabeti-
Harvard College, 278, 280

cal list of speakers and discourses,
John (d. 1785), temporary student 387–391; earlier lists incomplete and
at Harvard College, 277, 280

inaccurate, 385 n, 386 n
Fleet, Thomas (d. 1758), printer, 235 Forefathers' Song, 302 n
Fleming, John, temporary student at Foresters, T. Dwight on, 269
Harvard College, 275, 280

Foster, -, guest of Washington, 200
Flint, Ephraim (d. 1722), temporary - John (d. 1681), printer, 113
student at Harvard College, 275, 280 John (d. 1711), 16, 24, 45, 46;

Rev. James (d. 1855), 336 n; Councillor, 17, 35, 38; death of, 38 n
preaches Forefathers' Day sermon, Foster-Hubbard map of New England,
386, 388

113
Flipson. See Philipse

Fownall, temporary student at
Flucker, Sec. Thomas, 88 n, 96, 105 n, Harvard College, 274, 281

107, 108, 110; commissioned, 1770, Fownell, John, 132, 135, 137
105; sworn, 1771, 105; leaves, 1775, Fox, Gilbert, 342 n; sings Hail Colum-
105, 106 n

bia, 309 n-310 n; sings at Fore-
Flynt, Seth (d. 1673), son of Rev. fathers' Day celebration in Boston,
Henry (d. 1668), temporary student 342

at Harvard College, 275, 280 Foxcroft, Francis (d. 1768), 104, 226
Flypse. See Philipse

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Thomas, son of Rev. Thomas
FORBES, ALLAN, A.B., 145, 148; ap (H. C. 1714), temporary student at

pointed on Auditing Committee, 123 Harvard College, 276, 281

he departea

nas, temports

FOXCROFT (continued)

| FULLER (continued)
-- family, homestead of, in Cam- - Samuel (d. 1633), 392
bridge, 213

Susanna. See White; Winslow
Foy, Capt. John, 9 n
Frame, Richard, 41 n
France, toast referring to the govern GAGE, Gov. Thomas, 96, 96 n, 107,
ment of, 316; toasts referring to 108, 110; commissioned and arrives,
troubles of the United States with, 1774, 86, 86 n; sworn, 87; leaves,
324, 325, 332; lines referring to 1775, 87, 87 n, 88 n, 105; offers
“subjugated France,370 n

reward for discovery of thief of seals,
Francis, — , wife of William (d. 1834), 105 n–106 n
310 n

Gardiner, Henry, quoted, on New Eng-
- Rev. Convers (d. 1863), points out land, 367
error in date of Forefathers' Day, Rev. John Sylvester John, 340,
297 n; preaches Forefathers' Day 340 n
sermon, 387, 388

Gardner, Rev. Andrew (H. C. 1712),
Franklin, Benjamin, 239; story attrib-! 231 m

uted to, 242, 244; quoted, on ex- |- Rev. John (H. C. 1715), 231 ne
change of prisoners, 365 n

- Rev. Joseph (H. C. 1732), 231 n
- James, brother of Benjamin, 239, Nathaniel (H. C. 1739), teaches
244

French to Harvard students, 231-
Freeman, Maj. — 166

232; usher at South Grammar School,
Rev. Frederick, 386 n

Boston, 232 n; death of, 232 n
- Rev.James (d. 1835), 349; preaches - Samuel (d. 1683), temporary stu-
Forefathers' Day sermon, 386, 388 I dent at Harvard College, 275,

Jonathan Otis, temporary stu- 281
dent at Harvard College, 278, 281 - Samuel (H. C. 1732), 231 n
Freeman's Oath, printing of, 1638 or Garland, William, temporary student at
1639, 131

Harvard College, 278, 281
French and Indian Wars, mentioned in Garver, Rev. Austin Samuel, tribute of,

letters of I. Addington, 206, 207 to Rev. Edward H. Hall, 404405
French Club. See under Boston

Gates, Jacob, temporary student at
French language, early American works Harvard College, 278, 281

on, 118–120, 118 n, 119 n, 216; Gatliffe, temporary student at
teaching of, at Harvard College, bel Harvard College, 275, 281
fore 1750, 216–232

Gay, Rev. Ebenezer (Y. C. 1787), tem-
Frontier, First Official, in Massachu- porary student at Harvard College,

setts, paper on, by F. J. Turner, 250 277, 281
271; significance of, in American - FREDERICK LEWIS, A.B., V, 114 1h,
history, 250; problem of defence of, 208 n, speaks on Day's issue of the
251-262; acts of legislatures of Mas Capital Laws of Massachusetts Bay,
sachusetts and Connecticut concern 116; on early Overseers of Harvard
ing, 252-253; gradual extension of, College, H. Peters, and the earliest
261, 271; social, economic and politi books by Harvard graduates, 124-
cal aspects of, 262–270

131; elected Registrar, 149, 291;
Frontier towns, designated by General speaks on early catalogues of Harvard

Courts of Massachusetts and Con- College, 232
necticut, 252–253

Gedney, Bartholomew (d. 1698), 15 n,
Frothingham, Frederick, 404

16, 16 n, 46; Councillor, 17, 30, 32,
Frye, John, temporary student at Har- 35, 38; death of, 38 n
vard College, 277, 281

Gee, Rev. Joshua (d. 1748), 224
Fulham, Francis, 66

Sir Orlando, 53 n
Fullam. See Fulham

Gener. See Jenner
Fuller, Josiah, temporary student at Genet (Genest), Edmond Charles Ed-
Harvard College, 275, 281

ouard, 370 n

George I, King of England, 57, 58, 59, Gooch, Sir William, Governor of Vir-

60, 60 n, 61, 63, 91, 92, 92 n, 99, 100, ginia, 259 n.
100 n, 101, 101 n, 102, 102 n, 103, Goodale, — , 272
111, 153, 155; proclaimed in Boston, GOODELL, ABNER CHENEY, A.M., death
1714, 56, 56 n; death of, 69 n

of, announced, 286, 287; edits Mas-
George II, King of England, 60 n, 70, sachusetts Province Laws, 394-395;

72, 72 n, 74, 79, 80, 82, 92, 93, 94, 103, difficulties of, with State officials,
104, 105, 111; proclaimed in Boston, 395–397; discharged from office,
1727, 69 n; death of, 82 n, 83 n. See 397-398; prepares statement of his
also Wales, Prince of

work, 398; invited to resume editor-
George III, King of England, 82, 85, 86, ship, but declines, 399–400; submits

86 n, 95, 96, 105, 111; proclaimed in names of possible editors for consider-
Boston, 1760, 82 n-83 n; birthday ation, 401
celebration for, 241

| Goodhue, Josiah, son of Rev. Josiah
Georgetown College, Philodemic So (H. C. 1755), temporary student at
ciety of, 372 n

Harvard College, 277, 281
Gerry, Gov. Elbridge, 326 n

- Stephen (d. 1809), temporary
Gibbs, Major - guest of Washing-| student at Harvard College, 276,
ton, 189, 190

281
Gibson, Edmund, Bishop of London, 2 Goodrick, Rev. Alfred Thomas Scrope,
Gidney. See Gedney

3 n, 89 n
Gill, Michael, temporary student at Goodricke, Sir Henry (d. 1705), 98
Harvard College, 277, 281

Goodwin, Rev. Ezra Shaw (d. 1833),
Gilman, John Taylor, Governor of New preaches Forefathers' Day sermon,
Hampshire, 313, 313 n, 315

386, 388
- Nathaniel, temporary student at — Rev. Henry Martyn, quoted, on
Harvard College, 276, 281

Pilgrims and Puritans, 378
Gilpin, Col. George, 169, 183; accom -John Abbot, 355 n; quoted, on

panies Washington to Seneca Falls, use of term Pilgrims, 360 n; on num-
190, 191, 192

ber of Pilgrims or first comers, 363;
Gleason, Ezra, temporary student at asserts that the Pilgrims were not
Harvard College, 277, 281

Puritans, 377 n, 380
Glover, Elizabeth (Harris), wife of Rev. - William Watson (d. 1912), 404
Jose. See Dunster

Goodyear, -, temporary student at
Rev. Jose (d. 1638), embarks for Harvard College, 274, 281
New England, with equipment for a Goold, Gardner, temporary student at
printing establishment, but dies on Harvard College, 277, 281
passage, 131; management of his Gore, —, temporary student at Har-
estate, 131-132

vard College, 274, 281
- Rev. Pelatiah (d. 1692), son of — Gov. Christopher, vice-president
John (d. 1654), temporary student at at Forefathers' Day celebration, 341
Harvard College, 274, 281

Gorges, Sir Ferdinando, claims of, in
Samuel Kinsley, temporary stu- New England, 114
dent at Harvard College, 277, 281 Gouge, , temporary student at Har-
Go to the Devil and shake yourself, vard College, 275, 281

tune used at Forefathers' Day cele Government, constitutional, beginnings
bration, 337, 338, 340

of, in the United States, 295
Godwin, Mary Wollstonecraft (d. 1797), Graeuw, Garret de, 219 n.
mention of, in a toast, 316

Grain, Washington's principles for har-
Goffe, Edward, 134; his work for the vesting, 197, 198

erection of a grammar school build-Grainger, - , temporary student at
ing in Cambridge, 135–137

Harvard College, 277, 281
- William, the regicide, notes on his GRANDGENT, CHARLES HALL, A.B., 287;
wanderings, 366 n-367 n

elected Resident Member, 160; ac-
Goldsborough, , 191

cepts, 161

Granger, Thomas, temporary student | Groton, frontier town, 253; petition of,
at Harvard College, 276, 281

for remission of taxes or other aid in
Grant, Sir Alexander, 119 n

frontier troubles, 258–259; vote of,
Grasses, Washington's remarks on, 200- concerning non-resident land owners,
201

264
Graves, Thomas (d. 1697), 32

Gunnison, Lieut. John Williams, 314 n
Gray, Francis Calley (d. 1856), delivers Gunpowder Plot, W. Ames's sermon on,

Forefathers' Day address, 1819, 320, London, 1652, 128
386, 388; gives toast to Pilgrim So- Gurdon, Brampton, photograph of por-
ciety, 321

trait of, exhibited, 156
- Harrison (d. 1794), 90, 90 n, 96

Muriel, daughter of Brampton.
- James, temporary student at Har- See Saltonstall

vard College, 277, 281
- William, of Salem, 159
Great Awakening, controversy aroused HADLEY, frontier town, 253; forti-
by, 227

fications at, 260
Great Britain, 307; toast in honor of, Hagborne, John, temporary student at
337. See also England

Harvard College, 275, 281
Great Falls, Potomac River, 183, 191, 192 Hail Columbia, J. Hopkinson's song,
Greater New England in the West, 271 sung at Forefathers' Day celebration,
Green, Bartholomew (d. 1732), 118 1798, 309; early notices of, 309 n-
- Joseph (H. C. 1726), 221, 221 n 1 310 n

Dr. Robert Montraville, 149 Hail, Pilgrim Fathers of our race, S.
- Rev. Samuel (d. 1834), quoted, on Davis's ode beginning, 331, 332 n
the Pilgrims, 368 n, 374; preaches HALE, Rev. EDWARD, A.B., 392; com-
Forefathers' Day sermon, 386, 388, municates Memoir of E. H. Hall,
388 n–389 n

402; text of Memoir, 403-409
- Dr. Samuel Abbott; 404

- John Parker (d. 1819), temporary
Timothy, printer, 223

student at Harvard College, 278,
Green Mountains, Vt., lion of the, M. 281
Lyon so called, 311 n

Hall, - temporary student at Har-
Greene, John (d. 1708), Councillor, 32, vard College, 275, 281
35, 38, 38 n, 39 n

- Aaron, temporary student at Har-
Greenhalge, Gov. Frederic Thomas, his vard College, 277, 281

action in regard to publication of the - Rev. Edward Brooks (d. 1866),
Province Laws, 396–397

403
Greenleaf, John (d. 1777), temporary - Rev. EDWARD HENRY, D.D., son

student at Harvard College, 277, 281 of Rev. Edward Brooks, Memoir of,
Greenwood, John (d. 1792), his portrait by Rev. E. Hale, communicated, 402;
of J. Tileston, 155

text of Memoir, 403-409; his ances
- Thomas Jackson, temporary stu try, 403; his education, classmates,

dent at Harvard College, 277, 281 ministry at Plymouth, chaplaincy in
Gridley, Jeremiah (d. 1767), 221, 221 n the Civil War, installation at Wor-
GRIFFIN, APPLETON PRENTISS CLARK, cester, 404; tribute to, by Rev. A. S.

205; photostat of letter written by J. Garver, 404–405; removes from Wor-
Abercrombie exhibited on behalf of, cester to.Cambridge, 405; his house
155: letters of I. Addington to Wil a social centre, 405–406; his preach-
liam Blathwayt communicated on ing, 406; extracts from two sermons,
behalf of, 205

406 407; his travels in Europe and
Griffis, Rev. William Elliot, his defini later life, 407-409; lecturer in Har-
tion of Pilgrim Fathers, 364

vard Divinity School, 408; his pub-
Grosvenor, Ebenezer (d. 1788), son of lications, 408; his connection with

Rev. Ebenezer (Y. C. 1759), tempo-| the Colonial Society, 408 409; bis
rary student at Harvard College, 277, personal appearance and character-
281

istics, 409

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