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Norton, Rev. John (d. 1663), 337 n; Old Style and New Style, error in
toasts in honor of, 337, 340

counting difference of, for date of
Notman Photographic Company, v Forefathers' Day, 297 n–298 n
Nottingham, Earl of. See Finch, Oldham, John, 325, 325 n, 342 n
Daniel

Oliver, Lt.-Gov. Andrew, 79, 80, 83,
Novatians, 377 n

88 n, 105 n, 107, 108, 110, 231, 231 n;
Nowell, Sec. Increase, 118

sworn Secretary, 1758, 1761, 95;
Paul, temporary student at Har sworn Lieut.-Gov., 1771, 95; death
vard College, 275, 283

of, 96, 96 n; appointed Secretary, by
Noyes, Ebenezer (d. 1767), temporary the Lieutenant-Governor, 1756, 104,
student at Harvard College, 276, 283

sworn, 104–105;

commis-
Joshua (d. 1773), temporary stu sioned by George II, 1758, 105; by
dent at Harvard College, 276, 283 George III, 1761, 105
Thomas, 139

Andrew (H. C. 1749), son of Lt.-
Nuttall, Thomas (d. 1859), his descrip Gov. Andrew, 231

tion of the fanatical sect called Pil John, temporary student at Har-
grims, early nineteenth century, 354 n vard College, 275, 283

Nathaniel (d. 1704), 16, 18, 24

Richard, 96 n
OAKES, — temporary student at Lieut.-Gov. Thomas, 96 n, 107,
Harvard College, 274, 283

108, 110; sworn, 1774, 96, 96 n;
Thomas (d. 1719), chosen Speaker leaves, 1776, 96
of Representatives, 1689, 24

Orne, Azor, son of Azor (d. 1796), tem-
Oath Rolls, 46 n

porary student at Harvard College,
Oaths taken by New England officials, 277, 283

texts of, 6, 11, 25–26, 45–46, 46 n Joshua (d. 1805), son of Azor (d.
48 n, 59

1796), temporary student at Harvard
Odes and poems for Forefathers' Day, College, 277, 283

335 n, 337, 351 n; See also Davis, Osborne, Capt. John, 102 n
Judge John; Davis, Samuel; Paine, John, Councillor, 79, 80
Robert Treat; Scammell, Alexander; Sir Thomas, first Earl of Danby,
Seymour, Benjamin

Marquis of Carmarthen, and Duke
Okey, Col. John, betrayed to death by of Leeds, 10, 10 n, 98
Sir G. Downing, 129

Oscar and Malvina, pantomime, 327 n
Old Brimborion, J. Adams so called, Osgood, Nathan (d. 1841), temporary
335 n

student at Harvard College, 277, 283
Old Colony Club, Plymouth, formation Ossianic poems, certain expressions

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of, 296–297; votes to celebrate Fore used in the, 327 n. See also Oscar
fathers' Day, 297; makes error in and Malvina
New Style date of the day, 297 n; Otis, Eliza Henderson (Boardman), wife
celebrations held by, 298-305, 385, of Harrison Gray (d. 1827), marriage
390 n; approves having a sermon as of, 157, 157 n; characterization of, 157
part of the exercises, 303; end of George, temporary student at
records of, 305; note on early mem Harvard College, 278, 283
bers of, 342 n

Harrison Gray (d. 1848), 157, 157 n
Old Colony Day. See Forefathers' Harrison Gray (d. 1827), son of
Day

Harrison Gray (d. 1848), marriage of,
Old Colony Pilgrim Society. See Pil 157, 157 n; comparison of, with his
grim Society, Plymouth

father, 157
Old Colony song, 302, 302 n

James (d. 1778), 81, 81 n
Old comers, Pilgrims of Plymouth so John (d. 1758), brother of James
called, 363, 364

(d. 1778), 79, 80
Old Hundred, authorship of, 330; sung Joshua, temporary student at Har-

at Forefathers' Day celebrations, vard College, 277, 283
330, 332 n

Oxford English Dictionary, 352 n

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P., H., See Peters, Rev. Hugh

Parks, Roland, temporary student at

Harvard College, 277, 283
Paddock, Adino, temporary student at Parnell, Capt. Francis, 100 n
Harvard College, 277, 283

| Parsons, John (d. 1740), son of Rev.
John, temporary student at Har Joseph (H. C. 1697), temporary stu-
vard College, 277, 283

dent at Harvard College, 276, 253
Page, Man, guest of Washington, 195, 196 Joseph (d. 1722), temporary stu-
Pageants, R. Davol quoted on, 313 n; dent at Harvard College, 275, 283

early pageants in America, 313 n- Particular plantations, Virginia syz
314 n; a pageant forms part of Fore tem of, 252
fathers' Day celebration at Plymouth, Partridge, David (d. 1781), temporary
1801, 313, 315

student at Harvard College, 277, 283
Paige, Nicholas (d. 1717), 32

Capt. Samuel, 83 n
Paine, Robert Treat (d. 1814), 326 n, Pastorius, Francis Daniel, 372

336, 337 n, 340; proposes toast to Patch, John, temporary student at Har
Great Britain, 337; criticism of, 338 vard College, 278, 283

Robert Treat (d. 1811), son of Paxton, William, 131
Robert Treat (d. 1814), his song, Peabody, Rev. Francis Greenwood, 405
Adams and Liberty, 310 n; his ode Jacob (d. 1758), temporary stu-
for Forefathers' Day, 326, 328, 330, dent at Harvard College, 276, 283
335 n; changes his name of Thomas, Pecan nuts, called Illinois nuts, 163 m2
326 n; first calls the Plymouth set- Peck, -, temporary student at Har-
tlers Pilgrims, 327-328

vard College, 275, 283
Thomas (d. 1809), 226, 227, 315 n; Pecker, John (d. 1745), temporary stu-
reference to his unbelief, 315

dent at Harvard College, 276, 283
Thomas (d. 1811). See Paine, Pecoit. See Pequot
Robert Treat

Peele, Jonathan, temporary student at
Palfrey, Rev. John Gorham (d. 1881), Harvard College, 277, 283
3 n; quoted, 6 n, 11 n, 37 n

Peirce, Daniel. See Pierce
Peter, 210

William, the printing of his alma-
Palmer, John, Councillor, 35, 41, 43 n nac, 1639, 131

John, temporary student at Har- Pelham, Elizabeth (Bosville) Harlaken-
vard College, 276, 283

den, wife of Herbert, 213
Rev. Joseph (H. C. 1747), 276, Herbert, 134, 212, 214; marriage
283, 285 n

of, 213
Papists, conspiracy of, against Wil- Pemaquid, Me., fort built at, in French
liam III, 47 n

and Indian War, 207
Paris, Martin, temporary student at Pembroke, Earl of. See Herbert,
Harvard College, 277, 283

Thomas
PARK, Rev. CHARLES EDWARDS, A.B., Penn, William, toast in honor of, 322

on committee on memorial to Gov. Pennsylvania Pilgrim, Whittier's, 372
Hutchinson, 124; presents annual Penry, John (d. 1593), 384 n
Report of Council, 143-146, 286-289; Pension legislation, Rev. E. H. Hall's
elected Corresponding Secretary of remarks on, 406
the Society, 149, 291

Pepperrell, Sir William (d. 1759), 79
Dr. John, 404

Sir William (d. 1816), 96
Louisa Jane, daughter of Dr. John. Pepys, Samuel, 89 n
See Hall

Pequot country, 246
PARKER, Rev. HENRY AINSWORTH, Pequot War, 246

A.M., exhibits photograph of por- Peregrine, the word, derivation and
trait of B. Gurdon, 156

use of, 352–353; significance in use
James (d. 1701), 18

of, for name of child born on the
Rev. Samuel (d. 1804), 340, 340 n Mayflower, 355, 355 n; applied to

Seth, temporary student at Har ships, 365
vard College, 277, 283

Perkins, Augustus Thorndike, 404

PERKINS (continued)

Phipps, Sir Constantine, quoted, 53 n
Daniel (d. c. 1745), temporary stu- Phips, Lt.-Gov. Spencer, 74, 75, 76,
dent at Harvard College, 276, 283 88 n, 94 r., 104, 104 n, 107, 108, 110;
Peters (Peter), Rev. Hugh, portrait of, Acting-Governor, 1749–1753, 76–77,

exhibited, 124; Overseer of Harvard 94; 1756–1757, 78, 78 n, 94; death of,
College, 124, 125; minister at Salem, 78, 78 n, 79; sworn Lieut.-Gov., 1732,
125-126; his education, writings, 93-94; name changed from Bennet,
preaching at London, 126; forced to 93 n-94 n
go to Holland, 126; his catechism, Gov. Sir William, 35 n, 46, 46 n,
Milk for Babes, 126, 127; two epistles 98, 106, 108, 109, 152, 206; commis-
of, quoted, 126-128; second edition sioned, 44; arrives, 1692, 28, 44;
of Milk for Babes, 128; his connec sworn, 44, 45; his oath, 45-46; com-
tion with G. Downing, 129; with the plaints against, 47–48; leaves, 48;
plan for locating Harvard College at death of, 48, 48 n; action of, in
Marblehead, 210

French and Indian war mentioned
Petit, Anne. See Piot

in letters of I. Addington, 206, 207
Philadelphia, procession held at, in Pickell, John, 192 n

1788, to celebrate American inde- Pickering, Timothy (d. 1829), 334, 335,
pendence and the ratification of the 340; toast in honor of, 325
Federal Constitution, 313 n-314 n Pierce, Daniel (d. 1704), 18

New Theatre, notice of perform Rev. John (d. 1849), quoted, on
ances at, 309 n-310 n

Forefathers' Day odes, 332 n
Philadelphus, pseudonym, 323

Pigwacket, Ballad of, 256
Philip, King, Indian, 332; war with, Pike, Robert (d. 1706), 18, 21, 46;
112, 251, 254, 256

Councillor, 35, 41; death of, 41 n
Philipse, Frederick (d. 1702), Councillor Pilgrim Association, Plymouth, 386,
35, 41, 42 n, 43 n; variations in spell-

386 n
ing of his name, 41 n

Pilgrim Fathers, 375, 377, 385 n; paper
Phillips, Elizabeth (Ames), wife of on the term, by A. Matthews, 293–
Rev. John, 210, 214, 215

391; history of the term, 295–351;
Gillam, 70 n

its first occurrence, 331, 351, 352; its
Rev. John (d. 1660), arrives in origin, 352-359; propriety of its ap-
Massachusetts and is called to several plication, 359-360; its meaning, 360-
churches, 209–210, 212; sketch of, 372; its extended application, 361,
210–211; his connection with Salem 361 n-362 n, 365–372; efforts to
and Rowley, 212, 214; settles in restrict it to Plymouth settlers, 362–
Cambridge, 211-214; removes to 364; regarded as Puritans by some,
Dedham, 214; returns to England, 373–376; not so regarded by others,
215; references to, in contemporary 377–382
writings, 215; member of West- Pilgrim Fathers of phonetics, 372 n
minster Assembly, 215

Pilgrim Jubilee, Providence, R. I.,
John (d. 1725), 18, 45, 46, 49;

378 n
Councillor, 18, 35, 41; death of, 41 n Pilgrim press, Leyden, 929 n, 384 n
Col. John (d. 1768), 83 n

Pilgrim Puritans, the term, 374, 374 n
Jonathan (d. 1818), son of Lt.- Pilgrim Society, Concord. See under
Gov. William (d. 1827), temporary Concord
student at Harvard College, 278, 283 Pilgrim Society, Plymouth, votes to

Joseph, temporary student at Har celebrate Forefathers' Day Decem-
vard College, 277, 283

ber 21st, 298 n; erratic practice fol-
Lieut.-Gov. Samuel, 315 n; toast lowing this vote, 298 n; suggested
in honor of, 315

formation of, 1807, 317–318; con-
William, temporary student at ducts Forefathers' Day celebrations
Harvard College, 277, 283

at Plymouth, 320–321, 386, 387, 389,
Philodemic Society. See Georgetown 390; particulars of the founding of,
College

1819–1820, 320 n-321 n; Sargent's

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PILGRIM SOCIETY (continued)

Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth (d. 1825),
Landing of the Pilgrims presented to, 326 n
336 n

Piot. See Langloiserie
Pilgrim Trust Company, name objected Anne (Petit), wife of Martin, 219 A

to by Puritan Trust Company, 384 n Charles Gaspard, son of Martin.
Pilgrims, 385 n; confusion of the terms See Langloiserie

Pilgrims and Puritans, 294–295; Martin, 219 n
landings of the Pilgrims at Province Pipon, Ensign John, ordered to give up
town and Plymouth, 297 n; tributes the Castle, Boston, 16, 16 n
to, 305, 306, 312; word Pilgrim not | Pirates, 207 n
in J. Davis's ode, 1794, but introduced Plainfield, Conn., frontier town, 253
between 1835 and 1846, 307 n-308 n; Plaisted, Benjamin Brown, temporary
used by J. Davis, in oration, 1800, 312, student at Harvard College, 277, 283
312 n; first used in print, as applied Plymouth, invites settlers, 1637, 245;
to settlers of Plymouth, by R. T. landing of Pilgrims at, 297 m; Fore-
Paine, 1798, 327-328, 352; other fathers' Day celebrations in, 295–322,
early examples of its use, 327, 328, 360–361; toasts in honor of, 310, 333;
329, 330, 332, 335, 339, 344, 345; scallop-shells associated with the Pile
probable earlier colloquial use in grims of, 327 n-328 n; Bradford's
Plymouth, 351; derivation and defi History of, 356; old stock in, 361;
nitions of the word pilgrim, 352; ap political status of, as compared with
plied to emigrants and cattle, 352 n Massachusetts, 382; treatment of
354 n; Bible use of, 354–355, 355 n; witches and Quakers in, 382-383;
pedigree of, as applied to Plymouth National Monument at, 387 n, 353;
settlers, traceable to the departure churches of, 386 n, 388 m; bibliog-
from Leyden, 356–359; propriety of raphy of Forefathers' Day discourses
this use, 359–360; extension of term given in, 384-391. See also Old
to all early Massachusetts colonists, Colony Club, Pilgrim Association,
361; to living persons participating Pilgrim Society
in Forefathers' Day celebrations, Freedom Hall, Forefathers' Day
361 n; list of references illustrating dinner given in, 314
use of the word as applied to Massa Old Colony Hall, Forefathers' Day
chusetts settlers only, or to Massa celebrations held in, 297-299, 301,
chusetts and Plymouth settlers 304, 314, 315, 316
jointly, 361 n-362 n; efforts to re Standish Guards, 319; standard
strict its application to Plymouth presented to, 321
settlers, 362–364; illustrations of its Plymouth Colony, included in Terri-
more general use, 365–372; distinc tory and Dominion of New England,
tion between the Pilgrims of Plym 1686–1688, 7, 8, 28 n; government of,
outh and the Puritans of Massa 1686–1692, 29 n
chusetts, 372–382; list of references Laws, editions of, 299 n
to writers who assert that the early Plymouth Ode. See Davis, Judge John
Plymouth settlers were Puritans, Plymouth Rock, building of canopy
375 n; differences less fundamental

over, 327 n
than sometimes urged, 382–383, 392. Plymouth Rock, pseudonym, quoted, on
See also Puritans

Forefathers' Day celebration, Boston,
Pilgrims, a fanatical sect, 354 n

1802, 338
Pilgrims, The, a play, given in Boston, Poe, Edgar Allan, 342 n
1808, 342 n–344 n

Elizabeth (Arnold), mother of
Pilgrims, The, a Dream, 344-345

Edgar Allan, 342 12
Pilgrims, The, in Masquerade, song, 345 Point Shirley, naming of, 1753, 77 n
Pilgrims, The, of Hope, an oratorio, 370n Pollock, George, temporary student at
Pilgrims' Harbor, 366–367; supposed Harvard College, 276, 283

use of, by the regicides Whalley and Pope, Edward, temporary student at
Goffe, 366 n-367 n

Harvard College, 276, 283

12 n

Pope, the, force of his excommunications PRINCE (continued)
of princes, 47

Thomas, Governor of Plymouth
Pope Night celebrations called pageants, Colony, toast in honor of, 313; More
314 n

ton's dedication of New England's
Popish Recusants, 75

Memorial to, 356 n-357 n
Porpoise fishery in New York, 219, 219 n Rev. Thomas (d. 1758), his library,
Porter, a guest of Washington, 121-122
165, 172, 201

Prince Library. See Prince, Rev.
Potomac Company, Washington's ac Thomas

count of attending a meeting of the Prince Society, its edition of “Edward
Directors of, 190–192

Randolph,” 3 n
Potomac River, work of the Potomac Printing first undertaken in New Eng-

Company, for improving the naviga land, at Cambridge, 131-132
tion of, 191

Prisoners, Franklin quoted, on exchange
POTTER, ALFRED CLAGHORN, A.B., 287; of, 365 n

elected Resident Member, 143; ac Prizes of war, 207
cepts, 150

Processions, 313 n, 314 n
Benedict Arnold, temporary stu- Propriety, pseudonym, 328, 329 n
dent at Harvard College, 277, 283 Prout, Ebenezer, 20, 23, 25
Povey, John (d. 1715), 89 n; quoted, Providence, R. I., Pilgrim Jubilee in,

378 n
Richard (d. 1705), 89 n

Providence Plantation, 45
Thomas, F.R.S., 89 n

Provincetown, celebration of the land.
Lt.-Gov. Thomas, 55, 88 n, 106, ing of the Pilgrims at, 293; landing
108, 110, 206; commissioned, '1702,

of the Pilgrims at, 297 n; Pilgrim
89; sworn, 89; lack of knowledge monument at, 391 n
about his family, 89 n; commander Prudden, Rev. Peter (d. 1656), arrives
of Castle William, 90; leaves, 1706, in New England with band of colo-
90, 90 n

nists, 244–246; settles in Connecti-
Thomas, son of John (d. 1715),

cut, 247

Prynne, William, quoted, 126, 126 n
William, 89 n

Public lands. See Common lands;
family, 89 n

Land grants
Powell, a guest of Washington, Pullin Point, entertainment for Gov.
201

Shirley at, 77 n; name changed to
Powle, Henry (d. 1692), 98

Point Shirley, 77 n
Pownall, Gov. Thomas, 94, 105 n, 107, Punch Hall, 234, 237

108, 110; commissioned and arrives, Purchase, use of the word to mean
1757, 80, 80 n; sworn, 80–81; leaves, booty, spoil, etc., 207, 207 n
1760, 81, 82, 82 n; Lieut.-Gov. of Puritan movement, T. Prince's collec-
New Jersey, 80 n

tion of works on, 122
Pratt, Benjamin, temporary student at Puritan Pilgrims, the term, 373, 373 n-
Harvard College, 277, 283

374 n
Precisians, 374

Puritan Trust Company, objects to
Prentice, John (d. c. 1800), son of John name Pilgrim Trust Company, 384 n

(H. C. 1766), temporary student at Puritans, character and influence of,
Harvard College, 278, 283

293; confusion of the terms Puritans
Prescott, Benjamin (d. 1745), temporary and Pilgrims, 294–295; discussion of

student at Harvard College, 276, 283 distinction, 372–382; differences less
President's March, 310 n, 326, 328 fundamental than sometimes urged,
Presidential Jubilee, 1817, 296 n

382–383, 392; Puritan originally a
Pretender, Old. See Stuart, James term of reproach, 377 n; indefinite
Francis Edward

ness of, in historical use, 393. See
Prince, temporary student at

also Pilgrims
Harvard College, 274, 283

Putnam, Alfred Porter, 404

89 n

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