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321 n

PUTNAM (continued)

RAND, EDWARD KENNARD, Ph.D., 149,
CHARLES PICKERING, M.D., death 287; elected Resident Member, 150;
of, announced, 249, 286, 287

accepts, 160
G (d. 1773), temporary stu Wi m (d. c. 1758), temporay
dent at Harvard College, 277, 283 student at Harvard College, 275, 233

John (d. 1772), temporary student Randall, Ensign
at Harvard College, 277, 283

Randolph, Sec. Edward, 2, 4n, 9X,
William, temporary student at 10 n, 12 n, 30 n, 37 n, 41, 41 n, 106,
Harvard College, 278, 283

108, 109; quoted, 3 n, 9 n, 11 n, 30-
Pyke. Sce Pike

31, 32 n, 37 n, 40 n; arrives in
Pynchon, See Pynchon, John Boston, 3, 3 n, 4, 5 n; commissioned
(d. 1742)

Collector, 1678, 10, 10 n; Collector,
John (d. 1703), 260; Councillor, Surveyor, and Searcher of Customs,
30, 32, 35, 41; death of, 41 n; report 1681, 11; Secretary, 1685, 11, 13;
of his survey, 112, 113

1688, 12; Councillor, 1685, 11; sword
John (d. 1721), son of John 1686, 11; makes J. West Dep-
(d. 1703), perhaps a temporary stu Secretary, 1687, 12–13; his dif-
dent at Harvard College, 285 n

culties in obtaining the records of his
John (d. 1742), son of John office, 13 n–16 n; Councillor, 1685
(d. 1721), temporary student at Har 1689, 30, 32, 35
vard College, 275, 283

John, of Roanoke, 316, 316 n
John, son of William (H. C. 1743), Rape, law concerning, 1642, 118
temporary student at Harvard Col- Rawlins. See Rollins
lege, 277, 283

Rawson, Sec. Edward, 13 n, 14 n, 159,
Joseph (d. 1763), son of John 16 n; chosen Secretary, 4, 4 n; notes
(d. 1742), 79, 80

to and from, concerning J. Taylor's
Nathan, son of George (d. 1797), map of New England, 112; quoted,
son of John (d. 1742), temporary stu on map requested by commissioners,
dent at Harvard College, 276, 283 115

Jonathan (d. 1819), temporary
student at Harvard College, 277, 283

QUAKERS, 370 n, 372; named in Read, William, temporary student at

derision, 377 n; persecuted in Plym Harvard College, 278, 283
outh Colony, 383, 383 n

Rebellion, law concerning, 1642, 118
Quincy, Edmund (d. 1698), 18

Recusants, Popish. See Popish Rec-
Edmund (d. 1738), son of Ed usants
mund (d. 1698), 70 n, 93 n

Red Sea, toast referring to, 325
Quincy, Duke of. See Braintree, Duke Redemptioners, 178
of

Reed, Jonathan, temporary student at
Quincy, town of, gives the John Adams Harvard College, 278, 283

Library in trust to the Boston Public William, temporary student at
Library, 122; Church and Temple Harvard College, 278, 283
Fund, 122

Reformation, 122
Quinepiack, 245, 246, 247. See also New Regicides, 366 n-367 n; spoken of as
Haven

Pilgrims, 370
Quo warranto, against Massachusetts Relton, Francis Boyer, quoted, 89 n

Colony Charter, 1683, 3; against Remington, Jonathan (d. 1745), 66
Rhode Island Charter, 1686, 39 n Revolutionary War, political turmoil

preceding, 305
Reynolds, Maria, wife of James, 329 n

RACKEMANN, CHARLES SEDGWICK, Reynolds Pamphlet, 320 n

A.M., 148; on auditing committee, Rhode Island, 45; included in Territory
123

and Dominion of New England, 1688, .
Ramsay, Miss 201

8; boundary controversy of, with
Col. Dennis, 203

Massachusetts, 121

Rice, Edmund, 139

ROGERS (continued)
FRANKLIN PIERCE, 287; elected Daniel Denison (d. 1825), 158 n
Resident Member, 160; accepts, 161 Elizabeth, daughter of Daniel
Rich, Jairus, temporary student at Har Denison. See Slade
vard College, 278, 283

Elizabeth (Bromfield), wife of
Richard, Sir. See Rum, Sir Richard Daniel Denison, 158 n
Richard Rum, Sir. See Rum, Sir Rev. Ezekiel (d. 1660), 212
Richard

G., temporary student at Harvard
Richards, John (d. 1694), 16, 21, 23, 45, College, 275, 283

46; Councillor, 17, 35, 41; death of, Rev. Nathaniel (d. 1655), 341
41 n

Nathaniel, temporary student at
Richardson, Abijah (d. 1822), tempo Harvard College, 277, 283

rary student at Harvard College, 277, See also Rodgers
283

Rollins, guest of Washington, 183
Anna (Bemis), first wife of John Roman Catholic Church, tenets of, oaths
(d. 1837), 370 n

concerning, 46, 47 n
Hannah (Bemis), second wife of Rooke, Capt. Harry, 88 n
John (d. 1837), 370 n

Roosevelt, Theodore, confuses the
John (d. 1837), 369; sketch of, Puritans and Pilgrims in his Prov-
369 n-370 n

incetown address, 293–294, 294, n-
John, temporary student at Har 295 n; skit on, 294 n
vard College, class of 1796, 278, 283 Ropes, Rev. JAMES HARDY, D.D., offers
Robbins, Rev. Chandler (d. 1799), 309, for publication the accounts of the

359; proposes a sermon as part of Deacons of First Church, Cambridge,
Forefathers' Day celebrations, 302– 249
303; preaches the first one, 1772, 303, Rowley, settlement of, 212
304, 385, 390, 390 n; another, 1793, Roxbury, land grant to, 265
306, 385, 390; death of, 311; quoted, Royall, Isaac (d. 1781), 79
on the Pilgrims, 358,359

Ruggles, Capt. John, 69 n
- Lieut.-Gov. Edward Hutchinson, Rule Britannia, sung at Forefathers'

Day celebration, 346, 348
Rev. Thomas (d. 1856), nephew of Rum, Sir Richard, Indictment and
Rev. Chandler (d. 1799), quoted, on Tryal of, a temperance tract issued
the Puritans, 383 n; discussion of in many editions, 1724–1835, 234-
his statement, 383 n-384 n; extracts 239; Sir Richard used to personify
from Diary of, 386 n, 388 n

rum, 236-239, 241, 241 n
Robinson, Capt.

365 n

Rum, origin of the liquor and the word
FRED NORRIS, Ph.D., on Nomi as applied to it, 242
nating Committee, 249

Rumsey, James (d. 1792), 183, 191, 192
Rev. John (d. 1625), 361 n, 363, Russell, Benjamin (d. 1845), printer,
376; toast in honor of, 324; position 307, 348, 371 n
of, on communion with the church of Catherine Elliott, gives recipe for
England, 392

succotash, 299 n
Rochester, Earl of. See Hyde, Lau Daniel (d. 1763), son of James (d.

1709), 80
Roden, Robert F., quoted, on Capital Daniel, son of Thomas (d. 1796),

335 n

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Laws of Massachusetts Bay, 116 temporary student at Harvard Col-
RO Rev. John (d. 1811), 350, 350 n lege, class of 1789, 277, 283
Rogers, Benjamin, son of Rev. John James (d. 1709), 16 n, 17, 18, 23,

(H. C. 1705), temporary student at 32, 33, 45, 46, 50; Councillor, 35, 41;
Harvard College, 275, 283

death of, 41 n
Rev. Daniel (d. 1785), examined in John, of Cambridge, 132
relation to L. Langloiserie's dissemi John (d. 1795), son of Edward
nation of alleged dangerous doctrines (H. C. 1759), temporary student at
at Harvard College, 225, 230 n Harvard College, 278, 283

4,05

285 n

SABBATH,

RUSSELL (continued)

SANFORD (continued)
Joseph, vice-president at Fore 1653), Councillor, 32, 33 n, 35, 41;
fathers' Day celebrations, 324, 327, death of, 37 n, 41 n
330, 334, 336

Peleg, son of John (d. 1653), 33,337
William Shaw (d. 1863), 302 n, Sanger, Richard (H. C. 1800), 278, 283,
335 n, 351 n; his note on J. Davis's
Forefathers' Day ode, 307 n

Santen, Lucas, 42 n
Rust, William (d. 1747), temporary Sargent, Col. Henry, his painting, The

student at Harvard College, 276, 283 Landing of the Pilgrims, 336, 336 n1
Ryan, Thomas, indentured servant of Peter. See Sergeant, Peter
Washington, 178, 179

Saturday, evening of, regarded as part

of the Sabbath, 301 n, 345

Savage, James, quoted, 40 n, 112, 142
ABBATH, Saturday evening re Savoury, Capt. Thomas, 89 n

garded as part of, 301 n, 345 Scallop shell, as associated with the
Sabine, Rev. James, quoted, on Old Plymouth Pilgrims, 327 n-328 n

Style and New Style dates, 297 n; Scammell, Alexander (d. 1781), 301 ,
opinion of, cited, on sermon attributed 342 n; his Forefathers' Day poem,
to R. Cushman, 300 n

301
Saffery, Solomon, and Nathaniel Wood-School system of Massachusetts, four-

ward, reference to map of part of dation of, 132–133
New England, by, 113, 115

Scire facias, writ of, 5 n
St. Helena, project for descent on, 244 Scollay, James, temporary student at
St. Mary's, Md., settlement of, 371 Harvard College, 276, 283
Sainted Shades, Forefathers' Day ode. Scott, Benjamin, quoted, on use of the

See Paine, Robert Treat (d. 1811) term Pilgrim Fathers, 362; asserts
Salem, extracts from records of, regard that the Pilgrims were not Puritans,

ing land grants, 209–210, 212; sug 376–378, 382; in error in acquitting
gestion for celebration of settlement the Pilgrim Fathers of persecuting
of, 322–323; early ministers of, 367– the Quakers, 383 n
368

William (d. 1735), 120 n; A. L.
Salem Village, origin of, 212

M.'s Some Observations upon the
Salisbury, frontier town, 253; founding French Tongue dedicated to, 119–
of, 263

120; account of, 119 n
Salt Lake City, Utah, 353 n

William (d. 1729), son of Willian
Saltonstall, Muriel (Brampton), wife of (d. 1735), 119 n
Richard (d. 1694), 156

Scottow, Joshua, quoted, 367
Nathaniel (d. 1707), son of Rich- Scrooby, Eng., Pilgrim Church at, 384 n
ard (d. 1694), 18, 23, 37 n, 41, 46; Scruggs, Thomas, 210
nominated Councillor, 30, 32; de Scythians, C. Mather's remark upon,
clines to serve, 31, 37 n; Councillor

368 n
under Province Charter, 35; death Seabury, Samuel, temporary student at
of, 41, 41 n; quoted, on conditions Harvard College, 275, 283
in Haverhill, 260

Rev. William Jones, 156
Richard (d. 1694), 156

Sears, Rev. Edmund Hamilton, quoted,
Samoset, Indian chief, 342 n, 343 n, on Pilgrims and Puritans, 376; note
344 n

on his book, Pictures of the Olden
Sancroft, William, Archbishop of Can Time, 376 n-377 n
terbury, 32 n

Sedgwick, William Dwight, 404
Sanderson, a guest of Washing- Sedition pole, 324
ton, 169, 177, 178

Selike. See Sellick
Sandforth, Peter. See Sanford, Peleg Sellick, John, 10 n
Sanford, John (d. 1653), President of Seneca Falls, Potomac River, 190, 191
Rhode Island, 41 n

Senf, Col. William, guest of Washing-
John (d. 1687), son of John (d.! ton, 182, 183

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Separatists, as represented by the Pil-Shays's Rebellion, 253

grims of Plymouth, 363, 376–379, Sheafe, Henry, temporary student at
383 n; relation of the Massachusetts Harvard College, 278, 284
settlers to, 379, 382, 383 n, 392; Sampson, 33
difference between the Separatists at Shell, used as soup tureen at Fore-

Leyden and at Amsterdam, 392 fathers' Day dinner, 330; other large
Sergant,

temporary student at shells, 330 n
Harvard College, 275, 283

Shells of the feast, and similar phrases,
Sergeant, Peter (d. 1714), 16, 24, 45, 46, 327 n. See also Feast of shells

49, 50; Councillor, 17, 35, 41; death Shepard, Rev. Thomas (d. 1649), 215,
of, 41 n

362 n; Overseer of Harvard College,
Sermon, first, preached in New Eng 124, 125; minister of the Cambridge
land, 300 n

Church, 211; his influence in locat-
Serpents, tawny, Indians so called, 256, ing Harvard College at Cambridge,
269-270

211; in bringing Rev. J. Phillips to
Sewall, Rev. Joseph (d. 1769), son of Cambridge, 211, 213
Judge Samuel, 122, 224

Ships, 74; Ann (1722), 67, 68 n; Ann
Judge Samuel, 32, 35, 46, 54, 57, (1786),178; Anne (Ann),363,365; date
59, 61 n, 66; quoted, 4 n, 7 n, 9, 9 n, of arrival at Plymouth, 300 n; number
11 n, 32, 33 n, 36 n, 37 n, 38 n, 39 n, of passengers on, 363; Arundel, 50;
40 n, 41 n, 42 n, 44, 44 n, 48 n, 50 n, Blanford, 73; Cæsar, 177; Centurion,
53 n, 63 n, 89 n, 102 n; Councillor, 54; Dorothy, 102 n; Fortune, 363,
35, 42; death of, 42 n; errors made 365; date of arrival at Plymouth,
by, 38 n, 42 n, 53 n, 63 n-64 n

300 n; number of passengers on, 363;
Samuel (d. 1751), son of Judge Four Sisters, 365; Friendship, 206;
Samuel, 266

Gosport, 53 n; Goyernor Carver, 309;
Stephen (d. 1760), 79, 80

Handmaid, 363; Hector, 245; John,
Seward, William Henry (d. 1872), Fore 131; Kings-Fisher, 7 n; Little James,

fathers' Day oration of, 298 n, 387, 363, 365; date of arrival at Plymouth
390, 390 n

and number of passengers on, 363;
Seymour, ; temporary student at Lively, 86 n; Lusitania, 65; May-
Harvard College, 274, 283

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flower (1620), 361, 362–363, 364, 365,
Benjamin, his song for Forefathers' 372, 373; commemoration of landing
Day, 308, 351 n

from, at Provincetown, 293; chronol-
Rev. Richard, his preaching, first ogy of the various landings from,
in New England, 300 n

297 n; number of passengers on,
Shackelford, Richard, temporary stu 363; Mayflower (1629), voyage to

dent at Harvard College, 278, 284 Massachusetts, 363, 365; Mermaid,
Shattuck, George Otis, 404, 408

64 n, 77, 77 n, 78 n; Miles Standish,
Moses (d. 1801), temporary stu 309; Neptune, 365 n; Nightingale,
dent at Harvard College, 276, 284 80 n, 90 n; Nonsuch, 44; Norwich,
Shaw, professor of music, Boston, 90 n; Patience and Judith, 102;
342

Peregrine, various ships named, 365;
Darius, temporary student at Phænix, 60; Pilgrim, various ships
Harvard College, 278, 284

named, 365, 365 n, 366 n;

Port
Henry Wheeler (Josh Billings), Mahon, 77 n; Race Horse, 83 n;
his sound system of spelling, 372 n Rambler, 365 n; Rippon, 84; Rose,

- John Hayward, son of Rev. Oakes 4 n, 5 n, 11 n, 65; Sea Horse, 66, 67,
(H. C. 1758), temporary student at 68 n; Snake, 365 n; Trial, 174
Harvard College, 278, 284

Shirley, James, 364
William, secretary of Washington, Capt. Washington, 77 n
169, 169 n, 177, 178, 179, 181, 186, Gov. William, 79, 107, 108, 110;
188, 189, 193

commissioned, 1741, 74; sworn, 74-
Rev. William (d. 1816), preaches 76; leaves, 1749, 76; returns, 1753,
Forefathers' Day sermon, 385, 390 77, 77 n; leaves, 1756, 77, 77 n, 78 n

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SHIRLEY (continued)

Smith, Capt. visitor at Mount
William (d. 1755), son of Gov. Vernon, 184
William, 64 n

Aaron, temporary student at Har.
Short, Capt. Richard (d. 1702), 48 vard College, 276, 284
Shove, Rev. George (d. 1687), temporary Daniel (d. 1692), Councillor, 32,

student at Harvard College, 274, 284 35, 42; death of, 42
Shrewsbury, Duke of. See Talbot, J. de Bernière, presents rare broad-
Charles

side to Harvard College Library,
Shrimpton, Samuel (d. 1698), 15 n, 16, 402

17, 24, 32, 33; Councillor, 17, 34, 35, James, 191
37 n, 42; death of, 42 n

Jeremiah (d. 1842), Governor of
Shurtleff, Nathaniel Bradstreet, 393 New Hampshire, temporary student
Shute, Barrington, brother of Gov. at Harvard College, 277, 284
Samuel, 63 n

John (d. 1612), Separatist, at
Gov. Samuel, 53 n, 62 n, 63 n, Amsterdam, 392
93 n, 102 n, 107, 108, 109, 155; com Capt. John (d. 1631), toast in
missioned, 1716, 63, 63 n; arrives honor of, 350
and is sworn, 63-66; leaves sud John (d. 1695), 18, 21, 23
denly, 1723, 66-68; letter in New Richard (d. c. 1692), 31, 32, 33;
England Courant on his action, 67 na Councillor, 34, 35, 42; death of, 42;
68 n; false rumors of his return, 69, will proved, 42 n
69 n-70 n

Thomas, lawyer of Washington,
Sibley, Rev. John Langdon, 130; 166

quoted, 125; errors of, in Harvard Smoking, 239
matters, 125, 128; reference to his Snow, Paul, temporary student at Har-
account of the Catalogues of Har vard College, 277, 284
vard University, 232

Snow, ship belonging to the Massa-
Simpson, Gilbert, 166

chusetts Province, 74
Simsbury, Conn., a frontier town, 253, Snowshoes, ordered by General Court,
268

for use in frontier warfare, 255
Sir Richard. See Rum, Sir Richard Social Circle. See under Concord
Sir Richard Rum. See Rum, Sir Sodomy, law concerning, 1642, 117
Richard

Some Observations upon the French
Skelton, Rev. Samuel, 368, 370

Tongue, 1724. See Le Mercier, Rev.
Slade, Dr. Daniel Denison (d. 1896), Andrew

Somes, Thomas, temporary student at
DENISON ROGERS, A.B., son of Harvard College, 278, 284
Dr. Daniel Denison, communicates Sons of renowned Sires, ode by J. Davis,
letter of J. T. Slade, 156; death of, 307, 309, 332 n
announced, 286, 287

Sons of the Pilgrims, feast of the, 306 n,
Elizabeth (Rogers), wife of Jacob 312, 323, 330, 332, 335, 335 n, 339,
Tilton Slade, marriage of, 158 n

344. See also Forefathers' Day
· Jacob Tilton (d. 1854), 156 n; Sophia, wife of Ernest Augustus, Elec-
letter of, giving an account of Boston tor of Hanover, 75
society in 1817, 156–159; marriage of, South Carolina, neglect of, as to print-
158 n

ing its colonial records, 150 n
Slavery, action concerning, in the Southwell, Sir Robert, his map of New

United States, prior to 1820, 296 England, 114
Slaves, owned by Washington, 166, 185, Southworth, įtemporary student

189, 192, 195, 203; in Massachusetts, at Harvard College, 277, 284
266; in Virginia, 337; use of the Sovereigns of England, 1603–1776, 110
word avoided in United States Con 111
stitution, 337 n

Sparhawk, Nathaniel, temporary stu-
Sloughter, Henry, Governor of New dent at Harvard College, 278, 284
York, 43 n

Sparks, Rev. Jared, 404

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