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Speakman, Thomas, temporary student Stetson, Rev. Seth (d. 1867), preaches
at Harvard College, 276, 284

Forefathers' Day sermon, 386, 390
Spear, Thomas (d. 1723), temporary Steuart, Capt. George (d. 1741), 241,

student at Harvard College, 275, 241 n
284

- Sir John (H. C. 1734), son of Capt.
Spintext, pseudonym, criticises Fore) George, 241 n.

fathers' Day celebration in Boston, Stevens, Joseph, temporary student at
1802, 338-339

| Harvard College, 278, 284
Spooner, Allen Crocker (d. 1853), gives Stewart, Richardson, an officer of the

Forefathers' Day address, 387, 390 Potomac Company, 183, 191, 191 n
- Zilpha H., reference to her Poems Stickney, Jonathan, temporary student
of the Pilgrims, 351 n

at Harvard College, 277, 284
Spragg (Sprag, Spragge), John, Secre Stiles, Rev. Ezra, President of Yale

tary of New York, 12 n, 43 n; 1 College, 370; quoted, on wanderings
Councillor, 35, 42; sketch of, 42 n-1 of the regicides Whalley and Goffe,
43 n

366 n-367 n
Sprague, temporary student at Stinson, David, temporary student at
Harvard College, 276, 284

Harvard College, 277, 284
- John, Secretary of New York. Stith, Col. Robert, guest of Washing-
See Spragg, John

ton, 173, 174
- John, temporary student at Har- Stoddard, John, temporary student at
vard College, 278, 284

Harvard College, 276, 284
- Peleg (d. 1880), 373 n; gives Fore - Richard, temporary student at
fathers' Day address, 387, 390

Harvard College, 276, 284
- Richard (d. 1703), 18, 24

- Rev. Solomon (d. 1729), urges use
- Samuel, Secretary of Plymouth of dogs to hunt Indians, 255,256
Colony, 29 n

Stone, Micah, temporary student at
Spraug. See Spragg

Harvard College, 278, 284
Springfield, fortifications at, 260

- Nathaniel, 81
Squanto, an Indian, 342 n, 343 n, 344 n - Samuel, temporary student at
Standish, Miles (d. 1656), 327, 332, Harvard College, 275, 284

341 n, 342 n, 346, 297 n; toasts in - - William Leete (d. 1844), quoted,
honor of, 300, 313, 324

371-372
Standish Guards. See under Plymouth Storrs, Rev. Richard Salter (d. 1873),
Stanhope, Rev. George, Dean of Can-l preaches Forefathers' Day sermon,
terbury, 221 n

386, 390
- James, first Earl Stanhope, 154 Story, Bradstreet, son of Rev. Isaac
- Mary, daughter of Rev. George. | (d. 1816), 278, 284, 285 n. See also
See Burnet

Bradstreet, Dudley Story
Staniford, John, temporary student at William, son of Rev. Isaac (d.
Harvard College, 275, 284

1816), temporary student at Harvard
Stanley, - temporary student at College, 278, 284
Harvard College, 277, 284

Stoughton, Israel (d. 1644), Overseer of
Stansbury, Capt. Howard, quoted, Harvard College, 124, 125

- Lt.-Gov. William, son of Israel
Starr, Ebenezer, temporary student at (d. 1644), 2, 4 n, 13 n, 15 n, 16, 45,
Harvard College, 278, 284

46, 50, 88 n, 98, 106, 108, 109, 110,
Staughton. See Stoughton

361 n; appointed Deputy-President,
Stealing of human beings, law concern 1686, 6, 6 n, 7; Councillor, 17, 30,
ing, 1642, 118

32, 35, 43; named for Deputy-
Stearns, Samuel, 239

Governor, 1691, 35 n; Acting-Gov-
Steel, Samuel, temporary student at ernor, 48, 49, 50, 88; oaths, 45–46,
Harvard College, 275, 284

49, 50 n; death of, 50, 50 n, 51, 52;
Stephenson, Hugh, account of Wash Lieut.-Gov., 1692–1701, 88, 88 n;
ington with, 166

chosen agent of the Colony, 1670, to

353 n

Stoughton (continued)

Tailer, Lt.-Gov. William, 2, 56 1, 59, 60,
go to England, 114; his commission 61, 65, 69 n, 74, 88 n, 90 n-91 n, 931,

as Lieutenant-Governor, 151-152 94, 101, 101 n, 102, 102 n, 106, 107,
Strangers, anecdote about, 239, 242 108, 109, 110; quoted, 62 n;
Strong, Gov. Caleb, 313, 315, 315 n missioned, 1711, 2n, 90, 90 , 91;

Rev. Jonathan (d. 1814), preaches sworn, 90, 91; commissioned, 1715,
Forefathers' Day sermon, 385, 391 61, 62, 71–72, 91, 91 n; sworn, 62,
Stuart, Dr. David, 164; guest of Wash 72, 91; question whether he is Act.
ington, 173, 194, 194 n, 195

ing-Governor, 1715, 61-62,
Eleanor (Calvert) Custis, wife of Acting-Governor, 1715-1716, 62, 71-
Dr. David, 194, 194 n, 195

72, 92, 92 n; death of, 92, 92 n; his
James Francis Edward, the Old first and second commissions
Pretender, 75

Lieutenant-Governor, 151, 152-154
Richardson. See Stewart

Talbot, Charles, Duke of Shrewsbury,
Studely (Studly), Capt. Robert, 91 n 27
Studley, Daniel, 392

Henry Paul, 149
Succotash, 330; recipe for, as made at Talcott, Joseph, Governor of Connecti-

Plymouth, 299 n; toast in honor of, cut, 93 n
315

Talleyrand-Périgord, Charles Maurice
Sudbury, inhabitants of, forbidden to de, Prince de Bénévent, 326 n; toast

remove without authority, 250 referring to, 326
Suffolk County, South Regiment of, 65 Tapin. See Tappan
Sullivan, William (d. 1839), gives Fore Tappan, Jacob, 41 n

fathers' day address, 386, 391 Tarbox, Rev. Increase Niles, quoted,
Sumner, Charles (d. 1874), quoted, on on Pilgrims and Puritans, 380, 383 n;

the Pilgrims, 376; one of several criticism of his position, 383 2.-384 .
speakers at commemoration of de Tawny serpents, Indians so called, 256,
parture of Pilgrims from Delft Haven, 269-270
1853, 387 n, 391

Taxation, troubles concerning, in fron-
Davies, temporary student at Har tier towns, 253 n, 258, 259, 259 r,
vard College, 277, 284

260, 264, 265
Gov. Increase, 313, 313 n; toasts Tayler, 189
in honor of, 311, 325; death of, 332 n Taylor, James, surveyor, his map of

William Hyslop (d. 1861), son of New England, 112, 113, 114
Gov. Increase, 63 n

James (d. 1703), of Reading, 112
Surveyors in colonial New England, Col. William. See Tailer, Lt.-
112-115

Gov. William
Sweetman, Thomas, 134

Temperance, early tracts and sermons
SWIFT, LINDSAY, A.B., speaks on copy on, in New England, 234-240. See

of Winslow's Good Nevves from New also Rum, Sir Richard
England, belonging to the Prince Temple, Sir Richard, Viscount Cobham,
Library, 120-122

93 n
Swinburne, Louis, quoted, on the words Tenderfoot, the word, applied to emi-

pilgrim and tenderfoot, 352 n-353 n grants and cattle, 353 n
Swineoke, , temporary student at Thacher, Dr. James (d. 1814), points

Harvard College, 274, 274 n, 284 out error in date of Forefathers' Day,
Symons, temporary student at 297 n; quoted, on founding of the
Harvard College, 275, 284

Pilgrim Society, 320 n

John (d. c. 1747), son of Rev. Peter

(H. C. 1706), temporary student at
TAFT, Caleb (d. 1756), temporary Harvard College, 276, 284
student at Harvard College, 276, Thayer, Alexander, temporary student
284

at Harvard College, 276, 284
Hon. WILLIAM HOWARD, LL.D., James Bradley, 401
145

Rev. Joseph Henry, 404

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THAYER (continued)

Tory, term of reproach, 377 n
WILLIAM RoscoE, A.M., 149, 287;| Town lands. See Common lands
elected Resident Member, 150; ac-Towne, Peter, 138
cepts, 160

· William, 132
Theft of human beings, law concerning, Townsend, Penn (d. 1727), 18, 24, 57,
1642, 118

59, 66
Thomas, temporary student at Trade and navigation, acts for the en-
Harvard College, 275, 284

couragement and regulation of, oaths
John (d. 1823), 342 n

taken to observe, 6, 8, 48, 49, 50, 54-
Joshua, charter member of Pil 55, 69, 71, 72, 73, 75, 76, 81, 83, 86,
grim Society, 320 n, 321 n

87, 93
Thomason Tracts, 117

Trafalgar, battle of, allusion to, 346 n
Thompson, Edward Kinnecutt, tem- Transilvanus, Filodexter. See Wood-
porary student at Harvard College, bridge, Benjamin
277, 284

Transubstantiation, oath concerning, 46
Thomson, Elihu, 292

Trapier, Benjamin Foissin, temporary
Thorpe, 181

student at Harvard College, 278, 284
Throckmorton, - a guest of Wash- Trask, Israel Eliot, temporary student
ington, 185

at Harvard College, 278, 284
Thursday Lecture, establishment of, in Capt. William, 210

the Dedham Church, 215; present- | Treason, law concerning, 1642, 118
day commemoration of, in the First Treat, Robert, Governor of Connecti-
Church, Boston, 215

cut, Councillor, 34, 35, 43
Thwaites, Capt. Josiah, 102 n

Tripp, George Henry, 292
Reuben Gold, 185 n

Trollet, Michael James, temporary stu-
Tichenor, Isaac, Governor of Vermont, dent at Harvard College, 276, 284
315, 315 n

TROWBRIDGE, John, S.D., 123, 216; on
Tileston, John, portrait of, etc., ex Nominating Committee, 249; pre-
hibited, 155, 156

sents list of candidates, 291
Tillinghast, Caleb Benjamin (d. 1909), re- Trumbull, Jonathan (d. 1809), Governor
lations of, with A. C. Goodell, 395-396 of Connecticut, 313, 313 n, 315

William Hopkins (d. 1913), 218 n, TUCKER, GEORGE Fox, Ph.D., his ac-
227; quoted, concerning L. Langloi count of Paul Cuffee, 1
serie, 226–227

Tudor, William (d. 1819), gives oration
Tilton, Peter (d. 1696), 23

before the Charitable Fire Society,
Tisdale, William, temporary student at 310 n; vice-president at Forefathers'
Harvard College, 276, 284

Day celebration, 340, 341
Toasts, lists of, given at Forefathers' Turnbull, Thomas, temporary student

Day celebrations at Plymouth, 300, at Harvard College, 278, 284
310–311, 313, 315, 316, 322; at | Turner, Capt.

314, 315
Boston, 324-325, 331-333, 337-338, Rev. Charles (d. 1818), preaches
340, 341; at New York, 350; at Forefathers' Day sermon, 1773, 304–

Christmas celebration, Concord, 369 305, 305 n, 385, 391
Tobin, John (d. 1804), his Curfew, 343 n FREDERICK JACKSON, LL.D., 293;
Toping, Kingdom of, 237

his paper on the First Official Frontier
Toppan, Rev. Amos (d. 1771), allowed of the Massachusetts Bay, 249-270;

to keep a French school at Harvard elected President, 291
College, 225 n

Dr. Henry Edward, 38 n
Robert Noxon, 3 n, 5 n, 8 n, 11 n Thomas, temporary student at
Torrey, Rev. Samuel (d. 1707), tem Harvard College, 275, 284

porary student at Harvard College, Tuttle, Charles Wesley, quoted, 37 n
275, 284

JULIUS HERBERT, 144; photo-
Rev. William Turner (d. 1861), graph of early map in John Carter
preaches Forefathers' Day sermon, Brown Library exhibited on behalf
386, 391

of, 111; his paper on Early Manu-

TUTTLE (continued)

Virginia, experiments of, in defending
script Maps of New England, 112 frontier, 252; petition of frontier set-
115, 120; calls attention to manu tlers in, 259 n; first legislative assem-
script relating to Elijah Corlet and bly in, 295; toasts referring to, 337,
Daniel Weld, 140–142; his paper on

339-340
the Rev. J. Phillips, 208–215; on P.

Prudden's Company, 244–248
Tyler, Harry Walter, 292

WACHUSETT, lines from poem be
Tyng, Edward (d. c. 1701), 6 n; Coun ginning, 370 n
cillor, 30, 32, 35, 43

Waddington, Rev. John (d. 1880),
Capt. Edward (d. 1755), son of quoted, on Pilgrims and Puritans, 377
Edward (d. c. 1701), 74

Wadland, —, 10 n
Jonathan (d. 1724), Councillor, 30, Wadsworth, Peleg (d. 1829), 299, 299 n
31 n, 32, 35, 43; death of, 43 n

Recompense (d. 1679), temporary
student at Harvard College, 275, 284

Wages, paid by Washington, 171
UNCAS, Indian chief, 313 Wainwright, John (d. 1708), son of
Unitarianism, 386 n; spread of, prior Francis (H. C. 1686), temporary
to 1820, 296

student at Harvard College, 275, 284
United Fires, the sixteen, 332

John (d. 1739), nephew of Francis
United States, Constitution of, toast in (H. C. 1686), 67

honor of, 325; avoids use of the word Robert Dewar, temporary student
slaves, 337 n

at Harvard College, 278, 284
Upas of Monticello, T. Jefferson so Wakeman, Rev. Samuel (d. 1692), tem-
called, 316

porary student at Harvard College,
Upham, Joshua Nichols (1. 1804), son 274, 284

of James (H. C. 1763), temporary Waldo, Samuel, 81
student at Harvard College, 278, Waldron, William, temporary student
284

at Harvard College, 276, 284
Usher, John (d. 1726), 13 n, 15 n, 206; Wales, Prince of, 56 n, 92 n, 154. See

Councillor, 30, 31 n, 32, 35, 37 n, 43; also George II
death of, 43 n

Walker,

temporary student at
Harvard College, 276, 284

Rev. James (d. 1874), 404
VAN CORTLANDT, Stephen (d. Rev. Zechary (d. 1700), temporary

1700), quoted, 10 n; Councillor, 35, student at Harvard College, 275, 284

38, 42 n, 43 n; death of, 38 n Wallace, -, a visitor at Mount Ver-
Vane, Sir Henry (d. 1662), 381

non, 180, 181, 184
Vanhorne, Abraham, 222 n

Walley, John (d. 1714), 46; Councillor,
Mary, daughter of Abraham. See 32, 35, 43; death of, 43 n
Burnet

Walter, Arthur Maynard (d. 1807), son
Varnum, James Mitchel (d. 1789), tem of Rey. William (H. C. 1756), tem-

porary student at Harvard College, porary student at Harvard College,
277, 284

278, 284
Vaughan, (d. 1725), temporary Rev. Nehemiah (d. 1750), assists
student at Harvard College, 275, 284 Elijah Corlet in his school, 140; his

Elliott (d. 1758), son of George elegy on Corlet, 140
(H. C. 1696), temporary student at Walver, , temporary student at
Harvard College, 275, 284

Harvard College, 274, 285
Vernon, Hon. Caroline, 243 n

Ward, Artemus. See Browne, Charles
James (d. 1727), 51

Farrar
Verplanck, Gulian Crommelin, 336 n Rev. Nathaniel (d. 1652), 264;
Viall, Benjamin (d. 1729), temporary compiles Body of Liberties, 116

student at Harvard College, 275, 284 Samuel (d. 1800), temporary stu-
Vila, James, 337, 338, 339, 341 n

dent at Harvard College, 277, 285

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Ware, Harriet, daughter of Rev. Henry WASHINGTON (continued)
(d. 1845). See Hall

William Augustine, son of Augus-
Rev. Henry (d. 1845), 403-404 tine, 162 n
Capt. John, 206

Waterbury, Conn., a frontier town, 253
Mary Lee, v

Waterhouse, Dr. Benjamin (d. 1846),
THORNTON MARSHALL, A.B., death

302 n
of, announced, 143, 144

David, 16, 24; Councillor, 17
Warfare, methods of, influenced by in- Watertown, church of, attended by set-

tercourse with Indians, 251, 252 tlers of Dedham for some months, 208
Warner, Daniel (d. 1792), temporary Waters-Winthrop map of New England,

student at Harvard College, 278, 115
285

Watson, temporary student at
Warren, Joseph, temporary student at Harvard College, 275, 285
Harvard College, 278, 285

164
Richard (d. c. 1696), 364

Benjamin Marston (d. 1835), son
Hon. WINSLOW, LL.B., 292

of John (d. 1826), 299 n
Warwell, Michael Angelo, 342 n

John (d. 1826), 321, 321 n, 342 n;
Washburn, Artemas (d. 1792), tem charter member of the Pilgrim Som

porary student at Harvard College, ciety, 320 n, 321 n
278, 285

John Fanning, 371
Hon. CHARLES GRENFILL, A.B., William, temporary student at
145; accepts Resident Membership, 1 Harvard College, 277, 285
Washington, Augustine, half-brother of Watts, Samuel, 79, 80
George, 162 m

Webb, Rev. John (d. 1750), 224
Judge Bushrod (d. 1829), son of Joseph, 23
John Augustine, 189, 189 n

Webster, Daniel (d. 1852), references to
Charles, brother of George, 164 n his Forefathers' Day oration, 298 n,
· Frances (Bassett), wife of George 320, 374, 381; wears a shell as a Pil-
Augustine, 168, 168 n, 169, 178, 180, grim badge, at Forefathers' Day ball,
187

328 n; gives Forefathers' Day ora-
George, President, 315, 334, 341, tion, 386, 391
369; Diary of, May-July, 1786, com- Weed, , temporary student at Har-
municated by W. C. Ford, 161; text vard College, 275, 285
of Diary, recording chiefly the Weld, Daniel, of Roxbury, teacher, his
weather, farming operations, and petition for grant of land, 1659, 141;
visitors, at Mount Vernon, 162–205; question regarding his identity, 142
attends meeting of Directors of the John, of Rev. Thomas
Potomac Company, 190–192; toasts (d. 1662), temporary student at
in honor of, 325, 325 n, 333; death of, Harvard College, 274, 285
331

(Welde), Rev. Thomas (d. 1662),
George Augustine, son of Charles, 215; Overseer of Harvard College,
164, 164 n, 167, 169, 176, 178, 181, 124, 125
184, 187, 196, 203

Wellington, Isaac (d. 1796), temporary
Hannah, 185

student at Harvard College, 278, 285
John Augustine, brother of George, WELLS, EDGAR HUIDEKOPER, A.B.,
167, 168, 189 ni

145; transferred to roll of Corre-
Kitty, 185

sponding Members, 143, 288
Lawrence, 169, 195, 196

Rev. Thomas. See Weld
Lawrence, Jr., 195, 196

Wells, Me., frontier town, 252; ap-
Lund, 164, 173, 200, 201

peals for garrison aid, 257
Martha (Dandridge) Custis, wife Wenborne, John, temporary student at
of George, 168, 169

Harvard College, 275, 285
Col. William (d. 1810), 162 n; Wendell, Jacob (d. 1761), 79, 80, 221,
sends shrubs and seeds to Washing 224; dates of baptism and death,
ton, 162, 163

224 n

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