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ues of, 344, 345; orders Boston at-
tacked, 359, 373; attends Brattle
Street and Trinity in 1789, 387;
Stuart's portrait of, 408; orders
levelling of works on Neck, 426;
uniform of, 429; arms of, 431; en-
try into Boston, 1776, 432. Washington Hall, site of, 430. Washington House, site of, 429. Washington Hotel. See Hall. Washington Market, 426; site of, 429. Washington, Martha, 38. Washington Monument, 278. Washington Place, 288; Gilbert Stu-
art's residence in, 407. Washington Street, 20, 22, 35; (Corn-
hill, Marlborough, Newbury, Or-
ange), 102; great fire of 1787, 416;
narrowness of, 419; named, 420;
extent of, 420. Washington Theatre. See Garden, 313. Washington Village, 23. Wasp, American ship, 280. Watch-house on Beacon Hill, 334. Water, supply of, 22, 23. Water Street, 37; bridge at foot of,
109, 141; description of, 234; Brit-
ish barrack in, 234; trees in, 409. Watertown, 159. Webb, John, 173, 174. Webb, Mr., leaves legacy for Alms-
house, 300. Webster Buildings, 46. Webster, Daniel, 44; law office, 44;
school, 45; anecdotes of, 45, 46, 47;
first office, 79, 82,124,140 ; portrait
in Faneuil Hall, 140, 150, 279;
statue of, 344, 353; Lafayette visits,
365; anecdotes of, 382; receives
Lafayette, 382; defends Powers,
424. Webster, Edward, died, 46, 379. Webster, Ezekiel, 45. Webster, Fletcher, killed, 46. Webster, John White, residence of,
165; execution of, 375, 378. Webster, Redford, residence of, 165. Weekly Rehearsal, 234. Welsh Fusileers at Bunker Hill, 203,
229,285.

Wells, S. A., 141. Wells, William, 38.

Wellfleet, 49.

Welsteed, Rev. William, 336. Wendell, Jacob, 42, 65, 115. Wendell, John, 42.

Wendell, Oliver, 65, 66; residence of,
279. Wentworth, Mrs., 389. Wesley, John, 172. Wesleyan Association Building, site of
Indian Queen, 248. West, Benjamin, 38, 336; Stuart a
pupil of, 408. West Church (Lynde Street), 72, 234;
windmill near, 369; history of, 374,
416. West Boston, 10; windmill at, 199;
Powder House at, 329; defence
of, 362; description of, 369, 370;
streets of, 370; town institutions at,
374. West Boston Bridge, 369. West End, 10.

West Hill, mortar battery on, 325. West Newbury, Franklin's press at,
80.

West, Raphael, 408. West Row, location of, 371. West Roxbury, 23. West, Rev. Samuel, 415. West Street, 10, 93: limit of, the Mall,
306; Haymarket in, 313; Whipping-
Post and Pillory near, 313. Western Avenue (Mill Dam), 25. Westminster Abbey, 32. Wetherle, Joshua, appointed mint-
master, 422. Wetmore, Judge, 403. Wetmore, William, 389. Whalley, General Edward, 55. Wharton and Bowes, shop of, 85. Wheatley, John, 233. Wheatley, Phillis, residence and sketch
of, 233. Wheeler, Benjamin, 66. Wheeler, David, 20. Wheeler, Josiah, 282; builds Hollis
Street Church, 415. Wheeler, Mr., 322.

Wheeler's Point, 25; trees planted on, 409.
Wheelwright's Wharf, British barracks

on, 274, 284, 358.
Whidah (ship), 49.
Whig Club, 269.

Whipping-Post, location of, 92, 313.
Whiston, Mr., 314, 315.
White Horse Tavern, site and sketch

of, 392, 393.
White, Marcy, 206.
White Plains, battle of, 87.
Whitebread Alley. See Harris Street.
Whitefield, Rev. George, 64, 102;

preaches on the Common, 358.
Whiting, William, 74.
Whitman, Zachariah, 416.
Whitmore, W. H., 122.
Whitney, Colonel, 287.
Whittington, Richard, 131.
Whitwell, William, 387.
Wilder, Marshall P., 365.
Wildes, Ephraim, innkeeper, 154.
Wilkes, John, 52, 269, 432.
Willard, Solomon, architect of United States Bank, 94,310; sketch of, 311;architect of Bunker Hill Monument, 312; discovers Bunker Hill Quarry, 312, 337.
William and Mary, 210.
William III., charter of, 209, 237.
Williams College, 120.
Williams Court, 338.
Williams, John, 170.
Williams, John, hanged, 424.
Williams, John D., 420.
Williams, John Foster, 211; died,

211, 264; street named for, 280.
Williams Market, old fortifications

near, 424, 425.
Williams, Major, 203.
Williams Street named, 280. See Mat-
thews Street.
Williamsburg, battle of, 168.
Willis's Lane. See Winter Street.
Wilmington, Mass., 26.
Wilson's Lane, 56; description of, 101.
Wilson, John, 50, 91; estate of, 92,

212.
Wiltshire Street. See Chambers Street.

Windmill, old, 199; one at West Bos-
ton, 199. See Windmill Point. Windmill Hill. See Copp's Hill. Windmill Point, 7; (Wheeler's) 25,
381. Wing's Lane (Elm Street), 102, 126,
145. Winnisimmet, 14, 24; ferry, 68. Winslow, Governor Edward, 40; his
chair, 347. Winslow Blues, 137, 190. Winslow, John, recognizes Warren's
body, 69; store and residence of,
87. Winter Hill, 203. Winter Place, Samuel Adams's house
in, 308. Winter Street, noted residents, 307;Mrs. Dexter's,307; Samuel Adams's,
308; called Blott's, Bannister's, and
Willis's Lane, 308. Winthrop House, site, 318; burnt,
318. Winthrop, John, 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11;chosen selectman, 14,19, 25; burial-
place, 35; portrait, 40, 47, 50, 51;
Anne Hutchinson on trial, 63; at-
tends First Church, 91; invites Lord
Ley to his house, 109 ; journal, 130;
orders ship built at Medford, 178;
company, 202; residence, 225; house
destroyed by British, 225; sketch
of, 225; death, 225; statue of, 226-
234; portraits of, 346, 347 Winthrop, Judge, 39. Winthrop's Marsh, 109. Winthrop Place, 364. Winthrop, Robert C, 57 ; birthplace,
254; residence of, 337; proposes
Franklin statue, 337, 352. Winthrop, sloop, 186. Winthrop, Lieutenant-Governor Thom-
as L., 139,190; residence of, 337;
Lafayette visits, 364 Wirt, William, 82. Woburn, 86.

Wood, original growth of, 10. Wood, William, 6, 16. Woodbridge, Benjamin, 96, 332. Woodbury, Levi,139,185.

Woodmansie's Wharf, 127.
Worcester Spy. See Massachusetts Spy.
Wolfe, General, proposed monument

to, 241, 244, 326, 327. Workhouse in Park Street, 203, 299,

300; occupied by wounded, 300,

359. Wortley, Lord, visits Boston, 341. Wragg, Lieutenant, quarters of, 158. Wren, Sir Christopher, epitaph, 76, 369. Wright, Colonel Isaac Hull, 379.

Wyeth, Mr.,283.

Wyre, Robert, residence of, 171.

Yale College, 72.

Yale, Governor Elihu, 73 ; epitaph, 73.
York (Toronto), Royal Standard cap-
tured at, 106.
Yorktown, Va., 103.
Young, A. B.,113.
Young, Dr. John, 176, 269.
Young, Thomas, 282.

THE END.

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