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Thomas, 54.
Ryall, John, 34.
Rye, 50.

Ryiy,

Jane, petition of, 126.
John, 126.



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Sabadis, 235.

Sabbath breaking prohibited, 82.

Saccardie, Sieur de, 227.

Saco, 11, 71, 91, 102, 103, 139, 263,

270, 271, 278, 280, 282, 331, 344,

412, 427, 431, 440, 444, 445, 513.

Fort at, 411, 440, 441, 442, 445,
447, 506.

Falls, 91, 410, 423, 466.

Falls Fort, 447.

River, 142, 265, 443.
Saffin, Mr.. 387.

Sagadahoc, Indians propose meet-
ing at, 317, 320; mentioned 122,

163, 2.34, 323, 324, 326, 413, 414.
Saguenay River, 422.
Saies, Serj., 342.
St.,

Castine, 341.

Francis, 221.

Francois, 225.

Jean, 223.

Johns, 25, 127, 129, 340, 365-, 366,
404, 405, 449.

Johns River, 373, 374, 379, 380,
403, 404, 405, 452, 454, 473.

Laurent Fleuve, 201.

Lawrence River, 421.

Mallows, 340.

Malo, 340.

Meneval, 193.

Sulpice, Seminaire de, 199.

Tobins, Young, 342.
Salem

Petition of the inhabitants of,
172; proposals of the com-
mittee of the militia of, 302;
mentioned, 108, 109, 117, 160,
306, 367, 376, 425.

Jail, 29.
Sales, St. Francis de, 198.
Salisbury, 108, 246, 249, 250, 254,

256, 260, 282, 302, 513, 517.
Salle, Sieur de la, 193, 203.
Salmon Falls, account of the cap-
ture of, 57; mentioned, 19, 49,

51, 55, 59, 60, 64, 69, 71, 73, 134,

184, 269, 280.
Salt, from the West Indies, 450.



Saltonstall, Col. Nathaniel, letter

of, 247; vote in relation to, 481;

mentioned, 22, 250, 250, 257, 264,
297, 439, 440.
Sam, (Indian) 507, 508, 509.
Sanders,

Elizabeth, 517.

Mary, 517.
Sandy Beach, 296, 326, 517.
Sault, le, 223, 224,229.
Savage, Maj. Thomas, 40, 45, 121,

174, 502.
Savages, see Indians.
Sawmills injure fishing, 306; pe-
tition for liberty to build a, 393,

394, 398; report concerning, 394;

privilege bequeathed to Joseph

Wheelwright, 519.
Sawyer, Lieut. Samuel, 443.
Sayer, William, 502, 503.
Scalps and bounty, 436.
Scarborough, petition of, 331;

mentioned, 3.
Scatacook Indians, 514.
Schenectady, 69, 183, 230.
Schuyler, Peter, 70.
Scituate, 433.
Scotland, (Great Britain) 372, 474,

497. (Maine), 314.
Scott, Robert, deposition of, 36, 38;

mentioned, 41, 44.
Scottow,

Joshua, petition of, on behalf
of Scarborough, 331.

Thomas, .34, 331.
Screven, William, petition of, 397,

398; mentioned, 395.
Seamen, circumstances of those

wounded and sick, 177.
Seignelay, Marquis de, 196, 203,

204, 207, 210, 213.
Selectmen to provide a stock of

ammunition, 176.
Sergent,

Capt. Edward, letter of, 101
mentioned, 91, 443, 444.

John, 342.

Peter, to inquire into demands
of soldiers, 496; report of,
497.
Sewall

Samuel, commission of, 76; in-
structions for, 76; to inquire
into demands of soldiers, 496:
report of, 497; mentioned, 61^
65, 85, 94, 98, 105, 254, 323,
365, 529.

Capt. Stephen, 173, 177, 425,
426.
Sewer, William, 154.
Shackbocker, 129.



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DOCUMENTARY HISTORY



Shaffs, Thomas, 488.

Shapleigli, John, 429, 484.

Shapleys, .Jno., 91.

Shattock, Will, 296.

Shedroke, Capt., 282.

Shemlee, 96.

Shepherd, Samuel, 299, 300.

Sherborn \ Capt. Samuel, 246, 277,

SherburnJ 278, 281, 326.

Shoes wanted, 11.

Shore, Samuel, 160.

Shoreborn, see Sherborn.

Short, Capt. Richard, orders to^
347, 349; to send the sloop
through Corben Sound, 347; not
ordered to return, 348; to supply
Capt. Hatch with men, 349 ; men-
tioned, 400, 401, 403.

Shrimpton, Samuel, 59, 85, 105.

Silke, Pris, 385, 389.

Simons, Mr., 393.

Sloughter, Gov. Henry, letters to,
185, 251, 271, 328; letters of, 230,
235, 237; mentioned, 308.

Small pox, 138, 157, 166, 242.

Smith

Lieut., 109.

John, 37.

John, of Dorchester, 160.

Nicholas, letter of, 114.

Robert, 488.

Smutty Nose Island, 360.

Snell,

Mr., 318, 320.
George, 259.

Snow, Zachariah, 526.

Society of Jesus, 455.

Soldiers that were impressed to
be paid, 20; ill treated at Pema-
quid, 20, 23, 38, 42; supplies sent
to, 23, 28; debentures examined,
24; sent out of the Colony, 28;
payment of those enlisted in ex-
pedition to Nova Scotia, 60; com-
plaint against three, 72; in the
garrisons in 1690, 91; quota to
be furnished by each Colony,
94; quota furnished by the Col-
onies, 94; sent to Casco, 101;
forwarded to York and Wells,
105; drawn from Salisbury, 108;
to be under Capt. Walcott, 109;
rations at Wells, 110; sent near
Pascataqua, 112, 113; to be com-
manded by Wyllys, 113; in need
of clothes, 114; Andross' treat-
ment of, 121, 122, 123; disposed of
a detachment of four hundred,
125; to be commanded by Floyd,
126; one hundred more to be



Soldiers, continued.

raised, 1.35; disposal of, 135, 153;
to be sent to the eastern parts,
136; Plymouth asked to furnish,
137; supplies to be sent to, 154;
debentures given out to, 155;
their needs render them incapa-
ble, 155; small supplies received,
156; need supplies, 157, 283;
deserted, 158; pay of, 159;
part to be called home, 160; all
in Maine and New Hampshire
drawn off, 173; circumstances of
those wounded and sick, 177;
who guarded commissioners de-
sire pay, 239; needed at Wells,
240; to be raised and put
in readiness to go eastward,
243; think themselves wronged,
258; to be disposed by Cap-
tains King and Marsh, 262; in
need of a surgeon, 265, 266, 270,
on the march to Portsmouth,
271 ; to be under the control of
Hill, 273; powder sent to, 284;
supplies and sui'geon sent to,
286; needed at Kittery, 288; ar-
rived at Portsmouth destitute,
288; at Wells, destitute, 295; de-
sire the removal of Cornelius
Creek, 295; in good order at
Portsmouth, 299; order to col-
lect provisions for, 304; people
refuse to pay, 308; needed at
Isle of Shoals, 313; orders con-
cerning the government of, 325;
must be supplied with provis-
ions or they will not remain in
the army, 337; at York in 1694,
397; desired to go to Pemaquid,
413; not to be sent to Albany,
418; posted in Nova Scotia
would bridle the enemy, 449; to
receive debentures, 477; bills for
billiting, 500, .501, 502, 503, 504;
Indians as, .507, 508.
Solomon, (Indian), 34.
Sonoutouan, 206.
Soper, Joseph, allowance to, 497.
Sorel, 225.

Southack, Capt. Cyprian, letter of,
127; instructions to, 339, 379;
mentioned, 84, 85.
Spaniards, the, 205.
Sparke

John, petition of, 47,48.
Roger, jr., 488.
Spencer
John, 34.
William, 92, 243, 288.



INDEX.



553



Spruce Creek, 516, 517.
Spurwink

Destroyed, 105 ; mentioned, 3, 11 ,
91, 101, 102.

River, 1)9.
Stanor, Roger, 333.
Stanton, Benjamin, 488.
Star Island, 355, 358, 359, 360, 361,

367.
Stephens

Lieut. Benjamin, 443.

William. 357.
Sternes, Constable, 109.
Stoddard, Capt. Samson, 365, 366.
Stonington, Conn., 479.
Stons, Daniel, 92.
Storer

Lieut. Joseph, 71, 91, 102, 165,
166, 187, 234, 240, 275, 294, 295,
317, 320, 321, 334, 335.

Jeremiah, 438.

Mrs. Jeremiah, wounded by
Indians, 438.

Samuel, 343.
Stoughton

Gov. John, 514.

Gov. William, commission of, 75,
instructions to, 76, letters of,
412,430, 439,473; mentioned,
85, 94, 98, 142, 233, 345, 346,
413, 414, 417, 419, 420, 423, 426,
429,430, 431, 432, 437, 438, 441,
451, 466, 468, 471, 477, 479, 482,
484,498, 500, 504, 509, 512.
Stover

Elizabeth, petition of, 432; grant
to, 433.

Joseph, 104.
Stow, 513.

Strawberry Bank in need of pro-
visions, 315; mentioned, 115,

133, 290, 298, 302, 338.
Sturgeon Creek, 114, 438.
Sudbury, 34.
Suffolk, 1.58.

County, 113, 177, 179.

Regiment, 98, 106, 135.
Sugars, Gregory, commission for,

79.
Sumersbee, Capt. Henry, 443. 444.
Sunderland I Nathaniel, letter of,
Sunderline i 406; mentioned 404.
Supplies needed at Portsmouth,

441.
Surgeon at Falmouth, 55, one

wanted at Kittery, 431; one

wanted at Portsmouth, 265,

266, 270; more can be found to

go, 268, 269, 270; the lack of one

delayed the expedition to Saco,

270; one to be sent to Saco, 271.



Swain,

Maj. Jeremiah, to visit the gar-
risons, 19; appointed Emerson
as chaplain, 49; mentioned
401.
John, 49, 115.

Swamp fight, 525, 526.

Swanzey, 525.

Swearing prohibited, 13, 82, 381.

Sweat, Lieut., 522.

Swift, Lieut. Thomas, 136.

T

Tadousac, 203, 421.
Tailer, James, 466.
Tallot, 225.
Tantomegon, 234, 235.
Taylor

Edward, deposition of, 35, 38;
mentioned, 40, 41.

Isaac, 41, 44.

Mat., 488.
Testimony of

Curlings, Richard, 44.

Denison, William and Mary,
178.

Graves, Joseph, 34.

Rutter, John, 34, 35.
Thomas, , 404, 405.

Capt., 387.

Solomon, 34, 35.
Thompson, Bartholomew, 73.
Thornton, Timo., 402.
Thorpe, Serj. James, 24, 28, 73.
Three Rivers, 56, 207, 211, 218,

219, 224, 225.
Tickson, Capt., 104.
Tilly, Sieur de, 233.
Titus, servant of Wheelwright,

519.
Tomson

Samuel, 107.

William, petition of, 401; to be
given a bounty, 402.
Tonty, Sieur de, 193.
Topsfield, 282.

Tortudas, 383, 386, 390.

Totman, Elias, 526.

Tower, John, abused by Jordan,

39, 41, 44.
Townsend
Jno., 282.

Capt. Penn, appointed com-
mander-in-chief, 60; appointed
a peace commissioner, 162;
mentioned, 433, 435, 437, 451,
468, 469, 471, 472, 477, 478,
481, 482, 484, 4S5.



554



DOCUMENTARY HISTORY"



Trafton, Thomas, 397, 500, 504.

Trask, Henry, 23.

Travelling expenses of James
Convers, 328.

Treat, Robert, 65.

Treate, Col., 122, 123.

Treaty, instructions to Pike and
Hutchinson concerning, 160, 162;
commissioners appointed, 162;
of November 29, 1690, 164; pro-
posed by Indians, 329; with
Indians, Pike's, report concern-
ing, 420.

Trois Rivieres, 56, 207, 211, 218,
219, 224, 225.

Tucker, Fra., 326, 390.

Turfrey, George, 455, 456, 457, 460,
462, 463.

Turner, Capt. John, 442.

Tutherlys, William, 91.

Tyng, Lt. Col. Edward, 56, 121,
174, 373, 376.

U

Uhan, see Vaughan.

United Colonies, 63, 122,

Usher, John, letter of, 131, 132;
mentioned, 238, 386, 387, 390,
391, 393, 435, 439, 445, 446.



Varenne, Sieur de., 211.
Vaudreuil, M. de, 210, 215.
Vaughan, Maj. William, letters of,
51, 57, 59, 99, 115, 1.55, 243, 248.

249, 257, 2.59, 265, 270, 280, 288,

292, 298, 303, 326, 327, 342; to
take chief command, 153; men-
tioned, 16, 71, 101, 102, 103, 104,
112, 1.39, 160, 233, 244, 246, 248,

250, 251, 2.54, 255, 2.58, 263, 266,
267,269, 277, 278, 279, 283, 286,

293, 317, 320, 362, 367, 382, 442.
Vessels,

Arundel, 453, 454.

Ben Bagway, 341.

Conception, 348.

Hannah and Mary, 332.

Hopewell, 372.

Mary, 5, 6, 7, 37, 45, 84, 85, 121,
159, 162, 323, 349, 378,380,383,
386, 387, 389, 390, 400, 401, 411,
413, 414.

Newport Galley, 448, 452, 464.

Nonsuch, 347, 348, 349, 400, 403.

Oxford, 4.53.

Pellecan, 141.

Rose, 134, 135.

Sea Rover, 80.



Vessels, continued.

Six Friends, 79, 80, 85.

Sorlings, 448, 452, 453, 475.

Supply, 365, 366, 372, 373.

Swan, 80, 291, 348.

Tryal, 421.

William and Mary, 339, 379.
Vie, Jno., 282.

Villebon | Sieur de, 209, 212, 227,
Vellebou j 374.
Virginia, 3, 52, 77, 86, 187, 207,

236.
Voss, Capt. Thomas, 179.
Vote

in favor of Rolfe, Benjamin, 46.

in relation to Col. Saltonstall
and Capt. Chubb, 481.



w:

■ , 282.



Waimouth, -

Wainwright ) Capt. Francis, letter
Weinright /to, 355; mentioned
341, 357, 359, 361, 369, 441, 443.
Walcott

Capt., 109.

John, 109.
Walden, Mr., 442.
Waldron

Mr., 257.

Maj., 1, 2.
Walker, Samuel, 34.

Wallace, , 8.

Walley, Maj. John, 16, 94, 365,

366, 397, 412, 433, 446, 447, 502,

.503, 504, 508, 509.
Walten ) Capt., 388, 389, 444, 445,
Walton ( 446.

Henry, 488.

Capt. Sydrick, 402.
Walumbee )

Walumber [ 162, 165, 166, 234.
Warumbee )
Warner, Ensign Daniel, released,

137.
Warren,

James, 484,492,499.

Richard, 73.
Waters,

Capt. Sampson, 375.

Thomas, 412.
Watertown, militia of, impressed

John Hammond, 330.
Watombamet, 165.
Webb, Capt. Thomas, 179.
Weber, Samuel, 91.
Weems, Capt. James, petition of,

answered, 179, 180; petition of,

180, 485; to take command at

Pemaquid, 487; men under his

command, 488; certilicate of, 488;



INDEX.



555



Weems, Capt. James, continued,
account of pay and disburse-
ment, 488; to be paid, 489; men-
tioned, 20,45, 121, 486, 487, 521,
522.

Welch,
Capt, 106.
John, letter of, 403.

Wellcom, Richard, 31.3.

Wells, all destroyed to the east-
ward of, 105; will be deserted
unless reenforced, 105, 108;
soldiers sent to, 105, 113, 115;
Wood, commissary at, 110; Wyl-
lys to be in command at, 112,
113; number of soldiers to re-
main at, 160; place of treaty
not to be within the bounds of,
160, 163; Warumbee and others
come to, to treat for peace, 162,
170; Indians ordered to meet at,
165; Indians return to, 186; the
commissioners to meet at, 231,
239; instructions of commission-
ers to meet at, 231 ; agreement
with Indians at, 233; Indians
delay coming to arrange the
peace, 240; French and Indians
appear at, 1691,244; reason for
the attack upon, 244; saved by
the reenforcements, 245, 247;
account of the overtures at, 251 ;
enemy continue near, 2.55, 257;
the frontier town, 1691, 274;
King or March to go to, 286,
288; soldiers and supplies need-
ed at, 294, 295, 303, 316, 318;
number of soldiers at 319; people
probably will desert, 320; Indi-
ans about, 334, 335, 344; dis-
tressed condition of, 342; peti-
tion of, 342, 395; French intend
to attack, 347; desires assistance
in sustaining a minister, 396;
tax abated, 401 ; feared an attack,
440; desires taxes remitted,
471; mentioned, 14, 23, 71,91, 92,
102, 104, 110, 115, 125, 139, 156,
234, 239, 260, 273, 274, 276, 289,
294, 315, 316, 331, 336, 337, 393,
394, 395, 399, 410, 424, 438, 440,
441, 495, 501, 502, 510, 513, 518,
519, 520, 522.

Wenham, 160, 495, 527.

Wenigance, 495.

Wesombonet ) .^« „q( oqs;

Wesumbemt } 1^^' ^^'^^ ^35,

Wessels, Maj. Derick, 70.

Wesson, , 160.

West Indies, 242, 450.



Westfield, 513.

Wharf, McKellum's or Foster's,

400.
Wheat, 50.

Wheeler, Joseph, 288.
Wheelwright,
Mr., 315.

Hannah Parsons, 519, 520.
Mrs. Hester, 518, 519, 520.
Joseph, 518, 519, 520.
John, petitions of, 393,395, 396,
398; desired liberty to cut tim-
ber, 398; liberty granted to,
399; mentioned, 91, 104, 240,
275, 295, 518, 519, 520.
Mary, 518, 519, 520.
Samuel, letter of, 103; appointed
a peace commissioner, 162; pe-
tition of (in behalf of Wells),
471; petition of, 484; desired
remuneration, 484; mentioned,
92, 102, 158, 164, 187, 240, 275,
295, 303, 317, 319, 343, 513,
518.
White
Hills, 514.
Nathaniel, 95, 281.
Whitehall, 133, 354, 489.
Whiticker, Jacob, deposition of,

20, 22.
Wicom, Capt. Daniel, letter of,

239.
Wiggins, Andrew, 249.
Wight, Benjamin, 54.
Wilkington", Capt., 242.
Wilkinson, Thomas, 283, 287.
Will of Wheelwright, Samuel,

518.
Willard, Capt. Simon, commission
to, 11; instructions to, 12; letter
to governor and council, 14;
about to visit Boston, 95; men-
tioned, 3, 48,91,122.
Willcott, William, de position of,

36.
Willey \ Capt. Edward, petition of,
Willy i as attorney, 332, 333;
instructions to, 351 ; letters' of,
355, 358, 367; letter to, 369;
mentioned, 371, 372.
William III., 47, 76, 78, 82, 118,
146, 147, 162, 179, 191, 226, 233,
235, 278, 305, 306, 332, 345, 349,
372, 474, 497.
William and Mary, 12.
Williams

Christian, 382.
Louis, 382.
William, 72, 73.
Willis, , 485.



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DOCUMENTARY HISTORY



Willson, Thomas, 296.

Wilson,

Lieut. John, 327, 338.
Joseph. 91.

Winagants, 512 .

Wincoll, Capt. John, 51, 64, 71.

Wing, John, petition of, 493.

Winnegance, 527.

Winnepesaukee, 165, 382, 407, 514,

Winslow, Lieut. Samuel, deposi-
tion of, 279; mentioned, 265, 266,
268, 277.

Winter Harbor, 91.

Winter Harbor Neck, 91.

Winthrington, Capt., 55.

Winthrop,
Adam, 302,
Gen. Fitz John, 59, 97, 111, 2.39.

^;!''^^!;}Capt., 116, 12.5, 13.3.
Wizwell I ^ '

Noah, commission to, 88.

Woburn, 327, 468, 505.

Wollcom, Richard, 365.

Wonnalansett, 376.

Wood

James, instructions for, as com-
missary, 110.
Susanna, 516.

Woodbridge, Justice, 29.

Woodman, Capt., 115.

Woollson, Thomas, 54.

Worambo, 139.

Wormall, Capt., 92.

Wormewood, Capt., 502.

Wottouoomun, 376.

Wrenham, 117.

Wrifard, John, 34.

Wyllys, Capt. Edward, to be com-
mander of the forces, 112; in-



Wyllys, Capt. Edward, continued,
structions to, 113; mentioned,
156, 157,



Yarmouth, Mass., 416.

Yerington, Peter, 158,

Yold, Nathan, 94.

York,
soldiers sent to, 105; attack
on, 310, 311, 312, 314, 316, 317,
320,321, 326; famine in, 314;
garrisons at, 318, 320; number
of Indians at; 326; people of,
. harassed by Indians, 343; de-
sires assistance in sustaining
a minister, 396; soldiers at, in
1694, 397; desired rebatement
of taxes, 427; mentioned,
58, 91, 92, 93, 99, 101, 105, 106,
113, 125, 1.34, 153, 162, 235, 244,
255. 257, 258, 259, 264, 266, 288,
289; 319, 322, 326, 328, 335,336,
337, 338, 412, 424, 426, 429, 430,
438, 441, 444, 478, 500, 501, 502,
504, 513, 516, 517, 528, 529, 530,
.531.
Bridge, 334.

County, desires a superior court,
395 ;"^tax abated, 401 ; grant to,
417; mentioned, 383, 393,420,
434,471, 484, 497, 518,528.

Young, Rowland, 338, 429.



fier, 296.

geral, John, 296.



John, 34.
Phillip, 313.
Robert, 517.



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