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advice on being consulted in regard
to George Peabody s proposed endow
ment of Museum of American Arche
ology and Ethnology, 500, 501.
Ware, Henry, 514.
Warren, George Washington, President
Bunker Hill Monument Association,
letter to, 536.
Warren, John C., 227.
Warren, Joseph, 294, 306. His words
of presentiment the night before the
Battle of Bunker Hill, 386. His Ora
tion in Old South in 1775, quoted from,
Warren, Charles H., 330.
Warren, Samuel, 346. Extract from
article by him in " Blackwood s Maga
zine " concerning Professor Webster s
trial for murder, 347.
Washburn, Emory, remarks on death
of, at meeting of Massachusetts His
torical Society, 457, 458.
Washington, George, extract from let
ter to Lafayette in transmitting for
Empress Catharine of Russia a vocab
ulary of the various tribes of Ameri
can Indians, 164. At the time of
evacuation of Boston by British
forces, 223, 224. Extract from letter
of Lord Erskine to, 225. Lord
Brougham s remarks concerning, ib.
Extract from his Farewell Address,
236. Portraits of, and their history,
335, 336. Lord Stanhope s tribute to,
in " History of England," 358. Pub
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ence was not the wish of the Colo
Waterston, Rev. Robert C., 62.
Watson, Samuel, remarks on death of,
at meeting of Trustees of Peabody
Education Fund, 475.
Webster, Daniel, 180. Quotation from
speech of, at Two Hundredth Anni
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131. Quotation from his Eulogy on
lives of Adams and Jefferson, 389.
The Address delivered at the unveil
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an orator, 438-440. His pre-eminence
recognized abroad as well as at home,
440. What John Adams wrote of him
after his Discourse at the Landing of
the Pilgrims, ib. Will be remembered
in history as pre-eminently the Ex
pounder and Defender of the Consti
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quaintance with the Constitution, 441.
The immediate and lasting effects of
his Speech in 1830, as Senator from
Massachusetts, 441, 442. James Madi
son s remark concerning the speech,
442. His religious faith and trust,
443, 444. Words which he ordered
inscribed on his tombstone at Marsh-
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offered by him at banquet tendered
him at Niblo s Garden in 1837, 445.
Webster, Noah, 18.
Wednesday Evening Club, Address at
Centennial Commemoration of, 459.
" Weekly News," the, first regular news
paper published in England, 264.
Wells, Rev. Dr. E. M. P., 29.
Wells, Judge John, death of, 340.
Wharton, Francis, author of Treatise on
Conflict of Laws, 231, n.
Whitmore, W. H., 21, 219.
Whittier, quotation from, 210.
Wilberforce, Bishop, remarks on death
of, at meeting of Massachusetts His
torical Society, 260. Circumstances
of his sudden death, ib. The younger
son of William Wilberforce, the re
nowned philanthropist, ib. Nominated
by Sir Robert Peel to Bishopric of
Oxford when hardly forty years old,
261. Translated afterwards to See of
Winchester, ib. His connection with
discovery of Bradford s History of the
Pilgrims, 261, 262.
Wild, General, 229.
Williams, Roger, 114. His contentious
spirit, 123. Bancroft s eulogy of, ib.
Wilson, Henry, remarks on death of, at
meeting of Massachusetts Historical
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Winthrop, Adam, 263. Extracts from
the Commonplace-Book of Manner
and Order of the Execution of Mary,
Queen of the Scots, 182; the Con
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Raleigh, 275; copy of some lines
of Sir Walter Raleigh s poetry, 280 ;
letters of Olympia Morata, 451, 454 ;
the inscription on Olympia Morata s
tombstone, 456. Brief biography of
William Lambarde found written on
fly-leaf of a copy of the " Perambula
tion of Kent " which belonged to, 363.
Winthrop, James, 239.
Winthrop, James Bowdoin, 243, n.
Winthrop, John, 138, 263. Governor of
Massachusetts Colony, his journal of
the first nineteen years of its his
tory, 18. First two volumes of jour
nal printed from an inaccurate copy
in 1790, ib. Third volume, after being
lost for more than sixty years, found
in tower of Old South Church, ib.
Entire journal printed in correct form
in 1825-26, ib.
Winthrop, John, Professor of Natural
Philosophy at Harvard College, 286.
Winthrop, Thomas L., 19G, n.
Wirt, William, 73.
Wood, William, his "New England
Prospect " cited, 225.
Woods, Harriet F., author of " Histori
cal Sketches of Brookline," 220, n.
Woolsey, Dr., quotation from his Ad
dress as President of Evangelical Al
Wyman, Jeffries, 174. Death of, 330.
Valuable character of his services
as Curator of Peabody Museum, 502,
Wythe, George, member from Virginia
of the Continental Congress, 379.
Young, Rev. Dr. Alexander, author of
" Chronicles of Plymouth," 83, 112.
Zerrahn, Carl, 301.
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