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the, and anchorage, at Plymoutli, 171.
Seen by Samoset, 182. Returns to
England, 199. No Piljrrim returns in
her, 199. Passengers in the, called old
comers, or forefathers, 352.

Meal, of parched maize, 187. See Indian
Corn.

Medicine men. See Poicoics.

Merchant adventurers, agreement with
the, 81. Smith on the 81. Application
by the, for the Plymouth colonists, 114.
Cushman's allusions to the, 266. Let-
ters received from the, 348. Robinson
on the, 47(i. Prevent Pilgrims from
going to New England, 476, 478.

Merrimack river, settlements on the, 403.

Meyrick, on firelocks and snaphanccs,
15G.

Middlcborough. See Kamaskct.

Mfddleburg, Johnson, preacher at, 424.

Mill, on Town Brook, at Plymouth, 172,
352.

Milman, H. H., Rev., on community of
goods, 84.

Milton, Pilgrims in, 227. See Blue Hills.

Milton, .lohn, cited, 107.

Muhegan river, the Hudson, 368, 369.

63



Monardes, on sassafras, 130.

Monhegan, fishing at, 182, 278, 293.

Winslow goes to, 293. Voyage to, from

We.ston's colony, for provisions, 330.

Part of Weston's company ffo to, 341.

342. i J B }

Mooanam, son of Massasoit, 194.

Morattigon, 183.

Mortality of the Pilgrims, TOO, 111. 148,
168, J69, 181. Table of the, 192. ' Re-
marks on the, 197, 265, 47 1. Robinson
on the, 473. See Indians.

Morton, Gcrfrge, 113. Bradford's Rela-
tion sent to, 175. Letter probably sent
to, 230. Comes out in the Ann, 236,
352, 353.

Morton, Nathaniel, Secretary, Preface by,
3. His New England's Memorial, 4.
Notice of, 6. On the plot to avoid
Hudson's river, 1C2. On Miles Stand-
ish, 126. On Namskeket creek, 155.
On a shipwreck in Plymouth harbour,

163. Dwelt at AVellihgsly Brook, 165.
On Will'am MuHins,lf?l. On the name
Plymouth, 203. On Samuel Fuller, the
physician, 223. On Phinehas Prat, 332.
Preface by, to Bradford's Dialogue, 411 ;
transcribed it, 413. Takes part in pub-
lic worship, 419. On Brewster, and
Bradford's Memorial of him, 461. On
the plotting against Robinson, 477.

Morton, Thomas, on burning underwood,
124. On walnut trees, 132. On grapes,
132. On storing Indian corn, 133. On
Indian canoes, 135. On deer traps, 136.
On wild geese, 140. On ducks, 140.
On planks in Indian graves, 143. On
Indian bowls, 144. On Indian hearse
cloths, 154. On halibut or turbot,

164. On hemp, 1G6. On lions in New
England, 176. On the pestilence among
the Indians, 184. On Indian apparel,
187. On Indian beds, 210. On ale-
wives, 231. On an execution at Wey-
mouth, 332. On Weston's company,
334. Not one of them, 334.

Morton, Thomas, jr., 352.

Mount Hope, residence of Massasoit, 208.

Mourt, G., who he was, 1 13.

Mullins, William, a Pilgrim, 121. Death
of, 181.

Murdock's Pond, in Plymouth, adventure
at, 175.

Muscles, at Cape Cod, 119. At Ply-
mouth, 164, 233, 329. At Weymouth,
329.

Mystic river, discovered by the Pilgrims,
228.



N.



Nacook brook, grant on, 332.



498



INDEX.



Namasket, rviiddleborough, Dermer at,
190, 204. Under Massasoit, 204.
Winslovv and Hopkins at, 204, 205, 212.
Ex{>edition to, 219. Alarm from, 287.
Corn procured at, 305.

Names, influence of, 261. Effect of,
among Christians, 411.

Namskeket creek, in Orleans, 155. Seat
of the Nauset Indians, 2lG.

Nanepashemet, grave of, 154, 227. Wid-
ow of, 225. House of, 22G. Time of
his death, 227.

Nash, Thomas, 85, 488.

Naunton, Sir Robert, friendly to the Pil-
grims, 55, 5G, 382, 383. Carleton's let-
ters to, respecting Brewster, cited, 467.

Nauset, 153. Voyage to, in search of a
boy, 214. Sachem of, 216, 244, 302.
Expedition to, for corn, 302. See East-
ham, and Indians.

Neal, Daniel, in error, 99, 100. On John
Smith, 451. On Brewster, 461.

Nepeof, a sachem, 220.

Neponset, Milton, subject to the Massa-
chusetts sacliem, 227. Sachem of, 232.

Netherlands, the battle-ground of Eu-
rope, 25. See Low Countries.

Nets, want of fishing, 171, 294.

Newbury, church at, 402.

New England, patent for, 80, 101, 184.
Visited and named, 80, 255. Attempts
to settle, 107, 1 12. Abandoned as un-
inhabitable, 112. Grant to the Ply-
mouth Colonists by the President and
Council of, 1 14, 1 16, 234. Water and air
of, 129, 233, 369. First Englishman born
in, 148. Pestilence among the Indians
in, 183, 206, 229, 234, 2.58, 259. Sup-
posed to be an island, 256, 368. Cush-
man on emigration to, 256. Situation,
climate, soil, and productions of, 368.
Unreasonable expectations respecting,
374. Winslow's Narration of the
Grounds of the first Planting of, 377,
379. Measures to establish episcopacy
in, 478. See Jlmcrica, Kennebeck, and
Plymouth.

New England's Memorial, 4.

Newfoundland, on the discovery of, 155.
Separatists banished to, 441.

New Netherlands, 42.

New York, early settlement in, 42.

Nobscusset, Yarmouth, boundary of a
sachemdom, 216.

Nokake, or nokehich, 187. See Indian
Corn.

Nonconformists, harmony of the Separa-
tists and, 3!'8. See Puritans.

North river, in Scituatc, 148.

North Star, known to the Indians, 366.

Novatus, and Novatians, 13.

Nowell, Incrca:^p, 419.

Noyes, Jame.3, Rev., of Newbury, 402.



O.



Oaks, on Cape Cod, 118, 124.

Oaths of Allegiance and Supremacy, 64.

Obbatinewat, a sachem in Massachusetts
Bay, 225. Submission of, 226, 232.
Probably Obbatinua, 232.

Obtakiest,:343,344.

Office, on conjoining civil and ecclesiasti-
cal, 197.

Oiled paper, windows made of, 237.

Old comers, first Pilgrims called, 351.

Old Indian Wear, on Taunton river, 205.

Old Toms hill, in Truro, 135, 139, 147.

Oldmixon, John, errors of, 91, 164.

Opechancanough, a Virginia sachem, 279.

Ordination, remarks on, (i6.

Orleans, seat of Nauset Indians, 216. See
JS'amskeket.



Painter, Thomas, an Anabaptist, whip-
ped, 404,405.

Palfrey, John Gorham, Rev., cited, 77.

Pamet little river, 133, 135.

Pamet river, in Truro, 118, 125. Notices
of, 135. Explored, 139. On settling
at, 146.

Paomet, Cape Cod so called, 204.

Paragon, fate of the, 348, 349.

Parker, Robert, Rev., 436, 439.

Parker, Thomas, Rev., of Newbury, 402.

Partridge, Ralph, Rev , of Duxbury, 394.

Partridges, 137.

Passaconaway, magical power of, 366.

Patents, 80. See James I., JVeio England,
and Pilgrims.

Patu,-cet, Plymouth, 183, 203. Squanto,
the only surviving native of, 190.

Pecksuot, conference of, with Hobbamock,
337. His insolence, 338. Killed, 338.

Peirce, James, cited, 428.

Pemberton, John, Rev., 476.

Penry, John, persecuted, 412. Executed,
427. Unjust charges against, 428.
Tracts by, 428.

Perkins, VVilliam, Rev., 14.

Persecutions. See Mary, and Pilgrims.

Perth Assembly, 395, 467.

Pestilence among the Indians, 183, 206,
229, 234, 258, 259. ^arragansets es-
cape the, 280.

Philip, the sachem, treaty broken by, 194.

Phillips, Georo-e, Rev., of Watertown,
398.

Pierce, John, letter to, 114. Charter ta-
ken in the name of, 116, 234, 296, 348.
Patent surreptitiously obtained by, 234,
349. On Weston's company, 296. His
attempt to come to Plymouth, 348.
Resigns his patent, 349.



INDEX.



499



Pilgrims, used the Geneva Bible, 14. Ori-
gin of the, 19. Form a separate church,
21. Their covenant, 21, 397. Two
churches of the, 22. Persecuted, 23.
Resolve to fiy to the Low Countries,
24. Their first attempt prevented, 26.
Imprisoned, 27. Their second embar-
kation, 28. Arrive in the Low Coun-
tries, 30. Fate of their wives and
children left behind, 3L Result of the
persecution of the, 32. in Amsterdam,
34, 455. In Leyden, 35, 380, 456.
Trades and employments of the, 35.
The number of, 36, 97, 99, 100, 122,
455. Live in peace, 38, 380, 456.
Their credit with the Dutch, 39, 393.
Offers to the, to settle in America or
Zealand, 42,385. Attract the notice of
Cardinal Bentivoglio,43. Reasons and
causes for their removal from Holland,
44, 111, 381. Turn their eyes to Ame-
rica, 48, 381 ; to Guiana, 52. Feelings
of the, towards the Spaniards, 53. Con-
clude for Virginia, 54, 383. Send
agents to England, 55, 57, 58, 59, 382.
Application by, for freedom in religion,
55, 382. Their correspondence with
the Virginia Company, and with their
agents in England, 58, 66. Religious
principles of the, 64, 65, 3S7, 388, 395.
Obtain a patent from the Virginia
Company, 74, 383. Keep a fast, 77,
383. Arrangements of the, for leaving
Holland, 78, 383. Meet with discour-
agements, 81. Their purpose and
views in going to America, 81, 261.
Their agreement with the merchant
adventurers, 81. Did not have all
things in common, 84. Vessel and pi-
lot provided for the, 85, 86. Keep a
fast, 87. Accompanied to Delft-Ha-
ven, 87, 384. Tiie name belongs ex-
clusively to the Plymouth colonists, 8S.
Their departure, 8», 384. At South-
ampton, 89. Parting letters to Carver
and the, 89, 91, 116. Sail, 97. Put
back twice, 98. Plotted against, 99.
Dismiss the Speedwell, fl9. Imputa-
tions on the, 99. Sail again, 100, 117.
Voyage, 100. Descry Cape Cod,' 101,
117, 384. Stand for Hudson's River,
102, 117,385. Put back to Cape Cod
harbour, 102, 103, 117, 385. Charge
against their Captain considered, 102,
138. Nearest plantations to the, 10.5.
Mildness of their first winter, 105, 173.
Grant to, by the President and Council
6f New England, 114, 116, 234. Their
compact, and the signing of it, 116. 120.
E.xaminations by the, 122. Choose
John Carver, governor, 123. First ex-
cursion of the, under Miles Standish,
125. Their first sight of Indians, 127.



At East Harbour, in Truro, 128. At
the Pond, 130, 136. Find Indian corn,
131, 133 ; a kettle, 133. At Old Tom's
hill, in 'i'ruro, 134. At Pamet river,

135. Find canoes, 135; a deer trap,

136. Return, 137. Second expedition
of the, 138. Explore Pamet river, 139.
Return to Hopkins's cliff, 140. Find
more corn, 141 ; Indian graves, 142;
an embalmed body, 142 ; v/igwams, 143.
Return, 145. Propose settling at Pa-
met river, 146. Third expedition of
the, under Captain Standish, 149. At
Billingsgate Point, 151. In Wellfleet,
152. In Eastham, 153. Find an Indian
burying-ground, 1.53; wigwams, 154.
Alarmed by wolves, 155. First en-
counter of, with Indians, 150. Sail
along the coast, 159. On Clark's island,
160. Go on shore, 161. Return to Pro-
vincetown harbour, 162. Sail in the
Mayflower, and arrive in Plymouth
harbour, 163. Conclude to build on the
bank at Plymouth, 167. Fortify Burial
Hill, 168, 169, 181, 295, 335. Cut
timber, 1(39. Lay out house-lots, 170,
173. In want of fish-hooks and nets,
171, 294. Build, 173, 230. Two of
the, lost in the woods, 174. Receive Sa-
moset, 182; with other Indians, 187;
Squanto, 191 ; Massasoit, 191, 231.
Mortality among the, 197, 2G5. Burial
place of the, 199. Not one of the, re-
turn in the Mayflower, 199. Embassy
of the, to Massasoit, at Pokanoket, 202.
Accessions to the, by the Fortune, 235,
280. Put on short allowance, 236.
Their treatment of the Indians, 259.
True to their principles, 260. Unjustly
charged with fanaticism, 273. Menaced
by the Narragansets, 280. Famishinor,
294. Supplied by Captain Jones, 298.
Advice by the, to Weston's colony, 328.
Their wants and means of subsistence,
329. Offer to receive Weston's colony,
337, .342 Aid Weston, 342. Acces-
sions to the, by the Anne and the Lit-
tle James, 352. Old comers or fore-
fathers among the, 3.52. Contributions
by the first, to bring over and support
the others, 385, 482. Not Separatists,
3-i7. Not schismatics, 391. Not ex-
clusionists, 392, 399. Works in vindi-
cation of the, 419. See ^^Tnerica, jXew
England, Phjmnuth, and Robinson.

Pines, on Cape Cod, 118, 124. At Ply-
month, 161.

Pinses, braves, 288. Sachems' council,
323, 359. Killed at Weymouth, 339.
Account of, 359. Procure corn for the
sachems, 362.

Piscataqua, settlement at, commenced,
351.



500



INDEX.



Plague, Squanto on the, 291. See Pestiience.

Plums, at Plj'inouth, 231.

Plutarch, on Cato the younger, 45. On
new marriages, 94.

Plymouth, New England, mildness of the
first winter at, 1U5, 173. Effects of the
settlement at, 122. First offence in, 14!),
J9!). Day ol the landing at, l(Jl. Rock
and place of the landing, IG), ]'J9
Trees and plants of, 1(34, IG-j. Soil of,
Kio. Conclusion to settle there, 1()7;
to fortify Burial Hill, ]G3, 169. Com-
mon house there, 1G9, 173, 177. House
lots laid out in, 170, 173. Mill at, 172,
352. First entry in the records of, 173.
Two men lost from, 174. I'onds
in, 170. Shed built at, for common
goods, 178. Two Indians at, 180. Ar-
tillery planted on the hill at, Ir-l.
Samosct at, lii2. Indian names of, 183,
203, 245. Visit to, by Indians from
Massasoit, 186. Garden seeds sown,
189. Savages appear at, 190. Squanto
there, 190. Massasoit visits, 191,2.59.
Treaty at, with Massasoit, 193, 244', 245.
Brigharn's Digest of the Laws of, 197.
Reelection of Carver as governor of,
197. Mortality and burying-placc at,
197, 199, 473. Mayflower sails from,
199. Death of the governor of, 200.
First marriage and duel in, 201. Origin
of the name, 203. Embassy from, to
Massasoit at Pokanoket, 202. Voyage
from, in search of a lost boy, 21 4. Seven
men only at, 218. Expedition from,
against the Narragansets, 219. The
surgeon and physician at, 222. Voy-
age from, to the Massachusetts, 224.
Arrival of the Fortune at, 235. Things
wanted at, 237. Hilton's Letter on,
250. Ship's company arrive at, from
Damariscove islands, 278. Impaled,
protecting, 285.
the Narra-
Council held at,
Visited by Mas-
sasoit, 290. Second voyage from, to
Massachusetts, 290. Scarcity of provi-
sions there, 290. Arrival of the Spar-
row, 293. Voyage from, to Monhegan,
for provisions, 293. Arrival of the
Charity and the Swan at, 296. Arrival
of the Discovery and Sparrow at, 298.
E.xpeditionsfroin, for corn and to disco-
ver a passage round Cape Cod, 300.
Winslow's second journey from, to Po-
kanoket, 313. Expedition from, against
the Indians at Weymouth, 327. Gene-
ral Court held at, "331. Indian spy ar-
rested at, 335. Reception of part of
^Yeslon's company at, 342. Head set
up at, ,313. Allotment of lands, 34o.
Drought and famine at, 348, 354. The



2^.-



Measures for



Apprehensions tlicre, from



ganscts.



9S.-



287.



Hi. Alarmed, 287.



first fast at, 349. Thanksgiving, 231,
351. Arrival of the Anne and Little
James at, with a list of the passengers,
351, 352. Food for passengers on arriv-
ing at, 353. Climate of, 369. Consul-
tation of, by succeeding colonies, 386.
White on the government at, 483. See
Burial Hill, and Pilgrims.

Plymouth Church, early records of the, 4.
The First Independent or Congrega-
tional, in America, 77. Givers of the
parsonage ground to the, 223.

Plymouth Company, not applied to by the
Pilgrims, 55, 75.

Plymouth harbour, explored, 161. Pil-
grims arrive in, 161, 163. Islands in,
161,163. Fish and fowl in, 164. In-
cludes Kincrston and Duxbury harbours,
164. First'death in, 168.

Plymouth rock, IGl, 199.

Pokanoket, expedition to Massasoit at,
197,202,232. Arrival at, 208. Extent
of the country, 208. A night at, 210,
21 1 . See .Massasoit.

Pollock Rip, 103.

Polyander, John. 43.

Pond and Pond village, in Truro, 130,
136. Great Hollow near, 131.

Popham, John, Lord, Colony of, at Saga-
dahoc, 50, 55, 112, 427. Condemnation
of Puritans by, 427.

Portsmouth, settlement at Little Harbour
in, 351.

Povvows, priests, one sentenced to death,
308. Practices of, among the sick, 317.
With Massasoit, 317. Account of, 357,
366.

Prat, Phinehas, 3'32, 352.

Prayers, habits of the Pilgrims as to, 15G,
167. Brewster on, 469.

Presbyterians, tolerated in New England,
402. See Communion.

Priests. See Potcoics.

Prince, Thomas, in error, 57, 58. On at-
tempts to settle New England, 107.
Error of, as to Barnstable harbour, 1 35.
On a grant to Peregrine White, 148.
Had Bradford's register, 148. On the
respect for Robinson at Ley den, 393.
On Robinson's Farewell Discourse. .399.
On Isaac Robinson, 453. On the differ-
ence in elders, 455.

Prince, Thomas, Gov., arrives in the For-
tune, 235. Marriage of, 470.

Prophesying, the practice of, 419. An-
cient, 420. Liberty of. 421 .

Provincetown harbour. Pilgrims at, 102,
117, 385. Survey and Map of, by Ma-
jor J. D. Graham. 118. Whales and
fish there, 119. Notice of, 120. Land-
ing at, 123. Beach grass planted at,
123. Mayflower sails from, 163. For-
tune puts into, 234. See Cope Cod,



INDEX.



501



Provisions. See Indian Corn, Pilgrims,
and Plymouth.

Punishments, ludiiin, 3G5.

Punkapog, Stoughton, 2"^7.

Puritans, tlie name, 12, 417, 443. Hos-
tility of James 1. to the, 20. See Pil-
grims.



Q.

Quadequina, Massasoit's brother, 191,
232. Presents to, 192. Hostage witli,
192. Reception of, 194. Described,
195. '

Quails, on Cape Cod, 137.



R.



Race Point, Cape Cod, 119.

Raleigh, Sir Walter, on Guiana, 52. On
the law for banishing Separatists, 43G.

Rattlesnake's skin, sent with arrows, 261.
Returned with powder and shot, 283.

Razor shell, 300.

Reynolds, Captain of the Speedwell, 85.
Puts back twice, 98.

Reynolds, John, Rev., 432.

Rhode Island, 281.

Robertson, William, on the removal from
Holland, 48. In error, 84, 100.

Robinson, Isaac, 453.

Robinson, John, Rev., 23. Goes over to
Holland, .34. Removes from Amster-
dam to Leyden, 34. His ministry and
character, 36, 452. Time of his death,
37, 388. Books written by, 40, 400,
454. His Apology, 40, 388, 391. Dis-
putes with Episcopins, 41,392. Age
of, in l(i20, 4(). Correspondence of,
with Edwin Sandys, 58; with Sir
John Wolstenholme, G3. Preaches a
Fast Sermon, 77. Tarries at Leyden,
77, 384. The reason of his not accom-
panying the Pilgrims, 77, 383, 45.^.
Farewell Fast Sermon by, 87, 39G.
His parting letter to John Carver, 89 ;
to the whole company, 91, IIG. Dies
without going to New England, 91,443.
On Standisli, 339. His doctrine of
communion, 3«8. His views of and
regard for the Church of England, 389,
415, 442. His dislike of Episco-
pacy and the Liturgy, 390. Respect
and funeral honors for, at Leyden. 392,
393, 453. Not a rigid Separatist, 400.'
Tlis Treatise on the Church of England
cited, 400. On Church Synods,''4l9.
On prophesying, 422. His answer to
Bernaid, 423. His church a model,
42G.^ On Robert Browne, 442. Brad-
ford's account of, 451. Facts respect- i



ing, 452. Bp. Hall's insinuation re-
specting,453. His intention and desire
to settle at Plymouth, 453, 475, 47G,
477, 479, 482. Letters from, to the
church at Plymouth, 473 ; to Elder
Brewster, 475. Lyford and, 476. Plot-
ting against, 470, 477. On elders, 477.
Last days and death of, 478, 481.

Rock harbour creek, in Orleans, 155.

Roses, at Plymouth, 234.

Rough, Reverend Mr., 442.

Rowland, Thomas, persecuted, 443.

Ruling elders, difference between teach-
ing and, 455,477. Still continued in
Salem, 455. See Elders.



Sabbath. See Simday.

Sachems, account of, and of their families,
;5G0. Executioners of the laws, 365.

Sacrifices, Indian, 358.

Sagadahoc. See Kennebec.

St. Lawrence river, discovered, 243.

Salem, error respecting the church in, 77.
Mission from, to Plymouth, for a phy-
sician, 223, 386. Dutch admitted to
communion at, 393. Ruling elders in,
455. See Endicott, and Higginson.

Samoset, description, and reception of, at
Plymouth, 182. Lodges with Hopkins,
185. Goes to Massasoit, 185, 186.
Returns with others, 186. Remains,
189. Comes again, with Squanto, 190.
Tarries, 195, 19G.

Sanders, John, overseer of Weston's colo-
ny, writes to Plymouth, 327. Bradford
replies to, 330. Voyage by, to Monhe-
gan, 330, 332.

Sandwich, Manomet, boy lost at, 217.
Sachem at, 232. See Cairnacomc.

Sandy Neck, at Barnstable, 159, 212.

Sandys, Sir Edwin, 55, 56, 382. Corres-
pondence of, with Robinson and Brew-
ster, .58. Notice of, 59. Treasurer and
governor of the Virginia Company, 68.
Obno.\ious to James I., 68.

Saquifh, in Plymouth harbour, 160, 164,
287. '

Sassafras, on Cape Cod, IIS. Medicinal
virtues ascribed to, 130. At Plymouth,
164,165.

Savage. James, on Cotton Mather, 30.
On Hampden's visit to ^ew England,
315. On ruling elders, 455.

Savin Hill, in Dorchester, 227.

Savins, on Cape Cod, 124.

Scituate, North river in, 148. Chauncy,

minister of, 405.
Scussett harbour, in Sandwich, 306.
Sea fowls, at Cape Cod, 119. At Ply-
mouth, 164, 229. Time of the, 294.



502



INDEX.



Seals, at Plymouth, 172.

Se-baptist, John Smith the, 451.

Sects, among Christians, 411. See Cotti-
munion.

Self-love, Cushman's discourse on the sin
and danger of, 2C2.

Seneca, voyage of, 104.

Separatists. 'i-i6. Harmony of the Non-
conformists and, 396. Views of, re-
specting the Church of England, 414.
Principles of the. 410, 417. No synods
among the, 41d. On prophesying among
the, 419. Law banishing the, 43ti.
Persecution of the, 437. Treatment of,
in prisons, 437. Excommunicated, 438.
Deprived of their livelrhood, 439. Ban-
ished, 439, 441. Treatment of, by the
prelates, 440. Before Robert Brown,
442. See PUgrims.

Shawmut, sachem of, 232. See Boston.

Sheath fish, 306.

Shellfish, at Plymouth, 294. At Buzzards
Bay, 306.

Shingle Brook, in Plymouth, 165.

Ships, size and character of, .~6.

Sickness, Indian customs in, 317.

Simmons, formerly Syrnonson, 393.

Simonson, Moses, a Pilgrim, 235, 2-36, 393.

Skate, at Plymouth, 164.

Slade's Ferry, in Swansey, 315.

Slany, John, 191.

Smallpox. See Pestilence.

Smith. John. Rev., and his church at Am-
sterdam, 22, 34. 429. Persecuted, 443.
On Johnson and Ainsworth, 445. Brad-
ford's account of, 4.50. Facts respect-
ing him, 451.

Smith, John, Captain, surveys and names
Newr England, 80, 101, 255. On the
merchant adventurers, 81 . On Cape
Cod, 101. On New England water,
129. On Indian flax, 166. Names
Plymouth, 203. Mentions Nauset,
210. On the country of the Massachu-
setts, 226. Isles named by, '351.

Smith, Sir Thomas, account of, 68.

Smith's isles, 2.51 .

Snaphances, 1-56, 157.

Snow's brook, in Eastham, 1.52.

Soil, English and Indian ri^ht to the, 243.

Somer Islands Company, 112

Southampton. 85. Arrival of the Pilgrims
at. 89. Situation of, 89.

Southworth, aids in puVjlic worship, 419.

Sowams, seat of Massasoit, 208.

Spain. See United Provinces.

Sparrow, arrival of the, at Plymouth, 291 ,
293, 2f»8.

Speedwell, 85. Size of the, 80. Unsea-
worthy, 98. Dismissed, 99.

Spooner, Ephrairti, Dea..of Plymouth, 199.

Squa sachem, of the Massachusetts Indi-
ans, 225, 229. Of Matlapuyst, 317.



Squanto, or Tisquantum, history of, 190.
Place in Dorchester, named from, 191.
At Plymouth, 195, 196. In an embassy
to Massasoit, 202. At Pokanoket, 211.
On a voyage in search of a boy, 212.
Sent to Aspinet, 216. Expedition
against the Narragansets to revenge
the supposed murder of, 219. Captured
by Corbitant, 220. Returns to Ply-
mouth, 223. In a voyage to the Mas-
sachusetts, 224. Would plunder the
Massachusetts, 228. Aid from, about
planting Indian corn, 230. Suspicions
as to, 285. Double-dealing of, 289.
Valuable services of, 290. Demanded
by Massasoit, 291. Pilots an expedition
for corn, and to discover a passage round
Cape Cod, 299, 300. Sickness and
death of, 301. Instructs Indians in
English salutations, 305.

Squantum, a promontory in Dorchester,
191, 226. Taken possession of, by
Thompson, 3.51. See Dorchester.

Squaws, modesty of the, 228, 364. Bur-
dens borne by, 305, 311. Treatment
of, at Weymouth, 339, 341. Their tra-
vail, 358. Servitude of, 303. Particu-
lars respecting, 364.

Standish family, 126.

Standish, Miles, Captain, 115. Leader in
an excursion up the Cape, 125. Ac-
count of, 12.5, 338. His coat of mail
and sword, 134. In the third expedi-
tion, 149. Encounters Nauset Indians,
156, 158. Goes in search of Indians at
Plymouth, 171. Death of his wife, 179.
Chosen Captain, 180. Sent to meet In-
dians, 181. Meets Massasoit, 192.
Massasoit's reception of, 194. Marches
acrainst the Narragansets in defence of
Massa.soit,220. In an expedition to the
Massachusetts, 22-5. Secures a messen-
ger from Canonicus, 281. Military pre-
parations of, 284. Sets forward for
Massachusetts, 287. Driven back from
an expedition for corn, 299. Goes to
Eastham, 304. Salutation of, by Aspi-
net, 304. Conduct of, at Varniouth,
308. At Scussett, 309. Treachery
against, 311. Returns, 312. Expedi-
tion of, against the Indians at Wey-
mouth, 326, 327, 331. Arrives at Wey-
mouth, 3:jfj Trade of, with an Indian
spy, 337. Kills Pecksuotin a struggle,
338. Remarks on, by Robinson, Hub-
bard, and Davis, 339. Skirmishes with
Indians, 341. Takes the head of Witu-
wamat, and returns to Plymouth, 342,
343. Effect of his expedition, :^5. Pro-
cures provisions, 350. Second wife of,



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