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3.52.

Standysshe, John, killed Wat Tyler, 120.

Starsmore, Sabm, 74.



INDEX.



50.3



store house, at Plymouth, 1C9, 173, 177.
SUjut's Creek, in Proviricetown, 12-i
Strawberry Hill, Watson-B hill called, IhO
bunday, ,n Holland, 47, '.'yii. On Clark's
island, 100. Kept on shore at Ply-
mouth, 177. Refusal of the Pilgrims
to traffick on, IdU.
Supremacy, oath of, 04.
Svvarnps, formerly ponds, 130.
Swan, arrival of the, 2fJ0. Remains 20^
Swan.sey, 2()r<. See Corlutant, Gardners

J^ccli, MaUajjoiset, and .'ilude's Ferni
Synods, at Dort, 47, 424. At Cambrid'cre.
304, 402. At Embden, 422. iNone
among the Separatists, 408.



Tabor, and Taborites, 38.

Tarbes, John, 3:i0.

Taunton river, 20-5. Pestilence on, 200,
2.'J4. Notice of, 200. Country on, 207.

Thacker, Elias, persecuted, 412. Execut-
ed, 'i-Z'l.

Thanksgiving, the first, 231. After a fast,

351.
Theft, Indian punishment of, 3C4.
Thievish Harbour, 148, LOO.
Thompson, David, 3.50.
Thompson's inland, in Boston harbour, 3.51 .
Tilly, Edward, a Pilgrim, 122, 126, 14'J.

Notice of, 1.51.
Tilly, John, a Pilgrim, 149, 151.
Tisquantum. See Snuanto.
Titicut, 20.5, 212.
Tobacco, 18-, 194, 303.
Tokaniahamon, an Indian guide, 21 1, 214.
Corbitant's hostility to, 219. With a '
messenger from Canonicus, 281. i

Toleration, want of, under James I., 21.
Holland reproached for, 23. Applica-
tion for, by agents from Holland, 55, ;
382. Of the Pilgrims towards the
Dutch and French, 388, 392, 393; to-
wards the Scotch, 394 ; towards the"
Presbyterians, 402, 407. Not shown to
evil-doers, 407. See Communion, Pil- ■
grims, Robinson, and Siqiaralists. \

Town brook, in Plymouth, Pilgrims settle
near, 107. Notice of, 172. Mill on, j
172, 352. Crossed to meet Indians, 18J.
Reception of Massasoit at the, ly2. '

Training Green in Plymouth, 108. j

Trees, on Cape Cod. 118. 124, 132. At

Plymouth, 104. In Pokanokel, 207.
Trial, an Indian, 307.
Truro, soil in, 123. Excursions to, 128.
Pond in, 1.30. Second excursion to,
13!). See East harlour.
Turbot, 104.

Tyburn, persons executed at, 437.
Tyler, VVat, killed. 126.



U.



Uncle Sam's hill, in Truro, 1.33.

Lnitftd Provinces, war I>etween Spain and
the, 2.J ; truce between them, 44 Ex-
piration of the truce, 51. See Low
Countries.

Upham, Charles W., Rev., 77.



V.

Vessels, size and character of, 86.

Virginia, colonization of, .5.3, .54. Pilgriras
conclude for, 54, :j83. Settled by Epis-.
copalians, .54. Territr^rial exU-nt of, .54.
Application for religious toleration' in,
55. Oaths for emigrants to, (A. Gov-
ernors of, 09, 70. Blackwells voyage
to, 70. New patent for the northern
part of, 60, 1 01 . Effect of the Plymouth
settlement on, 1^2. Wmslow on the
state of, 278. Indian massacre in, 278,
2X1, 295. Vessels for, at Plymouth,
293. Proclamation as to the govern-
ment of, 485. fiee .Xew England.

Virginia Company, .54. Application of
the Pilgrims to the, .55, 57 ; their cor-
respondence, .58. Courts held by the,
07. Governors and Treasurers of tJ)e,
68. Contentions in the, 09. Patent
obtained from the, 74.



W.

Wachusett mountain. 228.
Walloons, 39, 352, 393.
Walnut trees, 132, 104, 105.
Warnpom. 143.

Wamsutta, son of Massasoit, 194.
Wareharn, conspiracy with the Indians at.
323. '

Warren, in the Pokanokct country, 208.
Warren, Richard, 121, 150. iiis widow

and descendants, 150.
Wassapinewat, 330.

Water of New England, 129; of Ply-
mouth, 105, 100, 107, 2.55.
Watertown, minister of, .398.
Watson, Edward, owner of Clark's island.

100.
Watson's hill, two Indians appear on. 1-0.
Names of, IfcO. Indians again appear
there, 190. Massasoit there, ]'.H).
Weavers, among the Plymoutii settlers, 3.5.
Welcome of Samoset, lf2.
Wellfleet bay, visited, 151, 152, 153.
Wellingsly Brook, in Plymouth, Hv5.
Wessagussett, 78. Subject to the Massa-
chusetts sachem. 227. See H'e i/moulJt .
West, Francis, admiral of New England,
278. ^ '



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INDEX.



Weston, Thomas, agreement with, 78.
Notice of, 78. Inclines to New Eng-
land, 80. Neglects to provide shipping,
85. On a charter, 234. His people at
Weymouth, 276, 2i){). The Sparrow
sent out by, 293. Writes to Mr. Carver,
293. Expedition of his people for corn,
299 ; their return to Weymouth, 303.
His visit and misfortunes, 342. See
Weyinouth.
Weymouth, Captain, carries Indians from

Penobscot, 190.
Weymoutli. or Wessagusset, 78. Charac-
ter of Weston's colony at, 270, 296,
334. Account of the planting of, 290.
Conductof the colonists of, at Plymouth,
297, 300. Indians' complaints respect-
ing, 298, 302, 327. Indian conspiracy
ao-ainst. 310, 323. Expedition against
the Indians of, 327. 331 . Want of pro-
visions at, 328. Too feeble and sick
for defence, 329. Wretched staie of,
332. Execution at, 332. Standish's
arrival there, 336. Carelessness at, 336.
Offer to, from the Pilgrims, 337. Sevim
Indians killed at, 339. Broken up, 341.
See Weston.
Whales, whaling and, 119, 140.
Whitbourne, Richard, Captain, 155.
White, Roger, letters by, to Bradford, 478,

483.
White, Peregrine, 148.
White, William, a Pilgrim, 121 , 143. Death

of, 181,201.
Whitgift, Archbishop, 432.
Wigwams, discovered, 143. Described,
144. InEastham.154. Near Plymouth,
172. Of Nanepashemet. 220.
Wild fowl, at Cape Cod, 119. 137, 139,140.
At Plymouth, 104, 179,229. Time of
the 294.
■ Williams, Roger, 132, 133, 142. 187, 280,
305,317,318, 319, 356, 305, 360, 307.
Prophesying by, at Plymouth, 420.
Williams, Thomas, a Pilgrim, 122. Meets

Massasoit, 192.
Wincob, John, patent taken in the name

of, 75.
Windows, account of, 237.
Winnatuckset brook, source of, 206.
Winslow chair, cut of the, 238.
Winslow, Edward, on John Robinson and
Arminianism, 41. Age of, in 1620. 46.
Reasons by, for removing from Holland,
47. On Thomas Weston, 78. On the
profit from fishing, 81 , 383. In the
third exploring party, 139. On errors,
175, 277. On the Indian language, 183.
On the Indians' use of tobacco, 169. In-
terview of, with Massasoit, 192. A host-
age, 192. Death of his wife, 197, 201.
Married aoain, 201. Probably wrote
the narrative of the journey to Pokano-



ket, 202. In the embassy to Massasoit,
202,204,213. Letter from, 230. Cattle
brought to Plymouth b}"^, 233. His Re-
lation, 209. Notice of, and of his fam-
ily and descendants, 274, 388. His re-
turn to England, 277, 477. On the state
of Virginia, 278. In the second Mas-
sachusetts expedition, 287. Goes to
Monhegan, 293. Second journey of, to
Pokanoket, to visit Massasoit in his
sickness, 313. Indian plot revealed to,
324,320. Lodges with Corbitant, 324.
Returns, 320. His brief Narration of the
true Grounds of the first Planting of
New England, 377, 379, 408. Sent to
England in 1040 to defend the colony
of Massachusetts against Gorton, 379.
Preserves Robinson's Farewell Dis-
course, 399. Works by, 408. On pro-
phesying by, 419.

Winslow, Gilbert, 275.

Winslow, Isaac, 27-5.

Winslow, John, 235, 275.

Winslow, Josiali, on the purchase of the
Indians' lands, 259. Notice of, 275.

Winslow, Kenelm, 27.5.

Winter, the first, at Plymouth, 105, 173.

Winthrop, John, Gov., fleet of, rendez-
vous at Southampton, 89. On a ship-
wreck on Brown's island, 103. On the
Church of England, 398. On the synod
at Cambridge, 402. On Rev. Peter
Hobart, 402. Takes part in religious
services at Plymouth, 419.

Wittuwamat, 310, 338. Killed, 339. Head
of. taken, i342; stuck up, at Plymouth,
343.

Wives of sachems, 361. See Squa, and
■ SqiiaiLs.

Wolstenholme, Sir John, 55, 63, (jQ.

Wolves, alarms from, 155. Encountered,
178.

Wood, Anthony, cited, 59, 432, 439.

Wood, William, 113, 124, 129, 132, 133,
135, 130, 140, 142, 143, 104, 106, 170,
187, 188, 198. 305, 300, 307, 318, 306.

Wood End, on Cape Cod, 118, 119.

Wood-gaile, 129.

Woosamequin, or Massasoit, 245.



Yarmouth, Mattachiest, 216. Corn pro-
cured at, 302, 308. Valor of Standish
at, 309.

Yeardley, Sir George, Governor of Vir-
ginia, 70, 279.



Ziska, John, 33.



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