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Dupiester, Col., 57

Duportail, Chevalier Louis Lebegue,
398, 402

East Guilford, 257
Eaaton, 441



Fire In Philadelphia in 1730, descrip-
tion of, 472
Fire-engine purchased in 1718 of Abra-
ham Bickley, 472
FISHER, 253

Fisher, George Harrison, contributes
Trinity Church, Oxford, Philadel-
phia, 279
Fisher, Jeremiah, 42
Edmunds, Albert J., Selected List of ' Fisher, Will., 87

Naval Matter in the Library of the [ Fitzpatrick, Capt. Richard, Commis-
Hlstorlcal Society of Pennsylvania, j sioner for the exchange of prisoners,
by, 63 1 149



Imlc:



621



ForsTtho, Jo.srph, 345

Port Duqucsnr, r.i?t of Officers Killed

a:iil WoiimU'd near, -iO'J
Fort Herkimer, 410
rort riank. 410
Foit i<t. Dai-id's, SS
yort Schu-jlcr, 40G
Fort Wa^hiui/ton, 276
rOULKE. Hannah. 341
FOULKK, Mary, 341
Koulke, John, M.D., 53
Fouike, Thomas, passenger on the ship

"Kent," 340; mentioned, 341
Fox, George, 214
Francfort. See Ozford
Francis, Sabina, CO
Francis, Touch, 87

Franklin, Benjamin, founds the Uni-
versity of IVansylvania, 12 ; some
letters of correspondents of. 151-
175 ; Samuel Wharton to, 151 ;
Richard Oliver to, 153 ; Edward
Bancroft to, 15S ; David Barclay to,
175 ; Tliomas Bromfield to, 162 ;
William Franklin to, 1C3 ; William
Strahaa to, 105 ; Joseph Priestley
to, 1G9 ; establishes Philadelphia
Library, 2G5, 2G6 ; founds the
American I'hilosopbical Society, 329;
gifts of, to the American Philo-
Bophlcal Society, 332 ; institutions
founded by, 332, 333 ; first Post- i
master of the United States, 333 ; :
mentioned, 1, 4, 337
Fraiiklin, William, to Benjamin Frank-
lin, 163 I
French Creek, 443, 445 i
Friends and their Meeting-IIouses at '
Crosswicks, N. J. by Joseph S. Mid-
dleton, 340
Friends, arrival of, in 1G77-78, 340
Friends' Meeting Records, List of, by
H. E. Wallace, Jr., 249 i
Fullerton, Col. Richard, 52 !
Fulton, Robert, 329

Frye, Gen. Joseph. 399 '

Furley, Benjamin, letter of, to John

Henry Sprogell, 370
Fnrman, Moore, Judge James Burn- !
side to, 120 |

Fussell, Solomon, 476, 477, 479 '

Gadsden, Gen. Christopher, 400 '

Gallo-way, Hon. Samuel, Abraham ■

Lincoln to, CO, 61
Gano, Rev. John, 408
Cans [Gano], Rev. John, 408
Gansewoert, Col. Ptter. 406, 408, 410
Gardner, Col. Charles K., 385, 357
Gardner, Richard, 53



Gates. Gen. Horatio. 397, 309
; Generals of the Continental Line la
the Revolationary War, by Simou
j Gratz, SS5

j Germantown Battle-field Monument
Commis.-ion appointed. 3S0

Gibbons, William, 477
j Gibson, John, 87

j Gibson. John, Col.. 3S8 ; Gen.. 403
j Gllberthorpe, Thomas. 340, 341. ;'42
; GILLIARD, Mary. 505

Gist, Gen. Mordecai. 402
; Glentworch, Dr. George, 442, 444, 445
I Gloria Dei Church, 2S5
I Gloucester Count:/. X. J., Abstracts of
I Records of, by William M. Mervine,
I SO

Glover. Gen. John, 399. 401

Goddard vs. Foscroft, 501
: Godfrey, Thomas. 200

Gouvion. Col., 389

Government of Colonies, 7-11
, Grace. Robert. 260

Graham, Col. Richard, 53

Gratz, Michael, 50

Gratz, Simon, contributes The Gen-
erals of the Continental Line in the
Revolutionary War. 385

Graves, Thomas. 281

Grayson, Col. William, Commissioner
for the exchange of prisoners, 149

Great ileadoic, attack on, 25

Greaton, Gen. John, 402

Greene, John. 342

Greene, Gen. Xathanael, l-i7, 398, 399,
443

Griffitts, Hannah, to Gen. Anthony
Wayne, 109, 110

Growden, J., 205

Guilford, 257

Gummere, Ameli.a Mott, Jame.s Logan
as a Poet, by. 337

Gunby, John, Col., 3SS ; Gen., 403

Haines, Reuben, 470, 477, 479, 480

Hall, Dr. , 441

Hailing, Dr. S.. 444

Hamilton, Col. Alexander. Commis-
sioner for the exchange of prisoners,
149; mentioned, 147

Hancock. John, 444

Hand, Gen. Edward, 399, 401, 413, 414

Hand, Capt., 54

Hannington, Bernard, Richard Hock-
ley to, 312, 321

Harris, James, minister of the Nkhoi-
ites, 76 ; laLors to effect a ucloa
with Friends, 76

HARRISON, James, 214

HARRISON, Phoebe, 218



622



Index.



IIARKISON. lliLhard. 3^1
HARUISON, Uuth. ".41
Harrison, Col. lU^njaruin, 142
Harrison, James, 1.'15, lUS, 210. 224,

Harrison Col. Robert H., Commis.^ioner

for tb? oxchanse of prisoners, 149
Hart, John, entertained by William

Henry, 92
Hartsliorne, Fatter.-ion, 4S1
Hartshorue, William, 477
Haydon, IJenjamin 11., to Col. Cephas

G. Child, r.09
Hazen, Gen. Moses, 402
Heads, John, 47G, 479
HKATH. 214 |

HEATH, Marjrery, 214 I

Heath. Gen. William, 397, 399 |

Henderson, Capt. Matthew, 49 '

HKNIti', Ann, 92 ;

HKNRY. Benjamin West. 93 ;

HF.NRY, Elizabeth, 91 i

HICN'UY. James. 91 i

HKNRY, John, 91
HENRY. John Joseph. 92
HENRY, Mary A.. 91 ;

HENRY. Robert. 91 ':

HENRY, William, 91, 92 !

HENRY, William, Jr., 92
Henry, Ann, portrait of. by West, 92
Fleury, John Joseph, 92 ■,

Henry, W.. 443
Henry, William, Biographical Sketch

of, 91 ; portrait of, by West, 92
Herr. Henry, execution of, 406
Hewes, Moses. 47C. 477
Hill, Henry. 49 i

Hine, Thomas, 476, 477 j

Historical Society of rennsylvania, \
The, origin of, 30 ; mentioned, 331
Hitoer, George, 476, 477 ;

Hobart, Rev. John H., 294 i

Hockley, Richard, Letters from Letter- '
Book of, 30.5-32S. 421-435 ; opinion ,
of, regarding Whitefield, 323; re-,
joices in conversion of John Watson. '
320 j

Hodge, Hugh. 443 j

Hogan, Dennis, 53

Hogun, Gen. James. 402 1

HOLLINSHEAD, Sarah, 503 i

UOOPES, 126. 256, 381 j

Hoopes, Adam, 52 ;

Hoopes, Joshua, 225 i

Hopkinson, Thom.as, 266 ,

Horner, Joseph, 344 I

HORSMAN, Susanna, 341 j

Hough, Margery, 226 |

Hough, Uichard, 223, 226 I

Houston, William Churchill, 50 I



Howe, Lord Richard, 141. 142

Howe. Gen. i:obert. SOS, 400

Howe, Gen. Sir William, movements

of army of. 146; mentioned. 141,

142
Howell, John. 476. 477
Howell, Lt. John. 409
Howie. Rev. Alexaniler, missionary at

White Marsh and Oxford, 200 ; goes

to West Indies. 291
Hoysted. Lt. Frederick William. 49
Hubley. Adam. 49. 53
Huger. Gen. Isaac, 402
HUMPHREYS. James. 505
Humphreys, Rev. John, missionary In

charge of Chester and Oxford, 2S7,

2S8
Humpton, Richard. Col., 3SS ; Gen.,

403
Huntington, Gen. Jedediah, 399, 402
Huston. Alexander, S7, 477
Hutchinson, Dr. James, 53

Indian treaty at Albany, 1743, 20-27
Indians attend Congress, 1776, 145;

mentioned, 2. 3
Inne.^. Col. James, 54
INSKEEP, 255
Irvine. Gen. William, 402

JACKSON, Mrs. Dr.. 505

Jackson, Dr. Hall. 442

Jackson, Henry, Col.. S^S ; Gen.. 403

Jackson. Michael, Col., SSS ; Gen., 403

James, Abel, S7

JANEWAY' [Janney], Margaret, 215

JANEWAY' [Janney], Thomas, 215

JANNEY, 234-237

JANNEY, Abel, 215

JANNEY, Elizabeth. 212

JANNEY, Jacob. 215

JANNEY'. Josenh, 215

JANNEY. Marjory. 215

JANNEY. Thomas, 212, 215

Janney, Abel. 217. 231

Janney, Abel, Jr., 216

Janney. Jacob, grist-mill of, 217 ;
mentioned. 227. 231. 232

Janney, Margery. 233. 234

Janney, Phineas. 227

Janney, Thomas, Provincial Council-
lor, by Miles White. Jr., 212; suf-
ferings of, 213 ; purchases land in
Pennsylvania, 214 ; arrives in
America. 215; settles In Bucks
County. 215. 216 ; land owned by,
216, 217 ; builds mansion, 217 ; will
of. 217, 227. 232 ; hold.> civil offices.
220, 221. 222 ; visits Friends in
England, 226, 22S, 230 ; leaves



lude.r.



Griffith Owon, 22S : dies in Ches-
IiirL-, 230; meutionod. 213. 214

Jefferson, Tliomos, How Informed of
l!iirr"s Conspiracy, by James Morris
Morgan, 56; to Col. C.eorcre Mor?;.in,
57, 5S ; to Mrs. Kath.-irine Duaue
Morgan, 58, 59 : to Thomas Per-
kins, 251 ; President of the Ameri-
can Philosophical Society. 329

JENIIINS, Mary A., 01

Jervls, Charles. 477, 479

JcTvis, Samuel, 477

JONES, Dr. Edward. 2G3

JONES, Martha. 263

Jones, Aquilla. 477

Jones, Col. Charles C, 390

Jones, Dr. Evan. 264

Jones, John, 479

Jones, John, Jr., 266, 47G. 477

Jones, Dr. John, 262, 266

Jordan, John W., contributes P^xrracts
from the Journal of Rev. James
Sproat, 1778, 441 ; contributes Fel-
lowship Fire Company of Philadel-
phia, 472

Journal of Isaac Norris. during a
Trip to Albany in 1745, 20

Justice, John, 49

Kalm, Professor, 1

Keith, George, teachings of, opposed
by Friends, 223, 224 ; to the " S.
P. G." about churches in Pennsyl-
vania, 279, 2S0 ; biographical
sketch of, 283 : Robert Proud on,

283 ; disliked by Quakers. 2S3 : re-
pudiates Quaker doctrines and
takes orders in the Church, 283,

284 ; goes back to England, 284 ;
returns to America, 284 ; men-
tioned, 2S1

Keithians, 284

Kennedy. Dr. Samuel, 442, 443, 444

KENT, 126

Keppele, Uenry, 476. 477, 479

Keyler, Col., mayor of Albany, 25

Eillingicorth, 257

King, Joseph, 476, 477. 479, 480

Kinsey, John, Commissioner to treat
with Indians at Albany, 20 ; men-
tioned, 21, 23, 25, 2S

Kirkbride. Joseph, 226

Knowles. John, 477. 479, 480

KNOX, Col. Koberc. 505

Knox, Gen. Henry, 52, 147, 398, 401

Kosoinszko, Gen. Thaddeus, 403



Lafayette, Marquis de, 398
Lamb, John, Col., 305 : Gea., 403
LAMBERT, Hannah, 26;



L.VMREUT, Thomas. Jr.. 268
Lambert. Thomas. 340. 341, 342. 34,',
Lambert. Maj. William H., deliv.^rs a;i
address on Some I.etter.s of Abrahini
Liucoin before the Historical Society
of Penn.^ylvania. 60 ; contributes
Unpublished Letters of Abraham
Lincoln, 60
' Lancaster, 2S9. 4t2, 444
j Langdale, John, 476. 477, 478
I Lardner, Mrs. John. 294
I Large, Ebenezer. 4 SI
I Latimer, Dr. Henry. 444
I Laumoy, Monsieur do. Col., 388 ; Gen

403
; LAWRENCE. Benjamin, 506
i Lawrence, John, 21

I Lawrence, Thomas, Commissioner to
j treat with Indians at Albany, 20;
i mentioned, 21, 2.'1. 25, 27, 2S, 4v'», 51
Lawrie, James, 344
Learned, Gen. ESc-aeeer, 402
Lee, Gen. Charles, requests a coni\^r-
ence with Congress, 141 ; Dr. Ru.-vh s
' opinion of, 141 ; John Adam.Vs
; opinion of, 141. 142; to Congress,
i 142; mentioned, 397
j Lee, CoK Richard Henry, 132, 136, 140
I Leslie, Capt., 147

' Letter from a Committee of Mer-
chants in Philadelphia to the Com*
niittee of Merchants In London,
; 1769, 84
Letters, Some, of Franklin's Corre-
spondents, 151
Lewis. Gen. Andrew, 400
Lewis, Mordecai. 477, 481
Lewis and Clarke Expedition, Noce-
Books of, pre.sented to the American
Philosophical Society, 329
Lexington, How the News of the Bat-
tle of, reached Philadelphia, 257 ;
fac-simile of the despatch contain-
ing news of the battle of, 258-261
Lincoln, Abraham, Unpublished I^etter.^
of, 60 ; to Uenry O'Connor, 60 ; to
Hon. Samuel Galloway, 60, 61 ; to
Caleb B. Smith, 61; to V.'illiarn
O. Snyder, 62 ; to Gov. Andrew
Curtin, 62
Lincoln, Gen. Benjamin, 398
Lititz, 442, 444
LITTLE. Mary, 405
LITTLE, P. W., 405
Livingston, Peter V. B.. 28
Livingston, I'hilip, Jr., 22, 25
LLOYD. Mary, 20
Lloyd, David, 227

Loan Office affairs discussed in Con-
gre.ss. 133, 134. 142



524



Imh'.r.



LOGAN. James, 20 j

I.OGAX, Sarah. '20

I.ogau, James, .ts n Poet, by Amelia !

-Mott Gummere. o.lT I

London Tavern in 1099, 2rM> I

Losses of the Military and Xaval '

Forces engaged in the War of the'

American Uevolu-ion, 176
Lucas, William, 50 i

Lukens, John, 51, 477, 4*0, 4S1 '■

Lyme, 257

MABUIIY, 511 !

McCIenachan, Rlair. 54 j

McClure, Cant., 417 '•■

McCOOL, 12G '

McCULLOUGU, Eleanor. 505 '

ilcDougall, Gen. Alexander. 39S, 400
McFARLAND, Elizabeth, 405
McFARLAND, John, 405
Mcintosh, Gen. Lachlau. 399, 401, 442

Mcknight, Robert, 505 ;

Majaiaicaga, 413

Major-Generals of Continental army. '
discussion in Congress regarding, '
139 !

ilakefield Toicnship, BucJcs County,',
215, 216 I

Manheim, 444 I

Markoe, Abraham, 54 '

Marshal!, Benjamin, to his wife, de-
scribing battle of Brandywine, 124,
125 ;

Marshall, Christopher, Dr. Rush takes '
tea with, 148 !

Marshall, Dr. , 444

Uassachusett.f, 129, 134
Mathews, George, Col., 390; Gen., 403'
Matlack, Timothy, 477, 470
Maxfiftid [Maxwell], Gen. -\Villlam, 414
Maxwell, William, 401, 414 j

ilayo, John, 54 i

ilease, James, S7 !

Melcher, Col. Isaac. 35 '

Melick, Elizabeth, 147
Mercer, Gen. Hugh, 49, 400
Mervine, William M., contributes Ab-
stracts of Gloucester County, New
Jersey, Records, SO ; Notes from
I/Otters of A-ttorney regarding Sail-
ors of the Revolution, 115; Sundry
Records of Revolutionary Service,
120 I

Middleton, Abel, 344
Middleton, Amos, 344 i

Middleton, Arthur, 142 j

Middleton, Edward, 477 i

Middleton, Joseph S., Friends and
their Meeting-Houses at Crosswicks,
N. J., by, 340



Mifflin. T., S7

Mifflin, Gov. Thomas, John Adams to,

lOS ; General. SOS, 40 j
Military and Naval Forces In the
American Revolution, Losses of, 170

Miller, Capt. Peter, 253

Mitchell, Abram, 470

Mitchell, Dr. S. Weir, contributes His-
torical Notes of Dr. Benjamin Rush,
129

Moderate men. 143

MONTGOMERY, 127

Montgomery. Gen. Richard, 397, 399

Moode, William, 476. 477

Moore, Gen. James, 400

Jloore, John, 281

Moore. Dr. Samuel Preston, 272

Moravian boarding-school for boys,
first, 502

iloravians, couiiection of Rev. George
Whitefield with. 425 ; opinion of
Richard Hockley regarding, 425

Morgan, BenjamJn, 477

Morgan, Gen. Daniel, 402

Morgan, Col. George, invites Aaron
Burr to Morganza, 50 ; opinion of
Burr, 57 ; sympathizes with Burr,
57 ; second of Gen. Conway, 57 ;
Thomas Jefferson to. 57, 58

Morgan,^ Gen. Jacob, 54

Morgan, James, 2SS

Morgan, James Morris, contributes
How President Jefferson was in-
formed of Burr's Conspiracy, 56

ilorgau, Geu. John, cross-examined at
Burr's trial. 56 ; mentioned, 57

Morgan, Dr. John, 276

Morgan, Mrs. Katharine Duaue,
Thomas Jefferson to, 5S, 59

3Iorgan, Thomas, 56

Morris, Col. Anthony, 49, 53

Morris, Caspar, 265

Morris, Capt. E. E., 54

Morris, J., 477

Morris, Gov. Lewis, 269

Morris, Robert, 87

Morris, Samuel, 50, 476, 479

M<jrris, Samuel, Jr., 470, 477, 479

Morris, Thomas, 476, 477, 481

Mott, William. 343

Moultrie. Gen. William, 398, 400

Mount Regale Fishing Company of
Philadelphia, 88

Moylan, Col. Stephen, cash paid regi-
ment in part of their depreciation,
118; Gen., 403

Muhlenberg. Henry M., 54

iluhlenberg. Gen. Peter, 399, 401

Miiller, Max, 329

Murfln, Robert, 342



JndiT.



525



y^Klz in 1760, 118
>!vor, Thomas, 477

Nash, Gen. Fraucis, 401
Naval Matter. Selected List of. la the
Historical Society of PennsylTania,
li.v Albert J. Ednuiuds, G3
XQ::aicih to the Delaware Water Gap

in 174S. 375
Neate, "SVilliam, extract from will of,

S7t>
NEILI). .Tarues, 21tJ
XKILD, Jane. 216
Nr.ILD. John, i:l6
NKlI>n, Judith. 21G
NKiLD, Martha. 2i>i
Neild, John, 21.^, 21G
Neill, Rev. Hush, missionary at Trin-
ity Church, Oxford, 291; reports
to the " S. I'. G." re^'ardiug, 201,
292
Nesbitt, J. M., S7
Neuville, Chevalier do la, <02
Nevill, John. Col., 390 : Gen., 403
Neville, Col. Presley. 57
A'cic Brunswick, 257
Xew Castle, church at, 279 ; men-
tioned, 340
2icw Ergland States, Congress regu-
lates prices in, 1776, 129
yeic Jersey, 134
Xtw Hampshire, 129, 131
Kew Ilaven, 257
yeic Ijondon, 257
A'cir York, 257
Newbie, Edward, 218
Newbie, Mark, 218
Newbold, Caleb, 344

Keictoicn, 418 !

Nicholas, Anthony, 260 '

Nlcholites, The Taking Over of the. by
the Friends, by Henry Downes Cra-
nor, 76 : derivation of name of, 76
Nichols, Joseph, leader of the Nichol- ■

it-es, 76
Nicholson, John, cash paid by, on de- '
preciation certificates of the Penn- '
Bylvania Line, 118
Nicola, Lewis, Col., ,195 ; Gen., 403
Nixon, Gen. John, 52, 400
Noble, Joseph, 476, 477
NORIUS, Isaac, 20
NORRIS, Mary, 20

NORRIS. Sarah, 20 |

Norris, Charles, 21

Norris, Isaac, Journal of, during a |
Trip to Albany in 1745, 20 ; bio- '
graphical sketch of, 20 ; Commis- 1
sioner to treat with Indians at Al- [
bany, 20 ; trustee of the Academy, i



! 273: holds civil offices, 274, 27.5;

j signs "Non-Importation Anick-s."
I 275 ; mentioned, 23, 25. 227

Xorth Atiicrirn, Achenwall's Observa-
tions on. 1767, translated by Josopli
G. Rosengarten, 1; settlements in,
3-5

yorthuviierland Count:/ Militia, Ri-
tion-Pay Roll of. 2r.4

-Voinric/i, 257

Notes and Queries, 109, 218, 371, 4:19

Notes of Travel, 1746-47, 377

O'Connor, ITenry, Abraham Lincoln to
GO

Ogden, Matthias, Col., 590; Gou., 403

Oglethorpe. Gen. James E., operations
of, against St. Augustine. 306

O'Mara, Col. Charles, Commissioner
for the exchange of prisoners, 149

Oldell, Jame.^, 344

Oliver, Richard, to Eenjamin Frank-
lin, 153

Oneqaaya, 412, 413

Otscga Lake, 407, 409

Otto, Dr. P,odo, 441, 444

Oiearja, 413

Owen, Griffith, visits Friends In Eng-
land, 226, 227 ; prepares memorial
to Thomas Jann^^y, 231; mentioned,
213

Oxford. Trinity Chapel at, given by
Quakers, 279 ; Rev. Alexander
Howie reports to the '• S. P. G." re-
garding, 290, 291

Oxford Olcbe, 291

Page, Stephen, 52

Paine, Thomas, entertained by William
Henry, 92

Pancoast, Samuel, 477

Parke. James I'emberton, 372

Parke, Roger, 341

I'ARKER, Alexander, 405

PARKER, Elizabeth, 405

I'ARKER, James, 505

PARKER, Mary, 405

PARKER, Mary Smith. 403

PARKER, Robert, 405

Parker, Lt. Robert, Journal of, con-
tributed by Hon. Thomas R. Bard,
404 ; military record of, 404, 405

Parr, Maj. James, 410

Parsons, Gen. Samuel Holden, SOS,
400

Parsons, William, 26G

Paterson, Gen. John, 399, 401

I'atrick, Fiby, 413

I'ave [Parr J, Maj. Jame.s, 410

I'eale's Museum, 331



526



fndcx.



PEMBEIITON. I'hincas. 21S

PEMHKKTO-V, I'ha-be. 21S

I'c-mberton. Phineas, 214, 2ir>, 219,
222, 224, 220

Peiilngton, Is.iao. 2<'!G

Fenn, John, letter of, 378 : nientionccl,
50

Penn, Letitla, William Penn to, 372

I'ona, Springct, William Penu to, 372

Penn, Thomas. Richard Hockley to,
426, 4oO, 432 ; mentioned, 50

Penn, William, Some Love-Letters of,
29G ; to Hannah Callowhill. 2f»G-
304 ; to Letitia Penn, 372 ; to
Sjji-inget Penn, 372 ; recipe for
dried apples for Anna Callowhill,
373 ; to Anna Cailowhil!, 373 ;
mentioned, 214, 219, 2G3, 2S2

Pennsylvania, rules restricting en-
trance of negroes into, 6 ; Colonial
mannscripts and docnmeuts relating
to, purchased by the Historical So-
ciety of Pennsylvania, 371 ; Com-
mission appointt'd for Preservation
of the Public Records of, 379 ; Sol-
diers of the R^^volution entitled to
Depreciation Pay, 449 ; mentioned,
133, 134

PERKINS. 125, 12G

Perkins, Thomas, Thomas Jefferson to,
251

I'erkins, Capt. Thomas, 125

I'eters, Richard, 49

Peters, Rev. Richard, relations with
Whitefield, 307 ; John Dickinson to,
501

Philadelphia, Letter from a Committee
of Merchants of. to the Committee of
Merchants in London, 1769. 84 ;
Ship Registers for Port of, 172G-
1775, 94, 238, S4G, 4S2 ; effect of
preaching of Whitefield in, 322 :
coaches, landaus, chariots, and four-
wheel chaises in, 1761, with a list of
their owners, 375 ; first fire-engine
purchased by, 472 ; first " great
fire" in, 472 : mentioned. 445

Philadelphia Library, establishment
of, 2GG ; directors of, meet at house
of Nicholas Scull, 206

PIERCE, Margaret, 505

Pilmore, Rev. Joseph, rector of Trin-
ity Church, Oxford, 293

Pinckney, Gen. Charles Cotesworth.
403

PINE, Lazarus, 505

Pittsbv.rg, 56

Pole, Edward, 29, 47

Pole, John, 47G, 477, 478, 479

I'omeroy, Gea. Se^h, 399



Poor, Gen. Enoch. 401, 413, 414. 415

PORTER. Andrew, 405

I'ORTEU, Elizabeth, 405

Porter, Capt. Andrew, 405

Potts, Stacy, 344

I'oweil. Srimuel, 476, 477

Pownal, Reuben. 224

I'ownall, Eleanor, 226

Pratt. Henry, ,".0

Prescott, Gen. Richard, 27G

Preston, Mayor Samuel, recommends
purchase of buckets, hooks, and an
engine, 472

Preston, Widow, 51

I'ricstley. Joseph, to Benjamin Frank-
lin, 169

Piincctoyi, 257

Proctor. Col. Thomas. 413. 414

Proud, Robert, opinion of George
Keith, 283

Pryor, Thomas, 4 77, 481

Public Record-; of Pennsylvania, Com-
mission appointed for the preserva-
tion of, 379

Pulaski, Count, 402

Putnam, Gea. Israel, 397

Pumam. Gen. Rufus, 402

Radnor, Rev. John Clubb in charge of

Welsh congregation at, 287 ; Rev.

Robert V.'eyman, missionary at, 289
Ralston, William, 442
Randolph, Edmund. 52
Read, James. 21, 25
Itrading, 442
Redman, Dr. John, tribute of, to Dr.

Thomas Cadwalader, 277, 278 ;

mentioned. 266. 272
REED, Dennis de Bert, 505
REED. George Washington, 506
REED, Mrs. Joseph. 506
Reed, Gen. James. 400
Reed, Gen. Joseph, 402. 443
Revolutionary Service. Sundry Records

of, contributed by William IL Mer-

vine, 120
Reynell, John. 87
Rhea, John, 87
Rhea, Col. Jonathan, Aaron Bnrr to,

56
Rhode Island. 129
RHYNE, 126
Richo, Thomas. 52
Ridgway, Richard, 223
Rittenhouse, David, entertained by

William Henry, 92 ; mentioned, 50,

51
Kobblns, Isaiah, 344
Roberts, George, ST
Robeson, Peter, 479



Lxlcx.



IJockhill, E.lward. S42, S44

IJockhill, John. L'Tl

Ropers. Dr. .Tolui R. B.. 443

Rosongartpn, Joseph G., Achenv.aU's
Observaiions on Xorth America.
1707, trauslated by, 1 ; contritnites
Address on the American I'hilosophi-
cal Society, 329

ROSS. George. 505

ROSS. Jane, 505

ROSS, Sophia Marion, oCHJ

Ross, Rev. .fJ'neas, 291

Ross, George, 49

Rouarie, Marquis de la, 402

RudLT.an, Andrew, 2S0, 2SG

Rundle, Ann. 52

Riindie, Daniel, 52

RUSH. Anna Amelia, 505

RUSH, Dr. Benjamin, 150

RUSH, John, 150

RUSH, Julia, 150

Rush, Dr. Benjamin. Historical Notes
of, contributed by Dr. S. Weir
Mitchell, 129; dines with Washing-
ton, 147 ; diary cf. during occupa-
tion of I'hiladelphia by the British,
14S ; resigns commission, 149 ; ar-
rives in camp at Valley Forge and
lodges vrith Gen. Poor, 149 ; at New-
town, and sups with the Commis-
sioners, 149 ; ret'irns with Mrs.
Rush to rhiladelphia, 150; occupies
house of Chief-Justice Shippen. 150 ;
on the efliciency of the Medical De-
partment of the army, 248 ; m<^n-
tioned, 54, 132, 133, 135, 138, 139,
141, 329

Rush, Mrs. Benjamin, returns to Phila-
delphia, 150

Russell, Gen. William, 403

Sachse. Jtilius F., 208

Sailors of the Revolution, Sundry
Notes from Letters of Attorney re-
garding, contributed by William M.
Mervine, 115

Et. Augustine, operations of Gen.
James K. Oglethorpe before, 306

St. Clair, Gen. Arthur, 57, 398, 400

St. Luke's Church, Germantoicn, 295

St. Mark's Church, Frankford, 295

St. Peter's Church, 2S1

St. Tammany, Society of Sons of, by
Francis von A. Cabeen, 29 ; meetings
of. In Philadelphia, 31, 37: in Vir-
ginia and North Carolina, 33-35, 40 ;
meeting of. and names of those at-
tending, 1789. 37; 1791, 42; meet-
ings of, in New York, 37. 38, 39, 40.
41; New York Society enterta'ns



Creek Indians. 41. 42: "War In the

Wigwam." 43-40
St. Thomas's, While Mni-ih, 2S1, 29.T
.s'(i/<-m. Xcw Jcr.itu. 340
Satterthwait. Samuel, Jr., 344
Satterthwaite, William, 340
Savage, John, Richard Hockley to,

420
Savery. William, 477, 479
Say. Thomas. 470. 477. 478, 479, 481
Sai'brook, 257
Scfiaefferstotcji, 442
Schcnectadji, description of, 405
Schuyler, Gen. Philip, 397
Schuyler lake, 409, 411
Schuylkill Fishing Company, The, S8
Scott, Gen. Chark-s. 399, 401
Scott, Dr. Moses. 442
Scull, Nicholas, 200
Selden Family Records, 111
Seneca Lake, 418. 419, 420
Sergeant, John, 54
Sergeant, Jonathan Dickinson, 51,

133. 137
Sharswood. George, 476. 477
Shee. Gen. John, 54
Sheets, Rev. George, rector of Trinity

Church, Oxford, 294
Sheldon, Elisha, Col.. 390; Gen., 403
Shemunij, 415

Shepard, William. Col.. 395 ; Geu., 403
Sheriff, Col.. 505
Ship Registers for Port of Phil.idel-

phia. 1720-1775. 94, 238, 340, 482
Shippen, Kdward, 54
Shippen, Joseph. 53
Shippen, Dr. William, 248, 267. 444
Shoemaker, Isaac. Jr., 479
Shoemaker, Jacob, 470, 477, 480
Shoemaker, Jacob, Jr., 470, 477, 478.

479
Shoemaker. Thomas. 477
Shreve. Caleb. 344
Simcock. John, 219, 222
Skirm. Abraham. 344
Slaves, punishment for ill-treatment

of. 6 ; rights of, 6
Small-Pox, inoculation for, first prac-
tised in Philadelphia, 265
Smallwood, Gen. William, 393, 401
SMITH, Mary, 405
SMITH, Samuel, 505
SMITH, William, 405
Smith. Caleb B., Abraham Lincoln to,

61
Smith, Dr. Edgar F., President of the

American Philosophical Society, 331
Smith, J. B., 442
Smith. James, 134
Smith, S. B.. 444



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Index.



Smith, Dr. Wiliiam, 50. 441, 442 443

445
Smith. Rev. Dr. V^'illitiiu. .services of,
in parish oi Trinity Church, Oxford.
292, 293 ; Provost of the College of
I'hiladelphia, 292
Srniili, Rev. "VVilliatii, rector of Trinity

Church, Oxford, 293
Snyder, WilUata O., Abraham Lincoln

to, 62
Society for the Tropafration of the
Gospel in Foroijrn Parts, reports to,
by George Keith and P.ev. Evan
Kvans, 279, 2S0 ; aids churches in
America, 2S2 ; reports to, by Rev.



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