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Brinley, Thomas, absentee loyalist,
10.163; confiscated Boston estate,
170.

Brinsmead, Jane [Mrs. Ruddock],
joins church, 4. 299; death, 299.

Brinsmead, Rev. William, death, 1.
155; Sewall's epigram on, 3. 381;
notebook, 4. 298-.301 ; missing vol-
ume, 301; date of ordination, 301;
preaches for Mather (1675, '76), 13.
356, 367, 368.

Brinson, Barefoot, 19. 293.

Brinson, Daniel, of N. J., 19. 293.

Brinson, Frances (Greenland), 19.
293.

Brinton, Daniel G., on the Lenape,
2. 64.

Brisco, Joseph [d. 1657], Wilson's
verses on, 9. 531.

Brisco, Joseph, Boston estate (1703),
1. 319.

Briscoe's Corner, Boston, identity,
1. 319.

Brissot de Warville, Jean P.,
"Amis des Noirs," 2. 310 n.; and
Crevecceur, 20. 58, 60, 63.

Bristol, Pa., inn (1804), 2. 33.

Bristol, R. I.,. in 1801, 4. 125; slave-
Bristol Ferry, R. I., in 1801, 4. 125.

Bristow, David, exile in Amsterdam,
6. 50.

British and American Steam Navi-
gation Company, 7. 35.

British Coffee House, Boston, 10.
38.

British Historical Manuscripts com-
mission, Report on Sackville Papers,
1. 223 ; inconvenience of Reports
for Am. research, 2. 39.

British Museum, Winthrop Papers
sent to, 12. 146.



British Queen, trans-Atlantic steamer

(1840), 17. 35.
Brittain, John, of N. S., 2. 241.
Broad Bay, Me. See Waldoborough.
Broadsides, Tompson's Grammarians

Funeral (1708), 5. 2, 10. 273;

various Boston (1704-07), 6. 172-

174; a carrier's address (1796),

8. 266-267; verses on Merrimac
and Conn, rivers (1720, '21),

9. 7-10; Harvard Commence-
ment theses (1643), 413; (1670),
428; (1687), 17. 58; Conditions
for New-Planters in Territories of
Duke of York (1665), 9. 423; To
the Elders of Mass. (1668), 424;
Mass. thanksgiving procs. (1676),
439; (1692), 493; Thacher's Brief
Rule on Small Pocks, 439; Joy's
Innocency's Complaint (1677), 440;
orders of General Court (1678), 445;
(1674), 12. 401; fast procs. (1678),
9. 445; (1690), 486; (1670), 12.
280; (1689), 282; (1691), 284;
Reasons for Inditement of Duke of
York (1680), 9. 450; proc. on Nar-
ragansett Country (1683), 459; re-
print of London Gazette (1684), 467;
advertisement of Narragansett
proprietors (1686), 469; proc. of
Pres. of N._ Eng. (1686), 471;
poetry on Prince of Orange (1688),
475 ; proc. on invasion of Prince of
Orange (1688), 475; Relation of
Capt. Bull (1689), 480; order for
surpressing Publick Occurrences
(1690), 484; orders for enlisting
men (1690), 484-485; (1696), 17.
45; proc. against disorders (1692),
9. 494; Earthquake, Naples (1695),
504; Mass. proc. on Lords Day
(1699), 517; proc. for arrest of
Jos. Bradish (1699), 518; Watch
for a Wise Man's Observation
(1699), 519; Tompson's elegy on
Gov. Winthrop (1676), 10. 270-
271; Neighbour's Tears (1710), 274;
Christian Covenanting Confession
(1660), 340, 12. 411; Harvard's
appeal (1659), 280; on supplies for
fleet (1667), 280; on rebuilding of
Castle (1673), 281 ; General Courts
Answer Jo Dudley (1686), 281;
declaration of Mass.Conven. (1689),
282 ; on overthrow of Andros,
282-283; order on paper-money
(1690), 283; on Port Royal trade
(1691), 284; ship-clearjince (1692),
284; list of Mass. Council (1697),
284 ; orders on King Philip's War,



60



BROADWATER-BROOKS



401-403; on horse-racing (1677),
403 ; on discharging fire-arms
(1678), 404; on selling arms to
Indians (1681), 405; on current
money (1G82), 406; on rating of
Castle (1683), 407; on Boston
buildings, 407-409 ; proc. on
pirates (1685), 409; verses on
Boston fire (1760), 14. 372;
FAcsiMS. of procs. of Mass.
Council (1715), 15. 327, 351;
explanation by General Court
(1684), 17. 33; proc. on militia
(1701), 52; Harvard graduates
(1682), 58; (to 1700), 63; (to 1674),
68.

Broadwater, Charles, and ratification
of Constitution, 17. 496.

Brock, Robert A., on royal arms in
Va., 4. 250.

Brockenbrough, A. S., and Univ. of
Va. (1819), 14. 397.

Brockway, (?) Abner, death in Am.
army (1775), 7. 401.

Brockwell, Rev. Charles, Pelham's
engraving, 18. 238.

Brodbent, J., Boston exciseman
(1688), 7. 147.

Brodhead, Col. Daniel, 2. 467.

Brodie, David, prize case (1752), 5. 98.

Broke, Sir Philip B. V., fight with
Chesapeake, 1. 374-379.

Bromfield, Edward [1], Boston estate,
1. 320 ; to establish Boston market
(1686), 13. 271; and Council's as-
sumption of control (1715), 15.
343-351; justice of peace (1708),

16. 523.

Bromfield, Edward [2], director of
Merchants' Notes scheme (1733),

17. 189, 196, 205, 208.
Bromfield, Henry, conference on

Port Bill, 10. 85; at Boston dinner
(1776), 103; characterized, 12. 142.

Bromfield, Thomas, mentioned in
Price's letters (1775), 17. 294, 300,
307.

Bromfield Street, early names, 1. 318.

Bromhead, Mrs. Anna, exile in Am-
sterdam, 6. 50.

Bromhead, Hugo, exile in Amster-
dam, 6. 50.

Brook Bridge, Va. (1781), 6. 146.

Brook Farm, Edmund Quincy on,

18. 410.

Brooke, George, Treasurer of Va.,
death, 19. 150.

Brooke, Robert, gubernatorial candi-
dacy (1794), 15. 146; Atty.-Gen.,
156.



Brooke, Stopford W., and Franklin
Fund, 12. 28.

Brookfield, Mass., minister (1795), 3.
51; inn (1760), 4. 388; (1812), 19.
367; in 1777, 6. 89; diary of Eli
Forbes (1762), 7.384-399; Hutch-
inson's defeat (1675), 8. 280, 12.
387; founder, 8. 281.

Brookhaven, L. I., agreement with
Tabacus (1664), 5. 305.

Brookline (Muddy River), Mass.,
Longwood, 2. 412-413, 419-422; lo-
cation of meeting-house (1714), 8.
222, 225; school (1686), 13. 277,
282 ; John Pierce's description
(1817), 19. 424-427.

Brooks, , trouble in Mass. (1636),

1. 240.

Brooks, Abigail B. [Mrs. Adams], 13.
199.

Brooks, Ann G. [Mrs. Frothingham],
10. 509.

Brooks, Benjamin, in Am. army
(1775), 12. 106.

Brooks, Benjamin F., card on Gil-
christ (1860), 14. 85 n.

Brooks, Charles, Master's oration
(1819), 5. 186; in M.H.S. group
picture (1858), 6. 77; reprinted
M.H.S. paper, 223.

Brooks, Charles B., gift to M.H.S.,
19. 168.

Brooks, Charles T., Commencement
part (1832), 5. 209; biog. notes,
209 n., 9. 139 n.; Master's oration
(1835), 5. 215, 215 n. ; (D B K poem
(1845), 9. 139.

Brooks, Charlotte G. [Mrs. Everett],
18. 117.

Brooks, Eben S., school, 1. 327.

Brooks, Dr. Ebenezer, and separation
of Ky., 17. 452.

Brooks, Edward, controversy over
Boott will, 12. 121.

Brooks, Francis, Barbarian Cruelty,
17. 25.

Brooks, Henry M., on Henry Wheat-
land, 9. 293.

Brooks, John, at Fort Dummer
(1724), 6. 366.

Brooks, Gov. John, and Shays's
Rebellion, 1. 303; on Saml.
Jenks, 5. 352; non-consumption
agreement (1786), 8. 497; me-
morials of, 14. 195-197; career,
197.

Brooks, Jonas, in Am. army (1775),
12. 106.

Brooks, Mercy [Mrs. Tufts], J. Q.
Adams on, 16. 328.



BROOKS-BROWN



61



Brooks, Peter, subscription for
M.H.S. building, 3. 291.

Brooks, Peter C. [d. 1880], subscrip-
tion for M.H.S. building, 3. 292;
Everett's father-in-law, 18. 117.

Brooks, Peter C. [H. C. 1852], gift to
M.H.S., 15. 45.

Brooks, Phillips, list of publications
(1883-86), 1. 170, 2. 391, 4. 106;
sermon before Ancient and Hon.
Artillery (1889), 412; M.H.S.
tributes to, 8. 80-90; in M.H.S.,
81; travel in Holy Land, 83-84;
liberalism, 84; at college, 85-86;
incident of failure as teacher, 86-
90; memoir assigned to A. V. G.
Allen, 115; and Martin Brimmer,
10. 594, 595; Henry Lee's char-
acterization, 19. 253.

Brooks, Preston S., assault on Sum-
ner, 20. 543.

Brooks, William, hanged, 12. 97.

Brooks, William Gray, in M.H.S.
group picture (1869), 3. vii.

Brooks, William H., Commencement
part (1827), 5. 196; biog. note,
196 n.

Broome, Samuel, purchases confis-
cated Mass. estates, 10. 168, 178.

Brougham, Henry Peter, baron, and
maps of Northeastern boundary,
3. 362, 367, 368; ignores last royal
veto, 5. 158.

Broughton, , of Conn. (1654), 4.

271.

Broughton, Nicholas, naval expedition
(1775), 1. 17.

Broughton, Thomas, agreement with
John Winthrop (1656) on process
of making salt, 3. 194.

Brown. See also Browne.

Brown, , of Newburyport (1788),

16. 424, 444.

Brown, , of Concord, Mass.

(1776), 6. 79.

Brown, , innkeeper at Scituate

(1779), 6. 124.

Brown, , innkeeper at Wood-
bridge, N. J. (1804), 2. 10, 33.

Brown, , of Edinburgh (1830),

19. 474.

Brown, Captain, in Phips's Quebec
expedition, 15. 307, 311.

Brown, Doctor, at Cherry Valley, 2.
452, 453, 456, 457.

Brown, Lieutenant, on com. on war
expenses (1676), 12. 402.

Brown, Aaron, potash works burned,
1. 311; compensation, 311-312;
census marshal (1790), 4. 136.



Brown, Abishai, orderly book (1775),

5. 450.
Brown, Alexander, elected a corresp.

member M.H.S., 6. 390; Chas.

Deane's services to, 7. 67-69; death

announced, 20. 550.
Brown, Allen, sheriff (1764), 18. 262.
Brown, Andrew, MSS. on Acadia, 4.

100.
Brown, Bartholomew, at Plymouth

anniversary (1820), 10. 395.
Brown, Benjamin, of Salem, commis-
sion of oyer and terminer (1703),

1. 220; on trade com. (1686), 13.

248.
Brown, Benjamin, and R. L boundary

dispute (1731), 19. 29.
Brown, Benjamin, non-consumption

agreement (1786), 8. 497.
Brown, Buckminster, gift to M.H.S.,

7. 315; biog. note, 316.
Brown, Mrs. Buckminster, gifts to

M.H.S., 7. 316, 10. 293.
Brown, Chad, immigrant, 14. 282.
Brown, Clark, biog. note, 3. 45 n.
Brown, Rev. Cotton, ministry at

BrookHne, 19. 427.
Brown, Ensign (?) Ebenezer, in Va.

campaign (1781), 6. 133, 147, 148.
Brown, Elizabeth [Mrs. Langdon], 18.

193.
Brown, Enoch, purchases confiscated

Boston estate, 10. 178; character-
ized, 12. 142._
Brown, Ephraim, in Am. army

(1775), 12. 106.
Brown, George W., MS. on John

Brown, 1. 379.
Brown, Capt. Henry, in campaign of

1760, 5. 356.
Brown, Henry, port, of Edw. Coles,

4. 110.
Brown, Horatio F., at Congress of

Hist. Sciences (1903), 17. 246.
Brown, J. H., of England (1785), 17.

328.
Brown, James, of Brookfield, married

(1762), 7. 396.
Brown, James, suit at Newburyport

(1787), 16. 323-324._
Brown, James, as minister to France,

19. 458.
Brown, Jane (Adriance), 6. 50.
Brown, Jesse, on character of John

Brown, 1. 218. _
Brown, John, exile in Amsterdam

(1610), 6. 50.
Brown, John, of Plymouth Colony,

Atherton Co., 2. 151, 152 ; and R. L

(1049), 3. 257.



62



BROWN-BRUCE



Brown, John, ruling elder at Salem
(1G60), 16. 507; and Quakers, 510.

Brown, John, of Middlesex, justice of
peace (1686), 13. 229.

Brown, Capt. John, (?)of Charlestown
or Woburn (1692), 7. 163.

Brown, Major John, in assault on
Quebec (1775), 2. 293.

Brown, John, killed at Wyoming
(1778), 3. 345.

Brown, John, member of Boston Fire
Club (1768), 10. 38; characterized,
12. 140.

Brown, Rev. John [H. C. 1741], at
ordination of Henry Ware, 16. 336.

Brown, John, of Providence, house
(1789), 16. 456.

Brown, John, of Osawatomie, char-
acter, 1. 182-183, 216, 3. 319;
Pottawatomie Massacre, 1. 182-183,
217-219, 14. 4-7; and Robinson,

I. 183; Harper's Ferry, 183, 219,
14. 8-9; MSS. on, 1. 379, 3. 319;
Sanborn's biog., 2. 122; defence by
H. I. Bowditch, 3. 319; reUcs of,
319, 15. 45; A. A. Lawrence and
trial of, 12. 133; and destruction
of slavery, 14. 2-13; doctrine of
resistance, 4-5; opinion of raid in
North, 9; effect upon South, 10-13.

Brown, John Carter. See John Carter

Brown Library.
Brown, John Mason, gift to M.H.S.,

4. 351.
Brown, John Nicholas, elected a

corresp. member M.H.S., 8. 504;

accepts, 9. 1 ; death announced,

14. 164; M.H.S. tribute to, 281-284.
Brown, Jonathan, non-consumption

agreement (1788), 8. 497.
Brown, Capt. Joseph, and R. L

boundary dispute (1731), 19. 21, 26.
Brown, Joseph, builds church in

Providence, 3. 43 n.
Brown, M. Lamont, gift to M.H.S.

II. 333.

Brown, Mary (Beacon), marriage, 7.
396.

Brown, Nicholas, improvements
(1795), 3. 43; biog. note, 43 n.

Brown, Peter A., candidacy (1808),
20. 311.

Brown, Rev. Richard, 18. 193.

Brown, Robert, guest of Old Colony
Club, 3. 397.

Brown, Sally, port., 16. 146.

Brown, Lieut. Samuel, of Acton, cap-
tured at Quebec, 2. 295.

Brown, Samuel, of Boston, Oregon
fur-trade venture, 7. 417, 418, 421.



Brown, Samuel, works on Boston
defences (1814), 14. 151; char-
acterized, 153.

Brown, Capt. Silas, in campaign of
1760, 4. 393.

Brown, Susanna (Masie) ,exile in Am-
sterdam (1610), 6. 50, 56.

Brown, Thanlcful, 19. 58.

Brown, Thomas, exile in Amsterdam
(1611), 6. 50.

Brown, Thomas, in Boston society
(c. 1770), 10. 33.

Brown, William, of Charlestown,
death of child (1678), 7. 169.

Brown, William [1], of Salem, to
pick jury panel (1686), 13. 266.

Brown, William [2], commission of
over and terminer (1703), 1. 220;
and Andros (1689), 9. 478; justice
of peace (1686), 13. 229; on trade
com. (1686), 248; to pick jury
panel, 272.

Brown, William, recruit (1760), 6.
429.

Brown, William Burnet, and assault
on Otis, 10. 72.

Brown University, Commencement
(1795), 3. 42; in 1789, 16. 456.

Browne. See also Brown.

Browne, General, at Newport (1778),
2. 239.

Browne, Benjamin, subscribes to
Merchants' Notes (1733), 17. 208.

Browne, Edmund, minister at Sud-
bliry, 2. 47.

Browne, Edward L, gift to M.H.S.,
10. 125.

Brovvne, Joseph [H. C. 1666], letter to
Winthrop (1672) on astronomical
instruments, 4. 265; bequest to
Harvard, 267; mentioned, 7. 168;
death, 170.

Browne, Robert, and Congregation-
alism, 6. 41.

Browne, Samuel, of Conn. (1666), 5.
292.

Browne, Rev. Thomas, letter to Win-
throp (1658) on attaimiients, 8.
284, 287.

Browne, Judge William, at Boston
(1774), 10. 88.

Browne house, Watertown, 14. 291.

Brownell, Mrs. Mary M., gift to
M.H.S., 6. 417.

Browning. See also Brewin, Bruning,
Brunning.

Browning, Robert, no hist, basis for
"Ghent to Aix" ballad, 16. 467.

Bruce, Capt. James, short passage to
Boston, 10. 52; brings tea, 81, 82.



BRUELS-BUFFAM



63



Bniels, Peter, prize case (1748), 5.

90.
Bruning. See also Brewin, Browning,

Brunning.
Bruning, Joseph, milit. watch (1689),

14. 31.
Brunning (Bro^Tiing), Joseph, Boston

bookseller (1683-91), 9. 451, 460-

463, 465, 468, 487, 491, 12. 388,

390, 17. 18, 34.
Brunnow, Ernest Philippe, baron de,

and Adams (1862), 18. 153.
Brunswick, Me., in 1776, 2. 304.
BrunsTvick, N. J., inn (1804), 2. 33.
Brunswick County, N. C, name as

royal memorial, 4. 251.
Brunswick County, Va., name as

royal memorial, 4. 250.
Brush, Crean, plunders Rowe, 10.

95; captured, 98, 99, 101.
Bruyn, Andrew D., and Graves-Cilley

duel, 12. 292.
Bryan, George S., Porter Memorial,

I. 31.

Bryan, John R., on port, of John

Randolph, 1. 30.
Brj^an, Samuel, and Pa. politics, 20.

298.
Bryan, Tristram, captive (1692), 17.

26. _

Bryan, William J., hist, importance

of campaign of 1896, 11. 115-118,

226 ; of 1900, 14. 260-263.
Bryant. See also Briant.
Bryant, , guest of Old Colony

Club, 3. 406.
Bryant, Hubbard W., gift to M.H.S.,

3. 283.
Bryant, John, Commencement part

(1830), 5. 202 n.
Bryant, Rev. Lemuel, as pastor at

Quincy, 6. 491.
Bryant, Seth, loyalist refugee, 2. 234.
Bryant, William Cullen, B K poem

(1821), 9. 118; hymns, 17. 138,

19. 4.32, 437.

Bryant's Tavern, Sudbury, 10. 47.

Bryce, James, addresses M.H.S.
(1884), 1. 171; on Eng. parish and
N. Eng. to^Ti, 7. 243 ; transferred
to honorary membership M.H.S.,

II. 103; at Congress of Hist. Sci-
ences (1903), 17. 245 ; attends
M.H.S. meeting (1904), 18. 417.

Brymner, Douglas, and spurious
Montcalm letters, 3. 204.

Buchan, David Steuart Erskine,
11th earl of, letters to, announcing
election to M.H.S., 7. 127; port.,

20. 395.



Buchanan, Franklin, in Perry's Japan

expedition, 2. 260.
Buchanan, James, hanged (1778), 12.

97.
Buchanan, Pres. James, hist, unim-
portance of election, 11. 113-114;

Choate's support, 146-148.
Buchanan, Jolin, letter on Declara-

toiy Act (1766), 11. 446-448.
Buchanan, Lieut. Robert, 19. 531.
Bucher, Jonathan, killed, 14. 22.
Buck, , of Pliiladelpliia (1812),

19. 374.
Buck, Aholiab, killed at Wyoming

(1778), 3. 345.
Buck, Asahel, killed at Wyoming

(1778), 3. 345.
Buckingham, Ed^^^n, subscription to

Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342.
Buckingham, Joseph T., subscription

to Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342;

and memoir of Story, 15. 207; and

tariff (1832), 19. 522.
Buckland, , London bookseller,

anecdote, 19. 377,
Buckle, , at trial of Anne Hutch-
inson, 4. 171, 172.
Buckle, Henry T., on suicide, 16.

531.
Bucldes, Samuel E., Ga. justice of

peace, 20. 516.
Buckly. See also Bulkeley, Bulkley.
Buckly, Joseph, sea-captain (1690),

7. 156.
Buckminster, Joseph Stevens, as

preacher, 2. 110, 3. 166; memoir,

7. 122; junior member M.H.S., 9.

94; B K oration (1809), 112;

biog. note, 112 n.
Buckminster, Mary L., character, 3.

163; Mrs. Lothrop, 165.
Buckminster, Car>i. Thomas, of

Brookfield (1762), 7. 385.
Buckram, Elizabeth (Neal), Pilgrim

at Leyden, 17. 177.
Buckram, Mrs. Judith, Pilgrim at

Leyden, 17. 181.
Buckram, William, Pilgrim at Ley-
den, 17. 177._
Bucks of America, flag and badge, 10.

470.
Budd, Thomas, Good Order estab-
lished, 12. 389; work defending,

393.
Buell, Rev. Samuel, port., 8. 196;

AUTOG., 9. 529.
Buffalo bug, as book worm, 8. 107.
Buffam, Robert, of N. Eng., 1. 138.
Buff am, Thomasin (Warde), of N.

Eng., 1. 138.



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BUFFINGTON-BULLOCK



BufBngton, Lieut. Samuel, in Rev.
army, 2. 443; marches to Cherry
Valley, 445; at Fort Herkimer,
456.

Buffington's Island, Oliio River
(1836), 7. 276.

Buffon, George L. Leclerc, comte de,
J. Q. Adams on writings, 16. 345,
346, 348 ; influence on Cuvier, 345 n.

Bugbee, James McKellar, on com. to
pub. Sewall Letter-Book. 1. 180, 4.
343; publications (1886-91), 3. 279,
6. 404; presents port, of Phillis
Wheatley, 3. 283; on Nominating
Com. (1890), 5. 347; report, 456; on
alleged journal of Ebenezer Wild,
6. 39; communicates journal of
Ebenezer Wild, 78-160; commun-
icates letters of French officers,
160-164; reprinted M.H.S. paper,
223; Memoir of S. C. Cobb, 7.
318-330; on Library Com. (1892),
335; report, 370; Memoir of
H. L. Pierce, 11. 386-410; on
Auditing Com. (1898, '99), 12. 155,
13. 1; reports, 12. 187, 13. 77;
Memoir of S. F. McCl.eary, 15.
255-263.

Bugeaud, Marshal Thomas R., on
Brit, infantry, 13. 421.

Bugge, Sophus, on Ringerike runic
inscription, 16. 272-273.

Buisseaux, Sieur de, French ambas-
sador, and Argall's raid, 1. 188,
191-192.

Bulfinch, Charles, gift to M.H.S.,
3. 294; in mercantile house, 7.
417; anecdote on son's career,
455; Barrell house, 10. 549-552;
and Beacon Hill Monument, 11.
18; Bowdoin's letter introducing,
to Frankhn (1785), 12. 143.

Bulfinch, Stephen G., choice of pro-
fession, 7. 455.

Bulfinch, Dr. Thomas, keeps a carriage
(1768), 1. 225; in Boston society,
10. 33, 36; and inoculation (1764),
13. 391.

Bulkeley, Gershom, will of niece
(1720), 1. 138; petition (1694), 5.
295; People's Right to Election, 12.
278.

Bulkley, See also Buckly, Bulkeley.

Bulkley, Edward, of Eng. (1720),
1. 138.

Bulkley, Rev Edward, will of niece
(1720), 1. 138; at Marshfield, 2. 48;
Thankful Remembrance, extant
copies, 10. 347 ; preaches for Mather
(1676), 13. 369.



Bulkley, EHzabeth, of Eng. (1720),

1. 138.

Bulkley, Col. John, musters troops
(1760), 4. 387; commissary of
musters, 6. 428.

Bulkley, Rev. Peter [1], at Concord,

2. 47.

Bulkley, Dr. Peter [2], will of niece
(1720), 1. 138.

Bulkley, Major Peter, death (1688),
7. 146; letter to father on Mason's
claim, 13. 128, 14. 213-215; mem-
ber of Dudley's Council, 13. 228;
attends, 226-274, 284; and cap-
taincy of Castle, 230; Provost-
Marshal, 245; to hold court, 271;
salary, 283; and Charlestown
affairs, 284; career, 14. 212.

Bulkley, Richard, toll-master (1686),
13. 235.

Bulkley, Sarah, of Eng. (1720), 1. 138.

Bulkley, Thomas, of E. Indies (1720),
1. 138.

Bull, Henry, Apostle Eliot on, 18.
346.

Bull, Capt. Jonathan, Relation con-
cerning Mohawks, 9. 480, 10. 356.

Bull, Jonathan, clerk of Conn, court
(1783), 2. 147.

Bull, Thomas, bust of Webster, 3. 221.

Bull-baiting, forbidden by Book of
Sports, 19. 91.

Bull-fight at Madrid (1868), 16. 471.

Bull Run, photog. of Stone Bridge, 5.
451; effect in North of first battle,
13. 430.

Bullard, Rev. Asa, at jubilee of Dr.
Snell, 19. 428.

Bullard, Charles A., Commencement
part (1819) and biog. note, 5. 185,
185 n.

Bullard, Seth, article on Walpole, 18.
328.

Bullard, Silas, subscription to Boston
dinner (1830), 6. 342.

Bullard, William S., business, 19. 231.

Bullard's Tavern, Natick, 10. 47.

BuUin, Ensign John, death (1703),
1. 156.

Bullivant, Benjamin, Atty.-Gen. of
Mass., 10. 289; and Rawson's
records (1686), 12. 242, 13. 281; to
establish Boston market (1686),
271 ; salary as clerk of Council, 283.

Bullo, Carlo, stand in Cabot contro-
versies, 11. 158.

Bulloch, James D., and irregular
emissaries, 13. 192.

Bullock, Alexander Hamilton, Me-
moir by Chas. Devens, 3. 322-339;



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PORT., 322; birth, 322; father,
322; education, 322; and Am-
herst, 322 ; teaclier, 323 ; in law
school, 323; poUtics, 324, 328; as
orator, 324, 337; as lawyer, 324;
origin of title colonel, 325; edits
National Mgis, 325; in General
Court, 325; judge, 325; and
Worcester, 325, 338; and Emi-
grant Aid Soc, 327; and Lincoln,
328, 333-334; and Civil War, 329-
334; Speaker, 331; Governor
334; and Reconstruction, 335
refuses further office, 335-337
marriage and children, 338; home
life, 338; death, 338; hist, in-
fluence of refusal of Eng. mission,
15. 238.

Bullock, Augustus G., 3. 338.

Bullock, Elvira (Hazard), 3. 338.

Bullock, Jonathan Russell, copy of
trial of Church owned by, 1. 14.

Bullock, Nathan, farm near Wyo-
ming, 2. 473.

Bullock, Rufus, career, 3. 322.

Bullock, Sarah (Davis), 3. 322.

Bulward, Robert, exile in Amster-
dam, 6. 50.

Bumstead, Jeremiah, books owned
by, 17. 34, 36.

Bumstead, Thomas, purchases con-
fiscated Boston estate, 10. 180.

Bunch, Alderman James, estate sold
(1649), 13. 31.

Bunch of Grapes, Boston tavern, 10.
38.

Bunch of Grapes and Lion, sign in
Providence, 4. 245.

Bunday, , of Walpole, N. H.

(1776), 6. 88.

Bundling, 6. 504-509; instance, 13.
365.

Bundy. See Bunday.

Bungawarrawit, Indian at St. Croix
River (1764), 3. 90, 92.

Bunker, George, and name Bunker
Hill, 12. 423, 17. 1.

Bunker, John, in campaign of 1760,
4. 393, 5. 356.

Bunker Hill, Thacher's official ac-
count of battle, 1. 359; views, 2.
395, 3. 282, 5. 452, 10. 570; losses,
7.357,406; value of depositions of
survivors (1825), 10. 480-481;
contemp. accounts of battle, 12.
83, 17. 292, 298, 303; origin of
name, 12. 423, 17. 1-2. See also
Bunker's Hill.

Bunker's Hill, in Devonshire, Eng.,
12. 423, 18. 81-83; in Derby-



shire, 17. 1-3; in Lancashire, 20.
474-477.

Bunton, Andrew, 4. 385.

Bunton, Henry S., gift to M.H.S., 4.
384, 385.

Bunton, Lavinia (Holden), 4. 385.

Bunton, Sylvanus, 4. 385.

Buonarotti, M. A. See Michelangelo.

Burbank, Capt. Silas, in Am. army
(1780), 7. 454.

Burbeck, William, purchases con-
fiscated Boston estate, 10. 172.

Burch. See also Birch.

Burch, Gerard, Ga. clerk of court, 20.
516.

Burch, William, identity with Judge
Burch of Bermuda, 6. 254, 256.

Burchwood, He вАФ , at Louisburg
(1745), 11. 446.

Burdett, , vestryman in Va.

(1635), 3. 5.

Burdett, Sir Francis, visit to (1830),
19. 464.

Burdett, Frederick, of London, birth,
10. 257.

Burdett, Robert, of London, birth,
10. 257.

Burdett-Coutts, William L. A. B.,
exposure of hospital conditions
(1900), 14. 313.

Burgat, , innkeeper at Sheffield

(1760), 4. 389.

Burge, John, in Am. army (1775), 12.
107.

Burgess. See also Burgis.

Burgess, , at Boston dinner

(1776), 10. 103.

Burgess, Elizeus, declines governor-
ship, 4. 192.

Burgess, George, W. S. Bartlet's
article on, 2. 433.

Burget, C. J., letter to R. C. Win-
throp (1885) on Washington Mon-
ument subscription box, 2. 140.

Burget, Charles, in Arnold's expedi-
tion, 2. 284.

Burgle, Mrs., of Eng. (1669), 1. 137.

Burgis, James, milit. watch (1689),

1. 162.

Burgoyne, John, arrives at Quebec,

2. 274, 300; anniversary of sur-
render celebrated, 3. 12, 132; Am.
journals of campaign (1777), 103-
109, 6. 91-100; Ticonderoga, 3.
103; Am. retreat, 10-3-104; St.
Leger's campaign, 103, 104; Ben-
nington, 104, 10. 503-506; Am.
movements (Aug.-Sept.), 3. 104-
105, 6. 92-94 ; battles of Freeman's
Farm, 3. 105-107, 6. 94-98: re-



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treat and surrender, 3. 107-109, 6.
98-99; view of encampment, 9.
28; arrives at Boston (1775), 10.
93.

Burgoyne's campaign. See Bur-
goyne (John).

Burk, Major (?) John, in campaign



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