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of 1760, 4. 396, 403.

Burke, Edmund, Abingdon's pam-
phlet on (1777), 17. 313 n.

Burke, Sir John Bernard, death
announced, 8. 78.

Burke, Thomas, and John Sullivan,
1. 53.

Burks, John, at Fort Dummer (1724),
6.365.

Burley, William, Boston estate, 16.
117n.

Burling, , in Haiti (1793), 2. 306;

quarrel over revolutionary cock-
ade, 315 n. ; wounded in attack on
blacks, 3-19, 319 n. ; attack on Cape
Frangais, 337; escape, 341-343;
return for clothes, 343-347; flight
from harbor, 351; captured by
British, 353; escape from rebel
blacks, 354.

Burlingame, Anson, and Know-Noth-
ings, 11. 392; in Mass. Conven.
(1853), 18. 35.

Burlington, N. J., troops at (1777),
6. 102, 103.

BurUngton and Missouri Railroad,
Nebraska extension, 17. 121.

Burnap, EHzabeth W., gift to M.H.S.,
14. 195-196; thanks to, 198.

Burnap, Jacob, Harvard D.D. (1814),
5. 179.

Burnet, Abraham, at Fort Dummer
(1724), 6. 366.

Burnet, Gilbert, ignores last royal
veto, 5. 158; Sermon before House
of Commons, 9. 481.

Burnet, Gov. William, mourning ring
worn at funeral of, 6. 66; Isaac
Watts on, 9. 344.

Burnett, G. B., hires a slave, 20. 520.

Burnett, Joseph, port, of Webster
owned by, 2. 262.

Burnett, M. A., hires a slave, 20. 520.

Burney, Frances, J. Q. Adams on
Cecilia, 16. 364.

Burney, Sarah H., in Italy, 19. 456.

Burnham, Corporal, at siege of
Boston, 9. 64.

Burnham, Gordon W., port, of Web-
ster owned by, 2. 263.

Burnham, Capt. John, in Va. cam-
paign (1781), 6. 131, 1.34, 144.

Burning Bush not Consumed, 18. 264.



Burns, , near King's Ferry

(1781), 6. 160.
Burns, Anthony, rendition, 6. 264.
Burns, George J., on name Nonan-

coicus, 8. 211.
Burns, Robert, autog. letter, 2.

155—156.
Burns, W.' F., photogs. by, 4. 109,

110.
Burnside, Samuel McG., lawyer, 2.

94.
Burr, Rev. Aaron, at Princeton Com-
mencement (1754), 7. 340.
Burr, Vice-Pres. Aaron, and Talley-
rand, 16. 470; Duane on (1802),

20.275-276; conspiracy, 286, 291-

292, 296, 297, 301; trial, 299-300;

arrest at Henry's charge, 305.
Burr, Gershom, guest of Old Colony

Club, 3. 408.
Burr, Rev. Jonathan, biog. note, 16.

304.
Burr, Samuel,at Fort Dmnmer (1724),

6. 366.
Burr, Thaddeus, house at Fairfield,

6. 396.
Burrage, Henry S., edits Waymouth's

Relation, 6. 216; on Cabot, 12. 9.
Burrage, John, death (1678), 7. 169.
Burrell, Lieutenant; at Crown Point

(1760), 5. 381, 382.
Burritt, Elihu, and alleged Sharpless

ports., 3. 183, 184.
Burrough, WiUiam, will (1717), 8.

217.
Burroughs, , death in Am. army

(1775), 7. 407.
Burroughs, Charles, witchcraft peti-
tion, 1. 110.
Burroughs, Charles, Master's part

(1809), 5. 174; biog. note, 174 n.
Burroughs, Rev. George, preaches for

Mather (1675), 13. 342, 356.
Burrows, Charles W., gift to M.H.S.,

20. 229.
Burrows, John, journal of Sullivan's

expedition, 2. 440.
Burrows, Robert, deed (1665), 5. 292.
Burrows, William, works on Boston

defences (1814), 14. 152.
Burt, John, subscribes to Merchants'

Notes (1733), 17. 208.
Burt, Robert, captured in Quebec

expedition, released, 2. 274.
Burton. See also Berton.
Burton, -, in Egypt (1832), 19.

494.
Burton, Henry, ears cropped, 3. 189;

conviction and indemnity, 10. 303,

306; imprisoned, 14. 373.



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Burton, John Hill, ignores last royal

veto, 5. 158.
Burton, Warren, Commencement part

(1821), 5. 188; biog. note, 188 n.
Burton, William, absentee loyalist,

10. 163.
Bury, William C. Keppel, viscount,

accepts spurious Montcalm letters,

3. 202.
Bush, Henry, killed at Wyoming

(1778), 3. 345.
Bushby, John, executed (1778), 6.

119.
Busher, Leonard, exile in Amsterdam,

6. 50.
Bushnell, Horace, B K oration

(1848), 9. 143; biog. note, 143 n.
Bushnell, Richard, order to (1704), 5.

301.
Bushtown, Md., inn (1804), 2. 33; in

1781, 6. 135.
Bussey, Benjamin, subscription for

M.H.S. building, 3. 291.
Bussey, Charles, in Dartmoor Prison,

10. 117.
Bussey, Ca'pt. (?) Isaiah, at West

Point, 2. 477.
Buswal, Ensign, on com. on war

expenses (1676), 12. 402.
Butler, , of Brookfield (1762), 7.

397.
Butler, , tavern-keeper at New

Haven (1804), 2. 7, 32.
Butler, Captain, at Bahamas (1648),

13. 13.
Butler, Doctor, medical receipt, 13.

339.
Butler, Andrew P., and Sumner, 20.

543.
Butler, Atty-Gen. Benjamin F.,

Archer's opinion of, 7. 292.
Butler, Benjamin F., of Mass., pert.,

2. 394; congressional campaigns

(1868), 6. 266; (1876), 20. 171;

and Saltonstall, 11. 351; in Mass.

Conven. (1853), 18. 34, 37, 40;

and Henry Lee, 19. 239, 243 ; and

Va. campaign (1864), 342-356;

part in Grant's plan, 342-344, 348;

responsible for failure of campaign,

344-348, 351 ; and Smith and Gill-
more, 347, 350, 352-356; failure to

take Petersburg, 349-351; visit to

Grant prevents removal, 352-355;

subsequent removal, 355 ; and Pres.

Johnson, 20. 428; suggests trial

of Gen. Lee, 428; and Harvard

LL.D., 491.
Butler, Lady Eleanor, appearance,

19. 466.



Butler, Joane, punished for defama-
tion (1634), 3. 4.

Butler, Col. John, Wyoming articles
of capitulation (1778), 3. 342, 343.

Butler, Joseph, Pitt on Analogy, 10.
485.

Butler, Mary, Pilgrim at Leyden, 17.
177.

Butler, Noble, Harvard A.M., 5. 248.

Butler, Samuel, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 177.

Butler, Samuel, poet, reference to
Hugh Peter, 8. 122.

Butler, Sarah (Porter), Pilgrim at
Leyden, 17. 177.

Butler, Lieut. Simeon, deposition on
Phips's expedition, 15. 302.

Butler, Thomas, of Philadelphia
(1804), 2. 13.

Butler, Col. Walter N., attack on
Cherry Valley, 2. 449-450; move-
ments (1779), 456; battle of New-
town, 465.

Butler, William, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 177.

Butler, Major William, Brit, officer,
in Boston society, 10. 76.

Butler, Lieut.-Col. William, Am.
officer, relief of Cherry Valley, 2.
450; in Sullivan's expedition, dams
Lake Otsego, 459 ; burns Onaquaga,
462; detachment to Cayuga Lake,
472 ; in Saratoga campaign, 3. 105.

Butler, Zebulon, and Wyoming Mas-
sacre, 3. 340.

Butman, Francis C, business, 7. 323.

Butten, John, petition against As-
pinwall (1651), 12. 214.

Butter, , Brit, consul at Tetuan

(1831), 19. 481.

Butterfield, Mrs. Anna, at Chelmsford
(1656), 12. 325.

Butterfield, Benjamin [1], removes to
Chelmsford (1655), 12. 324; chil-
dren, 330.

Butterfield, Benjamin [2], birth, 12.
330.

Butterfield, Mrs. Benjamin (White-
more), children by former husband,
12. 336.

Butterfield, Eleazer, in Am. army
(1775), 12. 106.

Butterfield, Hester, Pilgrim at Ley-
den, 17. 177.

Butterfield, Jonas, in campaign of
1760, 4. 388, 390, 393.

Butterfield, Jonathan, birth (c. 1641),
12. 330.

Butterfield, Capt. Jonathan, in cam-
paign of 1760, 5. 388.



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Butterfield, Joseph, birth, 12. 330.

Butterfield, Leonard, in campaign of
1760, 4. 393.

Butterfield, Mary, of Chelmsford
(1670), 12. 337.

Butterfield, Nathaniel, birth, 12. 330.

Butterfield, Rose (Singer), Pilgrim at
Leyden, 17. 177.

Butterfield, Samuel, birth, 12. 330.

Butterfield, Stephen [1], Pilgrim at
Leyden, 17. 177.

Butterfield, Stephen [2], Pilgrim at
Leyden, 17. 181.

Butterick, , journey on Ohio

River (1836), 7. 278-282.

Butterick, William, removed to
Chelmsford (1654), 12. 322.

Buttolph, A., book owned by, 9. 468.

Buttolph, Nicholas, Boston book-
seller (1690-1700), 9. 482, 491, 495,
524, 12. 380, 17. 50, 67.

Buttre, John C, engraving of
Manasseh Cutler, 4. 110; of E. N.
Kirk, 9. 28.

Butt's Hill, battle, 1. 50.

Buywater, Elnathan, exile in Amster-
dam, 6. 50.

Buywater, Thomas, exile in Amster-
dam, 6. 50.

Buywater, Ursula (Harstaff or Hodg-
kin), exile in Amsterdam (1615),
6. 50, 54.

Buzzard's Bay, described (1801), 4.
127; Gosnold in, 16. 247-249. _

By-laws of M.H.S., com. on revising,
4. 77 ; suggested amendments, 120-
123; amendments adopted, 215-
216; as amended, 222-235; on
responsible editor, 409 ; bibliog-
raphy, 6. 210-211; amendments
on election of Council, 12. 156, 190,
191; amendment on acceptance of
membership, 18. 252.

By am, George, removes to Chelms-
ford (1655), 12. 323.

Byard. See also Bayard.

Byard, Major Robert, in Boston
society, 10. 41.

Byfield, Nathaniel, and Sewall, 1.
323; and reception of Bellomont,

2. 125; mentioned, 8. 219.
Byneld, Sarah (Leverett), 4. 79;

funeral (1730), 5. 332.
Byfield, Mass., ordination of minister

(1787), 16. 356 n.
Byles, Rev. Mather [1], thanksgiving

sermon, 2. 261; "N. Eng. Hymn,"

3. 434; letter from Belcher
(1748), 9. 16 n.; sermon on Mrs.
Belcher, 355; Watts's correspond-



ent, 410; commendation of Bar-
nard's Psalms (1751), 11. 73; and
fire of 1787, 14. 65 n.; Pelham's
mezzotint, 18. 238.

Byles, Rev. Mather [2], power of
atty. to Edw. Winslow, Jr. (1784),
3.81; at funeral of Edw. Winslow,
Sr., 93; in Boston society, 10. 33;
list of articles needed by (1780),
471-472.

Bynner, Caroline (Edgarton), 9. 173.

Bynner, Edwin, 9. 173.

Bynner, Edwin Lassetter, elected a
member M.H.S., 5. 340; publica-
tions (1890-93), 6. 404, 8. 185;
M.H.S. tribute to, 275-276; Me-
moir by Barrett Wendell, 9. 173-
179; PORT, and autog., 173;
birth, parentage, and education,
173; lawyer, 173, 174; in M.H.S.,
173; writings, 174-178; character,
178.

Byron, George, Lord, deformity, 16.
470.

Byron, Adm. John, on Am. coast
(1778), 3. 120.



Cabame, Christopher, of Billesby,

Eng. (1623), 8. 513.
Cabell, Joseph C, and Univ. of Va.

(1819), 14. 395.
Cabinet of M.H.S., annual reports

of Keeper and lists of accessions

(1884), 1. 173; (1885), 2. 71;

(1886), 394; (1887), 3. 282; (1888),

4. 108; (1889), 350; (1890), 5.

450; (1891), 6. 416; (1892), 7.

372; (1893), 8. 196; (1894), 9.

26; (1895), 10. 124; (1896), 569;

(1897), 11. 333; (1898), 12. 188;

(1899), 13. 79; (1900), 14. 143;

(1901), 15. 44; (1902), 16. 145;

(1903), 17. 229; (1904), 18. 287;

(1905), 19. 223; (1906), 20. 228;

notable accessions (1884), 1. 2, 3,

30-33, 42, 76, 131, 181, 255, 298,

335; (1885), 2. 66, 88, 101, 155, 165;

(1886), 168, 216, 217, 258, 261,

3. 8, 178; (1887), 276; (1888),

4. 66; (1889), 5. 156; (1890), 6.
66; (1891), 285, 7. 20; (1892),
315-316, 8. -21; (1893), 80, 282;
(1894), 9. 96; (1895), 267, 269,
10. 292-293; (1896), 11. 103, 156,
198-200; (1897), 257, 277; (189S\
12. 339; (1899), 456; (3900), li.
1-2, 195-197, 255; (1901), 425,



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15. 25; (1902), 365, 16. 265, 291,
477; (1903), 17. 438; (1904), 18.
238, 420; (1905), 19. 83, 273, 274,
295, 304, 394; (1906), 20. 20, 395,
409, 438, 490; (1907), 534; prog-
ress of cat., 1. 173, 2. 72; fund for
pub. cat., 4; cost of cat., 76, 401;
cat. published, 87; miniatures of
Webster, 264; corns, on (1887), 3.
318; (1889), 4. 367; amendments
to by-laws on, 122, 123 ; by-laws
on, as amended, 228, 232; royal
arms in possession of, 259-260;
Council's criticism of condition
(1889), 344, 347; reports of coms.
on (1889), 359-366, 382-383;
(1890), 5. 452; (1891), 6. 417-419;
(1892), 7. 370-371; (1893), 8.
200; (1894), 9. 38; (1895), 10.
136; (1896), 571-572; (1900),
14. 145; (1901), 15. 46-50; (1902),
16.147; (1903), 17.232; (1904),
18. 288; (1905), 19.225; (1906),
20. 231; proposed improvements
-(1889), 4. 359-366, 382-383; im-
provements authorized and made,
383, 5. 285-286, 439; cat. of
medals, 450; picture gallery, 452;
cat. of ports., 452; cat. of paint-
ings, 6. 219, 220; disposition of
nat. hist, articles, 8. 337-339; F.
E. Oliver as Keeper, 482; need
of accessibility, 9. 27; storage,
11.316,334; opening of, to public,

14. 148, 255, 15. 44, 16. 146, 17.
230; indiscriminateness criticised,

15. 47-49; S. F. McCleary as
Keeper, 73, 76; pedestals for busts,

17. 230; labels, 230; need of more
room, 232; H. F. Jenks as Keeper,

18. 271; Appleton Collection of
Coins and Medals, 19. 300, 20. 229,
230, 420, 550.

Cabinet- Keeper. See Jenks (H. F.),

McCleary (S. F.), Norcross (G. H.),

Oliver (F. E.).
Cable. See Keble.
Cabot, Andrew, N. C. lands, 8. 181.
Cabot, Mrs. Edward C, gift to

M.H.S., 10. 407, 408.
Cabot, Eliza L. [Mrs. FoUen], 19.

466.
Cabot, EUzabeth [Mrs. Lee], 19. 229.
Cabot, Elizabeth [Mrs. Kirkland],

19. 440. See also Kirkland.
Cabot, Elizabeth (Dwight) , 20. 530.
Cabot, Elizabeth P. [Mrs. Lee], 19.

235.
Cabot, George [d. 1823], hears Priest-
ley preach, 3. 40.



Cabot, George, Commencement part
(1835), 5. 215; biog. note, 215 n.

Cabot, Henry, autog., 1. 365.

Cabot, Mrs. Henry (Blake), letter
from father (1814), 6. 257.

Cabot, James Elliot, and law, 2.
214, 3. 249, 20. 529, 530; and
Emerson, 4. 106, 17. 165-166, 20.
531; memoir of Henry Lee as-
signed to, 12. 359 ; M. H. S. tributes
to, 17. 76, 163-167; in M.H.S.,
76; and philosophy, 164, 167, 20.
529; naturalist, 17. 164-165, 20.
526, 530; artist and architect,
17. 165, 20. 530, 532; public trusts,
17. 165, 20. 531; character, 17.
167, 20. 532; Henry Lee's char-
acterization, 19. 252; Memoir by
T. W. Higginson, 20. 526-533 ; port.
and AUTOG., 526; birth, 527; boy-
hood, 527; in college, 528; study
abroad, 528-530; and Mass. Quart.
Review, 530; marriage, 530; home
life, 532 ; death, 533.

Cabot, John, Chas. Deane's work on,
3. 279; Cabot mappe-monde on
voyage of, 6. 308-310, 333; and
Gulf of St. Lawrence, 8. 69; con-
troversies over, 11. 156-169; pos-
sible voyages anticipating, 156-
157; former confusion of voyages,
157; birthplace, 158; date of
voyage, 158; landfall, 159-160,
12. 3-5; course along coast, 11.
160; tardiness of claim based on
discovery, 161-163; Lok's map
on, 162 ; second voyage and chart,
166, 12. 5-6; latitude reached,

11. 167; authorities on, 168-169;
quater-centenary at Halifax, 417,

12. 2-9; memorial tablet, 6-8.
Cabot, John, N. C. lands (1784), 8. 181.
Cabot, Joseph, Commencement part

(1788), 16. 439.

Cabot, Sebastian, monument in Bos-
ton proposed, 1. 364-365; map,
401; Cabot mappe-monde on, 6.
332, 333, 337, 338, 11. 165; and
father's voyage of 1497, 163; and
second voyage, 164, 167; birth-
place, 164; character, 164, 12.
4; capability, 11. 164; lost charts,
165; question of later voyage to
N. Am. 168; cartographical work,
3S0; port., 15. 45; port, and de-
scendant, 19. 477. See also Cabot
mappe-monde.

'Cabot mappe-monde, paper on, 6. 305-
340; M.H.S. com. on, 305; photog.
copies, 305 n. ; Chas. Deane's inves-



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tigation, 305-306; his criticism,
306-311; maker of map and le-
gends, 307-309, 7. 301, 11. 166; on
Cabot voyages, 6. 308-310; possi-
ble new edition (1549), 310; posi-
tion of references to legends, 311;
Latin and Spanish texts of legends,
311-329; Eng. translation, 329-
340; and Cartier's voyages, 7.
300; brochure containing legends,
10. 118, 11. 166; unique copy,
165; other editions, 166.

Cabral, Pedro Alvarez de, and dis-
covery of America, 8. 28.

Cabrillo, Juan Rodriguez, identity
of places mentioned by, 3. 261.

Cacamo, Duke of, courtesy to Ameri-
cans (1829), 19. 451, 452.

Cadwalader, Mrs., of Philadelphia
(1804), 2. 11.

Cadwalader, Thomas, departure for
Europe, 19. 528, 529.

CcEsar, Mass. frigate (1749), 5. 94.

Cagnon, , assassinated at Cape

Frangais, 2. 327-328.

Cairn. See Came.

Calalian. See Callahan.

Calamy, Rev. Edmund, 9. 343.

Calamy, Mrs. Edmund, 3. 189.

Calamy, James, Watts on, 9. 345.

Calder, Sir Henry, in Boston (1776),
10. 94.

Caldwell. See also Coldwell.

Caldwell, Major, house near Quebec
(1775), 2. 285, 287.

Caldwell, Capt. Benjamin, in Boston
society, 10. 32, 73, 76.

Caldwell, Jonas. See Boston Mas-
sdcrG.

Caledonia (1699), 17. 67.

Calef, Robert [d. 1719], on petitioners
for witchcraft relief, 1. 88 n. ; on
witchcraft accusers, 93; on witch-
craft pardons, 106; pamphlet an-
swering attack of, on Mathers, 17.
27-28.

Calef, Robert, sea-captain (1766-74),
10. 62, 17. 268.

Calef, Robert, absentee loyalist, 10.
163.

Calef, Samuel, excursion (1772), 10.
46; as fisherman, 48-51.

Calendar. See Almanacs, Chronology.

Calenguan, people of, Cabot mappe-
vionde on, 6. 338.

Calf. • See Calef.

Calhoun, Hugh, letter introducing,
20. 324.

Calhoun, John C, on worth of diaries,
1. 202; port., 8. 196; value of



papers, 12. 345-351, 18. 459-461;
photog. of residence, 14. 144; and
genesis of Monroe Doctrine, 15. 380,
381, 389; and J. Q. Adams on
slavery (1820), 445; Adams on
(1837), 464; change in constitu-
tional views, 17. 112; Wm. Duane
on (1820), 2C. 377; on indivisibility
of sovereignty, 485-486.

California, Drake's landfall, 3. 260-
261, 274 ; rate of interest on bonds
(1849), 14. 426.

Call, Benjamin, guest of Old Colony
Club, 3. 420.

Callahan, , sea-captain (1774),

10. 85, 88; arrested (1778), 105.
See also below.

Callahan, Elizabeth G. [Mrs. Perkins],
3. 223.

Callahan, John, sea-captain (1788),
16. 375, 410, 418, 424, 428, 436.
See also above.

Calle Shasta, 17. 5.

Callender, James T., attack on Jef-
ferson, 20. 278.

Callender, John, Hist. Discourse on
R. I., 9. 364.

Calomel, big doses, 7. 289.

Calvert, George H., 4. 415.

Calvin, Jean, and Melanchthon, 11.
267; proposed monument in Gen-
eva, 18. 396-397.

Calvinism, Congregationalism and,
6. 182. See also Puritanism.

Cambell. See Campbell.

Cambridge, Eng., route from London
(1660), 1. 122; inns, 122. _

Cambridge, Mass., Maverick's ac-
count (1660), 1. 237; in Shays's
Rebellion, 302-303; in 1650, 2.
47; Harvard Washington Corps,

3. 8; M.H.S. meetings in, 53-55;
population (1790), 4. 136; polls
(1784), 149; development of town
govt., 7. 192-194; first board of
selectmen, 361; pre-Rev. festivi-
ties, 10. 41-44; early printing in,
11.240-253 ; credibility of Washing-
ton Elm tradition, 14. 173-175, 17.
128-129; old houses, 14. 291; Com-
mon dispute, 15. 216. See also
First Church, Harvard University,
Newtown.

Cambridge Agreement, place, 2. 121.
Cambridge Farms, Mass., minister

ordained (1698), 1. 153.
Cambridge Platform (ed. of 1671),

9. 429; (ed. of 1680), 12.275.
Cambridge Public Library, hist, room,

4. 375.



CAMBRroGE STNOD-CANER



Cambridge Synod (1637), Higgin-
son's report, 16. 487-489.

Cambridge University. See Em-
manuel College.

Camden, battle of, Edmund Pendle-
ton on, 19. 112, 11.3, 119.

Cameron, Captain, in campaign of
1760, 4. 409.

Cameron, Simon, and Johnson, 20.
428.

Cammock, Thomas, patent, 1. 233.

Campanius Holm. See Holm.

Campbell, , and sale of Priest-
ley's works, 3. 30-33.

Campbell, , at Boston dinner

(1776). 10. 103.

Campbell, , of East India Co.

(1830), 19. 459.

Campbell, Captain, at Cape Frangais
(1793), 2. .344-.346.

Campbell, Ensign, muster-master
(1760), 4. 385, 388.

Campbell, Major, in campaign of
1760, 4. 407.

Campbell, A. Hume-, prize cases
(1748-55), 5. 90-101.

Campbell, Arthur, letter to Madison
(1787) on western affairs, 17. 454.

Campbell, Colin, in Boston society,
10. 32.

Campbell, Cornelius, death, 14. 17.

Campbell, Col. Donald, in assault on
Quebec, 2. 293.

Campbell, Douglas, on Spain and
Am., 8. 34; on toleration in Hol-
land, 410 n.-412 n.

Campbell, Lieut. Dugald, accounts,
3. 83.

Campbell, Duncan, Boston book-
seller (1693-97), 9. 512, 10. 542,
17. 42.

Campbell, Elizabeth (Murray) fMrs.
Smith, Mrs. Inman], 10. 40.

Campbell, Com. Hugh F., Rogers on
(1815), 4. 208.

Campbell, Isaac, killed at Wyoming
(1778), 3. 345.

Campbell, James C, as travelling
companion (1836), 7. 276, 289.

Campbell, Jenny [Mrs. McKeen], 2.
449.

Campbell, Rev. John, on minister's
library at Oxford, Mass., 16. 37 n.

Campbell, John, of Cherry Valley
(1777), 2. 447; (1762), 7. 391.

Campbell, Gen. John, letter from
Duke of Pachmond (1786) on N. S.
military, 3. 73; commands inN. S.,
75; and Ed. Winslow, Jr., 83; at
funeral of Ed. Winslow, Sr., 93.



Campbell, John, letter to Madison
(1787) on western affairs, 17. 454.

Campbell, John, 1st baron, ignores last
royal veto, 5. 160.

Campbell, Lieut. (?) Moses, at siege
of Boston, 9. 57.

Campbell, Neil, death, 14. 18.

Campbell, Robert, consul at Genoa,
19. 457.

Campbell, Col. Samuel, of Cherry Val-
ley, 2. 447-449.

Campbell, Thomas, on James Bram-
ston, 4. 318.

Campbell, Lord William, in Boston
society, 10. 34.

Campbell, Capt. (?) William, at siege
of Boston, 9. 75.

Campbell, Gen. William, death (1781) ,
19. 140.

Campbell, William Wilfred, poem on
Cabot, 12. 4.

Campfield, Jabez, journal of Sulli-
van's expedition, 2. 437.

Canada, oyer and terminer in, 1.
65; question of appointments for
(1784), 3. 78-81; results in Eu-
rope of Cartier's voyages, 7. 298-
312; voyages not followed up,
312; fishing voyages, 313; La
Pioche's attempts, 314-315; Fenian
raids and Treaty of Washington,
8. 18; Am. army in (1776), 10.
497-499, 18. 430-431; papers on
expedition against (1747), 12. 45-
50; McLeod case (1842), 14. 411-
412; and Indians, 17. 8; and
peace negotiations (1782), 413,
19. 161; maps (1756), 18. 399.
See also New France, Xortheast-
em boundary, St. Lawrence Gulf,
Quebec, and wars by name.

Canadine, Thomas, exile in Amster-
dam (1607), 6. 50.

Canajoharie, N. Y., in 1778. 2. 445,458.

Canale, Michele G., on Agnese's at-
lases, 11. 374.

Canals, Richmond (1804), 2. 19, 20;
Santee, 29; Ohio River, 7. 287.

Canandaigua, N. Y. (1814). 6. 259.

Canby, William J., on origin of Am.
flag, 1. 29.

Candag, John, of Charlestown (1677),
7. 169.

Caner, Rev. Henry, in Boston so-
ciety, 10. 33; plundered before
evacuation, 96; absentee loyalist,
163; confiscated estate, 170, 11.
237, 311; letter of, made public,
10. 417; Pelham's mezzotint, 18.
238.



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Canfield, , tavern-keeper at Mid-

dletown (1795), 3. 48.

Canfield, Penelope S. (Lincoln), gift to
M.H.S., 6. 421.

Canning, George, J. Q. Adams on
(1810), 10. 378, 380; Monroe on
advances of (1823), 15. 375;
Adams on purpose of proposals,
377; reply to, 381, 383-392;
change in attitude, 382; letters to
Rush and Rush's letters on, 412-
436.

Canning, Sir Stratford, on Boston,
19. 502.

Canno, Juan Sebastian del, Cabot
mappe-monde on, 6. 330, 331.

Canonicus, Mass. mission to (1636),
16. 484.

Canterbury, Archbishop of, and
colonial notaries public, 16. 44,
45 n.

Canterbury, Brit, war-ship (1749), 5.
92.

Canton, Mass., map (1725), 2. 261;
Suffolk Convention house, 4. 238;
Doty's Tavern, 10. 47.

Canton Historical Society, photogs.
of members, 5. 451.

Cap Haitien. See Cape Frangais.

Cape Ann, on early map, 1. 212.

Cape Fear Gazette displays royal arms,
4. 249.

Cape Fear Mercury displays royal
arms, 4. 249.

Cape Frangais, Haiti, conditions
(1785), 2. 308; siege by blacks,
320, 331 ; government and citizens,
326; massacre by citizens, 327-
328; revolt of artillery company,
328-330; futile sortie, 332, 333 n.;
anecdote of guard duty, 333 n. ;
question of provisions, 334 ; earth-
quake, 334 n. ; claim of Am. mer-
chants, 335-338; massacre by
blacks, 338-341, 343; escape of
Americans, 341-343; their return
for clothes, 343-347; destruction
of fugitives, 347-348, 352 ; plunder-
ing and burning, 348-349 ; plan to
seek commissioner, 349; flight of
ships from harbor, 350 ; conditions
after massacre, 358-367; fate of
captured whites, 370.

Cape Porpoise Islands, Me., Mave-
rick's account (1660), 1. 233.

Capellen, Johan Derk van der, letter
to Rich. Price (1777) on Dutch
mercenaries, transl. of Price's war
pamphlets, 17. 313; biog. note,
313 n.



Capen, Edward, Commencement

spread (1842), 5. 236.
Capen, Elmer H., at Frothingham's

funeral, 1. 392 ; on L. R. Paige,

15. 247, 253.

Capen, Rev. Joseph, elegy on John
Foster (1681), 8. 389-392; preface
to Mather's Cases of Conscience,
17. 40; witnesses Foster's will, 19.
59.

Capen, Lemuel, 5. 236.

Capital, Federal, question (1788), 15.
122; comment on location (1790),
135.

Capons, Edward, of Dorchester
■(1728), 6. 487.

Capons, Samuel, of Dorchester (1728),
6. 487.

Capron, Samuel, at Am. camp (1775),
9. 59.

Cardiff Giant, exposure of fraud, 16.
474-475.

Carey, Sarah [Mrs. Jenny], 17. 174.

Carillon, Fort. See Ticonderoga.

Carl Hendrick Wr angel, prize case
(1748), 5. 89-90.

Carleton. See also Carlton.

Carleton, Sir Guy. See Dorchester.

Carleton, J. (1779), 3. 378.

Carleton, Thomas, and land grants
to loyalists, 3. 67; letters from
Duke of Kent (1796-99) on N.
Brun. military affairs, 70-73 ; from
Dorchester (1787) on N. Brun.
boundaries and post, 75; (1788) on
N. Brun. bishopric, 76; and ap-
pointment to Quebec (1784), 79,
80; toN. Brun., 80.

Carley, Sergeant James, death at
Louisburg (1745), 11. 432.

Carley, Peter, death at Louisburg
(1745), 11. 443.



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