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Carlisle, Allen [Mrs. Ivingsland], 17.
178.

Carlislfe, Elizabeth [Mrs. Smith], 17.
180.

Carlisle, James, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 181.

Carlisle, Capt. John, in Phips's Quebec
expedition, 15. 307.

Carlton. See also Charlton.

Carlton, Edward, as creditor of Gov.
Winthrop, 7. 132.

Carlton, William T., bequest to
M.H.S., 5. 332.

Carlyle, Thomas, compared with
Emerson, 2. 109; accepts spuriovis
Montcalm letters, 3. 202; G. E.
Ellis on, 10. 215, 236; overbearing,

16. 470.



CARMICHAEL-CARTER



73



Carmichael, William, at Spanish court,

5. 18.
Carne, James, Boston physician

(1686), 13. 269.
Carnegie, Andrew, gift to Scotch

universities, 15. 226.
Garner, John, non-consumption agree-
ment (1786), 8. 496.
Games, Joseph, at Boston dinner

(1776), 10. 103.
Games, Mary [Mrs. Mine], 14. 76.
Garney. See Came.
Carnival at Rome (1830), 19. 453.
Carnot, Marie F. S., assassination, 15.

184, 185.
Carolina, proprietary seal, 2. 66; cam-
paign (1780-82), 19. 112, 113, 116-
128, 132-135, 138-141, 144, 147-
149, 155, 158, 159, 166. See also
North Carolina, South Carolina.
Caroline, Am. ship (1842), 9. 202.
Caroline affair, R. H. Dana on, 6. 399.
Caroll, Capt. John, in Phips's Quebec
expedition, 15. 299.

Carpenter, , of Conn., killed at

siege of Boston, 7. 404.
Carpenter, Agnes [Mrs. Fuller], 17.

174.
Carpenter, Alexander, exile in Am-
sterdam (1600), 6. 50; Pilgrim at
Leyden, 17. 173.
Carpenter, Alice [Mrs, Southworth],

17. 176.
Carpenter, Charles C, acknowledg-
ment to, 6. 377.
Carpenter, Sergeant Joshua, at siege

of Boston, 9. 76, 89.
Carpenter, Juliana [Mrs. Morton], 17.

175.
Carpenter, Oliver, killed at siege of

Boston, 9. 51.
Carpenter, Priscilla, Pilgrim at Ley-
den, 17. 173.
Carpenter, Priscilla [Mrs. Walker], 13.

303.
Carpenter, Robert W., gift to M-H.S.,

2. 394.
Carpenter Tavem, Foxborough, view,

2. 394.
Carr, Dabney, and intercolon. Coms.

of Corresp., 4. 82.
Carr, George, petition (1637), 3. 199.
Carr, Lucien, elected a member
M.H.S., 11. 417; Admission of
Mo., 13. 448-454; remarks, 14. 176.
Carr, Maurice. See Kerr.
Carr, Patrick. See Boston Massacre.
Carr, Samuel, account with Jefferson

(1817), 6. 174-175.
Carrey. See also Gary.



Carrey, , of Braintree, death of

twins (1700), 14. 19.
Carriages, list of Bostonians keeping

(1768), 1. 225.
Carrier, Thomas, witchcraft petition,

1. 110.
Carrington, Edward, letters to Jef-
ferson (1787-88), 17. 457, 462, 480,
496-501 [see Jefferson]; to Madison
(1787), 468-471, 475 [see Madison].
Carrington, Henry Beebee, on size
of Continental army, 2. 206, 221-
224.
Carrington, Paul, Federalist (1787),

17. 479.
Carroll. See also Caroll.
Carroll, Charles, com. on instructing
envoys, 1. 61; and vote on Inde-
pendence, 276; use of "of Carroll-
ton," 276 n.; Signer, 282; in
1804, 2. 16; Sully's port., 261, 3.
282; and R. C. Winthrop, 4. 305;
and ratification of Constitution, 17.
484, 504 ; in Canada (1776), 18. 431.
Carroll, Daniel, letter to Madison
(1787) on Md. and Constitution, 17.
484.
Carroll, Bishop John, and Jon. Mason,
^ 2- 1-1. . .
Carron, Emile, on privateering and

Convention of Paris (1856), 1. 25.
Carruth, Anna F. [Mrs. Hill], 11. 192.
Carruth, Nathan, 15. 56.
Carruth, Sarah A. (Pratt I Porter),

15. 56.
Carswell, Samuel, and commissary-
generalship, 20. 351.
Carter, Ehza Eppes (Gutts), 16.

317 n., 421.
Carter, Hannah [Mrs. Smith], 16.

317 n.
Garter, J., escape from Gape Frangais,

2. 341 n.
Carter, James G., Commencement
part (1820), 5. 187; biog. note,
187 n.
Garter, Capt. John, funeral (1692), 7.
163; fast-day recalcitrant (1686),
13. 262, 263.
Garter, John, at Harvard Commence-
ment (1828), 5._ 199.
Garter, Joshua, biog. note, 16. 317 n.
Carter, Mary [Mrs. Gutts], 16. 317 n.
Carter, Nathaniel [1], as genealo-
gist, 16. 317; mentioned in J. Q.
Adams's diary, 317, 326, 330, 362,
365, 421, 425, 428, 445, 448, 452.
Carter, Nathaniel [2], 16. 317 n., 321,

421.
Carter, Polly, 16. 421.



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CARTER-CASTLEREAGH



Carter, Robert, at Plymouth (1621),
5.35.

Carter, Robert, at Fort Dummer
(1724), 6. 366.

Carter, Robert, Pioneer Magazine,
11. 80.

Carter, Samuel, Jr., death (1678), 7.
170.

Carter, Lieut. Stephen, at Cherry
Valley, 2. 447, 452, 457; at Fort
Sullivan, 464 ; on furlough, 477.

Carter, Rev. Thomas, at Woburn, 2.
47; death, 13. 410.

Carter, Capt. Thomas, in Phips's
Quebec expedition, 15. 299, 306,
308.

Carteret, Sir George, grant of Ba-
hamas, 13. 15.

Cartier, Jacques, cartog. results of
explorations, 7. 298-315; own
maps, 299, 311; Bref Re'cit of sec-
ond voyage, 300; Ramusio's ac-
count, 303; derivatives from it,
303; Relation originale, 304;
cartog. development of stories
of Great Lakes, 307-309; influ-
ence on Northwest Passage theory,
309; voyages not followed up,
312-314; anticipations of his voy-
ages, 8. 67-78 [see St. Lawrence
Gulf].

Cartography. See Maps.

Cartwright, Frances D., 19. 459.

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

Cartwright, Michael, petition (1637),
3. 199.

Cartwright, Thomas Brewster's copy
of Harmonia Evangelica, 3. 261,
266 ; Confutation of Rhemists Trans-
lation and Proverbia Salomonis
printed by Brewster, 264.

Carver, Caleb, Jr., loyalist refugee, 2.
234.

Carver Caleb [3], loyalist refugee, 2.
235.

Carver, Mrs. Catharine, Pilgrim at
Leyden, 17. 173.

Carver, Gov. John, executor of Mul-
lin's will, 5. 34, 35; name of father,
10. 258; Pilgrim at Leyden, 17. 173.

Carver, John, loyalist refugee, 2. 234.

Gary. See also Carrey.

Gary, Isaac H., paper owned by, com-
municated, 14. 150.

Gary, Sergeant Jonathan, at Ticonder-
oga (1776), 6. 86.

Gary, Jonathan, works on Boston de-
fences (1814), 14. 151; character-
ized, 153.



Gary, Nathaniel, and importation of
tea, 10. 80; exiled from Boston
(1776), 102.

Gary, Mrs. Nathaniel, accused of
witchcraft (1692), 7. 161.

Gary, Robert, and alleged Sharpless
ports., 3. 136, 179, 181-183.

Gary, Samuel, Commencement part
(1804), 5. 169; biog. note, 169 n.

Gary, Rev. Thomas, biog. note, 16.
319 n.; as preacher, 319, 322, 329,
355, 365, 371, 374; mentioned,
334, 353, 362; illness, 384, 387,
393, 416, 448.

Gary, Z. E., gift to M.H.S., 1. 131.

Caryl, George, graduates, 16. 440.

Casares, David, in Yucatan, 20. 413.

Gasas, Bartolome de las, Prescott's
copy of Indies, 1. 222; and Indian
slavery, 8. 46; and Columbus, 49.

Gasco Bay, Me., Maverick's account
(1660), 1. 232; Indian raids (1690),
7. 154 ; (1730), 14. 29 ; settlers from
Bahamas (1686), 13. 15 n., 270.

Case of the Gov. and Council (1715),

15. 356-362.

Casey, Capta?«,ofNewburyport(1787),

16. 360, 387.

Casey, James, in campaign of 1760,
5. 360, 361.

Casgrain, Henri Raymond, descrip-
tion of L6vis Papers, 4. 92-100;
studies on Acadia, 100; reprinted
M.H.S. paper, 6. 223; elected a
corresp. member M.H. S., 350; ac-
cepts, 7. 6; on Parkman as ration-
alist, 8. 541; M.H.S. tribute to,

19. 200.

Cass, Lewis, on Alex. Vattemare, 1.

•263; Harvard LL.D. (1836), 5. 218;

Archer's opinion of, 7. 292 ;. hist.

unimportance of defeat (1848), 11.

112.

Cassasinamon, agreement with Pe-
quot (1651), 5. 288; petitions
(1669), 292, 293; Nameag chief
(1648), 8. 10.

Gassel, archives on Am. Rev., 3. 220.

Cassignards, , experience in Gape

Frangais massacre, 2. 361 ?i.

Gastel, M., exile in Amsterdam, 6. 51.

Gastelar, Emilio, and plan for Co-
lumbus quater-centenary, 1. 363.

Castillo y Rada, Jos6 M., as official,

20. 38(3.

Castillo, Pedro de, and Menendez, 8.
433, 436, 453, 458.

Castle William. See Boston Harbor.

Castlereagh, Robert Stewart, vis-
count, letters to G. D. Ludlow



CASTLETO"^T^-CHADBOURN



75



(1807) on letters of marque, 3.
77; J. Q. Adams on (1810), 10.
378 380

Castletown', Vt. (1776), 6. 83, 87.

Caswell, Henry, Boston merchant
(1745), 9. 408.

Catalogues, of M.H. S. Cabinet, 1.
173, 2. 72, 74, 76, 87, 5. 450, 452,
6. 219, 220; of M.H.S. Library,
207,217,8.324,20.83; early book,
printed in Boston, 10. 540-547, 17.
41-43. See also Books.

Catania, in 1829, 19. 451.

Cathalan, Stephen, letter from Jef-
ferson (1816), 12. 268.

Catharine II. of Russia, rumor of
death (1781), 19. 128.

Catharine's Town, destroyed by Sul-
livan's expedition, 2. 466, 471.

Gather ina, prize case (1752), 5. 98-99.

Catherine of Braganza, dowry, 5. 28 n.

Catholic Emancipation Bill, attitude
of George IV., 5. 161.

Catholicism, and discovery of
America, 8. 30-38; archives on
Am. history, 11. 272-277; hist,
importance of Papacy, 13. 94;
mass in Sistine Chapel (1829),
19. 449 ; Benedictine convent at Ca-
tania ( 1829) ,451. See also Religion.

Catlett, Ann (Fairfax), 19. 378.

Catlett, Charles I., of Alexandria, 19.
378, 381.

Catlin, Benjamin, captured at Que-
bec, 2. 295.

Catlin, George, picture of Va. Con-
ven. of 1829, 4. 305. _

Caton, , sea-captain (1765), 16.

200.

Caton, , tavern-keeper at An-
napolis (1804), 2. 15, 33.

Caton, Elizabeth, appearance (1830),
19. 464.

Caton, Richard, family, 2. 16, 16 n.

Cattapesett, Indian, deed (1679), 5.

294.
"Caulkins, Frances Manwaring,
reprinted M.H.S. paper, 6. 223.

Cave, Edward, report of debates in
Parliament, 2. 162.

Cavelier, Jean, journal, 6. 392.

Cavendish, Vt. (1776), 6. 82, 87.

Cavour, Camillo Benso, conte di,
anecdotes of, 16. 469.

Cawcumsquissick, R. I. (1645), 8.
11 n.

Cazneau, Miss, impressions of (1787),
16. 352, 362 n. ; mentioned in J. Q.
Adams's diary, 362, 365, 373, 381 ;

. Adams on, 397; liis verses-on, 405.



Cazneau, Mrs., of Newbuiyport

(1788), 16. 373.
Cazneau, Captain (1788), 16. 387.
Cazneau, Andrew, on L. I. (1778),

2. 236; addresses to Hutchinson

and Gage (1774), 14. 50 n., 51 n. ;

career, 91-92.
Cazneau, Andrew [b. 1810], autog.,

14. 91; career, 91-93.
Cazneau, Edward, loyalist, 14. 92.
Cazneau, Hannah M. [Mrs. Blaney],

14. 93n.
Cazneau, Rebecca [TVIrs. AUine], 14.

78.
Cazneau, William, loyalist, 14. 92 .
Cecilia, brig (1846), 7. 321.

Ceeley, , patent, 1. 232.

Celts, migrations, 12. 108-110.
Cennick, Rev. John, and Moravian-
ism, 10. 302.
Censorship of press. See Press.
Cent Society, origin and purpose, 2.

105.
Centenary of M.H.S., question of

date, 5. 281-284, 347; arrange-
ments, 430, 6. 175, 196, 203, 214;

bibliography, 203-249, 343-349 ;

Pres. Ellis's address, 268-270;

prayer, 270; Winthrop's address,

271-274; anthem, 275; Higgin-

son's address, 275-283; doxology,

283; benediction, 283; reception,

284 ; attendance, 284.
Centennial Exposition, Mass. exhibit,

11. 347-348.
Central America, jadeite relics of

Asian origin, 2. 170-171.
Central House, Plymouth, Mass., 3.

402 n.
Cerebus, Brit, war-ship (1775), 10. 93.
Ceriani, Abbe Antonio, and Maiollo

map, 8. 76.
Cervantes, Miguel de. See Don

Quixote.
Cevallos, Pedro, and U. S., 5. 21,

24, 32.
Ceylon, Cabot mappe-monde on, 6.

339.

Chabaud, , Haitian planter, 2.

• 372 n.

Chace. See also Chase.

Chace, Samuel, justice of peace

(1764), 18. 261.
"Chace," Savage's engraving, 19.

10, 17.
Chachanump, Scatacook Indian, 6.

379
Chad.' See Chads.
Chadbourn, Captain, in campaign of

1760, 5. 361.



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CHADBOURNE-CHAMBERLAIN



Chadbourne, Elizabeth S. (Page), 18.

452.
Chadbourne, Paul Ansel, Memoir by

J. M. Barker, 18. 448-453; port.

and AUTOG., 448; interests, 448,

450; birth, 449, 452; in M.H.S.,

449; ancestry, 449; training, 449;

as president of colleges, 450, 453;

inaugural address, 451-452; traits,

452, 453; and Garfield, 452; mar-
riage and cliildren, 452; honorary

degrees, 453.
Chadder, , sea-captain (1717), 8.

218.
Chadock, Philip, at Bahamas (1650),

13. 14.
Chads, Capt. James, at Boston (1775),

10. 93.
Chadwick, Bowman, birth, 7. 387.
Chadwick, Rev. John W., on O. B.

Frothingham, 10. 527; hymn, 17.

140.
Chadwick, Joseph, of Brookfield

(1762), 7. 386, 387, 389.
Chagford, whahng-sloop (1767), 10. 15.
Chailley-Bert, Joseph, on Javanese,

17. 6.
Challong, Henry, voyage and capture

(1806), 2. 37.
Chalmers, George, on colonies and

habeas corpus act of 1679, 8. 233.
Chalmers, Thomas, and Unitarians,

10. 220.
Chamberlain. See also Chamberlaine,

Chamberlin.
Chamberlain, Abigail (Hasey),20. 119.
Chamberlain, Daniel Henry, elected

a member M.H.S., 13. 448; list of

pubhcations (1901-05), 15. 29, 17.

213, 19. 204; remarks, 16. 125,

232; Hist, conception of U. S.

Constitution, 151-173, 18. 397,

20. 477-489; on G. B. Chase, 16.

237-238; and memoir of G. B.

Chase, 250, 17. 116; on C. F.

Adams's visit to Charleston, 93;

authorized to represent M.H.S.,

383 ; on Edw. McCrady, 18. 13-22 ;

remarks on negro question, 398;

death, 20. xviii; on an Eng.

Bunker's Hill, 474-477; corresp.

with Goldwin Smith on Union, 484-

489 ; on Stevens Catalogue-Index,

556-559.
Chamberlain, Jacob, 20. 119.
Chamberlain, John, recruit (1758),

6. 25.
Chamberlain, Joseph, growth of in-
fluence, 14. 314, 317; Gladstone's

opinion (1877), 318.



Chamberlain, Martha A. (Putnam),
14. 272, 20. 120-121.

Chamberlain, Mary (Foster), 20.
119.

Chamberlain, Mellen [Communica-
tions follow], list of publications
(1884-99), 1. 170, 3. 279, 4. 106,

5. 439, 13. 66; on com. to pub.
Sewall Letter-Book, 1. 180,4. 191,
343; elected to Council M.H.S.
(1885-87), 2. 80, 404, 3. 298;
remarks, 2. 88, 305, 6. 21, 196, 8.
235, 274, 519, 9. 196, 10. 440, 462,
11. 24, 74, 209, 12. 195, 13. 156;
presents letters of Priestley, 3. 12;
on com. on index to foreign docs,
on Am. Rev., 159; report, 178;
on Library Com. (1887, '91, '94),
3. 318, 6. 351, 8. 504; reports
(1891, '94), er. 417, 9. 37; re-
port on Parkman MSS., 4. 44-46;
on com. on binding Winthrop MSS.,
65; on Nominating Com. (1888,
'92), 77, 7. 335; reports, 4. 118,
7. 382; presents report of Council
(1888), 4. 105-107; on com. on
MS. of Am. Rev., 236; on com. on
amending by-laws, 372; report,
409-411 ; remarks on Otis's speech,

6. 196; reprinted M.H.S. papers,
223-224 ; on com. to pub. Belcher
Papers, 8. 52; on com. to pub.
Bowdoin Papers, 518; card on
D. S. Gilchrist (1860), 14. 85 n.;
M.H.S. tributes to, 264, 271-281;
in M.H.S., 264, 278, 20. 128-139;
birth, 14. 271, 20. 119; education,
14. 272, 20. 119; law student,
tutor, teacher, 14. 272, 20. 120;
marriage, 14. 272, 20. 120; con-
veyancer, 14. 272, 20. 121; in legis-
lature, 14. 273, 20. 122; judge,
14. 273, 20. 122; collection of
autogs., 14. 273, 279, 20. 125-127;
historian, 14. 274, 280; Librarian
of Boston Public Library, 14. 274,
20. 123-125; home life, 14. 276,
20. 121; "History of Chelsea," 14.
276, 280, 15. 25, 18. 62, 20. 145-
146; John Adams, 14. 276, 20.
139-142; character, 14. 276, 277;
range of reading, 277, 278; social
life, 278, 20. 145; writings and
style. 280, 281, 20. 142-144; death,
14. 281, 20. 145; honorary degree,
14. 281, 20. 120; Memoir by H. W.
Haynes, 119-146; port. and
AUTOG., 119; ancestry, 119;
abroad, 122 ; authority on autogs.,
127; on relig. cause of Am. Rev.,



CHAMBERLAIN-CHAMBLY



77



140-142; societies, 144. See also
Chamberlain Bequest.

Communications: Signing of
Declaration of Independence,
1. 272-298, 3. 370; Maverick's
HOUSE, 1. 366-373; on Bellomont's
occupancy of Province House, 2.
122-131; Dearborn's journal, 275-
305; on case of longevity, 3. 369;
on new ed. of Mass. Colon. Laws,
371-372; on new hist, school and
errors in Johnston's Connecticut,
372, 5. 264-278; on Saml. Adams
and fisheries (1779-81), 4. 48-50; on
Mass. intercolon. Com. of Corresp.,
82-84; on Saml. Adams's misuse
of public money, 141; on London
Gazette, 291 ; on nat. holidays, 372;
on Alex. Johnston's hist, activity,

5. 33; on Spanish Main, 114; on
sale of Aspinwall-Barlow Library,
166, 313-320; on John Dickinson,

6. 72 ; memorial of Daniel Leonard,
251-257, 399-400; on Natl. Rogers,
400-402; memorial of Capt. Chas.
Cochraine, 433-442, 519; on Hor-
ace Walpole, 7. 10; on Hutchin-
son's materials for last vol., 19;
Gov. WiNTHROP's estate, 127-
143; Genesis of Mass. towns,
214-242; on Waters- Winthrop
map, 338; Talcott Papers, 8.
19, 123-139; on Span, rule in Am.,
52, 53, 12. 69; on transfer of Mass.
charter, 8. 108-112; on printing
hist, papers, 518; findings of
Middlesex grand jury (1753),
9. 17; on Mass. donation to S. C.
(1781), 105; on relief of Boston
Port Bill sufferers, 106-107; diary
of Saml. Holten, 10. 463-465;
Nicholson's relation on state of
country (1778), 464-465; on MS. of
Wm. Chamberlin, 503; Bowdoin
AND Temple Papers, 11. 286-299;
on Justin Winsor, 12. 36-40; on
social change in N. Eng. since
1850, 13. 396.

Chamberlain, Moses, 20. 119.

Chamberlain, Richard, justice of
peace (1686), 13. 231; clerk of
court, 243; and N. H. records,

264, 266; account of diabolical
performances, 14. 168-171.

Chamberlain, Samuel, and Shays's

Rebellion, 1. 301.
Chamberlain Bequest, origin, 14.

265, 280, 17. 227, 20. 145-146;
paid in, 18. 61; history, 276, 19.
211, 20. 215; account (1904), 18.



283; (1905), 19. 219; (1906), 20.
223.

Chamberlaine, Dr. Peter, grant of
Bahamas (1650), 13. 5; career, 30.

Chamberiin, Anna, birth, 12. 330.

Chamberlin, Edmund [1], of Chelms-
ford, children (1656), 12. 330.

Chamberlin, Edmund [2], baptized,
12. 325; birth, 330.

Chamberlin, Mrs. Edmund, 12. 324.

Chamberlin, Elizabeth, birth, 12.
330.

Chamberlin, Capt. Freedom, at siege
of Boston, 9. 53, 61.

Chamberlin, Lieut. Joel, at siege of
Boston, 9. 50, 53, 56, 59, 60, 64-66,
70, 73, 83, 85, 88, 90.

Chamberlin, John, birth, 12. 330.

Chamberlin, Joseph, land in N. H.,
10. 493.

Chamberlin, Mrs. Mary, joins
Chelmsford church (1656), 12. 325;
children, 330.

Chamberiin, Mary, birth, 12. 330.

Chamberlin, Mellen, father's biog.
letter to, 10. 491-502.

Chamberlin, Moses, illness (1767), 10.
492.

Chamberlin, Samuel, birth (? 1646),
12. 330.

Chamberlin, Samuel, illness (1767),
10. 492; inN. H., 493.

Chamberiin, Sarah, birth, 12. 330.

Chamberlin, Sibel [Mrs. Eastman],
10. 492 n.

Chamberlin, Thomas [1], removes to
Chelmsford (1655), 12. 324; chil-
dren, 330; on dismissal of mem-
bers, 331.

Chamberlin, Thomas [2], birth, 12.
330.

Chamberlin, Gen. William, later life,
10. 490; reminiscence of early
and army life, 491-506; siege of
Boston, 494-496; in Canada, 497-
499; Ticonderoga (1776), 499;
Trenton and after, 500-502; Ben-
nington, 502-506.

Chambers, Christopher, letter on
Declaratory Act (1766), 11. 446.

Chambers, Ezekiel F. , and tariff ( 1832) ,
19. 523.

Chambers, John, journal of Quebec
expedition, 2. 265.

Chambers, William, prize case (1746),
5. 89.

Chambliss, Nathaniel R., on burning
of Columbia, 15. 268, 271.

Chambly, Quebec, occupied (1760),
4. 400-401, 5. 375; news of cap-



CHAMPERNOWN-CHANNING



ture (1775), 7. 412; Am. retreat
from (1776), 10. 497.

Champernown, Francis, member of
Dudley's Council, 13. 228; and
Barefoot, 19. 292.

Champford, Baron de, and meeting
at Cape Fran?ais, 2. 329-330.

Champion, Lieut. Henry, at siege of
Boston, 7. 412, 9. Cy2.

Champlain, Samuel de, on settlement
on St. Croix Island, 3. 353-35.5.

Champney, , of Brookfield

(1762), 7. 387, 388.

Champney, John, innkeeper in Dor-
chester, 10. 46.

Champney, Sarah [Mrs. Philip], exile
in Amsterdam (1628), 6. 51.

Champneys, George, exile in Am-
sterdam (1603), 6. 64. ■_

Chancellor, James, physician (1657),

19. 291.

Chancellorsville, conduct of Devens,
7. 108-110; forces, 18. 443.

Chandler, Charles P., and Am. colony
at Gottingen, 12. 366.

Chandler, Edmond, Pilgrim at Ley-
den, 17. 177.

Chandler, Hannah [Mrs. Robbins], 3.
206.

Chandler, Isabella (Chilton), Pilgrim
at Leyden, 17. 177.

Chandler, John [1] [d. 1763], and Dr.
Wm. Douglass, 1. 45.

Chandler, John [2], in Boston society,

10. 34 ; and John Rowe, 44.
Chandler, John [3], buys slave (1769),

3. 321.
Chandler, John [d. 1846], as general,

20. 363.

Chandler, Mary (Dane), 3. 206.

Chandler, Nathaniel, witnesses bill of
sale of slave (1769), 3. 321.

Chandler, Peleg Whitman, M.H.S.
tributes to, 4. 377, 382, 5. 438;
death, 4. 377; memoir assigned to
C. H. Dunbar, 5.2; on Judge Bige-
low, 473, 477; memoir of Gov.
Andrew, 6. 209; reprinted M.H.S.
papers, 224; junior member
M.H.S., 9. 94; and G. O. Shattuck,

11. 269, 14. 364.

Chandler, Roger, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 177.

Chandler, Rufus, addresses to Hutch-
inson and Gage (1774), 14. 50 n.,
51 n.

Chandler, Sabine, prize case (1750),
5. 96.

Chandler, Samuel, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 181.



Chandler, Sarah, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 181.

Chandler, Sarah, gift to M.H.S.,
6. 66.

Chandler, Lieut.-Col. Thomas, at
Louisburg (1745), 11. 420, 424,
431.^

Chandler, Thomas [H. C. 1787], 16.
451; J. Q. Adams's chara6teriza-
tion, 451 n.

Chandler, Thomas B., and N. S.
bishopric, 3. 76.

Chandler, William, 3. 206.

Chaney, George L., on H. W. Foote,
8. 247.

Chanler, John H., and tax on coat
armor, 14. 429.

Channing, Edward [Communications
follow], elected a member M.H.S.,
1. 359; accepts, 360; presents
facsims. of Dyer MSS., 2. 71; list
of publications (1886-1906), 2. 391,
6. 404, 8. 185, 9. 23, 10. 121, 11.
317, 12. 175, 20. 207; presents
photogs. of flags, 3. 8; on com. on
Parkman MSS., 153; on com. to
pub. Winthrop Papers, 202, 7. 461 ;
on Nominating Com. (1888, 1900),
4. 77, 14. 1; reports, 4. 118, 14.
145; junior member M.H.S., 9.
94; remarks, 10. 462, 11. 74, 12.
112, 13. 129, 424, 14. 153, 15. 24,
105, 16. 125, 17. 438, 18. 400, 471;
and proposed memorial ed. of
Bradford and Winthrop, 12. 260;
on advisory com. on Hart's co-
operative history, 15. 493; Hist,
of U. S., 19. 273; on com. to pub.
Bowdoin Papers, 20. 201; presents
gift from heirs of P. T. Jackson,
590.

Communications: on inconven-
ience of Brit. MSS. Commission's
Reports, 2. 39; on use of "meeting-
house," 102; papers on Atherton
Co., 150-152; on emigration of
Southern loyalists (1782), 3. 94; on
Doyle's English in America, 221 ; let-
ter on Northern boundary, 369 ; on
Chas. Deane, 5. 135-136; desires
general table of contents of publi-
cations, 14. 148; on map of North-
west Territory (1785), 167; on con-
dition of site of Jamestown, 175;
on Randolph gathering at Tucka-
hoe, 209-211; on Cromwell's W.
Indian expedition, 211-212; on
Toppan's Memoir of Randolph, 15.
109; on S. R. Gardiner, 16. 11-13;
on a runic inscription mentioning



CHANNING-CHARLESTON



79



Vinland, 272-273; on course and
landing of Pilgrims at Plymouth,
17. 381 ; on colon, punishments,
19. 190.

Channing, Edward T., Harvard
LL.D. (1847), 5. 253; BK oration
(1818), 9. 116; biog. note, 116 n.

Channing, John, of Newport, 7. 345.

Channing, Lucy (Ellery), 16. 432,
432 n.

Channing, William, 16. 432.

Channing, William Ellery, as
preacher, 2. 110; influence on
David Sears, 418; and J. F. Clarke,
4. 325; Harvard D.D. (1820), 5.
187; southron's opinion of, 7. 291;
Q BK prayer (1812), 9. 114; biog.
note, 114 n.; sermons, 19. 357;
opposition to associations, 364;
popularity in England, 466.

Channing, William Henry, Com-
mencement part (1829), 5. 200;
biog. note, 200 n.; MSS. of, re-
turned to family, 11.. 332.

Chapin. See also Chaplin.

Chapin, , of Chicago (1836), 7.

293.

Chapin, Caleb, at Fort Dummer
(1724), 6. 366.

Chapin, Chester W., in Mass. Con-
ven. (1853), 18. 34.

Chapin, Edwin H., and Frothingham,
1. 387; Harvard A. M. (1845), 5.
248.

Chapin, H., gift to M.H.S., 11. 333.

Chaplin. See also Chapin.

Chaplin, , works on records

(1686), 13. 271.

Chaplin, Rev. Daniel, 3. 320; Har-
vard D.D. (1817), 5. 183; sermons
at Groton (1778-79), 12. 92-100.

Chaplin, Elizabeth (Crane), 1. 137.

Chaplin, Sarah [Mrs. Rockwood], 3.
320.

Chaplin, Susanna (Prescott), 3. 320.

ChapUn, William, of Eng., 1. 137.

Chapman, , of Va. (1781), 6.

146.

Chapman, Reverend, of N. J., at siege
of Boston, 7. 405.

Chapman, Asa, at siege of Boston, 9.
43 ; death there, 67.

Chapman, Asa, killed at Wyoming
(1778), 3. 345.

Chapman, Capt. Elijah, at siege of
Yorktown, 6. 156.

Chapman, George, Master's oration
(1831), 5. 206 n.

Chapman, Ca-pt. James, at siege of
Boston, 9. 59, 89.



Chapman, Jonathan, Commencement
part (1825) and biog. note, 5. 193,
193 n.; Master's oration (1828),
198.

Chapman, Livewell, London book-
seller (1655), 12. 218.

Chapman, Richard M., Commence-
ment part (1832) and biog. note,
5. 208, 208 n.

Chappel, Alonzo, port, of Abbott
Lawrence, 2. 395.

Chappell, George, acknowledgment
of debt (1650), 5. 288.

Chapt, Pierre de. *See La Come.

Charcoal Town, N. J. (1779), 2. 475.

Charity, public, F. E. Parker and



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