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Clark, Captain, at Cape Frangais
(1793), 2. 343.

Clark, Lieutenant, in campaign of
1760, 4. 390.

Clark, Sergeant, of Conn., at siege
of Boston, 9. 41, 49, 64, 71, 72, 79,
80, 86, 88, 89.

Clark, Abraham, Signer, 1. 282.

Clark, Andrew, in Boston society (c.
1768), 10. 39.

Clark, Rev. Andrew [Ox. U. 1879], ac-
knowledgment to, 8. 344.

Clark, Benjamin, absentee loyalist,

10. 163.

Clark, Benjamin, Boston juror (1789),
19. 180.

Clark, Charles E., gifts to M.H.S., 1.
223, 4. 109.

Clark, Christopher, purchases confis-
cated Boston estates, 10. 170, 184.

Clark, Daniel, complaint against
Fitch (1698), 5. 297.

Clark, Daniel, and Burr, 20. 297.

Clark, Ebenezer, innkeeper at Med-
field (1804), 2. 6,32; (1795), 3. 41.

Clark, F. W., photog. by, 6. 416.



Clark, Sir Francis, captured at Free-
man's Farm, 3. 107.

Clark, George Rogers, news of suc-
cess (1779), 3. 129; (1780), 19. 115.

Clark, Major Joel, at siege of Bos-
ton, 9. 45, 56, 62, 65, 67, 78, 79, 80,
87.

Clark, Dr. John [d. 1664], 3. 258;
port, transferred to Medical Li-
brary, 15. 26.

Clark, Dr. John [H. C. 1687], and
Council's -assumption of control
(1715), 15. 343-351; graduates,
17. 58.

Clark, Rev. John [H. C. 1690], death,
14. 23.

Clark, John, of Conn., letter to
Winthrop (1702), 5. 300.

Clark, John, of London, letter on
Declaratory Act (1766), 11. 446.

Clark, Dr. John, keeps a carriage
(1768), 1. 225.

Clark, John, of Conn., at siege of
Boston, 9. 42.

Clark, Lieut. John, of Mass., cap-
tured at Quebec, 2. 295.

Clark, John, Commencement part
(1816) and biog. note, 5. 181,
181 n.

Clark, Rev. Johii A., 3. 301.

Clark, John S., list of journals of Sul-
livan's expedition, 2. 440, 441.

Clark, Jonas, sea-captain (1692), 12.
284.

Clark, Jonas [? d. 1738], certificate of
church membership (1678), 11. 226.

Clark, Jonathan, at siege of Boston
(1775), 7. 410.

Clark, Joseph, of Braintree, death
(1708), 14. 26.

Clark, Miriam [Mrs. Mason], 2. 5.

Clark, Nathaniel, house, 3. 402 n.;
and Clark's Island (1687), 12. 346.

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

Clark, Thomas, immigrant (1623), 3.
402 n.

Clark, Thomas, of Ipswich, petition
(1637), 3. 199.

Clark, Rev. Thomas, preaches for
Mather (1676), 13. 367.

Clark, Lieut. Thomas, of Conn., com-
plaint (1699), 5. 298.

Clark, Walter, uedimus to (1687), 5.
295.

Clark, William, to hold court in
Hampshire Co. (1686), 13. 271.

Clark, William, justice of peace in
Suffolk Co. (1708), 16. 523.



CLARK-CLARKE



87



Clark, William [b. 1670], 8. 220; sub-
scribes to Merchants' Notes (1733),
17. 207.

Clark, Rev. William, on sufferings as
loyalist, 12. 153.

Clark University, services of G. F.
Hoar, 19. 260; of Stephen Salis-
bury, 20. 415.

Clarke. See also Clark, Clerk.

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

Clarke, Col. (?) Alured, in Boston
(1776), 10. 97.

Clarke, Anna (Huidekoper), 4. 325.

Clarke, Barnabas, 4. 47.

Clarke, David, at Fort Dummer
(1724), 6. 366.

Clarke, Edward, prize case (1752),
5. 98.

Clarke, Edward, guest of Old Colony
Club, 3. 392, 396, 401; biog. note,
404 n.

Clarke, Edward [H. C. 1788], men-
tioned in J. Q. Adams's diary
(1787-88), 16. 305, 313, 320, 407;
biog. note, 320 n. ; graduates, 440.

Clarke, Edward H., and F. E.
Walker, 3. 248.

Clarke, Elizabeth (Watson), 3. 404 n.

Clarke, George K., acknowledgment
to, 20. 596 n.

Clarke, Hepzibah [Mrs. Swan], 4. 47.

Clarke, James Freeman, Memoir
OF Wm. Newell, 1. 72-74; list
of publications (1884-86), 170, 2.
392; on John Brown, 1. 216-219,
2. 122; Memoir of R. W. Emer-
son, 107-117; remarks, 171, 305;
gifts to M.H.S., 3. 12, 283, 4.
46; on Mrs. Swan, 47-48; death,
143; M.H.S. tributes to, 144-147,
340; in M.H.S. , 144; in college,
145, 322; personal influence, 145;
as author, 146; and slavery, 146,
324, 325, 334; altruism, 146; Me-
moir by A. P. Peabody, 320-335;
ancestry and birth, 320; and
James Freeman, 320-321; char-
acter, 321; baptism, 321; educa-
tion, 321; and Margaret Fuller,
323; in Divinity School, 323;
teacher, 323 ; at Louisville, 324-325 ;
and duelling, 324; magazine ed-
iting, 324, 332; marriage, 325;
Boston church, 325-327, 331 ; and
Theo. Parker, 326; illness (1850),
326; decline, 327; death, 327; re-
ligion, 328-330 ; as preacher, 330-
331; as pastor, 331; writings, 332,
334-335; educ. services, 333; and



astronomy, 333; and Harvard,
333; honorary degree, 333; and
civic duties, 334; reprinted M.H.S.
paper, 6. 224; Autobiography, 404;
(p BK poem (1846), 9. 141, 141 n. ;
Henry Lee's characterization, 19.
252.

Clarke, Dr. John [d. 1676], of R. I.,
relig. persecution, 1. 242.

Clarke, John, of Townsend, in Am.
army (1775), 12. 106.

Clarke, John, port, presented, 4. 110;
memoir, 7. 122; and Boston Maga-
zine, 18. 326; article on Boston,
328; mentioned in Price letters,
17. 323, 335; letter to Rich. Price
(1786) on Mosaism, Adams, 345;
biog. note, 345 n.

Clarke, Joseph, of London (1665),

13. 19.

Clarke, Lucy [Mrs. Fiske], 16. 412 n.

Clarke, Martha (Curtis), 4. 47, 320.

Clarke, Nathaniel, works on Boston
defences (1814), 14. 152.

Clarke, Patty [Mrs. Harris], 16. 409,
409 n.

Clarke, Rebecca P. (Hull), 4. 320.

Clarke, Richard, short passage to
Eng, 10. 52 n. ; and Molasses
Act, 60; on com. on address
to Hutchinson (1771), 77; imports
tea (1773), 79; attack on house,
80; and Merchants' Notes (1733),
17. 191, 192, 196, 207.

Clarke, Samuel, of London, Commis-
sioner of Customs (1703), 4. 148.

Clarke, Samuel [1], of Boston, and
Wm. Dennie, 4. 47; death (1780),
320; purchases confiscated Boston
estate, 10. 166, 168.

Clarke, Samuel [2], 4. 320.

Clarke, Samuel, Philadelphia Naval
Officer, 20. 381.

Clarke, T., brief in prize case (1743),
5. 88.

Clarke, Thomas, of present Nashua,
house lot (1684), 9. 193, 194.

Clarke, Rev. Thomas, of Chelmsford,
death (1704), 1. 157, 14. 23.

Clarke, Thomas, Dep.-Sec. of Mass.
(1758), 6. 31.

Clarke, Thomas, of Roxbury, non-
consumption agreement (1786), 8.
497; candidacy for register (1791),

14. 72, 74 n.

Clarke, William, inventory of goods
of John Winthrop, Jr. (1635), 11.
4-6.

Clarke, William, of Plymouth, Indian
attack on house (1676), 13. 402.



CLARKE-CLINTON



Clarke family, coat of arms, 4.
109.

Clark's Island, Mass., facsim. of
original survey, 12. 346.

Clark's Tavern, Medfield, 19. 383.

Clarkson, Miss, of Philadelphia
(1804), 2. 13.

Clarkson, Matthew, Sec. of N. Y.
(1693), 12. 393.

Clarkson, Rebecca, record of mar-
riage to Storre (1619), 8. 510.

Class distinctions, and coat armor,
14. 428-429, 434; in colon. N.
Eng., 19. 175. See also Social
conditions.

Claussen, D., merchant at Messina, 7.
321.

Claverack, N. Y. (1777), 6. 100.

Clay, Cassius M., interference with
Eng. mission, 16. 465.

Clay, Clement C, and censure of
Stanberry (1832), 19. 524.

Clay, Henry, ports., 1. 31, 10. 126
Garrison on, 2. 424; and Texas, 3
326; nomination (1832), 5. 466
campaigns (1832, '44), 11. 131, 135
altercation with Choate, 133; and
Cuba (1825), 12. 361, 363; sepa-
rated senatorial elections, 13. 315;
and second Mo. Compromise, 450;
compromise tariff, 14. 356, 19.
514; papers, 18. 465; appearance
(1812), 19. 376; tariff clash with
Adams (1831), 508-510, 513; and
tariff of 1832, 523, 526; and Benton
526 n.

Clay, Joseph, and Wm. Duane, 20.
346, 347.

Clayes, Capt. (?) Elijah, court-martial
(1778), 3. 113.

Clayes, Capt. (?) Peter, in Va. cam-
paign (1781), 6. 135.

Claypoole. See also Clepole.

Claypoole, David C, prints Journals
of Cong., 3. 377.

Clayton. See also Cleaton.

Clayton, Augustin S., and Adams
(1832), 19. 519.

Clayton, John M., papers, 18. 338.

Cleaton, George, exile in Amsterdam,
6. 51.

Cleave, , and Franklin's affairs,

16. 195, 196.

Cleeve, George, claim to Wells (1648),

2. 157.
Cleford, Stephen, milit. watch (1689),

1. 162.
Cleisthenes, constitution, 6. 386.
Clement, Edward Henry, elected a
member M.H.S., 20. 22.



Clement, Gregory, grant of Bahamas

(1650), 13. 5; career, 30.
Clement, Jeremiah, of Norwich, at

Am. camp (1775), 9. 79.
Clemowe, Nicholas, of Eng., 1. 136.
Clepole, Elizabeth (Cromwell), 2. 256.
Clepole, Sir John, exploded coat of

arms, 2. 256; arms restored, 256.
Clepole, John [2], 2. 256.
Clerk. See also Clark, Clarke.
Clerk, Sergeant, at Cherry Valley, 2.

457.
Clerk, Anna [Mrs. Cocky], exile in

Amsterdam (1598), 6. 51.
Clerk, Elizabeth (Taylor), 6. 61.
Clerk, John, exile in Amsterdam

(1600), 6. 51.
Clerk, Capt. Thomas, of Boston, death

(1678), 7. 171.
Clerk, Ursula (Dean), 6. 51.
Clerk, W., exile in Amsterdam, 6. 51.
Cleaveland, Col. Samuel, attack on,

10. 89.
Cleveland. See also Cleaveland.
Cleveland, Charles, port., 3. 283;

longevity, 7. 346.
Cleveland, Grover, port., 2. 394; at

Harvard 250th anniversary, 3. 101 ;

Venezuelan diplomacy, 15. 191.
Cleveland, H. G., port., 3. 283.
Cleveland, Henry R., address on

music at Harvard (1840), 5. 230;

and Jackson's LL.D., 20. 510.
Cleveland, Moses, at Am. camp

(1775), 9. 89.
Cleveland, Sergt.-Major William, at

siege of Boston, 9. 57, 62.
Clevenger, Shobal V., bust of Web-
ster, 2. 265.
Cleverly, , of Braintree, death

(1703), 14. 22.
Cleverly, John, death of children

(1702, '08), 14. 21, 25._
Cleverly, Thomas F., on site of Wessa-

gusset, 7. 26.
Clifford. See also Cleford.
Clifiord, John Henry, Washington

Monument appeal, 2. 143; in

M.H.S. group pictures (1869), 3.

vii.; (1858), 6. 77; M.H.S. cir-
cular letter (1854), 213; at Ply-
mouth anniversary (1845), 10.

400; and L. F. Brigham, 16. 535.
Clift, Capt. Waterman, at siege of

Boston, 9. 47, 77.
Clifton. See also Clyfton.
Clifton, Francis (1665), 1. 138.
Clinton, De Witt, Jon. Mason on

(1804), 2. 8; candidacy (1812), 20.

353.



CLINTON-COBB



89



Clinton, George, Anti-Federalist, 17.
480.

Clinton, Sir Henry, secret journal on
John Sullivan considered, 1. 47-
64; in command, 3. 15; and loy-
alist corps, 66; advance up Hud-
son (1777), 109; displaced by
Carleton, 130; and Cochrane's
proposed corps, 6. 439;' despatches
to Yorktown, 441, 519; arrives at
Boston (1775), 10. 93; starts for
South (1776), 94.

Clinton, Gen. James, orders troops
from Cherry Valley, 2. 453; force
at Lake Otsego, 458-461; on Sus-
quehanna, 461-464; union with
Sullivan, 464.

Clive, Robert, baron, book owned by,
7. 362.

CI obery, William, Hudson River trade
(c. 1634), 1. 248.

Clock. See Klock.

Clopton, William (1669), 1. 137.

Clough, Ebenezer, cane, 15. 45.

Clough, Capt. Jeremiah, at siege of
Boston, 10. 495-496.

Clough, Samuel, almanac (1701),
17. 24.

Club of Odd Volumes, gifts to M.H.S.,
4. 351, 16. 145.

Clubs, pre-Rev. Boston, 10. 38-39.

Clutterbuck, Will, sea-captain
(1690), 7. 153, 154; death, 164;
in Phips's Quebec expedition, 15.
307, 311.

Clyde, Col. Samuel, at Cherry Valley,
2. 448, 454, 457.

Clyfton, Mrs. Anna, exile in Amster-
dam, 6. 51.

Clyfton, Edward, exile in Amsterdam
(1615), 6. 51.

Clyfton, John, exile in Amsterdam,
6. 51.

Clyfton, Mary, exile in Amsterdam
(1615), 6. 51.

Clyfton, Richard, in Amsterdam
(1616), 6. 43, 51.

Clymer, George, on congressional com.
on finances, 1. 60; and vote on
Independence, 275; Signer, 282.

Coal, prices in Md. (1836), 7. 267;
Cumberland mines, 268; at Wheel-
ing, 272.

Coast Survey maps, 13. 448.

Coat armor, exploded arms of Round-
heads, 2. 249-257 ; surviving royal,
of Am. colonies (with plates), 4.
254-264; of Erving family, 5. 10;
interest of W. H. Whitmore, 14.
268; papers on, 427-437, 15. 163-



166; origin, 14. 427, 435, 15. 163;
College of Arms, 14. 428, 15. 163 ;
visitations, 14. 428; and social
rank, 428-429, 434 ; plan for U. S.
College of Arms, 429-430, 435;
authentic, in U. S., 430-431, 15.
164-165; John Coles and fictitious,
14. 431-434, 15. 165-166; Am.
system for milit. service, 14. 436-
437.

Coates, Elizabeth [Mrs. Greenleaf],
biog. note, 16. 372 7i. ; J. Q. Adams
on (1788), 372, 379; mentioned,
382, 442.

Cobb, Abby (Crocker), 7. 320.

Cobb, Aurelia L. (Beattie), 7. 321.

Cobb, Austin, 7. 318.

Cobb, Gen. David, letter to Gov.
Bowdoin (1786) on Shays's Re-
belhon, 1. 76; career, 7. 318-320;
candidacy for Congress, 16. 20.

Cobb, David G. W., career, 7. 320.

Cobb, Eleanor (Bradish), 7. 320.

Cobb, Ephraim, on Plymouth Com.
of Corresp., 3. 440 n.

Cobb, Isaac E., Commencement part
(1814) and biog. note, 5. 179, 179 n.

Cobb, John, 7. 318.

Cobb, Jonathan H., Commencement
part (1817) and biog. note, 5.
182 n.

Cobb, Mrs. Julia C, miniatures owned
by, 19. 15.

Cobb, Richard, subscription to Bos-
ton dinner (1830), 6. 342.

Cobb, Samuel Crocker, communi-
cates letter on Shays's Rebellion,
1. 76; on M.H.S. Auditing Com.
(1884, '88), 77, 4. 77; report, 118;
elected to M.H.S. Council (1884,
'85), 1. 180, 2. 80; presents gift
from R. T. Paine, 101 ; and port,
of R. C. Winthrop, 119; on com.
on Sibley Bequest, 170; on com.
on pub. commemorating centen-
nial of Washington's inaugura-
tion, 4. 236, 336; on Nominating
Com. (1889), 309; report, 366;
at centenary of Washington's in-
auguration, 371 ; on Chas. Deane,
5. 132-133; M.H.S. tributes to, 6.
351-359; in M.H.S., 351, 358;
training, 352; mercantile voyages
and enterprises, extracts from
journal, 352, 7. 320-323; as city
official, 6. 353, 355-357, 7. 323-
327; as insurance actuary, 6. 353,
357, 7. 328; character, 6. 353-
354, 357, 7. 329; patriotism, 6.
356; gifts to M.H.S., 416; Me-



90



COBB-COFFIN



MOiR by J. M. Bugbee, 7. 318-
330; PORT, and autog., 318; an-
cestry, 318-320; birth, 320; mar-
riage, 321; politics, 323; and re-
vision of Boston cliarter, 325-326;
bank president, 327; other offices,
328; as pubUc speaker, 329;
homes, 329; health, 329; death,
329; diary, 330; port, presented,
16. 146.
Cobb, Rev. Sylvanus, and litho-
graph of Maiden's Instructions, 1.
336.
Cobb, William H., acknowledgment

to, 12. 411.
Cobb, William W., non-consumption

agreement (1786), 8. 497.
Cobbe, Frances P., hymn, 17. 137.
Cobbett, Rev. Thomas, at Lynn, 2.
47; notes of sermons by (1645),
- 5. 435; son returns from Indian
captivity (1677), 405; death, 410;
and Wenham-Chelmsford matter,
(1655), 12. 323; answer to ques-
tion of General Court (1676), 13.
369.
Cobbett, William, and Priestley, 3.

19, 29, 31.
Cobden, Richard, and right of seces-
sion, 19. 278, 20. 484; Gladstone
on, 475.
Cobled Hill, Somerville, 10. 549.
Coburn. See also Colburn.
Coburn, Lieut. {Capt.) Asa, furlough
(1778), 2. 443; goes to Fort Herki-
mer, 453; at siege of Boston, 9.
73.
Cocheco, N. H., Maverick on (1660),

1. 234.
Cochran, Captain, at Newburyport

(1787), 16. 326.
Cochran, Doctor, of Louisville (1836),

7. 287.
Cochrane, Sir Alexander, at New

Orleans, 13. 418.
Cochrane, Capt. Charles, connec-
tions, 6. 433, 519; career to 1774,
434; memorial of service in Am.
Rev., 434-439; proposals for rais-
ing a corps, 439-441; service at
Yorktown, killed, 441-442, 519.
Cock. ¬їSee Cocke, Cook, Cox.
Cockburn, Sir Alexander, at Geneva

Arbitration, 20. 473.
Cocke, John H., and Univ. of Va.

(1819), 14. 395.
Cocke, William, career, 13. 313.
Cocket, Edward, salary (1686), 13.

283.
Cockey. See also Cocky.



Cockey, Edward, Anti-Federalist, 17.
507.

Cockle, James, suspended as col-
lector, 10. 60.

Cockle, John, and Writs of Assistance,
12. 193.

Cockonshawit, Scatacook chief, 6.
378-381.

Cockroaches as book worms, 8. 107-
108.

Cocky, Anna (Clerk), 6. 51.

Cocky, Thomas, exile in Amsterdam,
6. 51.

Coddington, Nathaniel, Assistant, 2.
151, 152.

Coddington, Gov. William, and John
Winthrop, 4. 273; disposal of
Braintree land, 7. 22.

Codex Flatoyensis, as source on Vin-
land, 4. 42.

Codman, Charles Russell, elected
a member M.H.S., 8. 173; on
Leverett Saltonstall, 10. 146-147;
elected to M.H.S. Council (1896-
98), 10. 573, 11. 335, 12. 190;
Memoir of Leverett Salton-
stall, 11. 337-366; on Nominat-
ing Com. (1809, 1901), 13. 1, 15.
2; reports, 13. 80, 15. 15; presents
report of Council (1899), 13. 63-
66; on House Com. (1899), 165;
remarks, 16. 232.

Codman, Edward, subscription to
Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342.

Codman, George, in Edinburgh
(1809), 18. 312.

Codman, Henry, subscription for
M.H.S. building, 3. 291.

Codman, John [1], purchases con-
fiscated Boston estates, 10. 170,
176.

Codman, John [2], at Harvard Com-
mencements (1830-46), 5. 202,
226, 230, 250; Harvard D.D.
(1840), 230; at bicentenary of N.
Eng. Confed., 19. 361.

Codman, Mary A. [Mrs. Ropes], 14.
229.

Codman, Robert, Commencement
spread (1844), 5. 245.

Codman, Stephen, of Charlestown
(1690), 7. 152; sloop, 160, 162.

Codman, Thomas, works on Boston

defences (1814), 14. 152.
Coeyman's Overslaugh, N. Y. (1777),
6. 100.

Coffin, , innkeeper at Cavendish,

Vt. (1776), 6. 87.
Coffin, Mrs., of Newburyport (1788),
16. 389.



COFFIN-COLBURN



91



Coffin, Colonel (1777), 2. 236.

Coffin, Brocklebank Samuel, 18. 259.

Coffin, Charles [H. C. 1785J, 16. 326,
364; biog. note, 364 n.

Coffin, Charles [H. C. 1793], at Har-
vard Commencement (1822), 5.
190.

Coffin, Clarissa [Mrs. Rogers], 3. 142.

Coffin, Elizabeth [Mrs. Amory], 5.
342; wedding, 10. 37.

Coffin, Francis, subscription to Bos-
ton dinner (1830), 6. 342.

Coffin, Grace (Parkman), 8. 536.

Coffin, Harriot, work on ancestry,

9. 22.

Coffin, Sir Isaac, 3. 211; Amory's

biog., 279.
Coffin, John, absentee loyalist, 10.

163 ; confiscated Boston estate,

170.
Coffin, Joshua, and Longfellow, 20.

573.
Coffin, Nathaniel, milit. watch (1689),

1. 162.
Coffin, Paul, Harvard D.D. (1812),

5. 177; mentioned, 7. 46.
Coffin, Peleg, 4. 128; candidacy for

Congress, 16. 20.
Coffin, Peter, in N. H. Council, 8. 93;

justice of peace (1686), 13. 231.
Coffin, Rooksby [Mrs. Harris], 3.

211.
Coffin, Capt. Shubael, brings news

of repeal of Stamp Act, 10. 62;

brings tea, 81, 82.
Coffin, Thomas Aston, letter to Ed.

Winslow (1805) on Trafalgar, 3.

88.
Coffin, Tristram, loyal petition (1666),

6. 471.

Cl)ffin, William [1], member of
"Possee," 10. 38; in Trinity
Church vestry, 89.

Coffin, William [2], at funeral of
Ed. Winslow, 3. 93; letter to
Pepperrell (1746) on desire for
service, 6. 250; absentee loyalist,

10. 163.

Cogan, Andrew, delinquent, estate

sold (1649), 13. 31.
Coggeshall, John, dedimus to (1687),

5. 295.

Coggeshall, Mrs. Thomas, of Newport,

7. 345.

Coggin, William, wounded (1758),

6. 33.

Coghill, , of Ireland (1778), 3. 15.

Cogswell, Elizabeth (Thompson), 17.

77.
Cogswell, Esther, death, 17. 79, 81.



Cogswell, Hannah [Mrs. Waldo], 17.
77.

Cogswell, Hezekiah, appeal for aid of
N. S. church, 4. 69.

Cogswell, Dr. (?) James, at siege of
Boston, 9. 63, 66.

Cogswell, John [1], petition (1637),
3. 199; immigrant, 17. 77, 81;
letters to, from Eng. (1653-61)
on family affairs, 78-81, 86;
wrecked, 82-83.

Cogswell, John [2], 17. 78, 81, 84;
letter to father (1653), 86; suit of
heirs, 81, 84.

Cogswell, John [3], suit, 17. 84, 87.

Cogswell, Joseph G., Round Hill
School, 10. 209-210; at Gottingen,
12. 366 ; on German and Am. edu-
cation, 369.

Cogswell, Major Thomas, in army at
Providence (1779), 6. 121.

Cogswell, William, suit against
(1676), 17. 84, 86.

Cogswell, William, at Harvard Com-
mencement (1841), 5. 234.

Cohasset, Mass., on early map, 1. 211;
Maverick's account (1660), 242.

Cohens vs. Virginia, reception of de-
cision, 14. 327-331.

Coins, from Savage's collection, 2.
168; farthing of William IV., 395;
cent of 1837, 3. 282; Hamburg
schilling (1765), 4. 110; half-cents,
350; Mass. (1780), 16. 146; Apple-
ton Collection, 19. 300, 20. 229-
230, 420, 550. See also Medals,
Money.

Coit, Martha [Mrs. Hubbard, Mrs.
Greene], 14. 68 n.

Coit, OUver, at Am. camp (1775),
9. 80.

Coit, Sarah L. [Mrs. Scudder], 17.
143.

Coit, Thomas, at Am. camp (1775),
9. 45.

Coit, Capt. William, at siege of
Boston, 9. 47, 54, 59.

Coke, Sir John, letters from Emman-
uel Downing (1633-34) on N. Eng.
affairs, 8. 370-372, 383-387.

Coke, Thomas W., visit to (1831),
19. 475.

Coke upon Littleton, 3. Q. Adams on,
16. 357, 392.

Colburn. See also Cobum.

Colburn, Andrew, killed at Freeman's
Farm, 3. 106.

Colburn, John, death, 14. 24.

Colburn, Marcus, at Plymouth an-
niversary (1845), 10. 396.



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Colburn, William, in Am. army, 12.
100; death (1776), 102; minute-
man, 104.

Colby, Anthony, petition (1637), 3.
199.

Colchester, Conn., milit. petition
(1703), 5. 300.

Colchester, Va., inn (1805), 2. 33; in
1781, 6. 136.

Colden, Cadwallader, and practice of
medicine, 1. 44; on dedication
of statue of George III., 4. 292;
on non-importation mob (1770),
6. 402; letter from Abercrombie
(1775), 11. 305; post-office affairs,
16. 205, 211, 218, 226, 227, 229.

Colden, Cadwallader D., and alleged
Sharpless ports., 3. 183.

Coldwell. See also Caldwell.

Coldwell, William, signs Wyoming
capitulation (1778), 3. 342.

Cole, , and Lord Cutts (1694),

2. 176.

Cole, , innkeeper at Warren, R. I.

(1801), 4. 135.
Cole, Lieutenant, at siege of Boston,

9. 83.
Cole, Benjamin, death at Wyoming,

3. 345.

Cole, Col. Edward, warrant for loyalist

corps, 2. 238.
Cole, John, of Charlestown, 7. 170.
Cole, Samuel, on Plymouth Com. of

Corresp., 3. 440 n.
Cole, Thomas, at class reunion (1848),

5. 255-258.

Cole, Mrs. Ursula, death, 7. 170.

Coleman. See also Colman.

Coleman, Benjamin, purchases con-
fiscated Boston estate, 10. 172.

Coleman, Jeremiah, death at Wyom-
ing, 3. 346.

Coleman, Jesse, death at Wyoming,
3. 346.

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

Coleridge, Samuel T., marginalia on
Jefferson's writings, 5. 315.

Coles, Edward, memoir, 4. 38; port,
presented, 110.

Coles, John, as painter of fictitious
coat armor, 14. 432-434.

Coles, Robert, fined (1631), 1.
369.

Coley, Samuel, and relic of statue of
George III., 4. 297.

Colgate, Widow, exile in Amsterdam,

6. 51.

Coligny, Gaspard de, photog. of
memorial to, 9. 28.



Collections of ^.R.S., Trumbull Papers,

1. 77, 174, 177, 252, 359, 374, 2. 67,
73, 76, 265, 391, 400, 4. 105, 115,
118, 147, 356, 15. 25, 16. 251, 17.
75, 210, 224, 227; Sewall's Letter-
Book, 1. 121, 176, 180, 2. 75,391,
399, 3. 2, 279, 287, 296, 4. 114, 191,
355; lack of progress, 1. 171;
funds used for publishing, 173, 174,

2. '72, 399, 3. 284, 294-296, 4. 54,
118, 5. 448, 6. 414, 8. 188, 9. 30,
10. 129, 567, 11. 328, 14. 130, 133,
17. 227, 20. 209; Pickering Papers
and Index, 1. 174, 2. 72, 396, 400,

3. 277, 4. 77, 359, 5. 445, 6. 187-190,
411, 9. 97, 10. 553, 564, 567; Win-
throp Papers, 3. 201-202, 4. 118,
336, 5. 445, 448, 6. 414, 7. 379,
457-465, 8. 191; by-laws on, 4.
234, 235; amendment to by-laws,
372, 409-411; responsible editor,
5. 153; Belknap Papers, 347, 445,
448, 6. 350, 411, 414, 7. 10, 8. 252;
plan and publication, 6. 204-206;
articles reprinted, 221-247, 343-
348; memoirs in, 7. 121-125;
Belcher Papers, 8. 52, 188, 192,
252, 9. 11, 30, 35, 10. 134; carrier's
address (1796), 8. 266-267; Low-
ell's criticism, 494; Bowdoin and
Temple Papers, 11. 286-299, 328,
331, 12. 172, 20. 201; Pepperrell
Papers, 12. 9, 172, 13. 164, 14. 133,
137; character of early vols., 12.
163; range, 166; Jefferson Papers,
13. 142, 14. 130, 296, 15. 40; general
table of contents desired, 14. 148 ;
Heath Papers, 18. 297, 447, 19. 219,
303, 389, 20. 209, 223.

College of Arms. See Coat ar-
mor.

Colleges. iSee Education, and col-
leges and universities by name.

Collet, AHce (Thomas | Howarth), Pil-
grim at Leyden, 17. 177.

Collet, Anna (Harris), Pilgrim at
Leyden, 17. 181.

Collet, Henry, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 177.

Colleton, Sir Peter, grant of Bahamas,
13. 15.

CoUgell, Henry, exile in Amsterdam
(1603), 6. 51.

Collicot, Hannah, death, 13. 364.

Collier. See also Colyer.

Collier, , expelled from Harvard

(1731), 5. 404.

Collier, Hannah, absentee loyalist,
10. 163.

Collier, John, insane (1686), 13. 230.



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Collier, Jonathan, of Groton, funeral,
12. 89.

Collier, William, works on Boston de-
fences (1814), 14. 152.

Collingwood, Dorothy, 6. 197.

Collins, Major, at Carisbrooke Castle,
Isle of Wight (1698), 2. 190.

Collins, Abigail [Mrs Willet, Mrs.
Hammond], 7. 150.

Collins, Deacon Edward, of Cam-
bridge, autog., 8. 281.

Collins, Edward, of Medford (1665),
7. 150.

Collins, Henry, exile in Amsterdam
(1608), 6. 51.

Collins, Capt. John, in Boston society
(1775), 10. 91.



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