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Collins, John, succored by Crevecoeur,
20. 47, 52, 53.

Collins, Margaret (Greenwich), exile
in Amsterdam (1608), 6. 53.

Collins, N. F., of Ga., 20. 515.

Collins, Rev. Nathaniel, Mather's
Elegy, 12. 388.

Collins, William, on Northern Lights,
2. 104.

Colman. iSee also Coleman.

Colman, Colonel, stage-house in Bos-
ton (1787), 16. 314.

Colman, Anna [Mrs. Smith], exile in
Amsterdam (1610), 6. 51.

Colman, Rev. Benjamin, in Harvard
Corporation, 5. 411; fast for rain
(1714), 8. 224; letters from Isaac
Watts (1723-47) on interchange of
sermons, books, etc., 9. 331-334,
336-410; discourse on baptism of
Monis, 338; Eng. ed. of Sermons
(1728), 342; sermon on Cotton
Mather, 343; on Solomon Stod-
dard, 344; and Scotch Missionary
Soc, 345; Glasgow honorary de-
gree, 345; and Shute, 345; and
Saml. Holden, 346, 379, 380, 387;
sermon on death of daughter, 348;
on Thos. Steel, 350 ; books sent to,
3-66; on use of specie in Mass.,
369 n. ; sermon on Peter Thacher,
370; Withered Hand, 370, 385, 390;
and marriage of second daughter,
382, 407; —"Faithful Advice from
Several Ministers," 526, 17. 29;
letters from Geo. Whitefield (1742-
47), 10. 299-302, 427; from Ed-
wards (1744) on hymn singing,
429; funeral sermon on Sec. Ad-
dington, 12. 233 n. ; and Council's
assumption of control (1715),
15.342,354; and John Higginson, 16.
515; Pelham's mezzotint, 18. 238.



Colman, Rev. Henry, B K prayer
(1814), 9. 115; biog. note, 115 n.

Colman, Margaret (Greenwich), 6. 53.

Colman, (?) Stephen, soldier, exe-
cuted (1781), 6. 136.

Colmer, Abraham, settlement, 1. 234.

Cologne, G. E. Ellis on, 10. 223 ; O. B.
Frothingham on cathedral, 517.

Colonies. See next title and Civiliza-
tion.

Colonies, English-American, Quary's
report on ilHcit trade (1708), 4. 147-
155 ; royal memorials and emblems,
239-264 ; London Gazette as source,
291 ; bequests for transporting poor
children to (1640-42), 5. 264; Tower
Collection of Laws, 5. 419; royal and
parliamentary control over, 8. 127,
130-137; and habeas corpus act of
1679, 233-234; Voltaire's account,
13. 158-161 ; Plymouth as first
family colony, 18. 372-375 ; punish-
ments in, 19. 190. See also divi-
sions, colonies, and wars by name.

Colonization Society, J. Q. Adams on,
15. 467, 472.

Colony, use of title in Massachusetts
(1775-1776), 1. 192, 19&-199.

Colrain, Mass., Indian attack (1746),
5. 115.

Colson, Jane [Mrs. Norwayer], exile
in Amsterdam (1607), 6. 51.

Colt, Elisha, at siege of Boston, 9. 69.

Colombia, Wm. Duane on conditions
(1824), 20. 386.

Columbia, S. C, under carpet-bag
govt., 1. 402; burning of, 15. 264-
276, 19. 341??.; Sherman's and
Hampton's accts. discredited, 15.
265-270; mob responsibihty, 270-
276; effect of wind, 275.

Columbia. See Gray (Robert).

"Columbia," early use of name, 2.
159-165,17. 16; "Columbina" use
by Sewall and Fuller, 2. 161 ; use in
Cave's reports of debates in Parlia-
ment, 163; use by Phillis Wheatley,
163 ; by Dwight, 164 ; by Freneau,
164; first appearance in legislation,
165.

Columbia College, in 1812, 19. 371.

Columbia River, Gray's discovery, 7.
419-420; earlier notices of, 420-
421.

Columbian Centinel, prints census of
1765, 4. 138; and election of 1806,
20. 13-15, 19.

Columbian Exposition, C. F. Adams
on aspects, 8. 305-312.

Columbian Museum, 19. 8.



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COLUMBIAN ORDER-COMMITTEES OF M.H.S.



Columbian Order. See Tammany.

"Columbina," term used by Sewall
and Fuller, 2. 161.

Columbus, Christopher, plans and
questions as to quater-cente-
nary, 1. 363, 5. 284; monument
in Boston proposed, 1. 364-365;
neglected by Catholic people,
2. 160; honors in Am., 160; early
uses of term "Columbia," 161-165;
M.H.S. and tercentenaiy, 5. 283-
284; editions and copies of first
letter, 306, 318, 6. 382-385,
7. 18; memorial at Pavia, 6. 33;
Cabot mappe-ynonde on, 329; first
Eng. reference to, 7. 353; charac-
ter and claim to greatness, 8. 24-27,
41, 47, 49; as crusader, 32-33 ; Las
Casas's opinion, 49; and Indian
slaveiy, 49 ; knowledge of conti-
nental barrier, 68, 74; abandons
Asiatic theory, 11. 375; Edwin's
engraving, 19. 6.

Colyer. See also Collier.

Colyer, Anne, exile in Amsterdam,
6. 51.

Colyer, G., exile in Amsterdam, 6. 51.

Combe. See also Combs, Coombes,
Coombs.

Combe, Sir Richard, exploded coat
of arms, 2. 250.

Combe, Tobias, exploded coat of
arms, 2. 250.

Combs, Andrew, of Wethersfield,
2. 147.

Comet, slave-trade case, 15. 465.

Comets, of 1853, 1. 408; OUverand
Priestley on, 3. 13 ; Danforth on,
of 1665, 9. 423; of 1769, 10. 59.

Comins, Lucy [Mrs. Richardson, Mrs.
Paige], 15. 254.

Commens, Reverend, sermon (1775),
12. 82.

Commerce. — See also analyzed ref-
erences under Acts of Trade,
Boston Port Bill, Customs,
Marine, Slave-trade, Tariff, Trans-
portation. — Shays's Rebellion and
free trade, 1. 300; of N. Y. and
Phila. (1804), 2. 11; of Rich-
mond (1804), 19; Mass. with
Spain (1760), 229; Newport
(1777), 235-236, 238; pre-Rev.
non-importation, 481-486, 10. 65-
68,72,73; with Indians, 3. 5; Am.
intercolon. (1651), 6-7; depend-
ence of N. Eng., on fisheries, 4. 52;
Barbadoes and Guinea Co. (1664),
280; colon. N. Eng., with Span.
Main, 5. 114; Barbadoes-N. Eng.



(1674),?. 13, 16-17; fur-trade, 416,
417, 12. 213-214; Boston-West In-
dian (1692-94), 7. 164-166; royal
instructions concerning provincial,
8. 102, 105; Hugh Peter's proposals,
120; conditions of Am. (1784),
178; Downing on N. Eng. (1634),
385; illicit Portuguese, in West
Indies (1565), 443, 445; market in
Boston (1687), 9. 473; (1686), 13.
271 ; fairs at Boston and Providence
(1697), 9. 510; pre-Rev., of Bos-
ton, 10. 52; Boston panic (1765),
52; smuggling device at Madrid,
11. 208; Mass. com. on improve-
ment (1686), 13. 248-249; Mass.
order against export of grain (1686),
259, 267; Shelburne on freedom of
trade, 17. 273, 358; Brit.-Am.
(1785, '86), 327-329, 336-337;
Brit.-French treaty (1786), 357;
tobacco trade (1787), 455; French-
Am. (1787), _ 455, 485-486; recent
decisions on interstate, 18. 177-182;
illicit and authorized trade with
enemy (1782), 19. 151, _ 154-157.
See also Economic conditions.

Commerce, Ohio River steamer (1836),
7. 285; sunk, 286, 287.

Committees of Correspondence, Ply-
mouth, 3. 440-443 ; origin of inter-
colon., 4. 82; Mass. intercolon.,
its journal, 82-90; circulation of
Hutchinson Letters, 86; circular
letter, 89-90; debate on Boston
com. (1774), 10. 86, 14. 49-51, 16.
81.

Committees of M.H.S., occasional, to
pub. Sewall's Letter-Book, 1. 180;
on Parkman MSS.,362, 2. 225-228,
3. 153, 4. 44-46 ; on Sibley Bequest,
2. 170, 228; on work of B. F.
Stevens, 219; on Sharpless por-
traits, 3. 136, 179-187; on index of
foreign docs, on Am. Rev., 159,
178-179; on Winthrop Papers,
202, 4. 65, 336, 7. 457-465; on cata-
loguing MSS., 3. 254, 4. 103-105;
on Pickering Papers, 3. 277, 4.
77, 6. 187-190, 9. 97; on At-
tucks Memorial, 3. 318. 321; on
records- of Old Colony Club, 381;
on Norse discoveries, 4. 12, 42-44;
on Lafayette Monument, 12, 38-
41; on by-laws, 77, 120-123, 372,
409-411; on centenary of Wash-
ington's inauguration, 158, 199;
on a MS. of Am. Rev., 236; to pub.
papers on organization of national
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95



Province Laws, 307, 316; on re-
sponsible editor, 372; to pub.
Belknap Papers, 5. 347; on Pil-
grim memorial at Delftshaven, 6.
1, 40; on M.H.S. centenary, 196,
203, 214; on Cabot 7nappe-monde,
305; to pub. Belcher Papers, 8.
52; to pub. Bowdoin and Temple
Papers, 518, 20. 201; on Ellis Be-
quest, 10. 6, 148-159, 295-296;
on financial policy and Fenway
building, 298-299, 585, 11. 1, 336,
12. 191; on pub. of papers of Con-
tinental Cong., 10. 442; on return
of Bradford MS., 11. 314-315; on
presentation of Constitution, 315,
15. 493 ; to pub. Pepperrell Papers,
12. 9; on procurement of MSS.,
169, 261-264, 13. 142, 14. 163; on
memorial ed. of Bradford and
Winthrop, 12. 172, 260-261; on
annual meeting (1899), 13. 1; to
pub. Jefferson Papers, 142 ; on

. meeting of Am. Hist. Assoc. (1899),
208; to pub. Trumbull Papers, 15.
25; to attend Yale bicentenary,
180; to confer on Hart's co-opera-
tive history, 367, 493; on E. E.
Hale's 80th birthday, 493 ; to pub.
cat. of Waterston Library, 17. 235;
on State memorial to John and J. Q.
Adams, 18. 1, 192; to pub. Cjiam-
berlain's "Chelsea," 62; to pub.
Heath Papers, 297; on general in-
dex of Proceedings, 19. 273 ; on
changes in Old State House, 20.
245, 421; on names in Nomination
Book, 427; to attend Alex. Mc-
Kenzie's jubilee, 534. For regular
coms. see Cabinet, Finances, House,
Library, Officers.

Committees of Safety, function, 18.
244.

Common law. See Law.

Communication. See Transportation.

Communion, in both kinds as phase
of Reformation, 6. 178; manner,
19. 371.

Communism, on Nantucket (1801),
4. 130-131.

Community of women, question in
trial of Anne Hutchinson, 4. 171-
172, 178.

Compact, reason for, in Plymouth and
Conn., 5. 326; theory of U. S.
Constitution [see Union].

Compass, Cabot mappe-monde on
variation, 6. 337.

Comstock, John, death at Wyoming,
3. 346.



Conant, Reverend, in N. S. (1770), 4.
73.

Conant, Lieut. (?) Ebenezer, in Am.
army (1776), 12. 100.

Conant, John, of Townsend, 4. 158.

Conant, Sergeant (?) Luther, at Cherry
Valley, 2. 457.

Conant, Nathan, scholar at Town-
send (1772), 4. 386.

Conant, Samuel, purchases confis-
cated Boston estate, 10. 180.

Concannen, Matthew, prize case
(1746), 5. 88_.

Conception, Brit, war-ship (1692), 7.
162.

Concord, Mass., Maverick's account
(1660), 1. 237; county convention
at (1786), 302; attack on court,
302; in 1650, 2. 47; tablets, 3.
283; characteristics, 9. 327; and
Merrimack County (1686), 13. 255;
Indians killed at (1676), 403;
Harvard College at, 18. 207-208.
See also Lexington and Concord.

Concord, N. H., statue of Webster, 3.
279.

Concord, Gosnold's bark, 16. 247.

Concord, V. S. S., in Mediterranean
(1832), 19. 489, 491.

Condict, Lewis, and tariff (1832),
19. 511.

Condorcet, Jean, marquis de, Shel-
burne on biog. of Turgot, 17. 357,
359.

Condy, Foster, characterized, 12. 142.

Coney, Sarah [Mrs. Gerrish], 14. 40.

Confederate army, size, 18. 432-444,
19. 316-321. See also Civil War.

Confederate States, facsim. of seal, 2.
88; and slave-trade, 18. 136. See
also Civil War.

Confederation, attitude of N. Eng.
(1781), 4. 53; finance, 8. 177-179,
17. 338, 347, 361, 458, 467, 471,
472, 484, 498, 19. 133-137, 145;
junto in Congress, 8. 179-180;
Jon. Sewall on (1783), 10. -122,
425; character of union, 16. 158;
Adams's Defence of Constitutions,
391, 17. 364, 367, 465-467, 470,
473; Franklin's optimism, 325,
349 ; Jefferson and others on amend-
ment (1785, '86), 326, 328, 337,
361 ; commerce, 327, 328, 336-337;
Annapolis Conven., 341, 342, 353;
paper money in States, 347, 361,
458, 467; scheme for three con-
federacies, 353, 471; effect of
Shays's Rebellion, 454; question
of Capital, 461; reason for impo-



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CONGREGATIONAL CLUB-CONNECTICUT



tence, 462-463; and cession of
■n-estern claims, 19. 113-114; and
Vt. (1781, '82), 140, 148; basis of
requisitions (1782), 148; "general
welfare" clause in Articles, 550.
See also Continental Congress
(Second).

Congregational Club of Boston, and
memorial at Delftshaven, 6. 1.

Congregational House, Boston, bas-
reliefs, 15. 63.

Congregational Library, early Am.
imprints in, 12. 414-415, 422.

Congregational Quarterly, establish-
ment, 7. 94.

Congregationalism, Mass. Cong.
Charitable Soc, 3. 168, 17. 330-334,
347; form of letters of recom-
mendation (1650), 3. 200; letters
on aid for churches in N. S. (1769-
70), 4. 67-73; letter on duty of
ministers (1733), 311-313; cove-
nant, 5. 234; early phases of
establishment in Mass., 5. 330
exiles in Amsterdam, 6. 41-64
Brownism, 41; Barrowism, 42
purification, 42; congregations in
Amsterdam (1608), 43, 45; their
dissensions, 43-45 ; search for names
of exiles there, 45-47, 177; list of
exiles there (1597-1625), 47-64;
as test of Puritanism, 179; Dex-
ter's Bibliography, 181; Dexter's
Congregationalism, 182; and Cal-
vinism, 182; Unitarian contro-
versy, 446; church discipline in
colon. N. Eng., 477-516 [see Sexual
morality]; theocracy in Mass., 7.
187, 189, 192, 196, 204, 210, 228,
230, 239; origin, 226; signatures
to early church covenants, 8. 271,
348; local church controversies, 9.
347, 13. 285, 298-302, 16. 504;
support of Eng. country churches
(1740), 9. 373, 377; works by N.
Eng. ministers before 1701, 9.
414-533, 11. 20-22, 12. 274-277,
380, 383-390, 393, 394, 410-413,
17. 15-22, 26-41, 44-56; works on
synod of 1662, 9. 417, 420-421;
Direction for a Publick Profession
(1665), 423; eds. of Cambridge
Platform (1671), 429; (1680), 12.
275; Keith's tract on (1689), and
replies, 9. 480, 485, 489, 499;
catechising of children, 12. 318-
320; migration of a church, 320,
322-324; dismissal of members,
320, 331-335; admission of mem-
bers, 325; election of deacons,



325-327, 334; status of children
of members, 328; E. A. Park's
system of tUeology, 14. 190-192;
Hopkinsonism, 456; Park and
Andover creed, 458-461 ; bap-
tism and church membership, 16.
481-482, 514; Cambridge synod
(1637), 487-489; Guilford Church,
493-494; early attitude towards
ordination, 495; ruling elder, 507;
Boston ministers (1784, '85), 17.
323, 335; value of old parish
record books, 18. 340-341; Conn,
disestablishment controversy, 19.
196-198; tenure of ministers, 428-
431, 436; Southerner on N. Eng.
ministers (1863), 254-256. See
also Pilgrims, Puritanism, Reli-
gion, Unitarianism, and churches,
eminent ministers, and N. Eng.
colonies by name.

Congregationalist, Dexter as editor, 6.
186, 7. 93-94; establishment, 93.

Congres des Americanistes, M.H.S.
delegate (1901), 15. 264.

Congress, life of congressmen (1841),
6. 73; Webster on affairs (1816-
30), 14. 399, 405-407; first meet-
ing, 15. 126; salaries, 130, 131;
calls for information criticised
(1792), 138; and petition against
Southern negro-seamen acts (1843),
19. 406-408; debates (1812), 376,
381; J. Q. Adams in 22d, 504-
553. See also Continental Congress,
House of Representatives, Senate.

Congress, galley on Lake Champlain
(1776), 6. 85. _

"Congress voting Independence,"
painting and engraving, 19. 1-3, 14,
19, 20. 490.

Congreve, William, as dramatist, 7.
273.

Connall, John, exile in Amsterdam
(1610), 6. 51.

Connant. See Conant.

Connecticut, whaleboat privateering
during Rev., 1. 18-19; Maverick's
account (1660), 244-246; and N.
Neth., 246; journeys through
(1804), 2. 6-7; '(1795), 3. 44-51;
(1645), 8. 8-10; settlements and
ministers (1650), 2. 49; maritime
commerce (1795), 3. 44, 48, 49;
shipbuilding, 45; cities, 45; Am.
army in (1778-79), 3. 118-127, 6.
124-129; and R. L (1672), 3. 2.58;
docs, on Wyoming Massacre, 340-
347; Johnston's Conn, criticised,
institutional beginnings and infiu-



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97



ence, 372, 5. 269-278, 327-331, 7.
180 n., 8. 124; instructs for In-
dependence, 3. 373; news of
Independence, 375 ; question of
proclaiming it, 376 ; Com. of Cor-
resp., 4. 86-88; illicit trade (1707),
150; and Eng. laws, 151; royal
memorials, 245, 255 ; and royal
commissioners (1664), 279; Win-
throp Papers concerning (1631-
1713), 5. 288-304; early impression
of seal, 288; reason for compact,
327; Pequot grant, 8. 10; colon,
isolation, 123-124; causes of im-
portance in Rev. times, 124, 125;
Winthrop vs. Lechmere, 125-139;
Isaac Watts sends books for libra-
ries in, 9. 368, 377, 379; General
Laws (1673), 431; Election Day
sermons (1674), 435; (1697), 512;
(1677), 17. 30; Vindicated (1694),
9. 502; sends com. to confer with
Gage (1775), 10. 92, 11. 360;
papers of "fathers" deposited at
Yale, 12. 146; Bulkeley's People's
Right to Election (1689), 278;
pamplilet on N. Y. controversy
(1693), 392; Dudley's Council on
(1686), 13. 244; and N. Y. (1675),
399, 400; colon, post-office and
newspapers, 16. 206, 221 ; and Say-
brook, 489; Indian cession (1638),
491 ; Abr. Bishop and campaign of
1800, 19. 193-196; his efforts for
disestablishment, 196-198. See also
Colonies, New England.

Connecticut Courant, displays royal
arms, 4. 246.

Connecticut Historical Society, royal
arms in possession of, 4. 255; Win-
throp Papers deposited with, 6.
302-304 ; Talcott Papers, 8. 19.

Connecticut River, Maverick's ac-
count (1660), 1. 244; flood (1692),
7. 160; Downing on Dutch on
(1634), 8. 386; verses on (1721),
9. 7, 9-10.

Connecticut State Library, Winthrop
■ Papers deposited in, 5. 288-302.

Connecticut Valley Historical Society,
founder, 4. 210.

Connell. See Connall.

Conney, John, official wine-cooper
(1686), 13. 277; fees, 283.

Connolly, , Eng. officer, at Phila-
delphia (1807), 20. 303.

Connor. <See Conore.

Conoly, Michel, deserts (1760), 5. 383.

Conore. John, ill in campaign of 1760,
5. 383; death, 388.



Conrad, Frederick, candidacy (1802),
20. 278.

Constables of Mass., police reform in
Boston (1792), 4. 62-64; staves
for (1686), 13. 278; index of first
Mass. code on duties, 14. 382-384.

Constant, Benjamin, at Lafayette's
(1829), 19. 441.

Constantinople, social life (1832), 19.
502.

Constellation- Insurgent action, Sav-
age's engraving, 19. 10, 18.

Constitvxiiones del Argobispado, 12.
397.

Constitution, Federal. — See also ana-
lyzed references under Amend-
ments, Federal Convention, Rati-
fication, Union. — Sears's plan of
amendment, 2. 417; Bowdoin on
(1788), 11. 178; and annexations,
12. 428-429, 18. 53; and super-
vision over corporations, 13. 132;
judicial interpretation and en-
largement of Fed. powers, 16. 261;
development by judicial decisions,
18. 53; recent decisions on sov-
ereignty, 174-176; on interstate
commerce and police power, 177-
182; J. Q. Adams on "general
welfare" clause, 19. 537-553; on
right to govern acquired territory,
541-549.

Constitution, M.H.S. and preserva-
tion (1896), 11. 198, 200, 210, 315;
(1902), 15. 493; (1904), 18. 60,
118-121, 189-192; (1905-06), 19.
409-412, 20. 3-5, 86 ; canes of wood
of, 11. 198-200, 19. 394; repair, 12.
60; Hull's cruise (1812), 16. 182;
Guerriere fight, 18. 119; Mahan on
importance, 121-123; failure of
appropriation to restore (1904),
330-335; memorial of Chicago
Hist. Soc. on, 332.

Constitutions, State, Bowdoin on
Mass. (1780), 8. 290; Mass. Con-
ven. (1853), 18. 30-48 [see Massa-
chusetts Convention].

Consular convention with France
(1788), 17. 509.

Conti,M. de, in U. S. (1779), 3. 378.

Continental Congress, First: N. H.
circular on election of delegates,
2. 483; proposed, and non-im-
portation, 486; meets, 16. 157;
purpose, 17. 269; Shelburne on
Address, 274; results, 277.

Second: on navy (1775), 1. 16-
18; Sullivan's services, 57-62; in-

I structions to envoys, 57, 61 ; mem-
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CONTINUATION-COOLEY



bership, 59, 17. 471; financial
plans (1781), 1. 60; and govt, of
Mass. (1775), 196-197; pub. Jour-
nals, 280, 3. 379 ; MS. Journals, 1.
289?!.; responsibility for matter
in printed Journal, 290 n. ; fuller
contemp. pub. of part of Journals,
3. 370, 376-378; authorship of
Declaration of Causes (1775), 6.
67, 69-71; reviews army (1778),
107; news from (May, 1775), 8.
60; M.H.S. memorial on pub. of
papers of, 10. 442; notes of a
member (1778), 463; and army
(1780), 15. 363; and Union, 16.
157-158; Gordon on (1775), 17.
305; confidence in (1779), 321;
and navigation of Mississippi, 452,
454, 461, 473; and Indians (1787),
453, 460, 469, 471; Northwest
Territory, 469, 470, 473, 482-484;
and Constitution, 472, 475, 480;
French Consular Conven. (1788),
509. See also Confederation, In-
dependence.

Continuation of State of N^ew England,
extant copies, 10. 346.

Converse, Ephraim, of Brookfield,
7. 387.

Conveyance, in colon. Mass., 7.
135 n. See also Deeds.

Conveyancers' Association of Boston,
14. 96 n.

Conway, Moncure D., work on Emer-
son criticised, 2. 107; Mason epi-
sode, 13. 193.

Conway, Gen. Thomas, command at
Albany (1778), 2. 444.

Conway, William W., gift to M.H.S.,
10. 125.

Cook. See also Cooke.

Cook, , of Baltimore (1804),

2. 14.

Cook, Captain (1777), 2. 237.

Cook, Asael, at siege of Boston, 9. 70.

Cook, Case, at siege of Boston, 9.
51.

Cook, Charlotte A. L. [Mrs. Sibley],
2. 498.

Cook (Cock), Clement, of Braintree,
as milit. substitute (1710), 1. 161;
in 1701, 14. 20.

Cook, David, purchases confiscated
Boston estate, 10. 174.

Cook. Enoch, and Shays's Rebellion,
1. 301.

Cook, F. S., bill of sale of slave, 20.
515.

Cook, John, reading-room at Albany,
19. 367.



Cook, Joseph, on com. on war ex-
penses (1676), 12. 402.

Cook, Samuel, 2. 498.

Cooke, Aaron, of Dorchester (1635),
descendants, 8. 254.

Cooke, Capt. Aaron, of Northampton,
and Hadley school (1686), 13. 272,
282.

Cooke, Elisha [1], goes to England
(1690), 7. 152; and Andros (1689),
9. 478; at Webb's funeral, 12.
246; and Dudley's Council (1686),
13. 284.

Cooke, Elisha [2], Sewall's memo-
randa on speakership contest
(1720), 6. 389-390; at funeral of
Sewall's wife (1717)_, 8. 218; dis-
missed from clerkship (1719), 16.
54.

Cooke, Elizabeth, of Boston (1715),
8. 214.

Cooke, Elizabeth [Mrs. Reade, Mrs.
Peter], 5. 264, 14. 375.

Cooke, Elizabeth (Holman), 8. 214.

Cooke, George W., biog. of Emerson,
2. 107.

Cooke, H., exile in Amsterdam, 6. 51.

Cooke, Mrs. H., exile in Amsterdam,
6. 51.

Cooke, H. D., and Chase Papers, 13.
375.

Cooke, Joseph, of N. Eng., deed
(1665), 8. 281; career, 281.

Cooke, Joseph, of Eng., will (1687),
1. 137.

Cooke, Joseph, of Va. (1687), 1. 137.

Cooke, Josiah P., on descendants of
Aaron Cooke, 8. 254; influence of
Lowell Lectures on, 15. 177.

Cooke, Lydia (More), 8. 214.

Cooke, Mrs. Mary, of Eng. (1687),
1. 137.

Cooke, Nicholas, of Eng. (1687),
1. 137.

Cooke, Thomas, will (1621), 5. 264.

Cooke, William, exile in Amsterdam
(1610), 6. 51.

Cooke, William [1], of Boston, family
and estate (1717), 8. 214.

Cooke, William [2], 8. 214.

Cookman, Rev. George G., chaplain
of Senate, 5. 8.

Cookson, John, subscribes to Mer-
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 208.

Cookson, Capt. Thomas, at Boston,
10. 68.

Cooley, Sergeant, of Conn., death at
siege of Boston, 7. 401.

Cooley, Rev. Timothy M., Commence-
ment part, 3. 47 ; biog. note, 47 n. ;



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at Dr. Snell's jubilee, 19. 427, 432;
own jubilee, 431, 439.
Coolidge, Archibald Gary, elected
a member M.H.S., 12. 425; on
com. on annual meeting (1899),

13. 1; on com. to pub. Jefferson
Papers, 142; on com. on meeting
of Am. Hist. Assoc, 208; on
Library Com. (1900, '05), 14. 1,
18.454; reports, 14. 145, 19. 225;
remarks, 14. 153, 15. 95, 105, 364,
18. 60, 154, 263, 19. 167, 299 ;_ on
Tuckahoe and Randolph gathering,

14. 205-209; elected to M.H.S.
Council (1901-03), 15. 51, 16. 148,
17. 223; signs memorial on Con-
stitution, 18. 121; remarks on East
Africa, 20. 411.

Coolidge, Baldwin, photogs. by, 3.
283, 7. 373, 15. 45.

Coolidge, Catherine S. (Parkman),
8. 536.

Coolidge, James I. T., Commencement
part (1838), 5. 223.

Coolidge, Joseph [1], subscription for
M.H.S. building, 3. 291; on com.
on removal of M.H.S. (1827), 11.
309.

Coolidge, Joseph [2], Commencement
spread (1817), 5. 183; subscription
to Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342.

Coolidge, Joseph Randolph [1], and
G. O. Shattuck, 11. 269, 14. 364.

Coolidge, Joseph Randolph [2], on
Tuckahoe house, 14. 206-208.

Coolidge, Sidney, Chronometric Ex-
pedition, 1. 409.

Coolidge, Thomas JefEerson, elected
a member M.H.S., 10. 139; on
Johnston's opinion of McClellan,
440; on Auditing Com. (1896-98),
442, 11. 268, 12. 155; reports, 10.
567, 11. 331, 12. 187; on com. on
financial policy, 11. 1; remarks,
385, 13. 62, 121, 14. 424, 16. .534;
elected Vice-Pres. M.H.S. (1898-
1903), 12. 190, 13. 80, 14. 145, 15.
51, 16. 147, 17. 233; declines re-
election, 18. 270-271; on W. H.
Trescot, 12. 196; remarks on pre-
senting Jefferson Papers, 264-273;
thanks of M.H.S. to, 273; on com.
to pub. Jefferson Papers, 13. 142;
on Lord Dufferin, 15. 496-500;
Extracts from an autobiog., 16.
464-474; signs memorial on Con-
stitution, 18. 121.

Coolidge, William, exile in Amsterdam
(1601), 6. 64.

Coolidge's Inn, Watertown, 10. 46.



Coombes, Frances [Mrs. Yarborough,
Mrs. Richardson], exile in Amster-
dam (1601), 6. 51, 59, 63.

Coombs. *See c.lso Combe.

Coombs, Jane [Mrs. Greenleaf], 16.
393, 422; biog. note, 422 n.

Coombs, Philip, 16. 382 n.



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