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Coombs, Polly, 16. 393; illness, 415,
422; death, 447.

Coombs, William, biog. note, 16.
382 n. ; mentioned in J. Q. Adams's
diary, 382, 393, 415, 422; repre-
sentative (1788), 417.

Coomey, Benjamin, works on Boston
defences (1814), 14. 151; char-
acterized, 152.

Cooper. See also Cowper.

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

Cooper, Anthony Ashley. See Ashley.

Cooper, James Fenimore, his name for
Lake George, 2. 247 n. ; in Italy
(1830), 19. 455, 456.

Cooper, John, of Conn., and claim of
Deborah Scott (1666), 5. 292;
witnesses agreement (1664), 306.

Cooper, John, of Cambridge, and
Harvard (1672, '77), 3. 401, 9.
100.

Cooper, John T., Commencement part
(1811), 5. 175; biog. note, 175 n.

Cooper, Joseph, of Ala., 20. 520.

Cooper, Judith, Cotton Hill estate, 1.
322.

Cooper, Katharine (Wendell), 16. 103.

Cooper, Rebecca, and James Downing
(1641), 14. 374.

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

Cooper, Samuel, miniature of Crom-
well, 3. 282.

Cooper, Rev. Samuel, port., 3. 57,
276; biog. note, 276 n.; letters
from B. Gerrish (1770) on N.S.
churches, 4. 69-72; excursion
(1772), 10. 46; declines presidency
of Harvard, 60; occupies new
church, 79; at interment of War-
ren, 99; commendation of Bar-
nard's Psalms, 11. 73; prominent
rebel, 16. 92; Edinburgh D.D., 17.
263; and Hutchinson (1768), 20.
536.

Cooper, Lieut. Samuel, killed at
Quebec (1775), 2. 294.

Cooper, Thomas, of Rehoboth (1645),
8. 12.

Cooper, Thomas, warehouse in Boston
(1693), 7. 165.

Cooper, Thomas, mentioned by
Priestley, 3. 18, 30; and Univ. of



100



COOPER-CORNWALLIS



Va. (1819), 14. 397; phrase resem-
bling Lincoln's, 15. 92; sedition
trial, 20. 260.

Cooper, Thomas A., as actor, 2. 9, 10.

Cooper, Rev. William [1], house in
Boston (1729), 1. 323; books
ordered by, 9. 359; translation of
Psalms, 365; death, 406; and
Whitefield, 10. 300, 301; on death
of Sec. Addington, 12. 233.

Cooper, William [2], as town clerk, 4.
51, 16. 87, 87 n.-90 n., 93, 99-101,
103-104; birth, 83; autog., 83;
as representative and Speaker, 84-
86, 94, 99; register of probate, 88-
90, 97-99; and pre-Rev. affairs,
90-92; house, 101; death and
obituaries, 101-103; marriage and
children, 103.

Coote, Henry C, on Roman origin of
Eng. institutions, 5. 278.

Coote, Richard. See Bellomont.

Cope, , innkeeper at Trenton

(1781), 6. 159.

Copeland, Charies, 14. 364.

Copeland, Emily [Mrs. Shattuck], 11.
270, 14. 364.

Copeland, Julia R. [Mrs. Dunbar],
13. 441.

Copeland, Rev. Patrick, at Bahamas,
13. 13.

Copeland, Susan (Sprague), 14. 364.

Copilacion hreue (1549), 12. 396.

Copinger, Sergeant Stephen, in army
at Providence (1779), 6. 122.

Copleston, Edward, Harvard D.D.
(1822), 5. 190.

Copley, John Singleton, portraits,
Saml. Cooper, 3. 276; OHvers, 282;
Bernard, 4. 61 ; Saml. Quincy and
wife, 6. 285; Paul Revere, 7. 119,
294-295; Goldthwait, 14. 57; J. Q.
Adams, 16. vi. ; claims pictures in
Old State House, 4. 242 n. ; C. C.
Perkins's work on, 7. 435; reputa-
tion, 18. 314.

Copley, Lionell, letters to Winthrop
(1645, '47) on iron works, 8. 15-17.

Coppo, Pierro, conception of N. Am.
(1525), 8. 75.

Copy of an Excellent Letter, author-
ship and eds., 18. 468-471.

Copy of Letter returned to John Dury,
9. 422.

Copyright, Hugh Peter's advocacy,

8. 120; Kent on case (1834), 14.
417.

Coram, Thomas, and Indian missions,

9. 349; and Paul Dudley, 16. 29 n.-
30 n.



Corbet, Rev. John, Self-Employment
in Secret, 9. 463.

Corbett, John, of Eng., gift to Har-
vard, 5. 419.

Corbett, Penuel, Commencement part
(1817) and biog. note, 5. 182 n.

Corbier, Comte de, Haitian, treatment
of slaves, 2. 313; defence of planta-

. tion, 331.

Corbin, Colonel, Va. residence (1781),

6. 147.

Corbin, Francis, congressional candi-
dacy (1794), 15. 146; (1787), 17.
478.

Corbin, James, land purchase from
Indians (1700), 5. 299.

Corbin's Bridge, Va. (1781), 6. 140.

Corcoran riot, 1. 389.

Cordis, Mrs., coffee-house in Boston,
10. 38; meetings and discussions
at, 64.

Cordwainers' Society of London,
Capt. John Smith's letter to, 12.
158.

Corehouse, George Cranstoun, Lord,
19. 471.

Corey, Deloraine P., letter (1884)
on Maiden's Instructions on Inde-
pendence, 1. 336.

Corey, Giles, why he refused to plead,
1. 108.

Corey, Jacob, at Leicester Academy,

7. 34n.

Corfu, social life (1831), 19. 483-488.

Corlet, Ammi Ruhamah, preaches for
Mather (1675), 13. 344, 348, 351,
354, 356; (1676), 358, 361, 370;
death, 407; name, 18. 258.

Corlet, Elijah, Latin eulogy on John
Hull, 9. 458.

Corn, prices in New England (1626,
'60), 1. 247; Mass. order against
export (1686), 13. 259, 267. See
also Agriculture.

Cornbury, Edward Hyde, viscount,
and smuggling, 4. 149.

Cornell, Captain, guest of Old Colony
Club, 3. 426.

Corner, Capt. John, at Boston (1768),
10. 67, 70, 71.

Cornish, , of Boston, house

burned (1690), 7. 155.

Cornwall, Capt. James, at Boston
(1729), 18. 241.

Cornwallis, Charles, earl of, at Phila-
delphia (1778), 3. 114; Va. cam-
paign, 6. 139-149, 19. 132-139;
Yorktown, 6. 149-155, 441, 519,
19. 139-144; on Capt. Cochrane,
6. 438; Carolina campaigns, 19.



CORNWALLIS-COTTON



101



112, 113, 116-123, 128; Guilford

Court House, 125, 127.
Cornwallis, Gov. Edward, in N. S., 13.

381-383.
Cornwallis, N. S., appeal of Congreg.

Church (1769), 4. 67-69; condition

(1770), 70.
Coronado Beach, view, 4. 350.
Corporations, supervision over, 13.

132.
Corps Legislatif, French (1867), 20.

192.
Correa da Serra, Abh^ Jose F., in

Philadelphia (1812), 19. 374.
Correspondence. See Letters.
Corresponding Secretary of M.H.S.,

by-laws on, 4. 227. See also Good-
win (W. W.), Haynes (H. W.),

Winsor (Justin).
Corse, John M., and civil service

reform, 11. 356.
Corse, Thomas, petition (1637), 3.

199.
Corser, Thomas, Bible owned by,

10. 257.
Cortez, Hernando, Cabot mappe-

monde on, 6. 329.
Cortlandt. See Van Cortlandt.
Corwin, Capt. George, in Phips's

Quebec expedition, 15. 299.
Corwin, Jonathan, commission of

oyer and terminer, 1. 220; on

trade com. (1686), 13. 248.
Cosa, Juan de la, distinguishes Am.

and Asia (1500), 8. 67; map and

Cabot's chart, 11. 165, 12. 5.
Cosaump, Indian, at Fort Dummer

(1724), 6. 367.
Cosby, Major, at Boston (1729), 18.

241, 242.
Coser, Jenks, killed at Wyoming

(1778), 3. 345.
Coster, , in Levant (1832), 19.

495, 503.
Costeroholly. See Gathtsegwarohare.
Costume. See Dress.
Cotton, Mrs. (1657), 1. 121.
Cotton, Mrs., death at Braintree

(1710), 14. 27.
Cotton, Dorothy (Bradstreet), deed,

13. 424.
Cotton, Elizabeth [Mrs. Sheafe], 3.

248.
Cotton, EHzabeth (Juxon), 3. 248.
Cotton, Frances [Mrs. Osborne], exile

in Amsterdam (1607), 6. 51.
Cotton, Grizzell (Sylvester | Sanford),

16. 79 n.
Cotton, Mrs. Joanna, deed, 13.

424.



Cotton, Rev. John [1], fictitious
port., 1. 220, 8. 196 ; and founding of
Harvard, 1. 260 n., house in Boston,
322, 324; minister at Boston, 2.
47; letter of recommendation of
John Winthrop, Jr. (1650), 3. 200;
Nich. Hoppin on inconsistencies of,
305-306 ; descendant, 4 1 5 n. ; at trial
of Anne Hutchinson, 4. 163-170,
174, 175, 182, 183, 189, 190; delivers
admonition, 176-180; and her
doctrines, 185; notes on sermons
of, 314 ; at trial of Rich. Wait, 315;
of Ann Hibbens (1640), 316; ex-
pository sermons, 5. 83; immigra-
tion, 270; anecdote, 6. 281; de-
fence of intolerance, 8. 378-379;
preface to Mather's work (1652),

^ 9. 415; Norton's Life and Death,
415; and Discourse about Civil
Government, 419; God's Promise
to his Plantation, extant copies,
price, 470, 10. 328; Norton's
"Funeral Elegy," 9. 501; Mather's
Johannes in Eremo, 504; on Scotch
prisoner-servants, 13. 32 n.; MS.
"How far Moses Judicialls bind
Mass.," 16. 275,280-284; and John
Higginson, 483.

Cotton, Rev. John [2], and Ann
Hibbens, 1. 186; and Cotton Hill
estate, 322, 13. 424; on Hubbard's
Narrative, 4. 205; correction of
Eliot's Indian Bible, 9. 468;
preaches for Mather (1675), 13. 345,
350,351,353,354; (1676), 366, 371.

Cotton, Rev. John [H. C. 1678], of
Hampton, Meet Help, 9. 532; letter
to Mather (1683) on charging date
of Commencement, 10. 202; at
college, 13. 349.

Cotton, Rev. John [H. C. 1710],
at Newton, 2. 51; ordained (1714),
8. 225.

Cotton, John [H. C . 1747], death
(1775), 10. 414; career, 16, 77-83,
109; AUTOG., 77.

Cotton, Josiah, 3. 415 n. ; diary, 4. 1.

Cotton, Martha (Sanders), 3. 415 n.

Cotton, Mary [Mrs. Mather], 1. 322.

Cotton, Mary (Dudley), 16. 82.

Cotton, Rev. Nathaniel, 16. 77, 79 n.

Cotton, Rev. Rowland, book owned
by, 9. 434; library sold, 14. 41 n.

Cotton, Rev. Seaborn, Boston estate,
1. 316, 322, 13. 424; Tompson's
Elegiack Tribute, 9. 470; preaches
for Mather (1675), 13. 345; (1676),
366; as minister at Hampton, 16.
180.



102



COTTON-COUNCIL OF M.H.S.



Cotton, Theodore, address to Gen.

Thomas (1775), 18. 429.
Cotton, Theophilus, saihng orders

from E. Winslow and others (1760),

2. 229; guest of Old Colony Club,

3. 415; biog. note, 415 71.; host of
Club, 426.

Cotton, Thomas Sadler, ancestral

diary, 4. 1.
Cotton, Rev. William, in Va. (1634),

3. 4; parsonage, 5; death, 5.
Cotton, manufacture at Pawtucket

(1801), 4. 124; Southern over-
estimation of potency in war, 19.
327-334.

Cotton Hill, Boston, acquired by John
Hull, 1. 316; not Sewall's residence,
316, 321 ; Cotton and Vane houses,
322, 324; Sewall's possession, 323;
Vassall's occupancy, 323; original
aspect, 325; water supply, 326;
view from (1699), 2. 127.

Couch, Lieut. James, cashiered (1760),

4. 392.

Couch, Jonathan, death at siege of
Boston, 7. 404.

Coules, F., London bookseller (1641),
12. 219.

Council for New England, extant
copies of Briefe Relation of N. Eng.,
9. 184.

Council of Massachusetts, Colonial,
to 1692: order on Publick Oc-
curences (1690), 8. 54; instructions
to Danl. Henchman (1676), 64-67;
To the Elders and Ministers (1668),
9. 424; proclamation for thanks-
giving (1676), 9. 439; against dis-
order (1692), 494; press-censor-
ship inquiry (1668), 11. 247-249;
Rawson as Sec, 12. 220-225; proc-
lamations for fasts (1670), 280;
(1691), 284; various Orders (1675-
85), 401-404, 409; records of Dud-
ley's (1686), 13. 222-286; Dudley's
speech, 226-227; proclamation of
presidency, 227; personel of his
Council, 228; orders on courts,
231-237, 245, 259, 262, 265, 276,
278-279, 284; on vital statistics,
236 ; on licences, 236, 252, 279, 283 ;
on Boston, 238, 243-244, 254, 260,
271; ad'dress to Iving, 238-239;
letter to Com. of Trade, 239-240;
and Church of England, 240, 253,
256, 262; orders on customs, 241,
245, 269; and assembling of Gen.
Ct., 241, 244; orders on fees, 242;
on R. I. and Conn., 244; and mint,
244 ; order on towns, 246, 259 ; and



development of trade, 247-249;
and Worcester affairs, 247, 251,
282, 283; orders on Narragansett
Country, 246, 247, 251, 271; on
Conn, encroachments, 254, 272;
erection of Merrimack County, 255-
256, 277 ; on Huguenot settlers, 256,
265, 272, 280; on revision of laws,
256, 268; and Harvard, 257, 260;
and fast-day recalcitrants, 259, 262,
263 ; orders on export of grain, 259,
267; and charge of sedition, 263,
264, 267, 269, 276; order on
Bahama refugees, 265; and loyal
demonstration, 270-271; and Eng.
navy officers, 273-275; and Old-
ham's patent, 276; order on Raw-
son's records, 281; on Maiden
Church controversy, 281, 285; on
Hadley school, 282; — and Bap-
tist meeting (1679), 408; and
Shrimpton case (1686), 19. 42-50.

Provincial, to 1776: mandamus
councillors, 1. 193, 195, 16. 287, 17.
289; as governor (1775), 1. 198;
Bellomont's procedure, 2. 129;
duties, 8. 93-95, 104; proclama-
tion on observances of Lord's Day
(1699), 9. 517; list of candidates
(1698), 12. 284; Richards's elec-
tion scheme (1693), 13. 335; mem-
bers named (1691), 14. 217; and
Gov. after death of Anne, 15.
327-362; unpopularity of Dudley,
327; George I. proclaimed, 328-
333, 339-340; orders from Eng.
for proclaiming the King, 333-339 ;
proposed address in favor of
Dudley fails, 336; Dudley's proc-
lamation continuing officers, 337;
movement to assume control, 340-
346; proclamation assuming con-
trol, 346; (facsim., 327); issues
new commissions, 347; ineptitude
for control, 347, 354; drafts letter
to Lords of Trade, 348 ; proclama-
tion of fast, 349, 352-353; broad-
side attacking control, 349-351,
356-362; declaration in reply to
attack (facsim.), 351; royal procla-
mation continuing Dudley in office,
351 ; Dudley resumes control,
352-354 ; — proclamation on militia
(1701), 17. 52.

State: power, 16. 243, 245. See
also General Court, Massachusetts.
Council of M.H.S., submits resolution
on George Dexter, 1. 7; on Stephen
Salisbury, 228; annual reports
(1884), 1. 168; (1885), 2. 66;



COUNTERFEITING-COURTS



103



(1886), 390; (1887), 3. 278; (1888),

4. 105; (1889), 337; (1890), 5.
438; (1891), 6. 402; (1892), 7.
366; (1893), 8. 182; (1894), 9. 18;
(1895), 10. 118; (1896), 552; (1897),
11. 313; (1898), 12. 172; (1899),
13. 63; (1900), 14. 127; (1901), 15.
25; (1902), 16. 126; (1903), 17.
209; (1904), 18. 265; (1905), 19.
201; (1906), 20. 201; members
elected to (1884), 1. 180; (1885), 2.
80; (1886), 404; (1887), 3. 298;
(1888), 4. 119; (1889), 336; (1890),
6. 457; (1891), 6. 420; (1892), 7.
383; (1893), 8. 201; (1894), 9. 39;
(1895), 10. 137; (1896), 573; (1897),
11. 335; (1898), 12. 190; (1899),
13. 80; (1900), 14. 146; (1901),
15. 51; (1902), 16. 148; (1903),

17. 233, 234; (1904), 18. 290;
(1905), 19. 226, 227; (1906), 20.
232; proposal on labors of B. F.
Stevens, 2. 219 ; amendment to by-
laws on, 4. 121-123; by-laws on,
232-234; origin, 338; duty of pre-
paring report, 338 ; character of re-
ports, 339; publication of reports,

5. 108-110; reports on M.H.S. cen-
tenary, 348, 430, 6. 175, 196; re-
ports on membership, 7. 298,
332-335, 18. 188, 252; and new
Mass. Soc, 8. 59, 90; votes special
Parkman memorial meeting, 304;
and Ellis Bequest, 10. 3-6, 148-
159, 295-296; and sale of Tremont
Street building, 297-299; me-
morials on Constitution, 11. 200,
210-211, 18. 60, 118-121, 19. 412,
20. 3-5, 86; votes to transfer Otis
Papers, 11. 223; proposed en-
largement, 12. 156, 190; temporary
additional members, 191; report
on Hist. MSS. Com., 168, 372; on
memorial ed. of Bradford and
Winthrop, 169-172, 340-342; on
exhibition of Bradford-Winthrop
letter, 259 ; on disposition of Jeffer-
son Papers, 293 ; on Denison letters,
13. 63, 121; and Waterston Li-
brary, 208; and papers in Eng.
Public Records Office, 15. 320;
proposes thanks to Waldo Story,
325; and personal record of mem-
bers, 17. 75; report on State me-
morial to John and J. Q. Adams,

18. 1 ; proposal on Nomination
Book, 20. 427.

Counterfeiting, of Mass. notes of
1690,13. 148 n.; protective means
against, in Mass. currency, 321-



327 ; punishment for altering paper
money (1764), 18. 260.

Country life in N. Eng. (1835), 7.
432-434.

Courcel, Alphonse Chodron, baron de,
at Congress of Hist. Sciences (1903),
12. 246.

Courier, ship (1846), 7. 321.

Court houses of Suffolk County, 14.
97-104, 16. 104-106, 110-113, 120,
121, 125.

Courtemanche, Tilly de Repentigny,
sieur de, mission to Boston (1705),
5. 421-423; and ilHcit trade, 423.

Courtenay, William Ashmead, gifts
to M.H.S., 1. 31, 2. 66,4. 158, 8.
196, 9. 28, 14. 144; thanks to, 2.
66; elected a corresp. member
M.H.S., 3. 63; accepts, 101; tribute
to R.C. Winthrop, 10. 405-407 ; hist.
work, 18. 20; letter describing
gift to M.H.S., 392-394; resigns,
19.412; gift returned, 20. 1; and
Stevens Catalogue-Index, 557, 558.

Courts. — See also analyzed references
under Admiralty, Crime, Jury,
Law, Supreme Court. — Canadian
commission of oyer and ter-
miner, 1. 65; Mass. witch-trials,
66-70, 2. 43; Mass. commis-
sion of oyer and terminer,
220; and Shays's Rebellion, 300,
302; early files of Suffolk Co.,
Mass., 3. 10; G. T. Bigelow as
judge, 5. 475-481; Chas. Devens
as judge, 6. 289, 7. 115: in Md.
(1836), 7. 266; royal instructions
concerning provincial, 8. 99; ap-
peal to Privy Council, 103 ; case of
Winthrop vs. Lechmere, 125-139;
Mass. habeas corpus case (1706),
231-235; E. R. Hoar as judge, 9.
316; payment of judges' salaries in
Mass. (1774), 10. 83; Attys.-Gen. of
Mass. before 1780, 285-291; John
Lowell as judge, 11. 415-416, 14.
179-187; oath of Mass. justices of
peace (1686), 13. 230; orders of
Dudley's Council (1686), 231-237,
245, 259-262, 265, 276, 278-279,
284; fees in Mass. (1686), 242-
243, 245 ;W. C. Endicott as judge,
14. 165, 15. 527-530, 533 ; reorgani-
zation in Va. (1788), 124, 125; com-
ment on Federal bill (1789), 128,
130, 131; early cases of declaring acts
void, 131, 17. 507 ; Story on plead-
ing, 15. 221; on Eng. equity, 222;
Horace Gray as judge, 259-262,
266-267, 18. 164-185; R. I. Su-



104



COVEKGTON-CRAMPTON



preme Court (1788), 16. 457; L. F.
Brigham as judge, 536-537; Va.
bill on (1787), 17. 492, 493; and
historians, 18. 155-156; W. A.
Field as judge, 19. 75-80; colon.,
and Stanip Act, 109-111.

Covengton. See Coventun.

Coventry, Lieut. (?) George, in cam-
paign of 1760, 4. 408, 409.

Coventry, Thomas, 1st baron, and
Winslow (1634), 8. 386.

Coventry, Conn., inn (1804), 2. 6, 32;
minister (1795), 3. 50.

Coventry, R. I., inn (1779), 6. 130.

Coventun (Covengton), John, peti-
tion (1637), 31. 199.

Coverly, Samuel, Detroit bank, 20.
293, 521.

Cowan, Esek, Webster on McLeod
decision, 14. 412.

Coward, Constance [Mrs. Bennet], 6.
50.

Coward, William, bequest for edu-
cating dissenting ministers, 9. 381,
386.

Cowell's Lane, Boston, identity, 1.
318.

Cowenhoven, Peter, prize case (1752),

5. 99.

Cowes, , London merchant

(1662), 5. 291.

Cowles, S. W., "Breeches" Bible
with Pilgrim marginalia owned by,
10. 256.

Cowpens, battle, 19. 122, 123.

Cowper. See also Cooper.

Cowper, William, opinion on Fletch-
er's claim (1696), 5. 296.

Cowper, William, loyalist refugee, 2.
234.

Cowper, William, poet, hymn, 17. 135.

Cowse, James, Boston bookseUer
(1684), 12. 276.

Cox, Francis A., at Harvard Com-
mencement (1835), 5. 216.

Cox, Jacob Dolson, elected a corresp.
member M.H.S., 9. 196; letter
(1895) on E. R. Hoar, 323-325;
death, 14. xx; M.H.S. tribute to,
284-286.

Cox, John, exile in Amsterdam (1611),

6. 51.

Cox, John, of Portland, 2. 135.

Cox, Justina [Mrs. Pecksall], 6. 58.

Cox, Margaret (Pickering), 6. 58.

Cox, Mary (Perkins), 6. 58.

Cox, Rowland, marshal (1686), 13.
280.

Cox, Samuel H., at Harvard Com-
mencement (1840), 5. 231.



Cox, T., Boston bookseller, 10.

547.
Cox, Thankful (Harris), 2. 135.
Cox, Lieut. William, wounded at

Lexington, 5. 396.
Coxe, Tench, and Pa. politics (1802),

20. 297.
Coy, Matthew, deed from Ann

Hibbins, 1. 186.
Crabtree, Benjamin, and boundary

dispute (1732), 19. 29.
Crackstone, Anna [Mrs. Smith], 17.

175.
Crackstone, John [1], Pilgrim at Ley-
den, 17. 173.
Crackstone, John [2], Pilgrim at

Leyden, 17. 181.
Cradock, Damaris, 1. 135.
Cradock, Mary [Mrs. Gerrish], 20.

536 n.
Cradock, Gov. Matthew, will (1641)

1. 135; farm at Medford, 212, 213

Gov. of Mass. Bay Co., 239, 5. 324

and Wells, Me., 2. 157.
Cradock, Matthew (nephew), 1. 135.
Cradock, Mrs. Rebecca> 1. 135.
Cradock, Samuel [1], 1. 135.
Cradock, Samuel [2], 1. 135.
Cradock houses, Medford, 14. 292.
Craford, William, at Marlborough

(1682), 4. 299.
Craft. *See also Crafts.
Craft, David, list of journals of Sulli-
van's expedition, 2. 439. 441.
Crafts, Esther (Sartwell) [Mrs. Mead],

16. 408 n.
Crafts, Griffin, of Roxbury, 14. 320.
Crafts, Thomas, bill for painting royal

arms, 4. 240 n., 263; removes

effigies (1768), 10. 66.
Crafts, Col. Thomas, reg. in Boston

(1778), 10. 105.
Crafts, William, journey (1804), 2.

14; Commencement part (1805),

5. 170; biog. notes, 170 n., 9.

116 n.; Master's part (1808), 5.

173; B K oration (1817), 9. 116.
Crafts family, generations at Rox-
bury, 14. 320.
Cragin, Sergeant Joseph, in campaign

of 1760, 4. 390.
Craig, John, and Burr, 20. 291.
Craig vs. Missouri, Marshall on case,

14. 342.
Craigie, Dr. Andrew, letter from Dr.

Craik (1780), 15. 362.
Craik, Dr. James, letter to Dr. Craigie

(1780) on Am. army, 15. 362.
Cramah^, M., letter to Levis, 4. 97.
Crampton. See Cranston.



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Cranch, Elizabeth [Mrs. Norton], 16.
332, 332 n., 413.

Cranch, Lucy [Mrs. Greenleaf], 16.
410, 410 n.

Cranch, Mary (Smith), letter from
Abigail Adams (1799), 3. 275;
mentioned in J. Q. Adams's diary
(1787-88), 16. 306-308, 340, 410;
father's sermon on marriage of, 19.
386.

Cranch, Richard, in 1792, 4. 65; men-
tioned in J. Q. Adams's diary
(1787-88), 16. 295, 339, 410, 412,
430, 431, 441; biog. note, 296 n.

Craach, William, Harvard LL.D.
(1829), 5. 201; J. Q. Adams's
characterization, 16. 306 n. ; biog.
note, 306 n. ; mentioned in Adams's
diary (1787-89), 306, 308-312, 322,
326, 329-334, 340, 345, 353, 366,
368, 370, 410-412, 423, 430, 436,
441, 453, 455, 464.

Crandon, Jean (Bess), 3. 415 n.

Crandon, John [1], guest of Old
Colony Club, 3. 415; biog. note,
415 n.

Crandon, John [2], 3. 415 n.

Crane, •, of Braintree, death

(1710), 14. 27.

Crane, Mrs., innkeeper at Killing-
worth (1795), 3. 44.

Crane, Captain (1778), 2. 444.

Crane, Albert O., gifts to M.H.S., 2.
394, 3. 283, 5. 451.

Crane, Ehzabeth [Mrs. Chapin], 1.
137.

Crane, John [1], of Eng. (1669), 1.
137.

Crane, John [2], 1. 137.

Crane, Col. John, in Am. Rev., 1. 251.

Crane, Margaret [Mrs. Rogers], 1.
137.

Crane, Mary [Mrs. Whiting], 1. 137.

Crane, Robert [1], of Eng. (1669), 1.
137.

Crane, Robert [2], 1. 137.

Crane, Robert, nephew of [1], 1. 137.

Crane, Robert, son of preceding, 1.
137.

Crane, Samuel, of Eng., will (1669), 1.
137.

Crane, Capt. William M., Rogers on,
4. 208.

Cranfield, Gov. Edward, letter to
Charles II. (1683), 5. 294; and
Puritan ministers, 16. 180.

Cranston (Crampton), Capt. Abner,
at Ticondoroga (1776), 6. 83.

Cranston, Samuel, and R. I. illicit
trade (4707), 4. 152.



Cranstoun, George. See Corehouse.

Crapo, William Wallace, elected a
member M.H.S., 10. 362; accepts,
363; remarks, 11. 187, 12. 112,
424; elected to M.H.S. Council
(1897, '98), 11. 335, 12. 190; on
Gosnold at Cuttyhunk, 16. 247-
249; on J. S. Brayton, 18. 418-419;
Memoir of J. S. Brayton, 19.
268-272.

Crashaw, William, extant copy of
New-yeares Gift to Va., 12. 161.

Craven, Tunis A. M., and failure to
attack Sumter, 16. 467.

Craven, William, earl of, grant of
Bahamas, 13. 15.

Crawford. See also Craford.

Crawford, , of New York (1804),

2. 10.

Crawford, Andrew J., Jackson's letter

(1833), 14. 370-372.
Crawford, Mungo, admitted a denizen

(1686), 13. 258.
Crawford, Thomas, and C. C. Perkins,

3. 226, 228; "Hebe and Gany-
mede," 226; "Beethoven," 228.

Crawford, Col. William, expedition
(1782), 19. 159.

Creamer, , salary at Philadelphia

Academy (1754), 7. 341.

Creasy, Sir Edward, ignores last
T-oyal veto, 5. 158.

Creek Indians, Mass. resolution on
(1831), 15. 217/1.

Creighton, Mandell, elected a cor-
resp. member M.H.S. , 3. 178;
accepts, 215; and return of Brad-
ford MS., 12. 59-60, 15. 70-71;
transferred to honorary member-
ship, 12. 60, 72; death, 14. xx;
M.H.S. tribute to, 425-426.

Crese, Jonathan, on Indian scout
(1748), 6. 431.

Crevecoeur, Mme. Marie de, on St.
John de Crevecoeur's papers, 20. 20.

Crevecoeur, St. John de. See St. John.

Crime,, executions for infanticide, 1.
153, 155; Beadle murder, 2. 147-
149; punishment for defamation
(1634), 3. 4; police reform in
Boston (1792), 4. 62-64; minor,
in colon. Mass., 6. 498; simony,

8. 507, 514-517; findings of grand
jury of Middlesex Co., Mass. (1753),

9. 17-18; punishments in Boston
(1764-73), 10. 57; ethics of crimi-
nal law, 11. 139-142 ; index of first
Mass. code of duties of constable,
14. 382-384; suicide as, 16. 375,
521-532; cropping and branding



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as punisliments (1764), 18. 260;
negro rapists and lynching, 19.
102-104; code of colon. N. H.,
174; Mass. case and law on high-
way robbery, 178-190; penitenti-
aries (1812), 370, 374. See also
Riots, Social conditions.

Criminal law, etliics of advocacy, 11.
139-142. See also Crime.

Cripps, , of Charieston (1804),

2.26.

Crisp, (1675), 13. 401.

Crisp, Captain, and Phips's Port
Royal expedition, 13. 334.

Crisp, Richard, fencing-school (1686),
13. 269.

Critchett, William, deserts (1760),
6. 383.

Crittenden, John Jordan, separated



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