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elections to Senate, 13. 315.

Crittenden, William, bill of sale of
slave, 20. 514.

Crockendine, Abraham, exile in Am-
sterdam, 6. 51.

Crocker, , innkeeper at New

Bedford (1801), 4. 135.

Crocker, Reverend, sermons at siege
of Louisburg (1745), 11. 424, 436.

Crocker, Abby [Mrs. Cobb], 7. 320.

Crocker, Ann J. (Fitz), 19. 564.

Crocker, Clara G. (Ballard), 19. 564.

Crocker, George G., Conveyancers'
Assoc, 14. 96 n.; legal work, 19.
556.

Crocker, Hannah (Mather), gift to
M.H.S., 8. 144.

Crocker, Josiah, 19. 554.

Crocker, Samuel, port., 6. 416.

Crocker, Sarah K. (Haskell), 19. 554.

Crocker, Uriel, port., 3. 283; career,
19. 554.

Crocker, Uriel Haskell, elected a
member M.H.S., 1. 41; accepts,
75; list of publications (1885, '96),

2. 391, 11. 317; on Auditing Com.
(1887), 3. 254; report, 297; on
Wm. Aspinwall, 12. 359; Con-
veyancers' Assoc, 14. 96 n.;
M.H.S. tribute to, 16. 1-3; in
M.H.S., 2; economic studies,

3, 19. 560-563; memoir of, as-
signed to H. G. Denny, 16. 19;
Memoir by S. S. Shaw, 19. 554-
565; PORT, and autog., 554;
birth, 554; ancestry, 554; edu-
cation, 554; lawyer, legal works,
555-557; character, 555, 564 ; and
Boston park system, 557; and in-
dex of Suffolk deeds, 558; in Com-
mon Council, 559; on authorship



of Book of Possessions, 563; sav-
ings-bank reform, 563 ; revision of
statutes and ordinances, 564 ; mar-
riages, children, 564; societies and
positions, 564; death, 564.
Crockett. See Crokatt.
Crofte, Rev. John, of Saleby, Eng.

(1612), 8. 508, 597.
Crofts, Sir Herbert, as Puritan, 3.
156.

Croghan, George, journal of Pontiac
Conspiracy, 4. 44.

Crokatt, Charles, letter on Declara-
tory Act (1766), 11. 446.

Crokatt, James, prize case (1744),
5. 88.

Cromberger, Juan, and Mexican press,
12. 397-398.

Cromwell, Elizabeth [Mrs. Clepole],
2. 256.

Cromwell, Henry, in Boston society,
10. 35 ; origin and career, 36.

Cromwell, Nathan, Anti-Federalist,
17. 507.

Cromwell, Oliver, West Indian ex-
pedition, 3. 194, 14. 211-212, 16.
499-502; and N. Eng. migration
to Jamaica, 3. 194 ; Protectorate
established, 4. 270; dissolves Pari.
(1658), 277; Gardiner's view of, 12.

. Ill, 16. 10; and Old Providence
Island, 13. 7 n.

Cromwell, Richard, and Desborough,
16. 509.

Cromivell, privateer, 1. 19.

Crooffoot, John, death at Louisburg
(1745), 11. 443.

Crook, , of Newport (1789), 16.

460.

Crooked Billet, Pa. (1777), 6. 103.

Crookes, Joseph, killed at Wyoming
(1778), 3. 345. _

Crookes, Sir William, and levitation,
20. 445.

Crooks, William, killed at Wyoming
(1778), 3. 345.

Cropper, 6'e??. John, port., 4. 109.

Cropper, John, of N. Y., gift to
M.H.S. , 4. 109.

Crops, in Massachusetts (1701), 1.
155; (1703), 157; (1707), 159;
(1708), 160. See also Agriculture.

Crosbey. See also Crosby.

Crosbey, Ebenezer, purchases con-
fiscated Boston estate, 10. 184.

Crosbey, Lieut. Joseph, disciplined
by church (1735), 6. 490.

Crosby, James, case, 16. 114 n.

Crosby, Joel, captured (1758). 6. 22,
33; effects appraised, 24, '28.



CROSBY-CUMMINGS



107'



Crosby, Leander, and "Ancient

Wreck," 4. 217 n.
Crosby, Robert, of Groton (1759),

6. 29.

Crosby, Thomas, of Boston, death

(1702), 14. 21.
Crosby, William, and class reunion

(1844), 5. 242.
Cross. See also Crosse.
Cross, , of Philadelphia (1754),

7. 341.

Cross, Jane (Greenleaf), 16. 383 n.

Cross, Ralph, 16. 383 ?i.

Cross Dam, Boston, 13. 3.

Crosse, Capt. Stephen, in Phips's

Quebec expedition, 15. 299.
Crosson, William, captured (1778),

6. 118, 122.
Croswell, Rev. Andrew [1], 3. 430 n. ;

Isaac Watts on, 9. 398.
Croswell, Andrew [2], of Plymouth

Com. of Corresp., 3. 402 n.
Croswell, Dr. Andrew [3], at class

reunion (1848), 5. 255-258.
Croswell, Joseph, guest of Old Colony

Club, 3. 430, 431; biog. note,

430 n.; drama, 431 n.
Croswell, William, exhibition part

(1780), 18. 222.
Croupier de Kandran, Stephen, prize

case (1746), 5. 89.
Crowell, Jabez (1717), 8. 219.
Crowell, Mrs. Sarah (1717), 8. 220.
Crown Coffee House, Boston, 4.

243.
Crown Coffee House, Providence,

4. 245.

Crown Point, expedition against
(1755), 1. 70, 13. 386-387; name
as royal memorial, 4. 247; Am.
army at (1760), 392-396, 403-405,

5. 355-367, 380-390; (1776), 10.
498; plan (1762), 8. 226.

Crowninscheldt, Johannes C. R. von,
immigrant, 15. 525.

Crowninshield, Benjamin W., sub-
scription for M.H.S. building, 3.
291; letter from Com. Rogers
(1815) characterizing naval offi-
cers, 4. 207; Choate's campaign
against (1830), 11. 126.

Crowninshield, Caspar, in Civil War,
2. 417 n.

Crowninshield, Edward Augustus,
and Chas. Deane, 7. 48, 53, 83.

Crowninshield, Francis B., and
Choate, 11. 130, 143; and Mass.
Conven. (1853), 18. 34._

Crowninshield, George, in War of
1812, 15. 525.



Crowninshield, Harriet E. D. (Seais),

2. 429.
Crowninshield, Jacob, polit. letter
from Wm. Bentley (1804), 8.
58-59; career, 15. 525; papeis,
525.
Crowninshield, Mary [Mrs. Endicott],

15. 524.
Crowninshield, Sarah (Gardner), 15.

526.
Cruden, M., exile in Amsterdam, 6. 51.
Cruft, Edward, subscription for

M.H.S. building, 3. 291.
Cruft, Samuel B., Master's oration

(1839), 5. 227; gift to M.H.S., 6.

416.
Cuba, character of Span, rule, 12. 71;

attitude of U. S. (1825), 360-366;

(1823), 15. 386; Ben. Waterhouse

on (1836), 460.
Culley, , farm near Cherry

Valley, 2. 449, 450, 462; removes,

453.
Cullick, John, release (1660), 5. 290.
CuUum, George Washington, elected

a corresp. member M.H.S., 1. 41;

accepts, 75; extends hospitality,

4. 367; M.H.S. tribute to, 7. 331.
Culpeper, Thomas, 2d baron, in Bos-
ton (1680), 13. 408.
Culver, Edward, deed to (1665), 5.

292.
Culverwell, Ezekiel, of Eng. (1598),

19. 294.
Cumber, Peter, picture-framer, 4.

242 ri.
Cumberland, Md., coal mines (1836),

7. 267, 208.
Cumberland, N. S., in 1776, 2. 301,

302.
Cumbey, Robert, Some Few Remarks,

17. 27-28.
Cuming, John, instructions to Capt.

Lawrence (1758), 6. 25.
Cumings. See also Cuming, Cum -

mings.
Cumings, Bradley, works on Boston

defences (1814), 14. 152.
Cumings, Rev. Henry, at Harvard

Commencements (1806-08), 5. 171,

173, 174.
Cumings, Lieut. Nathaniel, in cam-
paign of 1760, 4. 388, 389. _
Cumings, Simeon, in campaign of

1760, 4. 389.
Cummings. See also Cumings.
Cummings, , and spies (1778), 3.

121.
Cummings, Asa, Commencement part

(1817), 5. 182; biog. note, 182 n.



108



CUMMINGS-CUSHING



Cummings, Benjamin, 4. 385.
Cummings, Samuel, and Rev. Dudley

Bradstreet, 13. 300.
Cummings, Sarah (Holden), 4. 385.
Cumston, John, captured at Quebec,

2. 295.

Cunkaroorut, Scatacook Indian, 6.
378.

Cunningham, Archibald, absentee
loyalist, 10. 163.

Cunningham, Charles W., business,
7. 321.

Cunningham, Edward L., Master's
oration (1832), 5. 209.

Cvmningham, Rev. Francis, Com-
mencement part (1825), 5. 193;
biog. notes, 193 n., 9. 125 n. ; B K
prayer (1834), 125.

Cunningham, Henry C, and Jack-
son's Crawford letter, 14. 370-372.

Cunningham, Henry W., acknowl-
edgment to, 20. 596 n.

Cunningham, J. Henry, business, 7.
321.

Cunningham, Major (?) James, in
Boston society, 10. 32.

Cunningham, Nathaniel, subscribes
to Merchants' Notes (1733), 17.
208.

Cunningham, William, elected a
corresp. member M.H.S., 13. 121.

Curasao, illicit trade with N. Eng.
(1707), 4. 152; measures to check
it, 154.

Currency. See Paper money.

Currie, Dr. James (1787), 17. 457.

Currie, John, at Passamaquoddy Bay,

3. 91.

Curry, Ross, 16. 460; biog. note,
460 n.

Curry, Jabez Lamar Monroe, elected
a corresp. member M.H.S., 2. 4;
accepts, 64 ; on profert of Alphonso
XIII., 3. 54; on Span, archives on
Am. Rev., 54; Diplomatic ser-
vices OF G. W. Erving, 5. 6, 17-
33; on growth of antislavery, 14.
11, 12; M.H.S. tribute to, 17. 128.

Cursing as crime in colon. Mass., 6.
498.

Curtice, Samuel, and Beadle murder,
2. 147.

Curtis. See also Curtice.

Curtis, Ashley, deatli, 14. 27.

Curtis, Benjamin Robbins, on Judge
Bigelow, 5. 481 ; on ethics of advo-
cacy, 11. 139; on Choate as lawyer,
153; as leader of bar, 14. 158; Fri-
day Club, 473, 16. 465; Webster's
letter introducing (1848), 15. 280.



Curtis, C. P., gift to M.H.S. , 6. 416.

Curtis, Caroline E. [Mrs. Frothing-
ham], 10. 513.

Curtis, Catherine S. [Mrs. Green-
ough], 14. 471.

Curtis, Charles, loyalist refugee, 2.
234.

Curtis, Edward, and Johnson's port,
of Webster, 2. 218.

Curtis, George Ticknor, mistake on
last royal veto, 5. 159; death an-
nounced, 9. 1.

Curtis, George William, death an-
nounced, 8. 1.

Curtis, Lieut. ( ?) Jesse (or Peter) , at
siege of Boston, 9. 89.

Curtis, Capt. John, of Worcester, 4.
387.

Curtis, Joseph, non-consumption
agreement (1786), 8. 497.

Curtis, Louis, gift to M.H.S., 16. 291.

Curtis, Martha [Mrs. Clarke, Mrs.
Freeman], 4. 47, 320.

Curtis, Obadiah, 4. 47.

Curtis, Lieut. Samuel, killed (1758),
6. 33.

Curtis, Samuel, at Harvard Com-
mencement (1820), 5. 187.

Curtis, Sarah, 4. 320.

Curtis, Thomas B., on "Boston
Proper," 1. 263; letter from Web-
ster (1^3), 18. 325.

Curtis, Lieut. William, on furlough, 2.
451,453; at Cherry Valley, 457.

Curtius, Ernst, elected honorary
member M.H.S., 3. 313; M.H.S.
tributes to, 11. 108, 118-120.

Curwin, Jonathan (1717), 8. 217.

Cushing, Deacon, innkeeper at Hing-
ham (c. 1765), 10. 47.

Cushing, Anne, of Eng. (1669), 1.
137.

Cushing, Rev. Caleb [H. C. 1692],
port., 16. 291.

Cushing, Caleb, at a class dinner, 2.
91; Master's oration (1820) and
biog. notes, 5. 187, 187 ?i., 9. 117 ?i. ;
0BK poem (1819), 117; 0BK
oration (1839), 130; at 0BK din-
ner (1845), 140.

Cushing, Daniel, will of uncle, 1. 137;
justice of peace (1686), 13. 254;
death (1700), 14. 19.

Cushing, Elijah, office, 2. 232.

Cushing, Elizabeth, of Eng. (1669), 1.
137.

Cushing, Elizabeth [Mrs. Thaxter],
16. 339 n.

Cushing, Mrs. Godly, of Eng. (1669),
1. 137.



CUSHING-CUSTOMS



109



Gushing, Harry A., Transition in
Mass., 11. 289.

Gushing, Jacob, at Harvard Com-
mencement (1808), 5. 174.

Gushing, Jeremiah, of (?) Boston, 1.
137; house burned (1676), 13.
411.

Cusliing, Rev. Jeremiah, of Scituate,
death (1706), 14. 24.

Gushing, John [1], 1. 137.

Gushing, John [2], and Council's as-
sumption of control (1715), 15.
349.

Gushing, Judge John [3], letters from
Hutchinson (1765-69), 20. 535-
537.

Gushing, John [? 4], at Boston dinner
(1776), 10. 103.

Gushing, John, Harvard D.D. (1822),
5. 190.

Gushing, Katherine [Mrs. Long], 1.
137.

Gushing, Mrs. Margery, of Eng.
(1669), 1. 137.

Gushing, Matthew, of England (1669),
1. 137.

Gushing, Matthew, of N. Eng. (1669),
1. 137.

Gushing, Nathan, guest of Old Colony
Club, 3. 408, 409, 412, 427, 429.

Gushing, Lieut. (Capt.) Nathaniel, at
Ticonderoga (1776), 6. 85; in Sara-
toga campaign, 6. 97, 101 ; furlough,
106, 107.

Gushing, Peter, of Eng. (1669), 1.
137.

Gushing, Mrs. Robert (Perkins), 7.
428.

Gushing, Sarah M. [Mrs. Toppan], 15.
483.

Gushing, Theophilus, of N. Eng.
(1669), 1. 137.

Gushing, Thomas, of London, will
(1669), 1. 137.

Gushing, Thomas [1], director of Mer-
chants' Notes scheme (1733), 17.
189, 205, 207.

Gushing, Thomas [2], on Mass. Com.
of Corresp., 4. 82; journal of meet-
ings, 83-90; letter to Bowdoin
(1775) on Washington, 8. 61 ; from
Bowdoin (1775) on Washington
and pay of forces, 289; in Boston
society, 10. 31, 33, 106, 107;
chosen Speaker (1766), 62; on
com. on Liberty affair, 67; vetoed
for Com.-Gen. (1770), 75; con-
ference on Port Bill, 84; chosen
for Congress .(1774), 86; charac-
terized, 12. 139; prominent rebel,



16.92; lettertoWm.C9oper(1775)
on probate matter, division of Suf-
folk, 97-99; as judge of probate,
97 n.-99 n., 113 n., 116; interment,
391.

Gushing, Lieut. Thomas, in Am. army
(1779), 6. 127.

Gushing, Thomas, Master's oration
(1837), 5. 220.

Gushing, Thomas H., as Adj.-Gen.,
20. 354.

Gushing, William, of Eng. (1669), 1.
137.

Gushing, Judge William, revises Mass.
statutes, 3. 378; salary question
(1774), 10. 83; biog. note, 16.
341 n.

Cushman, Charlotte S., ancestry, 3.
385.

Cushman, Elkanah [1], 3. 385.

Cushman, Elkanah [2], loyalist refu-
gee, 2. 234; biog. note, 3. 385;
AUTOG., 389; member of Old
Colony Club, 389; record of at-
tendance, 389-444; steward, 390;
treasurer, 399; surveyor of new
road, 405; present from Club, 419.

Cushman, Elkanah [3], 3. 385; works
on Boston defences (1814), 14. 152.

Cusliman, Joshua, 16. 407; J. Q.
Adams's characterization, 407 n. ;
biog. note, 408 n.

Cushman, Mary (Singleton), Pilgrim
at Leyden, 17. 173.

Cushman, Mary (Lothrop), 3. 385.

Cusliman, Mary E. (Babbit), 3. 385.

Cushman, Robert, sermon at Ply-
mouth (1621), editions, extant
copies, 3. 404, 404 n., 9. 184; Pil-
grim at Leyden, 17. 173.

Cushman, Mrs. Sarah, Pilgrim at
Leyden, 17. 173.

Cushman, Susannah W. (Lothrop),
3. 385.

Cushman, Thomas, Pilgrim at Ley-
den, 17. 173.

Cussens, Nicholas, Boston estate, 14.
56 n.

Custer, E. L., port, of S. F. Haven, 1.
403.

Customs, Quary's report on violations
in Am. colonies (1708), 4. 149-155;
royal instructions to province
(1702), 8. 102; Townshend Acts,
10, 63, 75; mistakes in history
of Boston, 12. 192-195; records
there, 193 ; Boston clearance cer-
tificate (1692), 284; duties laid by
Dudley's Council (1686), 13. 241,
245, 269; regulation of Mass.



110



CUSTOMS-DAKIN



coasting vessels (1686), 256; Mass.
ports of entry (1GS6), 264; con-
flict with navy officers (1686), 273,
274; at Kennebec River (1686),
275, 278. See also Acts of Trade,
Comoierce, Tariff, Tea.

Customs, social. See Social life.

Cuthbert, Colonel, S. C. planter (1804),
2. 27, 28.

Cuthbertson, Cuthbert, Pilgrim at
Leyden, 17. 173.

Cuthbertson, Elizabeth (Kendall),
Pilgrim at Leyden, 17. 173.

Cuthbertson, Samuel, Pilgrim at Ley-
den, 17. 181.

Cutler, Ephraim, biog., 6. 72.

Cutler, John, conveyance (1691), 7.
168; suit (1685), 13. 282.

Cutler, John, in Trinity Church ves-
try (1774), 10. 89.

Cutler, Lydia (Prout), 16. 379 n.

Cutler, Manasseh, port., 4. 110;
biog., 6. 72; tract on map of North-
west Territory (1785), 14. 167.

Cutler, Mrs. Mary (1717), 8. 217. .

Cutler, Mrs. Rebecca, of Charlestown,
death, 7. 170.

Cutler, Samuel, biog. note, 16. 379 ?k ;
J. Q. Adams on, 394, 444; men-
tioned in Adams's diary (1788),
379, 383, 384, 393, 396, 400, 401,
415, 448.

Cutler, Timothy, petition as constable
(1688), 13. 252.

Cutler, Rev. Timothy, Pelham's mez-
zotint, 18. 238.

Cutler, William P., gift to M.H.S., 4.
110.

Cutshamekin, sagamore, 8. 10, 16.
484.

Cutt, Richard, ancestor of Am. family,

2. 195 ; death, 13. 354, 401 ; Green-
land's plot against, 19. 288-290.

Cutt, Mrs. Ursula, killed by Lidians
(1694), 7. 167.

Cutter, William R., and Chamber-
lain's Chelsea, 20. 146.

Cutting, , Eng.-Va. trade (1651),

3. 6.

Cutting, Sergeant Hezekiah, at Cherry
Valley (1778), 2. 457.

Cutting, John Brown, letters to Jef-
ferson (1788), 17. 501-508 [see
Jefferson].

Cutts. See also Cutt.

Cutts, Anna Howard, 16. 317 n., 421.

Cutts, Charles, exliibition part (1788),
16. 408; biog. note, 408 n.

Cutts, Eliza Eppes [Mrs. Carter], 16.
137 n.



Cutts, Joanna, of Eng. (1694), 2. 175.

Cutts, John, baron, letters communi-
cated, 2. 171; courage, 172; career,
172, 192; and Joseph Dudley, 172,
173; character, 172; letters to
Dudley (1693-1700), 173-192; on
personal financial matters, 174-
175, 182; on mourning livery, 174;
on clothing for regiment, 175; on
Flanders campaign (1694), 176-177 ;
and corporations of Isle of Wight
towns, 177, 182-185, 190; prom-
ises to Dudley, 177, 179, 184, 186;
reproves him, 178, 185, 188; on the
"association," 179; intrigue over
an appointment, 179; on elections
at Wight, 181 ; on approaching end
of war (1697), 185; plan to con-
trol affairs at Wight, 186; expects
vice-admiralship, 185, 190; orders
celebration of King's return, 187-
188; at Tunbridge Wells, 191; on
poaching, 191;- вАФ lampooned by
Swift, 192; death, 193; on taking
of Venloo, 193 ; as poet, 193; dedi-
cation to Mary of Orange, 194 ;
marriages, 195: ports., 195.

Cutts, Mary (Carter), 16. 317 n.

Cuttyhunk Island, Gosnold on, 16.
247-249; monument to Gosnold,
249, 17. 440.

Cuvier, Georges, baron, influence of
Buffon on, 16. 345 n.

Cylon's conspiracy at Athens, date,
6. 385.



D



D., C, New Englands Faction dis-
covered, 10. 359.

Dabney, Jonathan P , Commence-
ment spread (ISll), 5. 176.

Dade, William, deposition (1659), 11.
183.

Dagget. See also Daggett, Dagot.

Dagget, , sea-captain (1694), 7.

166.

Daggett, David, at Harvard Com-
mencement (1837), 5. 220.

Daggett, Rev. Naphtali, at siege of
Boston, 7. 409.

Daggett, Thomas, innkeeper at Attle-
boro, 9. 42.

Dagot, , in Va. campaign (1781),

6. 145.

Dakin, Capt. Samuel, killed (1758),
6. 33.

Dakin, John, death at Louisburg
(1745), 11. 442.



DALE-DANA



111



Dale, Elizabeth, Lady, Va. plantation,

3. 5.
Dale, Margery [Mrs. Williams], 6. 63.
Dale, Sir Thomas, and Argall's raid,

1. 190.

Dall, Mrs. Caroline H., gifts to
M.H.S., 11. 333, 13. 310.

Dall, Charles H. A., Commencement
part (1837), 5. 219; biog. note,
219n:

Dallas, Alexander J., and Jon.
Mason, 2. 11; and Duane sedition
case, 20. 26G; and Pa. politics
(1802), 277; on Jefferson and
Miranda, 283; Duane on cabal,
338

Dallas, George M., and tariff (1832),
19. 523.

Dalrymple. See also Dirumphel.

Dalrymple, Col. William, in Boston
society, 10. 29, 32, 46, 70, 73, 75-
77; quartering of his troops, 69;
vote of merchants censuring, 73;
and Boston Massacre, 74; Castle
delivered up to, 76.

Dalton, Catherine, 16. 389 n.

Dalton, Charles Henry, gift to
M.H.S., 10. 293; and cotton man-
ufacture, 17. 123; elected a mem-
ber M.H.S., 18. 334; on Auditing
Com. (1905), 454; report, 19. 221;
Christmas Story, 205; on U. S.
postage stamps, 20. 6-12.

Dalton, Edward Barry, character,
8. 85.

Dalton, John C, Commencenjent part
(1814) and biog. note, 5. 178,
178 n.

Dalton, Mary [Mrs. White], 16. 297 n.,
389 n., 421.

Dalton, Ruth Hooper [Mrs. Deblois],
J. Q. Adams on, 16. 297; men-
tioned, 388, 389 ?i., 421.

Dalton, (?) Samuel, on com. on war
expenses (1676), 12. 402.

Dalton, Sarah, 16. 389 n.

Dalton, Rev. Timothy, at Hampton,

2. 48. _ _

Dalton, Tristram, in Boston society,
10. 33, 36, 99, 103, 107; Newbury
estate, 45; in Boston (1776), 99;
biog. note, 16. 297 n. ; mentioned
in J. Q. Adams's diary (1787-88),
297, 301, 331, 387; and reception
of AVashington (1789), 463.

Daly, Sir Malachy B., at Cabot cele-
bration, 12. 8.

Daman. See also Damon.

Daman, Obadiah, loyalist refugee, 2.
235.



Damariscotta, Me., Indian fight
(1697), 1. 151, 13. 28.

Damiani, , Eng. consul at Jaffa

(1832), 19. 499.

Dammon, , death in Am. army

(1776), 12. 102.

Damon. See also Daman, Dammon.

Damon, A. B., of Ga., 20. 515.

Damon, David, Harvard D.D. (1843),
5. 239.

Damphord, Reverend, identity, 4. 160.

Dana. See also Daney.

Dana, Anderson, killed at Wyoming
(1778), 3. 345.

Dana, Charles A., at Harvard, 12.
9; on Grant and Butler (1864), 19.
354; and capture of Richmond, 20.
90; on Grant's lack of staff, 102 n.

Dana, Charles's., gift to M.H.S., 13.
129.

Dana, Rev. Daniel, resemblance to
Clay, 19. 376; jubilee, 431, 438.

Dana, Elizabeth (Ellery), 6. 262.

Dana, Francis, career, 6. 262 ; Hig-
ginson on recall (1784), 8. 180; in
Boston society, 10. 32 ; and X Y Z
mission, 15. 89 ; paralytic fit (1787),
16. 295 n., 341; J. Q. Adams on,
295 n. ; mentioned in Adams's
diary (1787-88), 341, 343, 409, 413,
432, 439; in Ratification Conven.,
371; commended to Rich. Price
(1775), 17. 283, 284.

Dana, George, case, 16. 20.

Dana, Rev. James [H. C. 1753], biog.
note, 3. 46; in 1795, 47.

Dana, Gen. James, cat. of Webster
ports., busts, etc., 2. 262-265.

Dana, Richard, 6. 262; on com. to
instruct representatives (1767, '68),
10. 64, 68; on com. on Liberty
affair, 67.

Dana, Richard Henry [1], 6. 262.

Dana, Richard Henry [2], and F. E.
Parker, 2. 214, 3. 249; Conscience
Whig, 147, 13. 201; Commence-
ment part (1837), 5. 219; biog.
note, 219 n.; on Judge Bigelow,
476-478, 481; Memoir by C. F.
Adams, 6. 209, 262-267; port.
and AUTOG., 262; birth and death,
262; ancestry, 262; education,
262, 263; voyage to Calif., 263;
Two Years before the Mast, 263;
studies law, 263 ; Seaman's Friend,
264; marriage, 264; Free-Soiler,
264; and fugitive slaves, 264; in
Mass. Conven. (1853), 264, 18. 35,
37, 39; and rendition of Burns, 6.
264; travel, 265; U. S. Dist.-Atty.



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for Mass., 265, 266; ed. of Whea-
ton's International Law, Lawrence
controversy, 265; in Mass. leg-
islature, 266; candidacy for Con-
gress, 266; in M.H.S., 266; in
Am. Academy, 266; public
addresses, 266; Harvard connec-
tions, 266; religion, 267; last
years abroad, 267; extended me-
moir of, 267 ; letter to Ed. Moxon
(1841) on Eng. pub. of Seaman's
Friend. 398-399; and Eng. mis-
sion (1876), 399; and H. M.
Dexter, 7. 96; Hill's memoir, 369;
and literary men, 9. 306; Henry
Lee's characterization, 19. 252.

Dana, Judge Samuel, and returns of
census of 1765, 4. 138.

Dana, Rev. Samuel, gift to M.H.S.
(1814), 11. 73.

Dana, Sarah (Watson), 6. 264.

Dana, Sophia (Willard), 16. 309 n.

Danbury, Conn., Am. forces at
(1778-79), 3. 120-125; Brit, raid
(1777), 6. 91.

Dancing, Boston assemblies (1768-
73), 10. 37; allowed by Book of
Sports, 19. 88, 90.

Dane. ' See also Dean.

Dane, Rev. Francis, at Andover, 2. 48 ;
death, 14. 17.

Dane, Mary [Mrs. Chandler], 3.
206.

Dane, Nathan, and Va. milit. grants,
17. 509.

Daneau, Lambert, De Sortiariis, 1.
355 n.

Daney, Captain, of Hudson River
(1781), 6. 160.

Danford (? Danforth), Lieutenant, at
siege of Boston, 9. 75.

Danforth, Benjamin, witnesses a
manumission, 8. 500.

Danforth, Isaac, subscription to Bos-
ton dinner (1830), 6.342.

Danforth, Rev. John, visit to R. I., 1.
155; elegy on Willard (1707), 6.
173; almanac (1679), 9. 446;
Kneeling to God, 511, 10. 358;
preface to Warning to the Flocks,
9. 526, 17. 29; and will of John
Foster, 19. 59, 60.

Danforth, Capt. Jonathan (1692), 7.
163; MS. plans of tract of land,
9. 193-195.

Danforth, Capt. Jonathan, at Ticon-
deroga (1776), 6. 84.

Danforth, Rev. Samuel [1] [H. C.
1643], at Roxbury, 2. 46; Astro-
nomical Description of late Comet,



9. 423; Recognition of New-Eng-
lands Errand, 429; verses on Wm.
Tompson, 10. 284; death, 13. 398.

Danforth, Rev. Samuel [2], of Taun-
ton, preaches in Boston (1714),
8. 223; almanac (1686), 9. 469-
470; account of Indian planta-
tions, 514, 10. 358; Indian transl.
of Mather's Five Sermons, extant
copies, price, 358.

Danforth, Samuel [H. C. 1671],
preaches for Mather (1675), 13.
343; Harvard affairs (1675), 349.

Danforth, Samuel [H. C. 1715], 20.
535.

Danforth, Thomas, death (1699), 1.
154; Boston estate, 313; report on
Groton (1661), 4. 136, 137; deed
to York, Me. (1684), 5. 432-435;
leadership, 8. 282; and Andros
(1689), 9. 478; and press censor-
ship, 11. 243; order of Dudley's
Council on, 13. 236, 260.

Danforth, Thomas, addresses to
Hutchinson and Gage (1774), 14.
50 n., 51 n.

Daniel, Richard, goes to England
(1689), 7. 151.

Daniell, Alice, letter to Winthrop
(? 1635) on estate of Saml. Skelton,

10. 109-114.

Daniels, J. H., gift to M.H.S., 2.

394; etching of Bernard, 4. 110.
Danielson, Major Nathaniel, at siege

of Boston, 9. 62.
Danielson, Col. Timothy, at siege of

Boston, 7. 404, 9. 63, 65, 89.
Danson, George, petition (1686), 13.

2.53.
Danthorn, Gilbert, killed at Wyoming

(1778), 3. 345.
Danvers, Sir John, Bermuda estate

confiscated, 13. 49.
Danvers, Mass., old houses, 14. 293.
Danville, Vt., origin of name, 20. 57.
Dardin, Alice [Mrs. Mortlock], 6. 57.
Darius, battle of Marathon, 17. 252-

262; significance of his invasion,

384.
"Dark day" (1780), 8. 114.
DarUng, Charles W., gift to M.H.S.,

4. 350.
Darling, Jabez, killed at Wyoming

(1778), 3. 345.
Darnaby, John, Jr., 20. 514.
Darracott, George, works on Boston

defences (1814), 14. 151; char-
acterized, 152.
Dartmoor Prison, in 1891, 7. 17; Am.

prisoners at, 10. 116.



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Dartmouth, Mass., Indian attack

(1675), 13. 400.
Dartmouth, Eng. war-ship, at Boston

(1686), 13. 270.
Dartmouth College, ports, and statue

of Webster owned by, 2. 262-264;

dedication of Wilson Hall, 3. 279;

J. Q. Adams on graduates (1787,

'88), 16. 361, 395; Rich. Price's

donation (1785), 17. 324. See also

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