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Denny. See also Dennie.

Denny, Albert and Benj. Colman, 9.
382, 407.

Denny, Henry Gardner, in M.H.S.
group picture (1809), 3. vii; gift
to M.H.S., 8; on Auditing Com.
(1891), 6. 351; report, 414; re-
marks, 11. 238, 12. 73 ; on dreams,
15. 88; memoir of U. H. Crocker
assigned to, 16. 19; on John Wil-
son, 17. 237-238.

De Normandie, James, elected a
member M.H.S., 12. 259; accepts,
293; presents Pepperrell's com-
mission, 339; Diabolical per-
formances NEAR Portsmouth, 14.
168-171; presents draft of Stiles's
letter to Franklin, 320; John
Elwyn, 376-382 ; on Jon. Edwards
at Portsmouth, 15. 16-20; on
com. on Dr. Hale's 80th birthday,
493; on Library Com. (1902), 16.
1; report, 147; list of publications
(1902-04), 129, 18. 269; Piscat-
AQUA Colony, 175-181, 19. 169-
177; Sir Wm. Pepperrell, 17.
87-90; Hymns in eccl. history,
130-140; elected to Council M.H.S.
(1903-05), 234, 18. 290, 19. 226;
remarks, 17. 438, 20. 83; signs
memorials on Constitution, 18.
121, 20. 5; communicates notes
from Apostle Eliot's parish records,
18. 340-347; presents communica-
tion of another member, 390;



120



DENSMORE-DEVROW



memoir of E. J. Young assigned

to, 20. 426.
Densmore, William, ill in campaign of

1760, 5. 382, death, 383.
Denston. See Denison.
Dent, Capt. John H., Rogers on

(1815), 4. 208.
Denys, Jean, chart, 8. 71.
Dependencies. See Civilization and

savagery. Colonies.
Depuis, Charles F., Priestley on, 3.

20.
Derby, Colonel, in campaign of 1760,

5. 375.
Derby, Anstiss [Mrs. Pickman], men-
tioned in J. Q. Adams's diary, 16.

382, 387 71., 389; Adams on, 390.
Derby, Elias H. [1], 16. 429.
Derby, Elias H. [2], Commencement

part (1824), 5. 191; biog. note, 191

n. ; Master's oration (1827), 196.
Derby, Ezekiel H., Commencement

part (1818) and biog. note, 5. 183,

183 n.
Derby, George, Commencement part

(1814) and biog. note, 5. 179 n.
Derby, George S., Conveyancers'

Assoc, 14. 96 n.
Derby, John, Oregon fur-trade ven-
ture, 7. 417, 418.
Derby, Richard, on Mass. Com. of

Corresp., 4. 85.
Derby, Mrs. Richard, 16. 337, 339.
Derby, Conn., whaleboat privateers,

1. 19.
Derby Indians, names (1703), 5. 300.
Derbyshire, Thomas, prize case

(1752), 5. 100.
Dericks. See also Derricks.
Dericks, Alice (Martin), exile in

Amsterdam (1607), 6. 56.
Dering, Sylvester, letter (1786), 16.

285.
Derricks. »See also Dericks.
Derricks, John, exile in Amsterdam

(1607), 6. 52.
Desandrouins, , letters to Levis,

4. 98.
Desaussure, Henry William, and

Jon. Mason, 2. 25, 26, 29.
De Saussure, Wilmot G., on royal

arms in Charleston, 4. 251.
Desborough, John, exploded coat of

arms, 2. 254; and Rich. Cromwell,

16. 509.
Desborough, Mrs. Rose, 16. 502.
Desborough, Samuel, at Guilford, 16.

496; return to Eng., 498, 502._
Desceliers, Pierre, map, and Cartier's

voyages, 7. 301.



Desimoni, Cornelio, and Maiollo

map, 8. 76, 78; death announced,

13. 448.
Des Liens, Nicolas, map (1566) and

Cartier's voyages, 7. 307.
Despaches, , Gov. of Haiti, 2.

332.
Destrehan, Jolm N., death, 13. 314.
Dethick, Miss. A. C, gift to M.H.S.,

8. 202.
Detroit, bank (1806), 20. 289-291,

521-525.
Deuksberrie, M., exile in Amsterdam,

6. 52.

Deveaux, Col. Andrew, captures New
Providence, 13. 16.

Devens, Charles, on port, of R. C.
Winthrop, 2. 119; Memoir of
A. H. Bullock, 3. 322-339; Gen.
Taylor's vindictive letter referred
to, 4. 238 ; on com. on pub. of Prov-
ince Laws, 307; report, 316; Com-
mencement part (1838), 5. 223;
reprinted M.H.S. paper, 6. 228;
M.H.S. tributes to, 269, 285-294,
301; as pubUc man, 286, 291-292,

7. 104, 114; character, 6. 286, 291,
294,7. 116; career, 6. 287, 7. 114; as
U. S. Marshal, f ugiti \'e-slave case,
6. 287, 7. 105-106; in Civil War, 6.
287-289, 7. 106-112; as judge,
6. 289, 7. 112, 113, 115; in Hayes's
Cabinet, 6. 289, 7. 112; decline and
death, 6. 289, 7. 113; as orator, 6.
290,293,7.115-117; .suavity, 6.
292-293; Address to Loyal Legion,
404; Memoir by J. C. Ropes, 7.
104-117; PORT., 104; birth and
ancestry, 104; education, 105;
la\\'yer, 105, 106; in State Senate,
105; hvevet, 112; health, 113;
milit. funeral, 113; engraving, 19.
224; statue at Worcester, 261.

Devens, David, purchases confiscated

Boston estate, 10. 172.
Devens, Mary (Lithgow), 7. 104.
Devens, Richard, Shays's Rebellion,

1. 303; descendants, 7. 104; pur-
chases confiscated estate, 10. 170.

Devereux, George H., Commence-
ment part (1829), 5. 200; biog.
note, 200 n. ; spread, 201.

Devereux, Humphrey, at class re-
union (1848), 5. 250-258.

Devrow, Seth, loj'^alist refugee, 2.
234.

Devrow, Thomas, loyalist refugee, 2.
234.

Devrow, Zephaniah, loyalist refugee,

2. 234.



DEWAR-DEXTER



121



Dewar, , in Boston society (1768),

10. 41.

Dewey, Abijah, killed at siege . of
Boston, 7. 404, 9. 51.

Dewey, Charles A., Harvard LL.D.
(1840), 5. 230.

Dewey, Adm. George, port., 15. 45.

Dewey, Joseph, death at Wyoming,
3. 346.

Dewey, Ensign Oliver, death in Am.
army (1777), 2. 442.

Dewey, Orville, Harvard D. D. (1839),
5. 227; (P B K oration (1830), 9.
123; biog. note, 123 n.

Dewin, Mrs. Henry, death, 14. 17.

De Windt, Mrs. John P. (Smith), 19.
531.

Dexter, Aaron, and Boston Magazine,
18. 326.

Dexter, Arthur, on alleged Sharpless
ports., 3. 185.

Dexter, Edmund, 1. 327; death, 328.

Dexter, Rev. Elijah, career, 7. 90.

Dexter, EmeUne (Palmer), 7. 93;
death, 100.

Dexter, Franklin, autog., 1. 365;
letters from S. G. Perkins (1835),
2. 307, 374; guard for Harvard
(1834), 3. 217; lawyer, 4. 415.

Dexter, Franklin Bowditch, Yale
Graduates and. Annals, 2. 139; com-
municates report of trial of Anne
Hutchinson, 4. 159-191; reprinted
M.H.S. papers, 6. 228; communi-
cates letters of Increase Mather,
8. 344-348; communicates old bal-
lad, 9. 2-5; on early social distinc-
tions at colleges, 5; communicates
memorandum on Mather Byles
(1780), 10. 471; MSS. of Jon.
Edwards, 15. 2-16; Abraham
Bishop, 19. 190-199.

Dexter, George, M.H.S. tributes to,
1. 6-13, 168; in M.H.S., 6, 8, 10-
12, 329-334, 12. 40; linguist, 1.
7; character, 7, 8, 11, 334; death,
7, 333; resolutions on, 7; educa-
tion, 8, 9, 327-328; and Harvard,
10 ; as hist, student and writer, 10,
12, 331-333; Memoir by C. C.
Smith, 327-334; port, and au-
tog., 327; birth and ancestry, 327;
education, 327; visits to Europe,
328,329,331; services in Civil War,
328 ; marriage, 329 ; tutor at Har-
vard, 329; Steward, 329; member
Am. Antiquarian Soc, 329; failing
health, 331, 333; death of daugh-
ter, 332; search for health, 332-
333 ; crayon port, exhibited, 4. 54 ;



reprinted M.H.S. papers, 6. 228-

229; on Cabot mappe-monde, 305;

and ed. of Winthrop Papers, 7. 461 ;

photog. presented, 16. 146.
Dexter, Mrs. George, gifts to M.H.S.,

2. 393, 394.
Dexter, Henry, bust of John Davis,

5. 451.

Dexter, Henry Martyn, on "Non-
Conformist's Oath," 3. 187; on
books printed by Brewster, 263;
on John Robinson's orig. eds., 264;
on identity of certain Pilgrims, 5.
33-37; Elder Brewster's li-
brary, 37-85; on Chas. Deane,
138; remarks, 423, 6. 65; on com.
on Delftshaven Memorial, 1 ; Eng-
lish Exiles in Amsterdam, 41-
64; M.H.S. tributes to, 176-187,
301; death, 176, 7. 100; as Puritan,

6. 176; research on origines of Ply-
mouth, 177, 184, 185, 7. 97; on
polity of Congregationalism, 6. 177-

180, 7. 96; knowledge of Puritan
polemics, 6. 180-181, 7. 96; Bibli-
ography of Congregationalisrn, 6.

181, 7. 98; bequest of library, 6.
181, 7. 102; Congregationalism,

6. 182; on Congregationalism and
Calvinism, 182; on parting ad-
dress of John Robinson, 182, 186;
in M.H.S., 183; typical New Eng-
lander, 184; as minister, 185-186,

7. 102; as editor, 6. 186, 7. 93-94,
102; as advocate, 6. 186; appear-
ance and character, 186-187, 7. 101 ;
reprinted M.H.S. papers, 6. 229;
Memoir by J. E. Sanford, 7. 90-
103; PORT, and autog., 90; birth
and ancestry, 90-91; education,
91; school-teacher, 92 ; at Andover
Theolog. Sem., 92; has Episcopa-
lian inclinations, 92; ministry at
Manchester, 92-94; marriage, 93;
call to Calif., 93, 94; and protest
against Kan.-Neb. Bill, 94-95;
residences, 95; and Congregation-
alist Quarterly, 95; and Winthrop
Club, 96; and Congregational Pil-
grim celebration (1870), 97; lec-
tures on Congregationalism, 98;
unfinished work on Pilgrims in
Europe, 98; ecclesiastical offices,
98; in Norway, 98; and Andover
controversy, 99; appointed dele-
gate to International Council, 100;
societies, 100; and memorial to
Robinson, 101; honorary degrees,
101; scholarship, 101; works, 102-
103, 20. 207.



122



DEXTER-DICKENS



Dexter, John, killed, (1677) 7. 169.

Dexter, Lucy W. (Deane), 1. 329.

Dexter, Mary (Morton), 7. 90; edu-
cator, 91.

Dexter, Mary A. (Dellinger), 1. 327.

Dexter, Morton, elected a member
M.H.S., 10. 115; accepts, 116;
Alleged facts as to Pilgrims,
256-263; remarks, 11. 277, 13. 121,
424, 456, 15. 24, 323, 16. 125, 17.
116, 18. 263; ebcted to M.H.S.
Council (1898-1900), 12. 190, 13.
80, 14. 146; and proposed memo-
rial ed. of Bradford and Winthrop,
12. 260; on E. A. Park, 14. 194;
on Nominating Com. (1901), 15. 2;
report, 51; presents report of
Council (1901), 25-30; Memoir of
E. G. Porter, 55-68; M.H.S.
delegate to Yale bicentenary, 180;
on 450th anniversary of Univ. of
Glasgow, 224-227; on Yale bi-
centenaiy, 320-323 ; on John Rob-
inson tercentenary 493 ; on Library
Com. (1902), 16. 1; report, 147;
presents a Yale medal, 145; Mem-
bers OF Pilgrim Company in
Leyden, 17. 167-184; remarks
on E. C. Smyth, 18. 302; Eng-
land and Holland of Pilgrims, 20.
207.

Dexter, Nancy [Mrs. Bishop], 19.
192, 193.

Dexter, Samuel [1], vetoed for Council
(1766, '67), 10. 62, 63.

Dexter, Samuel [2], and L. M. Sargent,
3. 310; exhibition part (1780), 18.
222.

■ Dexter, Samuel W., Commencement
part (1812) and biog. note, 5. 176,
176 n.

Dexter, Thomas, immigrant, career,
7.90.

Dexter, William S., card on Gil-
christ (1860), 14. 85 n. _

Diamond. See Diman, Dimond.

Diar. See Dyer.

Diaries, list of Quebec expedition, 2.
265-267; of SuUivan's expedition,
436-441 ; credibihty as sources, 10.
486. See' also next title.

Diaries, J. Q. Adams's (1787-89),
16. 291-464; same on Cong, and
journey to Boston (1832), 19. 517-
534; Ben. Boardman's, of siege of
Boston, 7. 400-413; Dudley Brad-
street's, of siege of Louisburg ( 1 745) ,
11. 417-446; Wm. Brinsmead's
note-book (1681-96), 4. 298-302;
Henry Dearborn's, of Am. Rev.



(1775-78, '82-83), 2. 275-305, 3.
102-113; Amos Farnsworth's, of
Am. Rev. (1775-79), 12. 78-102;
Rev. John Fiske's note-book (1637-
75), 317-338; Jabez Fitch's, of
siege of Boston, 9. 40-91; Eli
Forbes's, of Brookfield (1762), 7.
384-399 ; Lawrence Hammond's,
of Boston (1688-94), 144-172;
David Holden's, of French War
(1760), 4. 384-409; fragment of
Saml. Holten's (1778), 10. 463;
Saml. Jenks's, of French War
(1760), 5. 352-396; Wm. Mc-
Kendry's, of Am. Rev. (1777-80),
2. 442-478; John Marshall's, of
Braintree (1697-1711), 1. 148-164,
14. 13-34; Jon. Mason's, of south-
ern journey (1804-05), 2. 5-34;
Increase Mather's (1674-87), 13.
337-374, 397-412 ; Lucian Minor's,
of western travel (1836), 7. 263-
294; John Pierce's, of journey in
N. Eng. (1795), 3. 41-52; same,
of Harvard Commencements (1803-
48), 5. 167-263; same, oi W B K
meetings (1803-48), 9. 110-143;
same, of Pl^miouth anniversaries
(1820, '45), 10. 393-403; same, of
Divinity School graduation (1836),
363-366; same, of journey to
Washington (1812), 366-386; of
Quebec expedition (1775-76), 2.
267-275, 6. 39; Josiah Quincy's, of
N. Eng. journey (1801), 4. 123-
135; John Rowe's, of Boston
(1764-79), 10. 60-108; fragments
of Saml. Sewall's [1], 6. 388-390, 8.
212-221; Saml. Sewall's [2] (1714),
221-225; Ezra Stiles's, of journey
to Philadelphia (1754), 7. 338-344;
Eben. Wild's, of Am. Rev. (1776-
81), 6. 78-160; John Winthrop,
Jr.'s, of N. Eng. journey (1645), 8.
4-12. See also Documents, Let-
ters.

Diary of a Public Man, credibility,
10. 487-490.

Dicey, Albert Venn, elected a cor-
resp. member M.H.S., 16. 126.

Dick, Dr. Elisha Cullen, on Washing-
ton's last illness, 19. 381; religion,
381.

Dickens, Asbury, Port-Folio, 20. 269.

Dickens, Beatrice, exile in Amster-
dam, 6. 52.

Dickens, Charles, on opinion of Pick-
wick, 7. 272.

Dickens, Christopher, exile in Amster-
dam, 6. 52.



DICKENS-DOCUMENTS



123



Dickens, Mary, exile in Amsterdam,
6. 62.

Dickerman, Elijah, in Rev. army, 2.
443; married, 449; on furlough,
452.

Dickerman, H. S., on miscegenation,
19. 101.

Dickerman, Letty (Gibbens), 2. 449.

Dickerson, Lieutenant, in Phips's
Quebec expedition, 15. 310.

Dickerson, Mahlon, and Duane, 20.
266; and Pa. politics (1802), 278.

Dickinson, John, and Declaration of
Independence, 1. 274, 275, 6. 68;
Moore's vindication of, considered,
67-72; training and character,
68; sole author of Declaration of
Causes, 69-71; colonel, 8. 60; let-
ter of thanks from Boston, 10. 66.

Dickinson, Rev. Jonathan, Isaac
Watts on works, 9. 389, 401.

Dickinson, Philemon, in battle of
Monmouth, 3. 114.

Dickson. See Dixon.

Dieri, translation of New Testament,
13. 423.

Dieskau, Ludwig, baron, L6vis's plan
of battle of Lake George, 4. 94;
royal instructions to, 99; engrav-
ing of battle, 5. 416-418.

Digby, Sir Kenelm, contemp. men-
tibn of book by, 1. 119.

Digert, Peter, of Mohawk Valley, '2.
445.

Digert, Walter, of Little Falls, 2. 446.

Dillington, Sir John, and Lord Cutts,
2. 176.

Dilly, Charles, and Am. books, 17.
341, 366.

Diman, Jonathan, and Old Colony
Club, 3. 390, 393.

Dimmock, John L., subscription to
Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342.

Dinah, slave, sold (1769), 3. 321.

Dinnis, Captain, privateering cruise
(1779), 12. 199.

Dinsmore. See Densmore.

Dinmddie, Robert, letters in Park-
man MSS., 1. 361.

Dinwoodie, Christian (?1726),1. 138.

Dinwoodie, Elizabeth, of Va. (? 1726),
1. 138.

Dinwoodie, Jane, of Va. (?1726), 1.
138

Dinwoodie, Janet (? 1726), 1. 138.

Dinwoodie, John, of Va., will (? 1726),
1. 138.

Dinwoodie, Lawrence (? 1726), 1. 138.

Dinwoodie, Mary (?1726), 1. 138.

Dinwoodie, Robert (? 1726), 1. 138.



Dinwoodie, Rose (Masson), 1. 138.

Dinwoodie, Sarah (?1726), 1. 138.

Diodorus Siculus, 3. 22.

Dionysius, power, 12. 109.

Diplomatic medals, Dupre's, 5. 350,
8. 501.

Direction for a Publick Profession
(1665), 9. 423; authorship, 11. 22-
23.

Directory of France, plan to pay debt,
3. 21; and X Y Z mission, 22, 15.
89.

Dirumphel, William, in Am. army
(1775), 12. 106.

Disasters, flood in Conn. (1692), 7.
160. See also Earthquakes, Fires,
Health, Weather.

Discovery of America. See America,
Explorations, Voyages.

Disease. Sec Health.

Disney, John, residence, 3. 10.

Dissection, General Court on (1647),
1. 46.

District of Columbia, J. Q. Adams on
slavery in_, 15. 449, 465, 469. See
also Washington, D. C.

Dix, , in campaign of 1760, 5.

354.

Dix, Dorothea L., articles deposited
by, removed, 3. 347.

Dix, William G., Commencement
part (1845), 5. 246.

Dixon, , sea captain (1778), 2.

238.

Dixon, , innkeeper at Sterling

(1795), 3. 43.

Dixwell, Epes S., Master's oration
(1830), 5. 203; school, 17. 517.

Doane, George W., at Harvard Com-
mencement (1843), 5. 239.

Doane, Isaiah, purchases confiscated
Boston estate, 10. 184.

Dobbyn, , of Ireland, in New

York (1789), 16. 462. _

Dobson, Thomas, and Priestley's pub-
lications, 3. 17-19, 22, 29, 30, 32, 36.

Documents. — See also analyzed ref-
erences under Diaries, Letters,
Maps. — On Argall's expedition, 1.
187-192; Mass. commission of
oyer and terminer (1703), 220;
Maverick's description of N. Eng.
(1660), 231-249; warrant for
Groton town-meeting (1786), 299-
301; on witchcraft affairs, 339-
358; John Eliot's description of
N. Eng. (1650), 2. 44-50; records
of Atherton Co. (1660-64), 150-
152; narrative of St. Domingo in-
surrection, 305-390; on covenant



124



DOCUMENTS-DODGE



against Boston Port Bill, •481-486;
records of Northampton County,
Va. (1632-54), 3. 4-7; Peregrine
White's \nll (1704), 133-135; peti-
tion of Ipsmch on John Winthrop,
Jr. (1637), 197-199; church recom-
mendation of John Winthrop, Jr.
(1650), 200; on domestic slave-
trade, 321, 20. 512-521; on Wyo-
ming Massacre, 3. 340-347; on
Northeastern boundary, 349-369 ;
records of Old Colony Club, 382-444 ;
Boston's instructions on fisheries
(1781), 4. 49-54; journal of Mass.
Com. of corresp. (1773), 82-90;
report of Robt. Quary on customs
(1708), 147-155; report of trial of
Anne Hutchinson, 159-191; of
Rich. Wait and Ann Hibbens, 315-
316; briefs in prize cases (1736-
58), 5. 85-101; narrative of battle
of Lexington, 391-396; Danforth's
deed to York (1684), 432-435; on
Groton milit. companies (1758,
'60), 6. 21-33, 426-432; memorial
of Danl. Leonard (1784), 255-257;
on Ft. Dummer (1723-28), 359-
381 ; memorial of Capt. Chas.
Cochrane (1781), 433-442, 519;
Loyal Petitions (1666), 472-476;
John Winthrop's deed of Rum-
ney Marsh land (1639), 7. 139; in-
ventory of his goods, 140-143;
income of Ezra Stiles (1760), 344-
345; order suppressing Publick
Occurrences (1690), 8. 45; instruc-
tions to officer in King Philip's
War, 65-67; instructions to Gov.
Dudley (1702), 93-105; on Rev.
John Wheelwright, 505-517; Mass.'
non-consumption agreement (1786),
496; on erection of Harvard Hall,
9. 98-101; John Pierce's charac-
terization of J. T. I-urkland, 144-
157; petition of Saml. Whiting
(1659), 225; on Saml. Skelton
(1629), 10. 108-114; inventory of
goods of John Winthrop, Jr. (1635),
11. 4-6; index of early Mass. colon,
laws, 10-17, 14. 383; notarial
record of Wm. Aspinwall (1644),
11. 185; Harvard records (165fr-
72), 201-205; on Canada expedi-
tion (1747), 12. 46-50; Paul Dud-
ley's commission as Atty-.Gen.,
52-54; Randolph's protest on
fees, 237-239; Hutchinson's cur-
rency pamphlet (1736), 450-456;
family bills (c. 1640), 13. 59-62;
records of Dudley's Council (1686),



226-286; church council at Groton
(1712), 298-302; instructions for
general training and sham fight
(1686), 328-330; drafts of loyal
addresses (1685, '93), 330-332, 336-
337 ; draft of advice of Mass. clergy
(1685), 332-333; on recruiting in
Mass. (1690), 334; scheme for elec-
tion of Mass. Council (1693), 335;
addresses to Hutchinson and Gage
(1774), 14. 49 n.-51 n. ; description
of Harvard entrance examinations
(1751-1837), 200-205; narratives
of Phips's expedition to Canada, 15.
281-319; on Mass. Gov. and Coun-
cil (1714-15), 327-362; on genesis
of Monroe Doctrine, 373-436; on
J. Q. Adams and emancipation by
martial law, 438-478; Cotton's
"Moses, his Judicials," 16. 280-
284; warrant for burial of suicide
(1707), 521-523; prospectus of
Blackwell's Bank (1687), 18. 66-
81; Hamilton's notes in Fed.
Conven., 349-362; of poUt. cam-
paign (1800), 259-263; John EHot's
parish note-book, 343-346; on
Mass.-R. L boundarv dispute (1731-
34), 19. 20-34; in case of Saml.
Shrimpton (1685-86), 38-51; John
Foster's will (1681), 58; in high-
way-robbery trial (1789), 178-184;
John Pierce on bicentenary of N.
Eng. Confed., 361-362; his charac-
terization of Saml. Ripley, 386-
389; his description of Brookline
(1817), 424-427; his account of
Dr. Snell's jubilee, 427-440; J. Q.
Adams on "common welfare"
clause in Constitution, 535-553 ; re-
port on Crevecoeur, 20. 584.

Doddridge, Rev. Philip, Family Ex-
positor, 9. 358, 363;- anecdote, 19.
374.

Dodge, , at Haverhill (1787), 16.

302.

Dodge, Captain, of Brookfield (1762),
7. 385.

Dodge, Daniel, suit against Bartlett
(1787), 16. 324.

Dodge, Joseph, baptism (1648), 12.
322.

Dodge, Mrs. Joshua, of Brookfield
(1762), 7. 385.

Dodge, Nathan, at siege of Boston,
7. 401.

Dodge, Oliver, Commencement part
(1788), 16. 439.

Dodge, Richard, of Salem (1645), 12.
322.



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Dodge, Richard, of Wenham (1648),

12. 322.

Dodge, Theodore Ayrault, elected a
member M.H.S., 11. 24; list of
publications (1896, 1905), 317, 19.
205; presents works, 11.367.

Dogget, John, and will of Peregrine
White, 3. 135.

Doggett, Samuel, guest of Old Colony-
Club, 3. 398.

Doggett, Rev. Simeon, and Nathan
Strong, 3. 50; biog. note, 51 n.

Doggett, Thomas, autog. on will
of Peregrine White, 3. 134.

Dolbery, (?) Andrew, sea-captain
(1692), 7. 159.

Dole, Richard, of Newbury (1664), 19.
291.

Dollier de Casson, Frangois, MS.
history of Montreal, 1. 361.

Dolphin, Thomas, exile in Amsterdam

6. 52.

Dolphin, prize case (1748), 5. 91-92.
Domestic life, inventory of effects of
elder Gov. John Winthrop (1649),

7. 140-143; of younger (1635), 11.
4-6. See also Social conditions.

Domett, Mrs. (?) Joseph, leaves Bos-
ton (1775), 9. 10.

Dominique, reported French capture
(1778), 3. 121.

Don Quixote, index of notes to, 3. 63.

Donahoe. See Donnahew.

Donald, Alexander, and Madison's
candidacy (1788), 15. 126; letters
to Jefferson (1787), 17. 455, 488
[see Jefferson].

Donald, Elijah Winchester, elected
a member M.H.S., 14. 163; on
M. C. Tyler, 394; M.H.S. tributes
to, 18. 375, 379-385; death, 375;
in M.H.S., 375, 381; birth and
ancestry, 379; preparation for
ministry, 380; rectorships, 380;
honorary degrees, 380; outside
positions, 380; as preacher, 381;
theology, 381; character, 382;
as rector of Trinity, 383-385;
memoir assigned to A. V. G. Allen,
471.

Donaldson, , of N. Brun. (1785),

3. 83.

Donaldson, Adj. Alexander, in cam-
paign of 1760, 4. 406.

Dongan, Robert, Bermuda estate,

13. 49.

Dongan, Gov. Thomas, and ship

Joanna, 13. 276.
Doniol, Henri, work on U. S., 5.

164.



Donnahew, Cap. David, at siege of
Louisburg (1745), 11. 432; killed,
437.

Donne, John, and Countess of Bed-
ford, 11. 70.

Donohue. See Donnahew.

Donop, Col. Carl E. K. von. Red Bank
Fort assault, 18. 248.

Doolittle, , innkeeper at Wal-

lingford (1804), 2. 6, 32.

Doolittle, Amos, engraving by, 18.
287.

Doolittle, Thomas, Treatise Concern-
ing the Lords Supper, 17. 55.

Dorchester, Guy Carleton, baron, and
Arnold expedition-prisoners, 2. 274-
275; letter to Gen. Fox (1783) on
disbandment and settlement of
loyalists, 3. 74; to Thos. Carleton
(1787) on N. Brun. boundaries,
post, 75; (1788) on N. S. bishopric,
76; and appointment to Can-
ada (1784), 78-81; commander-in-
chief at N. Y., 130, 133; and em-
ployment of Indians, 17. 313; and
terms of peace (1782), 19. 152, 154,
158, 160, 165.

Dorchester, Mass., powder works
blown up (1705), 1. 158; on early
map, 211; Maverick's account
(1660), 238; in 1650, 2. 46; de-
velopment of town govt., 7. 177-
186; pre-settlement organization,
217 n., 238, 260; annexation to
Boston, 11. 395; old houses, 14.
289-290, 296.

Dorchester Heights, fortification, 10^
95, 18. 429.

Dorchester House, London, art and
literary treasures, 12. 158.

Dorety, William, of Krookfield 7.
388.

Doiman, Thomas, petition (1637), 3.
199.

Dorr, James A., Commencement part
(1832) and biog. note, 5. 209,
209 n.

Dorr, Samuel, subscription for M.H.S.
building, 3. 291.

Dorr, Samuel A., subscription for
M.H.S. building, 3. 291.

Dorr, Thomas W., 4. 415.

Dorrance, George, killed at Wyoming
(1778), 3. 345.

Dorsey, John, and Leib, 20. 366.

Doten, Thomas, 3. 390; guest of Old
Colony Club, 440.

Doty's Tavern, Stoughton, 10. 47.

Doubleday, , milit. watch (1689),

1. 162.



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Douchet Island. See St. Croix
Island.

Douglitey, Thomas, case before Dud-
ley's Council (1686), 13._ 276, 277.

Doughty, , ornithologist, as trav-
elling companion, 7. 274, 276.

Douglas, Sir Howard, on Chesapeake-
Shannon fight, 1. 379.

Douglas, Lieut.-Col. John, at siege
of Boston, 9. 41, 58, 67, 68, 71, 84,
85, 90.

Douglas, Joseph, in campaign of
1760, 5. 387.

Douglas, Phineas, in campaign of
1760, 5. 387.

Douglas, Stephen A., in election of
1860, 3. 328; and Sumner, 20. 543.

Douglas, William, petition to Dud-
ley's Council (1686), 13. 269.

Douglas, William. See Hamilton.

Douglas, Mass., origin of name, 1. 45.

Douglass, , phrenologist (1769),

10. 29.

Douglass, Mrs. Anna E., gift to
M^H.S., 5. 451.

Douglass, William, Lord, arms, 1. 29.

Douglass, Dr. William, pseudonym
and almanac, 1. 42; character, 44;
and small-pox inoculation, 44;
practice in Boston, 44; and town
of Douglas, 45; medical society,
45; and a medical professorship,
45; and paper-money controversy,
12. 430, 433, 448; estate, 13. 385.

Dover, N. H., Maverick's account
(1660), 1. 234; in 1650, 2. 48; and
Portsmouth's covenant of non-
importation (1774), 484; Unitarian



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