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societies, 3. 164; and Jeremy Bel-
knap, 4. 206.

Dow, Major, in Sullivan's expedition,
2. 460.

Dow, Charles W., killed in Kansas,
1. 217.

Dow, Henry, in N. H. Council, 8. 93.

Downe, Thomas, death (1709), 14. 26.

Downe, Thomas, subscribes to Mer-
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 208.

Downe, William, subscribes to Mer-
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 208.

Downing, Abigail, of Eng. (1623), 1.
135.

Downing, Abraham, of Eng. (1623),
1. 135.

Downing, Catharine, of Eng. (1623),
1. 135.

Downing, Drake, of Eng. (1623), 1.
135.

Downing, Emmanuel, corresp., 8.
207-208, 372; letter from Rich.



Saltonstall (1632), 208; letters to
Sir John Coke (1633-34) on N. Eng.
affairs, 370-372, 383-387; on in-
tolerance in Mass., 379; character
and conduct, 405-407, 48(>-493;
as attorney, 493; descendants,
495; return to Eng., 489-491;
account for goods (1634), 11. 3;
financial difficulties (1647), 6; on
son James, 14. 373, 374.

Downing, Mrs. Emmanuel. See
Downing (Lucy).

Downing, Frances, Lady, health
(1678), 10. 188.

Downing, Francis, of Eng. (1623), 1.
135.

Downing, Sir George, and Fitz-John
Winthrop, 1. 127; and Navigation
Acts, 8. 138; character, 406, 488,
495; stinginess to mother, 10. 187.

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

Downing, James, personal letter to
Gov. Winthrop (1637), 14. 372;
career, 373-376.

Downing, John, of Eng., will (1623),
1. 135.

Downing, Jolin Smith, of Eng. (1623),
1. 135.

Downing, Lucy (Winthrop), on Fitz-
John Winthrop, 1. 127; and Mrs.
Feke, 6. 3, 4; personal letter to
Anne Bradstreet (1678), 10. 186-
188.

Downing, Richard, of Eng. (1623), 1.
135.

Dowse, Edward, of Dedham, 2. 5,

4. 123.

Dowse, John, death (1677), 7. 169.
Dowse, Joseph, in Boston society, 10.

39; and Registry of Probate

(1754), 16. 109, 110.
Dowse, Thomas, Livermore's note on

death, 19. 84. See also Dowse

Fund, Dowse Library.
Dowse Fund, history, 1. 174, 2. 73,

397, 3. 285, 292, 293, 4. Ill, 352,

5. 441, 6. 406, 7. 375, 8. 187, 9. 29,
10. 126, 558, 11. 320, 12. 177, 13.
67, 14. 130, 15. 31, 16. 131, 17. 215,
18. 272, 19. 207, 20. 209; income
account (1884), 1. 177; (1885), 2.
77; (1886), 401; (1887), 3. 289;-
(1888), 4. 116; (1889), 357; (1890),
5. 446; (1891), 6. 412; (1892), 7.
380; (1893), 8. 193; (1894), 9.
35; (1895), 10. 134; (1896),
564; (1897), 11. :26; (1898), 12.
185; (1899), 13. 76; (1900), 14.
139; (1901), 15. 39; (1902), 16. 140;



DOWSE LIBRARY-DRURY



127



(1903), 17. 224; (1904), 18. 282;
(1905), 19. 218; (1906), 20. 222.

Dowse Library of M.H.S., giving of,
3. 53, 8. 334-335; by-laws on, 4.
231-232; cat., 6. 207; publica-
tions on, 220-221; ENGRAVING, 11.
front., v; room in Tremont Street
and Fenway buildings, 307, 13. 1 ;
formal opening, 20. 233-234.

Doyle, James P., killed by John
Brown, 1. 182, 14. 6 n. ; outrages
by, 1. 217, 219.

Doyle, John Andrew, English in
America, 3. 221; elected a corresp.
member M.H.S., 313; on transfer
of Mass. govt., 4. 92, 8. 108-112;
on Mass. town govt., 7. 205, 239 n. ;
edits facsim. of Bradford's MS.,

10. 468.

Doyle, William M. S., Boston estate,

11. 311; museum, 19. 8.

Draco, constitution for Athens, 6.
385.

Draften, , in Turkey (1832), 19.

501.

Dragon, Brit, war-ship (1752), 5. 100.

Drake, Anne, 15. 22.

Drake, Sir Francis, landfall in Calif.,
3. 260-261, 274; identity of other
places, 261.

Drake, Samuel G., reproduces Hub-
bard's map, 4. 20; edits Prince's
Annals, 6. 215.

Drama, Joseph Croswell's "New
World Planted," 3. 431 n. ; French
play on siege of Boston, 9. 108-
109. See also Theatre.

Draper, John, prize case (1747), 5. 89.

Draper, Joseph, juror (1789), 19. 180.'

Draper, Joshua, married (1762), 7.
389.

Draper, Lyman Copeland, and Mav-
erick's journal, 2. 438; death, 6.
XX, 7. 366.

Draper, Margaret, absentee loyalist,
10.163; confiscated Boston estate,
170.

Draper, Richard, printer (1755), 5.
418.

Draper, Sarah (Wright), 7. 389.

Draper's Tavern, Brookfield, 19.
367.

Drawing, C. C. Perkins and instruc-
tion in schools, 3. 60, 237-239.

Drayton, William, and Adams (1832),
19. 524-526.

Drayton, William H., and printing
of Journals of Cong. (1779), 3. 376.

Dreams, as factors in history, 15.
81-88.



Dred Scott case, Horace Gray's re-
view, 16. 256.

Dresel, Otto, and Emancipation Con-
cert, 20. 248.

Dress, Nova Scotian Indian (1782),
4. 10, 11; articles (c. 1640), 7.
141-143, 11. 4, 5; objections to
long hair, 9. 98, 99, 19. 172; ball
costume (1792), _ 11. 197; tailor's
bill of Gov. Winthrop of Mass.,
13. 59-61; boy's (1817), 14.
202.

Drew, Edmund, in Va. (1634), 3. 4;
vestrjTnan, 5.

Drew, John, exile in Amsterdam
(1607), 6. 52.

Drew, Marie, defamed (1634), 3. 4.

Drink, prohibition in Kansas, 1. 182;
services of L. M. Sargent to tem-
perance, 3. 311; John Pierce and
temperance, 5. 167, 9. 131-136,
141, 142, 10. 397, 402, 19. 364, 365,
380; traffic with Indians (1728),
6. 372, 377-378; at N. Eng. church
gatherings, 447, 492; intemperance
in Md. (1836), 7. 265, 268; Indian
protest against (1762), 394; wines
of Boston society (c. 1840), 434;
of pre-Rev. Boston society, 10. 31;
wines at Plymouth dinner (1845),
397; Dudley's order on license
(1686), 13. 236, 252, 279, 283;
Mass. impost on liquor, 241; con-
ditions in colon. N. H., 19. 171.

Drisius, Samuel, preaches in Va.
(1654), 3. 7.

Driver, Richard, purchases confis-
cated Boston estate, 10. 168.

"Dri\dng a pin or nail," origin of ex-
pression and custom, 4. 101-102,
219-221.

Drouyn de Lhuys, Edouard, as Min-
ister, 16. 469.

Drown, Shem, makes Province House
Indian effigy, 2. 123.

Drumgold, Nicholas, prize case
(1752), 5. 100-101.

Drumgoole, Alexander, Cherokee
trader, 17. 460.

Drummond, , innkeeper and

planter in N. C. (1804), 2. 21,
33.

Drummond, Lord, in Boston society
(1770), 10. 75.

Drummond, Andrew, works on Bos-
ton defences (1814), 14. 152.

Drummond, Robert, and Bahama
refugees (1686), 13. 258.

Drury, , at tragedy of Black-
friars (1623), 5. 436.



128



DUANE-DUDLEY



Duane, Charles W., and Franklin
Eund, 12. 28.

Duane, Edward, 20. 376.

Duane, Katharine, in Span. Am., 20.
378.

Duane, William, letters (1800-34),
20. 257-394 ; career and character,

257-260; letters to (1800)

sedition trials, 268; (1809) per-
sonal affairs, 316; — to Abr. Bishop
(1802) books, epidemic, Jefferson
and Burr, 274 ; — to Pierce Butler
(1801) Wm. Jackson, 271; — cir-
cular on Bank and revival of
Aurora (1834), 391; — to Henry
Dearborn (1809) nat. unfitness
for war, Erskine, F. J. Jackson,
relations with Madison, 321; (1810)
controversy with son, 332 ; Gallatin,
334; —to J. H. Eaton (1830)
Adams's Fla. negotiations, N. Eng.
character, Topog. Department, 389 ;
— to Jefferson (1801) dismissed
gov't, clerk, 260; patronage for
artist, go\i;. stationery and books,
trial, Pa. politics and patronage,
261, 264; (1802) Indian represen-
tation, books. Pa. politics, Callen-
der, Paine, _ 274, 276-279; (1806)
rumors against J., Miranda, Yrujo,
281-286; Mich, affairs. Burr con-
spiracy, militia, non-importation,
286-297; (1807) Burr, Pa. politics,
telegraph, strategic suggestions,
books, 297-304; milit. books. Pa.
militia, 304; (1808) telegraph, 306 ;
warnings, zinc mine, 307, 308; law-
suits, Randolph, 309; embargo,
pres. campaign, 310; (1809) crisis
in for. affairs, 312; milit. office
and private affairs, Madison, 317;
(1810) Eng. pamphlet, resignation
from army, 338; books, ed. of
Franklin, Bache's children, Pesta-
lozzi system, Russian agents, 339-
343; (1811) Randolph, U. S. Bank,
private finances, 343-349; (1812)
war admin., milit. manuals, J. and
cabinet office, 349, 353; (1813)
books, war admin., 359-365; (1814)
books, U. S. and Europ. affairs,
war admin., negro troops, 368-376;
(1817) personal relations, 376;
(1824) public accts., in Span. Am.,
embarrassment, appeal for office,
377-384; (1826) canal at Panama,
Colombia, 386; — to Wm. Lee
(1824) appeal for office, 384; —
to Madison (1801) govt, stationery
and books, pub. of Fed. laws, 263;



(1803, '05) desires inside informa-
tion, 279, 280; (1805) suspected
con^iiracy, 280, 281; (1807) ed.
of Franklin, 298; (1808) for. affairs,
ed. of Fed. laws, 308; (1809) 01m-
stead affair, 320; letter of intro-
duction, 324; means of avoiding
war, 324 ; nat. land bank, 330-332 ;
(1810) ed. of Fed. laws, 333; (1812)
commissary-gen., 351; war sug-
gestions, 355; (1814) Philadelphia
postmaster, 365-368 ; — to Monroe
(1814) introducing Torres, 375; —
to Jos. Nancrede (1801) Port-Folio,
Tyler's Geography, 268; — to Par-
tridge (1820) college, West Point,
376; — to Senators (1803) print-
ing of Journal, 280; — to Temple-
man (1832) books to exchange,
390; — to Jos. Watson (1827)
city affairs, 387; — to R. C.
Weightman (1808) ed. of Fed.
laws, private finances, 312.

Duane, William J., 20. 334.

Duarte, Francisco, and Menendez, 8.
434, 436.

Dubeau, , of Cape Frangais,

anecdotes, 2. 338 n.

DubHn, Ireland, G. E. Ellis on (1838),
10. 218; in 1830, 19. 466-468.^

Dublin, N. H., inn (1760), 4. 406.

Dubois, Col. Lewis, at Lake Otsego,
2. 459, 460.

Dubois, Theodore, at Congress of
Hist. Sciences (1903), 17. 246.

DuBois, W. E. Burghardt, on negro
problem, 19. 106.

Duche, Rev. Jacob (1754), 7. 341.

Dudleian Lecture, origin, 16. 40; in
1787, 313.

Dudley, , in Boston society

(1765), 10. 32.

Dudley, Charies E., and tariff (1832),
19. 523.

Dudley, Daniel, killed at Cherry
Valley, 2. 450.

Dudley, Elizabeth (Davenport), prob-
able port., 2. 197; children, 12.
248.

Dudley, Gov. Joseph, and reversal of
wdtchcraft attainders, 1. 83, 86,
89, 91, 105; issues commission of
oyer and terminer, 221; questions
to N. Y. clergy on witchcraft (in
Latin) 348; (in English), 353; an-
swers (in Latin), 349-353; (in
English), 354-358; governorship
denied to (1695), 2. 124, 179 n.;
and Lord Cutts, 172, 173; char-
acter, 173; letters from Cutts



DUDLEY-DUKE



129



(1693-1700), 173-192; and mayor-
alty of Newtown, Wight, 177, 178,
182; Cutts's promise of advance-
ment, 177, 179, 184, 186; Cutts
reproves, 178, 185, 188; port., its
history, 195-196; other authentic
ports., 196; mistaken port., 197;
no letters to Cutts found, 198; pur-
ported cradle, 199 n. ; letter from
Rich. Steele (1700), 3. 201 ; corresp.
in Parkm.an MSS., 4. 46; and ex-
change of prisoners and illicit trade
(1705), 5. 422-423; goes to Eng.
(1690), 7. 152; Boston comment on
Leisler trial, 157; instructions to,
as Gov. of N. H. (1702), 8. 90, 93-
105; at funeral of Sewall's wife
(1717), 217; proc. on Narragan-
sett Country (1686), 9. 471; letter
from Dudley Bradstreet (1706), 12.
198; Randolph's petition against,
238; and death of sons, 245; pro-
test of General Court (1686), 281,
13. 237; Randolph's influence,
223, 295; speech before General
Court (1686), 224; installation
and speech as President, 225-227;
records of Council, 226-286; proc.
of presidency, 227-229; salary,
243, 245, 283; takes Acts of Trade
oath, 247; sham fight before, 328;
arrives as Gov. (1702), 14. 32; and
Council after death of Anne, 15.
327-362 [see Council]; and educa-
tion of son Paul, 16. 25, 25 n. ; and
Mathers, 26 n., 28; and offices for
son Paul, 32-33 ; biog. needed, 20.
588.

Dudley, Col. Joseph [b. 1780], sword,
19. 224.

Dudley, Lucy, death (1714), 8. 222.

Dudley, Lucy (Wainwright), 16. 41 ;
funeral sermon (1756), il n.

Dudley, Mary [Mrs. Cotton], 16. 82.

Dudley, Paul, Atty.-Gen. of Mass.,
10. 289, 16. 27; commission (1702),
12. 51-54; at funeral of Mary
Gerrish, 14. 39; and attack on
Council (1715), 15. 350, 353;
AUTOG., 16. 24; birth, 24; educa-
tion, 24-27; officers, 27-28, 32-35;
letter on charter (1704), 29-31 ; and
town affairs, 31-32; financial
pamphlet, 32; at Roxbury, 34,
35, 41 n.; house robbed, 34 n. ;
communications to Royal Society,
35-37; and town of Dudley, 37;
and to-OTi of Oxford, 37 n. ; death
and obit, notices, 38-40; bequest
to Harvard, 40; marriage and



children, 41 ; port., 41 ; works, 41-
42; justice of peace (1708), 523.

Dudley, Rebecca (Tyng), port., 2.
197.

Dudley, Gov. Thomas, lives at Dor-
chester, 2. 46; mistaken port., 197;
distich on, 197, 198; church cove-
nant, 221; at trial of Anne Hutch-
inson, 4. 184, 185, 190; first pub.
of letters to Countess of Lincoln,

9. 509; letter from Alice Blower,

10. 115; and framing of first Mass.
code, 276-279; difference with
Winthrop (1636), 276-278; on
Piscataqua settlers, 19. 169.

Dudley, Thomas [H. C. 1685], re-
corder for Suffolk Co., 12. 238, 242,
244; AUTOG., 244; career, 244-
245, 16. 25 n. ; clerk of court (1686),

13. 243, 258.

Dudley, Capt. (?) Trueworthy, at
siege of Louisburg (1745), 11. 424.

Dudley, William, probable port., 2.
197; mission to Quebec (1705),
5. 422; wife, 12. 248; and Coun-
cil's assumption of control (1715),
15. 347; report on R. I. boundary
(1831), 19. 23.

Dudley, Mass., Paul Dudley and, 16.
37.

Duels, in Boston (1765), 10. 56;
J. Q- Adams on Graves-Cilley, 12.
286-292; Woodbridge-Phillips, 18.
239-242._

Duer, William, financial distress, 15.
139.

Duer, William A., at Harvard Com-
mencement (1836), 5. 217.

Dlirer, Albrecht, etching of Melanch-
thon, 11. 257.

Dufay, David, at Boston (1686), 13.
257._

Dufferin and Ava, Frederick T. H.
Blackwood, marquis of, M.H.S.
tribute to, 15. 496-500.

Duffield, Rev. George (1754), 7. 340.

Dufief, N. G., account with Jefferson
(1817), 6. 174.

Dugan, Cumberland, Roxbury estate,

14. 47 n.

Dugan, Capt. Jeremiah, in Quebec

expedition, 2. 287.
Dugan, John, gift to M.H.S., 8.

145.
Dugard, William, on Amsterdam, 6.

43.
Dugres, Chevalier de, treatment of

slaves, 2. 313; at Haiti, 340.
Duke, privateer (1748), 5. 90.
Duke, packet-boat (1770), 16. 227.



130



DUKE OF CUMBERLAND-DUNLAP



Duke of Cumberland, brig on Lake
Champlain (17bO), 4. 395, 5. 357,
363, 365, 388.

Dukes County, Mass., name as royal
memorial, 4. 242; civil list, 16. 20.

Dumaresq, Jane F. R. [Mrs. Perkins],
4. 431.

Dumaresque, Philip, subscribes to
Merchants' Notes (1733), 17. 208.

Dumas, , letters to Levis, 4. 98.

Du Mesgonez, Troilus. See La Roche.

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

Dummer, Henry, return to Eng., 4.
192.

Dummer, Jane [Mrs. Sewall], 4. 192.

Dummer, Jeremiah [1], at Webb's
funeral, 12. 246 ; petition on Casco
Bay settlers (1686), 13. 15 ?i., 270;
trade petition (1686), 268; sham
fight (1686), 328; justice of peace
(1708), 16. 523.

Dummer, Jeremy [2], letter to White
(1716) on EUzeus Burgess, 4. 192;
and Winthrop vs. Lechmere, 8.
129-135 ; and Paul Dudley's letter
on charter (1704), 16. 29 n., 30 n.

Dummer, Mary, Apostle Eliot on, 18.
345.

Dummer, Richard [1], agreement as
Winthrop's creditor, 11. 186; and
John Higginson, 16. 483.

Dummer, Richard [2], justice of
peace (1686), 13. 229.

Dummer, Rev. Shubael, killed by
Indians, 7. 160.

Dummer, Stephen, return to Eng., 4.
192.

Dummer, William [d. 1678], son of
Richard [1], 4. 191. _

Dummer, Lieut. Gor. William, appoint-
ment, 4. 192 n. ; corresp. concerning
Fort Dummer (1724-25), 6. 362-
365, 367-371; and Council's as-
sumption of control (1715), 15. 353.

Dummer, Fort, papers on (1724-29),
6. 359-381 ; hist, significance, 359-
360; reasons for building, 361;
erection, 361-365, 426; named,
364; garrison, 365-367; (1747),
11. 421; Indians in garrison, 6.
367-370; chaplain, 370-371; peace
and reduction of garrison, 371-372;
conference with Scatacooks at,
372-381.

Dun. See Dunn.

Dimbar, Captain, in campaign of
1760, 5. 354.

Dunbar, Captain, of Quebec (1789),
16. 460.



Dunbar, Asaph, 13. 425, 428; 14'

218.
Dunbar, Charles Franklin, memoir

of P. W. Chandler assigned to, 5.

2; list of publications (1891-93),

6. 404, 7. 369; memoir of G. O.

Shattuck assigned to, 11. 271;

M.H.S. tributes to, 13. 425-443;

death, 425; ancestry, 425, 428, 14.

218; birth, 13. 425, 428, 14. 218;

education, 13. 425, 429, 14. 218;

as editor, extracts from editorials,

13. 425, 429-436, 14. 219-221, 228;

as economist, 13. 426, 436-440, 14.

221-227; as college administrator,

13. 440; marriage and children,
441, 14. 228; homes, 13. 441-443;
character, 443, 14. 227; memoir by
E. H. Hall, 218-228; port, and
AUTOG., 218; in business, 219;
farmer, 219; studies law, 219; in
Europe, 221; positions, 228; reli-
gion, 228; in M.H.S., 228; in Am.
Acad. 228; writings, 228 n.

Dunbar, Daniel, loyalist refugee, 2.

234.
Dunbar, Elijah, at class reunion

(1844), 5. 242.
Dunbar, Julia R. (Copeland), 13. 441.
Dunbar, Nancy (Ford), 13. 425, 14.

218.
Dunbar, Robert, immigrant, 13. 428,

14. 218.

Duncan, David, in Mich., 20. 287.

Duncan, Elizabeth [Mrs. Thaxter],
16. 302 n., 336; marriage, 348.

Duncan, James [1], 16. 332 n.

Duncan, James [2], biog. note, 16.
332 n. ; mentioned in J. Q. Adams's
diary (1787-88), 332, 333, 336, 351,
406.

Duncan, Mary [Mrs. Sargent], 3. 309.

Duncan, Matthew, 'captured at
Quebec, 2. 295.

Duncan, Peter, 3. 309.

Duncan, Rebecca (White), 16. 332 n.

Duncan, William, and commissary-
generalship (1812), 20. 352.

Duncombe, Sir Charles, to stand for
Parliament (1695), 2. 181.

Dundas, Henry. See Melville.

Dundass, Captain, insults John Rowe,
10. 69.

Dunkin, Benjamin F., Commence-
ment part (1811) and biog. note,
5. 175, 175 n.

Dunkin, Edwin H. W., on John Har-
vard's marriage, 4. 82.

Dunlap, Frances [Mrs. Lowell], 11.
89.



DUNLAP-D WIGHT



131



Dunlap, John, printer to Continental
Cong., 1. 288 n.

Dunlap, Rev. Samuel, of Cherry
Valley, 2. 446, 447, 7. 395.

Dunlap, William, debt to Franklin,
16. 195, 196.

Dunlap, William, on Savage and
Edwin, 19. 11.

Dunn, Captain, innkeeper at Chris-
tiana (1781), 6. 158.

Dunn, Samuel, 3. 311; purchases
confiscated Boston estate, 10. 174.

Dunn, Sarah C. [Mrs. Sargent], 3. 311.

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

Dunnavan, Anthony, shot for deser-
tion, 2. 461.

Dunning, William Archibald, elected
a corresp. member M.H.S., 19. 1;
Andrew Johnson, 395-405.

Dunstable, Mass., formed out of
Groton, 4. 140; Indian attacks
(1691), 7. 157; (1706), 14. 30;
Danforth's plan of surveys, 9. 193-
195; and Merrimack County (1680),
13. 255.

Dunstable Harbor, N. H., origin of
name, 10. 465-467.

Dunster, Mrs. Elizabeth, 10. 304.

Dunster, Rev. Henry, Pres. of Har-
vard, 2. 47; Bible, 5. 233; member
of First Church in Cambridge,
406; and Jon. Mitchell, 408;
papers belonging to, 10. 303-310,

11. 69; action against, by wife's
son, 10. 305.

Dunster, Henry, in Am. army (1775),

12. 106.

Dunster, Isaiah, biog. note, 5. 233;

church covenant, 234.
Dunton, John, on John Higginson, 16.

513.
Dupee, Isaac, subscribes to Merchants'

Notes (1733), 17. 207.
Duperrier, Chevalier de, Haitian

planter, treatment of slaves, 2. 313;

fidelity of slaves, 323.
Duplessis, , Haitian planter,

treatment of slaves, 2. 313 ; fidelity

of slaves, 324; anecdote of escape

of family, 324 n. ; sells milk in

N. Y., 325.
Duplessis, Joseph S., Franklin minia-
ture, 4. 350; Franklin port., 8. 173.
Duplessis, Vincent, prize case (1743),

5. 87.
Du Ponceau, Peter Stephen, re-

I)rinted M.H.S. paper, 6. 229.
Dupony, Augustin, prize case (1747),

5. 89.



Dupre, Augustin, collection in Boston
Public Library, 5. 348-355 ; career,
348-349; Libertas Americana
medal, 349; medals of Greene,
Morgan, Jones, 350; Diplomatic
medal, 350, 8. 501; medals of
Franklin, 5. 351.

Dupriez, Leon, on legislative power,
16. 240.

Dupuy, Claude Thomas, Troubles du
Canada, 4. 45, 6. 392.

Du Quesne, Fort. See Braddock's
Defeat.

Durant, Edward, subscribes to Mer-
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 208.

Durell, Philip, prize case (1749), 5.
92-94.

Durham (Oyster River), N. H., Mav-
erick on (1660), 1. 234; Indian
attacks (1694), 7. 167; (1706),
14. 30.

Durham, Vt. (1776), 6. 82.

Durkee, Major John, at siege of
Boston, 9. 43.

Durkee, Robert, killed at Wyoming,
(1778), 3. 345.

Duro, Cesareo F., on Sebastian Cabot,
11. 163.

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

Du Simitiere, Pierre Eugene, ports, of
Washington and other, 4. 141.

Duston, Hannah, adventure, 14. 28.

Dutch, in Va. (1654), 3. 7. See also
Holland, New Netherland.

Dutton, Warren, autog., 1. 365.

Duvall, Gabriel, clerk of Md. Conven.
(1776), 1. 276.

Duveyrier, Anne H. J., drama on
siege of Boston, 9. 108-109.

Duvivier, Jean B., ports, by, 7. 373.

Duvivier, Pierre S. B., medals for
America, 5. 349, 352. _

Duxbury, Mass., Maverick's account
(1660), 1. 242; in 1650, 2. 48;
Winsor's Mayflower Town, 4. 107;
search for remains of Miles Stand-
ish, 375; pastor ordained (1702),
14. 32.

Dwarfs, in England (1783), 10. 424.

Dwight, , of Hartford (1694), 4.

79.

Dwight, Anna (Flint), 6. 374.

Dwight, Daniel, chaplain at Fort
Dummer (1724), 6. 371.

Dwight, Elizabeth [Mrs. Cabot], 20.
530.

Dwight, John S., Commencement
part (1832), 5. 208 n. ; on Henry
Wheatland, 9. 298, Divinity School



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part, 19. 363; and Emancipation'
concert, 20. 248.

Dwight, Josiah, grad\iates (1687), 17.
58.

Dwight, Sereno E., and Edwards
MSS., 15. 3.

D^v-ight, Theodore F., letter to
Chamberlain (1884) on MS. Jour-
nals of Old Congress, 1. 289 n.

Dwight, Lieut. Timothy [1], at Fort
Dummer, corresp. concerning . erec-
tion (1724), 6. 361-364, 425-426;
survey of Equivalent Lands, 362,
364; garrison, 365-370; on chap-
Iain at fort, 370-371; career, 373;
conferences with Scatacooks (1728),
377—381

Dmght, Timothy [2], career, 13. 122;
letter to son (1771) on tutorial
duties, 124.

Dwight, Pres. Timothy [3], as
preacher, 2. 7; use of term "Col-
umbia," 164; inauguration (1795),
3. 45-47; biog. note, 45 ru;
ancestry, 6. 374; as tutor at
Yale, 13. 122; admin, reforms as
Pres., 123; letter from father
(1771) on tutorial duties, 124;
Thos. Day on Conquest of Canaan,
17. 340.

Dwight, William, Commencement part
(1825) and biog. note, 5. 193, 193 n.

Dwight, Rev. William T., and Edward
MSS., 15. 4.

Dyer, , and Mather (1675), 13.

347.

Dyer, , Maine fisherman (1776),

2. 303.

Dyer, Colonel, of (?) Conn., at siege
of Boston, 7. 403.

Dyer, Benjamin, books owned by,
9. 427, 448.

Dyer, Charles, guest of Old Colony
Club, 3. 420.

Dyer, Christopher, fined for cursing
(1747), 16. 498.

Dyer, Daniel, facsims. of MSS., 2. 71.

Dyer, Edward, 18. 445.

Dyer, George, 18. 445.

Dyer, Giles [1], receiver of duties
(1686), 13. 229, 269; _ powder-
master, 254; deputy receiver, 279,
283 ; extra pay, 280.

Dyer, Giles [2], at funeral of Mary
Gerrish (1710), 14. 39.

Dyer, John, drowned (1703), 14. 23.

Dyer, Deacon Joseph, of Weymouth,
death, 1. 157.

Dyer, Joseph C, MS. memoirs, 18.
444, 447; biog. sketch, 444-446.



Dyer, Louis, presents J. C. Dyer's
memoirs, 18. 444; biog. sketch of
J. C. Dyer, 444-446.

Dyer, Samuel, attacks Brit, officers
in Boston (1774), 10. 89.

Dyer, Samuel, of R. I., 18. 445.

Dyer, W., facsims. of MSS., 2. 71.

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

Dygert, See Digert.



E



E., H., exile in Amsterdam, 6. 55.
Eager, Elizabeth B. [Mrs. Ellis], 10.

246; death, 246.
Eagle-Stone. See Eggleston.
Eagle Tavern, Richmond, 2. 18.
Fames. See also Ames, Emes,

Emmes.
Eames, Deacon, of Haverhill (1787),

16. 348.

Eames, Charles, Commencement part
(1831), 5. 206 n.; Master's oration
(1834), 214; biog. note, 214 n.

Eames, Wilberforce, acknowledg-
ments to, 9. 192, 275, 10. 359, 15.
281; on Datj of Doom, 9. 271.

Earle, John M., in Mass. Conven.
(1853), 18. 34.

Earle, Robert, prison-keeper (1686),
13. 232, 267-269.

Earthquakes, near Boston (1697), 1.
150; at Cape Fran^ais (c. 1792),
2. 334 n. ; at Jamaica (1692), 7. 163,
164; in Mass. (1705), 14. 33.

East Boston. See Noddle's Island.

East Hampton, L. I., minister or-
dained (1699), 1. 154; in 1650, 2.
49; illicit trade (1708), 4. 149;
and Dutch reconquest, 5. 293.

East India Company, equipment of
ships (1600), 5. 36.

East Indies, fear of attack on (1782),

17. 418.

Eastburn, John H., bequest to
M.H.S., 2. 261.

Eastburn, Rev. Manton, and Sears's
Liturgy, 2. 420; at Harvard Com-
mencement (1843), 5. 239.

Eastlake, Charles L., Hints on House-
hold Taste, 3. 231.

Eastman, Capt. Ebenezer, at siege of
Louisburg (1745), 11. 430, 432,
434.

Eastman, Gerusha (Fitz), 15. 280.

Eastman, Major Roger, Webster on,
15. 280.

Eastman, Sibel (Chamberlin), 10.
492 n.



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Easton, Dr. Peter, of Nantucket, 4.
132, 133.

Easton, Mass., pre-Rev. inns, 10. 47.



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