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Ellott, OUver, recruit (1760), 6. 429.

Ellsworth, Capt. Charles, at siege of
Boston, 9. 48, 67, 75, 82, 85, 90.

Ellsworth, Oliver, hears Priestley
preach, 3. 40.

Elmer. See also Ulmer, Ulmore.

Elmer, Ebenezer, journal of Sullivan's
expedition, 2. 437.

Elmore, Franklin H., and Graves-
Cilley duel, 12. 292.

Elphinstone, Mountstuart, at Edin-
burgh (1830), 19. 471.

Elsoe, Capt. Samuel, in Phips's
Quebec expedition. 15. 306.

Elton, Romeo, at Harvard Commence-
ment (1814), 5. 234.

Elton, Mrs. Romeo, presents Gardiner
Papers, 3. 2, 4. 77; thanks to,
3.3.

Elwyn, Alfred Langdon-, M.H.S.
tribute to, 1. 145-147; letters
owned by, 16. 285.

Elwyn, John, career, 14. 376-382;
early years, 376; pedestrianism,
376; as pliilologist, 377; and local
hist., 378; style, 378; as church-
man, 379; social life, 379-380;
patience in pain, 380-381; will,
381-382.

Ely, Lieut. Christopher, at siege of
Boston, 9. 75.

Ely, Capt. John, at siege of Boston,
9. 47, 75, 80.

Ely, Samuel, and Quabaug (1686),
13. 275.

Emancipation, first by legal process
in Mass., 1. 3, 41; Sears's plan, 2.
417; timeliness of Proclamation,
3. 333; Mass. manumission doc.
(1776), 8. 499-500; Lincoln and,
11. 239 ; effect of Proclamation, 13.
433; J. Q. Adams and, 15. 437-
478 [see Adams]; as weapon
against foreign interference (1861),
18. 134; Taney on, 19. 408; Proc-
lamation Concert in Boston, 20.
247-253. See also Slavery.

Embargo, effect on Spain, 5. 21;
Jefferson on (1810), 12. 268; Anna
C. Lowell on, 18. 305; Ajar. Bishop's
defence, 19. 198; violation at
Philadelphia, 20. 310. See also
Neutral trade.

Emerson, Charles C, Commence-
ment part (1828), 5. 198; biog.
note, 198 n.

Emerson, Rev. Daniel, sermons at
Groton (1776, '78), 12. 91, 92.



140



EMERSON-EMMONS



Emerson, Edward B., Commence-
ment part (1824) and biog. note,
6. 192, 192 n. ; Master's oration
(1827), 196.

Emerson, George Barrell, teaches at
academy, 2. 53; at a class dinner,
91; in M.H.S. group picture (18G9),
3. vii; Lowell Lecture, 6. 208.

Emerson, George S., Commencement
part (1845), 5. 247; biog. note,
247 n.

Emerson, Rev. John, schoolmaster
(1692), 7. 160; in Phips's Quebec
expedition, 15. 299.

Emerson, Rev. John, at Harvard
Commencement (1818), 5. 185.

Emerson, Rev. Joseph (or John),
preaches for Mather (1676), 13.
366.

Emerson, Joseph, book owned by, 9.
421.

Emerson, Rev. Joseph, sermons in
Am. army (1775), 12. 79.

Emerson, Lucy B. [Mrs. Lowell], 14.
180.

Emerson, Parker, Jr., works on
Boston defences (1814), 14. 151.

Emerson, Phebe (Bliss) [Mrs. Ripley],
19. 387.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo, money gift
to M.H.S., 1. 175; Freshman song
379; biogs., 2. 68, 107, 4. 106, 17
166; Memoir by J. F. Clarke, 2
107-117; PORT, and autog., 107
birth, 107; father, 107; at college
108; preacher, 108; lecturer, 108
relig. attitude and teachings, 108,
116; intuitionist, 108; lack of
logical argument disarms opposi-
tion, 108, 111-112; compared with
Carlyle, 109; originality, 109; in-
fluence upon spiritual thought, 110-
111; growth of influence, 1 12 ; first
book, 113; doctrine of self-reliance,
113-114; of God reliance, 114-115;
on God and Nature, 115-116; and
Christianity, 116; appropriate texts
for tomb, 116-117; death, 117;
— and facts, 426; as tutor, 3. 162,
14. 201 ; and alleged Sharpless
ports., 3. 183; poems in Westerri
Messenger, 4. 324 n. ; in M.H.S., 6.
273; reprinted M.H.S. paper, 349;
0BK poem (1834), 9. 125; biog.
note, 125 n.; oration (1837), 127;
and compensated emancipation,
10. 515; Lowell on, 11. 79; letter
to B. M. Watson (1859) on secret
of genius, 12. 256; on slavery, 14.
12; Letters, 129; iuvention of liist.



personages, 146; on helping to
erect fortifications (1814), 149;
clerical ancestiy, 17. 85; hymns,
138; and nationality, 147; and
J. E. Cabot, 164-166, 20. 531;
poem at Emancipation Concert,
250.

Emerson, Rev. William [1], sermon at
Groton (1776), 12. 89.

Emerson, William [2], as preacher
and writer, 2. 107; port., 4. 110;
reprinted M.H.S. paper, 6. 230;
memoir, 7. 122 ; and J. T. Kirkland,
9. 148; character, 148 n.; exhibi-
tion part (1787), 16. 313; biog.
note, 313 n.

Emerson, William [3], Commence-
ment part (1818) and biog. note,
5. 184 n.

Emerton, Ephraim, elected a mem-
ber M.H.S., 17. 163; remarks, 18.
60.

Emery. See also Emory.

Emery, Hannah T. [Mrs. Abbot],
biog. note, 16. 330 n. ; J. Q. Adams
on, 330; mentioned in Adams's
diary, 368, 370, 385, 425,426, 447.

Emery, John, Newbury innkeeper
(1663), 19. 291, 294.

Emery, John, in Am. army (1775),
12. 106.

Emery, Margaret (Gookin), men-
tioned in J. Q. Adams's diary (1787-
88), 16. 362, 368, 370, 385, 390,
415, 424, 426, 247; biog. note,
368 n. ; death, 447, 448.

Emery, Robert, biog. note, 16. 447 n.

Emery, Major (?) Stephen, in cam-
paign of 1760, 5. 377.

Ernes. See also Ames, Fames, Emmes.

Ernes, Captain, privateersman (1692),

7. 163; merchantman, 164, 165.
Emigrant Aid Society, 3. 327.
Emmanuel College, memorial of John

Harvard, 1. 42; and John Harvard,
184, 185; tercentenary, 2. eS, 120-
121 ; relationship of founder and
Winthrop family, 120; probable
place of Cambridge Agreement, 121 ;
errors in memorial vol., 121.

Emmes. See also Ames, Fames, Fmes.

Emmes, Benjamin, and Phips's ex-
pedition, 13. 335, 15. 313.

Emmes, Nathanael, and Old South
Meeting-house, 8. 269-270.

Emmes, Thomas, engraving of In-
crease Mather, 6. 442, 8. 148-]49.

Emmons, variation of name, 8. 270.

Emmons, Benjamin, baptism (1693),

8. 270.



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141



Emmons, Elizabeth, baptism (1693),
8. 270.

Emmons, Hannah, baptism (1702),
8. 270.

Emmons, Hannah, baptism (1729),
8. 270.

Emmons, Jacob, baptism (1705), 8.
270.

Emmons, Martha, baptism (1697),
8. 270.

Emmons, Mary, baptism (1695), 8.
270.

Emmons, Mary, baptism (1700), 8.
270.

Emmons, Nathanael, baptism (1703),
8. 270.

Emmons, Samuel, baptism (1690),
8. 270.

Emmons, Samuel, baptism (1700),
8. 270.

Emmons, Samuel, Jr., purchases con-
fiscated Boston estate, 10. 176.

Emmons, Thomas, subscription to
Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342.

Emory. See also Emery.

Emory, , innkeeper at Simsbury

(1777), 6. 90.

"Endecott's Lawes," 4. 411.

Endicott, Mrs., of Boston, death
(1676), 13. 371.

Endicott, Ellen (Peabody), 15. 533.

Endicott, James, non-consumption
agreement (1786), 8. 497.

Endicott, Gov. John, and Ann Hib-
bens, 1. 186; sent over to N. Eng.,
239 ; ITaven-Savage controversy,
398; lives at Salem, 2. 47; Stephen
Salisbury on, 98-99; laws, 4. 411;
power as Gov. in Mass. Bay (1629),
5. 324-328, 8. Ill; deed to Quina-
baug lands (1659), 5. 289; govt, in
Salem, 7. 199, 232; character, 8.
409 ; and Wenham-Chelmsford
matter (1655), 12. 323.

Endicott, Lewis, sea captain, 7. 321.

Endicott, Mary (Crowninshield), 15.
524.

Endicott, Samuel, 15. 524.

Endicott, William, elected a member
M.H.S., 20. 84.

Endicott, William Crowninshield,
on Chas. Deane, 5. 138; M.H.S.
tribute to, 14. 164-167; death,
164, 15. 524; ancestry, 14. 164, 15.
524-526; birth, 14. 165, 15. 524;
la^^yer, 14. 165, 15. 527, 531; as
State judge, 14. 165, 15. 527-530,
533, in M.H.S., 14. 165; as Sec. of
War, 166, 15. 530-531; character,
14. 166, 15. 533-534; and return of



battle flags, 14. 166; and memoir
of B. F. Thomas, 296; port, and
AUTOG., 15. front.; Memoir by his
son, 523-537; prenomen changed,
524; education, 526; studies law,
527; in politics, candidacies, 527,
530, 533 ; and Peabody trusts, 532;
and Harvard, 532; honorary de-
gree, 532; marriage and children,
533 ; summary of career, 534-537=

Endicott, William C. [2], memoir of
his father, 15. 524-537.

Endicott, William P., 15. 524.

Enfield, Mass., encroachment of
Windsor (1686), 13. 254.

England, , London brewer (1693),

2. 174.

England (? English) , Thomas, Pilgrim
at Leyden, 17. 181.

England. — See also analyzed refer-
ences under Church of England,
Colonies, English, Great Britain,
and rulers and wars by name —
Conditions (1655), 3. 193; (1649),
257; (1641), 10. 306; (1637), 14.
373 ; Dutch wars (1664), 4. 279, 281 ;
(1647), 11. 6; plague and famine
(1666), 4. 281; peace with Dutch
(1674), 282; Roman origin of insti-
tutions, 5. 278 ; former moral coarse-
ness, 6. 514-516; fairs. (1783), 10.
424; tardiness of claim to Am., 11.
161-163; age of polit. leaders (c.
1650), 228; impressions (1900), 14.
305-317; class distinctions, 305-
307 ; danger of generalizing on cus-
toms, 307; and relief of Mafeking,
308-310 ; tyranny of public opinion,
310-312; exposure of maladminis-
tration, 312-314; growth of Cham-
berlain's influence, 314; fascination
of polit. life, 315; relative industrial
decline, 316 ; party attitude towards
U. S., 316; labor conditions, 317;
tribute to McKinley, 15. 188, 229;
of change in attitude towards U. S.,
189-193, 227; Book of Sports, 19.
86-95.

English, , ill in campaign of 1760,

5. 379.

English, George B., Everett con-
troversy, 18. 97.

English, PhiHp, witchcraft petition,
1. 96, 110.

English, Thomas, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 181.

English, character of Puritans, 3. 156-
159; Scandinavian origin, 5. 335;
hist, importance, 13. 94; character,
15. 180. See also England.



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ENGLISH CHANNEL-ERVING



English Channel, Keppel's battle
(1778), 3. 120; Sumner on, 15. 211.

Engraving, work of Paul Revere, 3.
428 n., 5. 155, 8. 227, 10, 570,18. 83-
85; Habermann's views, 8. 497-
499. 9. 169; Bennett's views of
Boston (1833), 15. 162; work of
John Norman, 18. 329, 394-396;
of Edw. Savage, 19. 1-19; exhibit
of early Am. work, 51; work of
John Foster, 51-55; early town
views, 296.

Engs, Madett, Boston estate, 1. 321.

Enos, Major Roger, abandons
Arnold's Quebec expedition, 2.
269, 281-282; command, 275; at
siege of Boston, 7. 404.

Enslin, Lieutenant, drummed out
(1778), 6. 106.

Envelopes, patriotic, of Civil War
time, 4. 109, 9. 28, 10. 292.

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

Ephialtes, attack on Areopagus, 6.
387.

Ephraim, Ward, and Shays's Rebel-
lion, 1. 301.

Epigrams, Sewall's, 3. 380-381.

Episcopal Church, Bartlet's List of
Deacons, 2. 433; post-Rev. condi-
tions in Cambridge, Mass., 3. 301-
302; attitude (1786), 17. 343, 356.
See also Church of England,
Religion.

Episcopal Theological School, services
of A. A. Lawrence, 12. 135.

Epitaphs, collection of Bridgewater,
Mass., 4. 198; of Saratoga Co.,
N. Y., 376.

Eppes. See also Epes, Epps.

Eppes, John W., letter from Jefferson
(1804), 12. 269.

Epps, Reverend, preaches for Mather
(1675-76), 13. 341, 344, 346, 347,
349, 352, 355, 357, 359, 360, 362.

Epps, Daniel, justice of peace (1686),
13. 229.

Epps, Martha (Reade), 5. 264.

Epulce Thyestece, reference to Hugh
Peter, 8. 122.

Equality before the law, Mass. and, 7.
448, 13. 93 ; and Dutch history, 97.

Equivalent Lands, 6. 361, 362 n.

Erasmus, Desiderius, obscurity, 11.
255; and Reformation, 255; and
Melanchthon, 258, 260.

Erastus B. Bigelow Fund, history, 1.
174, 2. 73, 397, 3. 285, 293, 4. Ill,
352, 5. 441, 6. 407, 7. 375, 8. 187, 9.
29, 10. 126, 558, 11. 321, 12. 177, 13.
68, 14. 131, 15. 31, 16. 131, 17.



216, 18. 272, 19. 207, 20. 210;

income account (1884), 1. 176;

(1885), 2. 75; (1886), 399; (1887),

3. 287; (1894), 9. 35; (1895), 10.

135; (1896), 566: (1897), 11. 328;

(1898), 12. 185; (1899), 13. 75;

(1900), 14. 138; (1901), 15. 39;

(1902), 16. 140; (1903), 17. 224;

1904), 18. 281; (1905), 19. 217,

(1906), 20. 221; use, 20. 227.
Eric the Red's saga, 7. 351.
Erie, Fort, Am. army at (1814), 6.

258.
Ernest, Matthew, in Mich., 20. 287.
Erskine, , of Edinburgh (1830),

19. 471.

Erskine, David M., Wm. Duane on,

20. 323.

Erskine, David S. See Buchan.

Erskine, Ebenezer, and Whitefield,
9. 397.

Erskine, John, and Edwards MSS.,
15. 3.

Erskine, Thomas, baron, on advocate's
right of discretion, 11. 140.

Ervine, John, wounded (1758), 6. 33.

Erving. See also Ervine, Erwin,
Irvine, Irving.

Erving, Captain, keeps a carriage
(1768), 1. 225._

Erving, Doctor, in Arnold's Quebec
expedition, 2. 279.

Erving, Abigail (Phillips), 5. 10.

Erving, Anne [Mrs. Stewart], 5. 11.

Erving, Elizabeth [Mrs. Bowdoin], 5.
11.

Erving, George, 5. 10; loyalist, 13-
15,10. 164; mandamus councillor,
5. 14; in Boston society, 10. 77;
on com. on address to Hutchinson
(1771), 77; and to Gage, 85; house
damaged by shells (1776), 94;
letter from James Bowdoin (1788),
11. 178.

Erving, George William, R. C. Win-
throp on, 5. 6-9; presents medals,
6; hist, research, 6; Madison on,
7; and J. Q. Adams, 7-8; death
and will, 9; genealog. letter to
Winthrop (1843), 9-16; politics,
15; Curry's paper on dipl. services
of, 17-33; first services, 18; Sec.
of Legation at Madrid, 18; and
Godoy, 18; and questions of neu-
tral trade, 21; and Span, factions,
22; retires, 22, 30; Minister to
Denmark, 23; and tribute to
Tunis (1802), 26; Minister to
Spain, 24-25; and controversy
over Algerine War, 29; and nego-



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143



tiations for Fla., 29-32; declines
Turkish mission, 32; dipl. charac-
ter, 32 ; letters to Madison, 10. 472.

Erving, James, 5. 10.

Erving, John [1], Boston estate, 1.
325; career, 5. 9-10, 12; manda-
mus councillor, 14; subscribes to
Merchants' Notes (1733), 17. 208.

Erving, John [2], 5. 10, 11; loyalist,
13, 10. 164; mandamus councillor,
5. 14; and Wm. Mohneux, 10. 64;
in Boston society, 33, 39, 77; on
com. on non-importation (1768),
65 ; and on address to Hutchinson
(1771), 77; and to Gage, 85; in
Trinity Church vestry, 89 ; confis-
cated Boston estate, 170.

Erving, John [3], 5. 11.

Erving, Lucy (Winslow), 5. 10.

Erving, Mary [Mrs. Scott], 5. 11.

Erving, Mary M. (Royal), 5. 10, 12.

Erving, Sarah (Mrs. Waldo], 5. 11.

Erving, Shirley, 5. 11.

Erving, William, 5. 11; endows Har-
vard professorship, 11 n.

Erving family, origin and arms, 5. 10.

Erwin, John, recruit (1760), 6. 427.

Erwin, John, Jr., recruit (1758), 6.
24; (1760), 427.

Esenbeck, William, letter to Wm.
Duane (1808) on telegraph, 20. 306.

Espanola. See Santo Domingo
Island.

Espinosa, Antonio de, and press in
Mexico, 12. 399.

Esquimaux, and glacial man, 5. 337.

Essex Bridge, construction, 16. 341 n.

Essex County, Mass., justices of
peace (1686), 13. 229; county offi-
cers (1686), 243, 251.

Essex Gazette, changes in title, 8. 414.

Essex Institute, port, of Webster
owned by, 3. 263 ; Winthrop Papers
deposited in, 5. 304-305; gift to
M.H.S., 7. 373; growth, 9. 276,
296-297 ; services of Henry Wheat-
land, 277, 287, 289, 294; field
meetings, 290^292.

Est, William, exile in Amsterdam, 6.
52.

Established church. See Church of
England, Congregationalism.

Estaing, Charles H. T., comte d', in
Am. Rev., 1.. 50, 4. 40; off Sandy
Hook, 3. 118; Newport campaign,
118-120, 10. 104; at Boston, 105-
106; rumored victories (1781), 19.
123-125.

Esterbrook, Rev. Benjamin, death, 1.
151, 14. 17.



Estey, Isaac, witchcraft petition, 1.

110.
Estis, , inn at Fredericksburg,

Va., 2. 17, 33.
Etiquette, social, at Paris (1829), 19.

441, 443.
Eton, , exile in Amsterdam (1636) ,

6. 52.

Etruscans, method of registering

years, 4. 102; migrations, 12. 109,

110.
Eulogies, formal, of members of

M.H.S. discontinued, 6. 403.
Europe, atlas of migrations, 12. 108-

111.
Eurybiades, at Salamis, 17. 391.
Eustis, Abraham, sons at Harvard, 5.

223.
Eustis, Frederic A., Master's oration

(1838), 5. 223, 224.
Eustis, Henry L., Commencement

part (1838), 5. 223; biog. note,

223 n.
Eustis, Horatio S., Harvard A.M.

(1830), 5. 223.
Eustis, John F., Commencement

part (1837), 5. 220; biog. note,

220 n.; Master's oration (1840),

230.
Eustis, William, and Stuart, 2. 17;

port., 5. 309; public career, 310;

funeral, 310; and Mo. Compromise,

7. 119 n.; anecdote of Arnold's
soldiers, 12. 346^347; Wm. Duane
on, as war minister, 20. 336, 350,
355, 362.

Evans. See also Evens.

Evans, , tavern-keeper in Balti-
more (1804), 2. 33.

Evans, Rev. Israel, in Sullivan's ex-
pedition. 2. 474; sermon in Am.
army (1781), 6. 156.

Evans, Rev. John, and Colman's ser-
mons, 9. 342.

Evans, Maria [Mrs. Fletcher], 17-
182.

Evarts, William Maxwell, Peabody
EducationTrust, 1.210; and E. R.
Hoar in Washington, 9. 324; un-
official Eng. mission (1863), 13.
192; port., 14. 145; M.H.S. tribute
to, 15. 1-2; and return of Brad-
ford MS., 80; and J. R. Lowell,
238.

Eveleth, Joseph, on com. on Boston
bicentenary, 2. 220; subscription
to Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342.

Evelyn, W. Glanville, letters, 6. 433.

Everett, Alexander Hill, Com-
mencement part (1806), 5. 171,



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171 n.; lectures on Columbus, 284;
subscription to Boston dinner
(1830), 6. 341 ; (/> i? A' oration (1813),
9. 114; biog. note, 114 n.; on
Cuba (1826), 12. 362; and change
in B K constitution, 15. 205 n. ;
resolution on Ga. and Creeks, 217;
and Jackson's LL.D., 20. 505-508.

Everett, Anna S., gift to M.H.S., 20.
534.

Everett, Charlotte B. [Mrs. Wise], 18.
117.

Everett, Charlotte G. (Brooks), 18.
117.

Everett, Edward, and Hutchinson's
diary (1843), 1. 164-166; and un-
official mission to Europe (1861),
203, 206, 208, 209, 16. 465 ; letter
to R. C. Winthrop on mission, 1.
208; as preacher, 2. 110, 3. 166;
Washington Monument appeal, 2.
143; on Oswald map and Ashbur-
ton Treaty, 3. 368, 369; subscrip-
tion for M.H.S. building, 292; gift
to M.H.S., 295; as member M.H.S.
5. 5, 6. 272; Commencement part
(1811), 5. 176, 176 n.; Master's
oration (1814), 179; honorary de-
grees, 216, 18. 107, 114; at Har-
vard Commencements (1846, '47),
5. 250, 253 ; on the Harvard family,
250-251; Commencement recep-
tions, 251, 253, 258; subscription
to Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342;
junior member M.H.S., 9.94; 0BK
poem (1812), 114; biog. note,
114 n., 0BK orations (1824, '33),
119, 125; engraving of Bell and, 10.
125; photog., 125; at Plymouth
anniversary (1820), 394; (1845),
398, 400; on Choate, 11. 134 n.,
147, 149; friendship with Choate,
148; medal of, 277; on John
Lowell, 12. 114; at Gottingen, 366,
369; on Am. schools (1817), 369;
as professor, 370, 18. 97, 102; let-
ters to Story (1831) on B K con-
stitution, address on manufac-
tures. Commentaries, 15. 204-206;
(1832), on report on apportionment,
memoir of Story, 206-210; —
bust presented, 16. 477; port, and
AUTOG., 18. front., vi; Memoir, 62,
91-117; Randolph's alleged denun-
ciation, 62; autobiog. letters, 91-
112; parents, 91-92; birth, 92;
schooling, 93-95; at Harvard, 9.5-
96; theolog. studies, 96; tutor, 96;
pastorate, 96-97; English contro-
versy, 97; studies and travel



abroad, 97-101, 105, 112; ceases to
preach, 101; and N. Am.. Review,
101; in Congress, occasional ad-
dresses, 102-108; membership in
societies, 105; marriage and chil-
dren, 105, 117; and pari, reform,
106; and tariff, 107, 19. 522; and
Jackson (1832), 18. 107; governor-
ship, 108-112; and militia, 110;
inaugurates Lowell Lectures, 112;
Minister at London, 113-114;
Pres. of Harvard, 114; Sec. of
State, 115; in Senate, 115; and
Kan.-Neb. Bill, 115; address on
Washington, 115; candidacy for
Vice-Pres., 116; and secession, 116;
during Civil War, 116-117; con-
troversy over estate, 116; death,
117; — letter (1836), 325; as in-
dustrial statesman, 377; journey
from Washington (1832), 19. 527.

Everett, Edward B., 18. 117.

Everett, Edward F., Everett gene-
alogy, 16. 291.

Everett, Henry S., 18. 117; collection
of patriotic envelopes, 19. 224.

Everett, John, Commencement part
(1818), 5. 184; biog. riote, 184 ?i.

Everett, Rev. Moses, article on Dor-
chester, 18. 328.

Everett, Rev. Oliver, as preacher, 16.
453; Hazlitt on, 17. 335; career,
18. 91-92.

Everett, Oliver C, Divinity School
part, 19. 363; at Pliilanthropic
Soc. (1836), 364. _

Everett, Otis, subscription for M.H.S.
building, 3. 291.

Everett, Sibyl, gift to M.H.S., 19.
224.

Everett, Stevens, Commencement
part (1815) and biog. note, 5. 179,
179 n.

Everett, William [Communications
folloAv], gifts to M.H.S., 2. 150,
256, 6. 416; remarks, 2. 167, 305,
4. 66, 6. 196, 251, 7. 125, 421,
8. 151, 10. 5, 291, 362, 440, 462,
490, 552, 11. 24, 74, 187, 209, 238,
336, 12. 371, 424, 13. 129, 14. 445,
15. 479, 20. 232, 489, 586; list of
publications (1885-1905), 2. 391,
3. 279, 4. 106, 11. 317, 12. 175,
15. 29, 16. 534, 17. 449, 19. 205;
elected to M.H.S. Council (1886,
'87), 2. 404, 3. 298; on com. on
index to foreign docs, of Am. Rev.,
159; report, 178; resolution on pro-
posed Attucks Memorial, 317; on
Finance Com. (1887), 318; on com.



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on Lafayette statue, 4. 12; and
report, 41 ; on com. on revising by-
laws, 77, 123 ; motion on Denison's
letters, 13. 121; on Library Com.
(1901), 15. 2; presents Everett
genealogy, 16. 291; represents
M.H.S., 20. 534.

Communications: on obtaining
extracts from Hutchinson's diary,
1. 164-166; on origin of Mass.
motto, 2. 39; on proper name

' Alablaster, 39 ; on witchcraft com-
mission of oyer and terminer, 43 ;
on F. E. Parker, 216; on S. K.
Lothrop, 3. 62; criticism of Stubbs
on Puritans, 153-159; on allusion
to Sharpless, 259; on Jefferson
Davis and repudiation, 274; on
Ashburton Treaty, 369 ; on Sewall's
epigrams, 4. 80-82, 6. 381; on
naming Union Street, 4. 264; on
City of Quincy , 267 ; on Jas. Bram-
ston, 319; on nat. holidays, 372;
on H. W. Foote, 381; on term
"Spanish Main," 5. 114; on Chas.
Deane, 133; Last royal veto,
156-163; on excavations at Ches-
ter, Eng., 6. 76; on custody of
Brit, public docs. (1783), 442; on
E. A. Freeman, 7. 421-424; poem
on O. W. Holmes, 9. 160-162; on
distribution of M.H.S. pubs., 10.
118; letter of Natl. Saltonstall,
193; on Adams family in public
service of Braintree and Quincy,
371-374; on H. L. Pierce, 11. 212-
214; on masters of Adams Acad-
emy, 12. 148; on fire in his house,
14. 427; on Trevelyan's Am. Rev.,
18. 62; communicates Memoir of
Edward Everett, 62, 91-117; on
need of biogs. of provincial Mass.,
20. 587-590.

Evers. See Ewer.

Everton, William, sea-captain (1688),
7. 146.

Evison, Thomas, of Saleby, Eng.
(1612), 8. 508.

Evison, William, of Saleby, Eng.
(1612), 8. 508.

Evolution, influence on hist, study,
13. 89-91, 19. 280, 285. See also
Darwin.

Ewald, Alexander C, on last royal
veto, 5. 159.

Ewald, Georg H. A. von, at Got-
tingen (1828), 2. 35; career, 35 n.

Ewell, Jedediah, loyalist refugee, 2.
234.

Ewell, Seth, loyalist refugee, 2. 235.



Ewer (Evers), (?) Thomas, accused
of disloyalty (1636), 1. 240.

Ewing, Rev. John, and Benj. Rush,
17. 334, 354.

Ewing, Thomas, and unofficial mis-
sion to Europe (1861), 1. 203; at
Harvard Commencement (1834), 5.
214; Winthrop on, 6. 75.

Exchange, on Eng. (1770), 16. 223,
226, 227.

Excise, stamps for Crown Point ex-
pedition funds (1755), 1. 70; Mass.
bUl (1765), 20. 535. See also
Stamp Act, Taxation.

Exclusion Bill (1680), 4. 318.

Executive, use of Brit, royal warrant,
5. 162; rise, 16. 238. See also
Council, Government, Governor,
Veto.

Exeter, N. H., Maverick's account
(1660), 1. 234; in 1650, 2. 48;
Ratification Conven. (1788), 16.
385-38i.

Expenditures, comment on Federal
(1792), 15. 138. See also Finances.

Exploration, citation of transconti-
nental (1724), 3. 380. See also
Voyages.

Eynaud, Paul, consul at Malta, 19.
488.

Eyre, John, death (1700), 1. 154.

Eyre, Paul, candidacy in Va. (1796),

• 15. 157.

Ezerus, Indian, at Fort Dummer
(1724), 6. 366.



F., J. G., experience at Port au
Prince, 2. 369.

Facsimiles, will of Peregrine White,
3. 134; Grammarians Funeral, 5.
2; engraving of Battle of Lake
George (1755), 416; deed by Win-
throp (1639), 7. 139; titlepage and
dedication of Willard's Useful In-
structions, 9. 529-530; titlepage of
cat. of Saml. Lee's library, 10.
542; titlepage of Higginson's Our
Dying Saviour's Legacy, 11. 21;
letter of Capt. John Smith, 12.
158; plate of Mass. notes (1702),
13. 315 ; proclamation and declara-
tion of Mass. Council (1715), 15.
327, 351; Jon. Edwards's short-
hand, 514, 517; gravestones of
John Foster, 19. 56-57. See also
Maps.

Faden, William, map (1785) and



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FAGUNDES-FARNHAM



Northeastern boundary, 3. 366,
368 n. ; engraving by, 9. 28.

Fagundes, Joam Alvarez, voyage and
patent, 8. 72-7-1.

Fail (Fales), Capt. Eliphalet, at Half-
Way Brook fight (1758), 6. 33.

Fair Haven, Mass., in 1801, 4. 127.

Fairbanks house, Dedham, views, 2.
71, 3. 283; described, 14. 290.

Fairfax, Bryan, haron, 19. 378.

Fairfax, Capt. Robert, off Boston
(1692), 7. 162.

Fairfax, Thomas, haron, loyalist, 19.



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