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378.

Fairfield, Benjamin, baptism (1645),
12. 322.

Fairfield, Daniel [1], Pilgrim at Ley-
den, 17. 177.

Fairfield, Daniel, [2], Pilgrim at Ley-
den, 17. 181.

Fairfield, Daniel, of Braintree, milit.
watch (1690), 1. 163, 14. 31 ; death,
27.

Fairfield, George, of Salem, 12. 322.

Fairfield, John, and Graves-Cilley
duel, 12. 290, 291.

Fairfield, Rebecca (Willet), Pilgrim
at Leyden, 17. 177.

Fairfield, Conn., whale-boat priva-
teers, 1. 19; Maverick on (1660),
245; in 1804, 2. 7; inn, 32; in
1650, 49; Brit, raid (1779), 6. 126,
396; church record of Hancock's
marriage, 395-396.

Fairfield, Am. privateer (1776), 12.
198.

Fairmead (Medfield), Mass., in 1650,
2. 47.

Fairs, at Boston and Providence
(1697), 9. 510; English (1783), 10.
424.

Fairweather. See also Fayerweather.

Fairweather, Reverend, sermon at
Louisburg (1745), 11. 443.

Fairweather, John, powder-master
(1686), 13. 260.

Fairweather, Thomas, sea-captain
(1689), 7. 151.

Falcon, Brit, war-ship (1775), 10. 20.

Faldo, William, witnesses power of
attorney (1654), 13. 6.

Fales. See also Fail. •

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

Falke, Jacob von, Art in House, 3. 231.

Falkner, Abigail, relief from convic-
tion for witchcraft, 1. 81, 104.

Fall, Mrs. William, innkeeper near
Fayetteville, 2. 31, 34.

Fallacies of History, 2. 392.



Fallass, William, purchases con-
fiscated Boston estate, 10. 108.

Falmouth (Portland). Me., view, 3.
282; Brit, attack (1775), 7. 410,
411, 9. 72.

Falmouth, Mass., in 1801, 4. 128.

Falmouth, N. S., in 1776, 2. 301.

Fame, privateer (1749), 6. 94, 96.

Familists, doctrine of unknowing of
oneself, 5. 104, 6. 187.

Famine in England (1666), 4. 281.

Fancourt, Rev. Samuel, circulating
library at Salisbury, Eng., 9. 368.

Fancy, of Martha's Vineyard, 3. 86.

Faneuil, Benjamin, member of Fire
Club, 10. 38; imports tea (1773),
79; absentee loyalist, 164; in
England (1780), 421.

Faneuil, Jean, 18. 241, 242.

Faneuil, Mary A. [Mrs. Jones], 20.
409-410.

Faneuil, Peter, notices of death and
burial, 1. 42-43; lame, 43, 222;
view dedicated to, 249 ; and Wood-
bridge-Phillips duel, 18. 240; port.,
20. 409.

Faneuil Hall, views (1870), 19. 295,
20. 228.

Fannin, Isham S., bill of sale of slave,
20. 512.

Fanning, Edmund, and Gov. Went-
worth, 3. 66; and Pepperrell, 70;
report to (1779), on Martha's Vine-
yard, 84-88; at funeral of Edw.
Winslow, 93.

Fanning, Thomas, at siege of Boston,
9. 60.

Farley, George, removes to Chelms-
ford (1656), 12. 325.

Farley, Joseph S., Commencement
part (1810) and biog. note, 5. 175,
175 n.

Farley, Massillon, Commencement
part (1831), 5. 206.

Farmer, Andrew, in campaign of
1760, 4. 389.

Farmer, John, reprinted M.H.S.
paper, 6. 230. _

Farmer, Jonas, in Am. army (1775),
12. 106.

Farmer's Cabinet, file, 13. 378.

Farmington, in 1650, 2. 49.

Farnham. See also Farnum.

Farnham, Mrs., of Newburyport
(178S), 16. 415.

Farnham, John Hay, Commence-
ment part (1811) and biog. note, 5.
175, 175 71.

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



FARNHAM-FAULKNER



147



Famham, Sibyl [Mrs. Sa^^•ye^], 16.

389 n.
Farnham, William, impressions of,

16. 393, 393 n. ; mentioned in

J. Q. Adams's diary (1788), 406,

415, 416, 420, 421, 425, 427, 444.
Farnham, Lieut. Zebediah, at siege of

Boston, 9. 85.
Farnsworth, , of Hollis, N. H.,

spy (1778), 3. 121, 122.
Farnsworth, Aaron, on Indian scout

(1748), 6. 431; minuteman, 12.

104.
Farnsworth, Amos [1], 12. 75;

drowned, 87; body recovered, 90.
Farnsworth, Major Amos [2], career,

12. 74-75; milit. career, 77; diary

(1775-79), 78-102; at siege of

Boston, 78-87, 106; sick furlough,

87; and Amos Shed, 100; at

Ticond'eroga (1776), 100-102; min-
uteman, 104.
Farnsworth, Benjamin, at siege of

Boston, 12. 82; drowned, 87.
Farnsworth, Da^dd, of Groton, 6. 429.
Farnsworth, Ebenezer, and Shays's

Rebellion, 1. 301.
Farnsworth, Isaac, Groton town

clerk, 1. 301.
Farnsworth, John, recruit (1760), 6.

429.
Farnsworth, John P., acknowledg-
ment to, 12. 78; ancestry, 78.
Farnsworth, Lydia (Longley), 12.

75.
Farnsworth, Matthias, 12. 75.
Farnsworth, Oliver [1], recruit (1758),

6. 25; on Indian scout (1748), 431;

minuteman, 12. 104.
Farnsworth, Oliver [2], minuteman,

12. 104.
Farnsworth, William, recruit (1760),

6. 429.
Farnum, , of Boston, killed

(1702), 14. 20.
Farragut, David G., port., 19. 224.
Farrar, John, and Pres. Kirldand, 3.

162; Commencement part (1803)

and biog. note, 5. 169, 169 n. ;

gifts to M.H.S. from family of, 18.

264, 287.
Farrar, Lucy M. (Buckminster), 3.

162.
Farrar, Noah, in Am. army (1775), 12.

106.
Farrar, Timothy, Harvard LL.D.

(1847), 5. 253; oldest Harvard

graduate, 253.
Farrington, , post-rider to Crown

Point (1760), 5. 366.



Farrington, Capt. Thomas, in cam-
paign of 1760, 4. 391, 392; return
of men, 6. 426-430; of Groton,
427.

Farris, Fanny (Jenkins), 16. 368 n.

Farris, William, biog. note, 16. 368 n.

Farther Account of progresse, extant
copies, 10. 339. See also Further.

Farwell, Elizabeth, baptism (1673),
12. 338.

Farwell, Frances E. [Mrs. Field], 19.
74.

Farwell, George, not Atty.-Gen., 10.
288.

Farwell, Mrs. Hannah, joins Chelms-
ford church (1673), 12. 338.

Farwell, Haimah, baptism (1673), 12.
338.

Farwell, Henry, of Chelmsford, dea-
con (1661), 12. 334-336; death,
337.

Farwell, Henry, baptism (1675), 12.
338.

Farwell, Capt. Henry, roll of minute-
men, 12. 77, 78, 103-105; of com-
pany at siege of Boston, 106-107.

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

Farwell, Joseph, baptism (1673), 12.
338.

Farwell, Joseph. Jr., recruit (1758),
6. 24.

Farwell, Oliver, of Groton, 6. 429.

Farwell, Thomas, and Shays's Re-
bellion, 1. 301.

Farwell, William, recruit (1760), 6.
429; minuteman, 12. 104.

Farwell, Zaccheus, in Am. army
(1775), 12. 106.

Fasciculus Temporum, eds., 19. 296.

Fassett, Amaziah, minuteman, 12.
104.

Fassetts, Samuel, in campaign of
1760, 4. 389.

Fast days in Mass., annual, abolished,
9. 19; sermon (1678), 443; proc-
lamations (1670-91), 445, 486. 12.
280, 282, 284, 13. 361; Boston
(1775), 10. 90; nonobservance
(1686), 13. 259, 262, 263; proc. of
Council (1715), 15. 349, 352-354.

"Father Abbey's Will," 4. 70 n.

"Father of his Country," applied to
George II., 1. 231.

Fauchet, Jean A. J., conduct as
Minister, 15. 145.

Faucitt, William, and Hessian mer-
cenaries, 4. 4.

Faulkner, Francis, witchcraft petition,
1. 110.



148



PAULKNER-FENNO



Faulkner, William E., Commence-
ment part (1840), 5. 229; biog.
note, 229 n.

Faunce, Elder Thomas, 3. 415 n.

Fawkner, Mrs. Elizabeth, of Eng., will
(1720), 1. 138.

Fawkner, Everard, of Eng., will of
widow (1720), 1. 138.

Fawkner, Everard, nephew, 1. 138.

Fawkner, Jane, 1. 138.

Fawkner, Sarah, 1. 138.

Fawkner, Susanna, 1. 138.

Faxon, Mrs., of Braintree, death
(1697), 14. 18.

Faxon, Azariah, of Braintree, 6. 511.

Faxon, Thomas, of Braintree, 8. 12 n.

Fay, Charles, Master's oration (1832)
and biog. note, 5. 209, 209 n.

Fay, Nahum, musician, 16. 409.

Fay, Otis, works on Boston defences
(1814), 14. 152.

Fay, Samuel P. P., at class reunion
(1848), 5. 255-258; ancestry, 11.
123.

Fayerweather. See also Fairweather.

Fayerweather, B., bond as customs
officer (1698), 5. 297.

Fayerweather, John, and Registry of
Probate (1754), 16. 109; subscribes
to Merchants' Notes (1733), 17.
208.

Fayetteville in 1804, 2. 22.

Feasts, Boston pre-Rev., 10. 45-46.

Featherstonhaugh, George W., and
Oswald map, 3. 368, 369.

Febershear (? Feveryeare), Captain,
in Pliips's Quebec expedition, 15.
307.

Febiger, Christian, captured at Que-
bec, 2. 295. _

Federal Constitution. See Constitu-
tion.

Federal Convention of 1787, influence
of Conn, institutions, 5. 270, 273,
277, 330; question of new conven-
tion (1788), 15. 124; and compact
theory, 16. 164; Franklin on, 17.
367 ; influence of Adams's Defence,
367; Rush on success, 367; anxi-
ety concerning, 370, 454, 456, 468,
470, 474 ; Congress and, 457, 462 ;
conjectures of plans, 458, 461, 463-
, 465; outside advice, 468, 471, 472;
rumors of discord in Va. delegation,
474; Hamilton's notes of debate
(June 1-20), 18. 348-362. _

Federalist, contemp. opinion, 17.
493, 500, 508.

Federalist party, copy of J. Q. Adams
corresp. with, 1. 365; ignored in



Philadelphia (1804), 2. 12; Jeffer-
son on (1811), 12. 270. See also
Elections, Ratification.

Fees, in Jamaica (1687), 12. 237;
legal, in Mass. (1686), 13. 242-243,
245; of wine-cooper, 283.

Fees of M.H.S., by-laws on, 4. 223.

Feilder, Elizabeth [Mrs. Husbands],

13. 44.

Feke, Elizabeth. See Hallett.

Feke, Robert, Greenwich affairs, 6. 3,
7, 8n., 11, 20; and his wife, 3;
letter to John Winthrop, Jr. (1636),
8n.

Fellowes. See also Fellows.

Fellowes, Abigail [Mrs. May], 20. 47.

Fellowes, Cornelius, 20. 47, 50.

Fellowes, Gustavus, purchases confis-
cated Boston estate, 10. 170;
career, 20. 47, 49; and Crevecoeur's
children, 47-54; port., 60 n.

Fellowes, Nathaniel, purchases con-
fiscated Boston estate, 10. 184;
career, 20. 47, 54.

Fellowes, Sarah (Pierpont), 20. 47,
50 ; and Fanny St. John, 50.

Fellows, Col. (Gen.) John, in Sara-
toga campaign, 3. 108; at siege of
Boston, 9. 43.

Fellows, Moses, journal of Sullivan's
expedition, 2. 441.

Felt, George, pauper (1686), 13. 277.

Felt, Joseph Barlow, and pub. of
early records of Mass., 1. 397; on
Hubbard's visit to Eng., 4. 18;
paper on Mass. population, 139;
cat. of M.H.S. Library, 326; Libra-
rian, 343; atbicentenary of N. Eng.
Confed., 20. 361.

Feltham, Robert, of Eng. (1669),
1. 137.

Felton, Cornelius Conway, Com-
mencement part (1827), 5. 196;
biog. notes, 196 n., 9. 124 n.; on
J. A. Albro, 5. 415; letter on
slavery (1855), 7. 263 n. ; (P B K
poem (1832), 9. 124; Friday Club,

14. 473, 16. 465; and Webster, 15.
168; and Jackson's LLD., 20. 510.

Felton, John B., Commencement
part (1847) and biog. note, 5. 252,
252 n.

Felton, Samuel M., Master's oration
(1837), 5. 22p; biog. note, 220?;.

Fenianism, raids on Canada and
Treaty of Washington, 8. 18.

Fenner, Obadiah, port., 2. 71.

Fenno, John, works on Boston de-
fences (1814), 14. 152; character-
ized, 153.



FENNO-FINANCES



149



Fenno, John Ward, Wm. Duane on,

20. 269.
Fenton, John, loyahst, land grant to,

3. 67; story of mobbing of wife

considered, 8. 412-415; in Boston

society, 10. 35.
Fenton, R., declaration on counter-
feiting (1699), 5. 297.
Fenway building. See Real estate.
Fenwick, George, papers concerning

purchase from (1644-60), 5. 289,

290, 302; at Saybrook, 16. 489;

and Henry Whitfield, 492, 497.
Ferdinand VII. of Spain, as heir, 5.

19 ; as king, 20, 23.
Ferland, J. B. Antoine, papers from

collection of, 3. 153, 4. 45.
Fernald, Charles A., gift to M.H.S.,

10. 570.
Fernandez, Domingo, and Menendez's

expedition, 8. 450.
Ferrelo, Bartolomeo, identity of places

mentioned by, 3. 261.
Ferrier, Joseph M. A., case (1788),

17. 509.
Ferris, James, Greenwich estate, 6.

19.

Ferry, , death (1714), 8. 222.

Ferry, , of Springfield (1777), 6.

89.
Fessenden, , schoolmaster of

Warren, R. I. (1801), 6. 124-125.
Fessenden, John, Commencement

part (1818), 5. 184; biog. note,

184 n.
Fessenden, John M., Harvard A.M.

(1846), 5. 250.
Fessenden, Thomas, at Plymouth

anniversary (1845), 10. 401.
Feudal system, overthrow, 16. 238.
Feversham, R. I. See Westerly.
Feveryeare. See Febershear.
Field, , of Braintree, death of

children (1704), 14. 23.
Field, Ensign,sit Fort Dummer (1728),

6. 378.
Field, Abigail (Hopkins), 19. 63.
Field, Abigail (Waterman), 19. 63.
Field, Abner, career and character,

19. 62, 64.
Field, Benjamin H., and index to

foreign docs, of Am. Rev., 3. 178.
Field, Ehza E. (McLoon), 19. 74.
Field, Elizabeth (Williams), ancestry,

19. 63.
Field, Frances E. (Farwell), 19. 74.
Field, Hannah (Stone), 19. 63.
Field, Jacob, in Dartmoor Prison, 10.

117.
Field, James, 19. 63.



Field, Jeremiah, 19. 63.

Field, Joseph (1764), 18. 261.

Field, Joseph, Harvard D. D. (1840),

5. 230.
Field, Louisa (Griswold), 19. 61, 65;

character, 63.
Field, Mrs. Martha, 19. 63.
Field, Pardon, 19. 63.
Field, Samuel, address to Gage (1774),

14. 51 n.
Field, Thomas [d. 1717], descendants,

19. 63.
Field, Thomas [d. 1752], 19. 63.
Field, Thomas W., on eds. of Hub-
bard's map of N. Eng., 4. 15, 20.
Field, Walbridge Abner, elected a

member M.H.S., 9. 1 ; on E. R.

Hoar, 315-323; remarks, 11. 238,

12. 195; M.H.S. tributes to, 13.
166-171; as judge, 167, 171,19. 75-
77, 79-80; training, 13. 167-168,
19. 67, 70-72; lawyer, 13. 168, 19.
71-73; in Congress, 13. 168, 19.
73-7^; character and appearance,

13. 169-171, 19. 80-82; Memoir
by John Noble, 61-82; pokt. and
AUTOG., 61; birth and death, 61;
origin of Christian name, 61; an-
cestry, 62-67; teacher, 68; and
old home, 69-70; Federal offices,
72; home-life, marriages, children,
74; religion, 74; societies, 75; in
M.H.S., 75; honorary degree, 75;
hist, interests, 78; funeral, 78.

Field, William [d. 1665], 19. 63.
Fields, James T., and Emancipation

Concert, 20. 248.
Fiennes. See also Fines.
Fiennes, John, exploded coat of arms,

2. 252 ; career, 252.

Fiennes, Nathaniel, exploded coat of

arms, 2. 252; career, 252.
Fife, John, minuteman, 12. 104.
Fifield, , intrigue in Vt. (1782),

3. 132.

Fifteenth Amendment. See Negro
suffrage.

Finteus, Orontius, conception of N.
Am. (1531), 8. 78.

Finances. — See also analyzed refer-
ences under next title and under
Banks, Money, Prices, Taxation. —
Confederation plans (1781), 1. 60;
A. H. Bullock and Civil War, 3.
331-332; royal instructions con-
cerning provincial, 8. 96-98; Hig-
ginson on Confederation (1784),
177-179; Boston panic (1765), 10.
52; supervision over corporations,
13. 132; Va. Republicans and



150



FINANCES-FIRST CHURCH OF CAMBRIDGE



Hamilton's reports, 15. 122 n., 138-
143; speculation and panic (1792),
139; distress (1787), 17. 455-456,
472; Va. relief measures (1787),
479, 489, 491, 492, 494. See also
Economic conditions.

Finances of M.H.S. — See also an-
alyzed references under Real es-
tate, Securities, Smith (C. C), and
funds by name. — Annual reports
of Treasurer and Auditing Com.
(1884), 1. 173-179; (1885), 2. 72-
79; (1886), 396-403; (1887), 3.
284-297; (1888), 4. 110-118;
(1889), 351-359; (1890), 5. 440-
448; (1891), 6. 406-414; (1892), 7.
374-382; (1893), 8. 186-195;
(1894), 9. 29-37; (1895), 10. 126-
136; (1896), 557-567; (1897), 11.
319-331; (1898), 12. 176-187;
(1899), 13. 66-77; (1900), 14. 130-
141; (1901), 15. 30-42; (1902),
16. 130-143; (1903), 17. 215-228;
(1904), 18. 271-285; (1905), 19.
206-222; (1906), 20. 209-226; his-
tory of real estate and gifts up to
1887, 3. 291-296; reinvestment of
funds, 296; Finance Com. (1887),
318; (1889), 4. 367; com. on bills,
3. 318; by-laws on Treasurer, 4.
227-228; insufficiency of funds
(1892), 7. 368; act authorizing in-
crease in estate, 8. 305, 505; Ellis
Bequest, 10. 1-5; vote on accept-
ing bequest, 5-6; reports of joint
com. on bequest, votes on reports,
148-159, 295-296; funds needed
and at hand (1895-96), 152-155,
579-582; special building and
financial com., 297-299, 585, 11.
1, 336; Pres. Adams on financial
issues (1896), 10. 573-585, 11. 412-
414; value of estate (1896), 10.
575; available income, 576; effect
of loss of rent, 576; more commu-
tation fees desired, 584; votes on
sale of Tremont Street property,
238-239 ; cost of Fenway building,
14. 140, 255, 15. 41; exchange sale
of Fenway-site land, gift of Pres.
Adams, 14. 483; authority of offi-
cers to sell securities, 15. 69; list
oi special funds, 20. 209-216.

Finch. See also Fintch.

Finch, Daniel. See Nottingham,
earl of.

Finch, Daniel, killed at Wyoming
(1778), 3. 345.

Finch, E. E., Sibley ports, by, 2.
169.



Finch John, killed at Wyoming,
(1778), 3. 345.

Finch, Mary, Pilgrim at Leyden, 17.
177.

Findley. See also Finlay, Finley.

Findley, WilUam, Olmstead affair,
20. 321.

Fine arts, tariff on, 1. 363; study
frowned on, 3. 224; early college
lectures on, in U. S., 228; first
school lectures, 233 ; private collec-
tions in Eng., 12. 157. See also
Boston Museum of Fine Arts, and
arts by name.

Fines. See also Fiennes.

Fines, Charles, and Mass., 2. 252.

Finlay, Hugh, and N. S. post (1787),
3. 76,

Finley, Dr. (?) Samuel, in Va. cam-
paign (1781), 6. 136.

Finley, Brit, brig (1829), 19. 441.

Finney, Lieutenant, duel (1773), 10.
57.

Fintch, Samuel, prisoner to loyalists
(1778), 3. 342.

Finzi, , of Florence (1829), 19.

447.

Fire Club, Boston, 10. 38.

Fires, in Philadelphia (1799), 3. 275;
in Boston (1690), 7. 155, 156;
(1692), 162; (1693), 165; (1765-
75), 10. 53-55; (1676), 13. 373,
404, 411; (1679), 407; (1702), 14.
32; (1787), 65 n., 19. 438; (1747),
14. 98-99, 16. 105.

Firmin, Giles, instruction in medicine,
1. 46.

Firmin, Josiah, servant of Gov.
Winthrop, 13. 60, 60 n. _

First Church of Boston, beginning, 2.
221; letter of recommendation of
John Winthrop, Jr. (1650), 3. 200;
trial of Anne Hutchinson, 4. 159-
191; of Rich. Wait and Ann Hib-
bins (1640), 315-316; original
covenant, 8. 271, 348; choice of
pastor (1682), 13. 410.

First Church of Cambridge, Mass.,
relations ^vith Harvard, 5. 396-416 ;
relation of site, 397; synchronism
of foundations, 397 ; college and
church buildings, 398-401, 403;
church aid to college, 401 ; college
support of church, 402; enforced
attendance of students, 403-406;
relig. home of college, 406 ; slave
members, 407 ; ministers in college
govt, and controversies. 407-412
ministers graduates of college, 412
influence of ministers, 412-415



FIRTH-FISKE



151



— notes of sermons at (1689-90),
6. 165.

Firth, Charles Harding, to continue
Gardiner's history, 16. 9.

Fischel, Edward, mistake on last Eng.
veto, 5. 159.

Fischer, Theobald, on Agnese's at-
lases, 11. 373, 381.

Fish, , innkeeper at Scituate

(1795), 3. 43.

Fish, Mrs., of Brookfleld (1762), 7.
385.

Fish, Asa I., Commencement part
(1842), 5. 235.

Fish, Hamilton, Peabody Education
Fund, 1. 210.

Fish, Josiah, of Attleboro (1731), 19.
26.

Fish, Josiah, Pepperell recruit (1760),
6. 429.

Fish, Nathan, on Indian scout (1748),
6. 431.

Fish, Nicholas, and index to foreign
docs, of Am. Rev., 3. 178.

Fish, Phineas, Commencement part
(1807) and biog. note, 5. 171 n.

Fisher, , of London (1693), 2.

174.

Fisher, Capt. (?) Daniel, on com. on
war expenses (1676), 12. 402.

Fisher, George Park, elected a cor-
resp. member M.H.S., 11. 221.

Fisher, Mrs. James T., gift toM.H.S.,
16. 477.

Fisher, Joshua, at Harvard Com-
mencement (1820), 5. 187.

Fisher, Wilfred, absentee loyalist, 10.
164; confiscated Boston estate,
170.

Fisheries, N. Eng. (1660), 1. 233, 235,
247 ; Babson's Fisheries of Glouces-
ter, 3. 142; and peace negotiations
(1779-82), 4. 48-54, 17. 415, 427,
433, 435, 19. 160; effect of Rev.
on, 4. 51 ; necessary to N. Eng. com-
merce, 52; and navy, 53; natural
right in, 53 ; Newfoundland, im-
portance before 1630, 11. 161;
Brit, bill on whale (1788), 17. 501-
502; exemption of vessels from
capture, 18. 171.

Fisher's Island, Maverick's account
(1660), 1. 244; control (1683), 4.
290; Brit, raid (1775), 7. 401.

Fisher's Tavern, Needham, 10. 47.

Fishing, sport in provincial Mass., 10.
48-52.

Fisk. See also Fiske.

Fisk, Mrs. Bridget, of Wenham (1648),
12. 322.



Fisk, James, recruit (1760), 6. 427.

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

Fisk, Rev. Nathan, 3. 51; biog. note,
51 n.

Fisk, Rev. Samuel, votes for, as pas-
tor of Old South (1717), 8. 220;
church controversy in Salem, 9.
347.

Fisk, Samuel, non-consumption agree-
ment (1786), 8. 497.

Fisk, WilHam, of Wenham (1648), 12.
322.

Fisk, William, memoir, 7. 123.

Fiske. See also Fisk.

Fiske, Anna (Gipps), children, 12.
321; death, 321.

Fiske, Anna, birth, 12. 321.

Fiske, Elizabeth (Hinksman), 12. 321.

Fiske, Ehzur, birth, 12. 321.

Fiske, Francis S., and G. S. Hale, 12.
_487.

Fiske, Isaac, at class reunion (1848),
5. 255-258.

Fiske, James, dismissal to Groton, 12.
331-335.

Fiske, Rev. John [1], at Wenham, 2.
47, 12. 321-322; Catechism, 9. 411,
12.318-320; note-book (1637-75),
317-338; pastorates, 317; children,
321; second marriage, 321; on
removal of church to Chelmsford,
322-324; on dismissal of members,
331-335.

Fiske, John [2], birth, 12. 321.

Fiske, John, and Shays's Rebellion,
1. 301.

Fiske, Rev. John [b. 1770], jubilee, 19.
431, 433 n., 439, at Dr. Snell's
jubilee, 432.

Fiske, John, elected a member
M.H.S., 7. 347; accepts, 399; on
hist, character of Norse sagas, 350 -
353; on Indian slavery, 8. 38; on
Parkman as historian, 552; list of
publications (1893-1901), 9. 23, 10.
121, 11. 317, 12. 175, 13. 66, 14.
128, 15. 29; M.H.S. tributes to, as
historian, 180-182, 193-198, _ 508;
in M.H.S., 182; memoir assigned
to S. L. Thorndike, 368; on right
to secede, 17. 106 n.

Fiske, Jonathan, and Shays's Rebel-
lion, 1. 301.

Fiske, Josiah J., at Leicester Acad-
emy, 7. 34 n.

Fiske, Lucy (Clarke), 16. 412 n.

Fiske, Rev. Moses, at Braintree,
1. 151; ill (1708), 160; record
of church discipline, 6. 481-485;



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"Faithful Advice from several
ministers," 9. 526, 17. 29; birth,
12. 321; covenant on leaving for
college, 331; joins church, 335-,
preaches for father, 335.

Fiske, Nathan, reprints of Brookfield,
6. 343.

Fiske, Oliver, B K oration (1805),
9. Ill; biog. notes, llln., 16.
384 ?i. ; J. Q. Adams's characteri-
zation, 384 n. ; mentioned in
Adams's diary, 413.

Fiske, Samuel, baptism (1645), 12.
322.

Fiske, Sarah, birth, 12. 321.

Fiske, Rev. Thaddeus, B K prayer
(1810), 9. 113; biog. notes, 113 n.,
16.412/1.; at Harvard Commence-
ment (1827), 9. 197; mentioned,
16. 412.

Fitch, Lieut. Andrew, at siege of
Boston, 9. 54, 62, 76, 81.

Fitch, Cordilla, at siege of Boston,

9. 41-91; sick, 48-53.

Fitch, Rev. Jabez, ordained (1703),
14. 33 ; book owned by, 17. 57.

Fitch, Lieut. Jabez, Jr., career, 9.
40; diary of siege of Boston, 41-
91; question of promotion, 78;
furlough, 90.

Fitch, Rev. James [1], at Saybrook
(1650), 2. 49; Holy Connexion, 9.
435 ; Explanation of Solemn Advice,
457; Brief Discource, 457; First
Principles, 17. 57.

Fitch, James [2], deed of Conn, land
(1686), 5. 294; complaints against
(1698), 296, 297.

Fitch, John, captured by Indians
(1748), 6. 432; and name Fitch-
burg, 432.

Fitch, John [b. 1743], map of North-
west (1785), 7. 364-366.

Fitch, Lemuel, killed at Wyoming
(1778), 3. 345.

Fitch, Martha [Mrs. Allen, Mrs.
Brattle], 9. 11.

Fitch, Samuel, member of Fire Club,

10. 38; in Boston society, 39; ad-
dresses to Hutchinson and Gage
(1774), 14. 50 n., 51 n.

Fitch, Sherburn, house damaged by
shells (1776), 10. 94.

Fitch, Stephen, at Am. camp (1775),
9. 79, 81.

Fitch, Thomas, tomb, 12. 233 n. ; and
Council's assumption of control
(1715), 15. 345; subscribes to
Merchants' Notes (1733), 17.
207.



Fitch, Timothy, in Boston society,
10. 33; on com. on Massacre, 74;
leaves Boston (1775), 92.

Fitch, Zechariah, and Shays 's Rebel-
lion, 1. 301; com. on grievances
(1786), 301; minuteman, 12. 104.

Fitchburg, in 1776, 6. 80; origin of
name, 432.

Fitz, Ann J. [Mrs. Crocker], 19. 564.

Fitz, Gerusha [Mrs. Eastman], 15.
280.

Fitzgerald, James, at siege of Boston,
9. 57.

Fitzgerald, John F., presents M.H.S.
petition in Congress, 11. 210.

Fitzherbert, Alleyne, and North-
eastern boundary, 3. 89; Vaughan
on, 17. 413.

Fitzhugh, Augustine, and Southake's
map of Boston Harbor, 2. 479.

Fitzmaurice. See also Petty-
Fitzmaurice.

Fitzmaurice, Edmond, baron, biog.
of Earl Granville, 20. 454, 460-
463.

Fitzpatrick, Edmund, loyalist ref-
ugee, 2. 234.

Fitzpatrick, John B., and Sears's
Liturgy, 2. 420.

Fitzpen, George. See Phippen.

Fitzsimmons, Christopher, letter in-
troducing, 20. 324.

Fitzwilliam, N. H. (1776), 6. 80.

Five Forks, battle, 20. 96.

Flag, Washington and origin of
U. S., 1. 28-29; Bedford, 2. 165 -
167, 199-200; customary use by
M.H.S., 8. 280; colon. Mass. and
national emblem, 13. 297, 327 n. ;
captured French standard (1756),
14. 255.

Flagg, — ^, of S. C. (1789), 16. 460.

Flaville, , Haitian planter, 2.

372 n.

Fleet, John, medical degree, 16. 439;
biog. note, 439 n.

Fleet, Thomas, prints attack on
Council (1715), 15. 350.

Fleetwood, Charles Richard, sep-
tarchy (1659), 7. 363.

Fleming, Alexander, exile in Amster-



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