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Lexington, 76-77, 103-105; diary
of Amos Farnsworth (1775-79),
78-102 ; letter on conditions (1706),
197-198; removal to, of Chelms-
ford men (1662), 320, 331-335;
and Merrimack County (1686), 13.
255; church controversy (1712),
298-302.

Groton, Vt., origin of name, 6. 21.

Groton Hall, L. I., papers concerning
manor of, 5. 305-306.

Grotto of Cumsean Sibyl, G. E. Ellis
on, 10. 232.

Grouchy, Emmanuel, and Waterloo,
19. 346.

Ground Squirrel Bridge, Va. (1781),
6. 139.

Ground Squirrel Meeting House, Va.
(1781), 6. 139.

Grout, Sir Jenkin, character invented
by Emerson, 14. 146.

Grout, William, captured (1758), 6.
33.

Grove, Rev. Henry, death, 9. 361.

Grove, William Barry, 2. 22.

Grundmann, Otto, port, of Geo.
Dexter, 4. 54.

Grundy, George B., on Persian War,
17. 385 n.

Gual, Pedro, as official, 20. 386.

Guale, harbor of, Menendez on, 8.
463.

Guardner. See also Gardner.

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

Guatemala, Wm. Duane on archae-
ology (1824), 20. 380.

Gucht, G. v., engra,ving of Saml.
Willard, 4. 109.

Guercheville, Antoinette, marquise
de, and Argall's raid, 1. 188, 191,
192.



GUSSEFELD-HAITI



187



Giissefeld, Franz Ludwig, map
(1784) and Northeastern boundary,
3. 366.

Guice, Shepherd, of Ga., 20. 517.

Guide to Heaven (1689), 17. 35.

Guilbert, , of Conn., death at

siege of Boston, 7. 408.

Guild. See also Gild.

Guild, , of Boston (1788), 16.

435.

Guild, Benjamin, Bowdoin on (1780),
8. 290.

Guild, Charles E., Commencement
spread (1846), 5. 251.

Guild, Henry, gift to M.H.S., 9. 27.

Guild, Reuben A., on early history of
Roger Williams, 3. 253.

Guilford, Earl of. See North (Fred-
erick).

Guilford, Conn., Maverick on (1660),
1.244; inl650, 2. 49; settlement,
16. 492; civil and relig. polity,
493-496; decline, 497-498; and
proposed removal to West Indies,
499.

Guilford Court House, battle, 19.
125, 127.

Guillaume, Eugene, at Congress of
Hist. Sciences (1903), 17. 246.

Guillim, John, eds. of Display of
Heraldry, 2. 249; on exploded
coats of arms, 249-257.

Guinea Company, and Barbadoes
trade (1664), 4. 280.

Gullock, Thomas, and pirates (1699),
5. 298.

Gunboats, Jefferson's, Jon. Mason on,
2. 12:

Gunn, Elisha, visit to Tuscarora In-
dians (1762), 7. 390-395.

Gunpowder, scarcity at siege of Bos-
ton, 1. 20.

Gunpowder Plot, celebration at
Crown Point (1760), 4. 405, 5. 388;
subscription to celebrate, in Am.
' army (1775), 9. 50.

Gunston, , collection of tobacco

pipes, 4. 219.

Gunther, Charles F., memorial on
Constitution, 18. 332.

Gurnet, The, Mass., 3. 411.

Gurney, Thomas, shorthand system,
16. 475.

Guston, Lemuel, signs Wyoming
capitulation (1778), 3. 342.

Guthrie, James, as lawyer in Louis-
ville, 7. 289.

Guthrie, William, report of debates
in Parliament, 2. 162.

Gutteridge. See Goodrich (Benj.).



Guyau, Marie J., on extermination of
low races, 17. 11.

Guyon, Madame, hymn, 17. 134.

Guyse, Rev. John, corresp. with Col-
man, 9. 348; and Jon. Edwards's
Narrative, 353, 360, 362, 364 ; Para-
phrase, 358, 363 ; and Coward Be-
quest, 381, 386.

Gwin, Capt. Thomas, in Phips's Que-
bec expedition, 15. 289, 306.

Gwinnett, Button, Signer, 1. 282;
grave, 8. 174.



H



H., A., exile in Amsterdam, 6. 49.

Habeas corpus, Wm. Rous's case, 8.
231-235; writ suspended in legis-
lative commitments, 232-234; act
of 1679 not extended to colonies,
233-234.

Habermann, Frangois Xavier, doubt-
ful "Views in Boston," 8. 497-499;
engravings of other Am. scenes, 9.
169.

Hackett, Frank W., acknowledg-
ment to, 4. 251 n.; and preserva-
tion of Constitution, 18. 331.

Hackett, Capt. Simon, in Parliament-
ary army, 13. 46.

Hadley, Mass., regicides in, 9. 441;
question of free school (1686), 13.
272, 282; Indian attack (1677),
405.

Haeckel, Ernst H., on soul, 20. 449.

Haffield. See Hasfield.

Haggardsin, Joseph, of Tenn., 20.
514.

Hagget, Moses, killed (1758), 6. 33.

Hague, James D., and Am. colony at
Gottingen, 12. 366.

Hague, The, G. E. Ellis on, 10. 221.

Hailes, Harris W., in N. Brun., 3. 70;
at funeral of Edw. Winslow, 93.

Haill, Nicholas, milit. watch (1689),
1. 162.

Haines. See also Haynes.

Haines, A. M., on Gen. Haynes, 3.
160.

Haines, Deacon John, of Sudbury, ^nd
Worcester affairs (1686), 13. 247,
251.

Haines, Joseph, preface to Fitch's
election sermon, 9. 435.

Haines, Samuel, on wreck of Angel
Gabriel, 17. 82; career, 83.

Hair, objections to long, in colon.
N. Eng., 9. 98, 99, 19. 172.

Haiti. See Santo Domingo.



188



HAKLUYT-HALE



Hakluyt, Richard, Woods-Deane ed.
of ]Vesterne Planting, 7. 75; on
Cartier's voyages and Northwest
Passage, 309; St. Lawrence region
on maps, 311-312; and Cabot's
discovery, 11. 162-163, 168.

Halderman, Jolin A., gift to M.H.S.,
1. 32.

Haldimand, Sir Frederick, to remain
in Canada (1784), 3. 80.

Haldimand Papers, on spurious
Montcalm letters, 3. 204; publi-
cation, 4. 308.

Hale. See also Hailes, Haill, Heale.

Hale, Betsey (Holden), 4. 385.

Hale, David, 4. 385.

Hale, Edward Everett [ Com^nwrnca-
tions follow], list of publications
(1886-1906), 2. 392, 3. 280, 4. 106,
6. 404, 7. 369, 8, 185, 14. 128, 16.
129, 17. 213, 18. 269, 20. 208; on
com. on index to for. docs, of Am.
Rev., 3. 159; report, 178; Com-
mencement part, 5. 227; Master's
oration, 236; Lowell Institute
lecture, 6. 208; (/>£ A' prayer (1847),
9. 142; remarks, 10. 552, 11. 187,
12. 311, 14. 360. 15. 239, 323, 364,
16. 534, 17. 35, 18. 59, 333, 19. 408;
and return of Bradford MS., 15.
80; M.H.S. com. on 80th birth-
day, 493; on com. on preserva-
tion of Constitution. 493; gift to
M.H.S.,17. 230; on com. on Adams
Memorial, 18. 1, 192; and Emanci-
pation Concert, 20. 248.

Communications: on Peter
Thacher, 1. 359; on Drake's land-
fall in Calif., 3. 260; on Ojibway
dialect. 6. 259; on Boston and Mo.
Compromise, 7. 119; on tercen-
tenary of discovery of Am., 8. 29;
on G. E. Ellis, 9. 257-262; letter
on B. M. Watson, 10. 469; Memoir
OF B. M. Watson, 12. 253-258; on
Saml. Eliot, 314-317; on an Eng.
Bunker's Hill, 423 ; letter on Shays's
Rebellion traditions, 15. 371-373;
on Christ Church and Revere's
ride, 17. 208; on failure of Con-
stitutinn appropriation, 18. 331,
334-335 ; on MS. Dept. of Library
of Congress, 335-340; on E. W.
Donald, 384; on W. A. Field, 19.
82; on Capt. Amundsen, 20. 438.

Hale, Ellen (Sever |Tebbets), 12.498.

Hale, Col. Enoch, in Saratoga cam-
paign, 3. 106, 107.

Hale, George Silsbee, on Nominat-
ing Com. (1884), 1. 77; report, 180;



remarks, 192, 2. 88, 131, 6. 65, 7.
421, 425, 8. 519, 10. 490; on
Maiden's Instructions on Independ-
ence, 1. 335-339; on F. E. Parker,
2. 212-216; communicates unpub.
letters, 3. 275-276; elected to
M.H.S. Council (1888, '89), 4. 119,
366; on com. on Cabinet (1889),
367; on P. W. Chandler. 382; on
term Spanish Main, 5. 110-114; re-
printed M. H. S. paper, 6. 235; gifts
to M. H. S., 8. 197, 235, 9. 28, 11.
226, 334 ; presents gift from Cooke
family, 8. 254; on Harvard "Col-
lege" or "University," 254-264; on
Francis Parkman, 362-365; on
G. E. Ellis, 9. 262-267; on Ellis
Bequest, 10. 5, 6; on Succinct Gen-
ealogy of Hozise of Greene, 472;
publication (1897), 11. 317;
M.H.S. tribute to, 12. 9; and
Radchffe, 10; in M.H.S., 61, 500;
Memoir by A. B. Ellis, 483-500;
PORT, and AUTOG., 483; birth and
ancestry, 484-485 ; education, 486 ;
friendships, 487; doubt as to
career, 487 ; as teacher, 487-488 ; in
Eurqpe,_ 488; as lawyer, 488-491;
public life, 489; and pay of negro
soldiers, 489; politics, 490; and
woman suffrage, 490; philanthropic
work, 491; addresses, 492, 494;
at international conference of
charities (1889), 492-493; societies,
493; honorary degree, 494; and
Phillips Exeter, 494 ; literary work,
494-496, 498; and charity laws,
496 ; character, 496-499 ; marriage,
498; children, 499; summer home,
499; death, 500.

Hale, Henry (or Moses), disciplined
at college (1731), 5. 404.

Hale, Horatio,' elected a corresp.
member M.H.S., 2. 225; accepts,
258; death announced, 11. 221.

Hale, Rev. John, death, 1. 154; es-
cape from lightning (1689), 7. 148;
in Phips's Quebec expedition, 15.
299.

Hale, John P., as member of Naval
Com., 16. 467 ; as Minister to Spain,
471, 20. 189.

Hale, Jonathan, non-consumption
agreement (1786), 8. 497.

Hale, Nathan, Washington Monu-
ment appeal, 2. 143; subscription
for M.H.S. building, 3. 291; edits
Prince's Annals, 6. 215: subscrip-
tion to Boston dinner (1830), 342;
in Mass. Conven. (1853), 18. 34.



HALE-HALLECK



189



Hale, Roger, lawsuit on sugar duty,
10. 61.

Hale, Salma, letters to A. Livermore

and from Jefferson, 3. 275; G. S.

Hale on, 12. 484.
Hale, Capt. Samuel, killed at Louis-
burg (1745), 11. 428.
Hale, Sarah J. (Buell), 5. 235.
Hale, Sarah K. (King), character, 12.

484-485.
Hale, Thomas, Sr., loyal petition

(1666), 6. 471.
Hale, William, Unitarian, 3. 164.
Hale, William G., Commencement

part (1842), 5. 235; biog. note,

235 w.
Hales, , of Isle of Wight (1695),

2. 183.
Hales, John, exile in Amsterdam, 6.

53.
Hales, Robert, clerk of chancery

(1654), 13. 19.
Haley. See Halie, Hawley, Healy.
Half Moon, N. Y., troops at (1760),

4. 389, 390.
Half-Way Brook fight (1758), 6. 22,

32-33.
Haliburton, James D., 4. 415.

Halie, , exile in Amsterdam, 6. 53.

Halifax, Mass., loyalist refugees, 2.

234.
Halifax, N. S., in 1776, 2. 300; post

with Quebec (1787), 3. 75-76;

Hessians at (1782), 4. 6-7; aspect,

7; fortifications, 8; and Indians,

8; Congreg. Church (1770), 70; as

refuge for loyalists (1775), 10. 413,

415-416; life of loyalists, 457-459 ;

Cabot quater-centenary, 12. 2-8;

strategic importance (1807), 20. 302.
Halifax, Fort, on Kennebec, 2. 278.
Halifax Gazette, unique set and re-
prints, 8. 55.
Hall. See also Hull.

Hall, , sea-captain (1693), 7. 165.

Hall, , of Md., in Am. army

(1775), 8. 60.
Hall, , sea-captain (1829), 19.

441.
Hall, Adam [3], loyalist refugee, 2.

234.
Hall, Alfred B., broker, 4. 34.
Hall, Rev. Arthur C. A., on Nicholas

Hoppin, 3. 303.
Hall, Atherton, non-consumption

agreement (1786), 8. 497.
Hall, Caroline [Mrs. Parkman], 8. 521.
Hall, David, and Franklin, 16. 198,

201.
Hall, Dudley, ports, owned by, 2. 197.



Hall, Edward B., Harvard D.D.
(1848), 5. 255.

Hall, Edward Henry, and Harvard
students, 5. 415; elected a mem-
ber M.H.S., 13. 310; on Library
Com. (1900), 14. 1; report, 145;
Memoir ofC. F. Dunbar, 218-228;
represents M.H.S., 15. 493, 20.
534 ; remarks, 18. 60.

Hall, Franklin, Commencement part
(1841), 5. 232; biog. note, 232 n.

Hall, George Holmes, medical degree,
16. 439; biog. note, 439 n.; ex-
hibition part (1780), 18. 222.

Hall, Granville Stanley, elected a
member M.H.S., 10. 454; accepts,
468; remarks, 11. 385, 15. 323, 17.
449, 18. 471; list of pubHcations
(1900-04), 15. 29, 18. 269; Civ-
ilization AND SAVAGERY, 17. 4-13;

Study of negro, 19. 95-107;
Memoir of G. F. Hoar, 258-267;
on Stephen Salisbury, 419-421.

Hall, Hubert, elected a corresp. mem-
ber M.H.S., 19. 409.

Hall, Hugh, director of Merchants'
Notes scheme (1733), 17. 196, 205,
207.

Hall, Jacob, works on Boston de-
fences (1814), 14. 151.

Hall, Capt. James, brings tea to Bos-
ton, 10. 81, 82.

Hall, John, engraving by, 16. 140.

Hall, John E., legal publication, 14.
330 n.

Hall, Joseph, of Marslifield, loyalist
refugee, 2. 234.

Hall, Joseph, purchases confiscated
Boston estate, 10. 166.

Hall, Judith (Quincy), Sewall's epi-
taph, 17. 44.

Hall, Luke, loyalist refugee, 2. 234.

Hall, Lyman, Signer, 1. 282.

Hall, Lieut. Moses, at siege of Boston,
9. 52 67.

Hall, Robert, Harvard D.D., 5. 186.

Hall, Samuel, shipwright, 7. 321.

Hall, Samuel C, Pres. of Novioma-
gians, 7. 63.

Hall, Thomas, gift to M.H.S., 3. 294.

Hall, Thomas, collection of coins, 20.
421.

Hallam, Henry, as party writer, 3.
155, 159; ignores last royal veto,
5. 158; Harvard LL.D. (1848), 255.

Hallam, John, summons to (1700),
5. 299.

Halleck, Henry W., attitude towards
Charleston, 15. 268; and Butler, 19.
353.



190



HALLET-HAMMATT



Hallet, Anna, Pilgrim at Leyden, 17.

178.
Hallett, Benjamin F., in Mass. Con-

ven. (1853), 18. 35, 37.
Hallett, Elizabeth (Fones| Winthrop]

Feke), marriages and character, 6.

2-4; letters to John Winthrop, Jr.

(1630, '-49-52), 4, 10-13; Lyon's

complaints against, 5-7; process

against, 7, 10; return to New Neth.,

10; not Mrs. Underhill, 13 ?i.
Hallett, George, subscription for

M.H.S. building, 3. 291.
Hallett, Samuel, 6. 13.
Hallett, William [1], marriage to

Mrs. Feke, 6. 3, 5-7; and John

Winthrop, Jr., 9, 10; in New Neth.,

letter to Winthrop (1650), 11-13;

later career, divorce, 13.
Hallett, William [2], 6. 13.
Halloway, Anthony, of Brookfield,

7. 385.
Hallowell, Benjamin [1], subscribes

to Merchants' Notes (1733), 17. 208.
Hallowell, Benjamin [2], absentee

loyalist, 10. 164; confiscated estate,

172, 174.
Hallowell, Benjamin, deserts (1760),

5 383
Halioweil, Jacob, killed (1760), 5. 360.
Hallowell, Robert, in Boston society,

10. 77; attack on (1773), 79; takes

refuge in Boston (1774), 88; ab-
sentee loyalist, 164.
Hallowell, Sarah [Mrs. Vaughan], 17.

407.
Hall's Tavern, Pembroke, 10. 47.
Halpin, Frederick, engraving of Saml.

Osgood, 3. 283.
Halstead, Robert, genealogy pub. by,

10. 472.
Halton, Joane, exile in Amsterdam,

6. 53.
Halton, Samuel, exile in Amsterdam,

6. 53.
Hamant, Capt. Timothy, in campaign

of 1760, 4. 389.
Hambleton, Michael, Boston estate,

1. 314, 318.
Hamblett. See Hamlin.
Hamilton. See also Hambleton.
Hamilton, Colonel, absentee loyalist,

10. 164.
Hamilton, Mrs. Abby, letter to Sarah

Bache (1792) on Mrs. Knox's

costume, 11. 197.
Hamilton, Alexander, bust, 2. 258;
port., 6. 416; anecdote, 7. 271;
Higginson on (1784), 8. 176-178;
Va. Republicans and financial



reports, 15. 122 7i., 138^143; integ-
rity doubted, 147; Camillus papers,
148; anxiety as to success of con-
stitution, 16. 173; Talleyrand's
opinion, 470; and divided sov-
ereignty, 17. 104; and ratification
of Constitution, 475; Federalist,
493, 500, 508; Anna C. Lowell
on, 18. 308; notes on Fed. Couven.,
348-362.

Hamilton, Mrs. Amos, of Brookfield,
7. 385.

Hamilton, Andrew [3], at Philadelphia
Academy, 7. 341.

Hamilton, Anne (Hamilton), duchess
of, petition (1697), 5. 296.

Hamilton, Ezekiel, death at Wyoming,
3. 346.

Hamilton, Lieut.-Gov. Henry, surren-
der of Vincennes, 3. 129.

Hamilton, Lieut.-Gov. James, estate,
7. 342.

Hamilton, Paul, and Jon. Mason,

2. 26.

Hamilton, Robert, non-consumption

agreement (1786), 8. 497.
Hamilton, Stanislaus M., letter (1884)

on MS. Journals on Independence,

1. 287 n.
Hamilton, William Douglas, 4ih duke

of, opinion on claim of (1697),

5. 296.
Hamilton, William, at Philadelphia

Academy, 7. 341.
Hamilton I3ank, Boston, banknote

plates, 20. 438.
Hamlet. >See Hamlin.
Hamblin. See Hamlin.
Hamlin, Anna (Light), exile in

Amsterdam (1609), 6. 53.
Hamlin, Augustus C, and Menana in-
scription, 4. 55.
Hamlin, Edward, exile in Amsterdam

(1612), 6. 53.
Hamlin, Capt. ( ?) Eleazer, at siege of

Boston, 9. 89.
Hamlin, Elizabeth (Smyth), exile in

Amsterdam (1612), 6. 53.
Hamlin, Ezekiel, of Charlestown,

7. 170.
Hamhn (Hamblett, Hambhn), Giles,

3. 196; and Natl. Sylvester, 4.
271-273; loss feared, 276.

Hamlin, Ralph, exile in Amsterdam

(1609), 6. 53.
Hammatt, , at Boston dinner

(1776), 10. 103.
Hammatt, Abraham [1], guest of

Old Colony Club, 3. 397, 409, 412,

415; biog. note, 415 n.



HAMMATT-HANCOCK



191



Hammatt, Abraham [2], guest of Old
Colony Club, 3. 398, 409, 410, 413,
430; biog. note, 415 n.

Hammatt, Mrs. Abraham (Rowland),

3. 415 n.

Hammatt, Priscilla (Le Baron), 3.

415 ».
Hammatt, W. J., works on Boston

defences (1814), 14. 152. ^
Hammatt, William, of Nantucket,

4. 130.

Hammell, , of Cherry Valley, 2.

447; wounded by Indians, 449.
Hammett, William, bill of sale of

slave, 20. 520.
Hammond, , at Morrisania

(1804), 2. 8.
Hammond, Abigail, ill (1688), 7. 145;

birth, 151; marries Greenough,

151; marries Whippo, 160.
Hammond, Abigail (Collins | Willet),

marriage and death, 7. 150.
Hammond, Mrs. Anne, marriage, 7.

150.
Hammond, Asa, Boston estate, 1.

324.
Hammond, Audria (Eaton), marriage

and death, 7. 150.
Hammond, Rev. Charles, 3. 263.
Hammond, Dorothy, exile in Amster-
dam, 6. 53 ; Pilgrim at Leyden, 17.

178.
Hammond, Edmund, baron, at Con-
stantinople, 19. 502.
Hammond, Capt. (?) Edward, at siege

of Boston, 9. 61.
Hammond, Elizabeth [Mrs. Peirson],
■ 7. 151, 160; ill (1688), 145.
Hammond, Francis, ill, 7. 145; goes

to sea, 146; death (1688), 150.
Hammond, Francis, death (1689), 7.

151.
Hammond, G., works on Boston

defences (1814), 14. 152.
Hammond, James H., on impossibility

of blockade, 19. 327 n. ; on King

Cotton, 328.
Hammond, Jane, 7. 151.
Hammond, John, of Charleston, 7. 151.
Hammond, Lieut. John, of Water-
town, milit. escort by (1694), 4. 79.
Hammond, Jonathan, marshal (1686),

13. 257.
Hammond, Joseph, candidacy (1698),

12. 284.
Hammond, Mrs. Joseph, of Newport

(1760), 7. 345.
Hammond, Lawrence [1], earlier

references to diary, 4. 300 n., 7. 144 ;

diary (1688-94), 144-168, 13. 411;



career, 7. 145; on overthrow of
Andros, 149; account of family,
150-151 ; clerk of writs (1690), 152;
on Phips's expeditions, 154-156;
on the restored govt., 155-157; on
Boston fires, 155, 165, 13. 411; on
flood in Conn., 7. 160; on reception
of Phips as Gov., 161; on election
to first provin. Assembly, 161-162;
moves to Boston, 163; necrology

• (1677-78), 168-171; medical re-
ceipts, 171-172 ; on com. to procure
artillery (1673), 11. 184; on com.
on war expenses (1676), 12. 402; to
examine Danforth's accts., 13. 260.

Hammond, Lawrence [2], 7. 151.

Hammond, Mrs. Margaret, 7. 150.

Hammond, Martha, 7. 151.

Hammond house, 14. 291.

Hamor, Ralph, extant copy of True
Discourse, 12. 160.

Hampshire, Mass., Conn, aid (1693),

5. 295; county officers (1686), 13.
243; orders on court (1686), 245,
271.

Hampton, Mrs., of Isle of Wight
(1700), 2. 192.

Hampton, Wade [1], in War of 1812,
20. 365, 372.

Hampton, Wade [2], engraving, 8.
196; and burning of Columbia, 15.
265-270.

Hampton, Mass., and Harvard Hall
(1677), 9. 101.

Hampton, N. H., Maverick's account
(1660), 1. 234; in 1650, 2. 48.

Hampton Court Conference, con-
sidered, 3. 156, 157.

Hampton Falls, N. H., Saml. Langdon
as pastor, 18. 212.

Hanbury, Capel, letter on Declara-
tory Act (1766), 11. 446.

Hanbury, William, of Plymouth, 7.
134.

Hanchett, Oliver, in Quebec expedi-
tion (1775), 2. 269, 275, 281; in
assault on Quebec, 292; captured,
295; in irons, 298.

Hancock, Dorothy (Quincy), record of
marriage, 6. 396.

Hancock, Ebenezer, characterized,
12. 140.

Hancock, John, exile in Amsterdam,

6. 53.

Hancock, Capt. John, 3. 300.

Hancock, Rev. John [1], ordained, 1.
153; and Groton church contro-
versy (1712), 13. 299-301.

Hancock, Rev. John [2], admitted to
First Church of Cambridge, 5. 406;



192



HANCOCK-HARDENBURGH



record of church discipline, 6. 487-
491; and revivalism, 500; sermon
on Col. Quincy, 9. 362.

Hancock, John [3], Provincial Con-
gress, 1. 194; keeps a carriage, 225;
commands Cadets, 251; tradi-
tional remarks to Chas. Carroll,
211 n.; Signer, 281; painting dedi-
cated to, 2. 156, 18. 296; official
letter announcing Independence,
3. 375; and Ratification, 4. 66; on
Mass. Com. of Corresp., 82 ; journal
of meetings, 85-90 ; record of mar-
riage, 6. 396; and Thaddeus Burr,
396; letter to Bowdoin (1785) on
indignity from Harvard, 8. 63; of-
ficial brief on aid for S. C. (1781),
9. 171; in Boston society, 10. 31,
33, 39; excursion (1772), 46; fire
ward, 54; and repeal of Stamp Act,
62; on com. on non-importation
(1768), 65, 68 j Liberty affair, 67;
celebrates anniversary of Sons of
Liberty, 68; vetoed for Speaker
(1770), 75; boundary commissioner
(1773), 79; and tea question, 80,
81, 478; Boston Massacre oration,
83; and D'Estaing, 105, 106;
characterized, 12. 140; and Boston
Massacre, 14. 48; papers belonging
to, 16. 19; prominent rebel, 92;
reelection (1788), 404; J.Q.Adams
on election (1787), 404 n.-405 n. ;
at Harvard exhibition (1788), 409;
address at Commencement (1788),
440; at Newburyport, 448, 449;
&i 0BK (1788), 450; visits John
Adams, 451; as Harvard Treas-
urer, 18. 204-205; C. W. Peale's
miniature, 395 n. ; Jas. Savage's
opinion, 20. 243; Harvard LL.D.,
492.

Hancock, Susannah [Mrs. Hoppin],
3. 300.

Hancock, Thomas, gift of lunatic
asylum, 10. 60; bookseller, 545;
donation for asylum, 14. 44 n. ;
subscribes to Merchants' Notes
(1733), 17. 207.

Hancock, William, soldier, punished,
2. 451, 454.

Hancock, Winfield S., as milit.
administrator, 11. 220.

Hancock house, relic, 3. 178; en-
graving, 16. 145.

Hand, Gen. Edward, in Sullivan's
expedition, 2. 464, 470.

Handel and Haydn Society, services
ofC. C.Perkins, 3. 227, 234; "His-
tory," 234.



Handfield, Major William, at New-
port (1777), 2. 238; at Halifax,
10. 422, 458, 459.

Handy, Robert, and Woodbridge-
Phillips duel, 18. 239-241.

"Hangman's branch" on Boston
Common, table made from, 8. 282.

Hankerson, Ensign John, in campaign
of 1760, 5. 380.

Hannah, prize case (1750), 5. 96.

Hannah, privateer (1775), 1. 18.

Hannah and Mary, Boston brig
(1694), 12. 244; in Phips's Quebec
expedition, 15. 306.

Hannan, John, chocolate mill, 11. 390.

Hannay, James, as journalist, 18. 7.

Hannay, Samuel, letter on Declara-
tory Act (1766), 11. 446.

Hannes, Dr. Edward, knighted (1705),
8. 213.

Hanneyaye (Onneyayon), Iroquois
town, destroyed, 2. 468; fort at,
470.

Hanotaux, Gabriel, elected a corresp.
member M.H.S., 19. 273.

Hanover, Mass., name as royal me-
morial, 4. 239 n., 242.

Hanover, N. H., name as royal me-
morial, 4. 244.

Hanover, N. J., name as royal me-
morial, 4. 248.

Hanover County, Va., name as royal
memorial, 4. 250.

Hanover Meeting House, Va. (1781),
6. 146.

Hanson, Captain, of Jamaica, guest
of Old Colony Club, 3. 396.

Hanson, Alexander C. [1], and ratifi-
cation of Constitution, 17. 504.

Hanson, Alexander C. [2], mobbed,
19. 375, 383.

Hanson, Wybra [Mrs. Pontus], 17.
179.

Hanwell, Dorothy, exile in Amster-
dam, 6. 53.

Haquountouses, Indian, deed (1659),
5. 289.

Harbert, S., of Ivittery (1691), 19.
292.

Harbor, as name for inland village,
10. 465-467.

Harbor Island, illicit trade (1708), 4.
155.

Harcomb, , of Va. (1766), 19. 110.

Harden, Abraham, killed (1758), 6.
33.

Harden, William, gift to M.H.S., 3.
283.

Hardenburgh, John L., journal of
Sullivan's expedition, 2. 438.



HARDIN-HARRIS



193



Hardin, Col. John, place of defeat,

14. 359.
Harding, Benjamin, killed at Wyo-
ming (1778), 3. 345.
Harding, Chester, ports, of Webster,

2. 261, 262; of John Pickering, 4.

110; of Marshall, 14. 335, 336,

336 n.
Harding, Fisher A., Commencement

part (1833), 5. 211; biog. note,

211 n.
Harding, Rev. Robert, priest at Phila-
delphia (1754), 7. 342.
Harding, Stukely, killed at Wyoming

(1778), 3. 345.
Hardwick, N. J. (1779), 2. 475.
Hardy, Anna [Mrs. Wilkins], 17. 180.
Hardy, John, exile in Amsterdam, 6.

53.
Hardy, Mary, Pilgrim at Leyden, 17.

182.
Hardy, Rev. Samuel, Guide to Heaven,

17. 35.
Hardy, Thomas, of Ipswich, petition

(1637), 3. 199.
Hardy, Thomas, of Brookfield (1762),

7. 389.
Harington, Henry, Nugoe Antiquoe,

11. 69.
Harlakenden, Mary [Mrs. Haynes],

1. 118.

Harley, Robert. See Oxford.
Harleyan mappe-monde, and Cartier's

explorations, 7. 299.
Harlow, Abbie R., gift to M.H.S., 4.

80.
Harlow, Joshua, 4. 78.
Harlow, Robert H., Commencement

part (1841), 5. 232.
Harmar, Charles, in Va. (-1635), 3. 5.
Harmar, Josiah, sent West (1787),

17. 469.

Harmony, merchant ship (1774), 10.

84.
Harnack, Adolf, as Melanchthon's

successor, 11. 266; at Congress of

Hist. Sciences (1903), 17. 246;

elected an honorary member M. H . S. ,

18. 334; and M.H.S. meeting, 417.
Harnden, Samuel, non-consumption

agreement (1786), 8.497.
Harp and Crown, Philadelphia inn,

4. 249.
Harper, , of Cherry Valley, 2.

447.
Harper, Robert G., and Jon. Mason,

2. 16.

Harper's Ferry, design of John
Brown's raid, 1. 183, 219; effect of
raid, 14. 8-13.



Harriet, packet-boat (1770), 16. 224.
Harrington, Abraham, Commence-
ment part (1812) and biog. note,

5. 176 n.

Harrington, Henry F., Commence-
ment part (1834), 5. 213; biog.
note, 213 n.

Harrington, John, 2d baron of, funeral



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