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dam (1631), 6. 54.

Hooker, Rev. Thomas, at Hartford

2. 49; books owned by, 3. 319
and origin of Conn., 5. 270-272
letter to Gov. Winthrop (1637)
on theolog. dissensions, 6. 423-
425; history of second gravestone,
8. 142; Mather's Piscator Evan-
gelicus, 9. 504; and Winthrop-
Dudley quarrel, 16. 277-278; and
Higginson, 483, 485, 488, 492, 497;
literary remains, 497.

Hoole, Mrs., of (?) Chelsea, death
(1760), 5. 384.

Hoole, Thomas, death (1760), 5. 382.

Hoop Scheffer, J. G. de, and Am-
sterdam records, 6. 46.

Hooper, , of Boston (1729), 18.

242.



Hooper, , of Marblehead, brig

(1769), 10. 71.
Hooper, Mrs., of Newburyport, men-
tioned in J. Q. Adams's diary

(1787-88), 16. 350, 366, 383-385,

394-401, 416, 423, 425^28, 443,

445, 452; and suicide of son, 374,

380; struggles, 374.
Hooper, Benjamin, 16. 350; suicide,

374.
Hooper, EHzabeth, 16. 445.
Hooper, Harriet (Bradbury), 16.

392 n.
Hooper, Sergeant John, death (1778),

6. 107.
Hooper, Joseph, 16. 443, 446.
Hooper, Polly [Mrs. Spence], wed-
ding, 10. 37 ; mentioned, 42.
Hooper, Rebecca [Mrs. Jenkins], 16.

380 n.
Hooper, Robert, and excise act

(1765), 10. 61.
Hooper, Robert, Commencement

spread (1765), 10. 42.
Hooper, Sarah [Mrs. Goodman], 17.

174.
Hooper, Stephen, mentioned in J.

Q. Adams's diary (1787-88), 16.

362,376,388,416,448: biog. note,

388 n.
Hooper, Thomas W., mentioned by

J. Q. Adams, 16. 299, 455; wife,

392 ?i.; exhibition part (1788),

409.
Hooper, Rev. William, establishment

of West Church, 9. 358; death,

10. 23; and John Rowe, 24;

funeral, 27; Pelham's mezzotint,

18 238
Hooper, WiUiam, Signer, 1. 282.
Hooper, Mrs. William, distress (1776),

10. 99.
Hope, Colonel, of Eng. (1694), 2. 174,

176.
Hoph, Samuel. See Haugh.
Hopkins, Abigail [Mrs. Field], 19.

63.
Hopkins, Caleb, and tea question,

10.80; characterized, 12. 141.
Hopkins, Charles, killed (1691), 7.

157.
Hopkins, Gov. Edward, 8. 8; and

Hadley school, 13. 282; Indian

mission (1638), 16. 491.
Hopkins, Rev. Edward, and Edwards

MSS., 15. 3.
Hopkins, Esek, captures New Pro-\a-

dence, 13. 16.
Hopkins, Hannah, disciplined by

church (1678), 6. 495.



214



HOPKINS-HOUGHTON



Hopkins, James, killed at Wyoming
(1778), 3. 345.

Hopkins, John, accused of embezzle-
ment (1781), 19. 14.3.

Hopkins. Mark, at Harvard Com-
mencements (1837-47), 5.221,233,
253; Harvard D.D. (1841), 233;
on P. A. Chadbourne, 18. 449,
453.

Hopkins, Rev. Samuel, on Indians
(1703), 17. 7.

Hopkins, Rev. Samuel [b. 1721], at
Brown Commencement (1795), 3.
42 ; biog. note, 42 n.

Hopkins, Simeon, killed at Cherry
Valley, 2. 450; body recovered,
452.

Hopkins, Stephen, Signer, 1. 281.

Hopkins, Major Wait, killed by
Indians, 2. 461.

Hopkinsianism, 14. 456; J. Q.
Adams on disinterested benevo-
lence, 16. 354, 390; Saml. Langdon
on, 218.

Hopkinson, Francis, Signer, 1. 228.

Hopkinson, Joseph, Marshall on
judgeship, 14. 338; and Wm.
Duane, 20. 309.

Hopkinson, Thomas, Commencement
part (1830), 5. 203; biog. note,
203?!.; Master's oration (1833),

211,21172.

Hopper. See Hooper.

Hoppin, Abby (Spears), 3. 299.

Hoppin, Abigail (Johnson), 3. 300.

Hoppin, EUzabeth (Parker), 3. 308.

Hoppin, Hannah (Lewis), 3. 299.

Hoppin, Nicholas [1], 3. 299.

Hoppin, Nicholas [2], 3. 299; pri-
vateersman, 300.

Hoppin, Nicholas, death announced,
2. 225, 390; in M.H.S. group
picture (1869), 3. vii; Memoir by
F. E. Oliver, 299-308; birth and
ancestry, 299 ; boyhood traits, 300;
education, 300; in trade, 300;
at Brown, 301; teacher, 301; as
rector at Cambridge, 301-303;
death, 301; as preacher, 303; as
churchman, 303; scholarsliip, 304;
character, 304; love of flowers,
304; in M.H.S., 305; on John
Cotton, 305-306; on Chas.
Chauncy, 306-307; published ser-
mons, 307; other pamphlets, 308;
in Am. Oriental Soc, 308; hon-
orary degree, 308; marriage and
children, 308.

Hoppin, Richard, 3. 299.

Hoppin, Susannah (Hancock), 3. 300.



Hoppin, William, 3. 300.

Horicon, Lake, name for Lake

George, 4. 247 n.
Horne-Tooke, John, and France, 3.

25, 26.
Hornet-Penquin fight, medal com-
memorating, 2. 72.
Horry, Mrs., of Hampton, S. C,

plantation (1804), 2. 24.
Horse racing, order of Mass. Council

on (1677), 12. 403.
Horsfield, Edward, Pilgrim at Ley-
den, 17. 182.
Horsfield, Rosamond [Mrs. Jepson],

17. 174.
Horsford, Eben N., on embankment

atStony Brook, 2. 200; and Priest-
ley's letters, 3. 12; and Sylvester

letters, 4. 270; Harvard A.M.

(1847), 5. 253.
Horsmanden, Daniel, dismissed from

Council, 16. 190.
Hortense, Queen, in Florence (1829),

19. 448.
Horticulture, N. Eng. domestic fruits

(1600), 1. 247; interest of S. G.

Perkins, 2. 306; of J. C. Gray, 4.

23; of Francis Parkman, 8. 538;

fete of Brit, society (1831), 19.

478.
Horton, , sea-captain (1694), '7.

166.
Horton (Hawkton), Capt. Israel, in

campaign of 1760, 4. 408.
Horton, N. S., Presbyterian Church

(1770), 4. 70.
Hoskings & Co., William, bankrupt,

10. 53.
Hosley, Capt. James, company of

minutemen, 12. 103.
Hosmer, Abner, at Concord battle,

10. 191.
Hosmer, Rev. Frederick L., hymns,

17. 139.
Hosmer, Titus, alternate delegate

to Cong. (1776), 3. 373.
Hospitals, Philadelpliia (1812), 19.

374.
Hotels. See Taverns.
Hotty, John, purchases confiscated

Boston estate, 10. 178.
Houdetot, Elizabeth, comtesae d',

and Franklin, 20. 58; and Creve-

coeur, 59, 77; port., 60 n.
Houdon, Jean Antoine, port., 4. 109;

bust of Wasliington, 19. 6, 20.

8-9.
Hough, Atherton, land (1645), 8. 12 n.
Houghton, Henry O., and H. E.

Scudder, 17. 147,



HOUGHTON-HOWE



215



Houghton, John, and Groton church
controversy (1712), 13. 299-301.

Houghton, Richard M. Milnes, 1st
baron, on Adams and Trent affair,
3. 150; at Plymouth, Mass., 10.
444.

Houghton, Robert, letter to Win-
throp (1645) on iron works, 8. 15.

Houghton, Mifflin & Co., services of
H. E. Scudder, 17. 147-152, 157.

Houldsworth, Jonas, letter to Win-
throp (1666), 5. 292.

House. See Howes.

House Committee of M.H.S. (1899),
13. 165; (1905), 19. 273; (1906),
20. 245.

House of Commons, Ladies Gallery
(1830), 19. 459. See also Par-
liament.

House of Representatives, and
Graves-Cilley duel (1838), 12. 288-
292; first apportionment, 15. 139;
of 1832, 206; J. Q. Adams on de-
bates (1789), 16. 462. See also
Congress.

Houses, Southern (1804), 2. 19, 21,
23; Iroquois, 466, 467; of New
Haven (1795), 3. 48; of N. S.
Indians (1782), 4. 11; building
law for Boston (1783-85), 12.
407-409; (1686), 13. 243; Tuck-
ahoe, 14. 205-209; size of Va.
colonial, 210; extant early Mass.
(1900), 286-296. See also Archi-
tecture.

Houston. See also Huston, Hustone.

Houston (Huestin), , of N. Y.

(1779), 2. 477.

Houston, David F., on Calhoun and
strict construction, 17. 1 13 n.

Houston, Felix, appearance, 7. 274.

Houston, Samuel, assault on Stan-
berry, 19. 518.

Houstoun, William, 17. 484.

Hovey, Ivory [1], 3. 402.*^.

Hovey, Rev. Ivory [2], 3. 402 n.

Hovey, James, guest of Old Colony
Club, 3. 401, 414, 433, 435; biog.
note, 402 n.

Hovey, Lydia (Atwood), 3. 402 n.

How. See also Howe.

How, , of Isle of Wight (1698), 2.

190.

How, Reverend, as preacher (1812), 19.
372.

How, Abraham, protest against stu-
dents' long hair (1672), 9. 99.

How, Dearly, church member, 5. 406.

How, John, in Va. county court
(1632), 3. 4; vestryman, 5.



Howard. See also Hayward.
Howard, , academy at Brook-

\dlle, Md. (1829), 5. 462-163.
Howard, Bezaleel, Harvard D.D.

(1824), 5. 192; exhibition part

(1780), 18. 222.
Howard, Elizabeth A. Haryett, as an

"institution," 16. 470.
Howard, George E., on Eng. parish,

7. 243.

Howard, John, Rich. Price on, 17. 377.

Howard, John E., 2. 14.

Howard, Jonathan, Boston estate, 1.
325.

Howard, Joseph Jackson, death an-
nounced, 16. 271.

Howard, Martha [Mrs. Nourse], 18.
292.

Howard, Nathaniel, killed at Wyo-
ming (1778), 3. 345.

Howard, Mrs. Nathaniel (Willard),
death, 7. 169.

Howard, Oliver O., at Chancellors-
ville, 7. 108-110; at Columbia, 15.
266, 272, 273 ; and Simms's library,
277.

Howard, Robert, Boston estate, 1.
325.

Howard, Samuel, purchases con-
fiscated Boston estate, 10. 180;
descendants, 11. 123.

Howard, Rev. Simeon, ordination, 10.
26; Dudleian Lecture (1787), 16.
313 ; biog. note, 313 n. ; Hazlitt on,
17. 335.

Howard, Capt. Thomas, death (1698),
14. 19.

Howard's Tavern, Easton, 10. 47.

Howe. See also How.

Howe, (1787), 16. 336.

Howe, Abner, of Brookfield, 7. 385.

Howe, Abraham, of Marlborough, 4.
300.

Howe, Archibald M., gift to M.H.S.,

8. 291.

Howe, Appleton, Commencement part
(1815) and biog. note, 5. 180, 180 n.

Howe, Col. Cyprian, innkeeper at
Marlborough, 6. 89.

Howe, Edward Compton, purchases
confiscated Boston estate, 10. 174.

Howe, Ephraim, wrecked (1676), 7.
168, 13. 405.

Howe, Dr. (?) Estes, at siege of Bos-
ton, 9. 49.

Howe, Dr. Estes [H. C. 1832], on abode
of John Hull and Saml. Sewall, 1.
312-326.

Howe, George, subscription to Boston
dinner (1830), 6. 342.



216



HOWE-HUBBARD



Howe, Ichabod, of Brookfield, 7. 385,
387.

Howe, Isaac, of Marlborough, 4. 300.

Howe, James B., at class reunion
(1844), 5. 242.

Howe, Jedidiah, of Brookfield, 7. 398.

Howe, Joseph, memorial meeting, 12.
8.

Howe, Lucy, of Brookfield, 7. 398.

Howe, Mark Antony De Wolfe,
elected a member M.H.S., 20. 438.

Howe, Col. Perley, 4. 295.

Howe, Richard, 1st earl, Eden on, 1.
224; Newport campaign, 3. 119.

Howe, Sir WiUiam, at HaUfax, 2. 301 ;
displaced, 3. 15; in Philadelphia,
110-113 ; arrives at Boston, 10. 93 ;
Bunker Hill, 17. 303; and move-
ment for armistice (1777), 20. 61.
See also American Revolution.

Howe, William E., in Europe, 20. 189.

Howell, Da\'id, boundary commis-
sioner (1796), 3. 350, 361, 379.

Howell, James, on relig. freedom in
Amsterdam, 6. 42.

Howell, John, witnesses affidavit
(1664), 5. 306.

Howell, Richard, witnesses deed
(1664), 5. 305, 306.

Howes, Captain, privateersman, prize,
1. 21.

Howes, Frederick, Harvard A. M.
(1838), 5. 225.

Howes, Samuel P., port, of Webster
attributed to, 2. 263.

Howland, Ensign, at siege of Boston,

9. 81.

Howland, Lieutenant, at siege of Bos-
ton, 9. 73.

Howland, Ann T. [Mrs. Winsor], 12.
457.

Howland. Benjamin, innkeeper at
Tiverton, 4. 135.

Howland, Consider, 3. 415 n.

Howland, Hannah [Mrs. Winslow], 3.
414 n.

Howland, Lieut. (?) Jabez, in King
Philip's War, 13. 403.

Howland, Joanna [Mrs. White], 3.
387, 403 n.

Howland, John, immigrant, alleged
facts about, in old Bible, 10. 258-
259.

Howland, John, letter to Pilgrim Soc.
(1845), 10. 400.

Howland, Thomas, 3. 414 n.

Howland, Thomas South worth, inn-
keeper at Plymouth, 3. 383, 400 n.,

10. 47; guest of Old Colony Club,
3. 391, 406, 411, 412; club dines at



inn of, 400, 401, 413, 433, 434;
John Adams on, 409 n.

Rowland's Ferry, R. I., in 1801, 4.
126.

Howlett. See also Howlitt.

Howlett, Susanna (Hudson) [Mrs.
Perkins], 7. 426.

Howley, Rev. Michael F., on Cabot's
landfall, 11. 159.

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

Hoyt, Albert H., on L. R. Paige, 15.
253.

Hubart, Shebuel, of Pepperell, 6.
427.

Hubart, William, recruit (1760), 6.
427.

Hubbard. See also Hobart, Hubart.

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

Hubbard, Mrs. Anne, death (1717),
8. 219.

Hubbard, Barbara [Mrs. Smyth],
exile in Amsterdam (1612), 6. 54.

Hubbard, Bela, as preacher, 2. 7.

Hubbard, Charles J., gift to M.H.S.,
6. 416.

Hubbard, Daniel, vessel of, captured
(1775), 7. 413; in Boston (1775), 9.
55, 60; on com. on address to
Hutchinson (1771), 10. 77; in
Trinity Church vestry, 89.

Hubbard, Mrs. Elizabeth, in Boston
society, 10. 41.

Hubbard, Lieut. Elizur, at siege of
Boston, 9. 64, 69.

Hubbard, John, death (1705), 14. 23.

Hubbard, John, death (1710), 14. 27.

Hubbard, Copi. Jonas, death in prison,
2. 272 ; in Arnold's Quebec expedi-
tion, 275; in assault on Quebec,
292 ; wounded, 294.

Hubbard, Jonathan, commission
(1745), 11. 420; at Louisburg, 434,
444, 445.

Hubbard, Martha (Coit) [Mrs.
Greene], 14. 68 n.

Hubbard, Phineas, in Am. army
(1775), 12. 84, 106; minuteman,
104.

Hubbard, Polly (Barrett) [Mrs. Nut-
ting], 8. 23.

Hubtard, Russell, at Am. camp
(1775), 9. 59.

Hubbard, Samuel, Harvard LL.D.
(1842), 5. 236.

Hubbard, Thomas, note(1717), 8. 220.

Hubbard, Thomas, keeps a carriage
(1768), 1. 225; and probate rec-
ords (1752), 16. 108: subscribes to
Merchants' Notes (1733), 17. 208.



HUBBARD-HULL



217



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

Hubbard, Tuthill, in Boston society,
10. 33; excursion (1772), 46; in
Boston after evacuation, 97.

Hubbard, William [1], relatives in
Eng., 1. 137; petition (1637), 3.
199.

Hubbard, Rev. William [2], map of
N. Eng., FACSiMS., 4. 13-21, 199-
206, 6. 40; Narrative of the troubles,
data as to eds., errata, extant copies,
price, 4. 14, 17-18, 19 n., 199, 205-
206, 9. 440-441, 10. 349-351; visit
to Eng., 4. 18; on population of
Groton (1676), 137; MS. General
History of N. Eng., 300 n.; Chas.
Deane on, 7. 71; missing parts of
General History recovered, 8. 480-
481 ; Happiness of a People, 9. 438;
Benefit of W ell-Ordered Conversa-
tion, 460; sermon on Danl. Deni-
son, 461; attestation in Quick's
Young Mans Claim, 528; and ad-
vice of clergy (1685), 13. 333; con-
servatism, 16. 515; preface to
Mather's Cases of Conscience, 17. 40 ;
Testimony to Order of Gospel, 54.

Hubbard, Capt. William, of Norwich,
at Am. camp (1775), 9. 88.

Hubbard's Map of New England.
See Hubbard {Rev. Wm.).

Hubbardton (?) (1776), 6. 87.

Hubbell. See Hobble.

Hubby. See Hobbey, Hobble.

Hubley, Adam, journal of Sullivan's
expedition, 2. 438.

Hudson, Ann (Rider), 4. 29.

Hudson, Charles, Memoir by E. G.
Porter, 4. 28-32; versatility, 28;
birth and ancestry, 28; training,
28; minister, 29; marriages, 29;
legislative services, 29; politics,
29; on circumscribing slavery
(1846), 30; offices, 30; services to
Lexington, 31 ; Lexington, Z\; other
local histories, 31; and town of
Hudson, 31; appearance, 31; rem-
iniscences and lectures, 31; and
centenary of battle of Lexington,
32 ; death, 32 ; societies, 32 ; memo-
rial volume, 32 ; port. , 32 ; reprinted
M.H.S. papers, 6. 236.

Hudson, Charles H., Commencement
part (1846), 5. 249.

Hudson, Henry J., Commencement
spread (1843), 5. 240.

Hudson, Louisa (Williams), 4. 28.

Hudson, Martha B. (Rider), 4. 29.

Hudson, Stephen, 4. 28.



Hudson, Susan, agreement as Win-

throp's creditor, 11. 186.
Hudson, Susanna [Mrs. Hewlett, Mrs.

Perkins], 7. 426.
Hudson, William, Atherton Co., 2.

151, 152.
Hudson, Mass., origin of name, 4. 31.
Hudson, N. Y., in 1812, 19. 368-369.
Hudson River, plan (1755), 5. 417;

compared with Rhine, 10. 224;

winter travel on (1812), 19. 368-

369.
Hudson River Indians, at Fort

Dummer (1724), 6. 365, 369.
Hiibner, Baron Joseph A. von, on

Treaty of Washington, 8. 17.
Huestin. See Houston.
Huger, Misses, of Georgetown, S. C.

(1804), 2. 23.
Huger, Benjamin, Commencement

part (1813) and biog. note, 5. 178 n.
Huggins, , of Head of Elk (1781),

6. 132, 135.
Hughes, Christopher, and Rush (1823),

15. 419.

Hughes, James, criminal case (1789),
19. 180.

Hughes, John, and Franklin, 16. 200,
202, 204, 208, 217, 224; embar-
rassed, 204, 211, 217.

Hughes, Archbishop John, and un-
official mission to Europe (1861),
1. 203, 205, 209, 16. 465.

Hughes, Rev. Lewis, extant copy of
Plaine and True Relation, 12. 161.

Hughes, Samuel, in Boston society,
10. 39.

Huguenots, Baird's Emigration, 2.
65; overthrow in Fla., 8. 416-468
[see Menendez]; in Mass. (1686),
13. 256, 265, 280.

Huidekoper. Anna [Mrs. Clarke], 4.
325.

Huidekoper, Harm J., 4. 325.

Hull ( ? Hall), Lieutenant, mortally
wounded at Lexington, 5. 396.

Hull, Edward, case (1653), 5. 289.

Hull, Hannah [Mrs. Sewall], 1. 313.

Hull, Com. Isaac, Rogers on (1815),
4. 208 ; gift to J. Q. Adams of cane
of wood of Constitution, 11. 198-
199; cruise in Constitution (1812),

16. 182.

Hull, John, land and house in Boston,
1. 313-316; on town committee,
326; acquirement of Cotton Hill
estate, 316, 13. 424; Willard's
funeral sermon on, 9. 457; on
arrival of Davenports (1668), 12.
228.



218



HULL-HUNTER



Hull, Judith (Quincy), 1. 313; divi-
sion of husband's estate, 314.

Hull, Rebecca P. [Mrs. Clarke], 4. 320.

Hull, Robert, Boston estate, 1. 312,
313.

Hull, Rubin, on trade com. (1686), 13.
249.

Hull, Gen. William, 4. 320; Cincin-
nati oration (1788), 16. 435; as
Gov. of Mich., 20. 286-291, 293-
295, 521-524.

Hull, Mass., Maverick's account
(1660), 1. 239; naming of, 19. 274-
276.

Hulton, Henry, in Boston society, 10.
50; attack on (1773), 79; absentee
loyalist, 164; confiscated Boston
estate, 174.

Humane Society of Mass., medal, 4.
350.

Humbert of Italy, assassination, 15.
184, 185.

Hume, Da\ad, and Puritans, 3. 159;
as historian, 13. 86-88; J. _Q.
Adams on history, 16. 445; visit
to, 19. 459.

Hume, Martin A. S., biog. of Philip
XL, 12. 70.

Hume-Campbell, A. See Campbell.

Humphrey. See also Humphreys,
Humphry, Humphrys.

Humphrey, Anna [Mrs. Kemp], 11.
422.

Humphrey, Charles, and vote on
Independence, 1. 275.

Humphrey, Capt. Elihu, at siege of
Boston, 9. 61, 78, 83.

Humphrey, Heman, at Harvard Com-
mencement (1836), 5. 217, 218.

Humphrey, James, 19. 60.

Humphrey, Lieut. Nathaniel, at siege
of Boston, 9. 61.

Humphreys, David, epitaph to Alex.
Scammell, 3. 388; and MS. of Wash-
ington, 5. 3; at Span, court, 18;
Thos. Day on poetry of, 17. 340.

Humphry, John [1], farm at Lynn,
1. 212, 213, 216; grant of Bahamas
(1650), 13. 5; career, 36-40.

Humphry, John [2], career, 13. 40-43.

Humphry, John, killed at Quebec
(1775), 2. 294.

Humphrys, , of Pa. (1793), 3.

16, 26.

Humphrys, Joshua, Wm. Duane on, as
officer (1801), 20. 265.

Humphrys, William, captured at
Quebec, 2. 295.

"Hungry March," identity, 1. 229-
231.



Hunloke, John, Boston estate, 13.

22 n.
Hunnewell, H. Hollis, marriage, 3.

99; and Wellesley, 100.
Hunnewell, James Frothingham,

elected a member M.H.S., 13.

379; gifts to M.H.S., 456, 14.

173, 15. 162, 16. 145, 20. 228; on

Auditing Com. (1900-03, 07), 14.

1, 16. 1, 17. 130, 20. 587; reports,

14. 141, 16. 143, 17. 228; Early

HOUSES NEAR MaSS. BaY, 286-

296; publications (1901-03), 15.
29, 17. 214; remarks on present-
ing view of Boston, 15. 162; Aid
TO GLORY, 16. 181-186; on an
English Bunker's Hill, 17. 1-3,

18. 81-83; remarks, 17. 116, 141,

19. 199, 20. 245; elected to Council
M.H.S. (1903-05), 17. 233, 18.
290, 19. 226; signs memorials on
Constitution, 18. 121, 20. 5; re-
marks on presenting Pelham Club
ports., 18. 238-239; on latest and
earliest town views, 19. 295-296;
on Nominating Com. (1906), 20.
87 ; report, 23 1 ; presents report
of Council (1906), 201-208.

Hunstock, Jonathan, death at Wy-
oming, 3. 346.
Hunt, Major, of (?) Braintree (1701),

1. 155.
Hunt, Sergeant, milit. watch (1690),

1. 163.
Hunt, Abigail [Mrs. Jessop], 17. 178.
Hunt, Capt. (?) Ephraim, in Phips's

Quebec expedition, 15. 289.
Hunt, Rev. Jeremiah, and Colman's

sermons, 9. 342.
Hunt, John, subscribes to Merchants'

Notes (1733), 17. 208.
Hunt, Rev. John, in Boston society,

10. 31.
Hunt, Mrs. Mercy, of Marlborough,

4. 300.
Hunt, Moses, Commencement part

(1811) and biog. note, 5. 176 n.
Hunt, Lie^it. (?) OUver, in army in

Conn. (1779), 6. 125.
Hunt, Ruth (1717), 8. 218.
Hunt, Thomas, death of son (1703),

14. 21.
Hunt, Capt. Thomas, furlough (1778),

6. 106.
Hunt, William M., ports, of Lemuel

Shaw and J. A. Andrew, 16. 265.
Hunter, , of Ga., at Cape Fran-

9ais (1793), 2. 344.
Hunter, Sergeant Adam, escapes from

Indians (1779), 2. 452, 463.



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219



Hunter, Joseph, reprinted M.H.S.
paper, 6. 348; identifies place of
Bradford's birth, 7. 52; and find-
ing of Bradford MS., 54.

Hunter, William, mentioned in
Parker-Franklin corresp., 16. 193,
194, 207, 212-214, 219, 220.

Hunter, Brit, sloop at Quebec (1775),
2. 285, 286.

Hunting, , sea-captain of Charles-
town, wrecked (1702), 14. 21.

Hunting, Mrs. Hannah, of Charles-
town, 7. 146.

Hunting, Rev. Nathanael, ordained,
1. 154; AUTOG.,9. 529.

Hunting, Capt. Samuel, of Charles-
town, 7. 146; selectman, 152; shoots
a man (1677), 169.

Huntington, Captain, in Boston
(17/6), 10. 97.

Huntington, Sergeant, of Conn., at
siege of Boston, 9. 57, 59, 69, 71. _

Huntington, Caleb, appeal for aid
of church, 4. 69.

Huntington, Rev. Daniel, Griswold
controversy, 19. 198.

Huntington, Daniel, port, of R. C.
Winthrop, 2. 118; and S. F. B.
Morse, 11. 284.

Huntington, Lieut. Ebenezer, double
graduation, 7. 356-358; at siege
of Boston, 9. 65, 73-76, 81, 83.

Huntington, Elisha, Washington
Monument appeal, 2. 143.

Huntington, Elizabeth [Mrs. Wol-
cott], 18. 87.

Huntington, Mrs. Faith, suicide and
funeral, 9. 84, 86.

Huntington, Rev. Frederick D., on
Rev. Francis Parkman, 8. 522.

Huntington, Jabez, career, 7. 355;
milit. letters from sons (1775-76),
356-360.

Huntington, Gen. Jedidiah, in Mon-
mouth campaign, 3. 114, 6. 108;
brigade at Danbury (1778), 3. 123;
career, 7. 355; letters on siege of
Boston, 358-360; regt. at siege, 9.
41-91.

Huntington, Deacon (?) Jonathan, of
Norwich, at Am. camp (1775), 9.
73.

Huntington, Lieut. Joshua, career,
7. 356; letters on siege of Boston,
356-358; at siege, 9. 43.

Huntington, Mrs. Joshua, 3. 45.

Huntington, Samuel, autog., 1. 250;
Signer, 281, 3. 374; delegate to
Cong. (1776), 373; Du Simitiere's
port., 4. 142.



Huntington, William, at siege of
Boston, 9. 43.

Huntington, L. I., Maverick on
(1660), 1. 246.

Huntley, Ann (Hayes), exile in Am-
sterdam (1600), 6. 54.

Huntley, John, exile in Amsterdam
(1600), 6. 54.

Huntley, Maria (Hill), exile in Am-
sterdam (1600), 6. 54.

Huntley, Ensign Warren, at siege of
Boston, 9. 75, 83.

Huntley, William, exile in Amster-
dam (1600), 6. 54.

Huntoon, Mrs. D. T. V., gift to
M.H.S., 8. 197.

Huntress, Ohio River steamer (1836),
7. 273.

Huntting, Teunis D., port., 8. 196.

Hunyary. See Honyerry.

Hurd, Francis P., Commencement
part (1839), 5. 226; biog. note,
226. '

Hurd, Isaac, on Rev. Francis Park-
man, 8. 522.

Hurd, Jacob, petition as constable
(1686), 13. 252.

Hurd, John, Boston estate, 1. 312,
316, 318.

Hurlburt, John, death at Wyoming,
3. 346.

Hurlbut, Rufus, Commencement
part (1813) and biog. note, 5. 178 n.

Hurlbut, Thomas, adventure with
Pequots (1636), 12. 205.

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

Hurst. See also Hirst.

Hurst, Gertrude (Bannister), exile
in Amsterdam (1608), 6. 49, 54.

Hurst, Isaac, Pilgrim at Leyden, 17.
182.

Hurst, Jacob, Pilgrim at Leyden, 17.
178.

Hurst, James, exile in Amsterdam
(1608), 6. 54.

Hurst, Mrs. Margaret, Pilgrim at
Leyden, 17. 178.

Hurst, Mary, Pilgrim at Leyden, 17.
182.

Hurst, Silvester, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 182.

Hurst, William, on trade com. (1686),
13. 248.

Husbands, Azariah, grant of Ba-
hamas (1650) 13. 5: career, 43-44.

Huske, Ellis, postmaster at Boston,
16. 51 n.

Huskisson, William, on Navigation
Laws, 19. 549.



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Hussey, Obed, boarding-house keeper
at Nantucket, 4. 128, 130, 132.

Hussey, Sylvanus, subscribes to Mer-
cliants' Notes (1733), 17. 208.

Husted, Robert, Greenwich estate,
6. 19.

Huston, Jolm, commission (1745),
11. 420.

Hustone, Caleb, in campaign of 1760,
4. 389, 390.

Hutcheson, Francis, principles, 17.
316.

Hutchings, Captain, in campaign of
1760, 4. 388, 389, 392, 395.

Hutchins, Enoch, Maine lands, 19.
292.

Hutchins, John, reversal of sentence
against, 1. 92.

Hutchins, Nathaniel, in Arnold's
Quebec expedition, 2. 279, 283;
in assault on Quebec, 291; cap-
tured, 292, 295.

Hutchins, Thomas, and map of
Northwest Territory (1785), 14.
167.

Hutchinson, , of (?) Newport

(1778), 2. 239.

Hutchinson, , of Ireland, at

Newburyport (1788), 16. 379, 381,
387, 389.

Hutchinson, , subscription to

Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342. _

Hutchinson, Anne (Marbury), in N.
Neth. 2. 50; descendants, 3. 207;
history of report of trial, 4. 159-
161; report, 161-191; sources on
trial, 159; doctrinal charges against,
162-163, 180; on being dealt with
publicly, 163-164; mortality of
soul, 164-170; resurrection of
body and community of women,
170-172; question of admonish-
ing, 172-176; admonition, 176-
180; accused of lying, 180, 182-
183, 187; answers to doctrinal
charges, 181-182; answer to
Shepard, 182; doctrine of grace,



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