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183-186; repentance doubted, 184;
self-exaltation, 185, 187; question
of excommunicating for lying,
188-190; excommunicated, 190.

Hutcliinson, Capt. Edward, Atherton
Co., 2. 151, 152; career, 3. 207;
at trial of Anne Hutchinson, 4.
173; admonished, 176; place
where ambushed, 8. 280; Mather
on death, 13. 400.

Hutchinson, Edward [d. 1752],
career, 3. 207; and North Writing
School (1716), 4. 193; director of



Merchants' Notes scheme (1733),
17. 189, 196, 207.

Hutchinson, Eliakim [d. 1717], at
Addington's funeral, 12. 233; at
Webb's funeral, 246; and Council's
assumption of control (1715), 15.
342-351.

Hutchinson, Eliakim [H. C. 1730],
absentee loyalist, 10. 164; confis-
cated Boston estate, 174, 176;
deposition on Canadian expedition
(1747), 12. 46.

Hutchinson, Elisha [d. 1717], and
Port Royal expedition (1707), 1.
159; and reception of Bellomont,
2. 125; and Narragansett Country,
152, 9. 469, 13. 280; ancestry, 3.
207; at Addington's funeral, 12.
233; at Webb's funeral, 246;
books owned by, 401, 17. 67; and
Mass. notes of 1690, 13. 143 ; mili-
tia commission refused to, 250;
and relief for Bahama refugees
(1686), 265, 283; record of war
com. (1690), 334; named for
Council (1691), 14. 217; and
Council's assumption of control
(1715), 15. 343-351; justice of
peace (1708), 16. 523.

Hutchinson, Elisha [H. C. 1762],
wife, 3. 401 ».; and non-importa-
tion, 10. 73; imports tea (1773),
79; absentee loyalist, 164; bid
for Royall house, 16. 285.

Hutchinson, Elizabeth [Mrs. Rob-
bins], 3. 207.

Hutchinson, Foster, at funeral of
Edw. Winslow, 3. 93 ; in Boston
society, 10. 32, 73; judge's salary
question (1774), 83; absentee
loyalist, 164 ; confiscated Boston
estate, 176; judge of probate, 16.
97 n., 112 n., 113; and probate
records during Am. Rev., 98 n.,
113-118.

Hutchinson, George, grant of Ba-
hamas (1650), 13. 5; career, 44.

Hutchinson, H., works on Boston
defences (1814), 14. 151; char-
acterized, 153.

Hutchinson, Hannah [Mrs. Ruck],
11. 123.

Hutchinson, John, grant of Bahamas
(1650), 13. 5; career, 44.

Hutchinson, John, and Gov. Hutcli-
inson's diary, letter to Everett
(1843). 1. 164-16.5.

Hutchinson, I.ydia (Foster), 3. 207.

Hutchinson, Mary (Watson), 3. 401 n.

Hutcliinson, Peter Orlando, on use



HUTCHINSON-IBERVILLE



221



of Gov. Hutchinson's diary, 1. 164;
charges refuted, 164-167; will not
verify extracts, 167 ; house, 7. 18.

Hutchinson, Richard, Warr in A'eu-
Eyigland visibly ended, extant copies,
10. 352.

Hutchinson, Thomas [1], chosen en-
sign (1699), 2. 125; and North
Writing school (1716), 4. 193; and
paper money, 12. 436-441; and
Council's assumption of control
(1715), 15. 343-351; and Mer-
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 200.

Hutchinson, Gov. Thomas [2], on
character of petitioners for watch-
craft relief, 1. 88, 106 n. ; ignorant
of act reversing witchcraft at-
tainders, 96; on witchcraft par-
dons, 106; extracts from diary
obtained and published, 164-168;
keeps a carriage, 225; suppressed
Milton address to, 2. 219, 8. 291;
Diary, 3. 40; on spurious Mont-
calm letters, 202-205; overlooks
Mass. precedent for writs of as-
sistance, 372; on intercolon. Corns,
of Corresp., 4. 82; port., 109;
charge against Saml. Adams of
defalcation, 141; on relic of New
York statue of George III., 296;
liist. method, 5. 265; on sexual
morality in N. Eng., 6. 497; de-
pository of MSS., 7. 18; materials
for last vol. of liistory, 19; Chas.
Deane on, 69; on press censor-
ship in Mass., 8. 272 n., 273 n.;
draft of address to General Court
(1773), 291; importance of diary,
479; Watts on, in London (1741),
9. 337, 382, 386, 393, 396; in
Boston society, 10. 32, 33, 72, 73;
Milton estate, 40; boundary com-
mission (1767), 63; (1773), 79;
and enforcement of non-importa-
tion, 73; and Boston Massacre,
73; election vetoes (1770), 75;
commission as Gov. published, 77;
merchants' address to (1771), 77;
and tea question, 80, 81; departs,
85; absentee loyalist, 164; con-
fiscated Mass. estate, 177, 178;
and Whitefield, 428; and Bradford
MS., 11. 299; search for currency
pamphlet by, 12. 429-450; one
erroneously attributed to, 432-
434; style, 434; and currency
subscription schemes, 439-441;
currency plan (1739), 441; anal-
ysis and identification of pam-
phlet of 1736, 441-450; text



of pamphlet, 450-456; address to
(1774), 14. 48n.-50n.; and John
Cotton, 16. 78-81; on Wm. Cooper,
91; as judge of probate, 107-109,
llln.-112n.; letter to Wm. Bol-
lan (1765) on resistance of Stamp
Act, llln. ; mobbed, Win.;
Lechmere on (1774), 290; and
Merchants' Notes (1733), 17. 200;
papers seized and published (1775),
293, 301, 18. 424; letter to Gideon
Hawley (1773) on Robertson's
queries, Hutchinson Letters, 242;
letters to John Gushing (1765-69)
on public affairs, 20. 535-537.

Hutchinson, Thomas [3], and non-
importation, 10. 73, 79.

Hutchinson, WiUiam, 3. 207.

Hutchinson Letters, Conn, desires
copies, 4. 86; Temple's connection,
11.292; Hutcliinson on, 18. 243.

Hutton, Anna [Mrs. Philips], exile in
Amsterdam (1613), 6. 54.

Hutton, Cuthbert, exile in Amster-
dam (1608), 6. 55.

Hutton, Prudence (?Blass), exile in
Amsterdam (1608), 6. 55.

Huysbertsen, Thomas, exile in Am-
sterdam, 6. 55.

Hyde. See also Hide.

Hyde de Neuville, Jean G., baron,
soiree (1829), 19. 443; and Fla.
negotiations, 20. 388-389.

Hyde Park, Mass., attempt to annex
part of Milton, 3. 212.

Hyer, Miss, Washington boarding-
house keeper (1812), 19. 381.

Hylton, Daniel, 15. 127.

Hymes, Edward, exile in Amsterdam
(1604), 6. 55.

Hymns, Jon. Edwards on singing, 10.
429; in eccl. history, 17. 130-140;
influence, 130-134; "Jesus, lover
of my soul," 131; Luther's hymn,
131-132 ;_ "Coronation," 132;
changes in language, 133; as in-
dicative of personal history, 134-
135 ; reflect characteristics of
period, 135; of liberal movement,
136-140. See also Psalms.

Hynshaw, , (1747), 16. 191.

Hyslop, , (1775), 17. 300.



I., Sh., exile in Amsterdam, 6. 61.
Iberians, migrations, 12. 108.
Iber\ille, Pierre le Moyne d', etching,
8. 197.



222



IBRAHIM-INDIAN HEMP



Ibrahim Pasha,at Acre (1832), 19. 496.

Iceland, Cabot ma-ppe-monde on, 6. 333.

Iddesleigh, \st earl of. See North-
cote {Sir Stafford).

Idzu, Prince uf, and Perry, 2. 260.

Illustrations, Bedford flag, 2. 166;
surviving royal arms of colon,
times, 4. 254-263; Dowse Library,
11. front. ; Fenway Building, 13.
front.; residence of St. Jolm de
CreveccEur, 20. 20; John Adams's
book-plate, 84. See also Auto-
graphs, Fac-similes, Maps, Por-
traits.

lUyrians, migrations, 12. 108.

Immigration, national influence, 4.
369; Scotch, to Boston (1774), 10.
52; Huguenots in Mass. (1686), 13.
256, 265 ; under Confederation, 17.
361. See also Migration, Servants.

Immortality of soul, question in trial
of Anne Hutcliinson, 4. 164-170;
influence of supernormal phenom-
ena, 20. 448-450.

Impeachment, of Pickering, 1. 225;
of Pa. judges, 2. 12; of Chase, 18;
disuse in Eng., 5. 163; of Johnson,
20. 428, 433-434.

Imperialism, as issue, 14. 261-263.

Impressment, royal instructions on,
in provinces, 8. 101 ; at Boston
(1768), 10. 67, 71; (1779), 108;
at Marblehead, 71.

Inauguration Day, April 30 as proper,
4. 305.

Inches, Henderson, 5. 425; in Boston
society, 10. 31, 39; on com. to
instruct representatives (1767, '68),
64, 68; on non-importation (1768),
65; on Liberty affair, 67; on mer-
chants' com. (1770), 76; on com.
on address to Hutchinson (1771),
77 ; conferences on Port Bill, 84, 85 ;
on com. on memorial to Gage (1775),
91 ; at Boston dinner (1776), 103.

Independence, S. Adams and, 1. 164;
paper on date of signing of Declara-
tion, 272-298, 3. 373-376; J.
Adams on date, 1. 272, 275; ques-
tioned by later writers, 273-274;
McKean on vote and signing, 274-
276,291; Adams's contemp. letter
per contra, 276 ; signers not present
on July 4, 276, 3. 374-375; memo-
randa and letter affirming date, 1.
277-278 ; date of first printed copy
with signatures, 279, 283; date of
Jefferson's memoranda, 279; docs,
on proceedings, 281-285, 292; no
existing copy of Declaration signed



July 4, 285, 290 n.; correctness of
Force's Journal, 285-286; copies
authenticated by Pres. and Sec.
only, 286; MS. Journals on sign-
ing, 287 n.-291 n. ; responsibility
for error in printed Journal, 290 n.,
292; motive of error, 291 n., 293;
Lee's resolutions not entered on
Journal, 294; date of authentica-
tion by Pres. and Sec, 295; en-
tries in Journal as they should have
been, 295-296; and in engrossed
copy, 296; significance of July 2,
296; overshadowed by July 4,
297 n. ; — Walden's Instructions,
335-338; engraved Centennial Me-
morial, 2. ,395; army celebrates
anniversary (1778), 3. 117; Conn,
instructs for, 373; signatures of
Conn, delegates, 374-375; news of,
in Corm., 375; Hancock's letter an-
nouncing, 376; question of foiTaal
proclamation in Conn., 376; de-
stioiction of royal memorials, 4.
240n., 244n., 246n.-247n., 251n.,
252-253, 293 ; publication at Marble-
head, 244 n.; at New York, 246 n.,
2\1 n., 293; Dickinson and, 6.68;
medals commemorating Dutch rec-
ognition, 7. 19-22; proclaimed in
Boston, 10. 101 ; desk on which Dec-
laration was written, 12. 271-272;
holiday to commemorate, 15. 510;
anniversaries in Boston,16.100,433-
435; Declaration and Union, 157;
Savage's engraving of Congress vot-
ing, 19. 1-3, 14, 19, 20. 490; rumors
of Brit, recognition, (1782), 19. 152,
165; Dutch recognition, 155.

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

Independent Chronicle, and election
of 1806, 20. 13-14.

Independent Company of Cadets,
formation, 1. 251 ; interest of David
Sears, 2. 412; at centenary of
Washington's iniauguration, 4. 371;
S. K. Lothrop as chaplain, 6. 34;
reviewed (1776), 10. 103.

Index commissioners of Suffolk
County, 14. 97 n.

Indexes, general, of Proceedings. 3.
275, 19. 273, 20. vii; of M.H.S. MSS.,
4. 103-105; of Pickering Papers, 6.
187-190; Stevens Catalogue-Index,
20. 556-559.

India, Cabot mappe-monde on, 6.
335; effect of Brit, rule, 17. 8.

Indian hemp, earlv references to, 6.
35-36.



INDIAN RICE-INGRAHAM



223



Indian rice, and "wheat" of Vinland,
6.36.

Indians. — See also analyzed ref-
erences under tribes and wars by
name. — Legends, 1. 71; attacks
on N. Eng. (1697-1708), 150-152,
157, 160, 14. 27-30; (1690-94)
7. 153, 154, 157, 158, 160, 165, 167
Narragansett War, 1. 229-231
instruction by Mayhew, 243, 2. 48
slaves in Bermuda, 1. 411; kid-
napped by Waymouth, return of
them, 2. 36-38; Brinton's LendpS,
64; and Atherton Co., 150; escape
from (1779), 247; attacks near
CrowTi Point (1779), 461; Clai-
borne's trade, 3. 5; and Am. Rev.,
106, 113, 119, 17. 305, 313; Soc.
for Propagating Gospel among. 3.
168; locality of Lovewell's Fight,
259; photog. of burial urn, 283;
bum woods around Halifax, 4. 8;
character of Nova Scotian (1782),
9-12; conduct when drunk, 9;
dress, 10, 11; canoes, 10; huts, 11;
extent of conversion, 11; names,
156, 373-374, 5. 300, 7. 455, 8. 21,
210-212, 15. 366; Gookin's MS.
Hist, of N . Eng. Indians, 4. 300 n.;
minutes about captives from Mass.
(1746), 5. 115; bequest for educat-
ing (1651), 264; and N. Neth.( 1651),
6. 13; use of stone tomahawks, 37;
Eliot's Bible and Ojibway dialect,
259 ; description in Cabot's mappe-
monde, 333; Fort Dummer (1724-
29), 359-381 [see Dummer, Fort];
conferences at Albany (1724), 369-
370; (1690), 9. 486; sale of Hquor
to, 6. 372, 377-378, 7. 394, 13. 2.52;
alarm and scout for, in Northern
Mass. (1748), 6. 430-432; mission-
ary journey to Tuscaroras (1762),
7. 389-396 ; treatment in Span. -Am.
and Eng.-Am.,_8. 38, 42, 44-47, 52;
royal instructions on conversion,
104; desire to convert, in Mass.
(1632), 209; Parkman's opinion,
549 ; Isaac Watts on missions, 9. 335,
349, 351, 354, 357, 363, 375, 393,
407; Scotch missionary work, 345;
Eliot's books in Indian language,
416, 419, 420, 451, 462, 468, 475, 10.
339-344, 352-354, 12. 385, 389;
Rawson's and Danforth's books in
Indian, 9. 519, 10. 3.57, 358, 17. 46;
.books concerning N. Eng. (1630-
1700), 10._ 327-360; early printed
vocabularies, 335; tracts on early
efforts to convert, 335-339; sale of



arms to, forbidden, 12. 405 ; sold to
service, 13. 250 treaty (1699), 14.
29; Marshall on treatment (1828),
337; war (1792), 15. 137, 139; Ga.
and Creeks, 217 n. ; Mayhew on lan-
guages, 16. 35; Pequot War, 484,
486-487; cession to Conn. (1638),
491; effect on, of white civilization,
17. 7 ; Mather's Epistle in Indian, 63 ;
war in West (1787), 453 455, 469;
affairs of Southwestern (1787), 460;
alleged confederacy, 469; Eliot on
praying, 18. 345; expert study of,
ignored, 19. 107; Clark's attack
(1780), 115; frontier expeditions
(1782), 159, 164; Wm. Duane on
representation, 20. 273.

Industrie, Boston sloop (1692), 12.
284.

Industry, fight with French privateers
(1800), 12. 250-252.

Infant damnation, influence of doc-
trine on confessions of immorality,
6. 493.

Ingalls, Rev. Edmund C, acknowledg-
ment to, 6. 377.

Ingalls, Dr. William, at Plymouth an-
niversary (1845), 10. 395.

Ingersoll, , of (?) Salem, in naval

fight (1799), 9. 283.

Ingersoll, Widow, of Westfield (1760),

4. 388.

Ingersoll, Captain, of the Deane, in

Boston (1778), 10. 106.
Ingersoll, David, addresses to Hutch-
inson and Gage (1774), 14. 50 n.,

51 n.
Ingersoll, Rev. George G., Harvard

D.D. (1845), 5. 248; B K poem

(1841), 9. 133.
Ingersoll, Jared, and Wm. Duane, 20.

266.
Ingersoll, Col. Joseph, in campaign

of 1760, 4. 393, 394, 396, 405, 409,

5. 356, 374; tavern in Boston, 10.
38.

Ingersoll, Capt. (?) Peter, at siege of

Boston, 9. 79.
Ingerston, Captain, in Phips's Quebec

expedition, 15. 306, 311.
Inglis, Rev. Charles, made Bishop of

N. S., 3. 76; on removal of royal

arms, 4. 246 n.
Inglis, Rev. James, 19. 37'6; biog.

note, 376 n. ; as preacher, 378, 380,

381.
Ingraham, Daniel G., private school,

10. 210.
Ingraham, Darius H., at Cabot cele-
bration, 12. 7,



224



INGRAHAM-IRVINE



Ingraham, Joseph, voyage in Colum-
bia (1787), 7. 418 n.

Ingraham, Robert C, gift to M.H.S.,
4. 350.

Inheritance, Winthrop vs. Lechmere,
8. 126.

Inman, EHjah, killed at Wyoming
(1778), 3. 345.

Inman, Elizabeth (Murray | Campbell |
Smith), courtship and marriage, 10.
40.

Inman, George, and Jolin Rowe, 10.
19, 20; in Boston society, 36, 90,
91, 93 ; Commencement spread, 43 ;
in New York (1776-78), 104, 105.

Inman, John, in Boston (1775), 10.
92; leaves (1776), 95.

Inman, Ralph, port., 10. 19 n. ; in
Boston society, 32, 33, 35, 70, 73,
77; courtship of Mrs. Smith, 40;
Cambridge estate and hospitality,
41-44; in Boston during siege,
91, 93; after evacuation, 97, 99,
106; at Boston dinner (1776), 103.

Inman, Sarah, and John Rowe, 10.
19, 76; death, 19 n.

Inman, Susanna [Mrs. Linzee] 10.
19-21.

Innes, Col. James, in Va. campaign
(1781), 19. 1.30.

Innes, Lieut. Thomas, Grape Island
affair (1775), 10. 92.

Inns. See Taverns.

Inoculation for small-pox, 2. 296,
13. 389-392, 19. 426.

Insane, Boston hospital (1765), 14.
44 n. _

Inscriptions. See Runic.

Institutional history, dangers in
search for unity, 5. 266-269, 7.
176, 250; Roman origin of Eng.
institutions, 5. 278 ; continuity, 7.
243-245. See also^ Slavery, Towns,
and other institutions by name.

Insurance, first in Boston, 16. 45,
46 n. ; expectation of life of Har-
vard graduates (1785), 17. 330-
334; plan of Mass. Congregation-
alists (1786), 346-347.

Insurrections, slave. See Santo Do-
mingo.

Interludes, forbidden by Book of
Spoils, 19. 91.

Internal improvements, James River
Canal, 2. 19, 20, 17. 490. 492-494 ;
Santee Canal, 2. 29; in Ohio River
(1836), 7. 287; Washington on
Potomac navigation (1772), 12.
156; Jackson's veto (1832), 14.
350; and tariff controversy (1832),



19. 508-514; J. Q. Adams's advo-
cacy, 515. See also Roads.

International Congress of Historical
Sciences, meeting (1903), 17. 245-
247.

International law. Convention of
Paris (1856), 1. 25-26; capture of
private property at sea, 26-27;
briefs of Brit, prize cases (1736-58),
5. 85-101 ; national law and treaty
obligations, 7. 121. See also
Neutral trade, Privateering.

Introduction to Hist, of Am., supposed
author, 4. 60.

Ipswich, Mass., Maverick's account
(1660), 1. 235; in 1650, 2. 47;
petition on John Winthrop, Jr.
(1637), 3. 197-200; royal arms in,
4. 239; Winthrop Papers concern-
ing (1637-84), 5. 304-305; loyal
petition (1666), 6. 471, 475; and
Harvard Hall (1677), 9. 101; pre-
Rev. tavern, 10. 47; non-observ-
ance of fast (1686), 13. 259; port of
entry (1686), 264; pastor ordained
(1703), 14. 33; Whipple house,
293. See also Agawam.

Ipswich, Brit, war-ship (1751), 5. 97.

Ipswich Historical Society, 11. 1.

Iredell, James, port., 4. 109; on
divided sovereignty, 17. 106 n.

Ireland, Mrs. Grace (1692), 7. 164.

Ireland, John, sea-captain (1692), 7.
164.

Ireland, William, Revere estate, 7.
138.

Ireland, conditions (1655, '60), 3.
194, 196; Am. rehef for (1847), 6.
199; Eng. cruelty, 8. 43 n.; Shel-
boume on conditions (1775), 17.
302.

Irish servants in Conn. (1655), 4. 275.

Iron, works at Lynn, 1. 236, 2. 47;
site of original Braintree works, 8.
12 n. ; manufacture there (1644-47),
13-17.

Iroquois Indians, Van Schaick's
Onondaga expedition, 2. 456;
houses, 466, 467; tombs, 467;
missionary visit to Tuscaroras
(1762), 7. 391-395; and encroach-
ment of settlers (1762). 395. See
also Brant (Joseph), Indians, Sul-
livan's expedition, and tribes by
name.

Irujo. See Yrujo.

Irvine, Callender, 20. 307 ; and com-
missary-generalship (1812), 352.

Irvine, William, captured (1777), 3.
110.



IRVING-JACKSON



225



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

Irving, Washington, ports., 1. 33,
10. 570; Columbus, 2. 160; M.H.S.
tributes to, 429 ; and alleged Sharp-
less ports., 3. 183; Aspinwall's
services to, 7. 35; autog. page of
Columbus, 10. 472; at opening of
Parliament (1831), 19. 478.

Irwin, Theodore, copy of Eliot's Bible
owned by, 10. 342.

Isaac, Tuscarora Indian (1762), 7. 394.

Isle-aux-Noix, capture (1760), 4.
397-399, 5. 368-374; fortifications
demolished, 387; Am. army at
(1776), 10. 498.

Isle of Pines, unlicensed printing of,
in Mass., 11. 247-249.

Isle of Shoals, Maverick's account
(1660), 1. 234; not port of entry
(1686), 13. 252. •

Isle of Wight, governorship in 1695,
2. 172 ; Cutts and the corporations,
177, 182-185, 190; associations
(1695), 179; dragoons for, 180; par-
liamentary elections, 181; Cutts 's
plan to control, 186; to celebrate
return of William III., 187-188.

Israelites. See Jews.

Istlimian transit, Benj. Vaughan on
(1782), 17. 412; Wm. Duane on
canal (1826), 20. 386.

Italian Revolution (1848), age of
polit. leaders, 11. 231.

Italians, migrations, 12. 108, 109.

Italy, travel in (1830), 19. 452, 456.

Itch, case, 1. 121.

Ivers, James, characterized, 12. 140.

Ivers, Thomas, and Molasses Act, 10.
60-61.

Ives & Co., D. P., statue of Webster
owned by, 2. 264.

Izard, Elizabeth C. (Farley ] Bannister
IShippen), dream, 2. 13.

Izard, Gen. George, campaign (1814),
20. 372.

Izard, Ralph, 17. 425, 485; and
Franklin, 19. 118,



J., W., Remembrance of Former Times,

9. 512.
Jablonski, Paul E., Pantheon Egyp-

tiorum, 3. 22.
Jackson, , of Tyringham (1760),

4. 389.
Jackson, Abraham, Commencement

part (1841), 5. 233.



Jackson, Amelia L. [Mrs. Holmes],
11. 51.

Jackson, Andrew, J. Q. Adams on
Fla. expedition, 5. 25; Whig on
(1832), 467; annual message (1836),
7. 283, 286; Archer's opinion, 290;
anecdote, 10. 454-455; strate-
gical situation at New Orleans, 13.
416-422; Marshall on disruption
of Cabinet, 14. 343; attitude of
Va. (1831-34), 344, 350, 352, 359;
Marshall on Nullification Proclama-
tion, 352 ; letter to A. J. Crawford
(1833), 370-372; Webster on bank
veto and Nullification Proclama-
tion, 408-409; Kent on (1834),
418; Everett on, and Nullification,
18. 107; papers, 337, 461-464;
Mrs. Kirkland's opinion, 19. 485;
LL.D. from Harvard, 20. 490-
512; Med. Fac. degree, 503 n.;
"Jackson Copper." 503 n.

Jackson, Anna P., gift to M.H.S. , 20.
590.

Jackson, Benjamin, Naval Officer
(1692), 12. 284.

Jackson, Charles, Commencement
part (1788), 16. 439.

Jackson, Charles [H. C. 1793],
autog., 1. 365; at Harvard Com-
mencements (1814-31), 5. 179. 185,
187, 190, 195, 204, 206; as judge,
476; and change \nOBK constitu-
tion, 15. 205 n.

Jackson, Charles L., gift to M.H.S.,
20. 590.

Jackson, Capt. Ephraim, in campaign
of 1760, 4. 393, 5. 357.

Jackson, Ernest, gift to M.H.S., 20.
590.

Jackson, Francis J., J. Q. Adams on,
10. 380: Jefferson on, 12. 270; Wm.
Duane on proper reception, 20.
322, 323.

Jackson, Hannah (Mrs. Lowell), 18.
313.

Jackson, Hannah (Tracy), biog. note.
16. 368 n.; J. Q. Adams on, 370;
mentioned in Adams's diary, 383.

Jackson, Henrv, family captured by
Indians (c. 1690), 4. 300.

Jackson, Col. Henry, regt. in Phila-
delphia campaign, 6. 107; at Provi-
dence (1777-78), 117, 119, 121; at
Boston dinner (1776), 10. 103; com-
mands Independent Company, 103.

Jackson, John, death at siege of
Boston, 7. 408.

Jackson, John G., and Mich., 20.
290, 293, 325.



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Jackson, Jonathan, subscribes to
Merchants' Notes (1733), 17. 208.

Jackson, Jonathan [H. C. 1761], N. C.
lands, 8. 181, 182; bios, notes, 16.
368 n., 17. 327 n., mentioned in J.
Q. Adams's diary (1788-89), 16.
368, 375, 421, 424, 453; and recep-
tion of Washington (1789), 463;
letter to Rich. Price (1785) on Am.
affairs, supplies for Eng. fleet, 17.
327 ; and Madam Schuyler, 18. 310.

Jackson, Joseph, in Boston society,
10. 39; and Liberty affair, 67.

Jackson, Rev. Joseph [H. C. 1753],
ministry at Brookline, 19. 427.

Jackson, Mary [Mrs. Lee], 19. 230.

Jackson, Mary [Mrs. Russell], 14. 155.

Jackson, Patrick T. [1], subscription
to Boston dhmer (1830), 6. 341;
cotton manufacture, 9. 541.

Jackson, Patrick T. [2], papers pre-
sented. 20. 590.

Jackson, Patrick T. [3], gift to M.H.S.,
20. 590.

Jackson, Robert, exile in Amsterdam,
6. 55.

Jackson, Samuel, guest of Old Colony
Club, 3. 439.

Jackson, Samuel, killed at Wyoming
(1778), 3. 345.

Jackson, Thomas, presents Com. of
Corresp.'s request to Old Colony
Club, 3. 440; and formation of
Com. of Corresp., 440 n.

Jackson, Gen. Thomas J., Valley cam-
paign, 10. 440.

Jackson, William, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 178.

Jackson, William, and non-importa-
tion, 10. 73; captured (1776), 98,
99; absentee loyalist, 164; state-
ment (1776), 16. 20.

Jackson, Major William, W^m. Duane
on, 20. 271-273, 384.

Jacob, Captain, Tuscarora Indian
(1762), 7. 394, 395._

Jacob, John, trouble in Va. (1651),
3. 6-7.

Jacob, John, Nantucket Indian, cap-
tured (1746), 5. 115. _

Jacob, Richard, of Ipswich, petition
(1637), 3. 199.

Jacob, Richard, of Va. (1654), 3. 7.

Jacobin Societies. See Republican.

Jacobs, Bela F., Master's oration
(1842), 5. 236.

Jacobs, John, receiver of duties
(1686), 13. 235, 236.

Jacobs, Ralph, exile in Amsterdam
(1593), 6. 64.



Jacobson, Captain, as fisherman, 10.

49, 50.
Jacobson, Nicholas, prize case (1748),

5.89.
Jacoby, A., on Samoyeds, 17. 6.
Jadeite relics from Central America,

2. 170-171.

Jaffa, in 1832, 19. 496, 498.

Jamaica, report of French expedi-
tion (1778), 3. 121; earthquake
(1692), 7. 163, 164; fees of Sec.
(1687), 12. 237; strategic impor-
tance (1807), 20. 302.

Jamaica, L. I., and Conn. (1663), 5.
291.

Jamaica, Brit, war-ship (1766), 10. 45.

James I. of England, and Puritans,

3. 156-158; Book of Sports, 19.
86-95.

James II. of England, port, in Boston,

4. 241, 241 n.-242 n.; proclaimed
in Boston, 12. 223; address of
Dudley's Council to, 13. 238-239.
See also York (James).

James, sachem, deed to Winthrop

(1653), 5. 289.
James, Eleazer, biog. note, 16. 305 n.
James, Frances B. [Mrs. Troup], 5.

391.
Jarries, Mrs. Isabella, and samplers

of Hutchinson family, 1. 298.
James, John W., on com. on Boston

bicentenary, 2. 220.
James, Rev. Thomas, at East

Hamptoji, 2. 49 ; letter to Winthrop

(1673), 5. 293.
James Adger, U. S. war-ship, on

Brit, coast (1861), 18. 139-140.
James City, Va , name as royal

memorial, 4. 250.
James, Fort, N. Y., name as royal

memorial, 4. 247.
James River, canal in 1804, 2. 19, 20;

survey and canal (1787), 17. 490,

492-494.
Jameson. See also Jemerson.
Jameson, Lieut. Col. David, and

Arnold's treason. 7. 452.
Jameson, John Franklin, elected a

corresp. member M.H.S., 12. 259;



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