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accepts, 293; on Calhoun Papers,

349-351; on J. N. Brown, 14. 281-

284.
Jameson, William, tract accredited

to, 9. 512.
Jamestown, R. I., name as royal

memorial, 4. 245.
Jamestown, Va., name as roval

memorial, 4. 2.50; fight at (1781),

6. 144; condition of site, 14. 175.



JAMESTOWN-JEFFERSON



227



Jamestown, U. S. war-sloop, voyage
to Ireland (1847), 6. 199.

Janes, Jonathan, at Fort Dummer
(1724), 6. 366.

Janeway, Rev. James, Token a Eng-
la?id, 9. 490, 17. 38; elegy on, 38.

Jannison, William, petition as con-
stable (1686), 13. 269.

Japan, Perry's expedition, 2. 259-261 ;
soldiers (1853), 261; Cabot mappe-
monde on, 6. 339.

Jaques, David R., Commencement
part (1842), 5. 235. _

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

Jaques, Sarah (Parish), exile in Am-
sterdam, 6. 55.

Jaquith's Mill, N. H. (1776), 12. 90.

Jaris, , sea-captain (1694), 7.

166.

Jarvis, Dr. Charles, and J. Q. Adams
(1792), 4. 63; and Boston police
reform, 63; characterized, 12. 141.

Jarvis, E. B. See Jervis (Thos. B.).

Jarvis, Capt. Elias, in Phips's Quebec
expedition, 15. 307.

Jar\'is, John W , port, of Washington
Irving, 1. 33.

Jarvis, Leonard, purchases confis-
cated Boston estate, 10. 184.

Jarvis, Leonard [H. C. 1800], poem,
5. 106-107.

Jarvis, Leopold, N. C lands, 8. 181;
n on-consumption agreement (1786),
497.

Jarv'is, Robert, absentee loyalist, 10.
164.

Jarvis, Samuel Gardner, purchases
confiscated Roxbury estate, 10. 172.'

Javanese, decline, 17. 5.

Jay, John, and Northeastern boun-
dary, 3. 89; deposition on St. Croix
River boundaiy, 358; as Minister
to Spain, 5. 18; Vaughan on, in
peace negotiations, 17. 410, 418,
424, 434; and ministry to Eng.
(1782), 429; Federalist, 493, 500;
and Temple riot, 507; Edm.
Pendleton on Span, negotiations
(1781), 19. 142. See also Jay
Treaty.

Jay, .loseph, will (1716), 8. 214.

Jay Treaty, Conn. Republican on, 3.
46; Va. Republican on negotia-
tions, 15. 145-146; on approval
of, 147-149 ; instruction of Senators
on, 150; action of Va. legislature,
151; in House, 1.52, 154-156.

Jebb, Sir Richard, at Congress of
Hist. Sciences (1903), 17. 246.



Jefferds (Jefford), Capt. Simon, in
campaign of 1760, 4. 393.

Jefferson, Joseph, as Acres, 19. 234.

Jefferson, Thomas [Letters follow],
on Wirt's Patrick Henry, 1. 202,
7. 126; on impeachment of Pick-
ering, 1. 225; on date of signing
of Declaration, 273, 277-278, 280;
memoranda on signing considered,
279; Signer, 282; letter to S. Hale,

3. 275; miniature of Cromwell
owned by, 282; Ordinance of 1784,

4. 60; on Va. Com. of Corresp.,
82; and Louisiana Purchase, 5.
17 n., 18. 49, 51, 19. 542-549;
Coleridge's marginalia on writings
of, 5. 315; and Dupre's Diplomatic
Medal, 350; and authorship of
Declaration of Causes (1775), 6.
70; J. Adams's inquiry concerning
(1818), 13. 311; Marshall on (1821),
14. 328, 354; and moderate Re-
publicans (1793), 15. 118-119; in-
fluence over Madisor, 120; and
Hamilton's financial reports, 122 n. ;
candidacy (1796), 153, 156-159;
and Adams (1797), 160; and Levi
Lincoln, 231-233; on legislative
powei^ 16. 241; J. Q. Adams on
Notes, 308; as phrase-maker, 18.
51; and navy, 122; Savage's port.,

19. 9, 18; rumored intention to
resign (1780), 119; acquitted of
censure (1781), 144; Washington's
final opinion, 384 ; and Crevecoeur,

20. 58; and Wm. Duane, 257-259;
Duane on, as Pres., 275. See also
Jefferson Papers.

Letters: from Abigail Adams
(1816). 12. 272; — to John
Barnes (1818) health, 13. 312; —to
Jas. Breckenridge (1819) Univ. of
Va., 14. 395; — from Ed. Carring-
ton (1787-88) Fed. Conven., _l7.
457, 462; reception of Constitu-
tion, criticism of it, N. W. Ter.,
480; ratification convens., foreign
debt, 496-,501; — to Stephen
Cathalan (1816) Napoleon, 12.
268; — to Mrs. Coolidge (1825)
desk on which Declaration was
written, 271-272; — from J. B.
Cutting (1788) Brit, whale-fisheries
bill, 17. 501 ; ratification in N. _C.
and Md., declaring acts void,
Federalist, Brit, slave-trade bill,
502; Va. Conven., 508; — from
A. Donald (1787) tobacco trade,
N. Eng. disturbances, 445; Va..
and Con.stitution, Washington, Va.



228



JEFFERSON-JENKS



Assembly, 488; — from Wm.
Duane, 20. 26Q-387 [see Duane];
— to J. W. Eppes (1804) relations
with Adams, 12. 269; farming,
270; (1809) F. J. Jackson, 270;
(1811) Federalists, 270; (1821)
metaphysics, 271; — from Chris.
Gadsden (1787) Constitution and
trade, French trade, 17. 485; —
from Wm. Hay (1787) financial
distress, 458; — from Monroe
(1823) Span. Am. and Holy Al-
liance, 15. 375, 409-412; — to
Gibson Patrick (1817) business,
6. 174; —to Wm. Pinkney (1810)
embargo, 12. 268; — to Rich.
Price (1785, '89), 17. 225, 372
[see Price]; — to Mrs. Randolph
(1797-80) polit. strife and home
life, 12. 269; — to Benj. Rush
(1803) relig. opinions, 267; — to
Wm. Tudor (1823) Franklin and
Am. Rev., 269.

Jefferson Papers, presented, contents,
12. 264-266; extracts from, 267-
273; thanks for, 273; disposition,
293; com. to pub., 13. 142; fund
for pub., 14. 130; pub., 296; cost
of pub., 15. 40.

Jeffery, Isaac, Indian preacher, 10.
51.

Jefford. See Jefferds.

Jeffrey. See also Jefferds, Jeffery,
Jeffries, Jeffry, Jeffrys.

Jeffrey, Francis, Lord, social circle,
19. 469; and pari, reform, 471.

Jeffrey, Patrick, Boston estate, 1.
324.

Jeffries, John, absentee loyalist, 10.
164.

Jeffry, servant of Fitz-John Winthrop,
4. 285.

Jeffrys, George, in N. H. Council, 8.
93; and diabolical performances
(1686), 14. 170.

Jellison, Ann (Anson | Salisbury), ex-
ile in Amsterdam (1613), 6. 55, 60.

Jellison, Magdalena (Jones), exile in
Amsterdam (1606), 6. 55.

Jellison. Robert, exile in Amsterdam
(1606), 6. 55.

Jellison, Thomas, exile in Amsterdam
(1613), 6. 55.

Jemerson, John, killed at Wyoming
(1778), 3. 34,5.

Jendonisk, Indian, at Fort Dummer
(1724), 6. 367.

Jenkins. See also Jinkins.

Jenkins, , innkeeper at Southing-
ton (1779), 6. 129.



Jenkins, , sea-captain (1779), 10.

108.
Jenkins, David, minuteman, 12. 104;

in Am. army (1775), 106.
Jenkins, Fanny [Mrs. Farris], 16.

368 n. ; mentioned in J. Q. Adams's

diary, 387, 422 : Adams on, 393.
Jenkins, Mrs. Jane [Mrs. Galy],

exile in Amsterdam (1611), 6. 52,55.
Jenkins, Joel, minuteman, 12. 104;

in Am. army (1775), 106.
Jenkins, Lieut. John, journal of Sulli-
van's expedition, 2. 441; state-
ment on Wyoming Massacre, 3.

344; reports list of those killed,

346.
Jenkins, John F., Commencement

part (1818), 5. 183; biog. note,

183 n.
Jenkins, Jonathan, minuteman, 12.

104; in Ani. army (1775), 107.
Jenkins, Lewis, 16. 380; biog. note,

380 n.
Jenkins, Nancy, mentioned in J. Q.

Adams's diary, 16. 381, 382;

Adams on, 393; illness, 415.
Jenkins, Obadiah [1], minuteman,

12. 104; in Am. army (1775), 106.
Jenkins, Obadiah [2], minuteman,

12. 104.
Jenkins, Peter, absentee loyalist, 10.

164.
Jenkins, Rebecca (Hooper), 16. 380 n.
Jenkins, Robert [d. 1773], case over

will, 16. 115 n.
Jenkins, Robert, purchases confis-
cated Boston estate, 10. 168.
Jenkins, Sally [Mrs. Prout], J. Q.

Adams on (1788), 16. 365; biog.

note, 379 n. ; mentioned in Adams's

diary, 389, 427.
Jenkins, Steuben, and journal of J.

Jenkins, 2. 441.
Jenkinson, Charles. See Hawkesbury.
Jenks, Charles W., gift to M.H.S.,

9. 28.

Jenks, Henry Fitch [Communications
follow], gifts to M.H.S., 2. 261, 3.
97, 5.451,10. 126; and McKendry's
journal, 2. 478 n. ; list of publica-
tions (188&-1901), 3. 280, 9. 23,

10. 555, 15. 29; on Nominating
Com. (1888, '94), 4. 77, 8. 504; re-
ports, 4. 118, 9. 39; on Library
Com. (1889). 4. 309; reports, 359,
382, 5. 285 ; on com. to pub. Trum-
bull Papers, 4. 343, 15. 25 ; remarks,
5. 423. 9. 158, 12. 292, 13. 456, 14.
103, 16. 250, 17. 75, 141; reprinted
M.H.S. paper, 6. 236; elected to



JENKS-JESSOP



229



M.H.S. Council (1891-93), 420,
7. 383, 8. 201; on com. to pub.
Belcher Papers, 52; presents re-
port, of Council (1894), 9. 18; moves
vote of thanks, 10. 573; elected
Cabinet-keeper (1898-1903), 12.
190, 13. 80, 14. 146, 15. 51, 16. 148,
17. 233 ; reports (1899-1903), 13. 79,
14. 143, 15. 44, 16. 145, 17. 229;
presents communication of another
member, 16. 532; memoir of J. T.
Hassam assigned to. 17. 245; signs
memorial on Constitution, 18. 121;
retirement from office of Cabinet-
keep'er, 271.

Communications : on Bedford
flag, 2. 165-167; on S. K. Lothrop,
3. 62; on destniction of Suffolk
Conven. house, 4. 238; diary of
Saml. Jenks, 5. 352-391; bill of
sale of slave, 6. 250; letters of
Isaac Watts, 9. 331-334; letter of
Lucy Downing, 10. 186-188; letters
of Geo. Whitefield and Jon. Ed-
wards, 299-302, 427-429; on Bos-
ton mechanics (1814), 14. 149-
153; letters on X Y Z mission, 15.
88-92; Memoir of L. R. Paige,
240-254; on school boys and
Gage, 320; on J. T. Hassam, 17.
238—241

Jenks, Mrs. Martha W., gift to M.H.S.,
3. 8.

Jenks, Ca-pt. Samuel, in campaign of
1760, 4. 391, 394; career, 5. 352-
353; journal of campaign of 1760,
353-396; at Fort Miller, 353-354;
march to Crown Point, 354-355;
at Crown Point, 355-367; trouble
with counterfeit orders, 360-361;
advance and attack on Isle-aux-
N o i X , 367-373 ; advance to
Montreal, 373-378; ill, 377-379;
return to Crown Point, 378-390;
march home, 390.

Jenks, William, as member M.H.S.,
5. 5; Harvard D.D. (1842), 236:
reprinted M.H.S. paper, 6. 349;
memoir of Abiel Holmes, 7. 123;
of T. L. Winthrop, 125; Librarian
M.H.S., 8. 343; (PBKpoem (1803),
9. 110; biog. note, llOn.; Vice-
Pres. of (2> 5 ^, HI ; on John Coles's
heraldic painting, 14. 432-433; at
bicentenary of N. Eng. Confed.,
19. 361.

Jenner, Robert, briefs in prize cases
(1748-52), 5. 90, 93, 94, 99.

Jenner, (?) Thomas, sea-captain
(1686), 13. 240.



Jenner, Thomas, subscribes to Mer-
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 207.

Jennings, Elizabeth (Pettinger), Pil-
grim at Ley den ^ 17. 178.

Jennings, John, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 178.

Jennings, Lewis J., on maps of North-
eastern boundary, 3. 362.

Jennings, Rose (Lisle), Pilgrim at
Leyden, 17. 178.

Jennings, William, of Eng. (1655), 1.
136.

Jennison, James, Commencement pait
(1847) and biog. note, 5. 253, 253 n.

Jennison, John M., works on Boston
defences (1814), 14. 152.

Jennison, Nathaniel, trial, 1. 41 n.

Jennison, Timothy biog. note, 16.
305 n.

Jenny, John, Pilgrim at Leyden, 17.
174.

Jenny, Samuel, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 182.

Jenny, Sarah, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 182.

Jenny, Sarah (Carey), Pilgrim at
Leyden, 17. 174.

Jepson, Abigail, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 182.

Jepson, Henry, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 174.

Jepson, Jane (Powell), Pilgrim at
Leyden, 17. 174.

Jepson, Martha, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 182.

Jepson, Rosamond (?Korsfield), exile
in Amsterdam (1609), 6. 55; Pil-
grim at T^eyden, 17. 174.

Jepson, William, exile in Amsterdam
(1609), 6. 55; Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 174.

Jericho, N. Y. (1814), 6. 259.

Jeromus, Aser, death at Wyoming,
3. 346.

Jerrett, Fitz, in Sullivan's expedition,
2. 464.

Jersey, Edward Villiers, 1st earl of,
office (1700), 3. 201.

Jersev Hulks, prisons, 1. 48.

•Jerusalem, in 1832, 19. 497.

Jervais, Colonel, of (?) S. C. (1782),
19. 151.

Jervis, Thomas Best, elected to
M.H.S. as E. B. Jarvis, 1. 228-229,
12. 192; death announced, 191.

Jesson, Jacob, Boston estate, 1. 319.

Jessop, Abigail (Hunt), Pilgrim at
Leyden, 17. 178.

Jessop, Edmond, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 178.



230



JESSOP-JOHNSON



Jessop, Ellen (Underwood), Pilgrim

at Leyden, 17. 178.
Jessop, Frances (White), Pilgrim at

Leyden, 17. 182.
Jessop, Francis, Pilgrim at Leyden,

17. 182.
Jessop, Thomas," exile in Amsterdam,

6. 55.
Jesuits, Argall's raid at Mt. Desert

Island, 1. 188-192.
Jesup, Gen. Thomas S., court-martial

for Fla. War (1836), 7. 265.
Jewet, Nehemiah, on witchcraft in-
demnity, 1. 81, 115.
Jewett, Beniamin, death in Am. army

(1776), 12. 102.
Jewett, Betsey [Mrs. Holden], 4.

385.
Jewett, Isaac A., Commencement

part (1830) and biog. note, 5. 202,

202 n.
Jewett, Capt. Joseph, at siege of

Boston, 9. 44, 48, 54-57, 62, 64, 66,

70-78, 84, 85, 88-90. _
Jews, Sewall on conversion, 2. 41-43;

hist, importance, 13. 94; New York

synagogue (1812), 19. 370.
Jinkins, Howell, of Ala., 20. 517.

Joan, , vocalist (1770), 10. 28.

Joanes, Christopher, witnesses Mul-

lins's will, 5. 35.
Joanna, seized (1686), 13. 276.
Job, Jo, Indian, captured (1746), 5.

115.
Job, Mordecai, Indian, captured

(1746), 5. 115.
Jocelyn. See also Joslin.
Jocelyn, Henry, memorial on R. I.

boundary (1731), 19. 25, 28, 33.
Jodrell, Paul, brief in prize case

(1749), 5. 93.
Jogues, Isaac, his name for Lake

George, 4. 247 n.
John, sagamore, death, 1. 369.
John Adams, launching, 19. 377.
John and Thomas, in Phips's Quebec

expedition, 15. 306.
John Carter Brown Library, Agnese's

atlases in, 11. 372, 380, 383-385;

importance, 12. 381-382; early

Am. imprints in, 383-394, 421, 17.

66-67, 75 ; early Mexican imprints

in, 12. 395-400; trust, 14. 283. _
John Langdon Sibley Fund, origin,

2. 168-170; becomes available,

16. 20-23, 127; history, 18. 276,

19. 211, 20. 214; paid in, 18. 297;

income account (1905), 19. 216:

(1906), 20. 220; use, 19. 223, 20.

227.



John of Leith, captured (1777), 12.
199.

John Sausaman. See Sausaman.

Johnson. See also Johnston, John-
stone.

Johnson, A., Indian trader (1762),
7. 392.

Johnson, Abigail [Mrs. Hoppin], 3.
300.

Johnson, Pres. Andrew, and resigna-
tion of Motley (1867), 8. 22 ; author-
ship of first message, 19. 395-405;
temporary popularity, 395-397 ;
reception of first message, 397;
Bancroft as author of message,
398-405; papers, _ 20. 427-437;
deserted by politicians, 427; first
impeachment project, 428; con-
duct after defeat (1866), 429;
sympathy for, 429; and Stanton,
429; and Reconstruction Act, 430;
and Grant, 431; character and
state papers, 432; and patronage,
433; trial, 433-434; and Seward,
435; and Cabinet, 436; character
of administration, 436; and Dem-
ocratic nomination, 436; Senator,
436.

Johnson, Ann [Mrs. Bishop], exile in
Amsterdam, 6. 50, 55.

Johnson, Ann (Jones), 6. 56.

Johnson, Arabella (Clinton), death
(1630), 8. 472.

Johnson, Asa, atheist, 19. 385.

Johnson, Bradley T., on Southern
undervaluation of North, 19. 325.

Johnson, Cave, and petition against
negro-seamen acts, 19. 407.

Johnson, Dorothy, exile in Amster-
dam, 6. 55.

J&hnson, Eastman, making of crayon
of Webster, 2. 217-219, 264.

Johnson, Ebenezer, letter (1706), 5.
302.

Johnson, Edward, of CharlestowTi,
shipwright, 7. 161 ; house, 163.

Johnson, Capi. Edward, on medical
instruction, 1. 46; as authority on
minor matters, 367-368; report on
Groton (1661), 4. 136; on Cam-
bridge and Harvard, 5. 397. 407,
413; Wonder-working Providence,
extant copies, price, reprints, 6.
345, 10. 333; and Wenham-
Chelmsford matter (16,55), 12. 323.

Johnson, Edward Francis, elected a
member M.H.S., 8. 502; on Library
Com. (1895), 10. 1; report, 136;
list of publications (1894-96), 121,
555; gift to M.H.S., 13. 378.



JOHNSON-JOHNSTON



231



Johnson, Elijah, at siege of Boston,
9. 63, 71.

Johnson, Elizabeth [Mrs. Latham],
exile in Amsterdam (1600), 6. 55.

Johnson, Elizabeth, Jr., witchcraft
petition, 1. 70, 88, 110; not in-
cluded in witchcraft indemnity,
81; character, 88 n., 106 n.

Johnson, Ephraim, in campaign of
1760, 4. 391.

Johnson, Francis, church in Amster-
dam, 6. 43-45; exile there, 55.

Johnson, George, exile in Amsterdard,
6. 55.

Johnson, Col. Guy, and J. T. Kirk-
land, 17. 305.

Johnson, Sir Harry, on extent of
slave-trade, 17. 6.

Johnson, Isaac, of Saleby, Eng.
(1612), 8. 508.

Johnson, Isaac, church covenant,
(1630), 2. 221; death (1630), 8.
472.

Johnson, Isaac [d. 1711], of Charles-
town, 3. 300; petition as constable
(1686), 13. 252.

Johnson, Israel, exile in Amsterdam,
6. 55.

Johnson, Jacob, exile in Amsterdam,
6. 55.

Johnson, Jacob, letter to Trumbull
(1778) on Wyoming after Massacre,
3. 346.

Johnson, James, inventory of Win-
throp's goods, 7. 140-143.

Johnson, John, exile in Amsterdam,
6. 55.

Johnson, Sir John, Alden's regt. at
house (1778), 2. 445

Johnson, Mrs. John (Ford), actress,
2. 10.

Johnson, Jonathan, of Marlborough
(1682), 4. 299, 300.

Johnson, Joseph, case against Win-
throp (1704), 5. 301.

Johnson, Lucy [Mrs. Walker], 6. 443.

Johnson, Margaret (Sley), exile in
Amsterdam (1601). 6. 55.

Johnson, Marmaduke, books printed
by (1660-74), 9. 416, 4i9-422,
424-430, 433, 435, 11. 241, 248. 12.
274, 283, 385, 17. 15; first stayin
Cambridge, 11. 240; return with
new press, 240; connection with
Green, 241; types, 241-242, 12.
417; censorship aimed at, 11. 243;
petitions for press in Boston,
244-246; answer for printing un-
licensed book, 247-249; death, 13.
398.



Johnson, Marshall, painting of May-
-flower, 19. 213.

Johnson, Mary, exile in Amsterdam
(1600), 6. 55.

Johnson, Mary A. [Mrs. Slafter], 20.
591.

Johnson, Moses, exile in Amsterdam
(1601), 6. 55.

Johnson, Nathaniel, death at Wyo-
ming, 3. 346.

Johnson, Capt. Noah, killed (1760),
4. 392.

Johnson, Perseverance [Mrs. Greene],
exile in Amsterdam, 6. 56.

Johnson, Reverdy, and Pres. John-
son, 20. 434.

Johnson, Richard M., character, 7.
293; and Wm. Duane, 20. 378.

Johnson, Robert, letter (1801) on
Boston, 7. 456.

Johnson, Robert W., death, 13. 314.

Johnson, Ruth [Mrs. Robbins], 3. 206.

Johnson, Samuel, Commencement
part (1842), 5. 235; biog. note,
235 n.

Johnson, Rev. Stephen, preaches in
Am. camp (1775), 9. 77.

Johnson, Susannah, return from cap-
tivity (1760), 4. 402.

Johnson, T., engraving by, 17. 230.

Johnson, Thomas, of Md., delegate to
Congress, 1. 276; and ratification
of Constitution, 17. 484, 504; _

Johnson, Thomasine (Boyes), exile in
Amsterdam, 6. 56.

Johnson, William, exile in Amster-
dam (1611), 6. 56.

Johnson, William, of Charlestown,
death (1677), 7. 169.

Johnson, Lieut. William, of Woburn,
7. 163; on com. on war expenses
(1676), 12. 402; fast-day recal-
citrant (1686), 13. 262, 263.

Johnson, -Sir William, papers in Park-
man MSS. 4. 44; Levis's plans of
campaigns, 94 ; names Lake George,
247 r?.; in campaign of 1760, 394,
403, 5. 283; campaign of 1755,
416-418, 13. 386, 18. 317-325.

Johnson, William Samuel, letters as
Conn, agent, 1. 359; report of
Chatham's speech, 359; conference
with Gage (1775), 10. 92.

Johnson's Tavern, Lynn, 10. 47.

Johnston, , of Sclienectadv( 1 779) ,

2. 454.

Johnston, , innkeeper at War-

renton, N. C. (1804), 2. 31, 33.

Johnston, Alexander, United States,
2. 150; elected a corresp. member



232



JOHNSTON-JONES



M.H.S., 3. 102; accepts, 144;
Connecticut, 372; on town sov-
ereignty, 372; death announced,
5. 1 ; views on Conn, institutional
hist, criticized, 269-280, 328-331.

Johnston, Bathsheba (Thwing), 8.
226.

Johnston, Demini, farm on Susque-
hanna, N. Y., 2. 462.

Jolinston, Ira, escapes from Indians
(1779), 2. 455.

Johnston, Jean (Hogg), 8. 226_.

Johnston, John, signs Wyoming ca-
pitulation (1778). 3. 342.

Johnston, Joseph E., and Peninsular
campaign, 10. 432-434, 439; on
McClellan, 440; and milit. use of
slaves, 19. 318 n.; advice against
further resistance (1865), 320.

Johnston, Thomas, engraving of
battle of Lake George, 5. 416-418;
notice of death, 418; engraving of
Increase Mather, 8. 145; of Crown
Point and Quebec, 226; career, 226.

Johnston, Rev. "VN^lham, of Cherry
Valley, 2. 447, 449.

Johnston, Witter, of Cherry Valley,
2. 449, 451.

Johnstone, Gov. George, misrepre-
sentations (1778), 17. 319.

Johonnot, Daniel, at Boston dinner
(1776), 10. 103.

Johonnot, Francis, member of "Pos-
see," 10. 38; arrested (1778), 106;
town meeting on, 106.

Johonnot, Gabriel, and tea question,
10. 80.

Johonnot, George, at Boston dinner
(1776), 10. 103.

Johonnot, Peter, absentee loyalist,
10. 164; confiscated Boston estate,
178.

Johonnot, Zechariah, subscribes to
Merchants' Notes (1733), 17. 208.

Joliffe, John, justice of peace (1686),
13. 229; to establish Boston mar-
ket, 271 ; death, 14. 20; named for
Council (1691), 217.

Jolly, , on Fort Dauphin Mas-
sacre, 2. 369-371.

Jomard, Edme Francois, facsim. of
Cabot mappemonde,'6. 308.

Jonas, Captain, in campaign of
1760, 4. 393.

Jones. See also Joanes.

Jones, , of Newport (1760), 7. 345.

Jones, Mrs., of Boston (1788), 16.
387, 388.

Jones, Mrs., tavern-keeper in Phila-
delphia (1804), 2. 11, 33.



Jones, Captain, in campaign of

1760, 5. 352, 371.
Jones, Captain, of Brit, navy, and

R. H. Dana (1841), 6. 398.
Jones, Lieut.-Gov. Alfred G., Mass.

descent, 18. 371.
Jones, Alpheus, at Am. camp (1775),

9. 44, 78.

Jones, Ann [Mrs. Johnson], exile in

Amsterdam (1611), 6. 56.
Jones, Anna (Swift), Pilgrim at

Leyden, 17. 178.
Jones, Anna (Willis), 6. 63.
Jones, Catharine, mentioned in J. Q.

Adams's diary (1787-88), 16. 300,

301, 318, 331, 346, 413, 444, 447;

Adams on, 410.
Jones, Charles C, on royal arms in

Ga., 4. 252 n.; on tomahawks,

6.38.
Jones, Charles F., 20. 409.
Jones, CofSn, of Boston (1787), 8.

176.
Jones, Deborah (Hewes), 20. 409.
Jones, Eaton, killed at Wyoming

(1778), 3. 345.
Jones, Edward [b. 1751], purchases

confiscated Boston estate, 10. 170;

biog. note, 20. 409.
Jones, Elizabeth, Pilgrim at Leyden,

17. 178.
Jones, Elizabeth [Mrs. Lowell], 9. 544.
Jones, Elizabeth [Mrs. Trafford], 6.

62.
Jones, Elnathan, at Boston dinner

(1776), 10. 103.
Jones, Frederick, Pilgrim at Leyden,

17. 178.
Jones, Frederick, statue of Webster

owned by, 2. 265.
Jones, Senator George, death, 13. 313.
Jones, George W.. and Graves-Cilley

duel, 12. 288.
Jones, Henry N., and search for re-
mains of Miles Standish, 4. 375.
Jones, Isaac D., "mess-mates" (1841),

6. 73.
Jones, Com. Jacob, Rogers on (1815),

4. 208.
Jones, Rev. John, at Fairfield, 2. 49.
Jones, John Coffin, non-consumption

agreement (1786), 8. 497; pur-
chases confiscated Boston estate,

10. 174.

Jones, John Paul, Dupre's medal, 5.

350, 351; and Jefferson (1788), 17.

498.
Jones, Joseph, of Va. [Letters follow],

on com. on instructing envoys

(178n, 1. 61; career, 15. 117; in



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Congress (1780-81), 19. 119, 136,
150.

Letters: to Madison (1787-1802),
their history, 15. 116; their im-
portance, 118-122; (1787-88) ru-
mor of discord in Va. delegation,
17. 474; criticism of Constitution,
487, 491; map of James River,
Va. Assembly, Ratification Conven.,
490-496, 509; French Consular
Convention, 509; (1788) seat of
govt., appt. of electors, forged
certificates, Va. politics and legis-
lation, 15. 122-126; (1789) Madi-
son's candidacy, meeting of Con-
gress, bust of Lafayette, 126;
Washington's progress, tariff bill.
Federal judiciary, office-seekers,
titles. Senate closed sessions, amend-
ments declaring acts void. Federal
salaries, power of removal, 127-
132; Va. code and judges, 132;
(1790) discrimination in funding
debt, senatorial candidates, 133;
seat of govt., McGillivray, 134;
(1792) private land business, 135;
presidential succession, Indian war,
Federal expenses, congressional
calls for departmental opinions,
136-139 ; apportionment, Wash-
ington, Hamilton's financial sys-
tem, A-dams, 139-141; (1793) Ge-
net, public finances, 141; (1794)
foreign affairs, Jay's negotiations,
142-146; Republican societies.
Hamilton, 146; (1795-96) Jay
Treaty, Va. elections, 147-156;
(1796-97) presidential election,
embargo, Adams and Jefferson,
153, 156-160; (1797) Va. election,
160; (1802) division of Va., 161;
— from Pendleton (1782) peace
negotiations. Dr. Lee, 19. 161.

Jones, Dr. Joseph, on size of Con-
federate army, 18. 434.

Jones, Joseph H., Commencement
part (1817), 5. 182; biog. note,
182 r?.

Jones, Leonard A., gift to M.H.S., 16.
251.

Jones, Le^vis, trial for counterfeiting,
16. 225-227.

Jones, Magdalena [Mrs. Jellison],
exile in Amsterdam (1606), 6. 56.

Jones, Mary, Pilgrim at Leyden
(1615), 17. 178.

Jones, Mary [Mrs. Barrett], 8. 23.

Jones, Mary [Mrs. Bennet], 6. 56.

Jones, Mary A., gift to M.H.S., 20.
409; ancestry, 409.



Jones, Mary A. (Faneuil), port., 20
409; career, 410.

Jones, Peletiah, at Fort Dummer
(1724), 6. 366.

Jones, Peter, in campaign of 1700, 4.
394, 5. 358.

Jones, Robert, at Philadelphia Acad-
emy (1754), 7. 341.

Jones, Capt. Samuel, killed in cam-
paign of 1758, 6. 33.

Jones, Samuel [C. C. 1790], 2. 9; biog.
note, 9 n..

Jones, Sarah [Mrs. Rockwood], 6.
59.

Jones, Sarah B. (Vinton), 20. 409.



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