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Jones, Thomas, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 178.

Jones, Dr. Walter, congressional can-
didacy (1797), 15. 161.

Jones, William, exile in Amsterdam
(1613), 6. 56.

Jones, Dep.-Gov. William, Conn, milit.
order to (1665), 5. 292; death, 14.
24.

Jones, Sir William, election to
M.H.S., 2. 149.

Jones, William, and Naval Office at
Philadelphia (1824), 20. 384.

Jope, , patent, 1. 232.

Jopson, Thomas, grant of Bahamas
(1650), 13. 5; career, 45.

Jordan. See also Gordon, Jorden.

Jordan, , of Boston, entertains

Lord Adam Gordon (1765), 13. 395.

Jordan, Silvester, extant copy of
Discovery of Barmudas, 12. 161.

Jordan, Thomas, return to Eng.
(1650), 16. 498; and Cromwell's
West Indian expedition, 500.

Jordan, in 1832, 19. 498.

Jorden, Hamiah, of Eng. (c. 1641),

1. 135.

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

Joselin, Henry, settlement (1660), 1.
233.

Joseph, , innkeeper at George-
town, S. C. (1804), 2. 34.

Josephine, Empress, and David Sears,

2. 410.

Josiah, Indian, deed of Conn, land

(1686), 5. 295.
Joslin. See also Jocelyn, Joselin,

Josselyn.
Joslin, Nathaniel, of Marlborough,

4. 300.
Josselyn, John, reprints of Voyages

to N. Eng.. 6. 347; New England's

Rarities discovered, extant copies,

price, reprint, 10. 344; Account of

two Voyages, 345.



234



JOSSELYNE-KEESE



Josselyne, Thomas, loyalist refugee,

2. 234.

Journals. See Diaries.

Jowett, Rev. William, as missionary,

19. 503.
Joy, Arad, and Pickering's Q. M. G.

papers, 11. 7.
Joy, Benjamin, at Washington, 19.

381.
Joy, Charles A., and Pickering's Q M.

G. papers, 3. 318, 11. 7.
Joy, Charles H., port, of Webster

owned by, 2. 262; gift to M.H.S.,

3. 215.

Joy, George, Innocency's Complaint,
9. 440.

Joy, John, absentee loyalist, 10. 164.

Joy, Robert, Pilgrim at Leyden, 17.
182.

Joyce, Mary, and will of Peregrine
White, 3. 135.

Joyeux, , of Cape Frangais, mur-
dered, 2. 358.

Joyliffe. See Joliffe.

Judiciary. See Courts.

Judkins, Job, Boston estate, 1. 312.

Judkins, Moses S., 17. 56.

Judkins, Samuel, Boston estate, 1.
313.

Juilliard vs. Greenman, larger signifi-
cance of decision, 16. 259-262, 18.
174-175.

Jupiter, planet, discovery of fifth
satellite, 7. 1-4.

Jury, qualifications in provincial
Mass., 1. 67, 8. 103; admiralty
trials without, in colon. Mass., 3.
372; perjury of juryman in colon.
Mass., 372; Dudley's order on
(1686), 13. 236; Thayer's book on,
16. 148-150.

Justice of peace, oath in Mass. (1686),
13. 230.

Juxon, Elizabeth [Mrs. Cotton], 3.
248.

Juxon, William, collateral descend-
ants, 3. 248.



K



Kalm, Peter, on Indian hemp, 6. 35.

Kamenski, Count Michel F., capture
of Bazardjik, 10. 381-382.

Kanadesaga, Seneca town, Sullivan's
expedition at, 2. 468.

Kanaghsaws, Iroquois town, de-
stroyed, 2. 469, 470.

Kanandaigua, Iroquois town, de-
stroyed, 2. 468.



Kane, OUver, of N. Y., 2. 10.

Kansas, work of N. Eng. Emigrant
Aid Soc.,1. 181,3.327; Robinson's
poHcy, 1. 182; "higher law" men,
182 ; prohibition, 182 ; John Brown
in, 182; Pottawatomie Massacre,
182-183, 14. 4-7; proslavery out-
rages, 1. 217-218; John Brown
as avenger, 218; services of A. A.
Lawrence, 12. 132-134; impor-
tance of territorial legislature, 14.
3; papers of P. T. Jackson on,
20. 590.

Kansas-Nebraska Act, effect, 3. 327;
protest of N. Eng. ministers, 7.
94-95.

Kansas University, A. A. Lawrence
and, 12. 134.

Katcham, Edward, petition (1637),
3. 199.

Katharine, in Phips's Quebec expedi-
tion, 15. 307.

Kay, Lydia (1717), 8. 217.

Kaye, James, London factor, 17. 79;
letter to John Cogswell (1661), 80.

Kazan, bark (1842-45), 3. 248. 7.
320.

Kean, John, as delegate to Congress,
17. 461.

Kearsarge, cane of wood of, 19. 395.

Keayne, Ann (Mansfield), 4. 160 «.

Keayne, Robert, report of trial of
Anne Hutchinson, 4. 160; reference
to vol. of note-book, 313; other
vols., 314-316, 5. 435; bequest to
Boston, 16. 104.

Keazer, Moses, recruit (1760), 6. 429.

Keble, Elizabeth, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 178.

Keble, Elizabeth (? Acres), Pilgrim
at Leyden, 17. 178.

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

Keble. Mercy, Pilgrim at Leyden, 17.
182.'

Kebler, John, Commencement part
(1839), 5. 226; patrons, 226; biog.
note, 226 n.

Keelar, James, of Ga., 20. 513.

Keeler, Margaret P., port.. 14. 144.

Keen, Simeon, loyalist refugee, 2. 234.

Keene. See also Kean Keen, Kene.

Keene. Miss, Philadelphia belle
(1804), 2. 12.

Keene, N. Porter, shipvard, 7. 28.

Keene, N. H., in 1776, 6. 81; in
1840, 12. 423.

Keep, Lucinda [Mrs. Nutting], 8. 22.

Keese, Mrs., New York tavern-keeper
(1812), 19. 369.



KEETCH-KENDALL



235



Keetch, John, trade petition (1686),

13. 267.
Keighly, Edward, absentee loyalist,

10. 164; confiscated Boston estate,

178.
Keightley, Thomas, ignores last royal

veto, 5. 158.
Keith, , innkeeper in Mass.

(1779), 6. 130.
Keith, Ephraim, guest of Old Colony

Club, 3. 427, 432.
Keith, George, Presbyterian and In-
dependent Churches in N. Eng., 9.

480; replies to, 485, 489, 499;

works defending, 12. 391, 393;

Vision, 392; Pretended Antidote,

17. 37.
Keith, Israel, minutes of Otis's Writs

of Assistance argument, 6. 195.
Kelby, William, acknowledgment to,

6. 174.
Kellemy, Samuel, death at Wyoming,

3. 346.
Kellen, William Vail, gift to M.H.S.,

17. 230; member M.H.S., 20. xv.
Kellogg, Rev. Elijah, biog. note, 16.

422 n.
Kellogg, Ensign H., and Amherst

College, 3. 323.
Kellogg, Capt. Joseph, in Lovewell's

War, 6. 363, 368.
Kellogg, Robbins, and H. W. Taft,

19. 391.
Kellogg, Rev. Samuel, 16. 408; biog.

note, 408 ?i.
Kellogg, William, death at Wyo-
ming, 3. 345.
Kellom, Henry, guest of Old Colony

Club, 3. 396, 426; present to Club,

426.
Kellond, Mrs. Abigail, petition on

legal action (1686), 13. 265.
Kelly, Edward A., port, of Webster

owned by, 2. 264.
Kellv, Lieut. Waldron, wounded at

Lexington, 5. 396
Kelly, Senator William, death, 15. 94.
Kelsey, John, Shays's Rebellion, 1.

304.
Kemble. See also Kimball.
Kerable, Fanny, and Henry Lee, 19.

234; acting (1830), 465.
Kemp, Abel, recruit (1760), 6. 427.
Kemp, Anna (Humphrey), 11. 422.
Kemp, David, of Gorham, 11. 422.
Kemp, David, of Groton, in campaign

of 1760, 4. 390, 392.
Kemp, Ebenezer [1], of Groton, 11.

419.
Kemp, Ebenezer \2], 11. 419; minute-



man, 12. 104; in Am. army (1775),
107.

Kemp, Edward, removes to Chelms-
ford (1655), 12. 323; deaconship,
326, 327 ; on dismissal of members,
331.

Kemp, Ephraim, and Shays's Rebel-
lion, 1. 301; recruit (1760), 6. 429;
minuteman, 12. 104.

Kemp, Hezekiah [1], of Groton (1760),
6. 427.

Kemp, Hezekiah [2], recruit (1760),
6. 427.

Kemp, Joseph, recruit (1758), 6. 24.

Kemp, Levi, and Shays's Rebellion,
1. 301, 307.

Kemp, Mary (Bradstreet), 11. 418.

Kemp, Relief (Phillips), 11. 422.

Kemp, Samuel [1], of Groton (1760),
6. 429; minuteman, 12. 104.

Kemp, Samuel [2], and Shays's Re-
bellion, 1. 301.

Kemp, Mrs. Samuel, and Rev.
Dudley Bradstreet, 13. 300.

Kemp, Sarah C, acknowledgment
to, 11. 421; ancestry, 422; gift to
M H S 19 83

Kemp, s'i'las, recniit (1760), 6. 427.

Kemp, Stephen, recruit (1758), 6. 24.

Kemp, William, minuteman, 12. 104.

Kemp, Willis B., 11. 422.

Kendal, Rev. Samuel, biog. note, 16.
312 n.

Kendalia. See Appletown.

Kendall, Aaron, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 182.

Kendall, Amos, and Pres. Johnson,
19. 396.

Kendall, David, at class reunion
(1844), 5. 242.

Kendall, Edward, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 174.

Kendall, Elizabeth [Mrs. Cuthbert-
son], 17. 173.

Kendall, Mrs. Elizabeth, Pilgrim at
Leyden, 17. 174.

Kendall, Ephraim, 16. 428; J. Q.
Adams's characterization, 428 n.;
biog. note, 429 n.

Kendall, Francis, fast-day recalci-
trant (1686), 13. 262, 263.

Kendall, Jabez, recruit (1760), 6. 429.

Kendall, James, Harvard D.D. (1825),
5. 194; B K prayer (1809), 9.
112; biog. note, 112 n.; at Ply-
mouth anniversaries (1820), 10.
394; (1845), 395 n., 396, 398.

Kendall, James A., Commencement
part (1823), 5. 190; biog. note,
190 n.



236



KENDALL-KEYES



Kendall, Joseph S., and Billings Be-
quest, 17. 235.

Kendall, Tliomas, fast-day recalci-
trant (1686), 13. 262, 263.

Kendrick, Capl. John, Oregon voyage,
7. 417.

Kene, Asa, at siege of Boston, 9. 71,
84, 85.

Kennebec River, exploration, 1. 232;
Arnold's expedition on, 2. 267-268,
276-279; custom house on (1686),
13. 275, 278.

Kennedy, Andrew, and Priestley, 3.
25.

Kennedy, John Pendleton, and un-
official mission to Europe (1861),
letter to R. C. Winthrop, 1. 203-
209; and Johnson's port, of Web-
ster, 2. 218.

Kennell, Benjamin, exile in Amster-
dam (1603), 6. .56.

Kennell, Mrs. Margaret [Mrs. Ste-
vens], exile in Amsterdam (1603),
6. 56.

Kent, , innkeeper at Suffield

(1777), 6. 89.

Kent, Abigail [Mrs. Welsh], 16. 310 n.

Kent, Benjamin, guest of Old Colony
Club, 3. 409,413; in Boston society,
10. 32; on com. on Liberty affair,
67; MoUneux's animosity, 78;
debate on Com. of Corresp. (1774),
86; acting Atty .-Gen., 290 n.; and
Shirley- Waldo case, 12. 45; and
return of Suffolk probate records,
16. 116-120; career, 116 n.-118 n.

Kent, Rev. Benjamin, ^BK poem
(1831), 9. 123; biog. note, 123 n.

Kent. Edward, duke of, letters to
Thos . Carleton ( 1 796-99) on N . Brun.
milit. affairs, 3. 70-73.

Kent, Isaac, at siege of Louisburg
(1745), 11. 428, 431; death, 441.

Kent, James [Letters follow], on cap-
ture of private property at sea, 1.
27; at (P B K exercises (1823), 9.
119; papers, 18. 338; notice (1812),
19. 368.

Letters: to Jos. Story _ (1818)
reviewing Dartmouth decision, 14.
413; (1824-25) legal lectures.
Story's article on maritime law,
414-415; (1829) Story's inaug-
ural. Mason's reports, 415; (1834)
Story's Conflict of Lavs, copvright
case, Jackson, 416-418; (1839-44)
Kent's Commentaries, legal reading,
Tvler, 418-420; (1845) Supreme
Court, 420; from Story (1831)
introducing Hillard, Mason's re-



ports, 421; (1834) introducing
Dewey, 422; (1839-44) Kent's
Commentaries. Tyler and Supreme
Court, 423;— to W. W. Story
(1846) father's letters, 421.

Kent, Thomas, of Eng. (1655), 1. 136.

Kent, William, Harvard LL.D.
(1847), 5. 253; Story on (1844),
14. 424.

Kent, Conn., in 1777, 6. 90

Kent's Tavern, Dorchester, 10. 46.

Kentucky, and Civil War, 3. 332;
question of separation (1787), 17.
450-455; and navigation of Missis-
sippi, 452, 454; Indian war, 453,
455, 469 ; rumors of disturbances
(1806), 20. 2S6. See also South.

Kenyon, Frederic G., on recovery of
Beaumont's verses, 5. 436.

Keppel, Augustus, viscount, Channel
battle (1778), 3. 120.

Ker, James, Republican (1800), 20.
261.

Kerfoot, Samuel H., Jr., memorial on
Constitution, 18. 332.

Kergorlay, Comte Jean de, on Lu-
zerne's papers, 4. 308.

Kerley, Hemy, of Marlborough, 4.
300.

Kerley, William, of Marlborough, 4.
300.

Kerly, John, prize case (1749), 5. 94.

Kerr (Carr), Lieut. -Col. Maurice, in
Boston society, 10. 37, 70; and
Boston Massacre, 74.

Kerr, John B., Commencement part
(1830) and biog. note, 5. 202, 202 n.

Kerr, John L., "mess-mates" (1841),
6. 73.

Ketch. See Keetch.

Ketcham. See Katcham.

Kettell, Samuel, on Benj. Tompson's
poetry, 10. 272.

Ketteltas, Peter, of New York, 7.
339.

Ketteitas, William, in West (1806), 20.
287

Kettle, Hannah, death (1678), 7. 170.

Kettle, Joseph, of Charlestown, 7. 170.

Kettle, Nathaniel, of Charlestown, 7.
146; constable (1690), 152.

Kettle, Samuel, of Charlestown, 7.
146, 13. 411.

Kettletas. See Ketteltas.

Kewahcum, Indian, at Ft. Dummer
(1724), 6. 367.

Keyes. See also Kay, Kaye, Keese,
Keys.

Keyes, Col. (?) Danlorth, at siege of
Boston, 9. 64, 89.



KEYES-KING



237



Keyes, Edward L., in Mass. Conven.

(1853), 18. 35, 36.
Keyes, Mrs. Frances, 12. 336.
Keyes, (?) Lieut. John, at siege of

Boston, 9. 69, 83.
Keyes, John, purchases confiscated

Roxbury estate, 10. 180.
Keyes, Mary, death (1678), 7. 169.
Keyes, Solomon [1], of Chelmsford

(1665), 12. 336.
Keyes, Solomon [2], baptism, 12. 336.
Keyes, Timothy, killed at Wyoming

(1778), 3. 345.
Keynell, , at Syracuse, Sicily

(1829), 19. 452.
Keys. See also Keyes.
Keys, Abner, captured (1758), 6. 33.
Kidder, Frederick, map of Lovewell's

Fight, 3. 259.
Kidder, Isaac, scholar at Townsend

(1772), 4. 386; in Am. army (1775),

12. 107.

Kidder, John, scholar at Townsend
(1772), 4. 386.

Kidder, Lucy, scholar at Townsend
(1772), 4. 386.

Kidder, Susan B., gifts to M.H.S.,
5. 451.

Kidner, Rev. Reuben, writes memoir
of E. F. Slafter, 20. 591.

Kiernan, Thomas J., witnesses gift of
Sibley Charity, 2. 498.

Kilham, Daniel, biog. note, 16.
317 n. ; mentioned in J. Q. Adams's
diary (1787-88), 317, 329-331, 354,
356, 360-362, 365-368, 375, 385,
386, 395, 403, 425, 442; member
of General Court, 332; and ratifi-
cation of Constitution, 340, 352;
Adams's opinion, 359; fails of re-
election, 390.

Killam, Austin, removes to Chelms-
ford (1655), 12. 323.

KiUigrew, Henry, Bermuda estate,

13. 49.

Killingworth, Robert, exile in Am-
sterdam (1601), 6. 64.

Killingworth, Conn., in 1795, 3. 44.

Kimball. See also Kemble.

Kimball, Captain, in Boston society
(1768), 10. 70.

Kimball, Andrew, of Brookfield, 7.
386.

Kimball, Benjamin, of Brookfield, 7.
386, 398.

Kimball, Capt. Benjamin, killed in
Sullivan's expedition, 2. 464.

Kimball, Caleb, captured (1758), 6. 33.

Kimball, Rev. Daniel, tutor, 10. 210;
mentioned, 17. 511.



Kimball, Deborah, drowned, 1. 151,

14. 18.
Kimball, Edmund, Commencement

part (1814) and biog. note, 5. 179,

179 n.
Kimball, Harriet W. [Mrs. Wash-
burn], 17. 511.
Kimball, Henry C, academy, 17. 512.
Kimball, Jacob, and Harvard degree

(1788), 16. 441.
Kimball, Moses, Boston Museum,

19. 8.
Kimball, Rev. True, mentioned in

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

301, 319, 447; as preacher, 302;

biog. note, 302 n.
Kimble. See Kemble.
Kimp. See Kemp.
Kinardsley, Clement, exploded coat

of arms, 2. 251.
Kindall. See Kendall.
Kinderhook, N. Y., troops at (1760),

4. 389; in 1777,6. 100.

King, , to establish Boston

market (1686), 13. 271.
King, , of Va., and Jay Treaty, 15.

152.
King, Mrs., of Newport (1760), 7.

345.
King, Charles R., letter on King

Papers, 4. 67.
King, Capt. Daniel, in Phips's Quebec

expedition, 15. 299.
Kng, Edward, ignores last royal veto,

5. 158.

King, James G., Commencement part

(1810) and biog. note, 5. 175, 175 n.
King, Bishop John, and Legate, 3.

156, 158.
King, Rev. John G., Greek Church, 3.

36.
King, John Glen, subscription to

Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342;

D K oration (1820), 9. 117; biog.

note, 117 n.
King, Sergeant (?) Joshua, in Am.

army (1777), 6. 93, 99, 102.
King, Sir Peter, and last royal veto,

5. 159, 160.
King, Lieut. (?) Philip, in campaign

of 1760, 4. 391.
King, Rufus, at Morrisania, 2. 8;

papers, 4. 67; student of The-

ophilus Parsons, 16. 299 n. ; and

ratification of Constitution, 349;

and Miranda, 20. 283.
King, Sarah K. [Mrs. Hale], 12. 484.
King, Thomas, juror (1789), 19. 180.
King, Thomas Starr, Frothingham's

tribute, 1. 387.



238



KING-KINSMAN



King, William R., length of service
in Senate, 10. 10.

Iving and Queen County, Va., name
as royal memorial, 4. 250.

King George, privateer (1749), 5. 95.

King George County, Va., name as
royal memorial, 4. 250.

King George III., Salem inn, 4. 244.

King George's Head, New York inn,
4.'248.

King George's War, papers on, in
Parkman MSS., 4. 46; briefs in
Brit, prize cases, 5. 85-101 : prep-
aration against Canada (1746), 6.
250 ; scout for Indians in Northern
Mass. (1748), 430-432; Belcher
on Louisburg, 9. 13 ; siege of Louis-
burg, 11. 423-446; papers on Can-
ada expedition (1747), 12. 45-50.

King Philip's War, Indians sold into
slavery, 1. 411, 12. 403; Church's
History, 3. 428 n. ; eds. of Hub-
bard's Narrative, 4. 13-21, 199-
206, 9. 440-441; instructions to
Henchman, 8. 65-67; Hutchin-
son's defeat, 280, 12. 387; Mather's
Brief History, 9. 437; Tompson's
poem on, 10. 26-3-272; contemp.
books on, 345-352; Orders of
General Court on friendly Indians,
12. 401; on desertion of frontier,
402; on disbursements, 402; on
soldiers' fines, 402; Mather's diary
on progress, 13. 490-406.

King William County, Va , name as
royal memorial, 4. 250.

King William's School, Annapolis,
4. 250.

King Wilham's War, Indian attacks,
1. 150-152, 7. 153, 154, 1,57, 158,
160, 165, 167; French cruisers, 1.
151 ; watch in Mass., 161-163, 14.
30-31; Port Royal in 1795, 3. 65;
papers on, in Parkman MSS., 4.
46; papers concerning Conn, in,
6. 295. 296, 303; Phips's expedi-
tions, 7. 154-156, 15. 281-320;
Orders of Mass. General Court en-
couraging enhstments (1690, '96),
9. 484-485, 17. 45; Albany con-
ference (1690), 9. 486; Mass.
proclamation on (1691), 490; con-
temp, books on, 10. 356-359;
Order on trade at Port Royal
(1691), 12. 284; record of Mass.
com. on preparations (1690), 13.
334; Winthrop's expedition, 15.
305, 316.

Kingerby, Ellen (Wheelwright), 8.
508.



Kingerby, Thomas, of Wainfleet,

Eng. (1612), 8. 508.
Kingfisher, Brit, frigate (1686), 7. 149.
Ivingman, , of Reed's Mass.

regt., death (1776), 12. 102.
Kingman's Tavern, Easton, 10. 47.
King's Arms Tavern, Albany, 4. 248.
King's Arms .Tavern, Boston, 4. 243,

id. 46.
King's Arms Tavern, Salem, 4. 244.
King's Arms Tavern, Worcester, 4.

244.
Iving's Bridge, N. Y., name as royal

memorial, 4. 247.
Iving's Chapel, Boston, photog. of

interior, 3. 283; royal emblems, 4.

240, 244 ; eminence, 8. 242 ; Foote's

pastorate and Annals, 242-245,

250; bicentenary, 246.
lung's County, N. Y., name as royal

memorial, 4. 247.
lung's County, R. I., name as royal

memorial, 4. 245.
King's Creek, N. H., name as royal

memorial, 4. 244.
King's Head, Boston inn, 4. 243.
King's Head, Salem inn, 4. 244.
King\ Meadow, prize case, 5. 91-92.
King's Mountain, N. C, name aa

royal memorial, 4. 251.
King's Province. See Narragansett

Country.
Kingsbury, Henry, servant of Gov.

Winthrop, 13. 60 n.
Kingsland, Ellen (Carlisle), Pilgrim

at Leyden, 17. 178.
Kingsland, James, Pilgrim at Leyden,

17. 178.
Kingsley, William L., on Clap's ad-
ministration at Yale, 13. 122.
Kingston, , innkeeper at Van-

telbuck, N. J. (1804), 2. 33.
Kingston, Mass., photog. of Brad-
ford house, 8. 21.
Kingstown, Mass. See Palmer.
Kingstown, N. H., name as royal

memorial, 4. 244.
Kingstown, N. J., name as royal

memorial, 4. 248.
Kingstown, N. Y., name as royal

memorial, 4. 247.
Kinnersley, Ebenezer, salary at

Philadelphia Academy (1754), 7.

340; biog. note, 340 n.
Kinnersley, William, at Philadelphia

Academy, 7. 341.
Kinnison, David, and Tea Party, 10.

479.
Kinsman, Ensign John, at siege of

Boston, 9. 83' 84.



KIRBY-KNTGHT



239



Kirby. See also Kyrbie.

Kirby, Mrs., innkeeper in Va. (1804),

2. 23.

Kirby, Ephraim, in Am. Rev., 4. 295;
Lyman controversy, 19. 198.

Kirby, Francis, account for goods
(1634), 11. 3.

Kirby, Ruth (Marvin), makes car-
tridges, 4. 294, 29.5.

Kirk, Edward N., port., 9. 28.

Kirk, John Foster, M.H.S. tribute
to, 18. 379.

Kirk, \^■illiam, of Ga., 20. 518.

Ivirke, Col. Percy, and governorship
of Mass., 13. 224.

Kirkland, Elizabeth (Cabot), foreign
letters (1829-32), 19. 440-504; on
voyage, 441; Paris, 441-443; Italy,
443-450,456-458; Sicily, 450-453 ;
Roman carnival, 453-456; Eng-
land, 458-466, 475-479: railway
ride, 465; Ireland, 466-468; Scot-
land, 469-475; plans for Levantine
trip, 476; descent from Sebastian
Cabot, 477; on opening of Parlia-
ment, 478; Morocco, 479-483;
Corfu, 483-488; Pres. Jackson,
485; Malta, 488-491; Egvpt, 491-
495; Holy Land. 495-500; Smyrna,
500; Turkey, 501-504.

Kirldand, Jerusha [Mrs. Lothropl,

3. 161.

Ivirkland, Jerusha (Bingham), 9.
144.

Kirkland, John Thornton, and S. K.
Lothrop, 3. 162; at Harvard Com-
mencements (1811-27), 5. 175-
111, 180, 187-189, 191-196; greet-
ing to Lafayette, 191; reprinted
M.H.S. paper, 6. 236; memoir
of Benj. Lincoln, 7. 123: Asst.
Librarian M.H.S. (1798), 8. 343;
Librarian (1798-1806), 343: junior
member M.H.S., 9. 94; Pres. of
B K, 111, 112; no M.H.S. me-
moir, 143; Pierce's sketch, 144-
157; death, 144; birth and an-
cestry, 144; Indian name, 144;
education, 144-145; divinity
studies, 145; as college tutor, 145;
devotional exercises, 146; pas-
torate, 146; theology, 147; as
preacher, 147-148; greatest dis-
courses, 148-149; honorary de-
gree, 149; as Pres. of Harvard,
149-151, 153; paralysis, 151, 155;
marriage, 151, 154 n.; resigna-
tion, \5l\ travel, 151, 19. 440-
540 [see Kirkland, Elizabeth]; de-
cline, 9. 152; funeral and memorial



services, 152-154; character, 154;
publications, 15.5-157; monument,
157; — at Plymouth anniversary
(1820), 10. 394; mentioned in J.
Q. Adams's diary (1787-88), 16.
336, 340; exhibition part (1788),
431; Greenough's bust, 19. 448;
audience with Pope, 456; letter
(1830) on revolution in France,
Glasgow Univ. installation, 468.

Kirkland, Rev. Samuel [1], 3. 161, 9.
144; Lothrop's biog., 3. 177; and
Indians (1775), 17. 305.

Kirkland, Samuel [2], Commencement
part (1803), 5. 169; biog. note,
^169 7?.

Kjrkwood, James, works on Boston
defences (1814), 14. 151; char-
acterized, 152.

Kirtland, Lieut. Martin, at siege of
Boston, 9. 79.

Kittera, Thomas, at Harvard Com-
mencement (1828), 5. 199.

Kittery, Me., Indian attack (1697),

1. 151; not port of entry (1686),

13. 264; organization of church,
17. 88.

Kittle. See Kettle.

Kittredge, Doctor, of Tewksbury

(1787), 1. 309.
Kittredge, George L., on Sewall's

mnemonic lines, 13. 320.
Kittredge. Dr. Thomas, 16. 407;

biog. note, 407 n.
Kitts. See Keetch.
Klock, Col. Jacob, of Mohawk Valley,

2. 445, 446; and Indian alarms,
448, 4.50.

Knapp, Elizabeth M. (Mansfield | Wil-
liams), 5. 3.

Knapp, Frederick B., search for re-
mains of Miles Standish, 4. 375.

Knapp, Jacob N., boarding-school,
4. 414.

Knapp, John, 0KB poem (1804),
9. Ill; biog. note, 111 n.

Knapp, John F., Webster on trial,

14. 407.

Knapp, Capt. Moses, in Saratoga cam-
paign, 6. 96.

Knapton, , of L. I. (1677), 4.

287.

Kneeland, Mrs., of Roxburv, death
(1703), 14. 22.

Kneeland, Mrs., of Boston (1762), 7.
387.

Kneeland, William, admitted to First
Church in Cambridge, 5. 406.

Knight, , tavern-keeper near

Portland (1776), 2. 305.



240



KNIGHT-LADD



Knight, Lieutenant, mortally wounded

at Lexington, 5. 395.
Ivnight, Alexander, petition (1637),

3. 199.
Knight, Charles, ignores last royal

veto, 5. lo8.
Ivnight, Rev Cyrus F., acknowledg-
ment to, 4. 249 n.
Knight, John [1], of Newbury, loyal

petition (1666), 6. 471.
Knight, John [2], loyal petition

(1666), 6. 471.
Knight, John, subscribes to Mer-
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 208.
Knight, Joseph, plan of land grant

(1684), 9. 193, 194; suit (1686),

13. 277.
Knight, Lucy, J. Q. Adams on, 16.

380, 382, 383, 385; Adams's

verses on, 399, 400.
Knight, Nehemiah R., length of

service in Senate, 10. 10.
Knight, Richard, loyal petition (1666),

6. 471.
Knight, Robert, Va. trade (1651), 3. 6.
Knight, Thomas, leaves Boston

(1775), 10. 92.
Knill, (?) Philip, of Charlestown

(1691), 7. 158.
Knollys, Rev. Hansard, record of

institution (1631), 8. 507, 517.
Knott, Capt. Andrew, in Phips's

Quebec expedition, 15. 306. 311.
Know-Nothingism, in Mass., 11. 392-

393.
Knowles. See also Noel, Noles.
Knowles,tSir Charles, prize case( 1752),

5. 97-98; and Canada expedition
(1747), 12. 46-49.

Knowles, Rev. John, at Watertown,

2. 47; mission to Va., 10. 281, 282.

Knowling, W., exile in Amsterdam,

6. 56.

Knowlton, Lieutenant, in campaign
of 1760, 5. 380.

Knowlton, Lieut. (?) Thomas, in
Phips's Quebec expedition, 15. 288.

Knox, Henry, pre-Rev. militia com-
mand, 1. 251; report on size of
Continental army, 2. 205; false
report concerning (1775), 7. 412;
marriage, 10. 84; Savage's port.,
19. 6, 8, 15.

Knox, Lucy (Flucker), marriage,
10. 84 ; drawing and costume of
(1792), 11. 197.

Knox, Robert, sailing-master, on place
of Chesapeake-Shannon fight, 1. 377.

Knox, Thomas, of N. Brun. (1785),
3.83.



Ivnox, Thomas W., port., 8. 196.
Knox, Vicessimus, on Gibbon, 16.

398 n.; J. Q. Adams on Liberal

Edtication, 400.
Knutting. See also Nutting.
Knutting, William, absentee loyalist,

10. 164.
Knutton, John, 2. 241.
Knyvet, Edmund, 2. 406. _
Knyveton, George, exile in Amster-
dam, 6. 56.
Konnecke, Gustav, archivist at

Marburg, 3. 219.
Kohl, John George, research and

maps on discoveries in Am., 7. 84;

wrong done to, by late pub., 85;



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