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17. 475; Baltimore riot, 19. 375,
378; information on Washington,
378, 384; and Greene, 20. 114.



Lee, Henry [1], career, 19. 229.

Lee, Henry [2], on com. on aid for
H. F. Waters, 1. 249, 252 ; on trial
of Ursuline Convent rioter, 3. 219;
on H. W. Foote, 4. 381; on Chas.
Deane, 5. 137; on Chas. Devens,
6. 291-294; on Phillips Brooks, 8.
81-83; on O. W. Holmes, 9. 163-
166; on R. C. Winthrop, 224-227;
on E. R. Hoar, 325-329; commu-
nicates letters of Jon. Sewall, 10.
407-427; remarks, 440; M.H.S.
tributes to, 12. 352-359; during
Civil War, 352, 358, 19. 236-241;
in old age, 12. 353; success, 354;
in M.H.S., 355; appearance, 356,
19. 255; traits and character, 12.
356, 358, 19. 248-254 ; writings, 12.
3.56, 19. 242, 253, 254 ; and Harvard,
12. 357, 19. 24,5-247; in business,
12. 357, 19. 231; hist, spirit, 12.
357; religion, 358, 19. 256; me-
moir assigned to J. E. Cabot, 12.
359; to J. T. Morse, 18. 264;
backs Waters's genealogical re-
searches, 15. 478; Memoir by J.
T. Morse, 19. 228-257; port, and
AUTOG., 228; ancestry, 228-230;
birth, 230; in college, 230; free-
trader, 232; banker, 232, 256;
safety- vaults, 232; dramatic in-
terests, 23,3-235 ;_ marriage, 235;
antebellum politics, 236; public
positions and interests, post-war
politics, 241-245; refuses honorary
degree, 247; as Bostonian, 247 ; as
conversationalist, 250 ; character-
ization of contemporaries, 251-253;
and Theo. Parker, 256 ; opposition
to Span. War, 256; death, 257.

Lee, John, debt to Mercer, 2. 157.

Lee, John C, banking, 19. 232.

Lee, Judge Joseph [d. 1802], and im-
portation of tea, 10. 80; J. Q.
Adams on, 16. 303.

Lee, Joseph, [d. 1831], career, 19. 229.

Lee, Josephine,* Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 174.

Lee, Lois (Orne), 19. 229.

Lee, Ludwell, elected to Assembly
(1787),_17. 457.

Lee, Maria (Nash), Pilgrim at Ley-
den, 17. 174.

Lee, Martha (Mellowes), 19. 229.

Lee, Mary [Mrs. Tracy], 16. 396 n.,
397 n.

Lee, Mary (Jackson), 19. 230.

Lee, Nathaniel, insanity, 3. 26.

Lee, Rebecca (Phips), i6. 303.

Lee, Richard Bland, congressional



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candidacy (1795), 15. 149, 150;
and Va. Assembly (1787), 17. 457.

Lee, Richard Henry, Signer, 1. 282;
and Silas Deane, 3. 123; and peace
negotiations (1779), 4. 48-49; and
intercolon. Corns, of Corresp., 82;
and authorship of petition (1775),
6. 69; demagogue, 15. 121; sena-
torial and gubernatorial candidacy
(1788), 124; and national theory
of Constitution, 16. 166; opposi-
tion to Constitution, 17. 475, 481,
490, 495; in Va. Assembly (1781),
19. 123, 126, 133.

Lee, Robert E., ports., 8. 196, 12. 189;
"Evacuating Lee," 10. 436; order
on pillaging, 19. 338; Grant and
Butler (1864), 342-356; Appomat-
tox campaign, 20. 87-112 [see Appo-
mattox]; Butler suggests trial of,
428; C. F. Adams and centenary,
550-556; services to nation at
Appomattox, 553-555.

Lee, Rose [Mrs. Saltonstall], 11. 341.

Lee, Samuel, Pilgrim at Leyden, 17.
174.

Lee, Rev. Samuel, Increase Mather
on, 8. 347; Joy of Faith, 9. 473
Contemplations on Mortality, 514
cat. of hbrary (1683), 10. 541-543
career, 544.

Lee, Sidney, elected a corresp. mem-
ber M.H.S., 18. 123.

Lee, Thomas [1], subscribes to Mer-
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 207;
obituary, 19. 229.

Lee, Thomas [2], career, 19. 229.

Lee, Thomas, letter introducing, to
Franklin (1788), 4. 302._

Lee, Thomas S., and ratification of
Constitution, 17. 484, 504.

Lee, Tryphosa [Mrs. Tracy], 17. 183.

Lee, C/i. J. William, of Eng., papers,
5. 85.

Lee, William, bookseller. See Ley.

Lee, William [d. 1795], and Silas
Deane, 3. 124.

Lee, William, letter from Wm. Duane
(1824) appeal for office, 20. .384.

Lee, Col. William R., in Civil War, 7.
39-41.

Lee, privateer, 1. 18; exploits, 21.

Lee house, Cambridge, 14. 291.

Leeke, William, of Eng. (1665), 13.
19.

Leete, William, and Cromwell's West
Indian expedition, 16. 500-502.

Lefavre, N., Wm. Duane on, 20. 303.

Lefevre, , Haitian planter, fidel-
ity of slaves, 2. 323, 331, 364.



Leffingwell, Ensign Elisha, at siege of
Boston, 9. 48, 53, 57, 59, 62, 63,
72, 75, 77, 79, 81, 87-91.

Lefroy, Sir John H., and Old Provi-
dence Island, 13. 7.

Legal papers. See Deeds, Fees, Part-
nership, Wills.

Legate, Bartholomew, burning of,

3. 156, 158.

Legg, Samuel, death (1707), 1. 158.

Legislation. See Laws, Legislature.

Legislature, royal instructions con-
cerning provincial, 8. 9.5-96, 99;
rise of representation, 16. 239;
danger from power, 240-242; su-
premacy in Mass., 242-247. .See
also Congress, General Court, Gov-
ernment, Legislation, Parliament,
and colonies by name.

Leib, James R., Commencement part
(1826), 5. 195; biog. note, 195 n.

Leib, Michael, and Pa. politics (1802),
20. 297; andWm. Duane, 335; and
Philadelpliia postmastership, 365-
368.

Leicester, , of Boston (1640), 4.

315.

Leicester, Thomas W. Coke, 1st earl
of, visit to (1831), 19. 475.

Leicester, Mass., inn (1760), 4. 388.

Leicester Academy, 2. 90, 93; anec-
dote of coeducation, 7. 32 n.

Leif Ericson, sources on Vinland
voyage, 4. 42; probability and
date, 43, 5. 333, 7. 353-354.

Leigh, Benjamin W., Letters of
Algernon Sidney, 14. 344 n.

Leighton, Rev. Alexander, convic-
tion and indemnity, 10. 304, 306.

Leiper, Thomas, as security, 20. 311;
and Wm. Duane, 346, 347.

Leishman, , and Priestley, 3. 17.

Leisler, Jacob, reversal of attainder,
1. 89, 91; Boston comment on
trial, 7. 157; contemp. imprints
on, 12. 394, 17. 17.

Leiter, Levi Z., Franklin-Hartley
map owned by, 4. 60.

Leizelt, Balthazar Frederic, "Views"
of New York and Quebec, 9. 169.

Leland, Rev. John, Isaac Watts on, 9.
408.

Leland, Charles G., on Indian legends,
1. 71.

Lemercier, Chevalier, letters to Levis,

4. 97.

Lemercier de Jjongpr^. See Haussez.
Lemon, Clement, succored by Cr&ve-

coeur, 20. 47. 52, .53.
Lemon, Robert, and map of North-



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249



eastern boundary, 3. 368; certifies
records of Dudley's Council, 13. 285.

Le Moyne d' Iberville, Pierre, etching,
8. 197.

Lenox, James, and maps in John
Smith's works, 4. 14; and Hub-
bard's map of N. Eng., 16, 17; and
Chas. Deane, 7. 52, 58,. 62.

Lenox Library, Milton Papers, 1. 201 ;
De Bry Collection, 201; copies of
Smith's Generall Historic, 9. 188,
189.

Lenthal, Robert, report of conference
with elders (1639), 4. 1.59.

Leo XIII., on discovery of America
and Catholicism, 8. 30.

Leon y Pizarro. See Pizarro.

Leonard, Doctor, of Eng., in V. S.
(1788), 16. 436, 4.38.

Leonard, Rei\ Abiel, sermons in Am.
army (1775), 12. 85, 86.

Leonard, Abigail, book owned by,
17. 49.

Leonard, Daniel, guest of Old Colony
Club, 3. 393, 397, 399, 408, 409.
412, 413, 429, 431, 444; on Mass.
Com. of Corresp., 4. 82, 84, 85;
port., 109; position in Mass., 6.
251; Massachusettensis papers,
253-254, 399; Chief Justice of
Bermuda, 254; memorial on dif-
ficulties and emoluments (1784),
255-257 ; mandamus councillor,
10. 87; addresses to Hutchinson
and Gage (1778), 14. 50 n., 51/2.;
mobbed, 16. 288.

Leonard, Elisha C, gift to M.H.S., 4.
109.

Leonard, Elkanah, Mass. lawyer
(1732), 19. 29.

Leonard, Mrs. Frederick S., ac-
knowledgment to, 20. 596 n.

Leonard, George [d. 1826], expedition
to Martha's Vineyard (1779), 3.
84-88; port., 4. 109; absentee
loyalist, 10. 164.

Leonard, George [H. C. 1748], candi-
dacy for Congress, 16. 20.

Leonard, John, exile in Amsterdam
(1600), 6. 64.

Leonard, John, death (1699), 14. 19.

Leonard, Lieut.-Col. Nathaniel, at
siege of Boston, 9. 61, 76.

Leonard, Robert, accused of counter-
feiting, 18. 261.

Leonard, Silas, at siege of Boston,
9. 66.

Leopard, Francis, killed at Wyo-
ming (1778), 3. 345.

Leopard, R. I. packet (1789), 16. 457.



Leopold of Naples, Prince, in Flor-
ence (1829), 19. 444.

Lepisma, as book worm, 8. 107.

Le Ray de Chaumont and Nini, 20.
29; and Franklin, 29.

Lernett, Anna, birth, 12. 329.

Lernett, Benoni, baptism, 12. 329.

Lernett, Isaac [1], removes to Chelms-
ford (1654), 12. 322-324; death,
324; deacon, 326; children, 329.

Lernett, Isaac [2], baptism, 12. 324;
birth, 329.

Lernett, Mrs. Mary, joins Chelms-
ford church (1656), 12. 325.

Lernett, Mary, birth, 12. 329.

Lernett, Sarah, birth, 12. 329.

Lernett. William, birth, 12. 329.

Le Roy, Daniel, 19. 531.

Le Sage, , killed in Haiti, 2.

320 n.

Lescarbot, Marc, on settlement on
St. Croix Island, 3. 353, 355-357.

Lesdernier. See Delesdernier.

Leslie. See also Lasley.

Leslie, Col. Alexander, in Boston
society, 10. 37; Salem expedition
(1775), 17. 295.

Leslie, Brit, ship (1779), 3. 87.

Lesqueraux, Leo, and Washington
runic inscription, 4. 59.

Lester, Edward, killed at Wyoming
(1778), 3. 345.

Le Testu, Guillaume, map, 7. 306.

Lethered, Thomas, sea-captain (1714),
15. 329.

L'Etombe, Sieur de, consul at Boston
(1788), 16. 451, 451 n.

Letter from a Gentleman of N. Y., 12.
394.

Letter to a member of Hoiise of Repre-
sentatives (1736), authorship, 12.
435-450; text; 450-456.

Letters, of Jas. Abercrombie (1775)
on Lexington, 11. 305; of Abigail
Adams (1775-1812), 3. 275, 8. '60,
12. 272, 16. 461 n.; of John Adams
(1787-1823), 3. 89, 8. 91-93, 13.
311, 16. 410 n., 17. 364; of J. Q.
Adams (1787-1837), 4. 62-65, 10.
377-392, 12. 288-292, 16. 358-362,
463, 533 {see also under Docu-
ments]; of Edw. Bacon to Geo.
Watson (1775), 12. 345; of Geo.
BancrofttoG.E.Ellis(1839),6.297;
of Wm. Barry (1828) on Gottingen,
2. 34; of Jon. Belcher (1748), 9.
12-17; of Wm. Bentley (1804) on
chaplaincy, 8. 58; of G. T. Bigelow
and H. V. Somerville (1830-32), 5.
463-468; of J. W. Blake (1814) on



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Lundy's Lane, 6. 257-259 ; of AUes
Blower to Thos. Dudley, 10. 1 15; of
John Boade to Winthrop (1648), 2.
157; on Boston Port iMU (1774),
481-486; of Jas. Bowdoin (1775-
90), 4. 302, 8. 289-290, 11. 178, 12.
143-145; of J. W. Bradbury
(1882) on Longfellow, 20. 563; of
Gamaliel Bradford (1807), 12.
252; of Dudley Bradstreet (1706)
on frontier towns, 128; of Thos.
Browne to Winthrop (1G58), 8.
287; of Peter Bulkley (1677), 14.
213-215; of C. J. Burget (1885),
2. 140; of G. J. Burns (1893) on
Nonacoicus, 8. 211; autobiog., of
Wm. Chamberlin (1827), 10. 491-
506; of Chas. Chauncy (1774), 8.
288; of Chulalonkorn (1883), 1.
32; of Clarendon to Winthrop
(1664, '65), 13. 455-456; of David
Cobb to Bowdoin (1786), 1. 76; of
Wm. Coffin to Pepperrell (1746),
6. 250 ; of Cogswells and Thompsons
(1653-61), 17. 77-87; on Congre-
gational churches in N. S. (1769),
4. 67-73; of Jas. Craik (1780) on
Am. armv, 15. 362; of J. L. M.
Curry (1889) on G W. Erving, 5.
17-32; of Thos. Gushing (1775),
8. 61; of Lord Cutts to Dudley
(1693-1700), 2. 171-192; of R. H.
Dana, Jr. (1841), 6. 398; of Em-
manuel Downing (163.3-34), 8.
383-387; of Jas. Downing (1637),
14. 272; of Lucy Downing (1678),
10. 187; of Wm. Duane (1800-34),
20. 260-394; of Jer. Dummer
(1716), 4. 192 ; of Timothy Dmght,
Sr. (1771), 13. 124; of Jon. Ed-
wards (1743, '44), 10. 429, 15. 8,
12-14; autobiog., of G. W. Erving
(1843), 5. 9-16; of Edw. Everett
(1861), 1. 206; of Everett and
John Hutchinson (1843), 165; of
Everett to Story (1831-32), 15.
204-210; of Fellows of Harvard
to Winthrop (1672), 4. 265; of
Natl. Folsom (1756, '76), 18. 243,
318-322; of French officers to
Cincinnati (1789, '97), 6. 160-164;
of Benj. Frobisher (1784) on
boundary, 3. 369; of Saml. Gar-
man (1893) on book worms, 8.
106; of Jas. Gordon and Wm.
Martin (1752-65), 13. .381-396;
of John Hancock (1785), 8. 63;
of John Haynes (1655-63), 1. 118-
131; of Margaret Heathcote to
Winthrop (1665), 5. 105; of Hes-



sian mercenary (1782), 4. 2-12;
of Anne Higginson to Winthrop
(1631), 6. 424; of Mehetabel Hig-
ginson (1775-83), 10. 4,35-462;
of Stephen Higginson (1784-1805),
8. 175-181; of H. A. Hill and
Earl Russell (1875) on Treaty
of Washington, 17-18; of Wm.
Hilton to Winthrop (1633, '37),
10. 361-362; of E. A. Hitchcock
(1905) on Washington Oak, 19.
297-299; of E. R. Hoar and
Elizabeth C. Agassiz (1894), 9.
312-315; of Thos. Hooker (1637),
6. 425; of O. W. Holmes (1881, '92),
8. 21, 18. 346; of Huntington
family (1775), 7. 354-360; of
Gov. Hutchinson (1765-73), 18.
242, 20. 535-537; of Thos. Jeffer-
son (1785-1825), 6. 174, 12. 267-
272, 13. 312, 14. 395-398, 17. 225,
372; of Robt. Johnson (1801) on
Boston, 7. 455-457; of Jos. Jones
to Madison (1787-1802), 15. 116-
161, 17. 474, 487, 490-496, 509;
of Jas. Kave (1661) to John Cogs-
well, 80; of J. P. Kennedy (1S61),
1. 207; of Jas. Kent and Story
(1819-46), 14. 413-424; of Mrs.
J. T. Kirkland (1829-32), 19. 440-
504; of Rich. Leader to Winthrop
(1648-60), 3. 190-197; of Rich.
Lechmere (1774), 16. 285-290; of
Saml. Locke (1760), 18. 257; of
London merchants on Declaratory
Act (1766), 11. 446-448; of Jos.
Lord (1733), 4. 311-313; of Anna
C. Lowell to Mrs- Anne Grant
(1809-10), 18. 302-307; of J. R.
Lowell (1884) on E. B. Jar\'is,
1. 229; of Thos. Lyon and connec-
tions (1647-1701), 6. 2-20; various
to Madison and Jefferson (1787-
88) on Ratification in Va., 17.
451-510; autobiog., of Cornelius
Marchant (1838), 12. 198-200; of
John Marshall to Story (1819-34),
14. 320-360; on Mass. charter
(1691), 215-217; of Increase Mather
(1690-99), 8. 344-348; of Me-
nendez (1565-66), 416-468; of
Mignet to Winthrop (1867), 1. 141;
of Comte de Paris (1884), 64; of
Jas. Parker and others to Frank-
lin (1741-73), 16. 186-232; ^of
Henry Pelliam to Revere (1770)
on engraving, 8. 227: of Edmund
Pendleton (1765-82), 19. 107-167;
of T. H. Perkins (1852) on Wash-
ington Monument, 2. 141; on



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251



Perry's expedition (1853), 258-
261; of Henry Phillips (1729), 18.
241; of Wm. Phips (1693), 1. 340-
342; of Pond (1631) on N. Eng.,
8. 471-473; of John Porter (1803)
on Winthrop Papers, 140; of
Oliver Prescott (1787) on Shays's
Rebellion, 4. 158; of Rich. Price
(1767-90), 17. 262-378; of Jos.
Priestley (1775-1800), 3. 13-40;
of J. Rogers and others to Mather
(1683), 10. 202; of John Rogers
(1815) on naval commanders, 4.
20V; of Natl. Saltonstall (1675),
10. 193; of Rich. Saltonstall (1631),
8. 208; of Thos. Savage (1672) on
Boston defences, 12. 197; of Sarah
Sever (1776) on burning of Castle,
2. 158; of Jon. Sewall (1773-85),
10. 408-427; of Susanna Sheaffe
(1775) on Boston, 9. 10; of Thos.
Shepard to John Winthrop, 5. 104 ;
of H. J. Smith (1901) on an en-
graving, 15. 365; of Natl. Spooner
(1813) on Chesapeake fight, 1. 374-
376; of Rich. Steele to Dudley
(1700), 3. 201; of Jos. Story to
Webster (1827), 14. 412; to others
(1831-43), 15. 216-224; of C. P.
Sumner to Story (1837-38), 202-
204; of Chas. Sumner to Story
(1837-38), 210-216; of Sylvester
family (1653-83), 4. 269-291 ; of S.
R. Thayer (1891) on Dutch medals,

7. 20-22; of Jon. Trumbull (1769),

8. 139; of John TuUey (1694), 7.
415; of Benj*. Vaughan (1782-83),
17. 409-4.38; of Virginia Co. (1609),
2. 244-246; of Mercy Warren
(1790). 12. 144; of Geo. Washing-
ton (1772-89), 143, 156, 272; of
Benj. Waterhouse (1829) on Latin,
6. 168; of Isaac Watts (1729-47),

9. 331-410, 12. 149-152 ; of Webster
to Everett, 15. 208 n.-209 n. ; to
Story (1816-42), 14. 399-412; to
others (1840-52), 15. 278-281, 18.
325; of Geo. Whitefield (1742-47),

10. 299-302, 427; of John Whit-
ing (1780) on Arnold's treason, 7.
451-454; of Wm. Whitwell (1770),
2. 121-122; of Robt. and Roger
Williams (1649, '72), 3. 256-259;
of Winslow family (1695, 1760-
90), 2. 229-242, 3. 04-94, 20. 559;
of John Winthrop, Jr. (1634-47),
8. 13-17, 11. 3; of Saml. Winthrop
(1645), 7. 13-17; of Stephen Win-
throp (1647), 11. 6. See also
Diaries, Documents.



Lever, Charles, on Civil War, 19. 336.

Leveret, CoZo?iei, admiralty suit (1776),
10. 102.

Leverett, Charles E., Harvard A.M.
(1848), 5. 255. _

Leverett, Frederick P., as teacher,
4.321; Lexicon, 9. 200-201.

Leverett, Hudson, attorney (1686),
19. 50.

Leverett, Gov. John, instructions to
Henchman (1676), 8. 65-67; Wil-
lard's funeral sermon on, 9. 449;
letter from Natl. Saltonstall
(1675), 10. 193; and Mather (1676),
13. 358 ; death, 407 ; and Cromwell's
West Indian expedition, 16. 500.

Leverett, Pres. John, and Port Royal
expedition, 1. 159; and First
Church in Cambridge, 5. 411;
auction and cat. of library, 10.
544; installation and election to
Harvard presidency, 14. 33, 16.
26 n.

Leverett, Sarah [Mrs. Byfield], boards
with Wadsworth, 4. 79.

Leverett, Sarah (Sedgwick), death,

1. 157.

Leverett, Thomas, at trial of Anne
Hutchinson, 4. 162, 163, 166, 171,
180, 182, 190; of Ann Hibbens
(1640), 316.

Leveridge, Rev. William, rumor of
college presidency, 1. 120; at Sand-
wich, 2. 48.

Leveson-Gower, Granville G. See
Granville.

Levett. See also Leavitt.

Levett, Christopher, patent and
settlement, 1. 232; Voyage into
New England, reprints, extant
copies, 6. 348, 9. 188.

Levi, Aaron, and Priestley, 3. 20,
24.

Levi, Robert, witnesses Sibley's wilK

2. 170.

L^vis, Frangois G., due de, letters in
Parkman MSS., 1. 361; papers on
French and Indian War, 4. 92-
101; history of papers, 93-94
journal of campaigns, 94-96, 100
battle of Sainte Foye, 95, 99
letters by, 96; journal of Mont-
calm's campaigns, 96; letters to,
97; relations of campaigns, 98;
instnictions by Montcalm and
Vaudreuil, 98 ; letters from French
court, 99, 100; milit. articles, 99;
pub. of papers, 4. 308; at Mont-
real (1760), 5. 376.

Levitation, instances, 20. 445-447.



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Lew, Barzillai, recruit (1760), 6.

426, 429.
Lew, Primus, of Groton, 6. 429.
Lewis, Messrs., of Eng., in Mass.

(1786), 17. 336.
Lewis, Charles, of Va., business

cliaracter, 15. 136.
Lewis, Daniel T., works on Boston
defences (1814), 14. 151; charac-
terized, 153.
Lewis, Elizabeth [Mrs. Goldthwait],

port., 14. 57.
Lewis, Ezekiel, absentee loyalist, 10.

164.
Lewis, Francis, Signer, 1. 282.
Lewis, Sir George Cornewall, and
mediation programme (1862), 18.
152, 20. 467.
Lewis, Hannah [Mrs. Hoppin], 3.

299.
Lewis, Job, subscribes to Merchants'

Notes (1733), 17. 208.
Lewis, John Allen, collection of early-
Boston imprints, 1. 13, 6. 40; on
John Foster, 4. 204.
Lewis, Morgan, in Am. Rev., 2.
452, 454, 461; as general (1813),
20. 362, 372.
Lewis, Shubael, drowned, 14. 27.
Lewis, Theda [Mrs. Ellis], 10. 208.
Lewis, Thomas, patent (1630), 1. 233
Lewis, Thomas, works on Boston de-
fences (1814), 14. 151.
Lewis, Winslow, on com. on Boston
bicentenary, 2. 220; subscription
to Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342.
Lex Mercntorm, 3. 391, 392 n.
Lexington, Robert Sutton, Sd baron,

office (1700), 3. 201. _
I^exington, Mass., services of Chas.
Hudson, 4. 31; Hudson's Histvry,
31. See also next title.
Lexington and Concord, battle of,
Bedford flag, 2. 165-167; paint-
ings, 3. 8; centenary, 4. 32; con-
temp, accounts, 5. 391-395, 10.
90-91, 11. 304-306, 12. 345. 17.
288-291, 296; losses, 5. 395-396;
order for return to Boston, 10.
20; commemoration of Acton
participants, 188-193; Groton
minutemen, 12. 77, 78, 103-105:
Pres. Langdon on, 18. 208-209:
Revere's ride, 20. 580-582.
Lexington Historical Society, and
Sandham's painting, 3. 8; ser-
vices of v.. G. Porter, 15. 62.
Ley, William, London bookseller

(1641), 12. 219.
Leyden, G. E. Ellis on, 10. 221;



members of Pilgrim Company in,
17. 167-184.
I/ibbie, Frederick J , gift to M.H.S.,

17. 230.
Libby Prison, views, 5. 451.
Liberia, move to enslave natives, 7.

264; Liberia Herald, 264.
Libertas Americana medal, 5. 349.
Liberty sloop, riot, 10. 67.
Liheriti, schooner on Chesapeake

(1781 , 6. 156.
Liberty, holiday to commemorate,

15. 510.
"Libertv," Savage's engraving, 19.

9, 17.'
Libraries, former mismanagement of
European public, 1. 266; services
of Vattemare, 266-269; proper
function of public, 270; titles and
analysis of Elder Brewster's, 3.
26.5-274, 5. 37-85; Aspinwall-
Barlow, 166, 313-320; Isaac Watts
on circulating, 9. 368; cats, of
private, in colon. Mass., 10. 540-
547, 17. 41-43. See also Biblio-
graphy, and libraries by name.
Library of Congress, law library
(18.32), 14. 349, 351; MS. Depart-
ment, 18. 335-340, 461-465; be-
ginning, 20. 262, 263; acquires
Stevens Index-Catalogue, 556-
559.
Library of M.H.S. — See also ana-
lyzed references under Green
(S. A.), Manuscripts. — Notable
accessions (1884), 1. 2, 31, 70, 131,
147, 172,200,223,252,335; (1885),
362, 365, 374, 2. 64, 70, 101, 118,
122, 139, 150, 154; (1886), 200,
257, 258, 261, 393, 3. 2, 56, 63,
97; (1887), 178,215,319,393,4.
46; (1888), 91, 92, 141, 157, 158;
(1889), 5. 2, 155; (1890), 430, 449;
(1891), 6. 351; (1892), 7. 454;
(1894), 9. 108; (1895), 10. 256, 292;
(1896), 441, 468, 472, 569, 11. 67,
179; (1899), 13. 129, 378; (1900),
424. 456; (1902), 15. 478, 16. 150,
25i; 291, 477; (1903). 17. 1, 229;
(1904), 18. 264, 392; (1905), 19.
168, 273, 304, 389, 394; annual
reports of Librarian (1884), 1.
171; (1885), 2. 70; (1886), 393;
(1887), 3. 281; (1S88\ 4. 107;
(1889), 349; (1890), 5. 449;
(1891), 6. 415; (1892), 7. 371;
(1893), 8. 195; (1894), 9. 24;
(1895). 10. 122; (1896\ 568;
(1897) 11. 331; (1898), 12. 187;
(1899), 13. 77; (1900), 14. 141;



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(1901), 15. 42: (1902), 16. 143;
(1903), 17. 228; (1904), 18. 286;
(1905), 19. 222; (1906), 20. 226;
fund for binding books and MSS.,
1. 172, 175, 19. 305; Savage Fund,
1. 174; Latham Collection, 200;
book-plates, 200, 8. 315-320, 335,
337, 11. 68, 13. 163; list of donors
(1884-1907), 1. 413, 2. 509, 3. 445,
4. 419, 5. 483. 6. 521, 7. 467, 8. 563,
9. 551, 10. 597, 11. 451, 12. 501, 13.
457, 14. 485, 15. 539, 16. 539, 17.
533, 18. 473, 19. 567, 20. 597;
fund for cat. (1S60), 3. 295; corns.
(1887, '89), 318, 4. 367; suggested
amendment of by-laws on, 122,
123; by-laws on, 228-232 ; special
com. to examine (1889), 309, 366;
criticism of condition (1889), 344-
348; reports of special com.,
proposed improvements, 359-366,
382-383 ; improvements autho ized
and made, 383, 5. 285-286, 439;
books eliminated, 450, 6. 40, 18.
287, 19. 300; annual reports of com.
to examine (1890), 5. 453; (1891),
6. 417; (1892), 7. 370; (1893), 8.
197; (1894), 9. 37; (1895), 10. 136;
(1896), 571; (1900), 14. 145;
(1901), 15. 46; (1902), 16. 147;
(1903), 17. 231; (1904), 18. 288;
(190,5), 19. 225: (1906), 20. 231;
past sources of growth, 5. 453;
field, 454-456, 8. 198-199; cats., 6.

207, 217, 8. 324-327; Waterston
Library and Bequest, 171-173, 13.

208. 17. 235, 20. 83; character of
bindings, 8. 199; Dr. Green on
formation and gro\\'th, 312-344;
beginning, 312; locations, 313;
growth, 314; lost and recovered
vols., 314, 321-.324, 14. 171-173;
regulation of circulation, 8. 320;
maps loaned U. S. govt., 323 ; place-
marks, 327-329 ; recording of gifts,
329-331; treatment of pamphlets,
331-333; binding of newspapers,
334; bequests, 334-336; Prince
Library, 336; Hutchinson Papers,
337; open hours, 339; acknowledg-
ment of gifts, 340; loss bjy fire,
340; furniture, 341; gift of Louis
XVIII., 342; important additions,
342; "Archives," 343; Librarians
and Assistants, 343-344 ; — early
Am. imprints in (to 1700), 9, 410-
533, 11. 19-22, 12. 27-3-279, 380,
17. 13-30; author list of such
imprints, 9. 534-540, 12. 420, 17.
73; disposal of certain books ad-



vocated, 10. 571, 16. 147; Sibley
Collection, 11. 67; Winsbr Collec-
tion, 12. 32, 13. 161-163; arrange-
ment in new building, 120; sepa-
rate collections criticized, 15. 47;
stack system proposed, 47; need
of purchasing fund, 49; short-
hand books, 16. 475-476; plan for
increased space, 19. 225; sale of
Audubon's Birds, 300; gift to,
returned, 20. 1.

License. See Drink.

Lidgett, Charles, escapes drowning,
12. 227; on trade com. (1686), 13.
248 ; Merrimac grant, 255.

Lidgett, Peter, death, 13. 364.

"Lie at hull," 19.274-275.

Life of Faith, authorship and eds.,
18. 468-471.

Light, Anna, exile in Amsterdam
(1609), 6. 56.

Light, Cicely [Mrs._ Bassett], 17. 181.

Light, Henry, exile in Amsterdam
(1609), 6. 56.

Light, Mrs. William, character, 19.
494.

Lightfoot, Lieut. Philip, duel (1781),

6. 141.

Lighthouse, , innkeeper at Bush-
town, Md. (1804), 2. 33.

Lightning, freak, 7. 148.

Lightwood, 2. 22.

Ligonier, Province of, 1. 232 ; Cleaves's
claim, 2. 157.

Ligonier, radeau on Lake Champlain
(1760), 4. 396, 5. 367, 368, 381.

Ligurians, imigrations, 12. 108, 109.

Lilbume, John, conviction and in-
demnity, 10, 304, 306.

Lillie, Edward [1], immigrant, 11. 121 ;
descendants, 122-123.

Lillie, Edward [? 2], wrecked (1697),

I. 151, 14. 32.

Lillie, Elizabeth S. [Mrs. Pierce],



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