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414-417; PORT., 414; birth and
death, 414; ancestry, 414; educa-
tion, 414; at Groton, 415; travel,
415; and law, 415; manufacturing



interests, 415; societies, 416; char-
acter, 416-417; as writer, 417; on
Thos. Aspinwall, 7. 38; Friday
Club, 14. 473, 16. 465; in Florence
(1829), 19. 446.

Amory, Mrs. WiHiam (Sears), 2. 429.

Ampaumet, Indian, at Fort Dummer
(1724), 6. 366, 370.

Amsterdam, relig. freedom in, 6.
42-43 ; congregations of Eng. non-
conformists, 43-45; records on
exiles, 45-47; list of Eng. exiles
(1597-1625), 47-64.

Amundsen, Roald, and Northwest
Passage, 20. 438.

Amusements, shows in Boston (1764-
76), 10. 28, 37; horse racing in
Mass. (1677), 12. 403; Spanish
bull-fight, 16. 471; James L's
Book of Sports, 19. 86-95; tab-
leaux, 423. See also Social life,
Theatre.

Anabaptists. See Baptists.

Ancient and Honorable Artillery
Company, revival after Revolution,
1. 251 ; and Gage's seizure of arms,
4. 193; presents commemorative
medal, 350; at centenary of Wash-
ington's inauguration, 371; 250th
Annual Record, 412; election ser-
mons (1672-1700), 9. 436, 443, 474,
515, 517, 521, 17. 31, 56.

Ancient wreck. See Wreck.

Andalusia, ride through (1868), 16.
471-474.

Anderson. See also Andrewson.

Anderson, David, death (1677), 7. 168.

Anderson, James, on com. on ad-
dress to Gage, 10. 86.

Anderson, John, death (1677), 7. 169.

Anderson, John, of Fredericksburg,
Va., business character, 15. 136.

Anderson, Major John F., anecdotes
of Sherman, 16. 467.

Anderson, William, tavern-keeper at
Chester, Pa., 2. 33, 19. 375.

Anderson's Bridge, Va. (1781), 6. 140.

Andover, Mass., Indian attack (1698),
1. 152; Maverick's account (1660),
235; in 1650, 2. 48; recruits
(1760), 6. 427; and Harvard Hall
(1677), 9. 101. _

Andover Theological Seminary, con-
troversy, 7. 99, 18. 299-301; in
1828, 14. 450; E. A. Park as pro-
fessor, 453-464; origin and creed,
455-461.

Andre, Haitian black, 2. 358.

Andre, John, and Parsons, 1. 250;
contemp. account of capture, 7.



ANDREW-ANGIER



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451 ; sketch of Margaret Shippen,
10. 292.

Andrew, J., briefs in prize cases
(1736-52), 5. 86, 88, 90, 101.

Andrew, John Albion, on John
Brown, 1. 219; preparation for
war, 3. 329, 19. 237; memoir, 6.
209; port, bequeathed to M.H.S.,
16. 265; as human-rights states-
man, 18. 378; and Henry Lee, 19.
236-241; Butler controversy, 239.

Andrew, Samuel, letter to Mather
(1683) on Commencement date, 10.
202.

Andrews. See also Andrus.

Andrews, Abraham, academy, 1. 381.

Andrews, Ammi, captured at Quebec,

2. 295.

Andrews, Anna [Mrs. Hill], 11. 189.

Andrews, Benjamin, at Boston dinner
(1776), 10. 103; shot (1779),
107.

Andrews, Benjamin H., Commence-
ment part (1830), 5. 202; biog.
notes, 202 n., 211 n.; Master's
oration (1833), 211.

Andrews, Bridget, 1. 137.

Andrews, Charles M., on origin of
Conn., 5. 271 n.; and Stevens In-
dex-Catalogue, 20. 557, 558

Andrews, Ebenezer, works on Boston
defences (1814), 14. 152.

Andrews, Ebenezer T., Boston es-
tate, 1. 315; subscription for
M.H.S. building, 3. 291.

Andrews, John, exile in Amsterdam
(1600), 6. 63.

Andrews, John, letters, 10. 12; on
Goldthwait, 14. 54.

Andrews, Rev. John, Harvard D. D.
(1824), 5. 192_; biog. note, 16. 295 n.,
300 n. ; mentioned in J. Q. Adams's
diary (1787-88), 295, 305, 309, 313,
339, 410, 415, 416, 423, 441, 448,
450, 452, 455; at B K (1787),
310; supplies at Newburyport,
414, 416, 442, 443, 445, 449; gift to
Harvard Library, 17. 58.

Andrews, Joseph, engravings by, 8.
149, 10. 126.

Andrews, Margaret (Wiggles worth),
16. 300 n.

Andrews, Robert, petition (1637),

3. 199.

Andrews, Samuel, and royal arms at
St. Andrews, N. Brun., 4. 255.

Andrews, Samuel P., Divinity School
part, 19. 364.

Andrews, Thomas, in Phips's Quebec
expedition, 15. 299.



Andrews, William, vestryman in Va.

(1635), 3. 5.
Andrews, William, of England (16G9),

1. 137.
Andrews, William S., Commencement

part (1812) and biog. note, 5.

176 n.
Andrews, William T., .Boston estate,

1. 315; subscription to Boston

dinner (1830), 6. 342.
Andrewson, Captain, on Delaware

River, N. J. (1781), 6. 159.
Andros, Sir Edmund, surveys and

maps made by order of, 2. 478, 8.

228-230; Natl. Sylvester on (1675),

4. 284; and Fitz-John Winthrop
(1677, '80), 287, 288; expected re-
turn to N. Y. (1682), 289; patent
to Winthrop (1680), 5. 306; con-
temp, accounts and imprints of
govt, and overthrow, 7. 149-150,
9. 478, 490, 12. 282-283, 13. 410-
411, 17. 18-19, 66; goes to Eng-
land, 7. 152; notice of arrival in
Boston (1687), 9. 473; proclama-
tion on invasion of Prince of Orange
(1688), 475; Rawson's petition to,
12. 224; Randolph's petition on
fees, 237-239; and Clark's Island,
346; preparation for reception
(1686), 13. 278; in Boston (1680),
408; and Canada, 15. 304, 313;
and John Higginson, 16. 518.

Andrus. See also Andrews.
Andrus, Amos, at Am. camp (1775),

9. 64, 88, 89.
Andrus, Daniel, at siege of Boston,

9. 42, 47, 68.
Andrus, Lieut. Epaphras(?), at siege

of Boston, 9. 42, 47, 68.
Andrus, John, at Am. camp (1775),

9. 76.
Angel Gabriel, wrecked (1635), 17. 77,

82-83.
Angell, James, justice of peace (1764),

18. 261.
Angell, James Burrill, elected a

corresp. member M.H.S., 10. 454;

accepts, 468.
Angell, Oliver, teacher, 3. 300.
Angel's Tavern, R. I., 6. 113,

124.
Angier, Charles, at Brown Commence-
ment (1795), 3. 42; death, 42 n.,

5. 173.

Angier, John, 3. 388.

Angier, Oakes, barrister in Plymouth,
3. 384; biog. note, 388; autog.,
389; guest of Old Colony Club,
393-397; elected a member, 397-



20



ANGIER-APPLETON



398; record of attendance, 399,
405-413, 418-420, 427, 429, 431.

Angier, Rev. Samuel, preface to
blather's Cases of Conscience, 17.
40.

Anglo-Saxons, proper commemor-
ative day, 15. 513.

Animals, domestic, in N. Eng. (1660),

I. 247; extermination of wild,
17. 4.

Ann, Cape, name as royal memorial,
4. 242.

Ann, Boston brig, captured by
privateer, 2. 380 n.

AnnCleeve (1643), 8. 14 n.

Antia Maria y St. Felix, prize case
(1752), 5. 97-98.

Annapolis, Md., in 1804, 2. 15; royal
memorials, 4. 250; Am. troops at
(1781), 6. 133-134.

Annapolis, N. S., in 1776, 2. 302;
garrison (1747), 12. 49; tercen-
tenary, 18. 371. See also Port
Royal.

Annapolis Convention," Rush on, 17.
341, 342, 353.

Anne of England, ports, in Boston,
4. 241; at Annapolis, 250; last
royal veto, 5. 157; news of death
in Boston, 15. 328; mourning for
her there, 330-332.

Anne, Fort, origin of name, 4. 247.

Annesberg, N. Y., name as royal
memorial, 4. 247.

Annexations. See Territory.

Annis, Samuel, and Canada expedi-
tion (1747), 12. 50.

Annisquam, on early map, 1. 212.

Anonymous Fund of M.H.S., estab-
lished, 3. 277; thanks for, 278;
history, 4. 112, 353, 5. 442, 6. 408,
7. 376, 8. 188, 9. 31, 10. 129, 560,

II. 322, 12. 179, 13. 69, 14. 132,
15. 33, 16. 133, 17. 217, 18. 274, 19.
209, 20. 212; instructions from
founder, 13. 66

Anson, Anna [Mrs. Salisbury, Mrs.

Jellison], 6. 60.
Anson, Sir William R., on last royal

veto, 5, 159.
Anspach-Bayreuth, archives on Am.

Rev., 3. 220.
Antarctic Exploring Expedition,

Pickering's journal, 6. 285.
Anthony, A. V. S., gift to M.H.S., 2.

271.
Anthony, Henry B., length of service

in Senate, 10. 10.
Anthony, Kezia [Mrs. Brayton], 19.

208.



Antietam, battle of, Sumner's mis-
take, 7. 40; forces, 18. 443.

Antigua, society (1665), 5. 106.

Anti-Federalists. See Ratification.

Anti-Masons, Levi Lincoln's papers
on, 6. 166; in Mass. (1835), 18.
108-109.

Antinomianism, trial of Anne Hutch-
inson, 4. 161-191; and allotments
at Rumney Marsh (16.38), 7. 136-
137; printing of Welder's Short
Story, 8. 404; papers on Wheel-
wright, 511-517; Wm. Aspinwall,
12. 211-212.

Antislavery, averse sentiment in
Boston (1856), 8. 405; Mass.
school of statesmen, 18. 378; early
movement, 20. 60. See also Aboli-
tionism, Slavery.

Antoine, Haitian slave, 2. 364.

Anville, Jean Baptiste d', map (1746)
and Sparks "red-line" map, 3. 364.

Aplin, , of N. S. (1784), 3. 81.

Appelby, Margery H. [Mrs. Ains-
worth], 6. 49.

Appelby, R., exile in Amsterdam
(1607), 6. 49.

Appleton. See also Applin.

Appleton, (1795), 3. 41.

Appleton, , of Baltimore (1812),

19. 376.

Appleton, Charles H., voyage to
Europe (1853), 5. 343.

Appleton, Edith S. (Appleton), 17.
519.

Appleton, Frances E. [Mrs. Long-
fellow], 8. 153; death, 153.

Appleton, Harriot C. (Sumner), 17.
516.

Appleton, Capt. John [b. 1622], loyal
petition (1666), 6. 471; defence of
petition, 472-474; attempt to un-
seat, 474, 476; town's vindication,
475; death (1699) and character,
476; on com. on war expenses
(1676), 12. 402; justice of peace
(1686), 13. 229; clerk of court
(1686), 251, 260; named for coun-
cil (1691), 14. 217.

Appleton, John [b. 1652], secures re-
lease of Indian captives (1706), 1.
158; and speakership contest
(1720), 6. 389 ; candidacy for Coun-
cil (1698), 12. 284; and Council's
assumption of control (1715), 15.
345.

Appleton, John, reprinted M.H.S.
paper, 6. 222; cat. of M.H.S. Li-
brary, 8. 326, 340; Asst. Librarian,
344.



APPLETON



21



Appleton, John J., Commencement
part (1813), 5. 177; biog. note,
177 n.

Appleton, Rev. Joseph, ministry at
North Brookfield, 19. 433; monu-
ment, 433, 439.

Appleton, Joseph, Jr., inscription to,
19. 439.

Appleton, Nathan, Washington Mon-
ument appeal, 2. 143; subscrip-
tions for M.H.S. building, 3. 291,
292; in M.H.S., 5. 5; Harvard
A.M. (1844), 245; in M.H.S. group
picture (1858), 6. 77; reprinted
M.H.S. paper, 222; subscription
to Boston dinner (1830), 341; me-
moir of Abbott Lawrence, 7. 123 ;
and Sumner, 11. 278-280; and
outbreak of Civil War, 281; and
beginning of Lawrence, 12. 119;
career and character, 17. 516; at
bicentenary of N. Eng. Confed.,
19. 361; speech on tariff (1832),
520.

Appleton, Rev. Nathaniel [H. C.
1712], and Harvard, 5. 401, 411-
412, 414; admitted to First
Church, 406; sermon on Mrs.
Gerrish (1736), 9. 352; sermons
during siege of Boston, 12. 85, 86.

Appleton, Nathaniel [H. C. 1749],
purchases confiscated Walpole es-
tate, 10. 170.

Appleton, Samuel [b. 1586], petition
(1637), 3. 199.

App'eton, Samuel [b. 1654], and
Council's assumption of control
(1715), 15. 345.

Appleton, Samuel [b. 1766], fund be-
queathed to M.H.S., 1. 173; sub-
scription for M.H.S. building, 3.
291 ; subscription to Boston dinner
(1830), 6. 341. See also Appleton
Fund.

Appleton, Sarah E. [Mrs. Lawrence],
12. 136.

Appleton, Mrs. Thomas, gift to
M.H.S., 9. 28.

Appleton, William [1], Washington
Monument appeal, 2. 143; sub-
scription for M.H.S. building, 3.
292; and outbreak of Civil War,
11. 281; in Mass. Conven. (1853),

18. 48; monument to his father,

19. 439.

Appleton, William [2], voyage to
Europe (1853), 5. 343.

Appleton, William Stuart, 17. 519.

Appleton, William Sumner [1] [Com-
munications follow], list of publi-



cations (1884-1902), 1. 170, 2. 68,
392, 3. 280, 6. 404, 7. 369, 9. 22,
10. 121, 11. 317, 13. 65, 14. 128, 16.
129; remarks, 2. 88, 10. 552, 12.
29, 111, 292, 424, 13. 142, 156, 197,
15. 105, 16. 232; gifts to M.H.S.,
2. 257, 10. 470, 14. -1, 16. 150;
remarks on H. T. Parker, 6. 164;
reprinted M.H.S. papers, 222; re-
marks on A. T. Perkins, 422 ; junior
member M.H.S., 9. 94; and pro-
posed ed. of Bradford and Win-
throp, 12. 260; remarks on J. C.
Ropes, 13. 222; study of heraldry,
14. 268, 17. 243, 518; as Record
Commissioner, 14. 269, 15. 97, 17.
519; presents communication for
another member, 14. 372; M.H.S.
tributes to, 17. 236, 241-245; as
genealogist, 242,522-524; as numis-
matist, 243-244, 517; style, 244;
thoroughness, 244-245; Memoir by
C. C. Smith, 516-531; port, and
AUTOG., 516; birth and death, 516;
ancestry, 516; education, 517;
travel, 518-520; in M.H.S., 518,
519, 524-526; marriage, 519; in
Am. Acad., 519; autobiog. state-
ment, 520-521; plan to estab.
Gallery of Art, 521; contingent
bequests, 522; religion, 526; social
life, 527; children, 527; writings,
527-531; bequest to M.H.S., 19.
300, 20. 229-230; gifts to M.H.S,
from heirs of, 304, 20. 229. See
also Appleton Collection.

Communications: Memoir of H.
G. SoMERBY, 1. 132-138; on Peale
ports, of Washington, 2. 156, 11.
68; on Bedford flag, 2. 199-200;
article on Northmen, 3. 159; ques-
tion on Rochambeau's port., 4. 90;
on French literary interest in U. S.,
5. 163-165; on some genealogical
discoveries, 263-264 ; Augustus
DupRE, 348-352; on Pavia's me-
morial to Columbus, 6. 32; on
Washington's port, at Blois, 34 ; on
Dr. Lothrop as chaplain of Cadets,
34; letter of Wm. CofRn, 250; on
Mass. note of 1691, 442; Loyal
PETITIONS OF 1666, 469-477; on
PhiUips Brooks, 8. 83-84; Hugh
Peter in literature, 118-122;
punning verses on Boston minis-
ters, 252-254 ; on Oswego and Dip-
lomatic medals, 500-502; on Sir
J. R. Seeley, 9. 540; Century of
U. S. Senate, 10. 9-11, 12. 156, 13.
312-315, 14. 1, 15. 94; on W. N.



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APPLETON- ARCHIBALD



Sainsbury, 10. 116; on badge of
Bucks of America, 470; Whigs of
Mass., 11, 278-282; letter of
"Washington, 12. 156; on T. B
Jervis, 191; on M. F. Force, 13
121; on Cornelio Desimoni, 448
on relics t)f Columbian Order, 14
1-2; criticises Proceedings, 147
suggests opening of building to
public, 148; on W. H. Whitmore,
287-271; exhibits broadside on
Boston fire (1760), 372; on death
of Senator Bradbury, 426; Memoir
OF W. H. Whitmore, 15. 96-104;
Heraldry in Amerca, 163-166;
on Waters's Genealogical Gleanings,
478; on J. W. Dean, 513; on J. J.
Howard, 16. 271.

Appleton, William Sumner [2], and
Appleton Collection of Coins, 20.
230, 420, 550; M.H.S. thanks to,
550.

Appleton and Co., D., gift to M.H.S. ,
2. 258.

Appleton Collection of Coins and
Medals, bequeathed to M.H.S., 19.
300, 20. 229; arrangement and sug-
gested extension,_ 230, 420, 550.

Appleton Fund, history, 1. 173, 2.
72, 396, 3. 284, 292, 293, 4. 110,
351, 5. 440, 6. 406, 7. 374, 8. 186,
9. 29, 10. 126, 557, 11. 319, 12. 176,
13. 67, 14. 130, 15. 30, 16. 130, 17.
215, 18. 271, 19. 206, 20. 209; in-
come account (1884), 1. 177; (1885),
2. 76; (1886), 400; (1887), 3. 288;
(1888), 4. 115; (1889), 356; (1890),
5. 445; (1891), 6. 411; (1892), 7.
379; (1893), 8. 191; (1894), 9. 34;
(1895), 10. 133 ; (1896), 564; (1897),
11. 327; (1898), 12. 183; (1899),
13. 76; (1900), 14. 140; (1901),
15. 40; (1902), 16. 141; (1903), 17.
225; (1904), 18. 284; (1905), 19.
219; (1906), 20. 223; use, 4. 118,
359, 6. 414, 10. 567, 11. 331.

Appletown, N. Y., Indian village de-
stroyed, 2. 467, 471.

Applin (Appleton), Thomas, of Swan-
zey, N. H. (1776), 6. 88.

Appomattox campaign. Northern
comment on surrender, 13. 434;
T. L. Livermore's paper on, 20.
87-112; story of disclosure of
Lee's plans, 87-89; forces, 89, 109-
112; no doc. evidence of disclos-
ure, 89-93; Lee on conditions
(March), 91; situation (March 23),
93; Fort Stedman, 94; movement
on railroads, Five Forks, 94-97;



general assault, 97; field of man-
oeuvres after evacuation, 97;
Grant's information and decisions,
98-102, 107-108; changes in plan
of retreat, 102-107; cause of Con-
federate disaster, 108; effect on
reconstruction of Lee's attitude,
553-555.

Apportionment of representation, in
Mass. (1821), 14. 328; first, of
National House, 15. 139; of 1832,
206.

Apprenticeship of Boston paupers
(1792), 2. 242.

Apthorp, Charles, subscribes to Mer-
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 208.

Apthorp, Charles Ward, absentee loy-
alist, 10. 163; confiscated Boston
estate, 166.

Apthorp, Rev. East, relig. contro-
versy, 8. 92.

Apthorp, Grisel (1777), 2. 236.

Apthorp, Grisel (Eastwick), keeps a
carriage (1768), 1. 225; purchases
confiscated Boston estate, 10. 166.

Apthorp, John, keeps a carriage
(1768), 1. 225; in Boston society,
10. 35.

Apthorp, Thomas, in Boston society,
10. 32; absentee loyalist, 163.

Apthorp, William, in Boston society,
10. 32; absentee loyalist, 163.

Aranda, Pedro Abarca de Boleo,
conde de, on Am. negotiations
(1782), 17. 424._

Arbela, date of arrival, 2. 221.

Arber, Edward, on first Plymouth
record of name Mayflower, 11. 70;
on missing account of voyage of
Mayflower, 367, 12. 17.

Archabald, David, minuteman, 12.
104.

Achseological Congress, proposed
(1866), 1. 400; postponed, 401.

Archaeology, Central American jade-
ite relics, probable Asian origin, 2.
170-171; Iroquois houses, 466,
467; Iroquois tombs, 467; Indian
burial-urn, 3. 283; " Skraellings "
and Trenton -gravel discoveries, 5.
338; Wm. Duane on Guatemalan
(1824), 20. 380.

Archdale, John, Maine lands, 19.
292.

Archerbill, John, Groton recruit
(1760), 6. 429.

Archery, allowed by Book of Sports,
19. 88.

Archibald. See Archabald, Archer-
bill.



ARCHITECTURE- ARNOLD



23



Architecture, Bulfinch's misconcep-
tion of future importance, 7. 455;
importance of World's Fair, 8.
309-312; Barrell house in Somer-
ville, 10. 548-552. See also Houses.
Archives, report on portion of Mass.
2. 68; Span., on Am. Rev., 3. 54;
court-files of Suffolk Co., Mass., 54;
question of index to foreign docs,
of Am. Rev., 159, 178, 216; Ger-
man, on Am. Rev., 219-221; list
of Winthrop Papers variously de-
posited, 5. 288-306; Brit, system,
6. 260, 442; Roman, on Am. hist.,
11. 272-277; access to French
(1846), 15. 91; Dutch, 17. 168-
170. See also Manuscripts.
Ardivey, Judith (Holder), 6. 54.
Areopagus of Athens, govt, after

Persian Wars, 6. 387.
Aresco Fields, N. Y., Indian attack

(1779), 2. 461.
Argall, Sir Samuel, docs, on raid, 1.

187-192.
Argan, Jane, exile in Amsterdam, 6. 49.
Argenson, Marc P., comte d', letters

from Levis, 4. 96.
Arianism in U.S. (1784), 17. 323.
Aristides, rule in Athens, 6. 387; and
battle of Salamis, 17. 395, 398, 403,
404.
Aristotle, treatise on constitution of

Athens, 6. 385-387.
Arlington, former name for Win-
chester, N. H., 5. 167.
Arlington, Va., confiscated, 1. 255.
Armand, Col. Charles, sent to Greene

(1781), 6. 156.
Armitage, Godfrey, 17. 86.
Arms. See Coat armor.
Armstrong, James, works on Boston

defences (1814), 14. 152.
Armstrong, Job, 18. 260.
Armstrong, Gen. John, and Wm.

Duane, 20. 344, 353.
Armstrong, Samuel T., subscription
for M.H.S. building, 3. 291; to
Boston dinner (1830), 6. 392.
Army, American, punishments dur-
ing Rev., 6. 102, 106-108, 111, 115,
119-122, 127, 136, 7. 401 ; comment
on standing (1792, '94), 15. 137,
.146; Pa. line (1781), 19. 129, 132,
135; Va. line (1782), 149; Wm.
Duane's miht. works, 20. 304-305,
350; negro troops suggested (1814),
20. 373-375. See also Militia, and
wars by name.
Army, British, training of N. Brun.
corps (1799), 3. 72; vice (1760),



4. 403, 5. 363, 364, 388; abolition
of purchase, 5. 162; tenacious
traditions, 13. 412-413, 422; de-
fensive qualities, 420-422; Wm.
Duane on (1810), 20. 332-333.
See also wars by name.

Arnfield, Alexander, exile in Amster-
dam, 6. 49.

Arnfield, Alice, exile in Amsterdam,
6. 49.

Arnfield, Edward, exile in Amster-
dam (1611), 6. 49. _

Arnfield, John, exile in Amsterdam,

6. 49.

Arnold, , of Newport (1760), 7.

345.

Arnold, Mrs. Alice, exile in Amster-
dam (1613), 6. 49.

Arnold, Anthony, exile in Amster-
dam (1613), 6. 49.

Arnold, Barachias, sea-captain (1691),

7. 157, 160.

Arnold, Benedict, at Providence
(1685), 8. 11.

Arnold, Gen. Benedict, journals of
Quebec expedition, 2. 265-305
[see Quebec] ; wounded in assault,
272, 291, 293; leaves Albany
(1778), 444; at New London, 3.
44; march to Fort Stanwix, 103;
return, 104; at Freeman's Farm,
107, 6. 94; joins army before
Philadelphia, 3. 113; duel, 124;
Du Simitiere's ports., 4. 142; on
Lake Champlain (1776), 6. 84, 85;
in Va., 138, 19. 122-128, 131, 134;
news from (Nov. 1775), 7. 421;
contemp. account of treason, 451-
454; letters to Miss Deblois, 10.
472; advertisement (1794), 12.
Ill; anecdote of his soldiers and
treason, 346-348; Edmund Pendle-
ton, on treason, 19. 116; Varick's
papers on treason, 20. 537.

Arnold, Ephraim, death, 14. 18.

Arnold, George, Asst. in M.H.S.
Library, 8. 344.

Arnold Hannah, book owned by
(1707), 9. 433.

Arnold, Isaac (1674), 4. 282.

Arnold, Isaac, of Nassau Island,
marriage license (1706), 5. 302.

Arnold, James U., justice of peace
(1764), 18. 262.

Arnold, Ensign John, of Conn.,
complaint (1699), 5. 298.

Arnold, John, of Boston (1701), 14.
20.

Arnold, Joseph, sea-captain (1694),
7. 166.



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Arnold, Joseph, of Conn., testimony

(1699), 5. 298.
Arnold, Joseph, of Braintree, death

(1701), 14. 20.
Arnold, Mary, exile in Amsterdam

(1613), 6. 49.
Arnold, Rev. Samuel, David serving

his Generation, 9. 434; preaches

for Mather (1676), 13. 364.
Arnold, Thomas D., Heard's assault

on, 19. 520 n.
Arnold, William (1645), 8. 11.
Arnold, William, and Mass. boundary

dispute (1731), 19. 26.
Arnott (Arnt), Neil, 19. 459.
Arnt. See Arnott.
Arrowsic (Rousask), Me., in 1775, 2.

276.
Arsac de Ternay. See Temay.
Art, and youth, 11. 227. See also

Boston Museum, Fine arts, and

arts by name.
Artemisium, battle, 17. 386.
Arthopel, , agent of Santee Canal,

2. 29.
Arthur, Chester A., port., 2. 394.
Articles of Confederation. See Con-
federation.
Arundale, Francis, in Egypt, 19. 494.
Ascough, Captain (1755), 16. 76.
Ascough, Marmaduke, of Eng. (1665),

13. 19.
Asgill, Ca-pt. Charles, proposed retali-
ation on, 17. 425, 426 n., 19. 158.
Ash, John (1675), 10. 193.
Ash, Mrs. Mary, assaulted, 10. 193.
Ashburner, Walter, gift to M.H.S.,

17. 262.
Ashburton, Alexander Baring, \st

baron, port, of Webster owned by,

2. 262; and Oswald map, 3.

368, 368 n.; at Harvard B K

(1842), 9. 134-135.
Ashburton Treaty, solution of "red-
line" map question, 3. 361-366;

Oswald map, 367-368.
Ashby, Mass., Shays's insurgents, 1.

299; com. on grievances, 301.
Asher, Joseph, Indian at Sandwich,

10, 51.
Ashford, Conn., inn (1804), 2. 32.
Ashley, Anthony Ashley Cooper, 1st

baron [earl of Shaftesbury], MS. of

speech, 4. 268; grant of Bahamas,

13. 10, 15.
Ashley, Azariah, non-consumption

agreement (1786). 8. 497.
Ashley, William James, elected a

corresp. member M.H.S., 15. 264;

accepts, 324.



Ashmun, John H., Commencement
part (1818) and biog. note, 5.
183 71.; letter from Story (1831) on
postmastersliip, state and national
affairs, 15. 216.

Ashton, J. Hubley, on Horace Gray,
18. 169-185.

Ashton, Robert, reprinted M.H.S.
paper, 6. 348.

Ashurst, Sir Henry, and Paul Dudley,
16. 28 n., 29 n.

Ashurst, Sir William, and appoint-

. ment of Burgess, 4. 192 n. ; on
Dudley (1714), 15. 328.

Asia, first distinction of Am. from,
8. 67, 70; N. Am. as extension, 77;
future, 14. 259.

Aspinwall, Mrs. Elizabeth, 12. 211,
218.

Aspinwall, Louise E. (Poignand), 7.
37.

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

Aspinwall, Sarah (Gardner), 7. 32.

Aspinwall, Thomas, Commencement
part (1804), 5. 169; biog. note,
169 n. ; delay in memoir of, 169 n.,
7. 30; Master's part (1807), 5. 172;
in M.H.S. group pictures (1858,
'69), 3. vii, 6. 78; library, 5. 166,
313-320; reprinted M.H.S. papers,
6. 322; Memoir by C. C. Smith, 7.
32-38; PORT, and autog., 32;
birth, 32 ; ancestry, 32 ; education,
32; lawyer, 33; in War of 1812,
loses arm, 33 ; as Consul at London,
34, 19. 460; interest in oceanic
steam service, 7. 35 ; services to Am.
authors, 35; in M.H.S., 36; con-
troversy over Narragansett patent,
37, 71; commercial interests, 37;
decline and death, 37; marriage
and children, 38; appearance and
character, 38; nonagenarian, 9. 93.

Aspinwall, William, estate in Boston,
1. 319; inventory of Winthrop's
goods, 7. 140-143 ; notarial records
(1644-51), 11. 184-187; autog.,
12. 211; career, 211-218; works,
218; compiles "Book of Posses-
sions," 359, 19. 563.

Aspinwall, Dr. William, 7. 32; and
inoculation, 19. 426.

Aspinwall, William, Commencement
part (1838), 5. 223.

Aspinwall, William H., mission to
England (1863), 13. 186-195.

Aspinwall-Barlow Library, history,
5. 166, 313-320.



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Aspinwall house, Brookline, 14. 296.

Asplin, Mrs. Ellen, exile in Amster-
dam, 6. 49.

Asplin, W., exile in Amsterdam, 6.
49.

Assacumet, Indian. See Sassacomoit.

Assassination, of McKinley, 15. 183,
185; lack of contemp. significance
in recent, of rulers, 184-186.

Assembly-man, reference to Hugh
Peter, 8. 122.

Assension, East India Co. ship (1600),
5. 36.

Assistants. See Council of Mass.

Associations, opposition to relig.
(1836), 19. 364, 365.

Astor, John Jacob, and Detroit bank



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