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acquired by Eng., 56; J. Q. Adams
on right to govern, 19. 541-542.
Louisville, J. F. Clarke and Unitarian
Church, 4. 324-325; in 1836, 7.
286-289.
L'Ouverture. See Toussaint.

Love, , innkeeper at Coventry

(1779). 6. 130.
Love, Rev. Christopher, scaffold

speech, 13. 127.
Love, John, London bookseller, 4.

221.
Love, John, Anti-Federalist, 17. 507.

Loveioy, , innkeeper in western

Mass. (1760), 4. 389.
Loveland, Asa, death at siege of

Boston, 7. 411.
Lovell, Abigail [Mrs. Pierce], 3. 51 n.
Lovell, James, notices on assum-
ing Boston coUectorship (1809),
12. 194.
Lovell, John, member of Boston Fire

Club, 10. 38.
Lovell, Capt. Joseph, of Medway,

3. 51, 52.
Lovell, Gen. Solomon, Penobscot ex-
pedition. 12. 200-202.
Loverin, Abigail, book owned by, 17.
57.

Lovering, , of Boston, drowned

(1700), 14. 19.
Lovering, Joseph, on Northern Lights,
2. 105; Master's oration (1836), 5.
217.
Lovering, Philip [1], of Eng., will

(1680), 1. 137.
Lovering, PhiUp [2], 1. 137.
Lovewell, Capt. John. See next title.
Lovewell's War, locality of Love-
well's Fight, 3. 259; Ft. Dummer,
6.359-371; peace, 371-372; eds.
of Symmes's sermon and account
of fight, 11. 179-182.

Loving, , of Isle of Wight (1695),

2. 180.
Low. See also Lowe.

Low, , at Charles Carroll's (1804),

2. 16.
Low, Mrs., of New York (1804),

2 9.
Low. Elizabeth (Wilson), biog. note,

4. 161 r?.
Low, John, works on Boston de-
fences (1814). 14. 152.
Low, John F., witness (1789), 19. 181.
Low, Samuel, 4. 161.
Lowden. See also Louden.
Lowden, John, death (1678), 7. 170.
Lowden, Richard, of Charlestown, !•
146; selectman (1690), 152.



LOWE-LOWELL



261



Lowe, Charles, Commencement part
(1847), 6. 252 ; biog. note,
252 n.

Lowell, Abbott Lawrence, elected a
member M.H.S., 6. 196; list of
publications (1891-1903), 405, 11.
318, 17. 214; on Library Com.
(1892), 7. 335; report, 370; junior
member M.H.S., 9. 94; on com.
on Pickering Papers, 97; Memoir
OF E. J. Lowell, 541-549; on
Auditing Com. (1895-97), 10. 1,
442, 11. 268; reports, 10. 136,
567, 11. 331; elected to M.H.S.
Council (1896, '97), 10. 573, 11.
335; remarks, 74, 233, 385, 14.
360, 15. 95; Memoir of J. R.

. Lowell, 11. 75-102; on F. A.
Walker, 216-218; motion on in-
creasing MSS. of M.H.S., 12. 166;
on MSS. Com., 169, 264, 352; on
Building Com., 191, 13. 64; report
on MSS., 12. 261-263; on range of
M.H.S, activities, 296; on Nomi-
nating Com. (1899-1902), 13. 1,

15. 2, 16. 1; reports, 13. 80, 15.
51, 16. 147; on com. on meeting of
Am. Hist. Assoc, 13. 208; memoir
of Augustus Lowell assigned to, 14.
303 ; presents gift from Mrs. Bangs,

16. 232.

Lowell, Anna C, letters to Mrs. Anne
Grant (1809-10), 18. 302-317;
Mrs. Grant on, 303, 311 n.; biog.
note, 304.

Lowell, Augustus, and Lowell Lec-
tures, 12. 121, 15. 175-178; elected
a member M.H.S., 14. 1; M.H.S.
tribute to, 266; in M.H.S., 266;
memoir assigned to A. L. Lowell,
303; Memoir by T. K. Lothrop,
15. 169-179; port, and autog.,
169; ancestry, 169-170; birth,
170; education, 170: travel, 171,
172; in business, i71, 172; in
father's office, effect on character,
172; societies, 173; services to
Technology, 173-175; character,
178; death, 179.

Lowell, Charles, subscription for
M.H.S. building, 3. 291; in
M.H.S., 5. 5; Harvard D.D.
(1823), 191; reprinted M.H.S.
paper, 6. 237; ^ B K prayer (1816),
9. 115; anecdote, 258; port., 10.
125; character, 11. 75; and
•change in B K constitution, 15.
205 n. ; Edinburgh friends, 18. 312 ;
at bicentenary of N. Eng. Confed.,
19. 361.



Lowell, Charles Russell, college hon-
ors, 20. 182.

Lowell, Edward Jackson [H. C.
1822], career, 9. 542.

Lowell, Edward Jackson [H. C.
1867], elected a member M.H.S.,
1. 298; accepts, 335; on Hessian
deserters, 2. 167; on Auditing
Com. (1886), 225; report, 403;
on German MSS. sources on Am.
Rev., 3. 219-221; on Nominating
Com. (1887, '94), 254, 8. 504; re-
ports, 3. 297, 9. 39; on com. on
Pickering Papers, 3. 277; reports,
4. 77, 6. 187; Memoir of L. M.
Sargent, 3. 309-312; on com.
to present resolves on Attucks
Memorial, 318; communicates let-
ter of Hessian recruit, 4. 2-12;
on Library Com. (1889), 309; re-
port, 359, 382; elected to M.H.S.
Council (1890-92), 5. 457, 6. 420,
7. 383; on com. on Delftshaven
Memorial, 6. 1, 40; remarks, 7.
317; presents report of Council
(1893), 8. 182; publication (1893),
185; M.H.S. tributes to, 9. 96, 10.
119; Memoir by A. L. Lowell, 9.
541-549; port, and autog., 541;
birth and ancestry, 541-542; edu-
cation, 542, 543; in Europe, 542,
544, 547; poetry, 543; marriages,
544; in business, 544; lawyer, 544;
Hessians and other Auxiliaries, 545,
18. 249-250; makes history life's
work, 9. 545; Eve of French Rev.,
546-547; death ,_ .548; in M.H.S.,
548; other societies, 548; other
writings, 548; character, 549.

Lowell, EUzabeth (Jones), 9.- 544.

Lowell, Elizabeth C. (Putnam), 12.
127.

Lowell, Frances (Dunlap), 11. 89;
death, 100.

Lowell, Francis Cabot [1] [H. C.
17931, at Harvard Commencement
(1815), 5. 180; career, 9. 541, 15.
171 ; goes abroad (1810), 18.
313.

Lowell, Francis Cabot [2], career, 9.
542.

Lowell, Francis Cabot [H. C. 1876],
elected a member M.H.S., 10. 404;
accepts, 441 ; on Library Com.
(1896), 442; report, .571; on Nom-
inating Com. (1897), 11. 268; re-
port, 335; Memoir of F. A.
Walker, 13. 303-309; on Roger
Wolcott, 14. 391-393; remarks,
445.



262



LOWELL



Lowell, Hannah (Jackson), Anna C.
Lowell on, 18. 313.

Lowell, Harriet T. (Spence), 11. 75.

Lowell, James Russell, letter (1884)
on identity of E. B. Jarvis,
1. 229; at Emmanuel College
tercentenary. 2. 68, 121; gifts to
M.H.S., 155, 4. 55; on Mrs.
Bryan W. Proctor, 2. 155; and
gift from Conde de Toreno, 156;
on ancestry of Saxe, 167; on C. F.
Adams, 3. 149-152; verses on
Adams, 151 7i. ; list of publications
(1887, '88), 280, 4. 106 ;_ at cen-
tenary of Washington's inaugura-
tion, 371; reprinted M.H.S. paper,
6. 237; M.H.S. tributes to, 7. 1-6,
366; in M.H.S., 1; rounded-out
career, 4; knowledge of N. Eng.
life, 5; scholarship, 6; memoirs by,
unfinished, 6; on original intention
of founders of Mass., 197 ?i. ; on
Harvard "University," 8. 261;
views on Hugh and Emmanuel
Downing, 406; these views con-
sidered, 487-496; anecdote, 9.
259; and proposed increase in
M.H.S. membership (1877), 10.
318,319; Sind Atlantic Monthly 11.
5b, 89; Memoir by A. L. Lowell.
75-102; PORT., 75; parents, 75,
77; birth, 75; environment, 75,
100, 101; fondness for nature, 76;
education, 76; class poem, early
conservatisTii, 77 ; ideas on min-
istry, 78; law student, 78; literary
instinct, 78; first book of poems,
78; and Abolitionists, 79-81, 86,
94; influence of Emerson, 79; of
firts wife, 80; Pioneer Magazine,
80; literary essays, 80, 89, 94;
children, 80, 81, 87; Biglow
Papers, 82-83; Vision of Sir
Launfal, 83; antislaverj^ poems,
83; period of greatest activity, 83,
84; use of humor, 84; finances,
85; "Nooning," 86, 95; trips
abroad, 87, 94; death of first wife,
87; as Harvard professor, 87-89;
second marriage, 89; second series
of Biglow Papers, 90; Commemo-
ration Ode, 91-93 ; polit. essays, 93 ;
editor of N. Am. Review, 94; Ca-
thedral, 94; honorary degrees, 95;
and Agassiz, 95; sense of unful-
filled promise, 95; and poHt. cor-
ruption, 96; in politics, 96, 101;
Minister to Spain, 97-98; and to
Gt. Bn., 98-100; and democracy,
99; oration at Harvard's 250th



anniversary, 100; decline and
death, 102 ; — humorous account of
smuggling at Madrid, 208; in
Friday Club, 14. 47.3, 16. 465; in-
fluence of Eng. mission on literary
fame, 15. 238; Scudder's biog., 16.
130, 17. 157; and Earl Granville,
20. 456.

Lowell, Rev. John [1] [H. C. 1721],
career and character, 12. 113, 15.
169.

Lowell, Judge John [2], N. C. lands,
8. 181; lawyer in admiralty trial
(1776), 10. 102; at Boston dinner
(1776), 103; Boston estate, 11.
311; career, 12. 113, 15. 169;
Roxbury estate, 14. 47?;.; ad-
dresses to Hutchinson and Gage
(1774), 50 n., 51 n.; as lawyer, 16i
341.

Lowell, John [3], autog., 1. 365 ; agri-
cultural editor, 3. 99; subscription
for M.H.S. building, 291; reprinted
M.H.S. paper, 6. 237; memoir of
D. A. Tyng, 7. 125; career, 12. 114,
15. 170; B K oration (1787), 16.
312; as Federalist, 312 n.; and
La Purchase, 18. 49.

Lowell, John [d. 1836], career, and
Lowell Institute, 9. 541, 12. 119.

Lowell, John [H. C. 1843], on
Nominating Com. (1885, '90, '95),
2. 4, 5. 347, 10. 1 : reports, 2. 79,
5. 456, 10. 137; elected to
M.H.S. Council (1887-89), 3. 298,
4. 119, 366; on Finance Com.
(1887, '89), 3. 318, 4. 367; on com.
on pub. of Province Laws, 307, 316;
on P. W. Chandler, 382; Com-
mencement part, 5. 237; presents
report of Council (1890), 438;
reprinted M.H.S. paper, 6. 237; on
Leverett Saltonstall, 10. 139; Me-
moir OF Edward Bangs, 311-314;
M.H.S. tributes to, 11. 414-417,
12. 65; as judge, 11. 415-416, 14.
179, 181, 184-188; character and
position, 11. 416-417, 12. 65, 14.
188; bequeaths fund to M.H.S.,
12. 1 ; Memoir by T. K. Lothrop,
14. 177-188; port, and autog.,
177; birth, 177; childhood home,
177; education, 177; studies law,
178; travel, 178, 180: law partner-
ship and practice, 178, 181; as
authority on bankruptcy, 178, 183;
legal editor, 179; resigns judgeship
and resumes practice, 180; mar-
riage, 180; homes after marriage,
180; death, 180; positions held by,



LOWELL-LOYALISTS



263



180; honorary degrees, 181; in
M.H.S., 181; and admiralty law,
182; public dinner on retirement,
183; and patent law, 184; writings,
188; — review of Dred Scott case,

16. 256; Henry Lee's characteriza-
tion, 19. 252. See also Lowell Fund.

Lowell, John Amory, money gift to
M.H.S., 3. 296; Memoir by C. C.
Smith, 12. 113-129; port, and
AUTOG., 113; ancestry, 113; birth,
114; education, 114; mercantile
career, 115; as banker, Suffolk
Bank system, 116; offices, 117;
and textile manufactures, 118, 122;
and founding of Lawrence, 118;
and Lowell Lectures, 119-121, 15.
176; controversy over Boott will,
121; in gas CO., 123; other trusts,
124; and Technology, 124; and
Harvard, 124; societies, 125; hon-
orary degree, 125; in M.H.S., 125;
writings, 126; travel, 127; mar-
riages and home life, 127; death,
128; religion, 128; and politics,
128; character, 128, 15. 172.

Lowell, Lu^y B. (Emerson), 14.
180.

Lowell, Maria (White), influence on
husband, 11. 80; death, 87.

Lowell, Mary (Gardner), 9. 541.

Lowell, Mary (Goodrich), 9. 544.

Lowell, Percival [d. 1665], immigrant,
12. 113, 15. 169; funeral elegy on
Gov. Winthrop, 12. 414.

Lowell, Percival, grandson, loyal pe-
tition (1666), 6. 471.

Lowell, Rebecca (Amory), 12. 114.

Lowell, Rebecca R. [Mrs. Gardner],
4. 23.

Lowell, Richard, loyal petition
(1666), 6. 471.

Lowell, Samuel, loyal petition
(1666), 6. 471.

Lowell, Susan C. (Lowell), 12. 127.

Lowell family in M.H.S., 14. 265.

Lowell, Mass., origin of name, 9. 541;
early mills in, 12. 118, 123.

Lowell Fund, origin, 12. 1 ; history,
180, 13. 70, 14. 133, 15. .34, 16. 1.34,

17. 219, 18. 275, 19. 210, 20. 213;
income account (1898), 12. 186;
(1899), 13. 76; (1900), 14. 140;
(1901), 15. 41; (1902), 16. 142;
(1903), 17. 226; (1904), 18. 285;
(1905), 19. 221; (1906), 20. 225;
use, 20. iii.

Lowell Institute, M.H.S. fund from
lectures of, 3. 296, 6. 208; origin
and administration, 9. 542, 12. 119-



121, 15. 175-178; inauguration of
lectures, 18. 112.

Lowell Lectures. See Lowell In-
stitute.

Lower, Mark A., on origin of Am.
flag, 1. 28.

Lowndes, Anne [Mrs. Chase], 17. 127.

Lowther, Sir John. See Lonsdale.

Loyal petitions of 1666, 6. 469-476;
occasion, 469, 472; petition to
General Court, 470; action on it,
471, 474; character of petitioners,
471, 476; their defense, 472-476.

Loyalists, Winslow Papers, 2. 229-
242, 3. 64-94; refugees from
Plymouth County, 2. 234-235;
captured near Cherry Valley, 447;
attack on German Flats, 448 ; at-
tack on Cherry Valley, 449-450;
experience of Sylvester Gardiner,
3.2-3; corps, 66; land grants, 67,
82; pensions, 70, 81 ; disbandment
and settlement in N. S. (1783), 74-
75; emigration from Southern
States (1782), 94-95; provisions
concerning, in Wyoming capitula-
tions (1778), 342; movement
against, in Plymouth (1778),
402 n.; letter (1798), 4. 236;
needy adventurers, 5. 12, 14;
captured in R. I. (1778), 6. 118,
122; hanged for supplying Brit.,
135; at disadvantage in Mass. in
pre-Rev. struggle, 252 n. ; Danl.
Leonard's memorial (1784), 255-
257; treatment of female, in Bos-
ton, 8. 412-415; departure from
Boston (1776), 10. 95; arrested
there, 99; list of absentee, and
confiscated estates in Suffolk
County, 162-185; Jon. Sewall on
Boston during siege, 412-416; on
conditions in Eng., 416-427; Jon.
Sewall on reconciliation (1778),
419-420; on Am. prospects (1783),
422, 425; settlement of claims,
427; Mrs. liieginson's sentiments
(1775), 455-4.57; her life at Hali-
fax, 457-459; her treatment on
return (1782), 460-462; articles
needed by Mather Byles_[2] (1780),
471-472 ; a characterization of Bos-
ton Whigs (1775), 12. 139-142;
hist, treatment, 152; treatment of
Rev. Wm. Clark, 153; at Bahamas,
13. 16; handbill on Boston Whigs
(1774), 16. 92'; Lechmere on con-
ditions in Boston (1774), 285-290;
Chauncy on (1775), 17. 277; expul-
sion, 308; question, in peace nego-



264



LOYALL-LYMAN



tiations, 424, 427, 19. 158, 160, 163;
confiscation in S. C, 149. See also
American Revolution.

Loyall, Jesse, Ga. justice of peace, 20.
515.

Lovall, Fort, commander (1686), 13.
245, 246, 252.

Lucanians, migrations, 12. 109.

Lucas, Charles P., on Sayle grant to
Bahamas, 13. 11 n.

Lucas, John, purchases confiscated
Boston estate, 10. 176.

Luce, (1659), 4. 277.

Luce, Abijah, works on Boston de-
fences (1814). 14. 152.

Luce, Ensign Francis, at siege of
Yorktown, 6. 155.

Luce, Peter, subscribes to Merchants'
Notes (1733), 17. 208.

Lu-chu Islands, Perry at, 2. 259.

Luckey, William, soldier, punished
(1779), 6. 122.

Luckis, Mary [Mrs. McCleary], 15.
256.

Ludden, Lemuel, theft from, 19. 180.

Ludkin, William, petition against
Aspinwall (1651), 12. 214.

Ludlow, Daniel, of N. Y., 8. 176.

Ludlow, George D., 3. 67, 68; letter
from Castlereagh (1807) on letters
of marque, 77 ; and office in N.
Brun. (1784), 79.

Ludlow's Camp, Vt. (1776), 6. 87. _

Liineburg, Germany, antiquarian
interest, 14. 288.

Lumberton, N. C._, inn (1805), 2. 34.

Lundy, Benjamin, corresp. with
Adams (1836) on speech on slavery,
15. 449-450.

liUndy's Lane, contemp. account of
battle, 6. 257.

Lunenburg, Mass., name as royal
memorial, 4. 2.39 n., 242; in 1776,
6. 80; Indian alarm (1748), 430-
432.

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

Lunenburg County, Va., name as
royal memorial, 4. 250.

Lunford, Ephraim, death, 14. 20.

Luns, William (1776), 12. 90.

Lunt, Lieut. James, at Cherry Valley,
2. 4-17, 457: on furlough, 451, 454.

Lunt, William Parsons, use of John
Marshall's diary, 1. 149; Com-
mencement part (1823), 5. 190;
biog. notes, 190 ?;., 9. 128 n.; me-
moir, 7. 123; <P B K poem (1837),
9. 128 J in M.H.S. group picture
(1854), 269; at Plymouth anni-



versary (1845), 10. 395; anecdote
of Jackson, 454-455; at bicente-
nary of N. Eng. Confed., 19. 361.

Lurvey, James, and Arnold's treason,
12. 347; milit. career, 348.

Luscomb, Humphrj', on trade com.
(1686), 13. 248; petition on legal
action, 265.

Luse, Francis. See Luce.

Lush, Capt. Richard, must'^r-master,
at Cherry Valley, 2. 451, ■:t54, 456.

Luther, Levi, at siege of Boston, 9. 66.

Luther, Martin, commemorative
medals, 1. 13; quatercentenaiy,
169; and Melanchthon as comple-
ments, 11. 256, 262-267; and
Zwickau prophets, 263 ; hymn, 17.
131-132.

Luttrell, Narcissus, on Queen Anne
and Cutts, 2. 193 n.; ignores last
royal veto, 5. 158.

Luxford, James, speculations, 7. 128,
131-133; later history, 133-134.

Luynes, Honore T. P. J. d'Albert,
due de, chateau, 16. 470.

Luzerne. See La Luzerne.

Lyall, Sir Alfred, at Congress of Hist.
Sciences (1903), 17. 246.

Lyde, Edward, justice of peace
(1708), 16. 523.

Lyde, Edward, absentee loyalist, 10.
164; confiscated Boston estate,
180.

Lyde. Nathaniel Bj'field, purchases
confiscated Boston estate, 10. 180.

Lyell, Sir Charles, Harvard LL.D.
(1844), 5. 245.

Lyman, Arthur Theodore, elected a
member M.H.S., 15. 180; elected
to M.H.S. Council (1904), 18. 290.

Lyman, David, internal-revenue
officer. 19. 395.

Lyman, Edward H. R., gift to M.H.S.,
8. 291.

Lyman, Sergeant Elisha, at siege of
Boston, 9. 57, 77.

Lyman, Fllizabeth (Russell), 20. 153,
171, 177.

Lyman, Rev. Isaac, career, 20. 148.

Lyman, John C, bequest to M.H.S.,
19. 394-395.

Lyman, Rev. Joseph, Kirby contro-
versy, 19. 198.

Lyman, Mrs. Joseph, gift to M.H.S.,
8. 282.

Lyman, Mary (Henderson), 20. 149.

Lyman. Gen. Pluneas, Crown Point
'expedition (17551, 13. 386.

Lyman, Richard, immigrant, 20. 147.

Lyman, Theodore [1], 20. 148.



LYMAN-LYONS



265



Lyman, Theodore [2], at funeral of
Wm. Eustis, 5. 310; memoir, 12.
13S; travel with Everett (1818),
18. 99-101; in M.H.S., 20. 147;
career, 148-149; Webster libel
suit, 148; and Garrison mob, 169.

Lyman, Theodore [3], M.H.S. trib-
utes to, 12. 14-17, 61-65, 138;
public services, 14,62; invalidism,

15, 16, 65, 20. 177; as scientist, 12.

16, 62, 20. 153-155, 16&-167, 171;
memoir assigned to Alex. Agassiz,
12. 55; in M.H.S. , 61; in Civil
War, milit. journals, 62-65, 20.
156-165; contributions to local
history, 12. 138 ; Henry Lee's char-
acterization, 19. 253; Memoir by
C. F. Adams, 20. 147-177; port.
and AUTOG., 147; birth and death,
147; ancestry, 147; in college, 149-
152; Hasty Pudding song, 151;
marriage, 153; honorary degree,
155; reformatory interests, 155;
and Harvard, 165; in politics and
Congress, 168, 171-176; Wendell
Phillips controversy, 168-170; and
death of daughter, 171; charitable
endowment, 171.

Lyman School for Boys, interest of
the Lymans in, 20. 149, 155.

Lyme Regis, royal charters. 8. 19.

Lynch, Thomas, Jr., Signer, 1. 282.

Lynch, Mass. armed schooner (1775),
1. 17.

Lynchings, Southern, 18. 236, 19.
102-104.

Lynde, Captain, to establish Boston
market (1686), 13. 271.

Lynde, Benjamin [1], in 1717, 8.
217-219; diary, 478; paper money
scheme (1729), 12. 437; and
Council's assumption of control
(1715), 15. 342-351; report on
R. L boundary (1731), 19. 26.

Lynde, Benjamin [2], diary, 8. 478.

Lynde, Joseph [1], and Worcester
affairs (1686), 13. 247; on trade
com., 248; named for Council
(1691), 14. 217; and Council's as-
sumption of control (1715), 15.
343-351.

Lynde, Joseph [2], sea-captain, 7. 155,
163, 164.

Lynde, Nathaniel, at Saybrook (1694),
7. 415.

Lynde, Simon, record of purchase of
N. H. land, 4. 373-374; loyal pe-
tition (1666), 6. 471; and Raw-
son's Mass. records (1686), 12. 242,
13. 281; justice of peace (1686),



229; to examine Nowell's ac-
counts, 235; on trade com. (1686),
248; and milit. watch, 257; to
hold County Court, 259-261; to
examine Danforth's accounts, 260.

Lynds. See Lynde.

Lynn (Saugus), on early map, 1. 212 ;
name changed, 213; John Hum-
phrey's farm, 216; in 1660, 236;
in 1650, 2. 47; iron works, 47;
pre-Rev. taverns, 10. 47; not port
of entry (1686), 13. 264.

Lyon, , of Cherry Valley, 2. 452.

Lyon, , offices on St. John Island

(1796), 3. 71.

Lyon, Abigail, 6. 18.

Lyon, Capt. Daniel, at siege of Bos-
ton, 9. 47, 62.

Lyon, Deborah, 6. 18.

Lyon, Elizabeth, 6. 18.

Lyon, Henry, of Conn. (1646), 6. 8.

Lyon, Irving W., acknowledgment
to, 6. 18 n.

Lyon, Rev. James, in N. S. (1770),
4. 70.

Lyon, John, 6. 18.

Lyon, Joseph, 6. 18.

Lyon, Martha Johanna (Winthrop),
6. 4; estate and health, 5-9; letters
to John Winthrop (1649-51) on
health and husband, 9, 14-16;
death, 16.

Lyon, Mary, 6. 15; sent to Gov.
Winthrop (1668), 16, 17; marriages,
18. See also Wilson.

Lyon, Mrs. Mary, letter to John
Winthrop (1668) on fines, 6. 16;
to Fitz-John Winthrop (1701) on
step-daughter's estate, 19.

Lyon, Richard, of Conn. (1649), 6. 8.

Lyon, Samuel, 6. 18.

Lyon, Sarah, 6. 18.

Lyon, Thomas [1], notes concerning
himself and connections, 6. 2-4, 18;
letters to John Winthrop, Sr.
(1647-48) on wife and mother-in-
law, 5-8; antecedents, 8; and
his wife, 9, 10; fined, letters to
John Winthrop, Jr. (1668), 16-18.

Lyon, Thomas [2], 6. 18.

Lyons, James, letter from Webster
(1848) introducing B. R. Cuitis,
15. 280.

Lyons, Mrs. James, gift to M.H.S.,
9. 27.

Lyons, Joanna, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 179.

Lyons, Richard B. P., earl, and Trent
affair, 16. 466; and Brit, attitude
(1862), 18. 154.



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Lysimachus, power, 12. 110.
Lyte, Rev. Henry F., hymn, 17. 135.
Lyzenby, Cupt. Thomas, in Pliips's
Quebec expedition, 15. 306.



M

M., P., exile in Amsterdam, 6. 59.

M., ^\., exile in Amsterdam, 6. 63.

Mabane, Dr. Adam, letter from B.
Frobisher (1784) on Northern
boundary, 3. 369.

McAlister, , subscription to Bos-
ton dinner (1830), 6. 342.

Macarty, Esther [Mrs. Sargent], 3.
309.

Macaulay, Thomas Babington,
baron, Mignet on, 1. 143; on Lord
Cutts, 2. 172; as party writer, 3.
155; on last royal veto, 5. 158, 159;
autog. pages of England, 10. 472;
as historian, 13. 98-99, 111; Gardi-
ner on, 16. 7; traits, 470.

McCarty, Daniel, of Mass. (1686),
13. 276.

McCarty, Thaddeus, at Brookfield
(1762), 7. 385, 387.

Maccarty de Marteigue, Chevalier,
in Mass. (1788), 16. 451. _

McCauley, Lieut. Nathaniel, killed
at Newtown, 2. 465.

McCleary, Misses, gift to IVT.H.S.,
16. 146.

McCleary, Major Andrew, 15. 256.

McCleary, Lieut. David, 15, 256.

McCleary, Elizabeth (Foster), 15.
256.

McCleary, Emily T. (Barnard), 15.
263.

McCleary, Jane (Walter), 15. 256.

McCleary, John, immigrant, 15. 255.

McCleary, Maria L. (Walter). 15. 256.

McCleary, Mary (Luckis), 15. 256.

McCleary, Samuel [1], 15. 256.

McCleary, Samuel [2], 15. 256.

McCleary, Samuel Foster [1], sub-
scription to Boston dinner (1830),
6. 342; as City Clerk, 15. 255;
career, 256.

McCleary, Samuel Foster [2], elected
a member M.H.S., 2. 208; accepts,
225; and F. E. Parker, 3. 248; on
com. on Pickering Papers, 277,
15. 76; on com. on Attucks Memo-
rial, 3. 318; on lists of Boston
scholars (17.55), 4. 193; on Audit-
ing Com. (1890), 5. 347; report,
448; remarks, 423, 10. 490, 13»
62, 14. 149; index of names in



Pickering Papers, 6. 190, 15. 76; on
S. C. Cobb, 6. 354-358; remarks
on presenting various gifts, 7. 449-
450; elected Cabinet- keeper
M.H.S. (1893-97), 8. 201, 9. 93,
10. 137, 572, 11.335; on various
gifts to Cabinet, 8. 282, 10. 292-
293; Recording Sec. pro tern., 8.
486; publication (1894), 9. 23;
reports as Cabinet-keeper (1894-
98), 26, 10. 124, 569, 11. 333, 12.
188; examines contents of Ellis
House, 10. 296, 15. 73, 76; and
storage of Cabinet, 11. 316; Frank-
lin Fund, 12. 17-29; treasurer of
Frankhn Fund, 29 ?i., 15. 262;
declines rei'lection as Cabinet-
keeper, 12. 174; vote of thanks
to, for services, 189; M.H.S.
tributes to, 15. 72-78; in M.H.S.,
72-77; and remo\'al from Tre-
mont buikhng, 74, 76; as City
Clerk, 75. 258-261, 263; poHtics
and religion, 77, 263; authority
on Boston history, 77; character,
77; Memoir by J. M. Bugbee,
255-263; port, and autog., 255;
ancestry, 255-257; birth, 257;
education, 257; lawyer, 257; testi-
monial to, 261 ; insurance official,
262 ; and classmates, 262 ; marriage
and children, 263 ; death, 263.

McCleary, Samuel Foster [3], memo-
rial, 9. 23.

McClellan, George B., Peninsular
campaign, 10. 430-440, 18. 443; un-
fortunate plan, 10. 430; Yorktown,
430—433 ; and McDowell's corps,
432, 435; Williamsburg, 433; and
advance by James River, 434;
Johnston as opponent, 433, 439;
and advance of gunboats, 435-437;
character as commander, 438-439;
blunders by others, 438; Johnston
on, 440; hist, importance of presi-
dential defeat, 11. 115.

McClellan, John, offers collection of
letters, 4. 60.

McClellan, Joseph, owns book for-
merly Brewster's, 3. 263.

McClentuc, John, death at Louis-
burg (1745), 11. 445.

Macclesfield, Charles Gerard, 1st earl
of [d. 1694], map dedicated to,
2. 479.

Macclesfield, Thomas Parker, 1st earl
of, impeached, 5. 163.

Macclesfield, Thomas A. W. Parker,
6ih earl of, and Am. geography,
13. 161.



McCLESKY-MACK



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McClesky, John, of Ga., 20. 514.
IVIcClintock. See McClentuc
McClurg, James, letters to Madison

(1787), 17. 470, 472, 474 [see

Madison].
McCobb, Capt. Samuel, in Arnold's



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