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Quebec expedition, 2. 275, 279.
McCormick, James, court-martialled

in Arnold's expedition, 2. 277.
McCoy, Peter, in campaign of 1760,

4. 409.
McCoy, William, journal of Arnold's

Quebec expedition, 2. 266.
McCradv, Edward [1], career, 18.

13.
McCrady, Edward [2], elected a cor-

resp. member M.H.S., 16. 151;

M.H.S. tributes to, 18. 2, 3, 10-

22; in M.H.S. ,3, 19; in Civil War,

10, 13; as lawyer, 11, 14; and
negro suffrage, 11, 16; religion,

11, 22; as historian, 12, 16-20;
character, 12 ; birth and death, 13 ;
education, 13; addresses, 15; in
legislature, 15; honors, 21; opinion
of Greene reviewed, 20. 112-118.

McCrady, John, scientist, 18. 13.

McCrady, Sabina L., acknowledg-
ment to, 4. 255 n.

McCrary, Timothy G., Ga. justice of
peace, 20. 518.

McCray, , of Va., and Jay Treaty,

15. 152.

McCulloch, Hugh, on Johnson's first
message, 19. 397; charges against,
20. 435.

McCulloch, John, Introd. to Hist, of
Am., A. 60.

McCulloch vs. Maryland, reception of
decision, 14. 324, 335, 401

McDonald, Liezi^. Alexander, wounded
at Lexington, 5. 396.

MacDonald, William, on Cabot, 12. 9.

McDonough, Com. Thomas, Rogers
on (1815), 4. 208.

McDougal, Gen. Alexander, and Sulli-
van and Burke, 1. 54; division in
Conn. (1778), 3. 120.

McDougall Papers in Parkman MSS.,
4. 44. 45.

McDougle, Lieut. Randolph S., cap-
tured at Quebec,_2. 299.

McDowell, Gen. Irvin, and Peninsular
campaign, 10. 432, 435, 440.

McDuffie,"" George, and tariff (1832),
19. 512; J. Q. Adams on, 521 n.

Macedonian, news of capture (1812),
19. 369.

McElhanv, Francis G., purchases
slaves,'20. 519.



McElhany, Isaac, purchases a slave,
20. 517.

McElhany, Isaac C, 20. 517, 519.

McEuen, , of Philadelphia, in

Rome (1830), 19. 455.

Macey, , sea-captain (1829), 19.

441.

McFarland, Andrew, recruit (1760),
6. 427.

McFarland, Capt. Daniel, in cam-
paign of 1760, 4. 390.

McFarland, Margaret, of Groton,

6. 427.

McFarland, Walter, non-consump-
tion agreement (1786), 8. 497.

McFarlane, Duncan, at installation of
Lord Rector of Univ. of Glasgow,
19. 469.

McFarlane, I. H., letter from Web-
ster ("1848) introducing B. R.
Curtis, 15. 280.

McFarlane, Rev. W., acknowledg-
ment to, 6. 43 71.

McGennis, Capt. William, in battle of
Lake George (1755), 18. 200, 318-
325.

McGill, Major, in army in Va. (1780),
19. 122.

McGillivray, Alexander, treaty (1790),
15. 135.

McGuire, Frederick B., and letters
of Jos. Jones, 15. 116; acknowl-
edgment to, 19. 108.

McGuyer, John, captured at Quebec,
2. 295.

M'Hard, James, of Haverhill, 16. 377.

McHenry, James, and ratification of
Constitution, 17. 504.

McHenry, Fort, letter on flag, 2. 257.

Machias, Me., loyalist prisoners (1775),

7. 401.

Machin, Thomas, journal, 2. 441.

Mcllraith, Rev. John, acknowledg-
ment to, 6. 43 n.

Mcllroy, Lieutenant, of (?) Brit, navy,
cashiered (1801), 20. 264.

Mcllvaine, Charles P., and unofficial
mission to Europe (1861), 1. 203,
205, 16. 465.

Mcllvray, Mrs. David, port, of Web-
ster owned by, 2. 263.

Mcintosh, Miss [Mrs. Palmer], 5. 12.

Mcintosh, General, 5. 12.

Mcintosh, Archibald, 4. 386.

Mcintosh, Sir James, comment on
works, 7. 275.

M'Intyre, Doctor, at funeral of Ed.
Winslow, 3. 93.

Mack, Jlary C. [Mrs. Wheatland],
9. 279.



268



McKAY-McLANE



McKay,. Mrs., of Edinburgh (1830),
19. 471.

Mackay. See also McKay, Mackey.

Mackay, Hugh, on Lord Cutts, 2.
172.

Mackay, Joseph H., Commencement
part (1815) and biog. note, 5. ISO n.

Mackay, R. C, business, 4. 34.

Mackay, William, commission busi-
ness, 4. 34.

McKean. See also McKeen.

McKean, Henry S., Commencement
part (1828) and biog. note, 5. 198.
198 n.

McKean, John G., Commencement
part (1831), 5. 205; biog. note,
205 n.

McKean, Joseph, edits Hubbard's
General History, 6. 215; reprinted
M.H.S. paper, 237; memoir of
John Eliot, 7. 122; memoir. 124;
Librarian M.H.S. , 8. 343; Pres.
oi(P B K, 9. 112.

McKean, Sally [Mrs. Yrujo], 2. 13.

McKean, Thomas, on date of signing
of Declaration, 1. 274-276; and
vote on Independence, 275; date
of his signature, 291; signature to
Articles of Confederation, 296;
opposition (1804), 2. 12; and Pa.
pohtics (1801), 20.265; (1807),
298; and vice-presidency, 276;
and militia, 305.

McKeen, Jenny, 2. 449.

McKeen, Rev. Joseph, as preacher,
16. 421; biog. note, 421 n.

McKeen, Ca-pt. Robert, at Cherry
Valley, 2. 448; married, 449.

McKendry, William, army journal
(1777-80), 2. 442-478; character
of journal, 436, 440; at Albany,
442-445; furloughs, 444, 477-478;
march to Fort Stanwix, 445-446 ; at
Cherry Valley, 446-458; in Svilli-
van's expedition, 458-474; in Pa.,
474-475; return to Hudson, 475-
477.

McKendry, William H., and journal
of Wm. McKendry, 2. 478 n.

McKenican, William, killed at Wyo-
ming (1778), 3. 345.

McKenny, , of Mohawk Valley

(1778), 2. 445.

McKonsej', , Brit, midshipman,

captured at Quebec, 2. 285.

McKenzie, , of Edinburgh (1830),

19. 471.

McKenzie, Mrs., of Richmond (1804),
2. IS.

McKenzie, Alexander [Communica-



tions follow], on com. to pub. Pro-
ceedlnqs (1884-1906), 1. 168, 2.
87, 486, 3. 318, 4. 367, 6. 1, 421, 7.
399, 8. 202, 9. 40, 10. 139, 11. 67.
367, 12. 196, 13. 142, 14. 163, 15.
69, 16. 151, 17. 235, 18. 297, 19.
273, 20. 245; list of publications
(1886-1905), 3. 280, 9. 23, 11. 318,
12. 175, 14. 129, 15. 30, 18. 269,
19. 205; Harvard Overseer, 5.
407; and Harvard students, 415;
M.H.S. circular letter (1890), 6.
214; benediction at M.H.S. cente-
nary, 283; elected to M.H.S.
Council (1893, '94), 8. 201, 9. 39;
remarks, 8. 519, 9. 95, 14. 176;
presents report of Council (1895),
10. 118; fortieth anniversary of
pastorate, 20. 534.

Commimirations : on birthplace
of Thos. Shepard, 4. 12 ; on Shepard
Hist. Soc, 375; on H. W. Foote,'
.381; on H. M. Dexter, 6. 18.5-
187; on Columbus, 8. 47; on
et^ect of discovery of Am., 48; on
E. A. Park, 14. 189-194; letter
of Ruth S. Wentworth (1745),
385; Memoir of E. A. Park, 446-
467; on Jon. Edwards's "spider"
illustration, 15. 23; on L. R. Paige,
253 ; on E. C. Smyth, 18. 297-302.

MacKenzie, Lieut. Frederick, account
of battle of Lexington, 5. 391-396.

McKenzie, William, 2. 19.

Mackerel Cove, Mass., Maverick on
(1660), 1. 236.

Mackey. See also Mackay.

Mackey, Mungo, purchases confis-
cated Boston estates, 10. 168, 180.

McKinley, William, hist, importance
of elections, 11. 115-118, 226, 14.
260-263; on Span, rule in Cuba,
12. 71; assassination, 15. 18-3-186;
Brit, tribute to, 188, 229; attitude
of _South, 18. 237. _

McKinson, Donald, in campaign of
1760, 4. 409.

McKinster, Captain (Major), at West
Point (1779), 2. 477; in Saratoga
campaign, 6. 95, 96.

McKinstrv, Sarah [Mrs. Stark], 16.
333, 3.3.3 n.

Mackintosh, Col. William, 2. 478.

Mackintosh's Tavern, Needham, 10.
47.

Mackranny, John, at Fort Dummer
(1724), 6. .366.

Maclaine, Rev. Archibald, 17. 359.

Mcl^ane. See also Maclaine. McT.em.

McLane, Sir Allan, at Quebec (1775),



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269



2. 285, 298; in campaign of 1760,

4. 408.

McLane, Daniel, at Ticonderoga

(1776), 6. 84.
McLane, John, purchases confiscated

Boston estate, 1. 315, 10. 182.
McLane. Louis, as Minister to Eng.,

19. 464; and tariff (1832), 525.
McLaughlin, Andrew Cunningham,

elected a corresp. member M.H.S.,

20. 84.

Maclay, Samuel, and Madison (1808),

20. 311.
McLean, , sea-captain (1766), 10.

62.
McLean, John, Harvard LL.D. (1839),

5. 227; R. C. Winthrop on, 6. 75;
and Craig vs. Mo., 14. 342.

McLean Asylum, demolition, 10. 548;
origin and character of main build-
ing, 549-552.

McLellan, Henry B., engravings by,

2. 395, 3. 283.

M'Lellan, Robert, and Graves-Cilley
duel, 12. 290.

McLennan, Alexander K., and Frank-
lin Fund, 12. 28.

McLeod, Alexander, Caroline affair,

6. 399, 11. 132, 14. 411-412.
McLeod, Lieut. Donald, wounded at

Lexington, 5. 396.
Maclise, Daniel, and alleged Sharpless

ports., 3. 186.
McLoon, Eliza E. [Mrs. Field], 19. 74.
McMaster, John Bach, United States

reviewed by Mellen Chamberlain,

3. 279; elected a corresp. member
M.H.S., 15. 493.

M'Mish, , quartermaster in Am.

army (1778), 2. 443.

McNary, William S., bill on Constitu-
tion, 18. 334.

McNeal. See also McNeil, McNeill.

McNeal, Mrs., in Boston society
(1768), 10. 36.

McNeal, Captain, in Boston (1768),
10. 71.

McNeal, Hector, captured at Passama-
quoddy Bay, 3. 91.

McNeil, Archibald, loyalist, land
grant, 3. 67; death, 67; leaves
Boston (1776), 10. 95; absentee,
164; confiscated Boston estate,
180.

McNeil, Henry, in Am. army (1775),
12. 107.

McNeill, Archibald, purchases con-
fiscated Boston estate, 10. 174.

McNeill, William, purchases con-
fiscated Boston estate, 10. 174.



McNott, Colonel, and Franklin's

affairs, 16. 195, 196.
Macomber, Onesimus, loyalist ref-
ugee, 2. 235.
Macon Bills, Wm. Duane on, 20. 336.
McPherson, Miss, of Charleston

(1805), 2. 26.
McPherson, Mrs., of Charleston

(1805), 2. 26. •
McPherson, Captain, of Philadelphia

(1789), 16. 461.
McPherson, General, of Charleston

(1805), 2. 26.
McPherson, James, ignores last royal

veto, 5. 158.
McPherson, John, killed at Quebec,

2. 293.
McPherson, Major William, in Va.

campaign (1781), 6. 143.
McRae, John J, on John Brown's

raid, 14. 12._
Macready, William C, and alleged

Sharpless ports., 3. 183, 186.
McSolan, Lieutenant, death in

Arnold's expedition, 2. 271.
McSparran, James, and Sylvester

Gardiner, 3. 2.
McVickar, John, at Harvard Com-
mencement (1828), 5. 199.
McWhorter's Tavern, Taunton, 10.

47.
Madan, Falconer, letter (1884) on Ox-
ford Hist. Soc, 1. 64.
Maddison, Lieut.-Col. George, powder

expedition (1774), 10. 88.
Madeira Islands, illicit trade with

Eng. colonies (1708), 4. 154.
Madison. See also Maddison, Matson,

Matterson, Matthewson.
Madison, Dolly (Payne | Todd),

drawing-room (1812j. 19. 377.
Madison, James [1], in 1781, 19. 136.
Madison, Pres. .James [2] [Letters

follow], in picture of Va. Conven.

of 1829, 4. 306, visit of R. C.

Winthrop to (1832), views on

slavery, 306-307; and Onis (1811),

5. 24; and G. W. Erving, 32, 10.

472 ; port., 570 ; Marshall on (1830),

14. 342; on Va. Resolutions (1830)
343; and organization of courts,
399; candidacy for Senate (1788),

15. 124, 125; (1794), 146; for
House, 126; gubernatorial candi-
dacy (1796), 157; and national
theory of Constitution, 16. 167;
on legislative power, '240; and
divided sovereignty, 17. 104; on
dangers to Union (1787), 108;
Federalist, 493, 500, 508; in Ratifi-



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cation Conven., 508; and La. Pur-
chase, 18. 49 ; appearance and man-
ner (1812), 19. 377; and Gales, 377;
letteroi", pub. to refute Adams's tariff
report (1832), 515, 535; Adams's re-
ply to letter, 535-553 ; and Miranda,
20. 282; candidacy in Pa. (1808),
311; Wm. Duane's relations with,
320, 323, 364; and Macon Bills,
336; Duane on Cabinet changes,
337; candidacy (1S12), 353.

Letters.: from Campbells (1787)
Western affairs, 17. 454, 460; —
from Ed. Carrington (1787) ad-
vice to Fed. Conven., 468 ; Indians,
469; plan for ratification, 471;
Cong, and Constitution, 475; —
from Dan. Carroll (1787) Md. and
Constitution, 484; — from Dey of
Algiers (1816) threatening war, 5.
27; — from John Dawson (1787)
financial distress, coming Fed.
Conven., towns, 17. 456, 467; Anti-
Federalists, 476 ; Va. Assembly and
Constitution, 478; — from Wm.
Duane (1801-14), 20. 263, 279-281,
298, 308, 309, 320, 324-334, 351,
355, 365, 367 [.see Duanel; —from
Wm. Grayson (1787) Fed. Capital,
N. Eng. and Fed. Conven., Royall
Tyler's farce, 17. 461 ; lands in N. W.
Ter., 473; — from .Jos. Jones (1787-
1802), 15. 116-161, 17. 474, 487,
490-496, 509 [.see Jones! ; — to Levi
Lincoln (1810) offering justiceship,
15. 232; — from Jas. McClurg
(1787) return to Fed. Conven.,
exec, power, Marshall, Henry, dis-
turbances, reception of Constitution,
17. 470, 472, 474; — from Rev.
Jas. Madison (1787) Adams's De-
fence, 465; interest in Fed. Conven.,
470; — from _ Geo. Muter (1787)
Western affairs, 451; — from Ed-
mund Pendleton (1765-82), 19.
107-167 [see Pendleton]; — from
Arch. Stuart (1787) Va. Assembly,
Anti-Federalists, 17. 479.

Madison, Rev. James, letters to Madi-
son (1787) on Adams's Defence, in-
terest in Fed. Conven., 17. 465, 470.

Madrid, octroi smuggling, 11. 208;
bull-fight, 16. 471.^ _

Mafcking, Eng. rejoicing over relief,
14. 308-310.

Magaguadavic River, and Northeast-
ern boundary, 3. 3.50, 379.

Mngdzme of American History, on
Sparks's ed. of Washington's let-
ters, 4. 67.



Magdalena, , and Yrujo and

^\'m. Duane, 20. 284-285.

Magdelaine, prize case (1752), 5. 100.

Magee. »See also Magge.

Magee, James, privateersman, wreck
of Gen. Arnold, 10. 393, 12. 199;
cruise (1776), 198.

Magellan, Ferdinand de, Cabot mappe-
monde on, 6. 330.

Magellan Strait, Cabot mappe-monde
on, 6. 330.

Magery. See Majery.

Magge, Mark, in Va. (1651), 2. 6, 7.

Maggiolo. »See MaioUo.

Magic, tricks, 7. 270.

Magnusen, Finn, on Runamo runic
inscription, 4. 58.

Magruder, Ge7i. John B., at York-
town, 10. 431.

Mahaffy, John P.. at Congress of
Hist. Sciences (1903), 17. 246.

Mahan, Alfred Thayer, elected a
corresp. member M.H.S., 9. 159;
as naval historian, 13. 107; on
Constitution, 18. 121-123; trans-
ferred to honorary membership,
20. 535; acknowledgment, 550.

Mahon, Lord. See Stanhope (P. H.).

Maidston, John, letter to Winthrop
(1659) accredited to, 7. 363.

Maidwell, Laurence, clerk of Chancery
(1654), 13. 19.

Maine, Perry, prize case (1743), 5. 88.

Maine, Maverick's account (1660), 1.
231-234; kidnapped Indians
(1605), 2. 36-38; extent of Cleeve's
patent, 157; Popham Colony, 243-
244, 247-248; Sears Tract, 407,
413; royal memorials in, 4. 244;
Casco Bay settlers (1686), 13. 15 n.,
270; justices of peace, 230, 246,
270; court officers, 246; local of-
ficers, 257; mill rents, 276, 277;
and New York (1680), 408; Tre-
lawney claim, 16. 179. See also
Colonies, New England, North,
Northeastern boundary.

Maine Historical Society, celebration
of Pres. Bradbury's birthday
(1887), 3. 319; Cabot celebration,
12. 8.

Mainwaring. See Maynwaring.

Maiollo, Vesconte, facsim. of map
(1527), 8. 76; other reproductions,
78.

Maison, Marquis Nicolas J. de, 19.
443.

Maitland, Col. (?) Alexander, in Bos-
ton (1768). 10. 70.

Maitland, Frederic William,



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271



elected a corresp. member M.H.S.,
12. 168; death, 20. xviii.

Majery, Corporal Joseph, in cam-
paign of 1760, 4. 397.

Major, Joshua, exile in Amsterdam
(1602), 6. 64.

Major, Richard Henry, death, 6.
XX, 7. 360; reprinted M.H.S. paper,
6. 237; on Italian version of Colum-
bus's letter, 282-283; on date of
Cabot's voyage, 11. 158; on
Agnese's atlases, 380.

Malcom, Capt. Daniel, custom-house
raid on, 10. 63; on com. on Liberty
affair, 67.

Malcom, John, mobbed, 10. 82.

Maiden, Mass., Maverick's account
(1660), 1. 236; instructions on In-
dependence, 335-337 ; instructions
of 1774, 337; and slavery, 339; in
1650, 2. 47; church controversy
(1686), 13. 281, 285; pastor or-
dained (1709), 14. 34.

Malta, social life (1832), 19. 48.8-491.

Maltby, Capt. William, duel, 10. 57.

Malvern Hill, Am. forces at (1781),
6. 145, 146.

Mamoosin, Indian, commission for
trial, 1. 220.

Mamorare, island of, Cabot rnappe-
monde on, 6. 339.

Man, , innkeeper at Wrentham

(1775), 9. 42.

Man. Michael, ketch seized and re-
leased (1686), 13. 253.

Man, Samuel, house burned, 1. 154;
contributions for, 154.

Manchester, , innkeeper at

Thompson, Conn. (1804), 2. 6, 32.

Manchester, Leander C, acknowledg-
ment to, 20. .596 n.

Manchester, Mass., Maverick's ac-
count (1660), 1. 235; in 1650, 2. 47.

Manchester, S. C. (1804), 2. 29.

Manchester, Va., Brit, raid (1781),
6. 137.

Mandamus councillors, forced resig-
nations, 1. 193, 16. 287, 17. 289. See
also Regulating Act

Maneddo, Indian, adventures, 2. 36-
38.

Mangum, Willie P., at Harvard Com-
mencement (1834), 5. 214.

Manigault, Gabriel, of Charleston, 2.
29.

Manigault, Joseph, of Charleston, 2.
26.

Maning. See Manning.

Manly, Capt. John, privateersman,
prizes, 1. 21, 22, 10. 98; and Ply-



mouth panic, 2. 159; ship destroyed

(1776), 10. 94; admiralty suit

against (1776), 102.

Mann, , of Md. (1836), 7. 266.

Mann, Horace, and Webster, 15. 168.
Mann, FLCuben, sheriff in Ga., 20.

514.
Mann, Rufus, juror (1789), 19. 180.
Manners. See Social conditions.
Manning, Rev. James, of Providence.

6. 119.

Manning, John, in Am. army (1775),

12. 107.

Maiming, Nicholas, marshal (1686),

13. 246.

Manning, William, and Harvard
(1672), 5. 401; report on Harvard
Hall (1677), 9. 100.

Mann's Tavern, Wrentham, 3. 41, 10.
47.

Manors, patent to Shelter Island, 4.
290.

Mansfield, Captain, captures Provi-
dence Island (1666), 13. 8.

Mansfield, Abi (Hartwell), 5. 3.

Mansfield, Rev. Achilles, at Killings-
worth, 3. 44, 45; biog. note, 44 n.;
at Yale Commencement (1795), 47.

Mansfield, Ann [Mrs. Keayne], 4.
160 n.

Mansfield, Mrs. Catharine, prize case
(1748), 5. 91.

Mansfield, EHzabeth M. [Mrs. Wil-
liams, Mrs. Knappl, 5. 3.

Mansfield, Isaac, gift to M.H.S.
(1800), 4. 201-202.

Mansfield, Col. John, cashiered (1775),

7. 408.

Mansfield, Joseph, career, 5. 3.

Mansfield, Richard, exile in Amster-
dam, 6. 56.

Mansfield, William Murray, earl of,
and spurious Montcalm letters,

3. 202; briefs in prize cases (1743-
55), 5. 87-101; speech on Am.
(1775), 17. 307.

Manteuffel, Baron Otto von, on pri-
vateering, 1. 25.

Manual training, beginning in Boston
schools, 3. 240.

Manufactures, Richmond arsenal and
flour-mill (1804), 2. 20; silk, in
Nantucket, 3. 8; glass, in Pa.
(1798), 18; at Pawtucket (1801),

4. 124; iron, in Mass. (1644-47),

8. 12 n., 13-17; agreement to en-
courage, in Mass. (1786), 498; Bos-
ton sailcloth (1768), 14. 45 v.

Manumission. See Emancipation.
Manuscript Department of Library



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MANUSCRIPTS-MARBLEHEAD



of Congress, collections and policy,
18. 335-340, 461-465.
Manuscripts of M.H.S., various, pre-
sented, 1. 223, 224, 250, 379, 2.
257, 265,. 481, 3. 2, 319, 321, 4. 77.
78, 376, 6. 165, 285, 7. 316, 8. 23,
118, 291, 10. 472, 12. 196, 264-266,
426, 15. 521, 16. 20, 18. 325; Eliza
Quincy Collection, 1. 33-44; Park-
man, 360-362, 2. 70, 225-228, 3.
152-153, 4. 44-46, 6. 165, 285, 391-
392, 7. 348, 8. 171, 415; cat. and
index, 2. 392, 3. 2.54, 4. 103-105,
358, 7. 370; size of collection
(1886), 2. 394; (1887), 3. 281
(1888), 4. 108; (1889), 349; (1890)
5. 449; (1891), 6. 415; (1892), 7
372; (1893), 8. 196; (1894), 9
25; (1895), 10. 124; (1896), 568
(1897), 11. 332; (1898), 12. 188
(1899), 13. 78; (1900), 14. 142
(1901), 15. 43; (1902), 16. 144
(1903), 17. 229; (1904), 18. 286
(1905), 19. 223; (1906), 20. 227
Winthrop Papers, 4. 65, 13. 310-
311, 19. 307; papers of Romeo
Elton, 4. 77 ; diaries of Jos. Quincy,
123, 14.304; by-laws on, 4. 230-
231; used by Prince, 300 ?;.; Hol-
den's journal (1660), 384; cabinets
for, 6. 165, 13. 311, 20. 245;
Lincoln Papers, 6. 166, 7. 11;
copying of, suggested, 6. 418-419,

7. 371; Chas. Deane on editing,
55-56; of Micmac names, 455,

8. 21; letters of J. Q. Adams, 10.
374; letters of Jon. Sewall, 407-
408; records of New South trans-
ferred, 540; Sibley Papers, 11. 67,
20. 245; Otis Papers, 11. 182-184,
221-226, 332; of W. H. Channing
returned, 332; acquisition, amount
and publication, 12. 162-164
movement to increase, 166, 168
com. on increase, 169; report, 261-
264; Hist. MSS. Com. (1898-90),
264, 13. 142, 14. 163; .Jefferson
Papers, 12. 264-273 ; papers of Mrs.
Dall, 13. 310; Chase Papers, 375-
378; Mather-Cotton deeds, 424;
Story Papers, 14. 256; easier access
suggested, 15. 50; papers of Wm.
Schouler, 16. 477; of Jas. Savage,
17. 229; Quincy Papers, 18. 188,
250-251; papers of Gen. John
Thomas, 420, 422; memoirs of J.
C. Dyer, 444-447; diary of Dud-
ley Bradstreet, 19. 83; from estate
of C. E. French, 20. 227; docs, on
domestic slave-trade, 409; Graupner



Collection, 438; papers of P. T.

Jackson, 590. See also Archives,

Autographs, Collections, Library of

M.H.S.
Manvil, Nicholas, killed at Wyoming

(1778), 3. 345.
Maori, decline, 17. 6.
Maple sugar, described (1782), 4. 11.
Maps. — For illus. see next title. —

Waters-\Vinthrop,of Eastern Mass.,

1. 211-214, 6. 2.59, 7. 335-338;
early, of Boston and Boston Har-
bor, 1. 211, 2. 478-480, 8. 228,
230, 18. 329; Winthrop's chart of
North Shore, 1. 214-215; ancient,

2. 200, 261; Pound's N. Eng.,
479; solution of Sparks's "red-
line" map question, 3. 361-366;
Franklin-Hartley sketch, 366-367,
4. 60; Oswald, 3. 367; Hubbard's
New England (1677), 4. 13-21,
199-206, 6. 41, 19. 54; atlas of
wars of French Rev. (to 1806),
4. 46; showing Ordinance of 1784,
60; of Mexico City (1550), 308;
Cabot mappe-mojide (1544), 6. 305-
339, 10. 118; influence of Cartier's
explorations, 7. 298-312 ; of North-
west (1785), 364-366, 14. 167;
of Asiatic-Am. connection theory,
8. 67, 70, 77, 11. 375-376, 378; an-
ticipations of Cartier's voyages, 8.
70-78 [see St. Lawrence Gulf]; of
Sea of Verrazano, 76, 11. 377; early
chart of New York Harbor, 8. 228,
230; Agnese's, on Am., 11. 372-
385 ; Cabot's chart and Cosa's map,
12. 5; Livermore's hist, atlas of
Europe, 108-111, 18.290-291; of
coast survey, 13. 448; Blanchard-
Langdon, of N. H. and Canada
(1756), 18. 199, 399; French, of
Canada and N. Eng. (c. 1756), 399.

Maps, "Wine Hills," 4. 199; "White
Hills," 6. 41; section of Waters-
Winthrop, 7. 26; Maiollo (1527), 8.
76, 78; part of Worcester County
(1785), 280; survey of Clark's
Island, 12. 346; Bahamas, 13. 9;
Athens and Salamis, 17. 384.

Ma(]ua Indians. See Mohawk.

Marathon, battle of, Herodotus'a
description considered, 17. 252-
262; not a general decisive en-
gagement, 253, 255, 258, 261; Per-
sian force, 256-258.

Marblehead, Mass., on early map, 1.
212; Maverick's account (1660),
236; in 16.50, 2. 47; royal arms
in, 4. 244; their fate, 244 «.; Foy



MARBOIS-MARSH



273



as name for, 337; impressment in-
cident (1769), 10. 71; not port of
entry (1686), 13. 264; women kill
Indians (1677), 40.5.

Marbois, Fran9ois de Barbe-, and J.
Q. Adams (1779), 16. 293; as host
(1829), 19. 442.

Marburg, archives on Am. Rev., 3.
219.

Marbury, Anne [Mrs. Hutcliinson], 3.
207.

Marbury, Anthony, of Eng. (1665),
13. 19.

Marcel, , and death of Mont-
calm, 4. 97.

March. See Marsh.

Marchand, Ca'pt. John R., on Brit,
coast (1861), 18. 139-140.

Marchant, Cornelius, autobiog. sketch
of privateering, 12. 198-200.

Marchant, Henry, 16. 457-459; biog.
note, 457 n.

Marchant, William, Commencement
part, 3. 47; death, 47 n.

Marcou, Jane (Belknap), presents
Belknap Papers. 4. 206; thanks to,
207.

Marcou, Jules, death announced, 12.
XX, 196. _

Marcy, William L., and Convention
of Paris, 1. 26; at Leicester Acad-
emy, 7. 34 re.; and tariff (1832),
19. 523.

Maresquelle, Louis de, letter to the
Cincinnati (1789) seeking admis-
sion, 6. 161.

Margry, Pierre, death announced,
10. 294; M.H.S. tribute to, 554;
port., 14. 144; Sparks on (1846),
15.91.

Marichal, , port, of Lion Gardiner,

2. 394.

Marine. — See also analyzed refer-
ences under Admiralty, Naviga-
tion, Navy, Neutral trade, Piracy,
Privateering, Ships. — Safety of
Am. (1775), 1. 16; Congress and
capture of Brit., 17; law of capture,
26, 27; N. Eng. shipping (1660),
248; Conn. (1795), 3. 44, 45, 48,
49; R. L (1801), 4. 125; Sound
packets (1789, 1801), 127, 16. 457-
461; prosperity of Am., 6. 201;
Brit, and Am. Steam Nav. Co., 7.
35; Ohio River travel (1836), 27.3-
294; description of river boat,
289; _ decline of Am., 17. 119;
carrving trade and peace negotia-
tions (1782), 416-419. See also
Commerce.



Marion, Ellen (Bridge), 16. 48.
Marion, Joseph, career, 16. 42-48;

AUTOG., 43.
Marissen, Jenneke []\Irs. Wilson], 6. 63.
Mark, Mary, killed by Indians (1691),

7. 157.

Mark, Patrick, of Dunstable, 7. 157.

Market, advertisement of Boston
(1687). 9. 473: Boston, authorized
(1686), 13. 271.

Markham, Sir Clements R., letter to
R. C. Winthrop (1890), 5. 421; on
Cabot on Am. coast, 11. 161.

Marlborough, Mass., Indian attack
(1704), 1. 157, 14. 29; Breck or-
dained minister, 1. 157; Hudson's
History. 4. 31; population (1790),
136; note-book of Wm. Brins-
mead (1682-95), 298-301; Indian
alarm (1688), 299; first ordination
at, 301; inn (1677), 6. 89; rumor
about (1774), 10. 87; Tompson's
verses on (1676), 266.



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