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Marlborough, Am. privateer (1777),
12. 199.

Marquand, Joseph, biog. note, 16.
387 n. ; mentioned, 397, 442.

Marquand, Mrs. Joseph, 16. 387, 388.

Marquise d'Antin, prize case (1748),

5. 90-91.

Marrett, Daniel, at Harvard Com-
mencement (1825), 5. 194.

Marriage, early, in N. C, 2. 22; Dud-
ley's proclamation (1686), 13.
235; civil, in colon. N. Eng., 19.
173. See also Sexual morality.

Marritt, Thomas, at Saybrook (1645),

8. 9.

Mars, Am. brig, docs, on detention

(1802), 18. 325.
Marsh, , of Braintree, marriage

(1709), 1. 160.
Marsh, Lievt. Alexander, of Braintree,

6. 482.

Marsh, Ann [Mrs. Quincy], 16. 307.
Marsh, Ebenezer Grant, memoir,

7. 124.

Marsh, George Perkins, (P B K ora-
tion (1847), 9. 142; biog. note,
142 n.; on Choate, 11. 149.

Marsh, Col. John, Indian fight (1697),
1. 151, 14. 28; expedition (1703),
33; in Phips's Quebec expedition,
15. 288, 295, 299.

Marsh, Rev. John, at Yale Commence-
ment (1795), 3. 47; biog. note,
47 7?.; at Weathersfield, 49; Har-
vard D.D. (1806), 5. 171.

Marsh, Jonathan, death (1708), 14.



18



274



MARSH-MARSTON



Marsh, Rev. Jonathan, of New Hart-
ford, at siege of Boston, 7. 402.

Marsh, Jonathan, of Newburyport,
representative (1788), 16. 417 ; biog.
note, 417 n.

Marsh, Rev. Joseph [1], record of
church discipUne (1713-24), 6.
485-487.

Marsh, Joseph [2], private school, 14.
200.

Marsh, Capt. • Nathaniel, non-con-
sumption agreement (1786), 8.
497; mentioned, 16. 348.

Marsh, William, jr., drawing by, 7.
374.

Marshall, Deliverance, birth, 1. 156.

Marshall, Emily [.Mrs. Otis], 14. 108.

Marshall, G., exile in Amsterdam, 6.
56.

Marsliall, Gad, death at Wyoming,

3. 346.

Marshall, Plagar, death, 14. 27.

Marshall, Henry, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 179.

Marshall, Humphrey, in China, 2.
258.

Marshall, John [1], petition for wages
(1686), 13. 251; pay, 276, 281;
death, 14. 23.

Marshall, John [2], of Braintree,
diary (1697-1711), 1. 148-164,14.
13-34; career and character of
diary, 1. 148-150, 14. 13-15;
family, 1. 151, 156; constable, 152,
158; contributions, 153, 154; im-
pressed, 157, 161 ; and John Webb,
159, 160; miUt. watch, 161, 163,
14. 30-31; death notices in diary,
16-27; Indian notices, 27-30.

]\Iarshall, John [3], death, 14. 21.

Marshall, Ch. J. John [Letters follow],
statue, 1. 200; on Maiden's in-
structions on Independence, 335;
in picture of Va. Conven. of 1829,

4. 306; as honorary member
M.H.S., 14. 355 n.; Athenaeum
port, and bust, 355 n.-356 n.
X Y Z mission papers, 15. 89-90
phrase resembling Lincoln's 92
and Jay Treaty, 151, 152; Story
on death, 220; addresses on, and
biog., 16. 129, 130, 18. 185-186;
port., 16. 145; reality of leadership,
17. 110?!.; elected to Assembly
(178"), 457; and impotence of
Confederation, 471; and Burr trial,
20. 299.

Letters: to Timothy Pickering
(1826) Ga. affairs, W. B. Giles, 14.
321; (1827) Washington, 322; —



to Story (1819) nail machinery,
reception of McCulloch vs. Md.,
admiralty questions, 324-327;
(1821) bankruptcy case, recep-
tion of Cohens vs. Va., Jeffei'son,
internal rev. case, 328-331; (1823)
Bank vs. Dandridge, new Justice,
admiralty question, Adams-Cun-
ningham corresp., 331-334; (1628)
port., bust, Adams's candidacy.
Story's discourse, Indians, Justice
Trumble, 335-338; (1829) Hop-
kinson's appointment, Va. Conven.,
Story's professorship, 338-341;
(1830) Ch. J. Parker, Craig vs. Mo.,
Madison, 341; (1831) Cabinet,
Justices' lodgings, possible resigna-
tion, domestic griefs, operation.
Justice Baldwin, 341-349; (1832)
books for Cong, law libraiy, Va.
and Jackson, Nullification, Com-
mentaries, 349-354; (1833) pres-
entation copies of Washington,
Commentaries, compromise tariff,
Justices' lodgings, 354-359; (1834)
Va. politics, possible resignation,
359.

Marshall, Mary, birth, 1. 151.

Marshall, Mary (Sheffield) [Mrs.
Mills], 14. 15.

Marshall, Thomas, of London, will
(1625), 5. 264.

Marshall, Deacon Thomas, on Boston
town com. (1657), 1. 326.

Marshall, Thomas, characterized
(1775), 12. 140.

Marshall, Mrs. W'illiam, death,?. 171.

Marshall, William B., of Ga., 20. 519.

Marshall, William E., engravings by,
8. 196.

Marshfield, Samuel, marshal (1686),
13. 243; and Quabaug (1686), 275.

Marshfield (Green Harbor), Mass.,
Maverick on (1660), 1. 242 ; in 1650,
2.48; loyalist refugees, 231; view
of Webster's house, 7. 373; iron
ore (1644), 8. 13, 14; pre-Rev.
inn, 10. 47; regulars sent to (1774),
89.

Marshpee Indians, mission, 3. 168.

Marsters, John M., Commencement
part (1847). 5. 253, 253 n.

Marston, Benjamin [1], letter from
Isaac WInslow on son, 2. 230;
at New York, 237; letter from
Joanna White (1783) appeal for
aid, 240; bill. 241; family con-
nections, 3. 387, 403 n. ; guest of
Old Colony Club, 410.

Marston, Col. Benjamin [2], illness



MARSTON-MARY II



275



when child, 2. 230; biog. note,

231 n.; in N. S., 3. 68.
Marston, Elizabeth [Mrs. Watson],

3. 403 n.
Marston, Elizabeth (Winslow), 2.

231 n.
Marston, Eunice [Mrs. Goodwin,

Mrs. Watson], 3. 387.
Marston, Haesgen (Abrahams), 6. 56.
Marston, Capt. John, tavern-keeper in

Boston, 10. 38; characterized, 12.

141.
Marston, John, M., consul at Palermo,

2. 52, 7. 322.
Marston, Lucia [Mrs. Watson], 3.

387.
Marston, Martha (Thayer). 2. 52.
Marston, Nymphas, Commencement

part' (1807) and biog. note, 5. 171,

171 ?i.
Marston, Patience [Mrs. Watson], 3.

403 71.
Marston, Phebe [Mrs. Scott, Mrs.

Watson], 3. 401 n.
Marston, Thomas, exile in Amster-
dam (1600), 6. 56.
Martha's Vineyard, work of Mayhews

on, 1. 243; in 1650, 2. 48; Brit.

report on (1779), 3. 84-88; and

State govt., 86-88; in 1801, 4.

128; estates sequestered (1675),

13.399.
Martial law, royal instructions on,

in N. H. (1702), 8. 101; J. Q.

Adams and emancipation through,

15. 436-478 [see Adams].
Martin, , innkeeper at Lumber-
ton, N. C. (1805), 2. 34.
Martin, Sergeant, in campaign of

1760, 5. 357.
Martin, Capt. Adam, at siege of Bos-
ton, 9. 81.
Martin, Alice, [Mrs. Dericks], exile

in Amsterdam (1607), 6. 56.
Martin. Anne, and small-pox epidemic

(1764), 13. 390-392.
Martin, Anne (Gordon), 13. 384, 385.
Martin, Augustus P., port., 7. 373.
Martin, Barkley, purchases slaves,

20. 514-515.
Martin, Betty, illness when a child

(1753), 13. 384; and small-pox

epidemic (1764), 390-392; at a

dance, 395.
Martin, Elizabeth [Mrs. Wright],

exile in Amsterdam (1599), 6. 56.
Martin, Esteban, printer in Mexico,

12. 398.
Martin, Fran9ois Xavier, Harvard

LL.D. (1841), 5. 233,



Martin, George, exile in Amsterdam,
6. 56.

Martin, Henri, M.H.S. tribute to, 1.
4-5.

Martin, Henry, exile in Amsterdam,
6. 56.

Martin, James, as child (1753), 13.
385 ; and small-pox epidemic (1764),
390-392; and Stamp Act riots,
393.

Martin, Capt. John, in campaign of
1760, 4. 391, 394, 396, 402, 404. 5.
358.

Martin, John P., pseudonym, 19. 192.

Martin, Luther, 2. 14; Anti- Feder-
alist, 17. 503, 504, 507.

Martin, Mary, of Chelmsford, 12. 337.

Martin, Richard, of Boston, on trade
com. (1686), 13. 249.

Martin, Richard, of Charlestown, sea-
captain (1690), 7. 152. _

Martin, Susanna, not included in
witchcraft indemnity, 1. 81.

Martin, (?) Thomas (1672), 4. 265,
266.

MUrtin, Capt. Will, suit, 13. 379-381;
and Gov. Cornwallis, 381; corresp.
with Jas. Gordon (1752-65), 381-
396.

Martin, William, absentee loyalist,
10.164; confiscated Boston estate,
180.

Martindale, , of Bristol, drowned

(1691), 7. 158.

Martindale, Captain, privateersman,
prisoner at Halifax, 2. 301.

Martineau, Rev. James, Frotliingham
meets, 10. 517; mistaken recollec-
tion, 18. 302;_ in 1830, 19. 467.

Martire Vermigli. See Vermigli.

Martyr, Peter, and Columbus's dis-
covery, 8. 67.

Marvell, Andrew, on Amsterdam, 6.
42._

Marvin, David, death at Wyoming, 3.
346.

Marvin, Mrs. Reinold, makes car-
tridges, 4. 294, 295.

Marvin, Ruth, makes cartridges, 4.
294; Mrs. Kirby, 295.

Marvin, Seth, death at Wyoming, 3.
346.

Marvin, Uriah, death at Wyoming,
3. 346.

Marvin, William T. R., gift to M.H.S.,
1. 224.

Mary H. of England, and witch-trials
in Mass., 1. 92; Cutts's dedication
to, 2. 194; port, in Boston, 4. 241 j
Mather's Observanda, 9. 506.



276



MARY-MASON



Mary, Boston sloop (1689), 2. 479;
in Phips's Quebec expedition, 15.
306.
Mary, royal yacht (1695), 2. 180.
Mary (1714), 15. 329.
Mary, privateer (1752), 5. 101.
Mary, Am. bark (1807), 12. 252.
Mary and John, Popham Colony ship,

2. 243.
Mary Anne, in Phips's Quebec ex-
pedition, 15. 306.
Mary Flower, in Phips's Quebec ex-
pedition, 15. 307.
Mary of Bristol, royalist ship, cap-
tured, 1. 241.
Marye, Stephen, prize case (1743), 5.

87.
Maryland, royal memorials in, 4. 249;
travel through (1836), 7. 265-268;
Federal surplus and free schools
(1836), 266; courts (1836), 266;
and navigation of Mississippi (1787),
17. 461; and ratification of Con-
stitution, 484, 499, 503-507; and
Western claims (1780), 19. 114;
people of Northeastern (1812), 375.
See also Colonies, South.
Masconomet, deed to Winthrop
(1638), 5. 305.

Maseek, , S. C. planter (1804), 2.

29.
Masie, Susan [Mrs. Brown], exile in

Amsterdam (1610), 6. 56.
Masie, William, exile in Amsterdam
(1621), 6. 56.

Maskelyne, , London merchant

(1662), 5. 291.
Mason. See also Masson.

Mason, , in Eng. with Hillhouse

(1739), 9. 364, 369.
Mason, Alphonso, 3. 143.
Mason, Ann [Mrs. Babson], 3. 143.
Mason, Anna [Mrs. Grant], 2. 5, 17.
Mason, Charles, of Va., port., 10.

125.
Mason, Charles, Commencement
part (1832) and biog. note, 5. 208,
208 re.
Mason, Daniel, of Newport, 2. 238.
Mason, David, dines with Bellomont,

2. 127.
Mason, Capt. Edmund, in Boston

society (1770), 10. 32, 76.
Mason, Edward C, Veto Power, 5. 165.
Mason, Elizabeth [Mrs. Winthrop],

20. 193.
Mason, George, senatorial candidacy
(1790), 15. 134; and national
theory of Constitution, 16. 165,
166; in Fed. Conven., 17. 474;



Anti-Federalist letter to Washing-
ton (1787), 477; opposition to Con-
stitution, 477-479, 484, 495, 496;
and Va. port bill, 489.
Mason, George C, and Stuart's port.

of John Randolph, 1. 30.
Mason, James M., Conway episode, 13.
194; Federal measure to capture,
18. 139 n. See also Trent affair.
Mason, Jeremiah, anecdote of travel-
ling on Sunday, 19. 177.
Mason, Capt. John [d. 1635], patents,
1. 233, 234; Tuttle's memoir, 411;
and established church, 16. 176,
177.
Mason, Major John [d. 1672], Pequot

War and reprints, 6. 346, 10. 331.
Mason, John [d. 1736], in London, 9.

349, 354.
Mason, Rev. John M., as preacher, 19.

370 ; biog. note, 370 n.
Mason, Jonathan [1], Boston mer-
chant, 2. 5; selectman (1769), 10.
71; characterized, 12. 140.
Mason, Jonathan [2], Boston estate,
1. 315, 324; career, 2. 5; diary of
journey to Savannah (18()4-05), 5-
34 ; on New Haven preachers, T; on
wooden houses, 7; on G. Morris, 8;
on New York City, 8 ; on its society,
9, 10; on unmarried people, 9, 12;
on Philadelphia's gro\\i:,h and so-
ciety, 11-13; on Pa. politics, 12; on
gunboats and navy, 12; on Yrujo's
ball, 13 ; on death of Bishop Parker,
14; on Baltimore, 15; on Annapolis,
15; waits on Jefferson, 16; on dis-
sensions in Washington, 17; on im-
peachment of Chase. 18; on slavery,
18, 19, 24, 25; on Richmond, 19;
on Northern social superiority, 19;
on Republican party, 19; on poor
whites, 22, .30; on a S. C. planta-
tion, 24; in Charleston, 25-27; on
Savannah, 27; on death of father-
in-law, 28 ; on discomforts of travel,
30-31; memorandum of expenses,
32-34.
Mason, Jonathan [3], 2. 11 n.
Mason, Lucy (Stratton), 3. 143.
Mason, Miriam, love affairs, 2. 409;

Mrs. Sears, 410.
Mason, Miriam (Clark), 2. 5.
Mason, Nehemiah, exhibition part

(1780), 18. 222.
Mason, Ralph, Boston estate. 1. 314,

317.
Mason, Robert, member of Dudley's
Council, 13. 228 ; attends, 226-237 ;
to examine Nowell's accounts,



MASON- MASSACHUSETTS



277



235 ; sent to Eng. with letters, 238 ;
N. H. claim (1686), 266; and Mass.
(1677), 14. 213.

Mason, Robert Means, in M.H.S.
group picture (1869), 3. vii; and
increase in M.H.S. membership
(1876), 10. 318; business firm, 12.
131; Friday Club, 14. 473.

Mason, Samuel, letters on R. I.
boundary (1698), 5. 297.

Mason, Susan L. [Mrs. Oliver], 8. 485.

Mason, Susannah (Powell), 2. 5; trip
to Savannah (1804), 5.

Mason, William, Plume Volante
(1707), 16. 475.

Mason, William [H. C. 1792], book
owned by, 17. 56.

Mason, W^illiam C, gift to Harvard
Library, 17. 56.

Mason, William P., Commencement
part and spread (1811) and biog.
note, 5. 176, 176 n.; subscription
to Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342;
Federal commissioner (1822), 14
401.

Mason Harbor, N. H., origin of name,
10. 465-467.

Masons, centennial medal of grand
lodge of Md., 4. 109.

Massachusettensis papers, contemp.
views on authorship, 6. 252-254,
399.

Massachusetts. — See also analyzed
reference under Boston, Council,
General Court, New England, Ply-
mouth, and counties, leaders,
towns, and wars by name. — Early
medical instruction, 1. 44-47, 225;
hist, significance, 7. 447-449, 13.
91-93; dealing with suicide, 16.
521-527, 531 ; legislations and cases
of highway robbery, 19. 178-190.

Colony, to 1692: Waters- Win-
throp map, 1. 211-216; Winthrop's
chart of Nort,h Shore (1630), 214;
Narragansett War, 229-231; Mav-
erick on extension over Me. and
N. H., 232-235; on settlements
(1660), 23.5-239, 244; on origin
and govt., 239-242; franchise, 239,
3. 221, 7. 203, 16. 484 ; intolerance,
1. 241, 8. 375-380, 403-412; oath
of fidelity, 1. 241: coinage, 241;
and New Neth., 246; Maverick's
first house, 366-373 ; first perma-
nent house, 372; pub. of early rec-
ords, 397; Eliot on settlements
and ministers (1650), 2. 46-48;
probable place of Cambridge Agree-
ment, 121; and R. I. (1649), 3.



257; Ellis's Puritan Age, 4. 91;
transfer of govt., 91, 8. 108-112;
trial of Anne Hutchinson, 4. 161-
191; boundaries on Hubbard's
map, 200; treatment of Quakers
(1658), 276; Endicott's Laws and
govt., 411, 7. 199-201, 232; earli-
est records, 5. 166, 320; genesis of
town govt., 267-269, 320-330, 7.
172-263, 441-449 [see Town govern-
ment]; origin of general govt., 5.
324-327; early phases of estab.
church, 330; character of founders,
6.270,8.409; paper money (1691),

6. 397, 442; regulation of convey-
ance, 7. 135 n. ; epidemic of measles
(1688), 145; Andros's govt, and
overthrow, 149-150, 9. 478, 12.
282, 13. 410-411, 17. 18-19, 66
convention at Charlestown (1690)

7. 152, 153; dissatisfaction with
restored go\i;. (1690), 155-157
question of theocracy, 187, 189
192, 196, 204, 210, 228, 2.30, 239
policy of polit. development, 195 n.
236 n., 262; character of charter
197-201; anomaly of land system
239; manufacture of iron (1644-
47), 8. 1.3-17; Saltonstall on con-
ditions (1632), 208-209; printing
and press censorship, 272-273, 9.
425, 444, 475, 484, 11. 240-253;
criticism of Adams's Mass., her
Historians and Hifitory, 8. 374-382;
reply to criticism, 387, 402-412;
veracity of historians, 380-382;
Downing's defense against Gorges
(1633), 383-385; first masts sent
to Eng. (1634), 385, .386; trade,
386; letters on conditions (1631),
471-473; (16.38), 13. 126; supply
for Eng. fleet (1667), 12. 280; horse
racing, 405; current money (1682),
406;'^Blackweirs bank (1686), 13.
24, 18. 63-81; Bahama refugees
(1686), 13. 15??., 258, 265, 270;
Scotch servants, 32 n. ; Rushworth
as agent, 51; negotiations for new
charter,_128, 129,14. 21&-217, 15.
318; written currency note of 1690,
13. 142-156; vacating of charter,
222,292-295; Dudley's presidency,
223-225; ports of entry (1686),
264; and Randolph (1676-86), 289-
295; and Eng. flag, 297, 327 n.;
Mason claim affairs (1677), 14.
213-215; early houses of Bay
region, 286-296; and Piscataqua
settlement, 16. 175-181, 19. 169-
170; "Abstract of Laws of N.



278



MASSACHUSETTS



Eng." and "Moses, his Judicials,"
16. 274-284 ; and Peqiiot War, 484-
487; Shrimpton case [1686), power
after vacating of charter, 19. 38-
50; seal 54; episode of Sir Christo-
pher Gardiner, 20. 578-580.

Province, 1692-1776: provisions
for navy (1775), 1. 16; first naval
expedition in Rev., 17; witchcraft,
65-70, 77-118, 339-359 [see Witch-
craft]; jurors under new charter,
67 ; funds for Crown Point expedi-
tion (1755), 70; royal prerogative
in ecclesiastic affairs, 91 n.; earth-
quakes (1697, 1705), 150, 14. .33;
drouglit (1697), 1. 150, 151; grippe
(1698), 152; crops (1701-08), 155,
157, 159, 160; severe winter (1703),
156; storms (1701-03, '07), 158,
14. 20-22; use of title "colony"
(1775-76), 1. 192-199; Regulating
Act, mandamus councillors, 193-
195, 10. 85, 11. 294, 14. 52-54, 16.
287, 17. 271-272, 289; govt, and
Continental Cong. (1775), 1. 196-
197; reorganization (1775), 198-
199, 17. 299; Land Bank, 1. 225;
domestic slave-trade, 3. 321, 6. 250;
journey across (1694), 4. 79; jour-
nal of intercolon. Com. of Corresp.,
82-90; census (1765), 137-139;
royal memorials and emblems in,
239-244 ; papers on Conn, boundary
(1699-1703), 5. 300, 304; pay for
soldiers (1758), 6. 31; Massachu-
settensis papers, 252-254, 399;
influence of residence on pre-Rev.
struggle, 252 n. ; Indian alarm and
scout (1748), 430-432; church as
club, 480; and slavery and slave-
trade, 7. 77-78; news of new govt.
(1692), 159; Belcher on his dis-
missal, 9. 12-15; paper money, 13,
354, 369, 12. 429-456, 13. 145. 154,
315-327, 17. 184-208 [see Paper
money]; Belcher as Gov., 9. 331,
337, 347. 350, 382; Shute's grie-
vances, 339, 344; Burnet as Gov.,
344; Shiriey as Gov., 389; press
censorship, 495, 496, 499; country
inns, 10. 47; fishing as sport., 48-
52; N. Y. boundary commission
(1767), 63; (1773), 78; dispute over
election of atty.-gen., 285-288;
table of attys.-gen., 289-291; so-
licitors-gen., 291; Bowdoin and
Temple Papers, 11., 2S6-200; com-
mission of atty.-gen., 12. 51-54;
precedent for minutemen, 75 ; fron-
tier conditions (1706), 197-198; ad-



dresses to Hutchinson and Gage
(1774) and protests, 14. 48 n.-ol n. ;
table of courts (1692), 17. 39;
polit. conditions Q772), 265; Pro-
vincial Cong. (1775), 284; declared
in rebellion, 280, 284; alarm of
Sept. 1774,289; R. I. boundary dis-
pute (1731), 19. 20-34; Hutchin-
son on affairs (1765-69), 20. 535-
537; lack of biogs., 587-590. See
also Colonies.

Stale: Shavs's Rebellion, 1. 76,
298-312, 4. "158-159, 7. 19, 120,
15. 372, 16. 318, 404 n., 405,
17. 352, 353, 453, 4.58, 463, 19.
276 ; security of bank notes. 1. 389 ;
motto, 2. 39-41, 3. 255-256; loy-
alists, 2. 234 ; govt, and Civil War,
3. 329-332, 19. 237-241 ; Bullock
as Gov., 3. 335; centenary of Rati-
fication, 4. 66; travel in South-
eastern (1801), 126-135; population
during Am. Rev., 139; at centenary
of Washington's inauguration, 371 ;
literary celebrities, 7. 9; severe
winter (1779-80), 8. 113; "dark
day," 114; great hail storm (1797),
114-115; Bowdoin on constitution
(1780), 290; non-consumption agree-
ment (1786), 496; manumission
doc. (1776), 499-500; abolition of
Fast Day, 9. 19; relief for S. C. and
Ga. inhabitants (1781), 105, 169-
172 ; lack of history of period 1780-
1830, 11. 74; attitude of Wliigs
(1848-61), 278-282, 13. 200; Cen-
tennial exhibit, 11. 347-348; Know-
Nothingism, 392-393; Penobscot
expedition (1779), 12. 200-202; ad-
dress against Texan annexation
(1845), 426-428; Wolcott as Gov.,
14. 390-392, 18. 88-89 ; polit. diver-
gence from Va. (1787-1801), 15. 121,
154; specimen coins (1780), 16.
146; relative power of executive
and legislature, 242-247; Ratifica-
tion, 331, 340, 349, 352, 357, 360,
366, 367, 371, 378, 379, 381, 17.
494, 495; State elections (1787,
'88), 16. 404, 404??.; (1806), 20.
12-19; prosperity (1779), 17. 320;
trade conditions (1785, '86). 327,
329, 336, 337; relig. toleration
(1786), 352; Constitutional Con-
ven. (1853), 18. 30-48 [see Mass.
Convention]; and La. Purchase, 51,
5S; Antiraason agitation (1834-36),
108-109; portion of gazetteer
(1784-85), 328; schools of states-
men, 377-378. -See also North.



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270



Massachusetts Archives, commission
on, 2. 6S; early Am. imprints in,
12. 279-285, 420.

Massachusetts Bay, Brit, ships in
(1776), 10. 100, 101; (1778), 105.
See also Boston Harbor.

Massachusetts Bible Society, interest
of Stephen Salisbury, 2. 93; germ,
105.

Massachusetts Congregational Char-
itable Society, services of S. K.
Lothrop, 3. 168; purpose and
or£;anization, 17. 330-334, 346,
347.

Massachusetts Convention of 1853,
paper on, 18. 30-48; character of
present constitution, 31; origin of
convention, 32; records. 32; mem-
bers, 32-35; leaders, 36-39; de-
corum, Hillard episode, 39-41
reason for popular defeat of draft
41 ; basis of representation, 42
plurality vote, 43; judicial tenure
43; other proposed changes, 45
propositions submitted to voters,
46; popular vote, 46; subsequent
adopted amendments, 47; M.H.S.
members, 48.

Massachusetts Gazette, on capture of
Shattuck, 1. 305-309; on burning
of Brown's potash works (1786),
311.

Massachusetts Historical Society.
— See also analyzed references un-
der By-laws, Cabinet, Collections,
Committees, Council, Finances,
Library, Manuscripts, Membership,
Officers, Proceedings, Real estate,
Votes. — Beginning, 1. 1, 6. 268,
27&-278, 13. 81; and publication
of Hutchinson's diary, 1. 164, 167-
168; annual meetings (1884), 168;
(1885)2.66; (1886), 390; (1887),
3. 278; (1888), 4. 105; (1889),
337; (1890), 5. 437; (1891), 6.
402; (1892), 7. 366; (1893), 8.
182; (1894), 9. 18; (1895). 10.
118; (1896), 552; (1897), 11. 313;
(1898), 12. 172; (1899), 13. 63;
(1900), 14. 127; (1901), 15. 25;
(1902), 16. 126; (1903), 17. 209;
(1904), 18. 265; (1905), 19. 201;
(1906), 20. 201; publications of
members (1883-1906), 1. 169, 2.
68, 391, 3. 279, 4. 106, 348, 5. 4.39,
6. 404, 7. 368, 8. 185, 9. 22, 10. 121,
555, 11. 317, 12. 175, 13. 65, 14.
128, 15. 29, 16. 128, 17. 213, 18.
268, 19. 204, 20. 207; summer
meetings omitted (1884-1906), 1.



222, 2. 106, 3. 10, 321, 4. 157, 413,
6. 40, 518, 7. 465, 8. 274, 9. 97, 10.
256, 11. 67, 4i8, 12. 259, 13. 142,
14. 189, 15. 105, 16. 249, 17. 383,

18. 334, 19. 300, 20. 395; invitation
from Buffalo Hist. Soc, 1. 250;
meeting at Rich. Frotliingham's
(1875), 388; entertained by ex-
Pres. Winthrop, 2. 86; by Pres.
Ellis, 404, 3. 298, 4. 119, 366, 5.
457, 6. 420, 7. 383, 8. 201, 9. 39;
by Pres. Adams, 10. 138, 585, 13.
81, 14. 154, 15, 54, 16. 150, 18. 362,

19. 303, 20. 244; by T. K. Lothrop,

11. 336; by R. C. Winthrop, Jr.,

12. 195; by Vice-Pres. Rhodes,

19. 227; Columbus tercentenary,

2. 160 n., 5. 283-284; and Boston
bicentenary, 2. 220-221; special
meetings, at Chas. Deane's (1886),

3. 11; various, in Cambridge, 53-
55; in memory of Chas. Deane, 5.
116-141; in memory of Francis
Parkman, 8. 349-369; on business
(1897, 1901), 11. 450, 14. 483;
meeting at Fred. Tudor's (1858),
3. 53, 6. 76-78; and Harvard 250th
anniversary, 3. 101; Lowell Lec-
tures (1869), 296, 6. 208; and
Attucks memorial, 3. 313-318; in-
vitation from N. H. Hist. Soc, 4.
155; former govt., 337; falling-off
in value of communications, 341;
criticism of printing of reports of
annual meetings, 5. 108-110; con-
dition (1854), 122; services of
Chas. Deane, 123; date of nativity,
281-283, 347; centenary, 430, 6.
175, 196, 203, 214, 268-284; invi-
ted to Southampton celebration,
1 ; centennial bibliography, 203-
249, 34,3-349 ; pioneer work, 273-
274; homes, 278, 11. 308-312; pur-
pose and field, 6. 278, 12. 296, 13.
113-118, 19. 204, 20. 589; semi-
centenary, 6. 284 n. ; formal eulogies
discontinued, 403; importance of
accessibility, 8. 183; flag-hanging
days, 280; new edition of account
of, 473; Winthrop memorial meet-
ing, 9. 211-243; Ellis memorial
meeting, 244-269; new quarters
necessary, 10. 151 ; general location
of new quarters determined, 155-
158; greeting to Plymouth (1820),
394 n. ; and polit. discussions, 11.
110; and preservation of Constitu-
tion, 198, 200, 210, 315, 15. 493, 18.
60, 118-121, 189-192, 19. 409-412,

20. 3-5, 86 ; remarks on last meeting



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in Tremont Street building, 11. 306-
313; seal, 313; and return of
Bradford MS., 314-315, 15. 80;
temporary quarters, 11. 316, 12. 55-
58; and Cabot quatercentenary, 11.
417, 12. 2; meetings at rooms of
Am. Academy, 57, 74, 155, 168, 196,
259, 293, 340, 352, 372, 425; at J.
A. Lowell's (1872), 125; at W. S.
Appleton's (1898), 138; proposed
memorial ed. of Bradford and



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