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Winthrop, 169-172, 260-261, 293-
312, 340-342; invitation to Am.
Hist. Assoc, 349, 372; first meet-
ing in Fenway building, 13. 1 ;
and 450th anniversary of Univ. of
Glasgow, 14. 425, 15. 224, 227;
and Yale bicentenary, 180, 320-
323; and Alfred millenary, 186-
188 ; delegate to Congr§s des Am6-
ricanistes (1902), 264; and E. E.
Hale's 80th birthday, 493; and
monument to Gosnold, 16. 249;
character of meetings, 17. 211-212;
delegate to Cong, of Hist. Sciences
(1903), 245; and Boston Maga-
zine, 18. 326-329; origin of noon
meetings, 357 n. ; bicentenary of N.
Eng. Confed., 19. 361-362, 20. 367;
and State election in 1806, 15 n. ;
golden age, 233, 235; influence
of Jas. Savage, 235-237; delegate
to Franklin bicentenary, 246; and
Alex. McKenzie's anniversary, 534

Massachusetts Historical Trust Fund
use of income, 1. 77, 252, 2. 265, 3
97, 4. 54, 118, 219, 5. 115, 6. 196
414, 7. 10, 8. 56, 305, 9. 242, 10
363, 11. 331, 12. 74, 425, 13. 310
14. 304, 15. 264, 16. 477, 17. 227
18. 252, 19. 273, 20. 245; history
1. 173, 2. 72, 396, 3. 264, 292, 293
4. Ill, 351, 5. 440, 6. 406, 7. 374
8. 187, 9. 29, 10. 126, 557, 11. 320
12. 177, 13. 67, 14. 130, 15. 31, 16
131, 17. 215, 18. 272, 19. 206, 20
209; income account (1884), 1
177; (1885), 2. 76; (1886), 400
(1887), 3. 289; (1888), 4. 115
(1889), 356; (1890), 5. 445; (1891)
6.411; (1892), 7. 380; (1893), 8
192; (1894), 9. 34; (1895), 10. 133
(1896), 564; (1897), 11. 328
(1898), 12. 184; (1899), 13. 76
(1900), 14. 140; (1^01), 15. 39
(1902), 16. 140; (1903), 17. 224
(1904), 18. 281; (1905), 19. 217
(1906), 20. 221.

Massachusetts Horticultural Society,
services of J. C. Gray, 4. 23.



Massachusetts Hospital Life Insur-
ance Company, mortgage on
M.H.S. building, 11. 235, 414.

Massachusetts Infant Asylum, Ly-
man endowment, 20. 171.

Massachusetts Institute of Technol-
ogy, services of Pres. Walker, 11.
217, 13. 306-307; of J. A. Lowell,
12. 124; of Augustus Lowell, 15.
173-175.

Massachusetts or the first Planters of
New-England, 9. 509.

Massachusetts Quarterly Review, 20.
530.

Massachusetts Regulating Act. See
Regulating Act.

Massachusetts Society, right to title,
8. 59, 90.

Massachusetts Society for Promotion
of Agriculture, interest of John
Welles, 3. 99; of J. C. Gray, 4. 23.

Massachusetts Society of Colonial
Wars, gift to M.H.S., 10. 293.

Massachusetts Spy, displays royal
arms, 4. 241; order to prosecute
(1771), 10. 77.

Massequunt, Scatacook Indian, 6.
378.

Masson, Rose [Mrs. Dinwoodie], 1.
138.

Massue de Ruvigny, Henri de. See
Galway.

Mast ships on N. H. coast (1692), 7.
163.

Masterson, John, order to (1686), 13.
246.

Masterson, Mary (Goodale), Pilgrim
at Leyden, 17. 174.

Masterson, Richard, Pilgrim at Ley-
den, 17. 174.

Masts, preservation of forests for
royal, 8. 98.

Matchet, John, and tea question, 10.
80.

Mathematics, Priestley -on, 3. 15.

Mather, Atherton, book owned by,
12. 413.

Mather, Rev. Cotton, and mtchcraft,
1. 93, 105, 348, 20. 443; Sibley's
biog. sketch and list of publica-
tions, 2. 503; and custom of "driv-
ing a nail," 4. 221; on John Cot-
ton's expository sermons, 5. 82
on First Church in Cambridge and
Harvard, 401, 403, 409, 411, 413
engraving of house, 4.51 ; ports.
6. 417, 18. 238; Chas. Deane on, 7
70; watch, 8. 80; fast for rain
(1714), 224; funeral sermon on
Queen Anne, 225, 15. 332; father



MATHER



281



on, 8. 347, 348; Isaac Watts on,
9. 332, 343, 351; abridged biog.,
404, 408; letters from Watts, 410;
Am. imprints by (1682-1700), in
M.H.S. Library, 456, 474, 479, 481-
493, 497, 499, 500, 503-506, 508,
511, 513, 516, 518, 524, 526, 533,
12. 278, 279, 380, 17. 19-22, 26,
30; in other libraries, 12. 387-388,
390, 393, 394, 412, 17. 37, 41,
45-46, 48-53, 61-67; catalogue of
books by (1695), 9. 504; (1692),
17. 20; prefaces by, 9. 486, 496,
497, 499, 515; reply of Quaker to
(1692), 493, 12. 391; advertise-
ments of works, 9. 510, 516, 520,
17. 27, 29, 48, 49; index of titles
of works, 9. 536-537, 12. 420-422,
17. 73-75; on dates of Harvard
Commencements, 10. 194, 200,
201; on his graduation, 200;
Souldiers Counselled and Com-
forted, extant copies, 356; Present
State of New England, extant
copies, 356; Triumph of Reformed
Religion, extant copies, 356-357;
Humiliations followed with deliver-
ances, extant copies, 357; Decen-
nium Luctuosum, 359; Epistle to
Christian indians, extant copies,
359; Monitory and hortatory letter,
extant copies, 359; on Saml. Lee,
544; on Ottoman Empire, 12. 67;
on death of Randolph, 240; cur-
rency pamphlet, 431; and broth-
er's illness (1675), 13. 342; at
Harvard, 348-351; on Tituba's
confession, 15. 84; use of narra-
tive of Phips's expedition, 319;
and Council's assumption of con-
trol (1715), 344, 354; and Dudleys,
16. 26 n., 28; on Piscataqua set-
tlement, 178, 19. 169; forged letter
suggesting kidnapping of Penn, 16.
510; pamphlet defending, against
Calef's attack, 17. 27-28; "six
friends," 28, 55; and Brattle Street
Church, 30; Keith's answer to, 37;
on Higginson and Hubbard's Testi-
mony, 54-55; possible work on
medicine, 69, 71; extracts from
diary especially on library, 69-73;
and John Foster, 19. 58; Jas.
Savage's opinion, 20. 242, 439;
and the supernormal, 439-453;
character of Magnolia, 440; af-
flatus, 442 ; as investigator, 444-445,
447 ; and levitation, 445-447 ; and
spiritism, 447; Goodwin girl case,
451.



Mather, Rev. Eleazer [H. C. 1656],
8. 347; Serious Exhortation, 9,
430.

Mather, Dr. Eleazer [Y. C. 1737], 9.
41.

Mather, Rev. Increase, sends news
from Eng., 1. 157; and Cotton Hill
estate, 322; on spectral evidence,
341; letter to, from New London
(1683), 5. 294; sermons to stu-
dents, 402; and Harvard, 410, 10.
195, 202, 203, 13. 257, 346-349,
351, 353; first Harvard D.D., 5.
413, 20. 492; miniature and other
ports., 6. 442, 8. 80, 143-150; press
censor, 272, 9. 444, 446, 499; letters
to Anthony Wood (1690-91) on self
and various N. Eng. ministers, 8.
344-348; Am. imprints by (1670-
1700), in M.H.S. Library, 9. 426,
433, 436-438, 441-442, 447-450,
454, 455, 458, 460-462, 465-467,
471, 476, 479, 496, 518, 523, 533,
12. 275, 17. 17; in other libraries,
12. 283, 413, 418-419, 17. 40, 44,
49, 59; prefaces by, 9. 430, 435,
443, 452, 457, 458, 463, 496, 499,
505, 511, 524, 12. 381, 17. 29, 50, 51,
57; Keith's tract on, 9. 480; answer
to his Order of the Gospel, 522;
index of titles of works, 537, 12.
420-423, 17. 73-74; letter to (1683)
on changing Commencement date,
10. 202; Relation of the troubles,
extant copies, 331, 351; Essay for
recording of illustrious providences,
extant copies, price, 348; Brief
history of vmr with Indians, extant
copies, price, 348-349; Historical
discourse, extant copies, 351; De
Successu Evangelij, extant copies,
355 ; Brief Relation of State of New
England, extant copies, 355; cer-
tificate by, on members of church
(1678),_ 11. 226; Hollingsworth
Collection of pamphlets of, 12. 415-
418; and first Boston imprint, 13.
174-177; and Maiden church con-
troversy, 281; diaries (1674-84),
337-374, 397-412; self-searchings
before fasts (1675-76), 340, 343,
348, 350, 352, 355, 357, 359-361,
364, 366, 371, 374; and General
Court (1675-76, '80), 353, 359, 369,
400, 401, 408; and Gov._ (1676),
358 ; on ministerial authority, 359 ;
and pay for occasional preach-
ers, 363; reason for thanksgiving
(1676), 367, 373; preparation of
hist, of Indian wars, 364, 369, 372;



282



MATHER-MAVERICK



dissatisfaction with, 370; house
burned, 373-374, 404; prediction
of it, 373 n., 404; books from
Hoar's library, 374; superstitions,
399-402, 409; on progress of King
Pliilip's War, 400-406; on arrivals
of Randolph, 403, 408-410; on
Church of Eng. in Boston, 410;
on profanation under Andros, 410-
411 ; — deed, 424; and new charter,
14. 215, 15. 318; and Dudleys,
16. 26 n., 28; pamphlet defending,
against Calef's attack, 17. 27-28;
advertisements of works, 34, 41,
60 ; and John Foster, 19. 55, 58.

Mather, Jerusha, book owned by, 12.
393.

Mather, Mary (Cotton), and Cotton
HiU estate, 1. 322, 13. 424 ; death,

8. 222.

Mather, Rev. Nathaniel, brother of
Increase, 8. 347.

Mather, Rev. Nathaniel, son of In-
crease, 8. 347, 348; Sermon (1684),

9. 462, 12. 275; Boston Epherneris
•(1685, '86\ 9. 464; on John Black-
well, 13. 21 n.; illness (1675), 341-
342.

Mather, Rebecka, book owned by,
12. 413.

Mather, Rev. Richard, at Dorchester,
2. 46; at trial of Anne Hutchin-
son, 4. 186, 190; MS. of sermon
at Marlborough (1659), 301; ver-
sion of Psalms, 5. 244; ports., 6.
417, 8. 150, 19. 51, 53; son on
career, 8. 345; Summe of Certain
Sermons, 9. 414; Defence of Answer
of Synod, 421; biog. by son, 426;
and Wenham-Chelmsford matter
(1655), 12. 323; on voyage to N.
Eng., 17. 82.

Mather, Rev. Samuel, brother of In-
crease, brother on career, 8. 345,
346; Testimony against Idolatry, 9.
427.

Mather, Rev. Samuel, son of Increase,
on witch-trials, 1. 93 n. ; father on,
8. 347; Dead Faith Anatomized,

12. 412; illness (1675), 13. 341-
342; (1676), .367.

Mather, Rev. Samuel, nephew of In-
crease, preaches for uncle (1675),

13. 345.

Mather, Rev. Samuel, son of Cotton,
on Great Awakening, 9. 403; let-
ters from Isaac Watts, 410; com-
mendation of Barnard's Psalms,
11. 73; character, 17. 335.

Mather, Sarah, deed, 1. 322, 13. 424.



Mather, Timothy [d. 1685], inventory

of Foster's estate, 19. 60.
Mather, Timothy, letter to (1706), 5.

301.
Mather, Rev. William, Isaac Watts

on, 9. 363.
Mathews. See also Matthews.
Mathews, Charles, in Boston (1822),

14. 403.
Mathews, David, letter (1780) on

articles for Mather Byles, 10. 471.
Matson, Thomas, petition against

Aspinwall (1651), 12. 214.
Mattabesic. See Middletown.
Matterson. See also Madison.
Matterson, Winchett, death at Wy-
oming, 3. 346.
Matthews. See also Mathews.
Matthews, Adonijah, riot, 17. 473.
Matthews, Albert, Naming of Hull,

19. 274-276; elected a member

M.H.S., 20. 550.
Matthews, Jane [Mrs. Gray], 18. 158.
Matthews, John, and mutiny of Pa.

line, 1. 53; on instructing envoys,

61.
Matthews, Thomas, guest of Old

Colony Club, 3. 391, 425, 427-431.
Matthews, William, in campaign of

1760, punished, 4. 404.
Matthewson. See also Madison.
Matthewson, Constant, death at Wyo-
ming, 3. 346.
Mattun, Nathaniel, at Ft. Diunmer

(1724), 6. 366.
Maturine, Capt. Gabriel, in Boston

society, 10. 70; death, 89.
Maude, Rev. Daniel, Boston estate, 1.

325; at Dover, 2. 48.
Mauduit, Chevalier de, murdered in

Haiti, 2. 309, 309 n.; fidelity of

slave, 324 n.
Mauduit, Jasper, on presentation of

Pietas et Gratulatio, 11. 298. _
Maule, Thomas, Quaker, whipped,

16. 510.
Mauran, James E., gift to M.H.S.,

2. 121.
Maurice, Rev. Frederick D., influence

on H. E. Scudder, 17. 146.
Maverick, Elias, at Winnisimmet, 1.

369.
Maverick, John, of Dorchester, 1.

369.
Maverick, Moses, at Winnisimmet, 1.

369.
Maverick, Samuel, "Description of

New England" (1660), 1. 231-249

house at Winnisimmet, 236, 369

location of first house, 366-373



MAVERICK-MEAD



283



succors sick Indians (1663), 369,
370; "Mr." Maverick, 369-370;
trips in pinnace, 371; date of
building on Noddle's Island, 371;
builds first permaneiit house in
Bay Colony, 372; Va. trade (1651),
3. 6; on loyal petition (1666), 6.
472,476.

Maverick, Samuel. See Boston Mas-
sacre.

Maxcy, Jonathan, at Brown Com-
mencement (1795), 3. 42; biog.
note, 42 n.

Maxwell, Archibald M., at Harvard
Commencement (1840), 5. 231;
anecdote of Washington, 6. 349-
350.

Maxwell, Thompson, narrative of
Sullivan's expedition, 2. 438; in
campaign of 1760, 4. 390, 399.

Maxwell, Gen. William, in battle of
Monmouth, 3. 114; in Sullivan's
expedition, 129.

May, , exile in Amsterdam, 6.

57.

May, Abigail (Fellowes), 20. 47.

May, Dorothy [Mrs. Bradford], 6. 46,
56, 17. 173.

May, Sir Erskine, on last royal veto,

5. 159.

May, Henry, exile in Amsterdam

(1613), 6. 56.
May, Jacqueline, exile in Amsterdam

(1609), 6. 56.
May, Rev. Joseph, writes memoir of

J. C. Ropes, 14. 198.
May, Mrs. Mary, exile in Amsterdam,

6. 56.

May, Samuel, protest against stu-
dents' long hair (1673), 9. 99.

May games, allowed by Book of
Sports, 19. 89.

Maya, Diego de, in Menendez's ex-
pedition, 8. 444.

Maycox plantation, Va., Am. troops
at (1781), 6. 146.

Mayer, Frank B., on royal arms in
Md., 4. 250 n.

Mayer, Rev. Philip F., biog. note, 19.
382 n.

Mayflower, captain, surgeon, and
factor, 5. 35-37; first Plymouth
record of name, 11. 70; missing
account of voyage, 367, 12. 17; en-
graving, 19. 274.

Maygatt, (1654), 4. 272.

Mayhew, Captain, at Louisburg
(1745), 11. 442.

Mayhew, Anna [Mrs. Thomas], 3. 385.

Mayhew, Rev. Experience, Massa-



chusee Psalter, extant copies, price,
10. 343 ; on Indian languages, 16. 35.

Mayhew, Jonathan, of Chilmark, 3.
402 n.

Mayhew, Rev. Jonathan [H. C. 1744],
prayer at funeral, 5. 331 ; relig. con-
troversy, 8. 92; death, 10. 26;
funeral, 27; port., 292; liberalism,
17. 323; biog., 20. 589.

Mayhew, Mary (Witherell), 3. 402 n.

Mayhew, Rev. Matthew, Brief Narra-
tive, 9. 500; eds., extant copies,
price, 10. 357.

Mayhew, Thomas [1], on Martha's
Vineyard, 1. 243, 2. 48, 3. 387.

Mayhew, Rev. Thomas [2], on
Martha's Vineyard, drowned, 1.
243; Tears of Resentence, extant
copies, price, 10. 338.

Mayhew, Thomas [1 of Plymouth], 3.
385, 387; guest of Old Colony
Club, 401, 415, 433; biog. note,
402 n. ; on Plymouth Com. of
Corresp., 441 n.

Mayhew, Thomas [2], biog. note, 3.
387; AUTOG., 389; guest of Old
Colony Club, 394, 396; elected a
member, 396; record of attendance,
397-400, 405-413, 418-420, 425-
440.

Maynard, John, of Marlborough, 4.
300.

Maynard, Lieut. Jonathan, captured
(1778), 2. 444; clothes sold, 445.

Maynard, Robert, prize case (1751),
5. 97.

Maynard, Stephen, non-consumption
agreement (1786), 8. 497.

Maynwaring, Arthur, commissioner of
customs (1703), 4. 148.

Mayo, Rev. John, at Nauset, 2. 48;
view of house, 5. 451.

Mayo, (?) John, of Va., and Jay
Treaty, 15. 151.

Mazzei, Philip, and Crevecoeur, 20.
58, 63.

Meacham, Sergeant John, at Ticon-
deroga (1776), 6. 86.

Meacham, Rev. Joseph, and New Lon-
don (1743), 15. 9.

Mead. See also Meade.

Mead, , innkeeper at Horseneck

(1754), 7. 339.

Mead, Mrs. A. M., school, 12. 488.

Mead, Edward C, 12. 488.

Mead, Edwin Doak, elected a mem-
ber M.H.S., 20. 5; on com. on
Old State House, 246, 421.

Mead, Esther (Sartwell | Crafts), 16.
408 n.



2S4



MEAD-MELANCHTHON



Mead, Col. (?) James, of Vt. (1776), 6.

87.
Mead, Samuel, 16. 408; J. Q.

Adams's characterization, 408 n. ;

biog. note, 408 n.
Meade, Lieut.-Col. Everard, legion

(1781), 19. 126.
Meade, George G., in Appomattox

campaign, 20. 105, 107; and Theo.

Lyman, 158, 161, 163-165.
Means, Rev. James, Harvard A.M.

(1846), 5. 250.
Means, James H., Commencement

part (1843), 5. 237.
Mear, Samuel, milit. watch (1689),

1. 162.
Mease, James, reprinted M.H.S.

paper, 6. 238.
Measles, outbreak around Boston

(1688), 7. 145.
Mechanics' Institute, port, of Web-
ster owned by, 2. 263.
Mecklenburg County, N. C, name as

royal memorial, 4. 251.
Mecklenburg Declaration, contemp.

copy, 18." 394.
Mecom, Benjamin, business affairs, 16.

198,205,208,211,216,219,221,223.
Med. Fac, degree for Pres. Jackson,

20. 503.
Medallions, forged Brit., 3. 348.

See also Medals.
Medals, number of Luther, 1. 13;

of Washington Monument, 2. 66;

Biddle, 72; from Savage's collec-
tion, 168; forged Brit. medaUions,

3. 348; of Humane Soc. of Mass.,

4. 350; of Anc. and Hon. Artillery,
350; Dupre Collection of Boston
Pub. Library, 5. 348-352; cat. of
M.H.S. Cabinet, 450; capture of
Louisburg (1758), 6. 416; (1745)
10. 293; Louis XVIIL, 6. 416
Dutch, of Am. Rev., 7. 19-22
voyage of Columbia (1787), 416
Oswego, 8. 500-501; Diplomatic,
501; Centennial, 10. 126; centen-
nial of Washington's inaugura-
tion, 126; Chickamauga National
Park, 293; Everett, 11. 277; false,
of Columbian Order, 14. 2; Yale
bicentennial, 16. 145; centennial of
Washington, D. C, 145; Appleton
Collection, 19. 300, 20. 229, 230, 420,
550; struck by N. Y. Hist. Soc, 19.
305 ; Franklin bicentennial, 20. 395 ;
device designed by Franklin, 410-
411; Jackson copper, 503 n. See
also Coins.

Medcalfe. See Metcalf.



Medes, John, Greenwich estate, 6. 19.
Medfield, Mass., Maverick's account
(1660), 1. 238; inns, 2. 32, 3. 41,
19. 393 : beginning, called Fairmead,
2. 47; pastor ordained ( 1697), 14.31;
meeting-house raised (1700), 33.
Medford, Mass., on early map, 1. 211;

old houses, 14. 292.
Medical Repository, Priestley and,

3. 22-24, 27, 28.
Medicine, early practice in Boston, 1.
44; early projects of instruction in
Mass. , 45-47, 225 ; sear cloth, 4. 289 ;
receipts (1690), 7. 171-172; use
of calomel, 289; Holmes and Har-
vard Medical School, 9. 166-168;
Thacher's treatise on small-pox
(1677), 439 ; Butler's remedy (1675),
13. 399; possible work by Cotton
Mather, 17. 69, 71; Pa. Hospital
(1812), 19. 374. See also Health.
Medina, Pedro, map, and Cartier's

voyages, 7. 304.
Medina Mosesson, Solomon de, prize

case (1736), 5. 86.
Medrano, Alonso de, in Menendez's

expedition, 8. 424.
Meduncook. »See Friendship.
"Meeting-house," early use of term,

2. 102.
Meetings of M.H.S., by-laws on, 4.
224-225. See also Massachusetts
Historical Society.
Mehemet Ali, character of rule, 19.

491.
Meigs, Josiah, on Jay Treaty, 3. 48;

biog. note, 46 n.
Meigs, Montgomery C, report on

Butler, 19. 352.
Meigs, Return J., journal of Quebec
expedition, 2. 266, 6. 345; in ex-
pedition, 2. 275, 277, 293; as pris-
oner, 295-297, 299; return via
Halifax, 299-305.

Mein, , Ga. planter (1805), 2. 28.

Mein, John, shooting affair (1769),
10. 72; circulating library, 546;
career, 547.
Melanchthon, Philip, papers on, 11.
254-267; importance, 254; trans-
parency, 254; brings Humanism
to Reformation, 255, 260; and
Luther as complements, 256, 262-
267; specific theolog. services, 257,
• 261; etching, 257; birth, 257; pre-
cocity, 258; at Wittenberg, 259;
why lacking in fame, 261 ; and
Philip of Hesse's bigamy, 263; on
Servetus, 265; on death, 266; and
Calvin, 267.



MELBOURNE-MEMOIRS



285



Melbourne, William Lamb, viscount,

and Oswald map, 3. 368.
Meldrum, Elizabeth [Mrs. Rice], 14.

91.
Melesville. See Duveyrier.
Mellen, , guest of Old Colony

Club, 3. 427.
Mellen, Grenville, B K poem (1830)

and biog. note, 9. 123, 123 n.
Mellen, Henry, 10. 491.
Mellen, John, memoir of Thos.

Brattle, 7. 122.
Mellen, Joseph, 10. 491; death,

estate, 493.
Mellen's Tavern, Belchertown (1812),

19. 367.
Mellowes, Martha [Mrs. Lee], 19. 229.
Melmoth, "Mrs.," actress, 2. 10.
Meloche, Mrs., narrative of Pontiac

Conspiracy, 4. 45.
Melville, Henry Dundas, 1st viscount,

impeached, 5. 163.
Melvin, Capt. David, at siege of

Louisburg (1745), 11. 425, 430-432.
Melvin, James, journal of Quebec ex-
pedition, 2. 266.
Melyen, Mrs. Hannah, death (1717),

8. 219.
Membership in M.H.S., changes

(1884), 1. 168-169; (1885), 2. 67;

(1886), 390; (1887), 3. 278; (1888),

4. 105; (1889), 339-340; (1890),

5. 438-439; (1891), 6. 403; (1892),

7. 366; (1893), 8. 184; (1894), 9.
20-21; (1895), 10. 119-120; (1896),
553-554; (1897), 11. 314; (1898),
12. 173; (1899), 13. 65; (1900), 14.
127-128; (1901), 15. 27-28; (1902),
16. 128; (1903), 17. 209; (1904),
18. 267, 268; (1905), 19. 202-203;
(1906), 20. 202; group pictures
(1869), 3. /ron<., vi; (1858), 6. 76;
amendment to by-laws on, 4.
120-122, 215-216; by-laws as
amended, 222-224; difficulties in
selection, 341; in 1839, 5. 5; char-
acter, 6. 269; report on considera-
tions governing elections, 7. 298,
332-335, 366; method of voting,

8. 341 ; policy as to corresp. and
honorary members, 398, 10. 326,
15. 51-54, 95, 105, 16. 2, 19. 201;
members of fifty years' standing,
8. 399-400; statistics of senior
and junior members, 9. 92-94, 11.
108; necrologic facts, 10. 7-8;
attempt to remove legal limita-
tion (1876-77), 315, 318-321 ; orig-
inal limitation, 316; increase to one
hundred (1857), 317, 322-323; at-



tempted increase (1846, '55), 321,
322; reasons for and against in-
crease, 324-327; eligibihty, 325;
blank for personal record, 17. 75;
written acceptance required, 18.
188, 252; resident roll fiUed, 264;
Nomination Book, 20. 427. See
also Memoirs.

Memoirs of M.H.S., Zacunos, 4. 342;
independent vols., 6. 209, 12. 2;
in Collections, 7. 121-125. See
also next title.

Memoirs, C. F. Adams [1], 13. 198-
207; T. C. Amory, 5. 341-346
Wm. Amory, 4. 414-417; W. S
Appleton, 17. 516-531; Thos,
Aspinwall, 7. 32-38; J. J. Babson
3. 138-143; Edward Bangs, 10
311-314; W. S. Bartlet, 2. 430-
434; G. T. Bigelow, 5. 458-482
J. S. Brayton, 19. 268-272; L. F.
Brigham, 16. 535-538; Martin
Brimmer, 10. 586-595; A. H.
Bullock, 3. 322-339; E. L. Bynner,
9. 173-179; J. E. Cabot, 20. 526-
533; P. A. Chadbourne, 18. 448-
453; Mellen Chamberlain, 20. 119-
146; G. B. Chase, 17. 117-127
Rufus Choate, 11. 124-155; J. F
Clarke, 4. 320-335; S. C. Cobb, 7
318-330; U. H. Crocker, 19. 554-
565; R. H. Dana, 6. 262-267
Chas. Deane, 7. 45-89; Chas
Devens, 104-117; Geo. Dexter, 1
327-334; H. M. Dexter, 7. 90-
103; C. F. Dunbar, 14. 218-228
Saml. Eliot, 14. 105-126; G. E
Ellis, 10. 207-255; R.W.Emerson
2. 107-117; W. C. Endicott, 15
523-537; Edward Everett, 18. 91-
117; W. A. Field, 19. 61-82
H. W. Foote, 8. 236-251; R. B.
Forbes, 6. 197-202; O. B. Froth-
ingham, 10. 507-539; Rich. Froth-
ingham, 1. 381-393; Horace Gray,
18. 155-187; J. C. Gray, 4. 22-27;
W. W. Greenough, 14. 468-482;
G. S. Hale, 12. 483-500; S. F.
Haven, 1. 394-405; C. H. Hill, 13.
130-141; H. A. Hill, 11. 188-196;
G. F. Hoar, 19. 258-267; O. W.
Holmes, 11. 47-66; Nicholas Hop-
pin, 3. 299-308; Chas. Hudson, 4.
28-32; J. T. Kirkland, 9. 144-157;
Williams Latham, 4. 195-198;
A. A. Lawrence, 12. 130-137;
Henry Lee, 19. 228-257; H. W.
Longfellow, 8. 152-167; S. K.
Lothrop, 3. 161-177; Augustus
Lowell, 15. 169-179; E. J. Lowell,



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MEMORIAL DAY-MERCER



9. 541-549; James R. Lowell, 11.
75-102; John Lowell, 14. 177-lSS;
John A. Lowell, 12. 113-129; Theo.
Lyman, 20. 147-177; S. F. Mc-
Cleary, 15.255-263; Henry Morris,
4. 209-212; Wm. Newell, 1. 72-74;
H. S. Nourse, 18. 292-295; F. E.
Oliver, 8. 474-485; L. R. Paige,
15. 240-254; F. W. Palfrey, 7.
39-44; E. A. Park, 14. 446-467;
F. E. Parker, 3. 247-252; Francis
Parkman, 8. 520-562 ; A. P. Pea-
body, 11. 25-46; A. T. Perkins, 7.
426-437 ; C. C. Perkins, 3. 223-246 ;
J. C. Phillips, 4. 33-36; E. L.
Pierce, 18. 363-369; H. L. Pierce,
11. 3S6-410; E. G. Porter, 15.
55-68; G. H. Preble, 2. 132-135;
Edmund Quincy, 18. 401-416;
J. M. Robbins, 3. 206-214; J. C.
Ropes, 14. 229-254; W. G. Rus-
sell, 155-162; Stephen Salis-
bury [2], 2. 89-100; Stephen SaUs-
bury[3], 20. 412-419; Leverett
Saltonstall, 11. 337-366; L. M.
Sargent, 3. 309-312; H. E. Scud-
der, 17. 142-161; David Sears, 2.
405-429; G. O. Shattuck, 14. 361-
368; W. S. Shurtleff, 11. 234-236;
J. L. Sibley, 2. 487-507; E. F.
Slafter, 20. 591-596; H. G. So-
merby, 1. 132-138; Chas. Sumner,
20. 538-549; H. W. Taft, 19. 390-
393; Natl. Thayer, 2. 51-63; B. F.
Thomas, 14. 297-302; R. N.
Toppan, 15. 480-492; H. W.
Torrey, 9. 197-210; C. W. Tuttle,
1. 406-412; F. A. Walker, 13.
303-309; James Walker, 6. 443-
468; J. D. Washburn, 17. 511-
515; R. C. Waterston, 8. 292-302;
B. M. Watson, 12. 253-258; John
Welles, 3. 98-100; Henry Wheat-
land, 9. 276-300 ; W. H. Whitmore,
15. 96-104; H. A. Whitney, 5.
424-429; Justin Winsor, 12.
457-482; R. C. Winthrop, Jr., 20.
178-200; Roger Wolcott, 18. 86-
90.

Memorial Day as commemorating
imion, 15. 511.

Memorial Hall, Cambridge, early
plan, 2. 394.

Memory, recollections as hist, source,
10. 47.3-490, 17. 441-448, 18. 123-
125, 302, 445; limits of reliable, 14.
437-444; accuracy and importance
of event, 438-441; un veracious
memory and conscious deception,
442-443.



Menana, islet of, apocryphal runic
inscription, 4. 5.5-57.

Mendenhall, Thomas Corwin,
elected a member M.H.S.. 11. 221;
resigns, 20. 438.

Mendez, Moses, prize case (1750), 5. 96.

Mendon, Mass., inn (1804), 2. 32;
minister ordained (1684), 4. 299.

Mendoza, Antonio de, Ordehuqns, 12.
397 ; and establishment of Mexican
press, 397.

]\Ienenclez, Bartolome, in brother's
expedition, 8. 424.

Menendez, Marques Pedro, in cousin's
expedition, 8. 424, 441, 443, 452,
454, 457, 458. _

Menendez de Aviles, Pedro, papers in
Parkman MSS., 3. 153, 4. 45;



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