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tioned in J. Q. Adams's diary, 16.
361; biog. note, 361 n.; impres-
sions of, 361 n., 362, 370.

Moody, Samuel, non-consumption
agreement (1786), 8. 497.

Moody, Rev. Silas [1], 7. 46.

Moody, Silas [2], store in Maine,
7. 47. _

Moody, William H., corresp. with
Pres. Adams (1904) on Constitution,
18. 189-192.

Moor, Mrs., on Mattapony River
(1781), 6. 147.

Moor, Reverend, at Halifax (1770), 4.
70, 72; visits Boston, 71.

Moore. See also Moor, Moors, More.

Moore, Colonel, at Boston dinner
(1776), 10. 103.

Moore, Bartholomew B,, of Ala., 20.
517.



Moore, George Henry, Pres. Win-
throp on, 1. 75-76; Supplementary
NOTES ON WITCHCRAFT, 77-99 ; com-
municates list of Bostonians who
kept carriages (1768), 225; on in-
ducements of Land Bank Co., 225;
on Jefferson and Judge Pickering,
225 ; on validity of oyer and termi-
ner court, 2. 43; Name "Co-
lumbia," 159-165; on M.H.S.
and Boston bicentenary, 219-221;
collection of Mass. laws, 5. 419;
vindication of John Dickinson
considered, 6. 67-71; reprinted
M.H.S. papers, 238; death an-
nounced, 384; and Bradford MS.,
11. 300.

Moore, Rev. John, at Hempstead, 2.
49.

Moore, Capt. (?) John, at battle of
Lake George, 18. 320.

Moore, John Bassett, elected a
corresp. member M.H.S., 14. 163.

Moore, Col. Samuel, at siege of
Louisburg (1745), 11. 430.

Moore, Thomas, of Boston, houses
burned (1676), 13. 411.

Moorhead, Rev. John, Isaac Watts on,
9. 356, 358; funeral, 10. 27; Pel-
ham's mezzotint, 18. 238.

Moors, John, and Shays's Rebellion,

1. 301.

Moors, Capt. Joseph, constable of
Groton, 1. 299; company of
minutemen, 12. 103.

Moors, Timothy, minuteman, 12. 105;
in Am. army (1775), 107.

Morals, vice in Brit, army (1760), 4.
403, 5. 363, 364, 388; royal in-
structions on (1702), 8. 100. See
also Crime, Sexual morality. So-
cial conditions.

Moran, Benjamin, on C. F. Adams,
3. 150.

Moravian, Ohio River steamer (1836),
7. 289.

Moravians, settlements in Pa. (1779),

2. 474-475; Isaac Watts on, 9. 382,
398, 402.

Moray, Sir Robert, and John Win-
throp, Jr., 4. 266; letter from Win-
throp (1664) on Jupiter's satellites,
8.2.

More, , sea-captain, wrecked

(1691), 7. 158.

More, Lydia [Mrs Cooke], 8. 214.

Moreau, Gen. Jean Victor, residence
in Pa., 19. 372.

Morecock, John, prize case (1748), 5.
90-91.



294



MOREHOUSE-MORRIS DANCE



Morehouse, Col. (?) Andrew, inn-
keeper at Dover, N. Y., 2. 477.

Morellet, Andr6, and Shelburne, 17.
322, 325.

Morey, Rev. George [1], at Harvard
Commencement (1815), 5. 180.

Morey, George [2], Commencement
part (1811) and biog. note, 5. 175 n.

Morgan, Major, and Isle of Wight
(1696), 2. 184.

Morgan, Daniel, in Arnold's Que-
bec expedition, 2. 275, 277, 292,
293; captured, 295; in Saratoga
campaign, 3. 104-109; Dupr6's
medal, 5. 350; Cowpens, 19. 122,
123.

Morgan, George Cadogan, as uncle's
biographer, 17. 262.

Morgan, Hartly, musician (1771), 10.
29.

Morgan, Dr. John, at interment of
Warren, 10. 99.

Morgan, John, and Burr's trial, 20.
300.

Morgan, John Pierpont, and Am.
colony at Gottingen, 12. 366; and
return of Bradford MS., 15. 80.

Morgan, Lewis H., on tomahawks, 6.
37.

Morgan, Sydney (Owenson), Lady,
appearance, 19. 441, 442, 467.

Morgan, Sir Thomas C, at Lafayette's
(1829), 19. 441.

Morgan, Titus, purchases confiscated
Boston estate, 10. 166.

Morgan, William, design for monu-
ment to, 8. 196.

Moriscoes, treatment, 8. 42 n.

Morison, Horace, Commencement
part (1837), 5. 220; biog. note,
220 n.

Morison, Nathaniel H., Commence-
ment part (1839), 5. 227.

Morland, (1788), 16. 400.

Morley, Herbert, septarchy (1659),
7. 363.

Morley, John, elected a corresp.
member M.H.S., 14. 427; accepts,
15. 1 ; transferred to honorary mem-
bership, 18. 370; and M.H.S.
meeting, 417.

Momionism, influence of dreams on
origin, 15. 85.

Morocco, travel in (1831), 19. 479-
483. _

Morpain, Captain, wounded at Louis-
burg (1745), 11. 426.

Morrell, Rev. William, New England,
4. 7.3-76; extant copies, 9. 186.

Morrill. See also Morrell.



Morrill, Justin S., length of service in
Senate, 10. 10 n.

Morris, , of Isle of Wight (1700),

2. 192.

Morris, , of Philadelphia, in

Florence (1830), 19. 456.

Morris, Captain, in campaign of
1755, 16. 76.

Morris, Colonel, of Charleston (1805),
2. 26.

Morris, Reverend, as travelling com-
panion (1836), 7. 269.

Morris, Anne C. (Randolph), 2. 8 n.

Morris, Anthony, as agent in Madrid,

5. 23, 24.

Morris, Capt. Charles, Rogers on
(1815), 4. 208.

Morris, Edward, protest against stu-
dents' long hair (1673), 9. 99.

Morris, Edward E., ignores last royal
veto, 5. 158.

Morris, George, sutler in campaign of
1760, 4. 393, 5. 358.

Morris, Gouverneur, as host at Mor-
risania, 2. 7; bachelor, 8; mar-
riage, 8 n. ; Duane libel suit, 20.
309-310.

Morris, Henry, death, 4. 143, 209;
M.H.S. tribute to, 143; Memoir
by A. L. Perry, 209-212; father.
209 ; and history of Springfield, 210 ;
and Conn. Valley Hist. Soc, 210;
marriage, 210; lawyer and judge,
211; displaced, 211; subsequent
career, 212; honorary degree, 212;
in M.H.S., 212.

Morris, Lewis, Signer, 1. 282.

Morris, Margaret, exile in Amsterdam,

6. 57.

Morris, Mary (Warriner), 4. 210.

Morris, Mathias, and Graves-Cilley
duel, 12. 291.

Morris, Oliver B., career and char-
acter, 4. 209, 211.

Morris, Robert, and vote on Inde-
pendence, 1. 274, 275; Signer, 282;
control in Pa. (1786), 17. 354; and
tobacco trade (1787), 455; letter-
books, 18. 336; Savage's port.. 19.
8; Edmund Pendleton on appoint-
ment (1781), 135; bank scheme,
137, 143; Va. and tobacco trade
with New York (1782), 154-157.

Morris, Gov. Robert Hunter, journey
(1754), 7. 343; letters from John
Shirley (1755), 16. 73-76.

Morris, Thomas, in 1804, 2. 10; in
1789, 16. 462.

Morris dance, allowed by Book of
Sports, 19. 90.



MORRISON-MOSAISM



295



Morrison. See also Marissen, Morison.

Morrison, David, captured by In-
dians (1746), 5. 115.

Morrison, George, exile in Amster-
dam (1603), 6. 57.

Morrow, Jeremiah, in Congress, 6.
72-73.

Morse, Dr. Benjamin, on com. on
grievances (1786), 1. 301.

Morse, Christopher, Boston estate, 1.
313.

Morse, Capt. Edmund, 6. 21.

Morse, Edward S., on Henry Wheat-
land, 9. 289, 293.

Morse, Elizabeth, disciplined by
church (1735), 6. 488, 490.

Morse, Jedediah, orthodoxy, 6. 446.

Morse, John, and Pottawatomie Mas-
sacre, 14. 6 n.

Morse, John Torrey, Jr., list of pub-
lications (1884-1906), 2. 68, 392, 3.
280, 4. 106, 348, 6. 405, 7. 369, 9.
24, 20. 208; memoir of C. F. Ad-
ams assigned to, 3. 221; Memoir
OF O. W. Holmes, 11. 47-66; on
com. on memorial ed. of Bradford
and Winthrop, 12. 172; Memoir
OF Henry Lee, 19. 228-257.

Morse, Joseph, petition (1637), 3. 199.

Morse, Persis [Mrs. Sibley], 2. 487.

Morse, Mrs. Prudence, Boston estate,
1. 313.

Morse, Col. Robert, in Halifax, 3. 78.

Morse, Robert M., and J. C. Ropes,
14. 237.

Morse, Sally [Mrs. Hill], 6. 21.

Morse, Sally (Wesson), 6. 21.

Morse, Samuel F. B., tablet to, at
Rome, 11. 282-283; as artist, 283-
284 ; Am. tablets, 285.

Morson, , of Dominica, guest of

Old Colony Club, 3. 396.

Morss, Rev. James, 2. 430.

Mortgages of M.H.S., paid off, 3. 96;
history to 1887, 291-293; on Fen-
way site, 10. 299; cancelled, 11.
238, 268, 324.

Mortimer, Thomas, ed. of Lex Mer-
catoria, 3. 393 n. ; ignores last royal
veto, 5. 158.

Mortingdell. See Martindale.

Mortlock, Alice (Dardin), 6. 57.

Mortlock, Jane (Thomson), exile in
Amsterdam (1611), 6. 62.

Mortlock, Richard, exile in Amster-
dam (1611), 6. 57.

Morton, , in Am. army (1781), 6.

133, 152.

Morton, Rev. Charles, death, 1. 152;
on experiments in hearing, 7. 148-



149; in 1691, 8. 347; preface to
Mather's Memorable Providences,
9. 479; to Lawson's Christ's Fidel-
ity, 496 ; to Mather's Speedy Repent-
ance urged, 12. 391; to Mather's
Cases of Conscience, 17. 40.

Morton, Eliza S.[Mrs.Quincy], 18. 311.

Morton, Elkanah, appeal for aid of
N. S. church (1769), 4. 69.

Morton, George, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 174.

Morton (Moulton), Rev. James, of
Blandford, 7. 395.

Morton, John, Pilgrim at Leyden, 17.
175.

Morton, John, Signer, 1. 282.

Morton, Juliana (Carpenter), Pilgrim
at Leyden, 17. 175.

Morton, Gov. Marcus [1], at Harvard
Commencements (1840, '43), 5.
230, 237; Harvard LL.D. (1840),
230; in Mass. Conven. (1853), 18.
34,36, 44; election, 112.

Morton, Judge Marcus [2], in Mass.
Conven. (1853), 18. 35.

Morton, Mary [Mrs. Dexter], 7. 90.

Morton, Nathaniel, on Wm. MuUins,
5. 34; New England's Memoriall,
extant copies, price, 10. 334; Pil-
grim at Leyden, 17. 175.

Morton, Oliver P., on Johnson's first
message, 19. 398.

Morton, Patience, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 175.

Morton, Perez, at Harvard Com-
mencements (1830, '31), 5. 203,
207 ; at interment of Warren, 10. 99 ;
purchases confiscated Boston es-
tates, 166, 172; theft from, 19. 180;
elected Speaker of Mass. House
(1806), 20. 16.

Morton, Sarah, Pilgrim at Leyden, 17.
175.

Morton, Sarah. W. (Apthorp), fancy-
ball, 2. 408.

Morton, Thomas, New English ,
Canaan, eds., extant copies and
price, 1. 169, 9. 186-187; Maverick
on treatment of, 1. 238; on Indian
hemp, 6. 36; on Endicott's govt.,
7. 199-200; identity of Ms Mr.
Wethercock, 19. 276.

Morton, Thomas [1],- Pilgrim at Ley-
den, 17. 175.

Morton, Thomas [2], Pilgrim at
Leyden, 17. 183.

Morton, William, Clarendon on case
of (1665), 13. 455.

Mosaism, overthrow, 13. 89-90; John
Clarke on, 17. 345.



296



MOSCHELES-MULATTOES



Moscheles, Ignaz, C. C. Perkins as
pupil, 3. 228.

Moscow, J. Q. Adams on campaign,
10. 383; Napoleon's retreat, 20. 77.

Moseley, , of Norwich (1795), 3.

44.

Moseley, Doctor, at Am. camp (1775),
7. 406.

Moseley, Laura (Wolcott), makes
cartridges, 4. 294, 295.

Moseley, William, 4. 295.

Moses. See also Moyses.

Moses, Priestley's Institutions, 3. 17,
22, 25-30, 33, 39.

Moses, Anna (van Vredenberg), Pil-
grim at Leyden, 17. 183.

Moses, Simon, Pilgrim at Leyden, 17.
183.

Moses, Thomas, at Ft. Dummer
(1724), 6. 366.

Mosher, John, in Am. army (1779),
6. 129.

Motley, , of Boston, at Wash-
ington (1812), 19. 377.

Motley, John Lothrop, Commence-
ment part (1831) and biog. note,

5. 206, 206 n. ; Holmes's memoir,

6. 209; Seward and resignation of
(1867), 8. 22; Young Whig, 11.
279; and Bradford MS., 301; at
Gottingen, 12. 367; and unofficial
mission to Europe, 16. 465; con-
versations with Russell and Queen
Victoria (1861), 18. 131-137.

Motley, Thomas, subscription to

Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342.
Mott, Heniy, exile in Amsterdam

(1615), 6. 57.
Mott, Sarah (Paine), 6. 58.
Motte, Rev. Hellish L, sermon, 19. 357.
Motte, Mrs. Rebecca, plantation

(1805), 2. 24.
Motto, origin of Mass., 2. 39-41, 3.

255-236; origin of Eng. royal, 4.

258 n.
Mottram, Charles, engraving by, 5.

451.
Moulton, Rev.Kbenezer, at Yarmouth,

N. S. (1770), 4. 73.
Moulton, Elizabeth, baptism, 12. 322.
Moulton, James, of Wenham, 12. 322.
Moulton, John, baptism, 12. 321.
Moimt Desert Island, Argall's raid, 1.

187-192.
Mount Holly, N. J., expected fight

at (1777), 6. 102.
Mount Pleasant, L. L, view (1776),

9. 28.
Mt. Vernon Ind., distillery (1836), 7.

293.



Mount Vernon, Va., history of acorns
from, 19. 297-299; in 1812, 379-
380.

Mounteney, Alexander, vestryman
in Va. (1635), 3. 5.

Mourning, pulpit, for Iving, 7. 345.

Mourt's Relation, on Indian hemp,

6. 35; extant copies and price,
9. 185.

Mousal, Mrs. Thomas, death (1677),

7. 168.

Mousse, Haitian slave, fidelity, 2.

321 n.
Moustier, Elenore F. E., comte de, and

Consular Convention, 17. 509.
Moxica, Francisco de, in Menendez's

expedition, 8. 424.
Moxon, Edward, letter from R. H.

Dana (1841) on pub. of book, 6.

398-399.
Moxon, Rev. George, at Springfield, 2.

49.
Moylan, Col. Stephen, addition to

regt. (1779), 6. 127; in Va. cam-
paign, 145.
Moyses, Timothy, exile in Amsterdam

(1613), 6. 57.
Muddy River. See Brookline.
Miiller, Peter E., on Rock of Runamo,

4. 57.
Miinster, Sebastian, map (1540) and

Cartier's explorations, 7. 299, 304.
Miintz, Eugene, on C. C. Perkins, 3.

246.
Mugford, Capt. James, privateersman,

1. 28; capture by (1776), 10. 100;

killed, 100.
Mugg, Indian chief, in Boston (1676),

is: 404.
Mugwomp, Indian (1679), 5. 294.
Muhlenberg, Frederick A. C, polit.

effect of death, 20. 265.
Muhlenberg, Gen. John P. G., in Va.

campaign, 6. 141, 14.3-145, 19. 119,

120, 130-132; and Pa. politics

(1802), 20. 297.
Muhlenberg, Peter. See Muhlenberg

(John P. G.).
Muir, Rev. James, 19. 378, 380 ; biog.

note, 378 n.
Muir, Rev. McAdam, at 450th anni-
versary of Univ. of Glasgow, 15.

224.
Mukirk, Charles. See Newkerck.
Mulattoes, free, condition in Haiti

(1785), 2. 308, 314 n.; regts. there,

308; influence on, of French Rev.,

309-311; Oge's insurrection, 316-

317; citizenship decreed in Fro".ch

West Indies, 317; and French Deo-



MULFORD-MUSIC



297



claration of Rights, 318 n. See

also Negroes.
Mulford, Elisha, and H. E. Scudder,

17. 146, 154.
Muligan, John, at Harvard Com-
mencement (1833), 5. 212.
Mullendine, Jonas, at siege of Boston,

9. 71, 77.
MulUns, Mrs. AHce, 5. 33, 34.
MuUins, Joseph, 5. 33, 34.
Mullins, Priscilla, 5. 33, 34.
MuUins, Sarah [Mrs. Blunden], 5. 33.
Mullins, WilUam [1], will (1621), 5.

33-34 ; not a Walloon, 34.
MuUins, WiUiam [2], 5. 33, 34.
MuUowny, John, consul at Tangier,

19. 480.
Mumbet. See Freeman (Elizabeth).
Mumford. See also Mumpford.
Mumford, Gurdon S., 2. 9, 10.
Mumford, Thomas, of Groton, Conn.,

3. 125.
Mumpford, Peter, post (1774), 10. 84.
Munds, , sea-captain (1770), 16.

222.
Munger, Rev. Thomas T., on H. L.

Pierce, 11. 408.
Munroe. See also Monro.
Munroe, Doctor, at Crown Point

(1760), 4. 404, 405, 5. 385.
Munroe, Edmund, subscription for

M.H.S. building, 3. 291.
Munroe, Stephen, and Shays's Re-

beUion, 1. 301.
Munroe, WiUiam A., and G. O. Shat-

tuck, 11. 269, 14. 364.
Munsell, Joel, and repub. of Thomas's

History of Printing, 1. 403.
Munson, Israel, subscription for

M.H.S. building, 3. 291.
Murat, AchUle, in Spain (1808), 5. 20.
Murdoch, Rev. James [d. 1799], in

N. S., 4. 70.
Murdock, Ephraim, 9. 57; purchases

confiscated Roxbury estate, 10.

166.
Murdock, James, Harvard D.D.

(1819), 5. 186.
Murdock, John, as travelling com-
panion (1836), 7. 269, 274, 289.
Murpliy, John, Idlled at Wyoming

(1778), 3. 345.
Murphy, Joseph W., acknowledg-
ment to, 4. 252 n.

Murray, , of N. Y. (1804), 2.9.

Murray, Captain, at Martha's Vine-
yard (1779), 3. 86.
Murray, Coin. Alexander, Rogers on

(1815), 4. 207.
Murray, Barbara (Bennett), 3. 208.



Murray, Daniel, Commencement
spread (1771), 10. 42.

Murray, Dorothy [Mrs. Forbes], 6.
197; port., 10. 41 n.

Murray, Elizabeth [Mrs. Campbell,
Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Inman], 10. 40.

Murray, Elizabeth [Mrs. Robbins], 3.
208.

Murray, Gen. James, house near
QuelDec, 2. 285; and Roubaud, 3.
203; battle of Sainte Foye, 4. 95;
letters from Le\'is, 96; advance on
Montreal (1760), 400, 401, 5. 364,
372, 375, 376, 378; rumored sever-
ity (1760), 358.

Murray, James, of N. C. and Boston,
career, 3. 208.

Murray, Sir James, purchases com-
pany (1778), 6. 435.

Murray, Col. John, in Boston society,
10. 34; celebrates repeal of Stamp
Act, 62; mandamus councillor, 16.
287.

Murray, Rev. John, Presbyterian, suit,
16. 325; biog. note, 325 n., 358 n.;
as preacher, 358, 403, 443 ; ill, 366.

Murray, Rev. John, Universalist, at
Am. camp (1775), 9. 69, 88; J. Q.
Adams on, 16. 453; success, 17.
323.

Murray, Sir John A., and Pari, re-
form, 19. 471.

Murray, Samuel, Commencement
spread (1772), 10.43.

Murray, Judge William. See Mans-
field.

Murton, Jane (Hodgkin), exile in
Amsterdam (1608), 6. 57.

Murton, John, exile in Amsterdam
(1608). 6. 44, 57.

"Muscipula," Savage's engraving, 19.
16.

Muse, Hudson, office-seeker (1789),
15. 129.

Museum Hotel, New York, relics of
statues of Pitt and George III., 4.
292, 297.

Museum of Comparative Zoology,
Thayer expedition, 2. 57-59.

Museum of Fine Arts. See Boston
Museum of Fine Arts.

Musgrave, Gen. Thomas, and office in
N. S. (1784), 3. 79, 80; and in N.
Brun., 80.

Music, Latham Collection, 1. 200,
C. C. Perkins and school instruc-
tion, 3. 60, 61, 239; Handel and
Haydn Soc., 234; M.H.S. collec-
tion of ancient, 4. 197; advance in
N. Eng. (1840), 5. 230; Boston



298



MUSIGNANO-NARRATIVE



entertainments (1768-73), 10. 29;
in colon. N. H. churches, 19. 176;
in Italy (182U), 444, 446; London
opera (1830), 461, 479; Emancipa-
tion Concert at Boston, 20. 247-
253.

Musignano, Prince of (1830), 19. 456.

Musquitta, Abraham, prize case
(1750), 5. 96.

Mussy, Robert, petition (1637), 3.
199.

Muter. George, letter to Madison
(1787) on Ky. affairs, 17. 451.

Muyncher, Lieutenant, in campaign
of 1760, 4. 409.

Muzzey, Rev. Artemas B., on Ortho-
dox and Unitarians, 19. 365.

Muzzy, WiUiam, at Harvard Com-
mencements (1829, '30), 5. 202, 204.

Myers. See Meyer, Miers.

Mystic, Conn., papers concerning
(1658-59), 5. 289, 290.

Mythology, Nortia, 4. 102.



N



Nadir, William. See Douglass (Wm.).
Nahant, on early map, 1. 212.
Nails, macliinery for making (1819),

14. 324.

Naiwayonk (Noank), Conn., Indian
deed (1661), 5. 290; protests con-
cerning land in (1712), 302.

Nalson, John, Trial of Charles /.,
4. 157.

Nameag. See New London.

Names, Indian, in Southern N. H.,
4. 156, 373-374; Nonacoicus, 8.
210-212; inland villages called
Harbors, 10. 465-467; specimen
Puritan prenomens, 12. 226; ori-
gin of Wingohocking Creek, Pa.,

15. 366; increased use of middle,
18. 258-259.

Nancy, Brit, ordnance ship, captured

(1775), 1. 21.
Nanfan, Catharine. See Bellomont.
Nanfan, Mrs. John, in Boston, 2.

126.
Nantasket, on early map, 1. 211.
Nantasket Roads, Brit, sliips driven

from (1776), 10. 100.
Nantucket Island, Maverick's account

(1660), 1. 243; silk manufacture

(1836), 3. 8; and Brit. (1779), 88;

New Bedford packet (1801), 4. 127;

town in 1801, 128-129; calashes,

129; bank prosecution, 130, 133;

aspect, 130, 132; land-tenure,



130-131; sheep-shearing festival,
131; villages, 132; houses, 133;
twine factory, 133; Belot's article
on, 5. 164; Crevecoeur on, 20. 39,
82-83.

Napannet, John, Indian, 13. 277.

Napier, Sir Charles, on Gen. Paken-
ham, 13. 413-414.

Napier, Sir William, on Gen. Paken-
ham, 13. 414.

Napier, Sir William F., gift to
M.H.S., 1. 374.

Naples, Boston broadside on earth-
quake (1694), 9. 504; G. E. Ellis
on Campo Santo, 10. 233.

Napoleon I., commemorative medals,
1. 13; Ropes's study, 2. 391, 13.
211, 14. 241-242; and Spain, 5. 17,
19-21; and neutral trade, 21, 10.
381; J. Q. Adams on second mar-
riage, 379; and on Moscow cam-
paign, 383; and on last German
campaign, 388-391; and on his
genius, 392; Jefferson on (1816),

12. 268; biog. value, 13. 96; in-
appreciative of naval warfare, 107;
retreat from Moscow, 20. 77. See
also Napoleonic Wars.

Napoleon III., Mignet's hits at (1860),

1. 142, 143; entry as Emperor, 12.
466-468; claim to fame, 16. 469;
and Cavour, 469; and Mrs. How-
ard, 470; and recognition of Con-
federacy, 18. 143; at Sedan, 20.
193; in captivity, 193.

Napoleonic Wars, Priestley on (1800),
3. 37; Brit, privateering against
Russia (1807), 77 ; atlas (to' 1808). 4.
46; J. Q. Adams's letters on (1810-
14), 10. 377-392: Wm. Duane on
conditions (1814), 368-371. See
also Napoleon I., Neutral trade.

Narragansett Country, Atherton Co.,

2. 150-152; papers'on (1660-1701),
5. 290. 292-299; proclamation on
claims (1683), 9. 459; meeting of
proprietors (1686), 469; Dudley's
proclamation on (1686), 471, 472;
orders of Dudley's Council on,

13. 246, 247, 251, 271; Huguenot
settlers, 280.

Narragansett Indians, Declaration of
N. Eng. Confed. on (1645). 9. 413.

Narragansett Patent, genuineness, 7.
37, 71.

Narragansett War, "Hungry March,"
1. 229-230; character of volun-
teers. 230-231.

Narrative and Critical History of A mer-
ica. See Winsor (Justin).



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299



Narrative of Tempest in Holland, 19.

168.
Nash, Francis, death of cliilcl (1697),

14. 17.
Nash, Hank, death of child (1697),

14. 18.

Nash, Israel, Pilgrim at Leyden, 17.

179.
Nash, Joseph, release ordered (1686),

13. 273.
Nash, Margaret (Porter), Pilgrim at

Leyden, 17. 183.
Nash, Maria [Mrs. Lee], 17. 174.
Nash, Mary P. (Cooke), gift to M.H.S.,

1. 335.

Nash, Thomas, Pilgrim at Leyden,

17. 175.

Nashoway. See Lancaster (Mass.).
Nashua River, called Watanenok,

9. 195.

Nashville, efforts to intercept (1861),

18. 139 n., 140.

Nason, Lieut. Nathaniel, in Va.. cam-
paign (1781), 6. 133-136, 147; at
Yorktown, 152.

Nassau, N. Y., tavern (1812), 19. 367.

Nassau, merchant ship (1770), 10. 75.

Natick, in 1650, 2. 47; pre-Rev. inn,

10. 47.

National Mgis, Whig paper, 3. 325.
National banks, C. F. Dunbar on

scheme (1862), 13. 432.
National road, journey over (1836),

7. 268, 270.

Nattannas, Indian, on Dead River,

2. 280.

Natural science, books on, in Elder

Brewster's library, 5. 84.
Naturalization. See Allegiance.
Naunton, Sir Robert, illness (1634),

8. 386.

Nauset, in 1650, 2. 48.

Nauset Beach, Mass., disposition of

old wreck found on, 4. 216-219,

311.
Naushon Island, ownership (1801),

4. 127; Webster on hunt at (1840),

15. 279.

Nautilus, Brit, warship (1775), 10. 91.

Naval stores, Maverick on N. Eng.
(1660), 1. 233; masts for Eng.
(1634), 8. 385, 386.

Navigation, of Vineyard Sound
(1801), 4. 127; Cabot mappe-
monde on variation of compass, 6.
337; short sailing passages across
Atlantic, 10. 52; "to lie at hull,"

19. 274-275.

Navigation Acts. See Acts of Trade.
Navy, American, lack (1775), 1. 15;



local provisions, 16; action of
Congress, 16-18; first expedition,
17; Jon. Mason on (1804), 2. 12;
Amos Burney and Charlestown
Navy Yard during War of 1812,
16. 182-186; origin (1775), 17.
307 n.; importance in Civil War,
19. 324-326, 332. _ See also Consti-
tution, Marine, Privateering, Ships,
and wars by name.
Navy, British, size (1775), 1. 15;
mast sliips on N. H. coast (1692),
7. 163; Rodney's defeat of Grasse,

19. 153, 155, 157. See also Sliips,
and wars by name.

Navy, French, Napoleon and, 13.

107; on Am. coast (1780), 19. 112,

114, 117, 119; rumored victories

(1781), 123-125; in Chesapeake

(1781), 140; defeat of Grasse, 153,

155, 157.
Nazareth, Pa., described (1779), 2,

475.
Nazareth, Syria, in 1832, 19. 497.
Neal. See also Knill.
Neal, Benjamin, of Braintree, 1. 154;

disciphned by church (1724), 6. 487 ;

death of child (1697), 14. 18.
Neal, Rev. Daniel, interest in N. Eng.,

9. 342, 360; and Coward Bequest,

381, 386; poor health, 393.
Neal, EUzabeth [Mrs. Buckram], 17.

177.
Neal, Henry, drowned (1708), 14. 26.
Neal, Jeremiah, marshal (1686), 13.

243, 272.
Neal, Joseph, Jr., disciplined by

Braintree church (1724), 6. 487.
Neal, Joseph [3], 6. 488, 490.
Neal, Walter, and Mass., 16. 175;

churchman, 177.
Neate, William, letter on Declaratory

Act (1766), 11. 446.
Neave, Richard, letter on Declaratory

Act (1766), 11. 446.
Necker, Jacques, on slave-trade, 2.

311; Franklin on, 17. 325; Shel-

burne on, 359; removal, 19. 139.
Needham, pre-Rev. inns, 10. 47.
Neef, Joseph, and Pestalozzianism,

20. 341.

Neff, (?) John, of Cumberland, Md.,
7. 267.

Negro-seamen acts, Northern petition
against, in Congress, 19. 406-408.

Negro suffrage, necessity of Fifteenth
Amendment, 3. 335; S. C. regula-
tions, 18. 11, 16; mistaken policy
of Reconstruction, 465-467, 19.
104-106.



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Negroes, free, condition in Haiti
(17S5), 2. 308; citizenship decreed
in French West Indies, 317; a
recruit in 1760, 6. 42G; "Bucks of
America," 10. 470; pay of troops in
Civil War, 12. 489 ; sale of liquor to,
forbidden in Mass. (168(5), 13. 252;
effect on, of white civilization, 17.
7; traits of Ain., 7; and progress
in South, 96; present problem in
South, 448, 18. 235-237; results
of scientific study of, in Am., 19.
95-107; selection and training of
slavery, 95; fecundity, 96; knowl-
edge of, by whites, 97; health, 98;
effect of miscegenation on problem,
99-102; sexual development, rape,
and lynching, 102-104; labor pol-
icy of Booker Washington, 104-106;
dangers to progress, 106; self-study,
106; social traits, 106; utilization of
expert study, 106 ; вАФ suggested use
of negro troops (1814), 20. 373-
375; free paper (1821), 513; bind-
ing-out of children (1867), 520;
Sumner's fight for rights, 544-



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