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anniversary (1845), 10. 395.

Pope, Edward, guest of Old Colony
Club, 3. 408.

Pope, Ephraim, Boston estate, 1. 319.

Pope, Lieut. (?) Isaac, at siege of
Boston, 9. 75.

Pope, John, ports, of Webster, 2. 263.

Pope, Rev. Joseph, at Spencer, 3. 51 ;
biog. note, 52 n. ; as minister, 19.
434 n.

Pope's Day, mobs in Boston, 10. 56.

Popham, John, port., 8. 197.

Popham Colony, history, 2. 243; Va.
Co. on, 243, 244; question of en-
tire abandonment, 244, 247; inter-
esl^of Plymouth, Eng., 244, 248.

Popkin, Ebenezer W., 1. 338.

Popkin, Col. John, membership in
Cincinnati, 1. 76; commission,
250; milit. career, 251; spelling
of name, 251; second wife, 338.

Pppkin, John SneUing, career, 1.
339; and step-mother, 339; on
Boston pre-Rev. milit. companies,
250; on John Popkin, 251; Har-
vard D.D. (1815), 5. 180; respect
for former pupil, 248; condition
(1846), 251; memorial to, 251 n. ;
at Commencement (1848), 258;
engraving, 10. 292.

Popkin, Mrs. Rebecca, 1. 251.

Popkin, Sarah (Willis | Sargeant), 1.
338; and step-son, 339.

Poplar Forest, Va. (1817), 6. 174.

Population, of cities of Haiti (1785),
2. 308; of Haiti (1790). 318 n.;
of various Mass. towns (1790),
4. 136; of Groton (1659-1885),
137-140; Mass. census (1765),
137-139; of Mass. during Rev.,
139; royal instructions for pro-
vin. census, 8. 100; negro fecun-
dity, 19. 96.

Porcupine, Peter. See Cobbett (Wm.).

Ponnort, Philemon, teacher, 1. 325.

Port, , innkeeper on Great Pedee

(1805), 2. 34.



Port au Prince, Haiti, condition

(1785), 2. 308, 308 n.
Port Folio, Wm. Duane on, 20. 269.
Port Mahon, medal commemorating

capture (1756), 8. 500.
Port Mahon, Brit, war-ship (1744), 5.

88.
Port Royal, Acadia, expeditions

against (1704), 1. 157; (1707),

159,4.154; (1710), 1. 161 ; (1690),

7. 154, 155, 9. 484, 13. 334; Ar-
gall's raid, 1. 187; conditions
(1695), 3. 65; and N. Eng. trade,
4. 153-154; Mass. order on trade
with (1691), 12. 284. See also
Acadia, Annapolis.

Port Royal, S. C, Menendez on, 8-
451.

Port Royal Island, name as royal
memorial, 4. 251.

Portalis, Joseph M. M. C, comte de,
Mignet's eloge on, 1. 142-144.

Porter, , escape from Cape

Frangais, 2. 341 n.

Porter, , consul at Tangier (1831),

19. 480.

Porter, Rev. Ambrose, biog. note, 16.
422 n.

Porter, Anthony, of Ga., 20. 512.

Porter, Catherine (Greenbury), exile
in Amsterdam (1604), 6. 59.

Porter, Com. Da^^d, Rogers on (1815),
4. 208; papers, 18. 336; at Con-
stantinople, 19. 502.

Porter, Adni. David D., on Butler,
19. 356.

Porter, Douglass W., purchases
slaves, 20. 512-513.

Porter, Edward Griffin, gifts to
M.H.S., 1. 250, 3. 8, 10. 125, 12.
188, 14. 144; lectures on Old North
End, 2. 69; on disinterment of re-
mains of Wm. Blackstone, 480;
Rambles in Old Boston, 3. 178; list
of publications (1886-1900), 280,

8. 185, 9. 24, 10. 555, 12. 175, 13.
66, 14. 129; Memoir of Chas.
Hudson, 4. 28-32; Memoir of
J. C. Phillips, 33-36; on com. on
Delftshaven Memorial, 6. 1, 40;
reprinted M.H.S. papers, 240; on
church record of Hancock's mar-
riage, 395-397; elected to M.H.S.
Council (1891, '92), 420, 7. 383;
communicates journal of Ezra
Stiles, 338-345; on discovery of
Columbia River, 416-421; pre-
sents gifts of others, 8. 21; on
Nominating Com. (1893), 151;
report, 200; communicates letter



PORTER-PORTRAITS



341



from Boston (1775), 9. 10; on
French drama of Am. Rev., 108-
109; remarks, 158, 11. 277, 13. 62;
on Library Com. (1895), 10. 1;
report, 136; on Acton's com-
memoration of Concord battle,
188-193; on Barrell house or
McLean asylum, 548-552; on the
Morse tablet at Rome, 11. 282-285 ;
on the Cabot celebration at Halifax,

12. 2-9; on com. on annual meet-
ing (1899), 13. 1; M.H.S. tributes
to, 426-428, 443-448; death, 426,
15. 59; ancestry, 13. 426, 15. 55-
56; birth, 13. 426, 15. 56; educa-
tion, 13. 427, 444, 15. 56; travel,

13. 427, 15. 57, 58; pastorate at
Lexington, 13. 427, 15. 58; in
M.H.S. . 13. 427, 445, 15. 64; in-
stitutional offices, 13. 427, 445; in
Civil War, Sanitary Commission,
444, 15. 57; as hist, investigator,
13. 444, 446-447, 15. 61-63;
character and appearance, 13. 445,
447,15.59,64; Memoir by Morton
Dexter, 55-68; port, and autog.,
55; at Andover, 57 ; health, 57, 60;
and Italian Protestantism, 58; in
retirement, 59; as preacher and
pastor, 60-61; and Lexington
centennial, 62; character of writ-
ings, 63 ; societies, 64 ; list of writ-
ings, 65-68.

Porter, EHphalet, at Harvard Com-
mencements (1821-31), 5. 188,
200-202, 206.

Porter, Col. Elisha, regt. in Jersey
campaign, 2. 224.

Porter, Elizabeth E. (Langdon), gift
to M.H.S., 5. 309.

Porter, Rev. George W., letter to
R. C. Winthrop (1890) on Wm.
Eustis, 5. 309.

Porter, Rev. Huntington, at Harvard
Commencements (1819-38), 5. 186,
216,224; in Boston (1787), 16. 303.

Porter, J. K, gift to M.H.S., 1. 31.

Porter, Jacob, Plainfield, 6. 209.

Porter, James, in Boston society, 10.
77.

Porter, John, immigrant, 15. 55.

Porter, Rev. John, relig. controversy,
8. 92.

Porter, John, letter to F. B. Win-
throp (1803) on Winthrop Papers,
8. 140.

Porter, Jonathan, Master's oration
(1817) and biog. notes, 5. 183,
183 n., 9. 121 n.; 0BK oration
(1828), 121.



Porter, Margaret [Mrs. Nash], 17. 183.
Porter, Natlianiel, Harvard D.D.

(1814), 5. 179.
Porter, Rev. Nehemiah, letter to

Andrew Ehot (1770) on aid for

N., S. churches, 4. 72-73; biog.

note, 73 n. ; death, 5. 188.
Porter, Oliver, bills of sale of slaves,

20. 512, 513.
Porter, Royal L., 13. 426; career, 15.

55-56.
Porter, Samuel, at Halifax, 10. 418;

Jon. Sewall on, in Eng., 419, 422;

desires to return to Salem, 423;

addresses to Hutchinson and Gage

(1774), 14. 50 ?i., 51 n.
Porter, Sarah [Mrs. Butler], 17. 177.
Porter, Sarah A. (Pratt), 13. 426;

Mrs. Carruth, 15. 56.
Porter, Susannah (Sargeant), 16. 303.
Porter, Thomas, exile in Amsterdam

(1604), 6. 59, 64.
Porter, Capt. (?) Thomas, in Boston

society (1770), 10. 32.
Porter, William D., memorial, 1. 31.
Porterfield, Charles, captured at

Quebec, 2. 295.
Portland, Me., royal memorials, 4.

244. See also Falmouth.
Porto Bello, views, 20. 228.
Porto Rico, milit. weakness (1565), 8.

450 ; attitude of U. S. (1823), 15. 386.
Portrait gallery, national, advocated,

3. 8, 7. 10.

Portraits, M.H.S. groups (1858),

6. 76; (1869), 3. front., vi; C. F.
Adams [1], 13. 198; William
Amory, 4. 414; W. S. Appleton,
17. 516; Thos. Aspinwall, 7. 32;
Edward Bangs, 10. 311; G.
T. Bigelow, 5. fro7it. ; J. S. Bray-
ton, 19. 268; L. F. Brigham, 16.
535; Martin Brimmer, 10. 586;
A. H. Bullock, 3. 322; E. L.
Bynner, 9. 173; J. E. Cabot, 20.
526; P. A. Chadbourne, 18. 448;
Mellen Chamberlain, 19. 119;
G. B. Chase, 17. front; Rufus
Choate, 11. 124; J. F. Clarke,

4. front; S. C. Cobb, 7. 318;
U. H. Crocker, 19. 554; R. H.
Dana, Jr., 6. 262; Chas. Deane,

7. front; Chas. Devens, 104;
Geo. Dexter, 1. 327; H. M. Dex-
ter, 7. 90; C. F. Dunbar, 14.
218; Jos. Dudley, 2. 196; Saml.
Eliot, 14. front; G. E. Ellis, 10.
front; R. W. Emerson, 2. 107;
W. C. Endicott, 15. front; Ed-
ward Everett, 18. front; W. A.



342



PORTSMOUTH-POTTER



Field, 19. 61 ; H. W. Foote, 8. 236;
R. B. Forbes, 6. 197; Ben. Franklin
(statuette), 20. 27; O. B. Froth-
ingham, 10. 507 ; Rich. Frothing-
ham, 1. front. ; Horace Gray, 18.
155; J. C. Gray, 4. 22; W. W.
Greenough, 14. 468; G. S. Hale,

12. 483 ; S. F. Haven, 1. 394 ; C. H.
Hill, 13. 130; H. A. Hill, 11. 188;
G. F. Hoar, 19. front.; O. W.
Holmes, 11. 47; Williams Latham,
4. 195; A. A. Lawrence, 12. 130;
Henry Lee, 19. 228; H. W. Long-
fellow, 8. 152; S. K. Lothrop, 3.
161 ; Augustus Lowell, 15. 169 ; E. J.
Lowell, 9. 541; James R. Lowell,
11. 75; John Lowell, 14. 177; Jolin
A. Lowell, 12. 113; Theo. Lyman,
20. 147; S. F. McCleary, 15. 255;
H. S. Nourse, 18. 292; F. E. Oliver,
8.474; L.R.Paige, 15. 240; F. W.
Palfrey, 7. 39; E. A. Park, 14. 446;
F. E. Parker, 3. 247; Francis Park-
man, 8. 520; A. P. Peabody, 11.
25; A. T. Perkins, 7. 426; C. C.
Perkins, 3. 223; J. C. Pliillips, 4.
33; E. L. Pierce, 18. 363; H. L.
Pierce, 11. 386; E. G. Porter, 15.
55; Edmund Quincy, 18. 401;
J. C. Ropes, 14. 229; W. G. Rus-
sell, 155: Stephen Salisbury [2], 2.
89; StephenSalisbury [3], 20. 412;
Leverett Saltonstall, 11. 337; Jas.
Savage (bust), 20. front.; H. E.
Scudder, 17. 142; David Sears, 2.
405; G. O. Shattuck, 14. 361;
W. S. Shurtleff, 11. 234; J. L.
Sibley, 2. front. ; E. F. Slafter, 20.
591; H. G. Somerby, 1. 132; Chas.
Sumner, 20. 538; H. W. Taft, 19.
390; Natl. Thayer, 2. 51; B. F.
Thomas, 14. 297; R. N. Toppan,
15. 480; H. W. Torrey, 9. 197;
C. W. Tuttle, 1. 406; F. A. Walker,

13. 303; Jas. Walker, 6. front.;
J. D. Washburn, 17. 511; R. C.
Waterston, 8. front.; B. M. Wat-
son, 12. 2.53; Henry Wheatland,
9. 276; W. H. Whitmore, 15. 96;
H. A. Whitney, 5. 424; Justin Win-
sor, 12. front.; R. C. Winthrop,
9. front.; R. C. Winthrop, Jr., 20.
178; Roger Wolcott, 18. 86.

Portsmouth, Eng., charter (1313),
8. 235.

Portsmouth, N. H., Maverick's ac-
count (1660), 1. 234 ; circular letter
and covenant on Boston Port Bill
and non-importation, 2. 481-483;
Belknap's objections to covenant,



484-486; royal memorials, 4. 244;
Indian raid (1694), 7. 167; iron ore
(1644), 8. 13; small-pox (1685),
13. 410; Jon. Edwards at (1749),
15. 16-19; Church of England in
early, 16. 176-181; as* Strawberry
Bank, 176; loyalty (1664), i78;
use of term "warden," 178. See
also New Hampshire.

Portugal, travel in (1866), 20. 189.

Portuguese, illicit trade in West In-
dies (1565), 8. 443, 445.

Posey, , of Va., arrested (1787),

17. 473.

Posey, , of Va., congressional can-
didacy (1797), 15. 160.

"Possee," Boston club, 10. 38.

Post, Captain, short passage to Boston,
10. 52.

Post, Frederick, journal of Pontiac
Conspiracy, 4. 44.

Post, Jabez, at siege of Boston, 9.
68, 76.

Post, John, testimony (1697), 5. 296.

Post Mary, character, 1. 88 n., 106 n.

Post, Quebec-Halifax (1787), 3. 75-
76.

Post-office, Priestley and franking,
3. 25, 27; delays (1799), 29; Mrs.
Adams's use of frank (1799), 276;
Jas. Parker on colonial, 16. 192, 194,
197-199, 205-208, 211, 217-228;
tables of rates, 199, 200; and let-
ters from Europe, 211, 217.

Postage stamps of U. S., suggested
change in portraiture, 20. 6-10;
various issues and ports., 10.

Pot, Thomas, exile in Amsterdam,
6. 59.

Potatuck Indians, names (1703), 5.
300.

Pote, Capt. William, Jr., journal of
captivity, 11. 422.

Potomac River, Washington on na^i-
gation (1772), 12. 156.

Pottawatomie Massacre, 14. 4-7.

Potter, Colonel, seized in Boston
(1690), 7. 155.

Potter, Alonzo, Harvard D.D. (1843),
5. 239; (PBK prayer (1829), 9.
122; biog. note, 122 n.

Potter, Bishop Henry C, sermon at
centenary of Washington's inaugu-
ration, 4. 371.

Potter, Lieut. Isaac, wounded at Lex-
ington, 5. 396.

Potter, Mary, and John Haynes, Jr.,
1. 126.

Potter, Mary S. [Mrs. Longfellow], 8.
152; death, 153



POTTER-PREBLE



343



Potter, Rev. Nathaniel, at Brookline,

19. 427.
Potter, William, works on Boston

defences (1814), 14. 151.
Potter, William E., and Shute's

journal, 2. 440.
Potter, William W., and Graves-Cilley

duel, 12. 292.
Potts. See also Pot, Pote.
Potts, Richard, and ratification of

Constitution, 17. 484, 504.
Pouchot, , letters to Levis, 4.

97.
Pound, Thomas, map of N. Eng. with

Boston Harbor inset, 2. 479 ; pirate,

479.
Pousset, , and claim of Cape

Frangais merchants (1793), 2. 336.
Poutrincourt, Jean de Biencourt,

sieur de, in Monts's expedition,

3. 353.
Povey, Thomas, arrives as Dep.-Gov.

(1702), 14. 32. _
Powder money, in Mass. (1686), 13.

262.
Powel, , of Va., candidacy (1796),

15. 157.
Powel, Samuel, letter to Washington

(1787) on R. H. Lee, 17. 490.
Powell. See also Powel.
Powell, Major, of Brit, army, in

Boston society (1770), 10. 76.
Powell, James, prize case (1750), 5.

96.
Powell, Jane [Mrs. Jepson], 17. 174.
Powell, Jeremiah, in Boston society,

10. 105, 106.
Powell, John, absentee loyalist, 10.

164.
Powell, Susannah [Mrs. Mason], 2.

5.
Powell, Thomas, exile in Amsterdam,

6. 59.
Powell, William, 2. 5; illness, 26;

death, 28; characterized, 12. 140.
Powell, Yorke, at Congress of Hist.

Sciences (1903), 17. 246.
Powers, Hiram, statue of Webster,

2. 264.
Powers, Rev. Peter, sermon at Groton

(1778), 12. 98.
Powers (Poor), Capt. Thomas, im-
pressment conflict on brig of (1769),

10. 71 ; trial, 71.
Powis, Sir Thomas, on vacating of

Mass. charter, 13. 223.
Powlett. See Pawlett.
Pownalborough, Me., in 1775, 2. 277.
Pownall, Thomas, port., 3. 312; view

of Boston (1757), 10. 570.



Pratt, Abraham, exile in Amsterdam
(1612), 6. 59.

Pratt, Annie S., etching by, 6. 417.

Pratt, Benjamin, 9,nd Sliirley-Waldo
case, 12. 45.

Pratt, Daniel, 15. 56.

Pratt, Edward E., on Choate's in-
dustry, 11. 143.

Pratt, Elizabeth [Mrs. Whitney], 5.
425.

Pratt, Lieut. Ephraim, death (1776),
12. 102.

Pratt, Ezra, in campaign of 1760, 5.
384.

Pratt, George L., education, 5. 425.

Pratt, Henry C, port, of David Sears,

2. 429; of L. M. Sargent, 3. 283;
of Thos. Pownall, 312.

Pratt, Jane (Carter), exile in Amster-
dam (1612), 6. 59.

Pratt, John, of Maiden, killed (1708),
14. 25.

Pratt, Capt. John (c. 1800), 5. 425.

Pratt, John F., gift to M.H.S,, 6. 417.

Pratt, John J., gift to M.H.S., 3. 283.

Pratt, Jonathan, 11. 419.

Pratt, Lucy (Bradstreet), 11. 419.

Pratt, Mary (Tewksbury), 5. 425.

Pratt, Mercy, death, 14. 20.

Pratt, Phineas, teacher, 7. 47.

Pratt, Sarah A. [Mrs. Porter, Mrs.
Carruth], 13. 426, 15. 56.

Pratt, Silas, 15. 56.

Pratt, Thomas B., works on Boston
defences (1814), 14. 152.

Pratt, William, in campaign of 1760,
5. 384.

Pratt's Tavern, Needham Bridge, 10.
47.

Pray, Edward W., Commencement
part (1841), 5. 232; biog. note,
232 n.

Preble, Abraham [1], immigrant, 2.
132.

Preble, Abraham [2], Danforth's deed
of trust to (1684), 5. 433.

Preble, Com. Edward, 2. 132 ; gift to
Enoch Lincoln, 6. 421; papers, 18.
336.

Preble, Enoch, 2. 132.

Preble, George Henry, on origin
of Am. flag, 1. 28-29 ; publica-
tions (1883), 170; on Chesapeake-
Shannon fight, 376-379; M.H.S.,
tributes to, 2. 3-4; serAice in
navy, 3, 132-133; Flag of United
States, 3, 134; Steam Navigation,

3, 134; library, 3; writings of,
presented, 64, 70; gift to M.H.S.,
72; Memoir by A. P. Peabody,



344



PR EBLE-PRESTON



132-135; ancestry and birth, 132;
education, 132; after retirement.
133; death, 133; occasional arti-
cles, 134; societies, 134; marriage,
family, 135.

Preble, George H. R., gift to M.H.S.,
2. 70; mentioned, 135.

Preble, Gen. Jedidiah, 2. 132; on
Priestley's preacliing, 3. 40 ; in Bos-
ton society, 10. 33, 83.

Preble, Sally (Cross), 2. 132.

Preble, Susan Z., 2. 135.

Preble, Susan Z. (Cox), 2. 135.

Preble, William P., 2. 132.

Prentice. See also Prentiss.

Prentice, Rev. John, and Groton
church controversy (1712), 13. 299-
301; ordained (1708), 14. 34.

Prentice, Major Samuel, at siege of
Boston, 9. 59, 62.

Prentice, Capt. Thomas, justice of
peace (1686), 13. 229, 246; and
Worcester affairs, 247, 251; sham
fight (1686), 328.

Prentice, Valentine, Apostle EUot on,
18. 344.

Prentice, William Henry, innkeeper
at Littleton, 6. 80, 88.

Prentiss. See also Prentice.

Prentiss (Prentts), Sheriff John, of
New London, biUs (1699), 5. 298.

Prentiss, Joseph, Speaker of Va.
House (1787), 17. 478.

Prentiss, Rev. Thomas [1], of Medfield,
contentment, 2. 5.

Prentiss, Rev. Thomas [2], of Charles-
town, character, 6. 448.

Presbury, Mary [Mrs. Greenleaf], 16.
417 n.

Presbyterianism, in Barrowism, 6.
42; church in Amsterdam, 43;
support of Eng. country churches
(1740), 9. 373, 377. See also
Religion.

Prescott, Edith [Mrs. Wolcott], 18. 90.

Prescott, James [1], 3. 320; on Mass.
Com. of Corresp., 4. 85, 88-90.

Prescott, James [2], graduates (1788),
16. 440.

Prescott, John [d. 1681], inscription
on monument, 19. 264.

Prescott, Jonas, and Groton church
controversy (1712), 13. 299, 302.

Prescott, Oliver, Shays's Rebellion,
1. 303; letter to Bowdoin, certi-
ficate against insurgents, 304; on
release of Page, 306; on Job
Shattuck, Jr., 307; letter to
Lincoln on Middlesex insurgents,
4. 158-159.



Prescott, Dr. Samuel, and Revere's
ride, 20. 581.

Prescott, Susanna [Mrs. Chaplin], 3.
320.

Prescott, Col. William [1], kinswoman's
recollections, 3. 320.

Prescott, Judge William [2], autog., 1.
365; and Webster (1822), 14. 402.

Prescott, William A., voyage to
Europe (1853), 5. 343,

Prescott, William Hickling, MS.
copy of Las Casas's History, 1. 222;
at M. H. S. meeting at Tudor's, 3. 53 ;
and Zachary Taylor, 4. 237 ; in
M.H.S., 5. 5, 6. 272; Commence-
ment part (1814), 5. 179; Harvard
LL.D. (1843), 239; in M.H.S.
group picture (1858), 6. 77; Tick-
nor's biog., 209; reprinted M.H.S.
paper, 240; Aspinwall's services
to, 7. 35; memoir of John Picker-
ing, 124 ; at bicentenary of N. Eng.
Confed., 19. 361.

Present State of New England, extant
copies, price, 10. 345.

President of M.H.S., R. C. Winthrop
as, 1. vi., 2. 69, 80-86, 9. 214, 218-
220, 237-241; by-laws on, 4. 226;
Elhs as, 9. 246, 253, 256; election
(1806), 20. 15 TO.; Savage as, 235-
237. See also Adams (C. F. [2]),
•Ellis (G. E.), Winthrop (R. C).

President of U. S., proper inaugura-
tion day, 4. 305; succession bill
(1792), 15. 137.

President, trans- Atlantic steamer, lost
(1841), 7. 35.

Press, restraints in pro^'inces, 8. 54,
104; censorship in Eng., 271;
censorship in colon. Mass., 272-273,
9. 425, 444, 475, 484, 11. 242-249,
251; censorship in provin. Mass.,
8. 273, 9. 495, 496, 499; earliest
Am., 9. 410; first Bo,ston, 411;
early history in Mass., 11. 240-253;
early types, 241-242; censorsliip
in N. Y. (1693), 12. 393; early, in
Mexico, 395-400; first, in Peru,
400; partnership agreement of
Franklin and Parker (1741), 16.
186-189. See also Books.

Pressense, Edmond de, death an-
nounced, 6. XX, 421.

Prester John, Cabot mappe-monde on,
6. 334.

Preston, David, exile in Amsterdam
(1606), 6. 59.

Preston, Jane (Smyth | Watts), exile
in Amsterdam (1606), 6. 59.

Preston, Cap<. John, in Boston society,



PRESTON-PRICE



345



10. 33; inBoston Massacre, 73; trial,
76.

Preston, Jonathan, Waslungton Mon-
ument appeal, 2. 143.

Preston, "William C, Harvard LL.D.
(1846), 5. 250.

Preston, Conn., inn (1795), 3. 44.

Preston, Brit, war-ship (1774), 10. 87.

Price, , of Charleston (1805), 2.

26; plantation, 27.

Price, , poor white of S. C. (1805),

2. 30, 34.

Price, Alexander, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 179.

Price, Elizabeth, absentee ^pyalist,
10. 164.

Price, Ezekiel, on Capt. Cochrane,
6. 519; memoir, 7. 124; diary, 10.
12; on com. to instruct represen-
tatives (1767), 64; at Boston din-
ner (1776), 103; notarial records
(1754-80), 11. 184; public ex-
planation of conduct (1774), 14.
52 n. ; career, 54 n ; deputy register
of court of admiralty, 16. 66 n.

Price, Isaac, Pilgrim at Leyden, 17.
183.

Price, Mrs. Jane, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 179.

Price, John, Pilgrim at Leyden, 17.
183.

Price, John, on trade com. (1686),
13. 248.

Price, John, lawyer (1754), 7. 342.

Price, Joseph, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 183.

Price, Polly, scholar at Townsend
(1772), 4. 386.

Price, Rev. Richard, and America, 3.
24, 25; letters (1767-90), 17. 262-
378; history of papers, 262-263;
pamphlet on public debt, 266;
pamphlets on Am. Rev.. 308, 311,
313, 316-317, 325, 327; letters to

(1790) French Rev., John

Howard, Adam Smith, 376 ; —
from John Adams (1777) Defence of
Constitutions, 364; — from Wm.
Bingham (1786) Confederation, im-
migration, Pa. affairs, 360; — from
Jas. Bowdoin (1786) Am. Acad.,
338 ; — from Baron van der Capel-
len (1777) Dutch mercenaries,
pamphlets, 313; — from Chas.
Chauncy (1772) Annuities, Mass.
affairs, Edwards on fatalism, 265;
(1774) Am. affairs, Josiah Quincy,
266-271; (1775) chances of war.
Congress, union, 275; Quincy, be-
ginning of wax, siege of Boston,



294-301; (1779) war conditions,
319; to Chauncy (1775) Quincy,
Am. affairs in Eng., 278; Am. cor-
resp., 306; — from John Clarke
(1786) Mosaism, Adams, church
music, 345; — from Thos. Day
(1786) Bariow's Columbiad, 339;
— from Franklin (1767) D.D. for
Am. ministers, 263; (1772) Sir
Joiin Pringle and liberal preach-
ing, 264; (1785) Am. conditions,
Necker's works, 325; (1786) health.
Am. conditions, 348; (1787) Mrs.
Price, health, Fed. Conven., 366;
to Franklin (1777) Eng. confidence,
310; — from Wm. Gordon (1775)
siege of Boston, Congress, Indians,
302; — from Wm. Hazlitt (1784,
'85) Am. relig. affairs, 322, 334; —
from Jon. Jackson (1785) pam-
phlet, Adams, amendment of Con-
federation, supplies for Eng. fleet,
327 ; — from Jefferson (1785) Price's
pamphlet, amendment of Confed-
eration, 325; (1789) States General,
372; — from John Lathrop (1786)
commercial conditions, 336; —
from Arthur Lee (1777) Brit, cruel-
ties, Scotchmen, Am. task, 308; to
Lee (1777) pamphlets, 310; — to
Josiah Quincy (1775) Eng. dis-
belief in Am. bravery, 287 ; — from
Benj. Rush (1786) test law, An-
napolis Conven., education, Philos.
Soc, Brit, debts, Nisbet, Frank-
lin, 341-344; Vaughan, 349; Wm.
White, scheme for three confed-
eracies, N. Eng. affairs, Franklin,
Pa. affairs, 353; (1787) criminal
punishment, 366; Fed. Conven.,
Price's Sermons, 367 ; Universalism,
369; (1790) test laws, death of
Franklin, 374; — from Shelburne
(1774) sinking fund, customs, min-
istry and Am., 273; (1775) Address
of Congress, 274; conditions in
Ireland, 301; crisis in Am., 306;
foreign trade. Am. navy, 307;
(1777) progress of war, 312; (1784)
scheme for improving poor, French
finances, Eng. affairs, 321; (1786)
death of Mrs. Price, 350-352 ; Play-
fair's tables, peace crusade, French
treaty, 357; freedom of trade,
Scotchmen, academy, Necker and
Turgot, contentment, 358 ; Price's
Sermons and relig. controversy,
362; — from Ezra Stiles (1775)
Am. episcopate, civil war, 281 ; —
from Jas. Sullivan (1786) relig.



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liberty, commotions, 352 ; — from
Saml. Vaughan (1786) academic
lectures, Priestley, Franklin, Pa.
affairs, 354 ; — from John Wheelock
(1785) Dartmouth College, 324; —
from Wm. Wliite (1787) math, in-
strument. Fed. Conven. 370; —
from Ed. Wiggles worth (1775)
Isaac Smith, Hutchinson's letter-
book, 292; (1786) Mass. Congreg.
Charitable Soc, 345; — from Jos.
Willard (1786) national credit,
Priestley, Am. Acad., 338; Congreg.
Charitable Soc, national credit,
paper money, Sparhawk, 347 ;
(1788) Constitution, Price's lec-
tures, Greek lexicon. Am. Acad.,
371 ; — from John Winthrop (1774)
Port Bill and Regulating Act, 271;
(1775) chances of war, 283; begin-
ning of war, 288; to Winthrop
(1777) Am. war pamphlets, Gor-
don's liistory, 311.

Price, Rev. Roger, goes to Eng. (1753),
13. 384

Price, Sarah (Blundell), 17. 322;
husband and death of, 350-352,
366.

Price, William, view of Boston, 1.
249.

Prices, provisions in Mass. (1703), 1.
157; (1691), 163; com. in N. Eng.
(1626, '60), 247; provisions in N. S.
(1776), 2. 302, 303; during Am.
Rev., 3. 129; coal in Md. (1836),
7. 267; in Louisville, 287; cattle
and horses in Mass. (1775). 408;
swine and geese in Mass. (1631), 8.
471; various goods (1630), 10. 110-
114; family supplies (1639), 13. 61-
62 ; grain rates in Mass. (1686), 281 ;
tobacco (1789), 15. 126; wheat
(1793, '94), 141, 142, 146; paper
(1747), 16. 189, 190. See also
Economic conditions.

Pride, Elijah, at siege of Boston, 9.
42, 45.

Priest, , of Reed's Mass. regt.,

death at Ticonderoga (1776), 12,
102.

Priest, Degory, Pilgrim at Leyden, 17.
175.

Priest, John F., subscription to Bos-
ton dinner (1830), 6. 342.

Priest, Mary, Pilgrim at Leyden, 17.
175.

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

Priest, Sarah (Allerton | Vincent),
Pilgrim at Leyden, 17. 175.



Priest, Timothy, in campaign of
1760, 4. 390.

Priestley, Joseph [Letters follow],
letters presented, 3. 11-13; and
Federalists, 12; biog. note, 14 n.;
Discourses, 17, IS; Exposition, 17-
23, 25, 30, 33; Institutions of
Moses, 17, 22, 25-30, 33, 39;
publication matters, 18-20. 23-25,
30-32, 39; on France and U. S.
(1798), 18-20; and Am. politics
(1798-1800), 20-26, 29, 37; de-
fence of phlogiston theory, 20, 21,
23, 24, 30, 32, 36, 38; on John
Adams, 21, 26; French funds, 21;
lost packages, 22, 28, 29; and
franking letters, 25, 27; Letters,
31, 33; Hebrew Knouiedge of
Future State, 32-34 ; reply to Noah



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