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Monument, 4. 41; at Yorktown,

6. 149, 150, 156.

St. Therese, Quebec, occupied (1760),
4. 400, 5. 374.

St. Thomas Island, illicit trade with
Eng. colonies (1708), 4. 154, 155.

Salamanca, battle of, Napier on, 13.
414-415.

Salamis, battle of, criticism of Herod-
otus's description, 17. 383-405;
MAP, 384; decisiveness, 384; and
sea power, 384-386, 396-398 ; events
preceding, 386-388; strategy of
Greek position, 388-390; size of
fleets, 391; Greek tactics, 391-
394, 402, 404, 405; affair on island
of Psyttaleia, 394-396, 404; Per-
sian movements the night before,
398-404 ; ^Eschylus's account, 399-
401.

Salaries, at Philadelphia Academy
(1754), 7. 340; ministerial, in R. I.
(1760), 344-345; comment on
Federal (1789), 15. 130, 131.

Sale, Mary (Foster), 19. 58.

Salem, Mass., on early map, 1. 212;
location of first houses, 215,

7. 30; Maverick's account (1660).
1. 234,236; in 1650, 2. 47; royal
arms in, 4. 239, 240; other royal
memorials, 244; origin of town
go\rt., 5. 327-330, 7. 199, 212, 232-
234; cows (1631), 6. 423, 424;
Aaews, 7. 373 ; record book of First
Church, 8. 271; and Harvard Hall
(1677), 9. 101; church controversy
(1735), 347 n. ; pre-Rev. tavern, 10.
47; ball tor officials (1774), 85; ex-
pedition to, of Brit, troops, 90, 17.
295; palmy days, 10. 142,514; and
returning loyalists (1782), 459-462;
and Boston Port Bill, 12. 193; port
of entry (1686), 13. 264; relief for
Huguenots (1686), 272; fever
(1676), 361; Story's bicentennial
discourse, 14. 337; John Higginson
as pastor, 16. 506-508, 513, 516;
Higginson - Nicholet controversy,
513.

Salem, N. Y., troops at (1777, '79),

6. 90, 127, 129.
Salem Gazette, influence, 8. 236, 238.
Salem Village. iSee Witchcraft.
Sales. See also Sayle.
Sales, Francis, docs, on brig Mars, 18.

325.
Salisbury, Captain, coat-armor (1677),

1. 257, 4. 287.
Salisbury, Anna (Anson) [Mrs. Jelli-



374



SALISBURY-SALTONSTALL



son], exile in Amsterdam (1613),
6.60.
Salisbury, Edward E., memorial to,

18. 188.

Salisbury, Elizabeth (Sharp), exile
in Amsterdam (1612), 6. 60.

Salisbury, John, 19. 416.

Salisbury, Martha (Saunders), 19. 422.

Salisbury, Mary G. (Bangs), marriage
and death, 2. 95.

Salisbury, Nancy H. (Lincoln)^ mar-
riage and death, 2. 95.

Salisbury, Nicholas, 2. 90, 19. 416.

Salisbury, Rebekah S. (Dean), mar-
riage and death, 2. 94.

Salisbury, Samuel, 20. 412.

Salisbury, Stephen [1], career, 2. 90,

19. 416, 20. 412.

Salisbury, Stephen [2], M.H.S. trib-
ute to, 1. 226-228; death, 226,2.
100; in M.H.S., 1. 226, 2. 93; and
Worcester, 1. 226, 2. 92; as Pres.
of Am. Antiquarian Soc, 1. 227,
2. 93, 95-96; and Harvard, 1. 227,
2. 91; and Peabody Museum,
1. 227, 2. 93; Memoir by J. D.
Washburn, 2. 89-100; port, and
AUTOG., 89; unique features of
career, 89; secret of influence, 90;
birth and ancestry, 90; education,
90-91; classmates, 91; incident
at a class dinner, 91 ; characteristic
motto, 91; and his class, 91;
opposition to elective studies, 91;
love of ancient languages, 91, 97;
honorary degree, 92 ; and practical
education, 92; Worcester Library,
92; Worcester Inst, of Industrial
Sci., 92; other educational in-
terests, 93; and Biblical study,
93; societies, 93; business manage-
ment, 93-94; knowledge of law,
94; public offices, 94; marriages,
94; son, 95; scholarship, 95; style,
95; religion, 96; extract from
Troy and Homer, 96-98; and truth
in history, 98; extract from John
Endecott, 9S-99; character, 99, 19.
418; Memorial, 2. S9l; in M.H.S.
group picture (1869), 3. vii; Com-
mencement spread (1817), 5. 183.

Salisbury, Stephen [3], interest in
archa?ology, 1. 403, 19. 416, 422,

20. 413;' Memorial of Stephen
Salisbury, 2. 391; remarks, 4. 13;
on Chas. Deane, 5. 129-131; on
Library Com. (1891), 6. 351; re-
port, 417; on G. E. Ellis, 9. 256-
257; elected to M.H.S. Coimcil
(1895), 10. 137; and return of



Bradford MS., 15. 80; M.H.S.

tributes to, 19. 412-413, 415-422;
in M.H.S., 413, 20. 415; last of
family, 19. 415; ancestry, 416, 20.
412; birth, 19. 416, 20. 412;
education, 19. 416, 20. 412; travel,
19. 416, 20. 413; character, 19.
417, 419-422, 20. 417; positions
of trust, 19. 417, 20. 414-416;
charities, 19. 417, 420, 20. 417,
418; religion, 19. 417, 20. 417-418;
societies, 19. 418, 20. 414; and
Worcester, 19. 421, 20. 414-417;
Memoir by Natl. Paine, 412-419;
PORT, and ArTOG., 412; death,
412; studies law, 413; pubHc
offices, 413; in Am. Antiquarian
Soc, 415; bequest to M.H.S., 415;
founds Worcester Art Museum,
416; social life, 418.

Salisbury, Thomas, exile in Amster-
dam (1612), 6. 60.

Salisbury, \\ illiam, exile in Amster-
dam (1613), 6. 60.

Salisbury, Mass., in 1650, 2. 48; and
Harvard Hall (1677), 9. 101; taxa-
tion suit (1787), 16. 326.

Salisbury, Brit, war-ship (1770), 10.
76.

Sally, Am. ship (1829), 19. 441._

Salmon, John, account of Sullivan's
expedition, 2. 439.

Salt making in Barbadoes (1655-60),
3. 193-196.

Saltash, Vt. (1776), 6. 82.

Salter, Eneas, Boston estate, 1. 314,
318.

Salter, John, suspected of piracy
(1685), 12. 409.

Salter, Malachi, and aid for N. S.
churches, letter to Andrew Eliot
(1770), 4. 69-71; in Boston, 72.

Salter, Nicholas, death of child
(1697), 14. 18.

Salter, William, port, of Wellington,
2. 261.

Saltonstall, , of Newport (1760),

7. 345.

Saltonstall, Abigail [Mrs. Watson], 3.
401 n.

Saltonstall, Corn. Dudley, Penobscdt
expedition, 12. 200-202.

Saltonstall, Gov. Gurdon, letters
(1704), 5. 301; Election Sermon,
9. 512.

Saltonstall, Katherine [Mrs. Brattle],
9. 11.

Saltonstall, Leverett [1], in M.H.S.,
5. 5: at Harvard Commencement
(1838), 224; LL.D. (1838), 225;



SALTONSTALL-SANBORN



MO



"messmates" (1841), 6. 73; re-
printed M.H.S. paper, 241; sub-
scription to Boston dinner (1830),
341; memoir, 7. 124; BK allu-
sion to death of, 9. 140; career, 11.
340.

Saltonstall, Leverett [2], gift to
M.H.S. , 1. 172; on Nominating
Com. (1885, '86), 2. 4, 225; report
(1885), 79; on port, of R. C. Win-
throp, 118; in M.H.S. group
picture (1869), 3. vii; on R. B.
Forbes, 5. 143-144; Commence-
ment part (1844), 243; on letter
credited to Rich. Saltonstall (1632),
6. 20, 8. 202-204; Memoir of
R. B. Forbes, 6. 197-202; M.H.S.
circular letter (1885), 213; on
Auditing Com. (1891), 351 ; report,
414; letter on Francis Parkman, 8.
367; M.H.S. tributes to, 10. 139-
140, 142-147; and public service,
140, 145, 11. 341; character, 10.
143-145, 11. 365; in M.H.S., 10.
146; as Collector, and civil service
reform, 146-147, 11. 351-359; Me-
moir by C. R. Codman, 337-366;
port, and autog., 337; ancestry,
337-340 ; birth, 340 ; education, 340 ;
law studies and practice, 340 ; mar-
riage, 341; politics, 341; and slav-
ery and Unionism, 341; attitude
during Civil War, 342-345 ; during
Reconstruction, 345 ; as Centenriial
Commissioner, 347-348; "visiting
statesman" in Fla. (1876), 349;
and Butler, 351; removal, 359-
363; public testimonial to, 363-
364; as speaker, 365; death, 366.

Saltonstall, Mary E. (Sanders), 11.
340.

Saltonstall, Jiidge Nathaniel [H. C.
1659], letter to Gov. Leverett (1675)
on arrest of criminal, 10. 193-194;
descendants, 11. 338; and witch-
trials, 339; member of Dudley's
Council (1686), 13. 228; named for
Council (1691), 14. 217.

Saltonstall, Nathaniel [H. C. 1766],
11. 338; patriot, 339.

Saltonstall, Sir Richard [1], and Fines
family, 2. 252 ; and map of Eastern
Mass., 7. 337; and founding of
Mass., 11. 337; relig. tolerance,
338.

Saltonstall, Richard [2], petition
(1637), 3. 199; letter credited to
(1632), 6. 21, 8. 202-209, 9. 196;
possibly not oldest son, 8. 203;
career, 11. 338, 339.



Saltonstall, Richard [1] [H. C. 1695],
11. 338.

Saltonstall, Judge Richard [2], 3.
401 n., 11. 338.

Saltonstall, Col. Richard [3], in cam-
paign of 1760, 5. 359, 360, 362,
369-371, 389; in Boston society,
10. 41 ; loyalist, 11. 339.

Saltonstall, Rose (Lee), 11. 341.

Sam, Indian chief, captured (1676),
13. 403 ; hanged, 404.

Samnites, migrations, 12. 109.

Samoyeds, decline, 17. 6.

Sampson. See also Samson.

Sampson, Schuyler, corresp. with
Adams (1836) on slavery, 15. 447-
449.

Sampson, Stephen, on Plymouth
Com. of Corresp., 3. 440 n.

Sampson, Zephaniah, works on Bos-
ton defences (1814), 14. 151;
characterized, 153.

Samson, Henry (1717), 8. 219.

Samson, James, of Dartmouth, 8.
219.

Samson, Simeon, guest of Old Colony
Club, 3. 407, 419, 420, 432.

Samson, at Cape Frangais (1793), 2.
349.

Samuel, in Phips's Quebec expedition,
15. 306.

Samuel and Henry (1693), 1. 340.

San Diego, Calif., view, 4. 350.

San Francisco, prize case (1750), 5. 96.

San Francisco Bay, and Drake's land-
fall, 3. 260-261.

San Vicente, Juan de, in Menendez's
expedition, 8. 423, 424.

Sanborn, FranklinBenjamin, elected
a member M.H.S., 17. 1; Thomp-
sons AND Cogswells of N. Eng.,
77-87; remarks, 116, 141, 438, 449,

18. 59, 60, 154, 263, 471, 19. 299,
303, 408, 20. 83, 411, 489, 537, 590;
on G. H. Monroe, 18. 5-10; Saml.
Langdon, 192-232; on fight at
Lake George, 317-325; on maps
of N. Eng. and Canada (1756), 399;
memoir of G. H. Monroe assigned
to, 471 ; remarks on negro question,

19. 107; list of publications
(1904-06), 205, 20. 208; Dr.
Barefoot and Dr. Greenland,
19. 288-294; gifts to M.H.S.,
389, 20. 20; on Taney's letter on
emancipation, 19. 408; correction
of paper on Saml. Langdon, 20. 5;
St. John de Crevecceur, 32-83,
582-586; remarks on Longfellow,
573.



37G



SANCTA MARIA-SANTO DOmNGO



Sancta Maria de la Victoria, Canno's
ship (1522), 6. 331.

Sandbrooke, John, servant of Gov.
Winthrop, 13. 59 n.

Sanders. -See also Saunders.

Sanders, Clement, exile in Amster-
dam, fc. 60.

Sanders, Daniel, petition (1687), 13.
16 n.

Sanders, Daniel C, Harvard D.D.
(1809), 5. 174; at Commence-
ment (1830), 203; Commence-
ment part (1788), 16. 439.

Sanders, Martha [Mrs. Cotton], 3.
415 n.

Sanders, Mary E. [Mrs. Saltonstall],
11. 340.

Sanders, Mat., exile in Amsterdam,
6.60.

Sanders, Nathaniel, petition (1687),
13. 16 n.

Sanders, Rogers, in Va. county court
(1632), 3. 4.

Sanders, Susanna [Mrs. Beacham],
exile in Amsterdam (1608), 6.
60.

Sanders, Capt. Thomas [1], master of
province sloop, 16. 73 n.

Sanders, Thomas [2], vetoed for Coun-
cil (1766, '67), 10. 62, 63.

Sanderson, Gideon, at Louisburg
(1745), 11. 439; death, 443.

Sanderson, Deacon Robert (1692), 7.
361, 13. 276.

Sandford, Sir Daniel K., at Univ. of
Glasgow (1830), 19. 469.

Sandham, Henry, painting of battle
of Lexington, 3. 8.

Sandwich, John Montagu, 4-th earl of,
on Am. cowardice, 17. 287.

Sandwich, Mass., Maverick's account
(1660), 1.243; in 1650, 2. 48; pre-
Rev. inn, 10. 47.

Sandys, Edwin, letter to Corporation
of Plymouth (1609) on aiding Va.,
2. 244; AUTOG., 246.

Sanford. See also Sandford.

Sanford, Grizzell (Sylvester) [Mrs.
Cotton], 16. 79 n.

Sanford, Henry S., interference with
Eng. mission during Civil War,
16. 465.

Sanford, John Elliot, elected a
member M.H.S., 1. 13; accepts,
31; Memoir of H. M. Dexter, 7.
90-103.

Sanford, Sergeant Samuel, at Ticon-
deroga (1776), 6. 86.

Sanford, Tliomas, exile in Amster-
dam (161G), 6. 60.



Sanford, William [H. C. 1711], 16.
79 n.

Sanger, George P., Commencement
part (1840), 5. 229.

Sanger, Ralph, Conimencement part
(1808), 5. 173; biog. note, 173 n.;
Master's oration (1811), 176, 176 n.

Sanitary Commission, photog. of
Springfield (Mass.) Fair, 15. 45.

Sanitation, scavenging of Boston
(1713), 12. 249. ^'ee also Health.

Santa Anna, Antonio Lopez de, and
Cuba (1825), 12. 365.

Santa Cruz, Alonso de, map of Mexico
City (1550), 4. 309.

Santa Rosa, prize case (1747), 5. 89.

Santee Canal, in 1804, 2. 29.

Santo Domingo, Perkins's "Sketches
of Insurrection," 2. 305-372; pros-
perity aod security (1785), 307,
312, 314 n.; cities, 308; milit.
force, 308; first insubordination,
309 ; duelling, 309 ; mulattoes and
French Rev., 309-310; French
Rev. and slavery, 310, 318; con-
duct of French commissioners, 311,
332, 332 n., 335, 367-369; hos-
pitality of planters, 312, 314; con-
dition of slaves, 312-314, 314 n.;
and news of French Rev., 314-315;
demonstration over purloined de-
spatches, 315; mounting of cock-
ades, 315; Og^'s mulatto revolt,
316-317; false calm, 317; citi-
zenship for colored men, 317 n. ; and
Gregoire's pamphlet, 318; popula-
tion, 318 n. ; outbreak of slave insur-
rection, 319, 372 n. ; first attacks on
blacks, 319??., 322; siege of Cape
Frangais, 320, 331; experience of
planters at outbreak, 320 /i.-321 n. ;
fate of captured whites, 322, 370;
instances of fidelity of slaves, 321 n.,
323, 324 n., 331, 364, 366; extent
of destruction, 323 n. ; govt, and
citizens at Cape Frangais, 326;
massacre by citizens there, 327-
328; revolt of artillery company
there, 328-330; defense of planta-
tions, 331; conduct of rebel blacks,
332 ; futile expedition against
blacks, 332, 332 n. origin of Cape
Frangais massacre, 334-338; mas-
sacre, 338-347*; destitution, 347-
348; plunder and fire, 348-349;
Brit, expedition, 352 n. ; abolition
proclaimed, 352 n. ; flight of ships
from the Cape, 350-353; treat-
ment of fugitives at St. Mark's,
354-356; conduct of Polvorel, 367-



SARATOGA-SAUNDERS



377



369; massacre at Fort Dauphin,
369; conduct of Jean Francois,
371; result to blacks, 372; incita-
tion of revolt, 372 n. ; attacks on
faithful blacks, 373; amount of
destruction, 373; experience with
pirates off coast, 374-390; —
Cabot mappe-rtionde on, 6. 329;
Leclerc's policy, 8. 43 n.

Saratoga, N. Y., Am. retreat to
(1777), 3. 103; Am. troops at
(1782), 130-133; (1760), 4. 390.
See also Burgoyne (John).

Saratoga, Perry's Japan expedition,
2. 260.

Saratoga Springs in 1782, 3. 131-132.

Sargeant. See also Sargent.

Sargeant, Elizabeth H., 1. 338.

Sargeant, Ezra, representative from
Maiden, 1. 337; non-consumption
agreement (1786), 8. 497.

Sargeant, Martha W., 1. 338.

Sargeant, Nahum, 1. 338.

Sargeant, Nathaniel Peaslee, biog.
note, 16. 298 n. ; mentioned in
J. Q. Adams's diary (1787-88), 298,
303, 314, 333, 340, 406.

Sargeant, Sarah (Willis) [Mrs. Pop-
kin], family, 1. 338; second mar-
riage, 338; and step-son, 339.

Sargeant, Susannah [Mrs. Porter],
16. 303.

Sargent. See also Sargeant, Sarjeant,
Sergant, Sergeant, Sergent, Serjent.

Sargent, Amelia J. (Hoknes), gift to
M.H.S., 1. 374.

Sargent, Daniel [1], career, 3. 309-
310; purchases confiscated Boston
estates, 10. 176, 178.

Sargent, Daniel [2], autog., 1. 365;
subscnption to Boston dinner
(1830), 6. 342.

Sargent, Epes [1], 3. 309.

Sargent, Epes [2], in Boston society,
10. 33; vessels seized (1765), 61.

Sargent, Epes [d. 1880], 0BK poem
(1848), 9. 143; biog. note, 143 n.

Sargent, Esther (Macarty), 3. 309.

Sargent, Col. Horace B., 3. 311;
Commencement part (1843), 5.
238 ; spread, 240.

Sargent, Ignatius, Washington Mon-
ument appeal, 2. 143.

Sargent, John, in Mass. Conven;
(1853), 18. 34.

Sargent, John T., 2. 389.

Sargent, Jonathan, innkeeper at
Leicester, 4. 388.

Sargent, Lucius Manlius [1], remi-
niscence of youth, 2. 408; port.,



3. 283; subscription for M.H.S.
building, 291; Memoir by E. J.
Lowell, 309-312; ancestry, 309;
birth and education. 310; appear-
ance, 310; studies law, 310; mar-
riages and children, 310; in M.H.S.,
311,312; death, 311; verse, 311;
and temperance, 311; Dealings
with the Dead, 311; gift to M.H.S.,
312; Harvard A.M. (1842), 5. 236.

Sargent, Lucius M. [2], killed, 3. 311.

Sargent, Manlius, 3. 311.

Sargent, Mary (Binney), 3. 310.

Sargent, Mary (Epes), 3. 309.

Sargent, Mary (Turner), 3. 309.

Sargent, Mary T., 3. 310.

Sargent, Sarah C. (Dunn), 3. 311.

Sargent, William [1], of Eng., 3. 309.

Sargent, William [2], immigrant, 3.
3'09.

Sargent, William M., on Danforth's
deed to York, Me., 5. 432.

Sargent, Winthrop, reprinted M.H.S.
paper, 6. 241.

Sarjeant, Rev. Winwood, preaches in
Boston (1774), 10. 88.

Sarmatians, migrations, 12. 110.

Sartain, John, engraving of Long-
fellow, 4. 109; of Chas. Lowell, 10.
125.

Sartain, Samuel, engraving of Char-
lotte schools, 3. 282; of Ed. Coles,

4. 110.

Sartell. See Sawtell.
Sartwell. See also Sawtell.
Sartwell, Esther [Mrs. Crafts, Mrs.

Mead], 16. 408 n.
Sassacomoit, Indian, kidnapped, 2.

36-38.
Sassacus, grant to John Winthrop, 5.

288.
Saterley, Benedict, death at Wyom-
ing, 3. 346.
Saturday Club, Holmes as member,

11. 58-60.
Saturn, observation of interior dusky

ring, 1. 407.
Saugus, Mass. See Lynn.
Saunders. See also Sanders.
Saunders, , port, of Webster, 2.

264.
Saunders, Charles, letter to Levis, 4.

97.
Saunders, John, of Ipswich, petition

(1637), 3. 199.
Saunders, John, of Braintree, death

of child (1697), 14. 17, 18.
Saunders, Mrs. John, death, 14. 18.
Saunders, Joseph, sea captain (1799),

3. 28.



378



SAUNDERS-SAVAGE FUND



Saunders, Martha [Mrs. Salisbury],
19. 422.

Saunders, Col. W. L., acknowledg-
ment to, 4. 252 n.

Saunderson. See Sanderson.

Sausaman, John, Indian preacher,
murdered, 13. 399.

Savage, Abijah, and Mass. Council's
assumption of control (1715), 15.
345.

Savage, Lieut. Abijah, of Conn., cap-
tured at Quebec, 2. 295 ; has small-
pox, 296.

Savage (Sovage), Arthur, subscribes
to Merchants' Notes (1733), 17.
208.

Savage, Arthur, absentee loyalist,
10. 164.

Savage, Charles H., painting owned
by, 19. 7, 14.

Savage, Edward, mezzotint of John
Adams, 18. 239; paper on, 19.
1-19; unfinished plate of "Con-
gress voting Independence," 1-3,

14, 19; early career, 4; ports, of
Washington, 4-7, 11: in Europe,
6; first engravings, 6; engravings
of Washington, 6-8; marriage, 8;
panorama and museum, 8; other
engravings, 8 ; engraving of "Wash-
ington Family," 9-11; aqua-
tint engraving, 10; and David
Edwun, 12 ; doubtful engravings, 13 ;
appearance, 15; ports., 15; cat.
of plates, 15-19; impression from
plate of "Congress voting Inde-
pendence," 20. 490.

Savage, Emma [Mrs. Rogers], 2. 393.
Savage, Capt. Ephraim, milit. watch

(1689-91), 1. 161-163, 14. 30-31;

at funeral of Mrs. Sewall (1717), 8.

218; in Phips's Quebec expedition,

15. 286-288, 299, 313. _

Savage, Habijah, subscribes to Mer-
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 207.

Savage, James, fund bequeathed to
M.H.S., 1. 174; controversy with
Haven, 398; bequest of coins to
M.H.S., 2. 168; and first site of
Boston, 204; on com. on Boston
bicentenary, letter to Mayor, 220-
221; subscription for M.H.S. build-
ing, 3. 291; as historian, 5. 116,
20; 237 ; Commencement part (1803)
and biog. notes, 5. 169, 169 n.,
9. 114 n.; Master's oration (1806),
5. 171; Harvard LL.D. (1841),
233; on F. C. Gray, 312-313; re-
printed M.H.S. paper, 6. 241; in
M.H.S.,j years of membership.



senior and junior member, 273, 8.
400, 9. 92-94 ; subscription to Bos-
ton dinner (1830), 6. 341; and
Chas. Deane, 7. 83 ; and Mo. Com-
promise, 120; memoir of J. S.
Buckminster, 122; mistake on
peculations of Winthrop's bailiff,
129-131; ed. of Winthrop's Hist,
of N. Eng., 459, 464, 12. 297-298,
301-302, 20. 238; and Winthrop
Papers, 7. 460; Librarian M.H.S.,
8. 343; 0BK oration (1812), 9.
114; and* increase in M.H.S.
membership, 10. 317, 321-323; on
com. on removal of M.H.S. (1829),
11. 309; MSS. of, presented, 17.
229; Webster on, 18. 458; mem-
orandum on John Pierce's me-
moirs, 19. 357; at bicentenary of
N. Eng. Confed., 361 ; port, (bust),
20. front.; bust presented, 20, 232;
unveiling of bust, 232 ; Pres. Adams's
address on, 232-244; influence on
M.H.S., 235; as presiding officer,
236; and revised calendar, 237;
Geneal. Dictionary, 238; Johnson-
esque, 239; character, 240-244;
dislike of Cotton Mather, Thos.
Welde, Hancock, and others, 242-
244, 439. See also Savage Fund.

Savage, James W., Commencement
part (1847), 5. 253, 253 n._

Savage, John, in Philadelphia, 19. 8.

Savage, Rev. Minot J., and super-
normal, 20. 441.

Savage, Richard. See Rivers.

Savage, Sarah (Seaver), 19. 8. •

Savage, Thomas [1], at trial of Anne
Hutchinson, 4. 166, 167 n., 173; ad-
monished, 176; report on Boston
defences (1671), 12. 197.

Savage, Thomas [2], loyal petition
(1666), 6. 471; in Phips's Quebec
expedition, 15. 299.

Savage, Lieut. Thomas [?3], in Phips's
Quebec expedition, 15. 286, 300.

Savage, Thomas, Commencement part
(1813), 5. 178; biog. note, 178 n.

Savage Fund, history, 1. 174, 2. 73,
397, 3. 285, 4. Ill, 352, 5. 441, 6.
407, 7. 375, 8. 187, 9. 25, 10. 126,
558, 11. 321, 12. 177, 13. 68, 14.
131, 15. 31, 16. 131, 17. 216, 18. 272,
19. 207, 20. 210; income account
(1884), 1. 177; (1885), 2. 77;
(1886), 401; (1887), 3. 290; (1888),
4. 116; (1889), 358; (1890), 5. 447;
(1891), 6. 413; (1892), 7. 381;
(1893), 8. 193; (1894), 9. 36;
(1895), 10. 134; (1896), 564; (1897),



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11.329; (1898), 12. 185; (1899), 13.
75; (1900), 14. 138; (1901), 15. 31;
(1902), 16. 139; (1903), 17. 223;
(1904), 18. 281; (1905), 19. 218;
(1906), 20. 222; use, 1. 172, 2. 70,

393, 3. 281, 4. 108, 349, 5. 449, 6.

415, 7.371,8. 195, 212, 9. 25, 10.

123, 568, 11. 332, 12. 188, 13. 78,

14. 143, 15. 43, 16. 144, 17. 228, 18.

286, 19. 222, 20. 227.
Savagery. See Civilization.
Savannah, in 1805, 2. 27 ; Brit, evacu-
ation (1782), 3. 131, 19. 159.
Savigne, , engraving of J. C.

Phillips, 6. 417.-
Saville, Samuel [IJ, death (1700), 14.

19.
Saville, Samuel [2], death of child

(1708), 14. 25.
Saville, WiUiam [1], death (1700), 14.

19.
Saville, William [2], death of child

(1708), 14. 25.
Savings-banks, reform in mthdrawal

of deposits, 19. 563. See also

Banks.
Savory, Margaret, Pilgrim at Leyden,

17. 179.
Sawmon, Henry, indenture (1653), 5.

288.
Sawtell. See also Sartwell, Sawtelle.
Sawtell, Sergeant, in Am. army (1776),

12. 101.
Sa\v'tell, Abel, killed (1758), 6. 22, 33;

effects appraised, 28; biog. note,

30.
Sawtell, David [1], petition (1759),

6. 23.
Saw-tell, David [2], in campaign of

1760, 4. 392, 6. 429.
Sa'n^ell, Mrs. Elizabeth, 6. 30.
Sawtell, John, and Shays's Rebellion,

1. 301; on Indian scout (1748), 6.

431.
Sawtell, Jonathan, on Indian scout

(1748), 6. 431 ; in Am. army (1775),

12. 107; minuteman, 105.
Sawtell, Nathaniel, and Shays's Re-
bellion, 1. 301; minuteman, 12.

104; in Am. army (1775), 106.
Sawtell, Richard, and Shays's Re-
bellion, 1. 301; recruit (1760), 6.

429.
Sawtell, Samuel, minuteman, 12. 105.
Sawtelle, Ithamar B., on name Town-
send Harbor, 10. 466.
Sawyer. See also Sayer.
Sawyer, , escape from Indians

(1779), 2. 458.
Sawyer, Dorothy (Cradock), 1. 135.



Sawyer, Dr. Micajah, biog. note, 16.
389 n. ; mentioned in J. Q. Adams's
diary (1788), 389, 393, 416.

Sawyer, Sarah, death (1678), 7. 170.

Sawyer, Sibyl (Farnham), 16. 389,
389 n.

Sawyer, Thomas, death at Wyoming,

3. 346.

Sa^vyer, Timothy T., on Rich. Froth-
ingham, 1. 383; at Frothingham's
funeral, 393.

Sawyer, William [d. 1702], Apple-
ton's Descendants, 6. 404.

Sawyer, Dr. William, J. Q. Adams on,
16. 395, 399; biog. note, 395 n.;
graduates (1788), 440.

Sa^vye^'s (Sohier's) Tavern, Newbury-
port, mentioned in J. Q. Adams's
diary (1787-88), 16. 321, 322, 327,
372, 375, 379, 415, 419, 422, 426.

Saxe, John G., Hessian deserter as
ancestor, 2. 167.

Saxo Grammaticus, on Rock of
Runamo, 4. 57.

Say and Sele, William Fiennes, 1st
viscount, exploded coat of arms, 2.
251 ; career, 252.

Saybrook, Conn., Maverick on (1660),

1. 244; in 1650, 2. 49; jurisdiction
over trade of Eastern L. I. (1708),

4. 150; paper on migration (1659),

5. 289; storm (1645), 8. 9; and
Pequot War, 12. 204-206; begin-
nings, 16. 485; and Conn, settle-
ments, 489.

Sayer. See also Sa^^yer, Sears.
Sayer, , of Newport (1760), 7.

345.
Sayer, Anne (Bourchier), 2. 406, 429 n.
Sayer, George, 2. 406, 429 n.
Sayer, Jane [Mrs. Wall], 2. 251.
Sayer, John, of Colchester, Eng., 2.

406, 429 n.
Sayer, John Bourchier [1], 2. 406,

429 n.
Sayer, John Bourchier [2], 2. 406,

429 w.
Sayer, Richard, the exile, 2. 406, 429 n.
Sayer (Sears), Richard, the Pilgrim,

2. 406 ; commemorative medal, 426.
Sayle, Nathaniel, and Bahamas, 13.

11 n.-12n.
Sayle, William, grant of Bahamas

(1650), 13. 5, 11 n.; settlement, 11-

14; career, 51-52.
Sayre. See also Sears.
Sayre, Reverend, in New York (1812),

19. 372.
Sayre, Stephen, committed to Tower,

7. 358 n.



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Scala, La, Milan (1S29), 19. 444.

Scammell, Col. Alexander, in Bur-
goyne's campaign, 3. 103, 105-107,
112; biog. note, 388; lines from
epitaph, 388; autog., 389; mem-
ber of Old Colony Club, 389, 420;



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