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Cooper, 1st earl of. See Ashley.

Shakespeare, William, piece of his
mulberry tree, 2. 216; Bartlet's
oration on, 432; allusion to works
in Boston paper (1722), 6. 517; on
memory, 14. 439 ; supposed autog.,
20. 127.

Shaler. See Shayler.

Sham fights, during Am. Rev., 6.
118-122, 139; orders (1686), 13.
328-330.

Shank, Thomas, hanged (1778), 6.
108. _

Shanklin, William, of Cherry Valley,
2. 454.

Shannon, , innkeeper at Chris-
tiana, Del. (1804), 2. 33.

Shannon, Gov. Wilson, and Potta-
watomie Massacre, 14. 5.

Shanon. See Chesapeake.

Shapleigh, John, Maine lands, 19.
292.

Sham, Nicholas, milit. watch (1689),
1. 162.

Sharon, Mass., pre-Rev. inn, 10. 47.

Sharp. See also Sharpe.

Sharp, Andrew, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 179.

Sharp, Anna [Mrs. Penrose], exile in
Amsterdam (1611), 6. 60.

Sharp, Bartholomew, sea-captain, 13.
231.

Sharp, Daniel, Harvard D.D. (1843),
5. 239; 0BK prayer (1845), 9.
139; biog. note, 139 n.

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

Sharp, Gibbons, water-color dedi-
cated to, 18. 296.

Sharp, Richard, death (1677), 7. 168.

Sharp, William, port, of F. W. P.
Greenwood, 13. 79.



SHARPE-SHAW



387



Sharpe, Agnes [Mrs. Winthrop, Mrs.
Mildmay], 2. 253.

Sharpfulls, George, letters to Win-
throp (1645, '47) on iron works, 8.
15-17.

Sharpless, James. See Sharpless
portraits.

Sharpless, Mrs. James, miniature of
Washington, 3. 277.

Sharpless portraits, alleged, of Wash-
ingtons, described, 3. 136; pro-
fessed commission for painting,
136, 179; M.H.S. com. on, 136,
153; report, 179-187; spurious
Wasliington letter on, 179; other
spurious letters, 180-184; altered,
184; possible basis, 186, 215-
216, 277; report made pub-
lic, 187; further niisrepresen-
tations, 215; allusion to, 259;
Goodell's Rejoinder, 279; letter
on, 7. 349, 399.

Shatswell. See Latchwell.

Shattuck. See also Shadock.

Shattuck, David, recruit (1758), 6.
25.

Shattuck, Emily (Copeland), 11. 270,
14. 364.

Shattuck, George C., subscription for
M.H.S. building, 3. 291.

Shattuck, George Otis, elected a
member M.H.S., 4. 413; memoir
of W. G. Russell assigned to, 10.
470, 11. 269; M.H.S. tribute to,
268-271; in M.H.S., 268, 12. 61;
birth, ancestry, education, 11.
269, 14. 361-362; law partners,
11. 269, 14. 364; as lawyer, 11.
269-270, 14. 366-367; pubUc ser-
vice, 11. 270; politics, 270, 14.
366; religion, 11. 270, 14. 363;
marriage, child, 11. 270, 14. 364,
367; social life, 11. 271; memoir
assigned to C. F. Dunbar, 271;
Memoir by O. W. Holmes, 14. 361-
368; PORT, and autog., 361; boy-
hood home, 361 ; in college, 362-
363 ; and Jas. Walker, 363 ; in Law
School, 363; and preservation of
Old South, 364; and Harvard, 365;
societies, 365; summer place, 365;
travel, 365-366; embarrassments,
366; refuses judgeship, 366; death,
367; character, 367.

Shattuck, Hannah (Bailey), 14. 361,
362.

Shattuck, James, on Indian scout
(1748), 6. 431.

Shattuck, Job [1], and Shays's Rebel-
lion, 1. 301; on com. on griev-



ances, 301; prevents court at
Concord, 302; warrant against,
304; captured, 304-306; treat-
ment in jail, wound, 307-309;
bailed, 307; miUt. career, 309;
in Groton riots (1781), 310; char-
acter and appearance, 310 ; crippled,
310; at Ticonderoga (1776), 12.
100, 102.

Shattuck, Job [2], and Shays's Re-
bellion, 1. 301, 307.

Shattuck, John, of Pepperell, 6. 427.

Shattuck, Joseph [1], in Am. Rev.,
14. 361.

Shattuck, Joseph [2], career, 14. 361 ;
character, 362.

Shattuck, Joseph W., witnesses Sib-
ley's will, 2. 170.

Shattuck, Joshua, death in Am.
army (1776), 12. 102.

Shattuck, Lemuel, reprinted M.H.S.
paper, 6. 241.

Shattuck, Moses, in campaign of
1760, 4. 392.

Shattuck, Oliver, recruit (1758), 6. 24.

Shaw. See also Shawe.

Shaw, , captain of L. I. Sound

packet (1789), 16. 460.

Shaw, Lieutenant, at siege of Boston,
9. 73.

Shaw, Charles, on Boston Court House
(1817), 14. 100.

Shaw, David, innkeeper at Palmer,
4. 388.

Shaw, Elizabeth (Smith), 16. 296 n.;
mentioned in J. Q. Adams's diary,
377, 430, 431, 448, 452; father's
sermon on marriage of, 19. 386.

Shaw, George R., on cabinet for
Parkman MSS., 6. 165.

Shaw, John, of Weymouth, death
(1704), 14. 23.

Shaw, Rev. John [H. C. 1772], biog.
note, 16. 296 n. ; mentioned in J. Q.
Adams's diary (1787-88), 296, 301,
303, 333-335, 348, 351, 352, 376,
377, 385, 406, 430, 431, 442, 448,
452.

Shaw, Ca-pt. John, Rogers on (1815),

4. 208.

Shaw, John A., Commencement part

(1811) and biog. note, 5. 176 n.;

tutor, 14. 156.
Shaw, Joseph, killed at Wyoming

(1778), 3. 345.
Shaw, Josiah C, exhibition part

(1788), 16. 409.
Shaw, Lemuel, subscription for

M.H.S. building, 3. 291; in M.H.S.,

5. 5; and Judge Bigelow, 478; in



388



SHAW-SHEFFIELD



M.H.S. group picture (1858), 6.
77; port., 16. 265.

Shaw, Rev. Oakes, 18. 242.

Shaw, Robert G., subscription for
M.H.S. building, 3. 291; to Boston
dinner (1830), 6. 341.

Shaw, Samuel, in Dartmoor Prison,
10. 117.

Shaw, Samuel Savage, presents Gar-
diner Papers, 4. 77; elected a
member M.H.S., 17. 130; commu-
nicates letter on Woodbridge-
Phillips duel, 18. 239-242; and
letter of Hutchinson, 242 ; on
Nominating Com. (1904, '05), 252,
454; reports, 289, 19. 226; Me-
moir OF H. S. NouRSE, 18. 292-
295; Memoir of U. H. Crocker,
19. 554-565; elected to M.H.S.
Council (1906), 20. 232.

Shaw, Silvanus, captured at Quebec,
2. 295.

Shaw, William, Harvard D.D. (1815),
5. 180.

Shaw, William Smith, Librarian
M.H.S., 8. 343; junior member,
9. 94.

Shawe, Roger, of Hampton, N. H.,
liquor license, 19. 171.

Shayler, , sea-captain (1774), 10.

84.

Shays, Anna (? Trevirayd), exile in
Amsterdam (1607), 6. 60.

Shays, Edward, exile in Amsterdam
(1607), 6. 60.

Shays's Rebellion, conditions at
Taunton, 1. 76; Groton and, 298-
312; causes, 298, 300; number of
insurgents in Middlesex, 299; at-
tempted conven. there (1784), 299;
warrant for Groton town meeting,
299-301; preparation for Middle-
sex convent., 301; circular letter,
302; county conven. at Concord,
302; court prevented there,
302; threatened march on Cam-
bridge, 302-303 ; preparation
against insurgents, 303 ; warrants
for Middlesex insurgents, 303;
capture of them, 304-306; re-
lease of Page and Parker, 306;
treatment of Shattuck, 307-309;
his conviction and pardon, 309;
novel on, 311; compensation for
destruction, 311-312; letter on
movement of Middlesex insurgents,
4. 158-159; reprieve and promo-
tion of insurgent, 7. 19, 120; end,
15. 372; pardon of insurgents, 16.
318; and election of 1787, 404 n..



17. 458 ; damage suit resulting from,
16. 445; affairs (Oct.), 17. 352,
353 ; and amendment of Confeder-
ation, 454 ; ease of suppression, 463 ;
Jon. Smith's pamphlet, 19. 276.

Shea, John Gilmary, on Roubaud,
3. 203; M.H.S. tribute to, 7. 331.

Shead. See also Shed.

Shead, Jonathan, death at Louisburg
(1745), 11. 445.

Shead, Samuel, at Louisburg (1745),
11. 444.

Sheafe. See also Sheaffe.

Sheaf e, Abigail [Mrs. Pickering], 3. 247.

Sheafe, Edmund, 3. 247.

Sheafe, EUzabeth (Cotton), 3. 248.

Sheafe, George [H. C. 1825], death,
5. 198.

Sheafe, Jacob [d. 1659], at Guilford,
16. 496; wealth, 508.

Sheafe. Jacob [d. 1791], 3. 247.

Sheafe, Mary [Mrs. WiUard], 16. 309 n.

Sheafe, Ruth (Wood), death, 7. 169.

Sheafe, Sampson, robbed in Boston
(1688), 7. 147 ; to examine Nowell's
accounts (1686), 13. 235; on trade
com. (1686), 248.

Sheafe, Rev. Thomas, 3. 247.

Sheafe, Mrs. Thomas (Wilson), 3. 247.

Sheaffe, Edward, on boundary com-
mission (1767), 10. 63.

Sheaffe, Mrs. Susanna, letter to Child
(1775) on Boston after Lexington,
9. 10.

Sheaffe, William, letter to Winslow
(1771) on smuggling, 2. 232; in
Boston society, 10. 38; com. of
merchants on affair of (1770), 73;
and writs of assistance, 12. 193.

Shearmann. See Cheeseman.

Shed. See also Shead.

Shed, Amos, quittance by (1766), 12.
100.

Shed, Joseph, and Shays's Rebellion,
1. 301.

Shed, Oliver, and Shays's Rebellion,
1. 301; recruit (1760), 6. 429.

Shed, William, recruit (1760), 6. 429;
minuteman, 12. 105.

Shee, John, collector at Philadelphia,
and embargo, 20. 310.

Sheehan, Norman L. T., photog. by,
20. 229.

Sheerness, Brit, war-ship, at Boston
(1728), 18. 240.

Sheffield, John Holroyd, 1st earl of,
letters to Ed. Winslow (1805, '06),
3. 69, 70.

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



SHEFFIELD-SHERMAN



389



Sheffield, Mass., troops at (1760), 4.
388, 389; inn, 389.

Shehane, John, trial (1787), 16. 313,
318.

Shelburne, William Petty, 2d earl of,
and Oliver, 3. 14; and Canadian
appointments (1784), 80; prime
minister, 131; and spurious Mont-
calm letters, 202; port, of Wash-
ington painted for, 11. 69. Arthur
Lee on, 17. 309; letters to Rich.
Price (1774-86), 312, 321, 350, 351,
357, 358, 362 [see Price]; from
B. Vaughan (1782-83) on peace
negotiations, 406-438 [see Peace];
and peace, 19. 153, 164, 165.

Shelby, Evan, letter to Gen. Russell
(1787) on Western affairs, 17. 459.

Sheldon, Benjamin, non-consump-
tion agreement (1786), 8. 497.

Sheldon, Daniel, letter to Adams
(1823) on France and Span. Am.,
15. 429.

Sheldon, George, acknowledgment
to, 6. 377 ; elected a member
M.H.S., 20. 395.

Sheldon, Thomas, killed at Cherry
Valley, 2. 450.

Shelter Island, Maverick's account
(1660), 1. 246; Sylvester estate
and rights, 4. 270 n., 278, 290;
climate, 274; Sylvester patent,
290.

Shelton, Thomas, system of short-
hand, 9. 275, 16. 475.

Shelton, William P., works on Boston
defences (1814), 14. 152.

Shenandoah Valley, Lincoln and
Jackson's campaign, 10. 440 ; char-
acter of population, 20. 552.

Shepard. See also Sheperd, Shep-
heard. Shepherd, Sheppard, Ship-
pard.

Shepard, Benjamin, non-consumption
agreement (1786), 8. 497.

Shepard, Rev. Jeremiah, and verses on
Hubbard's Narrative, 4. 199, 9. 441 ;
attestation in Quick's Young Mans
claim, 9. 528.

Shepard, Rev. Thomas [1], at Cam-
bridge, 2. 47; birthplace, 4. 12;
charges against Anne Hutchinson,
162-163; at her trial, 163, 164, 173,
180, 182, 183, 189; autobiog., 375;
letter to Gov. Winthrop, 5. 103-
104; character, 104; sermons,
105; caution to the Psalms versi-
fiers (1639), 244; and Harvard,
401, 412; and Natl. Eaton, 408;
Clear Sun-shine, reprints, extant ■



copies, price, 6. 347, 10. 336; Day-
Breaking ascribed to, 6. 394;
Church-Membership of Children, 9.
419; Two Questions, 512; and
framing of first Mass. code', 16.
279.

Shepard, Rev. Thomas [2], interleaved
almanac, 4. 300 n. ; letters, 5. 103 ;
death, 7. 169; press censor, 8. 272,
9. 425, 11. 243, 246, 247; preface
to Danforth's election sermon, 9.
429; Eye-Salve, 431; preface to
Oakes's election sermon, 433, 436;
Oakes's elegy on, 440; book
owned by, 12. 386; answer to
General Court (1676), 13. 369.

Shepard, Col. (Gen.) William, regt.
at Providence (1778), 6. 119; non-
consumption agreement (1786), 8.
496; at siege of Boston, 9. 54.

Shepard Historical Society, MSS.
possessed by, 4. 325.

Sheperd. See also Shepard.

Sheperd, Mrs., of (?) Braintree, death
(1709), 14. 26.

Shepheard. See also Shepard.

Shepheard, , of Mass., fined

(1631), 1. 369.

Shepheard, William, exile in Amster-
dam, 6. 60.

Shepherd. See also Shepard.

Shepherd, Forrest, geological trip in
Md. (1836), 7. 267-268.

Shepherd, Samuel, report on Wyo-
ming Massacre, 3. 346.

Shepherdson, , sea-captain ( 1 74 1 ) ,

9. 384.

Sheppard. See also Shepard.

Sheppard, , of Fayetteville

(1805), 2. 31.

Sheppard, John T., of Ala., 20. 518.

Sheppard, Thomas, expelled from
Pari., 3. 156, 158.

Sherburne, Captain, of Newport
(1760), 7. 345.

Sherburne, Henrj^ loyalty, 16. 178.

Shergole, , of Isle of Wight

(1695), 2. 180.

Sheridan, Gen. Philip H., on policy of
destruction, 19. 339; in final Peters-
burg campaign, 20. 94-97 ; in Appo-
mattox campaign, 101, 102, 105,
107, 108.

Sheriff, Capt. William, in Boston so-
ciety, 10. 70.

Sherlock, , of Baltimore (1804),

2. 14.

Sherman. See also Charman.

Sherman, Edward, exploded coat of
arms, 2. 251.



390



SHERMAN-SHIPS



Sherman, Rev. James, dismissed from
ministry, 1. 158.

Shennan, Jane (Wall), 2. 251.

Slierman, Rev. John, at Watertown,
2. 47 ; preface to Mitchel's election
sermon, 9. 429; to Oakes's election
sermon, 433; Almanac (1674), 434;
and verses in Hubbard's N'arra-
tive, 440, 441; preface to Oakes's
Soveraign Efficacy, 456; to Mather's
KoiJ.T]Toypa(pia, 458; press censor, 11.
243. 247 ; and Wenham-Chelmsford
matter (1655), 12. 323; death, 13.
410.

Sherman, John, of Eng., exploded
coat of arms, 2. 251.

Sherman, PliiUp, Apostle Eliot on,

18. 346.

Sherman, Roger, Signer, 1. 281, 3.
374; delegate to Cong. (1776), 373.

Sherman, Roger, loyalist refugee, 2.
235.

Sherman, Samuel [1], exploded coat
of arms, 2. 251.

Sherman, Samuel [2], exploded coat
of arms, 2. 251.

Sherman, William, killed by John
Brown, 1. 183, 14. 6 n. ; outrages
by, 1. 217, 219.

Sherman, Gen. William T., and burn-
ing of Columbia, 15. 264-276 ; anec-

- dotes concerning him and army, 16.
467; foragers, 468; and J. C.
Davis and Logan, 468; compara-
tive importance of Ga. and Carolina
marches, 19. 334-337; vandalism,
337-341 ; and Appomattox cam-
paign, 20. 100; staff (1863), 162 n.

Sherwill, Nicholas, settlement, 1. 234.

Sher\\dn, Daniel, in Am. army (1775),
12. 107.

Shiel, , and Sullivan and Burke

(1781), 1. 54.

Shields, Gen. James, senatorial elec-
tions, 13. 315.

Shilka, Miss, of Edinburgh (1830),

19. 473.

Shinplasters, of Young's Hotel, 4.

351.
Ship-building, in Conn. (1795), 3. 45.

See also Marine.
Shiple, James, and Shays's Rebellion,

1. 301.
Shipley, John [1], of Wenham, 12.

322; children, 322, 330.
Shipley, John [2], baptism (1648), 12.

322; birth, 330.
Shipley, Mrs. John, joins church in

Wenham (1648), 12. 322; children,

322, 330; church aid for, 337, 338.



Shipley, Lydia [Mrs. Perham], bap-
tism, 12. 322; birth, 330; church
membership and children, 338.

Shipley, Nathaniel, baptism, 12. 322;
birth, 330.

Shippard. See also Shepard.

Shippard, William, tide-surveyor
(1771), 2. 232.

Shippen, Edward, prothonotary
(1754), 7. 342.

Shippen, Elizabeth C. (Farley | Ban-
nister) [Mrs. Izard], 2. 13.

Shippen, Joseph (1754), 7. 342.

Shippen, Margaret, photog. of Andre's
sketch of, 10. 292.

Shippen, Dr. William [1], 7. 342.

Shippen, William [2], Commencement
part (1754), 7. 340.

Shipping. See Marine.

Ships, of East India Co. (1600), 5.
36; Brit, prize cases (1736-58),
86-101 ; registered at New Haven
(1698), 297; various Ohio River
steamers (1836), 7. 273, 278, 281,
285, 287, 289; various Am. priva-
teers (1776-79), 12. 198-200; of
Phips's Quebec expedition, 15. 306-
307; N. Y. packets (1770), 16. 224,
227; — French war-ship Achille
(1788), 16. 451; H. M. S. Active
(1774), 10. 84; ketch Adventure
(1686), 13. 267; ship Adventure
(1699), 5. 298, 9. 518; privateer
Adventure (1779), 14. 69; Adventure
(1781), 1. 62; Adventure built in
Oregon (1791), 7. 418; Claiborne's
Africa (1631), 3. 4; Allen (1649),
256; liner America (1853), 5. 343;
Ancient Wreck [see Wreck]; Angel
Gabriel (1635), 17. 77, 82-83; brig
Ann (1799), 2. 280 n.; Ann Cleeve
(1643), 18. 14 n.; Arbella (1630),
2. 221; H. M. S. Beaver (1770-72),
10. 19, 76; brig Betsey (1793), 2.
358; H. M.S. Boston (1770), 10. 76;
Am. frigate Boston (1778), 16. 293;
steamer British Queen (1840), 7. 35;
Caledonia (1699), 17. 67; Caroline
(1842), 9. 202; brig Cecilia (1846),
7. 321 ; H. M. S. Cerebus (1775), 10.
93; whaler Chagford (1767), 15;
Charles Bartlett (1849), 6. 199;
H. M. S. Charon (1781), 153; Chesa-
peake-Shannon fight, 1. 374-379,
16. 257; Columbia in Oregon, 7.
416-421; slaver Comet (1831), 15.
465; H. M. S. Conception (1692), 7.
162 ; Gosnold's bark Concord, 16.
247; U. S. S Concord (1832), -19.
489, 491, 495; Am. frigate Confed-



SHIPS



391



eracy (1779), 3. 126; lake galley
Congress (1776), 6. 85; Constella-
tion-Insurgent action, 19. 10, 18;
Constitution [see Constitution] ; ship
Courier (1846), 7. 321; privateer
Cromwell (1776), 1. 19; H. M. S.
Dartmouth {168Q), 13. 270; H. M. S.
Defence (1779), 3. 126; lake war-
brig Duke of Cumberland (1760), 4.
395, 5. 357, 363, 365, 388; H. M. S.
Falcon (1775), 10. 20; Fancy of
Martha's Vineyard (1779), 3. 86;
brig Finley (1829), 19. 441; brig
Fortune (1773), 10. 83; schooner
Four Friends (1760), 2. 229; Mass.
war-schooner Franklin (1775), 1.
17; Friendship (1686), 13. 254;
U. S. S. Frolic (1812), 16. 182;
privateer Gen. Arnold (1778), 10.
107, 393, 12. 199; Brit, transport
Gen. Eliott (IISQ), 3. 73; privateer
Gen. Stark (1778), 10. 107; H. M. S.
Gibraltar (1770), 76; Gift of God
(1607), 2. 243; blockade-runner
Gladiator (1881), 18. 140; H. M. S.
Glasgow (1773), 10. 57; Golden
Falcon (1657), 19. 292; Greyhound-
Fleury fight (1746), 10. 125; Grey-
hound (1778), 2. 238; privateer
Hannah (1775), 1. 18; brig Han-
nah and Mary (1694), 12. 244;
Harmony (1774), 10., 84; packet
Hazard (1714), 15. 338; yacht
Henrietta (1695), 2. 182; H. M. S.
Hermione (1785), 3. 67; Hobby-
horse (1651), 3. 6; Hornet- Penguin
fight, 2. 72; war-sloop Hunter
(1775), 285, 286; sloop Industrie
(1692), 12. 284; ship Industry
(1800), 251; H. M. S. Jamaica
(1766), 10. 45; U. S. S. James
Adger (1861), 18. 139-140; U. S. S.
Jamestown (1847), 6. 199; Joanna
(1686), 13. 276; U. S. S. John
Adams (1812), 16. 182, 19. 337;
bark Kazan (1842-45), 3. 248, 7.
320; H. M. S. Kingfisher (1686),
149; Larice (1649), 3. 256; priva-
teer Lee (1775), 1. 18, 21; packet
Leopard (1789), 16. 457; H. M. S.
Leopard (1807), 257; H. M. S.
Leslie (1779), 3. 87; schooner
Liberty (1781), 6. 156; radeau
Ligonier (1760), 4. 396, 5. 367,
368, 381; Lion (1632), 10. 262;
Little Charles, 14. 325; H. M. S.
Lively (1774), 10. 84; war-sloop
Lord Chatham (1771), 3. 388; Mass.
war-schooner Lynch (1775), 1. 17;
H. M. S. Macedonian (1812), 19.



369; brig Mars (1802), 18. 325;
sloop Mary (1689), 2. 479; yacht
Mary (1695), 180; ship Mary
(1714), 15. 329; bark Mary (1807),
12. 252 ; Popham's ship Mary and
John, 2. 243; royalist ship Mary of
Bristol (1641), 1. 241; Mayflower
[see Mayflower]; H. M. S. Mercury
(1776), 10. 93; H. M. S. Mermaid
(1768), 70; Mermaiden (1670), 19.
289; H. M. S. Milford (1776)
2. 303; Minerva (1774), 10. 85
U. S. S. Mississippi (1853), 2. 260
U. S. S. Monitor (1862), 10. 435
ordnance ship Nancy (1775), 1. 21
Confed. ship Nashville (1861), 18
139 n., 140; Nassau (1770), 10. 75
H. M. S. Nautilus (1775), 91; Nep-
tune (1799), 3. 28; galley Newport
(1694), 7. 168; H. M. S. Niger
(1765-76), 2. 300, 10. 61, 93;
H. M. S. Nonesuch (1692), 7. 161;
Northwest America (1788), 7. 418 n. ;
U. S. S. Oneida (1862), 2. 133;
Ophelia (1805), 19. 19; bark
Orono (1849), 7. 321; blockade-
runner Ovieto (1862), 2. 133; Hud-
son River steamer Paragon (1812)
19. 368; Parr (1785), 3. 82
brig Peace and Harmony (1778)
10. 106; H. M. S. Pearl (1780), 20
Pembroke (1804), 2. 10; H. M. S
Penelope (1790-93), 387, 10. 20
privateer Perscatua (1745), 11. 423
424; Perseverance (1799), 9. 280
Peter;io/(1847),7.321; Pi;o^l4.333
schooner Plattsburg (1818), 411
U. S. S. Plymouth (1853), 2. 260
whaler Polly (1770), 10. 15; liner
President (1840), 7. 35; H. M. S.
Preston (1774), 10. 87; Mass. war-
ship Protector, 20. 48; Queen of
England (1776), 10. 101; Am. war-
ship Queen of France (1779), 3. 128;
packet Rambler (1789), 16. 457;
Am. war-ship Ranger (1779), 3.
128; H. M. S. Renown (1776), 10.
100; Resolution (1686), 13. 231;
Restoration (1779), 3. 86; H. M. S.
Ripon (1769), 10. 72; bark Robert
(1686), 13. 258; H. M. S. Romilla
(1799). 9. 281; H. M. S. Romney
(1768-70), 3. 393 n., 10. 67, 70, 71,
76; Roscoe (1838), 213; H. M. S.
Rose (1683), 13. 292; (1770), 10.
76; bark Rover (1850), 7. 322;
H. M. S. Royal Oak (1781), 1. 62;
H. M. S. Salisbury (1770), 10. 76;
Sally (1829), 19. 441; Samson
(1793), 2. 349; Samuel and Henry



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(1693), 1. 340; Sancta Maria de la
Victoria (1522), 6. 331; U. S. S.
Saratoga (1853), 2. 260; H. M. S.
Scarborough (1747-76), 2. 301, 9.

15, 10. 87, 93, 16. 290; Sea Flower
(1741), 15. 255; H. M.S. Senegal
(1768-70), 10. 68, 71, 76; French
frigate Sensible (1778), 16. 293;
H. M. S. Sheerness (1728), 18. 240;
Six Friends (1690), 13. 334 ; H. M. S.
Somerset (1778), 10. 106; Sparrow-
Hawk, 4. 217 n.; Speedwell (1651),

3. 7; sloop Speedwell (1781), 6. 133;
privateer Spy (1775), 1. 19; Coiifed.
ship Sumter, 16. 467; Susan and
Ellen (1635), 3. 247; U. S. S. Sus-
quehanna (1853), 2. 258; H. M. S.
Syren (1777), 237; H. M. S. Tamar
(1773), 10. 27; schooner Three Sis-
ters (1781), 6. 133; Argall's ship
Treasurer, 1. 188; Trent [see Trent];
privateer Trumbull (1776), 1. 19;
Tryal (1694), 7. 166; Union (1860),

4. 34; sloop Victory (1781), 6. 134;
French war-ship Ville de Paris
(1782), 3. 130; H. M. S. Viper
(1768), 10. 70, 72; Popham's pin-
nace Virginia, 2. 243; H. M. S.
Vixen (1799), 3. 71; Am. war-
ship Warren (1779), 128, 10. 107;
H. M. S. Warwick (1747), 9. 15;
sloop Washington (1787). 7. 416,
417; yacht Will and Mary (1695),
2. 182; brig William (1793), 374;
privateer Yankee Hero (1776), 1.
21, 2. 303. See also Marine.

Shirley, , arrested (1778), 10. 105.

Shirley, Frances (Baker), mourning

ring, 9. 27.
Shirley, Harriet [Mrs. Temple], 10. 33.
Shirley, John, deposition on Canada

expedition (1747), 12. 46; career,

16. 72-77; autog., 72.

Shirley, Gov. William, proclamation
on excise stamps, 1. 70; letters in
Parkman MSS., 4. 46; appoint-
ment, 9. 388; administration, 389
at Louisburg (1745), 11. 441-443
papers in suit against Waldo, 12
45-50 ; Iroquois expedition, 13. 386
Niagara campaign, 16. 73-76; Pel-
ham's mezzotint, 18. 238.

Shirley, Mass., Shays's insurgents, 1.
299; com. on grievances, 301;
population (1790), 4. 136; formed
out of Groton, 140; troops at
(1776), 6. 80.

Shirley, privateer (1749), 5. 92.

Sliirley Hundreds, Va. (1781), 6. 145.

Shirt. See Shurt.



Shirvin, Colonel, S. C. planter (1805),

2. 28.
Shiuri, Perry at, 2. 259.
Shoemaker, Elijah, killed at Wyo-
ming (1778), 3. 345.
Shoemaker, Jacob, Quaker, 20. 278.
Sholes, John, works on Boston de-
fences (1814), 14. 152.
Shore, Seth, graduates (1687), 17.

58.
Shores, Capt. (?) Jonathan, casliiered

(1760), 4. 397, 5. 367.
Short. See also Shurt.
Short, William, at Span. Court, 5. 18.
Shorter Catechism (1698), 9. 515;

(1691), 17. 39.
Shorthand, old systems, 7. 158 n., 9.

193, 275, 432, 15. 20, 514-521, 19.

415; rare works on, 16. 475-476.
Shortridge, , drowned (1691), 7.

158.
Shreve, Col. Israel, commands Ft.

SulUvan, 2. 472.
Shreve, John, narrative of Sullivan's

expedition, 2. 439.
Shrewsbury, Charles Talbot, 1st duke

of, and appointment of Pitman, 2.

179.
Shrimpton, Mrs., of Boston, death

(1675), 13. 349.
Shrimpton, Elizabeth [Mrs. Sergeant],

2. 126, 128.
Shrimpton, Samuel, death, 1. 152,

12. 284; Boston estate, 2. 123;

Conn, land (1686), 5. 294-295;

ship-owner, 7. 146, 167; and An-

dros (1689), 9. 478; port., 11. 333;

on trade com. (1686), 13. 248;

Merrimac grant, 255; record of

war com. (1690), 334; Narrative

of Proceedings, 17. 19; papers on

case (1686), 19. 38-50; letter (1686)

on Haskett case, 50.
Shuldham, Molyneux, baron, admiral,

at Boston (1776), 10. 93.
Shuman, Abraham, and Franklin

Fund, 12. 28; gift to M.H.S., 17.

230.
Shurt, Abraham, in N. Eng. (1655),

5. 263.
Shurt, George, of Eng., will (1655),

5. 263.
Shurtleff, Anna (Thomas), exile in

Amsterdam (1617), 6. 60.
Shurtleff, Charles, exile in Amster-
dam (1617). 6. 60.
Shuttles, Nathaniel Bradstreet,

edits early records of Mass., 1.

397; in M.H.S. group pictures

(1869), 3. vii; (1858), 6. 77; in



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M.H.S., 5. 123; on first funeral
prayer in Boston, 331; reprinted
M.H.S. paper, 6. 241; Librarian
M.H.S., 8. 343.

Shurtleff, Roswell, at Harvard Com-
mencement (1839), 5. 227, 228.

Shurtleff, William Steele, elected
a member M.H.S. ,6. 175; accepts,
285; M.H.S. tributes to, 10. 442-
443,447-450; in M.H.S., 442, 447;
as judge, 448-450. 11. 234; Me-
moir by G. S. Merriam, 234-236;
PORT., 234; birth, ancestry, edu-
cation, 234; law practice, 234; in
Civil War, 234; public interests,
235; literary expression, 235;
marriage, 235; residence, 235;
appearance, 235; character, 236;
death, 236.

Shute, Rev. Daniel, tutor, 3. 98;
election sermon (1768), 10. 26; at
ordination of Henry Ware, 16. 337;
biog. note, 337 n.



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