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10. 39, 103; and tea question, 80;
characterized, 12. 141, 16. 92.

Barber, Thomas, killed in Kansas,
1. 217.

Barber, William, exile in Amsterdam,
6. 49.

Barbour, John S., and Jackson (1832),
14. 350; and tariff (1832), 19. 523.

Barbour, Philip P., and Va. judge-
ship (1822), 14. 402.

Barclay. See also Barkley.

Barclay, Reverend, preaches for
Mather (1676), 13. 370, 371.

Barclay, David, Jr., letter on De-
claratory Act (1766), 11. 446.

Barclay, Rev. Henry (1754), 7. 339.



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BARCLAY-BARNAVE



Barclay, Thomas, boundary commis-
sioner (1796), 3. 350, 361,379.

Barefoot, Edward, of Eng., 19. 294.

Barefoot, Sarah [Mrs. Wiggin], 19.
289.

Barefoot, Dr. Walter, justice of peace
(1686), 13. 231; and N. H. records,
264; paper on, 19. 288-294; and
Dr. Greenland, 289, 294; convicted
of assault, 291; immigration, 291;
physician, 292; Maine lands, 292;
ancestry, 294.

Barge, , of Chelmsford (1666), 12.

336.

Barger, Captain, in Phips's Quebec
expedition, 15. 307.

Baring, Alexander. See Ashburton.

Baring, George, 3. 401 n.

Baring, Mary [Lady Temple], 3.
401 n.

Baring. Bros., Span, ignorance of
(1868), 16. 475.

Barker, , tavern-keeper at New-
castle, Me. (1776), 2. 304.

Barker, Mrs., of Roxbury, Apostle
Eliot on, 18. 344.

Barker, Reverend, scaffold speech
(1637), 13. 127.

Barker, Benjamin, of Eng. (1665),
1. 138.

Barker, Caroline T. [Mrs. Winsor],
12. 470.

Barker, Sergeant David, death at
Louisburg (1745), 11. 441.

Barker, Elizabeth [Mrs. Winslow],

17. 176.

Barker, James Madison, elected a
member M.H.S., 10. 540; on W. A.
Field, 13. 166-171; on H. W. Taft,

18. 390; Memoir of P. A. Chad-
bourne, 448-453; M.H.S. tributes
to, 19. 307-311; birth, 307; in

M.H.S., 307-308; and gift of Taft
collection of autogs., 308; char-
acter, 309; offices, 310; as judge,
310; and public affairs, 311; me-
moir assigned to John Noble, 311;
Memoir of H. W. Taft, 390-
• 393.

Barker, Dr. Joshua, elected to (P 5
A' (1787), 16. 313 ; biog. note,
313 n.

Barker, Josiah, of Nantucket (1801),
4. 130.

Barker, Nathaniel, Harvard A. M.
(1846), 5. 250.

Barker, Philip, recruit (1760), 6.
427.

Barker, Thomas, certificate of church
membership (1678), 11. 226.



Barker, William R.,at Cabot celebra-
tion, 12. 7.
Barker house, Pembroke, 14. 296.
Barkley, Capt. Alexander, in Boston

society, 10. 76, 93.
Barksdale, , journey on Ohio

River (1836), 7. 290.
Barlee, John, letter to L. Moncke

(1607) on captured Indians, 2. 38.
Barlow, David, of Fairfield, 6. 397.
Barlow, David H., Commencement

part (1824), 5. 192 n.; biog. notes,

192 n., 9. 120 n.; 0BK poem

(1825), 120.
Barlow, Francis C, college rank,

20. 150.
Barlow, Joel, Rich. Price and Colum-

biad, 17. 339-341; goes abroad

(1788), 499.
Barlow, Samuel L. M. See Aspin-

wall-Barlow Library.
Barnaby, Rev. Andrew, on bundling,

6. 504.
Barnard. See also Barnerd, Bernard.
Barnard, Edward E., and Jupiter's

fifth satellite, 8. 1-3.
Barnard, Emily T. [Mrs. McCleary],

15. 263.

Barnard, James M., gift to M.H.S.,

16. 145, and Emancipation Con-
cert, 20. 248.

Barnard, John, certificate of church
membership (1678), 11. 226; book
owned by, 17. 61 ; Some Few Re-
marks, 27-28.

Barnard, Rev. John [H. C. 1700],
note-book of sermons and medita-
tions, 11. 71-74; career, 72; can-
didate at Groton, 73; version of
Psalms, 73.

Barnard, Gen. John G., report on
Butler, 19. 352.

Barnard, Jonathan, letter on De-
claratory Act (1766), 11. 446-
448.

Barnard, Cor-porar Richard, in Am.
Rev., 6. 102.

Barnard, Capt. (?) Selah, in campaign
of 1760, 5. 369.

Barnard, Capt. Thomas, in Phips's
Quebec expedition, 15. 300.

Barnard, Rev. Thomas [H. C. 1679],
witchcraft petition, 1. 111.

Barnard, Rev. Thomas [H. C. 1766],
as preacher, 16. 418; biog. note,
418 n.

Barnard Capen house, Dorchester,
14. 289.

Barnave, Antoine P., on declaration
of rights and slavery, 2. 310.



BARNEBY-BARROW



33



Barneby, , of Head of Elk (1781),

6. 132.

Barnerd, Rev. Thomas, agreement
with new London (1685), 5. 294.

Barnes. See also Barns.

Barnes, , of Trenton (1781), 6.

132.

Barnes, Ensign, of Brookfield (1762),

7. 386.

Barnes, Aaron, of Brookfield (1762),
7. 386, 396.

Barnes, Capt. Daniel, in army at
Providence (1779), 6. 122.

Barnes, David L., 16. 438; exhibi-
tion part (1780), 18. 222.

Barnes, Henry, in Bristol, Eng.
(1780), 10. 421.

Barnes, J. B., works on Boston de-
fences (1814), 14. 152.

Barnes, John, of Marlborough (c.
1690), 4. 300.

Barnes, John, letter from Jefferson
(1818), 13. 312.

Barnes, Miriam, death (1762), 7. 384.

Barnes, Moses, of Brookfield (1762),
7. 387.

Barnes, Nathaniel, books owned by,
9. 425, 429, 433, 440, 443; toll-
master (1686), 13. 235; ordered
to deliver books, 257.

Barney, , of Norwich, at Am.

camp (1775), 9. 87, 88, 90.

Barney, Hiram, on Diary of a Public
Man, 10. 488-490.

Barney, Joshua, at Cape Frangais
(1793), 2. 349.

Barnicoat, William, works on Boston
defences (1814), 14. 151.

Barns, Edward, non-consumption
agreement (1786), 8. 497.

Barnstable, Mass., Maverick on
(1660), 1.243; in 1650,2. 48.

Barnum, Rev. Caleb, preaches at Am.
camp (1775), 9. 52, oo; biog. note,
52 n.

Barnwell, Robert W., Commence-
ment part (1821), 5. 188; biog.
note, 188 n.

Barras, Comte Louis de, in Am. Rev.,
4. 40.

Barrat. See Barrett.

Barre, Col. Isaac on pari, right to
tax colonies, 11. 298; port, for
Boston, 14. 44 n. ; mentioned in
Price letters, 17. 310.

Barren, Miss, of Boston (1787), 16.
333.

Barren, Joseph, gift to M.H.S. (1791),
7. 416 n.; Oregon fur-trade ven-
ture, 416, 418, 421; papers, 417 n.;



on com. on memorial to Gage
(1775), 10. 91; at Boston dinner
(1776), 103; purchases confiscated
estate, 183 ; Somerville estate and
house, 549-552.
Barren, Walter, Inspector-General,

3. 385.

Barret, Dorothy [Mrs. Newman], 6.

57.
Barrett, , of Boston, and aid for

Nova Scotian churches (1770),

4. 72.

Barrett, Bartholomew, exile in Am-
sterdam (1599), 6. 63.

Barrett, Mrs. Frances, 12. 336.

Barrett, John, of Marlborough
(c. 1690), 4. 300.

Barrett, John, Commencement part
(1818) and biog. note, 5. 184 n.

Barrett, Joseph, joins Chelmsford
church (1675), 12. 338.

Barrett, Mary, witness (1789), 19.
181.

Barrett, Mary (Jones), 8. 23.

Barrett, Mehitable, baptism (1665),
12. 336.

Barrett, Nathaniel, Admiralty suit
(1776), 10. 102.

Barrett, Polly [Mrs. Hubbard, Mrs.
Nutting], 8. 23.

Barrett, Rebecca, baptism (1675),
12. 338.

Barrett, Samuel, commissioner on
loyalists' estates, 1. 315; confer-
ence on Port Bill, 10. 85; debate
on Com. of Corresp. (1774), 86;
characterized, 12. 140; candidacy
for register (1791), 14. 72, 74 n.

Barrett, Samuel, Harvard D.D.
(1847), 5. 253.

Barrett, Thomas, of Chelmsford
(1661), 12. 333, 335; child, 336.

Barrett, Deacon Thomas, of Concord,
8. 23.

Barrington, John, viscount, on John
Boydell, 16. 48.

Barrington, Capt. Thomas, in Phips's
Quebec expedition, 15. 307.

Barrington, N. S., Congregational
Church (1770), 4. 69.

Barron, Oliver, graduates, 16. 440.

Barron, Stephen, at siege of Louis-
burg (1745), 11. 428, 432, 437,
441.

Barron, Capt. William, in campaign
of 1760, 4. 390, 398.

Barrow, Mrs. Ellen, Pilgrim at Ley-
den, 17. 180.

Barrow, Joan (Barrow), Pilgrim at
Leyden, 17. 177. '



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BARROW-BARTON



Barrow, Margaret [Mrs. Wilkins], 17.
180.

Barrow, Zechariah, Pilgrim at Ley-
den, 17. 177.

Barrowe, Henry, and Congregation-
alism, 6. 42.

Barry, Anna, 2. 11, 16.

Barry, Garret R., letter on Perry's
Japan" expedition, 2. 258-261.

Barry, Major Henry, at Newport
(1777), 2. 238.

Barry, James, of Washington (1804),

2. 16.

Barry, John, papers, 18. 336.

Barry, John Stetson, wrong tabula-
tion of Continental army, 2. 206;
accepts spurious Montcalm letters,

3. 202; and finding of Bradford
MS., 7. 53.

Barry, Mary, 2. 16.

Barry, William,- death announced,
1. 374, 2. 67; on Gottingen (1828),
34-35.

Barry, William T., as public man, 7.
288.

Barter, grain rates in Mass. (1686),
13. 281.

Barthlet, Captain, at Boston dinner
(1776), 10. 103.

Bartholomew, Henry, on com. on
war expenses (1676), 12. 402.

Bartholomew, William, petition
(1637), 3. 199.

Bartlet. See also Barthlet, Bartlett.

Bartlet, Elizabeth P. (Somerby), 2.
434.

Bartlet, Hannah M. (Stevens), 2. 434.

Bartlet, William [1], 2. 430.

Bartlet, William [2], 2. 430.

Bartlet, William Stoodley, death an-
nounced, 1. 168; Memoir by E. F.
Slafter, 2. 430-434; birth and
death, 430; parents, 430; business,
430; as churchman, 430; takes
orders, 430; parishes, 430-431;
writings, 431-433; Registrar of
Diocese of Mass., 433; relig. con-
servatism, 434; social life, 434;
honorary degree, 434; in M.H.S.,
434; marriages, 434; in M.H.S.
group picture (1869), 3. vii.

Bartlett. See also Barthlet, Bartlet.

Bartlett, Aaron, of Brookfield (1762),
7. 398.

Bartlett, Adoniram, of Brookfield
(1762), 7. .389, 398.

Bartlett, Bailey, mentioned in J. Q.
Adams's diary (1787-88), 16. 296,
302, 333, 406; biog. note, 302 n.

Bartlett, Mrs. Bailey, 16. 442.



Bartlett, Catherine [Mrs. Walker], 6.

449, 468.
Bartlett, Elizabeth [Mrs. Wadsworth],

3. 401 71.
Bartlett, Job, and R. I. boundary

dispute (1731), 19. 26, 27.
Bartlett, John Russell, M.H.S. trib-
ute to, 3. 1 ; ed. of letters of Roger
Williams, 254; and Chas. Deane,
7. 83.
Bartlett, Joseph, of Brookfield (1762),

7. 389.
Bartlett, Joseph [H. C. 1782], as young

lawyer, 16. 442.
Bartlett, Joshua, of Brookfield (1762),

7. 397.
Bartlett, Josiah, Signer, 1. 281.
Bartlett, Josiah, on Charlestown, 6.

223, 18. 328; reprint of pamphlet,

6. 345; at bicentenary of N. Eng.

Confed., 19. 361.
Bartlett, Louise C. [Mrs. Palfrey], 7.

44.
Bartlett, Nathaniel, of Brookfield

(1762), 7. 388, 396.
Bartlett, Mrs. Nelson S. (Bullock), 3.

338.
Bartlett, Obadiah, of Brookfield

(1762), 7. 385.
Bartlett, Robert, Master's oration

(1839), 5. 227; biog. note, 227 n.
Bartlett, Samuel, 3. 401.
Bartlett, Sidney, education, 5. 425;

biog. note, 7. 44 ; as leader of bar,

14. 158; Friday Club, 473; in

Mass. Conven. (1853), 18. 34.
Bartlett, Silvanus, sailing orders to

T. Cotton (1760), 2. 229; biog.

note, 230 n.
Bartlett, Thomas, of Brookfield

(1762), 7. 399.
Bartlett, Thomas, subscription for

M.H.S. building, 3. 291.
Bartlett, William, suit, 16. 324; biog.

note, 324 n.
Bartlett, Gen. William F., company

enlistment list, 1. 250; Palfrey's

memoir, 7. 42; engraving of

statue, 19. 224.
Bartol, Rev. Cyrus A., B K prayer

(1848), 9. 143; at Plymouth an-
niversary (1845), 10. 395 n.
Bartol, Mrs. George M. (Washburn),

17. 512.
Bartolo, , of Palermo (1829), 19.

451.
Barton, Doctor, in Phips's Quebec

expedition, 15. 308.
Barton, Edmund M., Asst. Librarian

of Antiquarian Soc, 1. 403.



BARTON-BAXTER



35



Barton, William, journal of Sullivan's

expedition, 2. 436.
Bascom, Robert O., error on battle of

Lake George, 18. 323.
Basley' Thomas, death, 14. 27.
Basques, pre-Cabot voyages to Am.,

11. 10&-157.

Bass. See also Basse.

Bass, Alexander, bill of sale of slave,

20. 515.
Bass, David, disciplined by church

(1724, '28), 6. 487.
Bass, Rev. Edward, relig. controversy,

8. 92; as preacher, 16. 350; biog.

note, 350 n.; mentioned, 360, 401.
Bass, Mrs. Edward, 16. 427.
Bass, Henry, characterized (1775),

12, 142.

Bass, Henry, Detroit bank (1806),

20. 293, 521.
Bass, Joseph, death of child (1702),

14. 21.
Bass, Mrs. Joseph, death, 14. 25.
Bass, Deacon Samuel, of Braintree,

6. 483.
Bass, Samuel, death of children

(1700, '08), 14. 19, 25.
Bass Cove. See Beverly, Mass.
Basse, Philip, prize case (1752), 5. 98.
Basset, Major, of Braintree, at siege

of Boston, 7. 406.
Bassett, Cicely (Light), Pilgrim at

Leyden, 17. 181.
Bassett, Mrs. Elizabeth, Pilgrim at

Leyden, 17. 181.
Bassett, Margaret (Oldham), Pilgrim

at Leyden, 17. 172.
Bassett, Rev. Nathan, sermon on

death of, 9. 370.
Bassett, William, Pilgrim at Leyden,

17. 172.
Bast wick, Dr. John, ears cropped, 3.

189; conviction and indemnity,

10. 303, 306.
Batchelder, John M., port, and

statue of Webster owned by, 2.

263, 264.
Batchelder, Samuel, hist, work, 5. 391.
Batcheler, Joseph [1], of Wenham

(1647), 12. 322.
Batcheler, Joseph [2], baptized, 12.

322.
Batchellor, Joseph, of Brookfield

(1762), 7. 398.
Batchelor, Christopher, patent, 1.

232.
Batchelor, in Phips's Quebec expedi-
tion, 15. 306, 307.
Bate, Clement, drowned (1706), 14.

24.



Bateman. See also Batman.

Bateman, Dickey, Windsor chairs,
1. 147-148.

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

Bates, David, Commencement part
(1807) and biog. note, 5. 171,
171 n.

Bates, Elizabeth, exile in Amster-
dam, 6. 49.

Bates, Frederick, and Mich, affairs
(1806), 20. 288.

Bates, John, of Chelmsford, age
(1657), 12. 329.

Bates, Rev. Joshua, and Washington
Monument, 2. 141; Master's ora-
tion (1803), 5. 169; biog. note,
169 n. ; at Harvard Commence-
ments (1815-38), 181, 207, 221,
224; resemblance to Cheves, 19.
376; at jubilee of Dr. Snell, 440.

Bates, Joshua, in London (1830), 19.
460.

Bates, Martin, works on Boston de-
fences (1814), 14. 151.^

Bates, Moses, Jr., in Mass. Conven.
(1853), 18. 34.

Bates, Samuel A., on site of Braintree
iron works, 8. 12 n.

Bates, W. F., photog. by, 6. 416.

Bates, William, letter on Mass.
charter (1691), 13. 129.

Batman, John, captured (1758), 6.
33.

Batt, , of London (1805), 3.

70.

Batt, Paul, sea-captain, wrecked, 14.
22.

Battel, James, soldier, reprieved
(1778), 6. 119.

Battel, John, soldier, reprieved
(1778), 6. 119.

Batter, Edmund, loyal petition
(1666), 6. 471.

Battle-flags, Sumner's resolution, 20.
547.

Baudouin. See also Bowdoin.

Baudouin, Pierre, immigrant, 5. 12 n.

Baum, Col. Friedrich, Bennington,
10. 503.

Baury de Bellrive, , and out-
break of Haitian revolt, 2. 320
n.-321 n.

Baxter, George, and L. L settlements
6. 12, 12 n.

Baxter, Capt. J., at Martha's Vine-
yard (1779), 3. 87.

Baxter, James Phinney, on Cabot,
12. 8; elected a corresp. member
M.H.S., 20. 534; accepts, 550.



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36



BAXTER-BEAUREGARD



Baxter, Rev. Joseph, 1. 164 ; notes of
Cambridge sermons (1689-90), 6.
165; biog. note, 165; and Groton
church controversy (1712), 13.
299-301; ordained (1697), 14. 31.
Baxter, Mary, death, 1. 164, 14. 27.
Baxter, Richard, Ehot's Indian transl.

of Call to Unconverted, 9. 475.
Baxter, Rufus, works on Boston de-
fences (1814), 14. 151.
Baxter, Samuel, death of child (1704),

14. 22.
Baxter, Mrs. Samuel, death, 14. 27.
Baxter, Rev. Stephen, at Western, 3.
51; biog. note, 51 n.; graduates,
16. 440.
Baij Psalm Book, ed. of 1647, 12. 383.
Bayard. See also Byard.
Bayard, Nicholas, reversal of sentence
against, 1. 92; respite for, urged
by Conn. Council (1702), 5. 300.
Bayard, Thomas F., on royal arms
in Del., 4. 249 n.; and return of
Bradford MS., 11. 315, 367.
Bayard, William, and appointments
to Canada (1784), 3. 79; in Boston
society, 10. 41.
Bayley. See also Bailey, Baylie.
Bayley, James, sea-captain (1686),

13. 254.
Bayley, James, death (1707), 1. 158;
broadside containing poem to
(1706), 6. 172-173.
Bayley, Kiah, letter from Adams

(1837), 15. 465.
Bayley, Sarah, suit, 16. 320.
Baylie, Robert, exile in Amsterdam,

6. 49.
Baylies, Francis, on Panama Mission,
1. 25; and campaign of 1840, 15.
279.
Baylies, Nicholas, non-consumption

agreement (1786), 8. 497.
Baylies, William, and beginning of
M.H.S., 6. 278; senior member
M.H.S., 9. 93.

Baynham, (1800), 3. 32.

Bazardjik, capture (1810), 10. 381-

382.
Beach. See also Beech.
Beach, Captain, of Morristown (1781),

6. 159.
Beach, Beriah, of Fort Washington

garrison (1776), 4. 296.
Beach, Mrs. Beriah (or Noah), makes

cartridges, 4. 295, 296.
Beach, Noah, of Fort Washington

garrison (1776), 4. 296.
Beacham, John, exile in Amsterdam
(1608), 6. 49.



Beacham, Susanna (Sanders), exile in

Amsterdam (1608), 6. 49.
Beacon, Reverend, at Brookfield

(1762), 7. 397.
Beacon, Joseph, vision, 20. 444.
Beacon, Mary [Mrs. Brown], 7. 396.
Beacon Hill Monument, engraving,

5. 451; authorship of inscriptions,
11. 18.

Beadle, Ansell L., murdered, 2. 149.
Beadle, Elizabeth, murdered, 2. 149.
Beadle, Lydia, murdered, 2. 149.
Beadle, Lydia (Lothrop), murdered,

2. 147; inscription on grave, 149.
Beadle, Mary, murdered, 2. 149.
Beadle, William, data on murder of

family and suicide, 2. 147-149;

burial, 149; inscription on grave

of family, 149.
Beal. See also Beale.
Beal, Corporal, in Am. army (1779),

6. 129.

Beal, Nathaniel, death, 14. 26.

Beal, Zacheus, non-consumption
agreement (1786), 8. 497.

Beale, Capt. Benjamin, 16. 307.

Beale, Benjamin [H. C. 1787], 16.
437, 438; J. Q. Adams's characteri-
zation, 437 n.

Beale, Charles C, gift to M.H.S., 16.
475.

Beale, John, disciplined by church
(1735), 6. 490.

Beals, Caleb, juror (1789), 19. 180.

Beaman, Charles C, and return of
Bradford MS., 15. 80.

Beaman, Thomas, of Marlborough,
4. 300.

Beame, Rev. Samuel C, and centen-
nial of his meeting-house, 16. 291-
292.

Bear-baiting, forbidden by Book of
Sports, 19. 91.

Beard, Alanson W., appointed col-
lector at Boston, 11. 361.

Beardsley, Eben Edwards, death
announced, 7. 295.

Beattie, Amelia L. [Mrs. Cobb], 7.
321.

Beattie, William, 7. 321.

Beatty, Erkuries, journal of Sullivan's
expedition, 2. 437.

Beauclair, , letters to Levis, 4. 98.

Beaufort, Colonel, in Carolina cam-
paign (1780), 6. 437.

Beaumont, Sir John, verses on Black-
friars tragedy, 5. 436-437.

Beauregard, Pierre G. T., and burning
of Columbia, 15. 267; foils Butler
at Petersburg, 19. 345, 351.



BEAUSEJOUR-BELCHER



37



Beausejour, Fort, journal of caTpture
(1755), 4. 98.

Beauveau, Prince de, letters from
Levis, 4. 96.

Beaver, Brit, war-ship (1772), 10. 19;
(1770), 76.

Beawes, Wyndham, Lex Mercatoria,
3. 392 n.

Beck, Phillips, Commencement
spread (1845), 5. 248.

Becket, Mass., origin of name, 5. 166.

Beckford, Ebenezer H., Commence-
ment part (1805), 5. 170; biog.
note, 170 n.

Beckley, John, and printing patron-
age, 20. 258.

Beckwith, , clerk of Conn. reg. at

siege of Boston, 9. 63, 71, 72, 83;
sick, 90.

Beckwith, Carroll, port, of Geo.
Livermore, 19. 224.

Beckwith, Samuel, of N. S., appeal
for aid of church, 4. 69.

Bedel. See Beedle.

Bedford, Augustus, gift to M.H.S.,
12. 189.

Bedford, Gertrude Russell, duchess
of, character (1786), 17. 358.

Bedford, Jenny (Parker), letter to
Franklin (1773) on father's debt,
16. 228.

Bedford, Lucy Russell, countess of,
as patron of letters, 11. 70.

Bedford, Mass., flag at Concord fight,
2. 165-167, 199-200; photog. of
fiag, 166.

Bedford, N. Y., revolt to Conn. (1697),
5. 296; Am. troops at (1777), 6.
91; (1779), 129.

Bedgood, Jefferey, subscribes to Mer-
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 207.

Bedgood, Roger, prize case (1752),
5. 100.

Bedlock. See Bidlack.

Beech. See also Beach.

Beech, Zerah, signs Wyoming capitu-
lation (1778), 3. 342.

Beecher, Henry Ward, on "Jesus,
lover of my soul," 17. 131; hymn
book, 136.

Beecher, Lyman, anecdote of G. T.
Bigelow and, 5. 461.

Beecher, Capt. William, at Messina,
7. 322.^

Beede, Thomas, at class reunion
(1848), 5. 255-258.

Beedle Col. (? Timothy Bedel), re-
ported capture (1778), 3, 122.

Beeke, William, letter to Winthrop
(1647) on iron works, 8. 16.



Beers, Jabez, killed at Wyoming
(1778), 3. 345.

Beers, Mrs. Richard, death, 1. 158,
14. 24.

Beginning, in Phips's Quebec expe-
dition, 15. 306.

Behaim, Martin, and discovery of
America, 5. 284.

Behn, F. W. (? T. M.), consul at
Messina (1850), 7. 322.

Belamy. See also Bellamy.

Belamy, Charles, works on Boston
defences (1814), 14. 152; charac-
terized, 153.

Belcher, Captain, at Am. camp
(1775), 9. 64.

Belcher, Deacon, of Preston, at Am.
camp (1775), 9. 48.

Belcher, Andrew [1], autog., 8. 282;
students' pranks against (1666),
11. 204.

Belcher, Andrew [2], dines with Bel-
lomont, 2. 126; and appointment
of Burgess, 4. 192 n., 193; com-
ment on Leisler trial, 7. 157; book
owned by (168?), 9. 452; trade pe-
titions (1686), 13. 267, 268; and
Council's assumption of control
(1715), 15. 343-351.

Belcher, Andrew [H. C. 1724], autog.,
16. 58 ; career, 58-68.

Belcher, Andrew, in Boston society
(1767), 10. 32.

Belcher, Elizabeth (Teale), 16. 68;
petition (1782), 68 n.

Belcher, Gov. Jonathan [1], and relief
for witchcraft sufferers, 1. 97, 116;
on George II., 231 ; ports., 4. 109, 7.
373; and lieut. -governorship (1716),
4. 193; admitted to First Church of
Cambridge, 5. 406; and speaker-
ship contest (1720), 6. 389; at
Princeton Commencement (1754),

7. 340 ; and Winthrop vs. Lechmere,

8. 129-135; letter to Wm. Brattle
(1748) on removal from Mass.
govt., office in N. J., 9. 11-17;
Isaac Watts on, 331, 337, 347,
350, 353, 382, 388, 390, 404, 12.
149; and Whitefield, 10. 428; at
Addington's funeral, 12. 233;
dinner at proclaiming of George
I., 15. 332; and attack on
Council (1715), 350; on extrava-
gance of son, 16. 26 n., 63; and
Paul Dudley, 29 n., 33, 34; and
John Boydell, 49-51; on his son
Andrew, 58-65, 67 n. ; after dismis-
sal, 64 n.; letter to Wm. Bradford
(1754) on King's Printer, 191; and



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Merchants' Notes of 1733, 17. 191,
197, 200, 201. See also Belcher
Papers.

Belcher, Jonatlian [2], churchman, 9.
353; at the Temple, 16. 26 n., 63.

Belcher, Rev. Joseph, Worst Enemy
conquered, 9. 515; Faithful Ad-
vice from several Ministers, 526;
preface to Warning to the Flocks,
17. 29; and Copy of an Excellent
Letter, 18. 468, 469.

Belcher, Joseph, of Braintree, ex-
communicated (1677), 6. 482;
death of child (1701), 14. 20.

Belcher, Mrs. Mary L. E., will, 16.
69 n.

Belcher, Moses, Jr., of Braintree
(1735), 6. 488, 490.

Belcher, Nathan, death (1699), 14. 19.

Belcher, Sarah, death (1717), 8. 216.

Belcher Papers, com. to pub., 8. 52;
fund for pub., 188, 9. 30; cost
of pub., 8. 192, 9. 35, 10. 134;
second vol. authorized, 8. 202; first
vol. pub., 252 ; scope of second vol.,
9. 11.

Belchertown, tavern (1812), 19. 367.

Belden (Belding), , innkeeper at

Norwalk (1754), 7. 339.

Belden, Lieut. David, letter from Al-
pha Thorpe (1812), 18. 325.

Belden, Steven, Indian trader (1728),
6. 378.

Belfast, G. E. Ellis on (1838), 10.
218

Belknap, Elizabeth, gift to M.H.S.,

13. 328.

Belknap, Jeremiah, subscribes to
Merchants' Notes (1733), 17. 207.

Belknap, Jeremy, objections to
Portsmouth's covenant of non-
importation (1774), 2. 484-486;
on Wm. Morrell, 4. 74; papers pre-
sented, 206-207 ; troubles at Dover,
206; hist, method, 5. 265; and ter-
centenary of discovery of Am., 283-
284, 18. 327; American Apollo, 6.
203 ; circular letters on M. H. S., 21 1-
212; reprinted M.H.S. paper, 223;
and origin of M.H.S., 269, 276-
278; memoir, 7. 121; memoir of
John Clarke, 122; use of Ham-
mond's diary, 144; and Beacon
Hill Monument inscriptions, 11.
19 ; on S. F. B. Morse as baby, 284 ;
and diaries of Increase Mather, 13.
338, 397; on Boston fire (1787),

14. 65 n. ; examination for min-
istry, 18. 202. See also Belknap
Papers.



Belknap, Sarah, descent, 9. 478.
Belknap Papers, com. to pub., 5. 347;

cost of pub., 445, 6. 411; fund

for pub., 5. 448, 6. 196, 414, 7. 10;

contents, 6. 249; published, 350,

403; fly-leaf, 8. 252.

Bell, , of Va. (1765), 19. 108.

Bell, , auctioneer (1770), 16.

221.
Bell, Captain, ship captured (1779),

3. 87.

Bell, Charles Henry, mistake on
vacating of John Wheelwright's
benefice, 8. 373, 505-517; death
announced, 395.

Bell, Clark, gift to M.H.S., 14. 144.

Bell, Daniel, juror (1789), 19. 180.

Bell, Capt. Frederick Mordaunt, killed
at Freeman's Farm, 3. 106.

Bell, John, commission (1745), 11.
420.

Bell, John, of Tenn., engraving of
Everett and, 10. 125; and Graves-
Cilley duel, 12. 291.

Bell, Joseph M., and Choate, 11. 143.

Bell, Luther V, in M.H.S. group
picture (1858), 6. 78.

Bell, Shubael, revives Ancient and
Honorable Artillery, 1. 251.

Bell, (?) Susanna (Hinds), of Brook-
field (1762), 7. 397.

Bell, William, works on Boston de-
fences (1814), 14. 152.

Bell, William, Jr., works on Boston
defences (1814), 14. 151.

Bellamy. See also Belamy.

Bellamy, John, London bookseller
(1634), 9. 470.

Bellamy, Rev. Joseph, letter from
Jon. Edwards (1746), 15. 12.

Belle-Isle, Charles L. A. de Fouquet,
due de, letters from Levis, 4. 96.

Belle-Isle, Strait of, early French
fishing-station, 8. 71.



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