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Shute, Ca-pt. Michael, in Phips's
Quebec expedition, 15. 307.

-Shute, Gov. Samuel, view dedicated
to, 1. 249; corresp. in Parkman
MSS., 4. 46; appointment, 192,
192 n. ; and govt, of Harvard, 5.
411; and Elisha Cooke (1720), 6.
389-390; at funeral of Sewall's
wife (1717), 8. 217; grievances
against Mass., 9. 339, 344; and
Colman, 345; and Paul Dudley,
16. 33 n.

Shute, Samuel M., journal of Sulli-
van's expedition, 2. 440.

Sias (Scias) Ca-pt. Benjamin, at Ben-
nington, 10. 502.

Siasconset, Nantucket, in 1801, 4.
132.

Sibley, Charlotte A. L. (Cook), 2.
169, 198; gifts to M.H.S., 3. 276,
282, 11. 67-68, 334, 15. 46, 19. 168;
view of home, 5. 451 ; will, bequests
to M.H.S., 16. 20-23; career, 21,
127. See also Charlotte A. L. Sibley
Fund.

Sibley, John, immigrant, 2. 487.

Sibley, John Langdon, port, and
AUTOG., 2. front.; M.H.S. tributes
to, vii, 154-155; Sketches of
Harvard Graduates, 68, 155, 391,
503-505; death, 154; as hist,
student, 154; and Harvard, 154;
endowments of Phillips Exeter,
155, 496-502; will, 168-170; re-
port on bequest to M.H.S., 228;
Memoir by A. P. Peabody, 487-
507; significance of surname, 487;



family arms, 487; ancestry, 487;
birth and name, 488 ; early educa-
tion, 488; at Exeter, 489 ; at Har-
vard, 489-490 ; music teacher, 490 ;
monitorships, 490; Asst. Librarian,
490; in Divinity School, 490;
pastorate, 490-491; magazine en-
terprise, 491; Librarian of Har-
vard College, 492-493; editing of
Triennial Cat., 493; and of Annual
Cat., 494; pamphlet on cats., 494;
annual Harvard necrology, 495;
frugality, 495; aid to students, 495;
marriage, 498; gifts to other in-
stitutions, 502; History of Union,
502; failing eyesight, 503; de-
cline and death, 505; character,
505-506; home-Hfe, 506; personal
habits, 507; in M.H.S. and other
societies, 507; — in M.H.S. group
picture (1869), 3. vii; port, pre-
sented, 282, 19. 168; ed.of "Father
Abbey's Will," 4. 70 n. ; reprinted
M.H.S. paper, 6. 241; books and
MSS. from Ubrary of, 11. 67-68;
book-plate for them, 68; bequest
becomes available, 16. 20-23, 127;
cabinet for papers, 20. 245. See
also John L. Sibley Fund.

Sibley, Jonathan, port., 2. 169;
career, 487; character, 488; poli-
tics, 488; and son's education,
488; name associated mth Sibley
Book Fund, 496; and Charity
Fund, 497; self-sacrifice, 502.

Sibley, Persis (Morse), port., 2. 169;
birth and death, 487 ; character, 488.

Sibley, Richard, 2. 487.

Sibley, Timothy, non-consumption
agreement (1786), 8. 497.

Sibley, William C, 2. 488.

Sibley Book Fund, 2. 496.

Sibley Charity Fund, establishment,
2. 496-501; size (1886), 501;
Sibley's speech on it, 502.

Sibley Papers, acquired, 11. 67-68;
cabinet for, 20. 245.

Sicily, Carthaginian campaign (480
B.C.), 17. 397; travel through
(1829), 19. 450-453.

Sidney, Algernon, and origin of Mass.
motto, 2. 39-41.

Sidney, Algernon, pseudonym for
Spencer Roane, 14. 327 n.; for
B. W. Leigh, 344 n.

Sidney, Henry. See Romney.

Sidonians, migrations, 12. 108.

Siemen, Paul, 2. 13.

Sigourney, , at Newburyport

(1788), 16. 403.



394



SILK-SLAFTER



Silk, manufacture in Nantucket, 3. 8.

Sill, Cupt. David Fithian, at siege of
Boston, 9. 66.

Silliman, Benjamin D., letter from
Adams (1839), 15. 470.

Sillovvay, Thomas W., gift to M.H.S.,
20. 229.

Silly. See Cilley.

Silsbee, Mary A. C. (Devereux), poem
(1848), for Class of 1798, 5. 257.

Silsbee, Nathaniel [1], presidential
elector, 1. 366.

Silsbee, Nathaniel [2], 5. 257.

Silsbee, Rev. William, Divinity School
part (1836), 19. 363.

Simkins, Christopher, exile in Am-
sterdam, 6. 60.

Simmons. See also Simon, Simons,
Symonds.

Sunmons, Rev. George F., Commence-
ment part (1832), 5. 208; biog.
notes, 208 n., 15. 217 n.; Master's
oration (1835), 5. 215; Story's
letter introducing, 15. 217; ordi-
nation, 19. 388.

Simmons, Roger, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 180.

Simmons, WiUiam H., Commence-
ment part (1831) and biog. note,
5. 206, 206 n. ; Master's oration
(1834), 214.

Simms. See also Symmes.

Simms, , justice of peace (1686),

13. 259.

Simms, William Gilmore, Union army
and Ubrary of, 15. 276-277.

Simon. See also Simmons.

Simon, Ann, exile in Amsterdam
(1606), 6. 60.

Simon, John, exile in Amsterdam
(1606), 6. 60.

Simons. See also Simmons.

Simons, Major, customs official at
Philadelphia (1801), 20. 273.

Simons, Comfort, exile in Amsterdam
(1621), 6. 60.

Simons, Keating L., Charleston law-
yer, 2. 25.

Simons, Mrs. Persisto, exile in Am-
sterdam (1621), 6. 60.

Simony, crime and penalty, 8. 507,

514-517.
Simpkins. See. also Simkins.
Simpkins, Caroline, gift to M.H.S.,

2. 105.
Simpson. See also Simson.
Simpson, Edward, briefs in prize cases

(1743-52), 5. 87-100.
Simpson, John, petition as constable
(1686), 13. 252.



Simpson, John, absentee loyalist, 10.

164; confiscated Boston estate,

182.
Simpson, Rev. John, leaves Notting-
ham, Eng. (1777), 3. 15.
Simpson, Jonathan, absentee loy-
alist, 10. 164; confiscated Boston

estate, 182; in Bristol, Eng. (1780),

421.
Simpson, Joseph, death (1709), 14.

26.
Sims. See Symmes.
Simsbury, Conn., inn (1779), 2. 478;

in 1777, 6. 89; encroachment on

Mass. (1686),_13._272.
Simson, W., exile in Amsterdam, 6.

60.
Singer, Rose [Mrs. Butterfield], 17.

177.
Singleton, Mary [Mrs. Cuslmaan], 17.

173.
Sinking Fund of M.H.S., account

(1885), 2. 78; (1886), 402; (1887),

3. 290.
Sir Francis Drake Bay, Drake's land-
fall, 3. 260.
Sistine Chapel, mass in, 19. 449.
Sitgreaves, ,in Pa. politics (1802),

20. 278.
Sitting Bull, autog., 1. 32.
Sitton, Christopher, at Ft. Dummer

(1724), 6. 366.
Six Friends, and Phips's expedition,

13. 334, 335, 15. 306.
Skelton, Rev. Samuel, at Salem, 10.

108; papers on estate, 109-114.
Skene, Major Philip, in campaign of

1760, 4. 392, 393, 403, 5. 355.
Skenesborough, N. Y. (1776), 6. 83.
Skicowaros, Indian, kidnapped, 2.

36-37.
Skimmer, John. See Skinner.
Skinner (Skimmer), John, sea-cap-
tain, 10. 78; killed (1778), 105.
Skinner, Gen. John, embarkation at

Charleston (1782), 3. 95.
Skinner, Thomas H., at Harvard

Commencement (1840), 5. 231.
Skipwith, Fulwar, letter from Am.

commissioners (1797) on trade

affairs, 15. 89.
Skraellings, race, 5. 338.
Slack, , innkeeper at Pawtucket

(1795), 3. 41.
Slack, Benjamin, and R. I. boundary

dispute (1732), 19.' 29.
Slade, Daniel D., gift to M.H.S., 4.

109.
Slade, M., exile in Amsterdam, 6. 60.
Slafter, Edmund Farwell [Cotnmu-



SLAFTER-SLAYMAKER



395



nications follow], presents gifts of
others, 1. 131, 13. 129; list of pub-
lications (1886-1906), 3. 280, 4.
106, 348, 5. 440, 6. 405, 7. 369, 9.
24, 10. 121-122, 555, 11. 319, 12.
176, 13. 66, 14. 129, 15. 30, 16. 130,
17. 214, 18. 269, 19. 206, 20. 208;
on Library Com. (1890), 5. 347;
report, 452; remarks, 423, 6. 21,
7. 317, 8. 56, 209, 274, 9. 158, 11.
233, 238, 336, 385, 12. 29, 73, 154,
195, 252, 292, 311, 424, 13. 62, 124,
424, 456, 14. 103, 176, 296, 424,
15. 323, 16. 150, 17. 116, 141, 18.
263, 333, 400, 19. 167, 199; re-
printed M.H.S. papers, 6. 242;
elected to M.H.S. Council (1894,
'95), 9. 39, 10. 137; on Nominat-
ing Com. (1896), 442; report, 572;
on com. on pub. of papers of Con-
tinental Congress, 442; presents
report of Council (1896), 552;
moves votes, 12. 260, 17. 75; mo-
tion on proposed memorial eds.
of Bradford and Winthrop, 12.
342; presents old play-bill, 19.
200; M.H.S. tributes to, 20. 421,
425; in M.H.S., 421, 425, 593;
career, 426; bequeaths port., 20.
534; Memoir communicated by
Wm. Lawrence, 591-596; port.
and AUTOG., 591; birth and an-
cestry, 591; education, 591-592;
honorary degrees, 592; teacher,
592; rector, 592; other clerical
offices, 592; and Diocesan Library,
593 ; hist, work and societies, 593-
594; marriage, 594; bequests, 594 ;
character, 595; death, 596.

Communications : Memoir of
C. W. TuTTLE, 1. 406-412; Me-
moir OF W. S. Bartlet, 2. 430-
434; Royal memorials in colo-
nies, 4. 239-264; on Chas. Deane,
5. 134-135; Memoir of F. E.
Oliver, 8. 474-485; letter of Rev.
Wm. Clark, 12. 153; on Saml.
EHot, 312-314; on J. C. Ropes, 13.
222; on Coast Survey maps, 448;
suggestion on memoirs, 14. 149;
on E. A. Park, 194; Coat armor,
427-434; this paper criticized, 15.
163-164; on R. N. Toppan, 109-
111; on W. S. Appleton, 17. 241-
245; Landing of Hessians, 18.
243-250; Book of Sports, 19.
86-95.

Slafter, John [1], immigrant, 20. 591.

Slafter, John [2], at Norwich, Vt.,

. 20. 591.



Slafter, Mary A. (Hazen), 20. 594.

Slafter, Mary A. (Johnson), 20.
591.

Slafter, Samuel, 20. 591.

Slafter, Sylvester, career, 20. 591.

Slave-trade, foreign, at Charleston
(1805), 2. 25; "Amis des Noirs,"
310 n.; Necker on abolition, 311;
domestic, Deane's Mass. and Slave
Trade, 3. 279; Mass. bill of sale
(1769), 321; (1747), 6. 250; foreign,
of Bristol, R. L (1801), 4. 125;
Mass. and early, 7. 78 ; Webster on
Creole case, 14. 410-411; contro-
versies with Eng. (1837), 15. 464;
J. Q. Adams on, 467; extent of
African, 17. 7; and peace negotia-
tions (1782), 417; Brit, regulation
(1788), 508; docs, on domestic,
20.409,512-521. 5ee aZso Slavery.

Slavery. — See also analyzed references
under Abolitionism Antislavery,
Emancipation, Fugitive, Kansas,
Kansas-Nebraska, Missouri Com-
promise, Negroes, Santo Domingo,
Slave-trade, Slaves. — Mass. and,
before 1780, 1. 339, 7. 77-78; Jon.
Mason on (1804), 2. 18, 19, 24, 25;
and French Declaration of Rights,
310,318; "Amis des Noirs," 310;
agitation (1844-60), 325-328;
Border States and Civil War, 332 ;
attitude of Mass. Whigs, 4. 30, 11.
280; Madison's views (1832), 4.
306; positive good (1836), 7.
291; Indian, in Span. Am., 8.
38, 45-47; plan of compensated
emancipation (1844), 10. 515;
Choate's views, 11. 145; and
Cuba (1825), 12. 360, 365; Indian,
after Iving PhiUp's War, 403;
influence of John Brown on de-
struction, 14. 2-13; Southern
recognition of irrepressible conflict,
12; J. Q. Adams and emancipa-
tion through martial law, 15. 436-
478 [see Adams] ; and nationalism,
17. 108; effect on negro, 19. 95;
value to Southern fighting force,
318; Crevecoeur on, 20. 81.

Slaves, in Groton, Mass. (1755), 4.
137 ; members of First Church in
Cambridge, 5. 407; in provincial
Boston, 10. 58; captured in Va.
campaign (1781), 19. 131. See
also Slavery.

Slavonians, migrations, 12. 109.

Slawbunck, 9. 46.

Slaymak'er, A., acknowledgment to,
4. 249 n.



396



SLAYTON-SMITH



Slayton, Thomas, of Brookfield, 7.
388.

Sleigh. See also Sley, Sly.

Sleigh, Edmund, exploded coat of
arms, 2. 255.

Sley, Margaret [Mrs. Johnson], exile
in Amsterdam (1601), 6. 60.

Sheer, Rev. Henry, on Graves-Cilley
duel, 12. 290.

Shdell, John, port., 10. 125; Fed.
measure to capture, 18. 139 n.
See also Trent affair.

Slocum, Edward, captured at Quebec,
2. 295.

Slocum, Jonathan, killed at Wyo-
ming (1778), 3. 345.

Sloter Dam, N. J. (1778), 6. Ill

Sloughter, Gov. Henry, news of death,
7. 157.

Sly, Jacob, death at Wyoming, 3.
346.

Smalbroke, Richard, briefs in prize
cases (1749-52), 5. 92, 94, 98.

Small, Captain, in Phips's Quebec ex-
pedition, 15. 306.

Small, Lieutenant, muster-master
(1760), 4. 396.

Small, John, at funeral of Ed. Wins-
low, 3. 93.

Smallpox, epidemics in Boston (1702)
1. 155-156; (1769-76), 10. 59, 101
(1676-79), 13. 357, 402, 406, 407
(1764) and inoculation, 389-392,
16. 109 n.; (1752), 107; at Que-
bec (1776), inoculation, 2. 296; in
provincial army (1760), 4. 390,
393, 394, 396, 398, 403, 404, 5.
357, 379, 381-383, 386, 388; deaths
at Chariestown (1677-78), 7. 168-
171; Thacher's Brief Rule (1677),
9. 439; treatment in Am. army
(1776), 10. 497-499; at Piscataqua
(1685), 13. 410; Boylston and in-
oculation, 19. 426.

Smart, Alexander, deposition on
Phips's expedition, 15. 301.

Smart, Rev. Peter, conviction and
indemnity, 10. 304, 306.

Smart, Thomas, fined for duelling
(1718), 16. 49.

Smead, David, non-consumption
agreement (1786), 8. 497.

Smethers. See Smothers.

Smethurst. »See Smothers.

Smibert, John, probable ports, of Wm.
Dudley and wife, 2. 197; port, of
Sewall, 15. 324, 16. 126; of Mrs.
Mary A. Jones, 20. 409-410.

Smillie, James, engraving by, 10. 570.

Smith. See also Smyth.



of Boston (1729), 18.
-, sea-captain (1770),



Smith, —

242.
Smith,

10. 75.
Smith, — — , commissary at Cherry

Valley, 2. 447, 449.
Smith, , and Priestley (1800), 3.

32.
Smith, Miss, of Newburyport, J. Q.

Adams on (1788), 16. 378, 379;

mentioned in Adams's diary, 383,

385, 401, 424.
Smith, Mistress, exile in Amsterdam,

6. 60.
Smith, Mrs., innkeeper near Cape

Fear River (1805), 2. 21, 34.
Smith, Mrs., innkeeper at Greenville,

S. C. (1805), 2. 31.
Smith, Captain, at Louisburg (1745),

11. 444.

Smith, Doctor, of Newburyport, men-
tioned in J. Q. Adams's diary
(1788), 16. 376, 378, 383, 394, 401,
417.

Smith, Ensign, at siege of Boston, 9.
81.

Smith, Lieutenant, in Va. campaign
(1781), 6. 145, 147; at siege of
Yorktown, 156.

Smith, Lieut.-Colonel, in Am. army
(1781), 6. 130.

Smith, Abigail [Mrs. Adams], 19.
386.

Smith, Abigail (Adams), 16. 329 n.

Smith, Adam, Shelburne on, 17.
359; Rich. Price on, 377.

Smith, Ann (Pynchon), 1. 136.

Smith, Anna, exile in Amsterdam
(1610), 6. 60.

Smith, Anna (Colman), 6. 51.

Smith, Anna (Crackstone), Pilgrim
at Leyden, 17. 175.

Smith, Aubrey H., on Henry's Nar-
rative, 2. 266.

Smith, Bartholomew, Pilgrim at
Leyden, 17. 180.

Smith, Benjamin, sea-captain (1777),
2. 237.

Smith, Buckingham, assistance to
Parkman, 4. 45.

Smith, Charles, Olmstead affair, 20.
320.

Smith, Charles Card [Communica-
tions follow], motions and announce-
ments as Treasurer M.H.S., 1. 77,
252, 2. 4, 170, 265, 3. 96, 277-278,
4. 54, 219, 236, 5. 115, 6. 198. 7. 10,
8. 56, 305, 9. 96, 241-242, 10. 299,
363, 11. 237-238, 268, 12. 1, 74.
425, 13. 310, 14. 163-164, 255, 303,



SMITH



397



304, 15. 264, 16. 477, 18. 252, 297,
19. 273, 20. 245; annual reports as
Treasurer (1884-1906), 1. 173, 2.
72, 396, 3. 284, 4. 110, 351, 5. 440,
6. 406, 7. 374, 8. 186, 9. 29, 10. 126,
557, 11. 319, 12. 176, 13. 67, 14.
130, 15. 30, 16. 130, 17. 215, 18.
271, 19. 206, 20. 209; elected
Treasurer (1884-1906), 1. 180, 2.
79, 404, 3. 298, 4. 119, 366, 5. 456,
6. 420, 7. 383, 8. 201, 9. 39, 10. 137,
572, 11. 335, 12. 190, 13. 80, 14.
146, 15. 51, 16. 148, 17. 233, 18.
289, 19. 226, 20. 232; authorized to
represent M.H.S. abroad, 1. 222;
moves votes of thanks, 374, 11.
335; motion on pub. cat. of Cabi-
net, 2. 4; gifts to M.H.S., 395, 3.
282, 283, 321, 4. 350, 5. 451, 11.
333, 16. 146; in M.H.S. group pic-
ture (1869), 3. vii; presents commu-
nications of other members, 97, 277,

6. 457, 6. 78, 160, 259, 340, 7. 400,
8. 235, 291, 9. 40, 10. 472, 11. 179,
233, 12. 2, 13. 445, 14. 296, 16. 23,
186, 534, 17. 449, 18. 243, 348, 447,
19. 37, 107, 201, 20. 5, 257, 474,
556, 559; and editing of Winthrop
Papers, 3. 202, 4. 336, 7. 460, 464;
presents gifts of others, 3. 254,
10. 472; on com. on binding Win-
throp MSS., 4. 65; on special com.
on Library (1889), 366; report,
382-383; on com. to pub. Proceed-
ings (1889-1906), 5. 115, 6. 1, 421,

7. 399, 8. 202, 9. 40, 10. 139, 11. 67,
367, 12. 196, 13. 142, 14. 163, 15.
69, 16. 151, 17. 235, 18. 297, 19.
273, 20. 245 ; appointed responsible
editor of publications, 5. 153; on
com. on Belknap Papers, 5. 347;
report, 6. 249; remarks, 21, 8. 20,
151, 235, 265, 9. 95, 11. 74, 120,
238, 449, 12. 252, 351, 13. 62, 121,
142, 197, 14. 104, 360, 15. 24, 323,
479, 16. 125, 150, 18. 85, 263, 19.
227, 20. 586, 590; M.H.S. circular
letter (1890), 6. 214; reprinted
M.H.S. papers, 242-243; on com.
to pub. Belcher Papers, 8. 52; re-
port, 202; new ed. of account of
M.H.S., 473; on com. to pub. Bow-
doin Papers, 518, 11. 287, 20. 201 ;
and permission to increase M.H.S.
membership (1877), 10. 319; on
com. to pub. Pepperrell Papers, 12.
9; on com. on memorial ed. of
Bradford and Winthrop, 172, 261 ;
on com. to pub. Jefferson Papers,
13. 142; on House Com. (1899,



1905, '06), 165, 19. 273, 20. 245;
on com. to pub. Trumbull Papers,
15. 25; on com. to pub. cat. of
Waterston Library, 17. 235; on
com. to pub. Chamberlain's " Chel-
sea," 18. 62 ; signs memorials on
Constitution, 121, 20. 5, 86; publi-
cation (1903), 18. 270; on com. to
pub. Heath Papers, 297.

Cojnmunications : on Geo. Dex-
ter, 1. 12; on Price's view of
Boston, 249; Memoir of Geo.
Dexter, 327-334; extracts from
diary of John Pierce, 3. 40-52, 5.
167-262, 9. 109-143, 10. 392-403,
19. 356-389, 423-440; Memoir of
J. J. Babson, 3. 138-143; report of
Col. Quary, 4. 147-155; on Chas.
Deane, 5. 139-141; on Tammany
Soc. and Columbus tercentenary,
285 ; on Cabot mappe-monde, 6. 305-
306; Memoir of Thos. Aspinwall,
7.32-38; on R. C. Winthrop, 9.
218-221; letters of Isaac Watts,
337-410; letters of Mehetabel
Higginson, 10. 455-462 ; on author
of Beacon Hill Monument inscrip-
tions, 11. 18; letter of Bowdoin,
177; on sale of Tremont Street
property, 237-239, 268; on homes
of M.H.S., 308-312; on services
of Arthur Lord and E. L. Pierce,
335 ; letter from London merchants
(1766), 446-448; on memoir of R.
C. Winthrop, 12. 2; on Justin
Winsor, 40-43; Memoir of J. A.
Lowell, 113-129; on MSS. and
publications of M.H.S., 161; Me-
moir of C. H. Hill, 13. 130-141;
on binding of Winthrop Papers,
310-311; letters from Jefferson
Papers, 311-312; letters of Lord
Clarendon, 454-456; on Story-
Papers, 14. 256; letters from Story-
Papers, 320-360, 398-424, 15. 201-
224; on S. F. McCleary, 75-78; on
G. B. Chase, 16. 235-237; letters
of Rich. Lechmere, 284-290; letters
of Benj. Vaughan, 17. 406-438;
Memoir of W. S. Appleton, 516-
531; on E. J. Young, 20. 422-424.

Smith, Daniel, of Charlestown (1691),
7. 157.

Smith, Dorcas, Pilgrim at Levden,
17. 180.

Smith, Capt. Ebenezer (or John
Kilby), in Am. army (1779), 6. 12&-
128.

Smith, Edgar F., at Franklin bicen-
tenary, 20. 246.



398



SMITH



Smith, Edward, purchases confiscated
Boston estate, 10. 166.

Smith, EUsha, of Eng. (1662), 1. 136.

Smith, Elizabeth, of Eng. (1662), 1.
136.

Smith, Elizabeth [Mrs. Shaw], 16.
296 n. ; father's sermon on mar-
riage of, 19. 386.

Smith, EUzabeth [b. 1770], of Boston,
16. 340, 431, 445; biog. note, 340 n.

Smith, Elizabeth, on Aaron Burr, 20.
301.

Smith, Ehzabeth, orientalist, Mrs.
Anne Grant on (1827), 18. 315 n.

Smith, Elizabeth (Carlisle), Pilgrim
at Leyden, 17. 180.

Smith, Elizabeth (Murray | Camp-
bell), courtsliip and marriage to
Ralph Inman, 10. 40.

Smith, Elizabeth (Storer), 16. 334 n.

Smith, Lieut.-Col. Francis, wounded
at Lexington, 5. 396.

Smith, Sergeant Gad (or Theodore),
at Cherry Valley, 2. 455.

Smith, Gerrit, letter from Adams
(18.39), 15. 469.

Smith, Goldwin, on Union as com-
pact, 16. 151, 17. 106; transferred
to honorary membership, 18. 454;
corresp. with D. H. Chamberlain
on conception of Union, 20. 480,
484-^89.

Smith, H. Wright, engraving of John
Cotton, 8. 196.

Smith, Hannah (Carter), 16. 317 n.,
326.

Smith, Rev. Henry, of Hannay, Eng.
(1633), 8. 514.

Smith, Rev. Henry, at Wethersfield
(1650), 2. 49.

Smith, Henry, of Eng. (1662), 1. 136.

Smith, Rev. Hezekiah, biog. note, 16.
303 n. ; as preacher, 348.

Smith, Horace J., letter (1901) on
Boydell's engraving of Penn's
Indian treaty, 15. 365; gift to
M.H.S., 16. 146.

Smith, Hugh, claim in Mich., 20. 288.

Smith, Deacon Isaac [1], and aid for
S. C. sufferers (1781), 9. 170; on
com. on Massacre, 10. 74;. on mer-
chants' com. (1770), 76; illness
(1787), 16. 307, 310; death, 334;
biog. note, 334 n.

Smith, Rev. Isaac [2], at Harvard
Commencements (1817-21), 5. 183,
185, 187, 188 ; biog. note, 16. 305 n. ;
mentioned in J. Q. Adams's diary,
305, 410; letter introducing, to
Rich. Price, 17. 293.



Smith, Jacob, exile in Amsterdam
(1597), 6. 64.

Smith, Gen. Jacob H., method of war-
fare, 19. 340 n.

Smith, James, Atherton Co., 2. 151,
152.

Smith, James [d. 1769], estate in
Milton, Mass., 3. 208, 10. 40.

Smith, James, and vote on Independ-
ence, 1. 275; Signer, 282.

Smith, Capt. John, on abandonment
of Popham Colony, 2. 248; monu-
ment in St. Sepulchre, 4. 13; mu-
tilation of copies of wprks by, 14;
on Indian hemp, 6. 35; on toma-
hawks, 37 ; Generall Historie, copies
of 1634 ed., 340; eds. and varieties,
9. 188-191; copy of 1st ed. with
MS. letter, 12. 158-159; facsim. of
letter, 158; Advertisements for the
unexperienced Planters, reprints, 6.
346 ; extant copies, 10. 329 ; Descrip-
tion of New England, reprints, 6.
348 ; rarity, 9. 183 ; extant copy, 12.
161 ; Chas. Deane's interest in, 7. 58,
67; controversy over Pocahontas
story, 59-61 ; Deane's ed. of works,
61; rarity of New Englands Tricds,
9. 183; extant copy of True Rela-
tion, 12. 160; extant copy olMapp
of Virginia, 160.

Smith, John, and Worcester (1686),
13. 283.

Smith, John, at funeral of Mary Ger-
rish (1710), 14. 39.

Smith, John, in London (1737), 9.
355.

Smith, John, of Norwich, at Am.
camp (1775), 9. 55, 56.

Smith, John, Fed. marshal in Pa.
(1808), 20. 311.

Smith, John, works on Boston de-
fences (1814), 14. 152.

Smith, Capt. John Ivilby. See Smith
(Ebenezer).

Smith, Jonathan, of Groton, on Indian
scout (1748), 6. 431.

Smith, Jonathan, pamphlet on
Shays's RebeUion, 19. 276; elected
a member M.H.S., 20. 5.34; ac-
knowledgment, 550.

Smith, Joseph, and admiralty mar-
shalship in Mass. (1686), 13. 268.

Smith, Capt. Joseph, in campaign of
1760, 5. 354.

Smith, Joseph, Mormon leader, plan
for compensated emancipation, 10.
515; influence of dreams on, 15. 85.

Smith, Joshua, scholar at Townsend
(1772), 4. 386.



SMITH



399



Smith, Joshua, and Arnold's treason,

7. 451, 452.
Smith, Luke, Concord minuteman,

10. 193.
Smith, Martha, of Eng. (1662), 1.

136.
Smith, Mary, g. d. of Wm. Pynclion

(1662), 1. 132.
Smith, Mary, cousin of Saml. Crane

(1669), 1. 137.
Smith, Mary [Mrs. Cranch], 16. 307 n.,

19 386
Smith, Mary [Mrs. Otis], 16. 310 n.
Smith, Mary [Mrs. Swain], 7. 171.
Smith, Matthew, in Arnold's Quebec

expedition, 2. 271, 276, 277, 282,

283; in assault on Quebec, 292.
Smith, Merriwether, on com. on

finance (1781), 1. 60; and Va.

Assembly (1787), 17. 457.
Smith, Nathan, of Shirley, and

Shays's Rebellion, 1. 304.
Smith, Dr. Nathan, of Hanover, N. H.,

reputation, 4. 320.
Smith, Nathaniel, of Groton, on Indian

scout (1748), 6. 431; at Louisburg

(1745), 11. 444.
Smith, Oliver H., "messmates"

(1841), 6. 73.
Smith, Pascall, at Boston dinner

(1776), 10. 103.
Smith, Rebecca, of Eng. (1662), 1.

136.
Smith, Major Richard [1], and Narra-

gansett Country, 2. 151, 152, 9. 471,

472; letter to Winthrop (1664), 5.

292; justice of peace (1686), 13.

235; and Huguenot settlers, 280.
Smith, Richard [2], Atherton Co., 2.

151, 152.
Smith, Capt. Richard, of Brit, navy,

in Boston society (1768), 10. 70.
Smith, Richard, absentee loyalist,

10. 164.
Smith, Sec. Robert, and Jefferson

(1806), 20. 282; and Truxton, 292;

and Wm. Duane, 334 ; and Gallatin,

337, 338.
Smith, Rosamond L., port, of Water-

ston, 16. 145.
Smith, Rose G. [Mrs. Forbes], 6. 198.
Smith, Miss S., of Sandwich (1787),

16. 337.
Smith, Major Samuel, at Providence

Island (1666), 13. 8._
Smith, Samuel, printing of History

of N. J., 16. 198, 199, 201.
Smith, Senator Samuel, and tariff

(1832), 19. 523; and Jefferson

(1806), 20. 282; and Truxton,



292; and Wm. Duane, 334; and

Gallatin, 338.
Smith, Samuel H., and public print-
ing (1801), 20. 258.
Smith, Seth, of Conn., at siege of

Boston, 9. 66.
Smith, Seth, Jr. , Mass. non-consiunp-

tion agreement (1786), 8. 497.
Smith, Sidney Ij., engravings by, 16.

145, 19. 273, 295, 20. 228, 422.
Smith, Susan A., Dunster Papers

owned by, 10. 303.
Smith, Sergeant Theodore. See Smith

(Gad).
Smith, Theodore Clarke, elected a

member M.H.S., 19. 169.
Smith, Sir Thomas, letter to Corpora-
tion of Plymouth (1609) on aiding

Va., 2. 244-246; autog., 246.
Smith, Thomas, Pilgrim at Leyden,

17. 175, 183.
Smith, Thomas, grant of Bahamas

(1650), 13. 5; career, 52-53; and

Bahama refugees (1686), 258.
Smith, Thomas, letter to Stephen

Higginson (1787) asking help in

slave-hunting, 8. 175.
Smith, Thomas C, subscription to

Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342.
Smith, Thomas C. H., and F. E.

Parker, 3. 248; Commencement

part (1841), 5. 232.
Smith, Toulmin, as authority on Eng.

parish, 7. 222-225, 252-254.
Smith, Walter, exile in Amsterdam

(1610), 6. 60.
Smith, William, death in Va. (1636),

3. 5.



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