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2. 20, 32, 33.

Stark, Major Caleb, 16. 333; biog.
note, 333 n.

Stark, Ge7i. John, at Albany (1778),
2.446,447; Bennington, 3. 104,
10. 502-506; joins Gates, 3. 105.

Stark, Sarah (McKinstry), 16. 333 n.

Stark, Col. William, and spies (1778),

3. 121.

Starre, Mrs., of Charlestown, death

(1678), 7. 170.
Start, Aaron, killed at Wyoming

(1778), 3. 345.
State House Commission, proposed

Adams Memorial, 18. 1, 192.
State sovereignty. See Union.
Staten Island, night attack on (1777),

1. 49.
StatesbuTg, S. C, in 1805, 2. 30, 34.
States. See Union, and States by

name.
States General, Jefferson on (1789),

17. 372-374.
Staughton, Rev. William, as preacher,

19. 373, 384.
Staunton, Captain, guest of Old

Colony Club, 3. 392.
Staveley, Margaret, exile in Amster-
dam, 6. 61.
Stavely, Robert, exile in Amsterdam,

6. 61.
Stay and tender laws, movement for

(1787), 17. 456.
Steakles, Mrs., on Delaware River,

N. J. (1781), 6. 158.
Steam, and nationalism, 17. 114.
Steamers, Brit, and Am. Steam Nav.

Co., 7. 35; Ohio River travel

(1836), 273-294; description of

river boat, 289; freight charges,

290; Paragon, river boat (1812),

19. 368. See also Marine.



STEARNS-STETSON



407



Stearns, Benjamin, at Louisburg

(1745), 11. 443.
Stearns, Charles, of Lincoln, Harvard

D.D. (1810), 5. 175.
Stearns, Charles, of Springfield, Mass.,
journey on Ohio River (1836), 7.
276-286.
Stearns, Eben S., Commencement
part (1841), 5. 232; biog. note,
232 n.
Stearns, Jonathan F., Commence-
ment part (1830), 5. 203; biog.
note, 203 n., 232.
Stearns, Samuel, sons at Harvard, 5.

203, 232.
Stearns, Samuel H., Commencement
part (1823), 5. 190; biog. note,
190 n., 232 ; Master's oration (1826),
195.
Stearns, William Augustus, Com-
mencement part (1827), 5. 196;
biog. notes, 196 n., 9. 129 n.;
brothers at Harvard, 5. 232; B K
prayer (1839), 9. 129.
Stebbens, Asahel, Indian trader

(1728), 6. 378.
Stebbins, John, petition (1661), 5.

290; deposition (1662), 291.
Stebbins, Nathaniel L., photogs. by,

16. 146.
Stebbins, Solomon B., gift to M.H.S.,
3. 282.

Stedefant (? Sturtevant), , Rox-

bury carpenter (1775), 9. 45.
Stedman, Almy (Ellery), 16. 457 n.
Stedman, John, deed from Cooke

(1665), 8. 281.
Stedman, William, biog. note, 16.
299 n., 457 ra. ; mentioned in J. Q.
Adams's diary (1787-88), 299, 300,
309, 321, 322, 342, 409, 413; in
Parsons's law office, 300; practice
in Cambridge, 327, 341.
Stedman, Fort, assault, 20. 94.
Stedwell, Joseph, 6. 18, 20.
Stedwell, Mary (Lyon), 6. 18.
Steel. See also Steele, Steell, Stelle,
Stelles.

Steel, , of Cambridge, Md. (1804),

2. 13.
Steel, Lieut. Aaron, death (1777), 2.

442.
Steel, Lieut. Archibald, wounded at

Quebec, 2. 294; captured, 295.
Steel, Solomon, death in Am. army

(1779), 2. 460.
Steel, Thomas, Colman's sermon on,

9. 350.
Steele, John, defeat (1807), 20. 298.
Steele, Sir Richard, and Lord Cutts,



2. 192; letter to Jos. Dudley
(1700), 3. 201.
Steele, William, exploded coat of

arms, 2. 254.
Steell, John F., Commencement part
(1819) and biog. note, 5. 185, 185 n.
Steere, Richard, Monumental Me-
morial, 12. 276.
Steigerwalt, Charles, on Appleton Col-
lection of Coins, 20. 420, 421.

Stelle, , of Newport (1760), 7.

345.
Stelles, , tavern-keeper at Wash-
ington (1804), 2. 33.
Stennett, Rev. Joseph, preface to Ten-

nent's book on Moravians, 9. 402.
Stephen, Sir Leslie, elected a cor-
resp. member M.H.S., 10. 404;
acceptance and thanks, 441; on
Hume, Robertson, Gibbon, 13. 87;
on specialization in history, 101;
on journalism, 18. 7; death, 268;
M.H.S. tributes to, 252-256;
method in criticism, 253; inde-
pendence, 254; character, 254;
pamphlet on Times during Civil
War, 255; port., 19. 224.

Stephens, See also Steven, Stevens.

Stephens, Alexander H., on real power
of cotton, 19. 334.

Stephens, David, merchant at Ten-
eriffe (1645), 7. 15.

Stephens, Erasmus, order of Dudley's
Council on (1686), 13. 269; re-
ward, 280.

Stephens, George, on antiquity of
Icelandic runes, 5. 339.

Stephens, H. Morse, on value of me-
moirs, 10. 475.

Stephens, John, exile in Amsterdam
(1595), 6. 64.

Stephens, Rev. Joseph, Thursday
Lecture (1717), 8. 219.

Stephens, Martha, of Groton, 6.
429.

Stephenson. See also Stevenson.

Stephenson, Sarah [Mrs. Blackstone],
2. 481.

Stephenson, Thomas, purchases con-
fiscated Boston estate, 10. 178.

Stepney, Francis, dancing-master in
Boston (1685), 19. 39.

Sterling, Corporal, of Huntington's
Conn, regt., at siege of Boston, 9.
78.

Sterling, Conn., inn (1795), 3. 43.

Sterton, , London cornchandler

(1693), 2. 174.

Stetson. See also Stitson.

Stetson, Rev. Caleb, B K oration



408



STETSON-STEWART



(1838), 9. 128; biog. note, 128 n.;
Vice-Pres. of (/> ZJ A', 133 ; hypnotist,
20. 446.

Stetson, Lieut. Prince. See Stidson.

Steuben, Frederic, baron von, and
map of Northeastern boundary, 3.
364 n.; Du Simitiere's port., 4.
142; in Va. (1781), 6. 137; York-
town, 153.

Steven, Asa, killed at Wyoming
(1778), 3. 345.

Stevens. See also Stephens.

Stevens, , of Isle of Wight (1698),

2. 189.

Stevens, Mrs., of Brookfield (1762),
7. 385.

Stevens, Abraham L., works on Bos-
ton defences (1814), 14. 152.

Stevens, Benjamin F., M.H.S. com.
on his researches, 2. 219; ex-
amines Span, archives, 3. 54; and
index to foreign docs, of Am. Rev.,
179; cat.-index of foreign MSS. on
Am., 19. 556-559.

Stevens, Capt. Ebenezer, at Ticon-
deroga (1776), 6. 84.

Stevens, Gen. Edward, wounded at
Guilford, 19. 126.

Stevens, Mrs. EUzabeth, of Chelms-
ford, 12. 336.

Stevens, Elizabeth, baptism, 12. 335,
336.

Stevens, Elizabeth B., and Burrows's
journal, 2. 440.

Stevens, Hannah M. [Mrs. Bartlet],
2. 434.

Stevens, Henry, death announced, 2.
255, 391; and Copley's port, of
Laurens, 3. 8; and spurious Mont-
calm letters, 203; and Hubbard's
map of N. Eng., 4. 19-20; and
Chas. Deane, 7. 48; on Schoner's
gores, 8. 77.

Stevens, Isaac, subscription to Bos-
ton dinner (1830), 6. 341.

Stevens, Jack, experience with pi-
rates (1793), 2. 377, 378, 382, 387,
389.

Stevens, Jacob, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 183.

Stevens, Capt. James, at Louisburg
(1745), 11. 420, 430.

Stevens, John, exile in Amsterdam
(1603), 6. 61.

Stevens, John, of Chelmsford (1666),
12. 336.

Stevens, John, scholar at Townsend
(1772), 4. 386.

Stevens, John, loyalist refugee, 2. 234.

Stevens, Jonas, of Townsend, 4. 406.



Stevens, Josiah, recruit (1760), 6.
429; minuteman, 12. 104; in Am.
army (1775), 106.

Stevens, Margaret (Kennell), exile in
Amsterdam (1603), 6. 56, 61.

Stevens, Molly, scholar at Townsend
(1772), 4. 386.

Stevens, Mrs. Paran, port, of Webster
owned by, 2. 263.

Stevens, Samuel, scholar at Town-
send (1772), 4. 386.

Stevens, Sarah [Mrs. Hemenway], 4.
384.

Stevens, Thaddeus, control of House,
19. 36.

Stevens, William, of Stow, recruit
(1760), 6. 429.

Stevens, William, scholar at Town-
send (1772), 4. 386.

Stevens, William Bacon, death an-
nounced, 4. 105.

Stevens Catalogue- Index of Foreign
MSS., acquisition by Library of
Congress, 20. 556-559.

Stevenson. See also Stephenson.

Stevenson, Speaker Andrew, at Har-
vard Commencement (1828), 5. 199 ;
and com. positions for J. Q. Adams
(1831), 19. 505, 515; effort to re-
fute Adams's tariff report, 515;
Adams's public letter, in reply,
525, 535-553.

Stevenson, John, exile in Amsterdam
(1600), 6. 61.

Stevenson, Joshua Thomas, Cotton
Whig, 4. 30 ; at Plymouth anniver-
sary (1845), 10. 400; in Mass. Con-
ven. (1853), 18. 34.

Stevenson, Thomas G., port., 3. 283.

Stewart. See also Stuart.

Stewart, , in Boston society

(1768), 10. 35.

Stewart, Miss, Philadelphia belle
(1804), 2. 12.

Stewart, Doctor, of Scotland, in Italy
(1830), 19. 457.

Stewart, Gen. Alexander, embarkation
at Charleston (1782), 3. 96.

Stewart, (?) Anthony, of Halifax
(1789), 16. 460.

Stewart, Ariadne, 2. 17.

Stewart, Campbell, at Edinburgh
(1830), 19. 472.

Stewart, Charles, of Ardsheil, 5. 12.

Stewart, Duncan, of Ardsheil, 5. 11;
character and career, 12.

Stewart, Gardiner, gift to M.H.S.,
16. 19-20.

Stewarti, John, letter on Declaratory
Act (1766), 11. 446.



STEWART-STONE



409



Stewart, John, s. of Duncan, 5. 12.

Stewart, Lazarus [1], killed at Wyo-
ming (1778), 3. 345._

Stewart, Lazarus [2], killed at Wyo-
ming (1778), 3. 345.

Stewart, Robert. See Castlereagh.

Stewart, Thomas J., papers belonging
to, 16. 19.

Stickney, John, Master's oration
(1807), 5. 172; biog. notes, 172 n.,

9. 113 M.; 0BK oration (1811),
113.

Stickney, Joseph H., restores royal
arms at Plymouth, 4. 373.

Stickney, Matthew A., on Henry
Wheatland, 9. 293; collection of
coins, 20. 421.

Stickney, Col. Thomas, at Bennington,

10. 504; order to (1776), 18. 244,
245.

Stidson, Lieut. (? Prince Stetson), at
siege of Boston, 9. 75, 89.

Stileman, Elias, and N. H. records
(1686), 13. 264, 266.

Stiles, Miss, of Newport (1789), 16.
458.

Stiles, Ezra, funeral oration on, 3.
46; biog. note, 46 n.; ed. of
Church's History, 428 n. ; copy of
report of trial of Anne Hutchinson,
4. 159-191; diary of journey to
Philadelphia (1754), 7. 338-344;
memoranda of salary and presents
(1760), 344-345; at siege of Bos-
ton, 405; draft of letter to Frank-
lin, 14. 320; letter to Rich. Price
(1775) on Am. episcopate, war,

17. 281; on Harvard affairs (1776),

18. 210, 220, 221; on Saml. Lang-
don, 211, 213-215, 220; on his
own Portsmouth ministry, 215;
and Crevecoeur, 20. 62-64.

Stiles, Mary [Mrs. Holmes], 11. 48.

Stille, Charles Janeway, death an-
nounced, 13. 165; career, 165.

Stillman, Rev. Samuel, MS. sermons,
1. 358; antislavery interests, 359;
at Bro^^^l Commencement (1795),
3. 42 ; biog. note, 42 n. ; sermon
at Harvard (1778), 12. 96.

Stillwater. See Freeman's Farm.

Stimson, Frederic Jesup, elected a
member M.H.S., 17. 383.

Stinton, John, non-consumption
agreement (1786), 8. 497.

Stirling. See also Sterling.

Stirling, Lord. See Alexander
(William).

StirUng Town, N. Y. (1779), 2.
476.



Stisted, Lawrence, of Eng. (1669), 1.
137.

Stisted, Mrs. Mary, of Eng. (1669),
1. 137.

Stitson, William, buys land at Win-
nisimmet, 1. 369.

Stockbridge, Benjamin, loyalist ref-
ugee, 2. 234.

Stockbridge, Charles, guest of Old
Colony Club, 3. 393, 394, 408, 412,
425, 429, 430.

Stockbridge, Capt. Samuel, at siege of
Boston, 9. 61.

Stockdale, (?) John, 17. 340.

Stocke, Rev. Richard, epitaph, 10.
307; funeral sermon on Baron
Harrington of Exton, 308-310, 11.
69.

Stocker, (?) Sarah (Marshall), death,
14. 21.

Stockman, , of Boston, death

(1699), 14. 19.

Stocks and bonds. See Securities.

Stockton, Richard, Signer, 1. 282.

Stockton, Com. Robert, port, of
Webster owned by, 2. 262.

Stockwell, Quintin, story of captivity,
10. 348.

Stoddard. See also Stoddert.

Stoddard, Anthony, 6. 373; agree-
ment as Winthrop's creditor, 11.
186; on com. on war expenses
(1676), 12. 402.

Stoddard, Col. John, corresp. on Ft.
Dummer (1724), 6. 361-364, 425-
426; career, 373; conference with
Scatacooks (1728), 377-381.

Stoddard, John, innkeeper at Nassau
(1812), 19. 367.

Stoddard, Rev. Sampson, ordained
(1706), 1. 158.

Stoddard, Simeon [1], (?) port. , 11. 333 ;
petition as to Casco Bay (1686),
13. 270; Nash case (1686), 273.

Stoddard, Simeon [2], murdered in
Eng., 14. 24.

Stoddard, Mrs. Simeon, port., 11.
333.

Stoddard, Rev. Solomon, 6. 373; Col-
man's sermon on, 9. 344; Tryal of
Assurance, 532; letter on Lord's
Supper, 13. 128; preaches foi?
Mather (1675), 348.

Stoddert, Benjamin, autog., 1. 250.

Stokes, Montfort, career, 13. 313.

Stokes, Dr. (?) Whitley, as Unitarian,
19. 467.

Stone, Abigail, sick (1776), 12. 90. 91.

Stone, Amos, and Shays's Rebellion,
1. 301; minuteman, 12. 105.



410



STONE-STORROW



Stone, Asa, and Shays's Rebellion, 1.

301.
Stone, Benjamin, Groton riots, 1.

310.
Stone, Dr. Daniel, houses burned

(1676), 13. 411.
Stone, Edwin M., French Allies, 1. 2;

death, 2.
Stone, Ellen A., gifts to M.H.S., 7.

373, 374, 8. 196.
Stone, Col. George A., at Columbia

(1865), 15. 265, 271, 272.
Stone, George H., on apocryphal

Menana inscription, 4. 56.
Stone, Mrs. George W., gift to

M.H.S., 20. 438.
Stone, Hannah [Mrs. Field], 19. 63.
Stone, Henry S., offers Sullivan's

brigade book, 1. 250.
Stone, Hugh, condemned criminal,

Mather's sermon for, 12. 390.
Stone, Lieut. {?) Isaac, wounded before
- St. Johns (1760), 4. 400.
Stone, Deacon James, of Groton, 12.

90.
Stone, Capt. John, estate in Va.

(1634), 3. 4.
Stone, Jonas, and Shays's Rebel-
lion, 1. 301; mentioned, 6. 429.
Stone, Jonathan, and Shays's Re-
bellion, 1. 301 ; minuteman, 12. 104.
Stone, Rev. Micah, long ministry, 19.

433.
Stone, Lieut. (?) Nathaniel, in Va.

campaign (1781), 6. 142.
Stone, Rev. Samuel, at Hartford, 2.

49; and origin of Conn., 5. 270;

church controversy, 16. 502-503;

and Higginson, 504; literary re-
mains, 505.
Stone, Samuel, and Groton church

controversy (1712), 13. 299-301.
Stone, Simon, and Groton church

controversy (1712), 13. 302.
Stone, Thomas, delegate to Congress,

1. 276 _; Signer, 282.
Stone, Timothy, in Am. army (1775),

12. 106.
Stone, William, vestryman in Va.

(1635), 3. 5; sells house, 5.
Stone (Stow), William, death at siege

of Boston, 7. 409.
Stone Arabia, N. Y., in 1778, 2. 446;

fight near, 455.
Stoneman, Gen. George, East Tenn.

raid, 20. 108.
Stone's Tavern, Stoughton, 10. 47.
Stonington, Conn., Mass. grant

(1658), 5. 289; survey, 289, 290;

lay-out of land (1666), 292; land



grant question (1672), 293; bounds
(.1673), 293; protest against Owan-
eco (1699;, 298; letter about re-
corder (1700-), 299.

Stony Brook, Mass., origin of em-
bankment at, 2. 200-204; Hors-
ford's French theory, 200; as-
pect of embankment, 201; as
site of attempted foundation of
Boston, 202-204; old map of
locality, 203.

Stony Point, N. Y., news of capture,
2. 461.

Storer, Bellamy, at B K dinner
(1845), 9. 140.

Storer, Ebenezer, conference on Port
Bill, 10. 85; at Boston dinner
(1776), 103; mentioned in J. Q.
Adams's diary (1787-88), 16. 340,
429, 435; biog. note, 340 n.; on
resignation of Pres. Langdon, 18.
227.

Storer, Elizabeth [Mrs. Smith], 16.
334 n.

Storer, Malcolm, on Jackson Copper,
20. 503 n.

Storer, Mary (Edwards), keeps a car-
riage (1768), 1. 225.

Storey, Charles W., Friday Club, 14.
473.

Storey, Moorfield, elected a member
M.H.S., 18. 1; remarks, 447, 19.
227; memoir of E. R. Hoar as-
signed to, 18. 471; remarks on
carpet-bag gOAi;., 20. 257; on Carl
Schurz, 403-407 ; Memoir op Chas.
Sumner, 538-549.

Storm, Gustav, on "wheat" of Vin-
land, 6. 36.

Storms, Esquire, of Dutchess Co.,
N. Y. (1779), 2. 477.

Storms. See Weather.

Storre, Augustine, of Billesby, Eng.
(1623), 8. 513.

Storre, Rev. Benjamin, record of
induction (1628), 8. 510; of mar-
riage, 510.

Storre, Mary [Mrs. Wheelwright],
record of marriage, 8. 509 ; of inter-
ment, 510.

Storre, Rebecca (Clarkson), record of
marriage, 8. 510.

Storre, Rev. Thomas, of Billesby, Eng.,
record of interment (1623), 8. 509;
of institution, 510.

Storrow, Ann G. Anna C. Lowell on,
18. 307, 311.

Storrow, Charles S., Commencement
part (1829), 5. 200, 200 n. ; and
beginning of Lawrence, 12. 119.



STORROW-STRAHAN



411



Storrow, Louisa [Mrs. Higginson], 18.
306, 311.

Storrs, Richard Salter, death an-
nounced, 14. 189; M.H.S. tribute
to, 193; and E. A. Park, 452, 467.

Story, Alexander, succored by Creve-
cocuT, 20. 47, 52, 53.

Story, Rev. (?) Daniel, as preacher,
16. 447.

Story, Franklin H., in East Indian
trade, 15. 171.

Story, Harriet [Mrs. Wliite], death,

14. 413 n.

Story, Rev. Isaac, gift to M.H.S.
(1794), 16. 475.

Story, Joseph, as prof., 3. 323, 14.
340, 341; poem, 5. 106-107; mis-
take on last royal veto, 159; at
Harvard Commencements (1829,
'38), 201, 224; 0BK oration
(1826), 9. 120; biog. note, 120 n.;
papers, 14. 256; letters from Mar-
shall (1819-34), 320-360 [see Mar-
shall, Ch. J. John] ; Salem discourse,
337; corresp. with Webster (1816-
42), 398-413 [see Webster, Daniel];
with Kent (1819-45), 413-424 [see
Kent, James]; dinner to (1829),
406 n.; health (1830), 408; Web-
ster's debt to, 15. 166; letters from
C. P. Sumner (1815) on law lec-
tures, 15. 202; from Everett (1831)
on 0BK constitution, Everett's
address, 204-206; (1832) on appor-
tionment, memoir of Story, 206-
210; from Chas. Sumner (1837) on
Warren Bridge case, 210; travel let-
ters, 211-216; to J. H. Ashmun
(1831) on State and national affairs,
216; to Wilkinson, 217-224 [see
Wilkinson, James J.]; effect on,
of Levi Lincoln's refusal of justice-
ship, 233 ; on legislative power, 16.
241

Story, Mehitable (Pedrick), foot-stool,

15. 45.

Story, Robert H., at 450th anniver-
sary of Univ. of Glasgow, 15. 225;
on Carnegie's gift, 226.

Story, Thomas, in West's picture of
Penn's treaty, 15. 365.

Story, Waldo, gift to M.H.S., 14. 256;
presents bust of father, 15. 324.

Story, William, and Mass. excise act
(1765), 10. 61; deputy-register of
admiralty, 16. 66 n. ; mobbed, 110 n.

Story, William Wetmore, unveils
Marshall Statue, 1. 200; Com-
mencement part (18.38), 5. 223;
(P£ A' poem (1844), 9. 136; M.H.S.



tributes to, 10. 294, 554, 15. 368-

371; letter from J. Kent (1846) on

father's letters, 14. 421; bust, 15.

324-326.
Story Papers, presented, 14. 256;

selections from, 320-360, 398-424.

15. 201-224 [see Story, Joseph].
Stott, John, on John Coles's heraldic

painting, 14. 432.
Stoughton. See also Staughton.
Stoughton, Exene [Mrs. Walker], 13.

309.
Stoughton, Jemima, book owned by,

12. 413.

Stoughton, Lieut.-Gov. William,
witcli-trials, 1. 67; death, 155;
Phips on conduct of witch-trials,
340-342; letter to Petit (1695) on
Port Royal, 3. 65; Sewall's epi-
gram on, 381; Conn, land (1686),
5. 294-295; New-Englands True
Interest, 9. 427; apothegm, 427;
and Andros (1689), 478, _ 17. 19;
member of Dudley's Council (1686),

13. 228; attends, 226-284; Dep.-
Pres., 231; to examine Nowell's
accts., 235; to revise laws, 256, 268;
to preside over county courts, 262,
271; salary, 271; and reception of
Andros, 278; extra pay, 279; and
Maiden church controversy, 281,
285; and Charlestown affairs, 284;
named for Council (1691), 14. 217.

Stougliton, Mass., pre-Rev. inn, 10.

47.
Stout, Lieut. Wessel T., at siege of

Yorktown, 6. 150.
Stow, , of Windham, Conn.

(1779), 6. 130.
Stow, Edward, absentee loyalist, 10.

164; confiscated Boston estate,

184.
Stow, Samuel, letter to (1669), 5. 292.
Stow (Stone), William, death at siege

of Boston, 7. 409.
Stow, Mass., recruits (1760), 6. 429;

and Merrimack County (1686), 13.

255, 277.
Stowe, Harriet (Beecher), and pro-
test against Kan.-Neb. Bill, 7.

94.
Stowell, Francis, 7. 419 n.
Strachey, Henry, and Northeastern

boundary, 3. 367; Vaughan on,

17. 423.
Strafford, Thomas Went worth, earl of,

Gardiner on, 16. 7, 10.
Strahan, William, briefs in prize cases

(1736-43), 5. 86, 87.
Strahan, William, London printer,



412



STRAIT-STUD LET



and Jas. Parker, 16. 192, 195, 204,

215,231.
Strait. .See Strate.
Strange, Capt. Anthony, verses on, 6.

251.
Strange, (?) Sir John, brief in prize

case (173G), 5. 86.
Strangridge, , Ed. Gibons on

(1654), 3. 7.
Strate, , of Dutchess Co., N. Y.

(1777), 6. 101.
Stratford, Conn., whale-boat priva-
teers, 1. 19; Maverick on (1660),

245; in 1804, 2. 7; inn, 32; in

1650,49; in 1779,6. 126.
Strathaven (? Strathavon), Lord

(1831), 19. 477.
Stratton. *See also Stretton.
Stratton, John, patent, 1. 233, 2.

157.
Stratton, Sergeant Jonathan, death

at Louisburg (1745), 11. 445.
Stratton, Lucy [Mrs. Mason], 3. 143.
Strawberry Bank. See Portsmouth.
Streater, Capt. John, case (1653), 8.

232-234.
Streatfield, George, Eng. merchant

(1745), 9. 408.
Street. *See also Streete.
Street, Miss (1787), 16. 307.
Street, Lieut. (?) Benjamin, of Bla-

densburg (1781), 6. 136.
Street, T., verses in Foster's almanac

(1681), 9. 452.
Streete, Rev. Nicholas, at Taunton, 2.

48.
Streets, early Boston, identified, 1.

318-320; names in Am. colonies

as royal memorials, 4. 242-452 ;

survival, 253; first lighting of

Boston, 10. 55. See also Roads.
Strength out of Weakness, extant

copies, price, 10. 337-338.
Strettell, John, letter on Declaratory

Act (1766), 11. 446.
Stretton, , sea-captain (1693), 7.

165.
Strickland, Thwayt, deposition (1666),

5. 292.
Strikes, printers' (1810), 20. 342.
Stringer, John, of Va. (1651), 3. 7^
Stringfellow, Benjamin F., and Kan-
sas legislature, 14. 3.
Strobel, Edward Henry, elected a

member M.H.S., 15. 368.
Strong, Reverend, Presbyterian min-
ister in New York (1812), 19. 371.
Strong, Caleb, etching and wax port.,

4. 350; address to Gage (1774), 14.

51/1.; supposed port., 16. 145; con-



test for governorship (1806), 20.

13-19.
Strong, Elisha, commission (1745), 11.

420.
Strong, Rev. Job, ordination (1749),

15. 16-19.

Strong, John, death in Am. army
(1777), 6. 107.

Strong, Rev. Nathan, at Hartford, 3
50; biog. notes, 50 n., 19. 383 n.

Strong, Fort (1814), 14. 150.

Strozzi, Marchese, in society (1829),
19. 446.

Struts, Margaret, exile in Amster-
dam (1608), 6. 61.

Stryker, William S., on royal arms in
N. J., 4. 249 n.

Stuart. See also Stewart.

Stuart, Captain, at Syracuse, Sicily
(1829), 19.452.

Stuart, Archibald, letter to Madison

(1787) on Va. Assembly, Anti-
Federalists, 17. 479.

Stuart, David, letter to Washington

(1788) on Washington's attitude,
17. 496.

Stuart, Frederic T., engravings by,

4. 110, 6. 416, 16. 146.

Stuart, George O., Harvard D. D.
(1848), 5. 255.

Stuart, Gilbert C, ports., of John
Randolph, 1. 30; of Mason girls,
2. 17; of Webster, 263; of Caleb
Strong, 4. 350; reputation, 18. 314;
on ports, of Washington, 19. 6;
port, of Washington, 20. 9, 11.

Stuart, Jane, port, of Webster, 2. 263.

Stuart, John, notary public (1737),

16. 45 n.

Stuart, Moses, Harvard D. D. (1823),

5. 191.

Stuart, Rosalie E. [Mrs. Webster], 1.
255.

Stuart Hospital, Riclunond, view, 18.
287.

Stubbs, Mary [Mrs. Pickering], 17.
175.

Stubbs, William, as historian, 3. 153-
154; on hist, impartiality, 154-
156; attitude towards Puritans
criticized, 156-159; on Eng. parish,
7. 253, 254; M.H.S. tributes to,
15. 69, 71, 111-116; learning, 112;
kindliness, 112; humor, 113-114;
and history at Oxford, 114-116.

Studholme, Capt. Gil f red, and loyalist
refugees in N. S., 3. 75, 78.

Studley, Miss, exile in Amsterdam,

6. 61.

Studley, D., exile in Amsterdam, 6. 61.



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Studley, Mrs. D., exile in Amsterdam,
6. 61.

Studley, Daniel, exile in Amsterdam,

6. 61.

Sturgeon, ,of Pliiladelphia (1754),

7. 341.

Sturges, Jonathan, 12. 253.

Sturges, Lucretia B. [Mrs. Watson],
12. 253.

Sturgis, Elizabeth (Perkins), 7. 428.

Sturgis, Esther (Perkins), 7. 428.

Sturgis, Henry P., Friday Club, 14.
473.

Sturgis, Mrs. Henry P., communi-
cates letter on Perry's Japan expe-
dition, 2. 258-261.

Sturgis, Josiah, subscription to Bos-
ton dinner (1830), 6. 342; wife, 7.
428.

Sturgis, Russell, wife, 7. 428; and
FrankUn Fund, 12. 29 n. ; Detroit
bank, 20. 293, 521.

Sturgis, William, gift to M.H.S., 3.
' 292 ; subscription to Boston dinner
(1830), 6. 341.

Sturleson, Snorro. See Snorro.

Sturt, John, engraving of Increase
Mather, 8. 147- 148.

Sturtevant. See also Stedefant.

Sturtevant, Josiah, loyalist refugee,
2. 234.

Sturtevant, Josiah, Jr., guest of Old
Colony Club, 3. 406, 432.

Stuyvesant, Gov. Peter, papers con-
cerning relations with Conn. (1662),

5. 291; and Feke-Hallett affairs,

6. 3, 7, 8, 10-12; and John Win-
throp, Jr., 12.

Success, in Phips's Quebec expedi-
tion, 15. 307.

(Success,. Brit, wa.-ship (1743), 5. 87.

Success, privateer (1752), 5. 99.

Suckquansh, Indian, deed to Atherton
Co., 2. 150.

Sudbury, Mass., Loring ordained
tninister, 1. 158; Maverick's ac-
count (1660), 237; in 1650, 2. 47;
pre-Rev. inn, 10. 47; Tompson's
verses on (1676), 268.

Suffield, Conn. (1777), 6. 89.

Suffield, Mass., encroachment of
Windsor (1686), 13. 254, 272.

Suffolk Bank system, 12. 116.

Suffolk Convention, destruction of
house of meeting of, 4. 238.

Suffolk County, Mass., early court-
files, 3. 10, 11. 183; record of
County Court (1671-80), 184; of
Common Pleas executions (1763-
71), 184; recorders and registers,!



12. 203-250, 14. 34-97; justices of
peace (1686), 13. 229; county otn-
cers (1686), 243; extraordinary tax
(1686), 280; history of Registry of



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