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dates (1788), 124; bill on official
pluralism (1788), 124; judiciary
bills (1788), 124-125; (1787), 17.
492, 493; revision of code (1789),
15. 132 ; legislature and Jay Treaty,
150-152; division proposed (1802),
161 ; attitude of transmontane
counties (1787), 17 450-455, 459-
461, 472; financial depression and
public disorder (1787), 455, 456,
467, 472, 474, 479; not self-sus-
taining, 456; delegates to Fed.
Conven., 458, 470, 474; Hessian
fly, 459; milit. grants, 473, 509; and
ratification of Constitution, 475-
479, 481, 488-491, 495, 497, 500,
508, 509; legislature (1787), 478,
479, 489, 491, 494; (1780-81), 19.
118-123, 126, 132, 145; (1782), 150,
166; suggested reform of State con-
stitution (1787), 17. 479; financial
relief measures, 479, 489, 491, 492,
494; tobacco crop injured (1788),
510; Western claims, 19. 113-114,
143; provisions for troops (1780-
82), 120-122, 126, 149; taxation
(1781), 145; and tobacco trade with
New York (1782), 154-157; cam-
paign of 1864, I3utler's responsi-
bility for failure, 342-356 [see
Butler, B. F.]; general character of
campaign of 1864,20. 163. See also
South.

Virginia, Popham Colony pinnace,
2. 243.

Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions,



VIRGINIA COMPANY-VOTES



441



Madison on, 14. 343; causes, 16.
168.
Virginia Company of London, justifies
Argall's raid, 1. 187, 189-191; let-
ter to Plymouth (1609) on aiding
settlement of Va., 2. 244-246; new
charter, 246; and failure of Pop-
ham Colony, 247.
Virginia, University of, Jefferson on
difficulties in building (1819), 14.
395-398.
Viscaino, Sebastian, identity of places

mentioned by, 3. 261.
Vital statistics, Dudley's order on
(1686), 13. 236. See also Social
conditions.
Vixen, Brit, war-brig (1799), 3. 71.
Volcse, migrations, 12. 110.
Voltaire, influence on hist, methods,
13. 84, 89, 156; on Eng. colonies,
158-161; statuettes, 20. 28-29.
Vopellio, Caspar, effect of Cartier's

explorations on map, 7. 299.
Vores, Thomas, at Oxford, 19. 462.
Vos, Hendrick, prize case (1752), 5. 98.
Vosburg, Peter I., port., 11. 103.
Vose, Daniel, Milton estate, 10. 40.
Vose, Dolly, 16. 339 n.
Vose, Major Elijah, in campaign of

1777, 6. 90.
Vose, Col. Joseph, regt. in Am. Rev.
6. 78-160 [see Wild (Ebenezer)]
in Saratoga campaign, 92, 97,' 98
dispute over rank, 125; in Lafay-
ette's Va. campaign, 131, 133, 134,
136, 140, 144, 148; at siege of
Yorktown, 155, 156.
Vose, Margaret, 16. 339 n.
Vose, Nancy, 16. 339 n.
Vose, Naomi, 16. 339 n.
Vose, Sarah, 16. 339 n.
Vose, Solomon, 16. 339; biog. note,

339 71.
Vose, Capt. Thomas, of Milton, death,

14. 25.
Vose, Thomas, of Baltimore, 19. 375.
Votes and resolutions of M.H.S.,
thanks for gifts, 1. 4, 36. 42, 2.
64, 66, 156, 168, 200, 3. 3, 63, 319,
4. 207, 6. 65, 421, 7. 22, 8. 118, 169,
14. 198, 15. 325; on death of Geo.
Dexter, 1. 7; on use of income of
Mass. Hist. Trust Fund, 77, 252,
2. 265, 4. 54, 219, 6. 196, 7. 10, 8.
56. 305, 9. 242, 10. 363, 12. 74,
425, 13. 310, 14. 304, 15. 264, 16.
477, 18. 252, 19. 273, 20. 245;
thanks to retiring officials and
committees, 1. 180, 374, 2. 82,
404, 3. 298, 4. 119, 5. 157, 6. 420,



7. 383, 8. 201, 9. 39, 10. 138, 573,
11. 336, 12. 189; authorizing C. C.
Smith to represent Society, 1. 222;
to omit summer meetings, 222, 2.
106, 3. 10, 4. 413, 6. 40, 518, 7. 465,

8. 274. 9. 97, 11. 448, 12. 259, 13.
142, 14. 189, 15. 105, 16. 249, 17.
383, 18. 334, 19. 300, 20. 395; on
death of Stephen Salisbury [2], 1,
228; on Parkman's gifts of MSS.,
362, 4. 46, 6. 392; on use of income
of Richard Frothingham Fund, 2.
4; on Sibley Bequest, 170, 228; on
labors of B. F. Stevens, 219; on
index to foreign docs, on Am. Rev.,
3. 178; on Sharpless ports., 187;
on money gift from Chas. Deane,
254; on Anonymous Fund, 278;
on proposed Attucks Memorial,
318; on Norse discovery of
America, 4. 12; on binding of
Winthrop Papers, 65; on amend-
ments to by-la vvs, 215-216; on
disposition of Ancient Wreck, 219;
on reports of special com. on Li-
brary and Cabinet (1889), 366, 372,
383, 5. 286; on responsible editor
of publications, 4. 372, 410; of
sympathy to Chas. Deane, 5. 2;
on death of Chas. Deane, 121, 141;
on M.H.S. centenary, 348, 430; on
Pilgrim Memorial at Delftshaven,
6. 1,40; authorizing Justin Winsor
to represenf Society, 40; on dis-
posal of certain books, 40; on
death of H. M. Dexter, 187; on
memorial of Wessagusset settle-
ment, 7. 30; on question of mem-
bership, 298; on 90th and 92d
birthdays of L. R. Paige, 347, 8.
504; on "Massachusetts Society,"
59; on pub. of Belcher Papers,
202; on death of Francis Park-
man, 304, 305, 368; petition to
General Court, 305; of regard to
Pres. Ellis, 400; on pub. of Bow-
doin and Temple Papers, 518; on
Lawrence Fund, 9. 96; on Robert
C. Winthrop Fund, 241; on Water-
ston Publishing Fund, 241; of
thanks and sympathy to E. R.
Hoar, 268-269; on Ellis Bequest
and building site, 10. 5-6, 148, 158-
159, 296, 404; on com. on sale of
Tremont Street estate and erec-
tion of Fenway building, 298-299,
585, 11. 238, 336, 450, 12. 191; on
mortgage on Fenway site, 10. 299,
11. 239; on pub. of papers of Con-
tinental Cong., 10. 442; transfer



442



VOTING-WADSWORTH



of names to honorary membership,
11. 103, 12. 72, 13. 208, 16. 251, 18.
370, 454, 20. 535; on preservation
of Constitution, 11. 200, 15. 493,

18. 60, 19. 412; on Pres. Adams's
trip abroad (1896), 11. 200; on
delegate to Cabot quatercenten-
ary, 417; on Lowell Fund, 12. 1;
on rooms for Am. Acad., 155; on
increasing number of members at
large of Council, 156, 191; on MSS.
Com., 166, 169, 264, 372; on me-
morial ed. of Bradford and Win-
throp, 172, 342; on gift from R. C.
Winthrop, Jr., 259-260; on gift
of Jefferson Papers, 273, 293; in-
vitation to Am. Hist. Assoc, 349,
13. 208; thanks to Am. Acad., 4;
on Denison Letters, 121 ; on Water-
ston Library, 208 ; on gift of Chase
Papers, 378; on Coast Survey
charts, 448; on set-back of Fen-
way building, 14. 303 ; on exchange-
sale of real estate, 483; authoriz-
ing sale of securities, 15. 69; on
papers in Eng. Public Records
Office, 320; thanks for bust of
W. W. Story, 325, 326; on com.
on Hart's co-operative history,
367 ; on blank for personal record,
17. 75; on Robt. Charles Billings
Fund, 235; on proposed Adams
Memorial, 18. 1 ; on acceptance of
membership, 252; on bequests of
R. C. Winthrop, Jr., 19. 304-305;
on services of E. J. Young as Re-
cording Sec, 20. 2; on Nomina-
tion Book, 427; of thanks to W. S.
Appleton [2], 550.

Voting by lot in Athens, 6. 385-386.

Vouthier, (1829), 19. 441.

Vowell, , of Alexandria (1812),

19. 380.

Voyages, identity of places men-
tioned on Pacific Coast, 3. 261;
Pickering's journal of Antarctic
(1838-41), 6. 285; cartog. results
of Cartier's, 7. 298-315; Gray's,
to Oregon, 416-421; anticipa-
tions of Cartier's, 8. 67-78 [see
St. Lawrence Gulf]; Gosnold at
Cuttyhunk, 16. 247-249. See also
Cabot (John), Cabot mappe-monde,
Geography.

Voyce. See Vice.

Vredenberg, Anna van [Mrs. Moses],
17. 183.

Vrei/heit, prize case (1752), 5. 98.

Vrouw Dorothea, prize case (1755),
5. 101.



w

W., F., exile in Amsterdam, 6. 52.

Waad, Sir William, letter to Corpora-
tion of PljTnouth (1009) on aiding
Va., 2. 244; autog., 246.

Wabaquasset Country', Conn., deed
for (1686), 5. 295.

Waddell. See also Waddle.

Waddell, J. F., Ala. judge, 20. 521.

Waddington, Rev. John, on return of
Bradford MS., 11. 301.

Waddle, Mrs. Mary, joins Chelmsford
church (1673), 12. 338; children,
338

Waddle, Mary, baptism, 12. 338.

Waddle, Rose, baptism, 12. 338.

Waddle, William, baptism, 12. 338.

Wade, Mrs., of Boston, death (1676),
13. 365.

Wade, Captain, at siege of Boston,
9. 54.

Wade, Jonathan [1], of Ipswich,
petition (1637), 3. 199.

Wade, Capt. Jonathan [2], justice of
peace (1686), 13. 229; sham fight
(1686), 328.

Wade, Nathan, killed at Wyoming
(1778), 3. 345.

Wade, Major Nathaniel, and over-
throw of Andros, 7. 150; in
Phips's Quebec expedition, 15.
288, 299.

Wade, Nehemiah, muster-master
(1779), 2. 474.

Wadleigh, Robert, justice of peace
(1686), 13. 231.

Wadloe, Jolm, of Wells, Me., 2.
157.

Wadsworth, Major, at Boston dinner
(1776), 10.. 103.

Wadsworth, Lieut. Amos, death and
milit. funeral (1775), 7. 411, 9.
74.

Wadsworth, Pres. Benjamin, journal,
4. 78; ordination, 79; marriage,
79; journey to Albany (1694), 79;
and Natl. Appleton, 5. 411, 412,
414; fast for rain (1714), 8. 224;
Good Souldiers, 9. 521; preface to
Warning to the Flocks, 526, 17. 29;
at Webb's funeral, 12. 246; short-
hand diary, 16. 476; Mutual Love
and Peace, 17. 26.

Wadsworth, Benjamin, Harvard D.D.
(1816), 5. 182.

Wadsworth, Ebenezer, death (1717),
8. 219.

Wadsworth, Elizabeth, of Milton,
sells slave, 6. 250.



WADSWORTH-WALKER



443



Wadsworth, Elizabeth (Bartlett), of

Plymouth, 3. 401 n.
Wadsworth, George (1717), 8. 219.
Wadsworth, Harriet [Mrs. Brimmer],

10. 587.

Wadsworth, Ca'pt. Joseph, escort by
(1694), 4. 79.

Wadsworth, Deacon Peleg [1], 3.
401 n.

Wadsworth, Gen. Peleg [2], guest of
Old Colony Club, 3. 399, 411, 413,
427; biog. note, 401 n.

Wadsworth, Ruth (Bordman), 4. 79.

Wadsworth, Timothy, Some Few Re-
marks, 17. 27-28.

Wadsworth, William, Cambridge se-
lectman (1635), 7. 361.

Wadsworth, Zilpah [Mrs. Longfellow],

3. 401 n.

Wadsworth house, Milton, 14. 296.

Wages. See Salaries.

Wagner, Jacob, mobbed in Baltimore
(1812), 19. 375.

Wagstaff, Charles E., engravings by,
8. 149, 10. 126.

Wain Wright, Elizabeth, death (1714),
8. 225.

Wainwright, Francis, loyal petition
(1666), 6. 471.

Wainwright, Jonathan M., Com-
mencement part (1812) and biog.
note, 5. 176, 176 n.; at Harvard
Commencement (1833), 211; Har-
vard D.D. (1835), 215.

Wainwright, Lucy [Mrs. Dudley], 16.
41.

Wainwright, Mary [Mrs. Bradstreet],

11. 418.

Wait. See also Waite, Waitt.

Wait, Richard, church trial (1640),

4. 314, 315.

Waite, Gamaliel, Boston estate, 1.

312, 313.
Waite, John, Boston estate, 1. 316.
Waitt, Mrs. Ellen H., gift to M.H.S.,

18. 296.
Wakeman, Jabez, death (1705), 14.

23.
Walbridge, Capt. Ames, at siege of

Boston, 9. 46, 62, 81.
Walcheren expedition, J. Q. Adams

on, 10. 379.
Walcott. See also Wolcott.
Walcott, Henry Pickering, elected

a member M.H.S., 6. 518; accepts,

7. 6; on com. to sell Tremont

Street property, 10. 299; on com.

on financial policy, 11. 1.
Waldeck, Georg Victor, ficrst zu,

hbrary, 3. 220.



Waldemar L of Denmark, and Rock
of Runamo, 4. 57.

Walden, Richard. See Waldron.

Walden, William, exile in Amster-
dam (1615), 6. 62.

Waldo, , in Bristol, Eng. (1780),

10. 421.

Waldo, Dr. Albigence, at siege of Bos-
ton, 9. 49, 62,67.

Waldo, Benjamin, characterized, 12.
141.

Waldo, Cornelius, 17. 77; Eng. rela-
tives, 78.

Waldo, Daniel, bank president, 2. 94.

Waldo, Dr. F. Augustus, Cincinnati
oculist, 7. 285.

Waldo, Francis, in Boston society,
10. 46.

Waldo, Hannah (Cogswell), 17. 77.

Waldo, Joseph, oldest Harvard grad-
uate, 5. 174, 181.

Waldo, Gen. Samuel [1], papers of
Shirley's suit against, 12. 45-50.

Waldo, Samuel [2], 5. 11.

Waldo, Sarah (Erving), Boston estate,
1. 325; mentioned, 5. 11.

Waldo, Thomas, 17. 77.

Waldoborough (Broad Bay), Me.,
settlement, 2. 304.

Waldron (Walden), Richard, Jr.,
justice of peace (1686), 13. 231;
on trade com., 249; offices, 261.

Wales, (?) Ebenezer, of Dorchester, 3.
52.

Wales, Ebenezer, of Baltimore, 19.
375, 376.

Wales, George W., bequest to M.H.S.,
16. 477.

Wales. Joanna, of Braintree, death,
14. 25.

Wales, Joanna (Faxon), of Braintree,
death, 14. 22.

Wales, Samuel, succored by Creve-
coeur, 20..47, 52, 53.

Wales, Thomas B., subscription to
Boston dinner (1830), 6. 341.

Wales, work of dissenters in (1740),
9. 375.

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

Walker, , of Brookfield (1762),

7. 389.

Walker, , of Reed's Mass. regt.,

death (1776), 12. 102.

Walker. , of Providence (1779),

6 120.

Walker, Miss, Brit, novelist (1830),
19 473.

Walker, Abel, innkeeper at Charles-
town, N. H. (1776), 6. 88.



444



WALKER



Walker, Abraham, loyalist refugee,
2. 234.

Walker, Amasa, career, 13. 303-304;
in Mass. Couven. (1853), 18. 34;
estate, 19. 427, 432.

Walker, Andrew, estate, 8. 214.

Walker, Benjamin [1], 1. 43.

Walker, Benjamin [2] [b. 1680],
margined almanac and journal, 1.
42-43; career, 43.

Walker, Benjamin, loyalist refugee,
2. 234.

Walker, Catherine (Bartlett), 6. 449;
death, 468.

Walker, Charles, 8. 214.

Walker, Deborah, 8. 214.

Walker, Edward, exile in Amsterdam
(1615), 6. 62.

Walker, Edward, business, 1. 44.

Walker, Edward B., works on Boston
defences (1814), 14. 151.

Walker, Ephraim, of Brookfield, 7.
389.

Walker, Exene (Stoughton), 13. 309.

Walker, Francis Amasa, elected a
member M.H.S., 1. 169; list of
publications (1883-96), 170, 3.
280, 4. 106, 107, 6. 405, 9. 24, 11.
319; Lowell Lectures, 2. 69; on
approaching Columbus quater-
centenary, 5. 285; M.H.S. tributes
to, 11. 212, 216-220; crowded life,
217, 218; as Pres. of Technology,
217, 13. 306; milit. career, 11.
218-220, 13. 304; in M.H.S., 12.
61, 13. 303; Memoir by F. C.
Lowell, 303-309 ; port, and
AUTOG., 303; ancestry, 303-304;
birth, 304; education, 304; studies
law, 304; teacher, 304; editor,
305; Supt. of Census, 305, 306;
Indian Commissioner, 305; prof,
at Yale, 305; as economist, 307;
hist, writings, 308; and bimetal-
lism, 308; societies, 308; honorary
degrees, 309; other public offices,
309; diverse industry, 309; death,
309; character, 309; marriage,
children, 309.

Walker, George, prize case (1749), 5.
94-95.

Walker, Rev. George, letter from
Priestley (1778) on teaching, 3.
15.

Walker, Gideon, loyalist refugee, 2.
234.

Walker, Hannah (Ambrose), 13. 304.

Walker, Sir Hovenden, corresp. in
Parkman MSS., 4. 46.

Walker, Isaac, land grant, 1. 44.



Walker, Isaiah, loyalist refugee, 2.

234.
Walker, James, in M.H.S. group
picture (1869), 3. vii; assignment
of memoir, 5. 154; honorary de-
grees, 215, 6. 451; at Harvard
Commencements (1838-47), 5. 224-
233, 242, 249, 252; port, and
AUTOG., 6. front.; reprinted
M.H.S. papers, 243; Memoir by
O. B. Frothingham, 443-468; birth
and ancestry, 443; education,
443-444; teacher in Divinity
School, 444; licensed to preach,
445; periods of career, 445;
Charlestown pastorate, 445-448 ; as
prof., 445, 454; Pres. of Harvard,
445, 454; later years, 445, 455;
religious beliefs, 447, 451-452,
462-466; as preacher, 448, 449,
460-461; secular offices and in-
terests, 449; marriage, 449; ab-
sorption in profession, 449-451;
on civic duties, 450, 457, 466;
as philosopher, 452-454, 467-468;
character, 455-458 ; and Civil War,
456; tastes, 458; writings, 458-
459; mural monument to, 459; in
M.H.S., 459; popularity with
young men, 461-462; on public
opinion, 466; as reformer, 467;
last days and death, 468; — and
H. W. Foote, 8. 241; <P B K pray-
ers (1824, '33), 9. 119, 124; biog.
note, 119n.; oration (1827), 121;
on elective system, 12. 370; and
G. O. Shattuck, 14. 363; at Philan-
thropic Soc. (1836), 19. 366.

Walker, John, of Charlestown (1690),
7. 152.

Walker, John, of Lincoln, in cam-
paign of 1760, 4. 390.

Walker, Gen. John, of Mass., 6. 443.

Walker, John, of Va., senatorial can-
didacy (1790), 15. 134.

Walker, Joseph, appraises soldiers'
effects (1758), 6. 26-29.

Walker, Lucy (Johnson), 6. 443.

Walker, Obadiah, death (1676), 13.
360.

Walker, Mrs. Palsgrave, 1. 43.

Walker, Phineas, 13. 303.

Walker, Priscilla (Carpenter), 13.
303; gravestone, 19. 440.

Walker, Quock, assault on, 1. 41 n.

Walker, Capt. Richard, 13. 303.

Walker, Robert, Boston estate, 1.
314, 317.

Walker, Robert J., as Treasury agent
in Europe, 13. 19.



WALKER-WALTER



445



Walker, Mrs. Ruth, exile in Amster-
dam (1615), 6. 62.

Walker, Samuel, of Boston, Wash-
ington Monument appeal, 2. 143,
144.

Walker, Col. Samuel, MSS. on John
Brown, 1. 379; on Pottawatomie
Massacre, 14. 4-5.

Walker, Susannah, marriage to Saml.
Welds, 6. 120.

Walker. Rev. Timothy [H. C. 1725],
of Concord, N. H., 6. 443.

Walker, Col. Timothy, at siege of Bos-
ton, 9. 49.

Walker, Timothy, of Charlestown,
6. 443.

Walker, Timothy, Commencement
part (1826) and biog. note, 5. 195,
195 n.; Master's oration (1829),
200.

Walker, Walter, 13. 303; gravestone,
19. 440.

Walker, William, filibuster, vignette
of bonds, 2. 71.

Walker, Zaref (? Zera), loyalist refu-
gee, 2. 234.

Wall, Jane [Mrs. Sherman], 2. 251.

Wall, Jane (Sayer), 2. 251.

Wall, John, 2. 251.

Wall, Rachel, hanged for highway
robbery, 19. 178-185.

Wallace. See also Wallis.

Wallace (Wallas), , Me. fisher-
man (1776), 2. 303.

Wallace, Alfred R., and discovery of
Darwinian theory, 8. 27, 50-51 ;
and levitation, 20. 446.

Wallace, David, "messmates"
(1841), 6. 73.

Wallace, John W., death announced,
1. 139.

Wallack, Moses, purchases confiscated
Boston estate, 10. 170.

Wallas. See Wallace.

Wallcut, Thomas, and beginnings of
M.H.S., 6. 278, 13. 81; Asst. Li-
brarian, 8. 343; port., 16. 146.

Walley, , sea-captain (1692), 9.

493.

Walley, Abiel, and probate records
(1752), 16. 108.

Walley, Major John, chosen captain
of Ancient and Honor. Artillery, 2.
125; in Phips's Quebec expedition,
9. 485, 15. 283-296, 301-303, 306,
314—315; Luscomb's petition on
action against (1686), 13. 265;
named for Council (1691), 14. 217.

Walley, John, subscribes to Mer-
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 208.



Walley, Miriam P. [Mrs. Hill], 11.
192. ■

Walley, Samuel H., Cotton Whig, 4.
30.

Walley, Rev. Thomas, Balm in Gilead,
9. 425-426; preface to Arnold's
election sermon, 434; preaches for
Mather (1675), 13. 351.

Walley, Thomas, purchases confis-
cated Boston estate, 10. 176.

Walley, Wilham, of Charlestown, 1.
137.

Wallingford, Conn., inn (1804), 2. 32;
royal arms formerly in, 4. 255-
257.

Wallis, ( ?) Harmond, at siege of Bos-
ton, 9. 71.

Wallis, Isaac, scholar at Townsend
(1772), 4. 386.

Wallis, John, drowned (1698), 14. 19.

Wallis, Jonathan, scholar at Town-
send (1772), 4. 386.

Wallis, Robert, sea-captain (1690),
7. 152.

Wallis, Suse, scholar at Towmsend
(1772), 4. 386.

Wallis, Sybel, scholar at Townsend
(1772), 4. 386.

Walpole, Horace, on Windsor chairs,
1. 147-148; on America (1774-77),
7. 7-8; liberal principles, 10.

Walpole, Sir Spencer, elected a
corresp. member M.H.S., 18. 454.

Walpole, N. H., called Number Three,
4. 404n.; in 1776, 6. 81, 88.

Walsh. See also Welch, Welsh.

Walsh, John, Commencement part
(1814) and biog. notes, 5. 178 n., 9.
284.

Walsh, Robert, corresp. with Adams
(1836) on slavery, 15. 450-452.

Walter, Ehzabeth, 3. 160.

Walter, Ma/or James, returns to Eng.,
3. 259. See also Sharpless por-
traits.

Walter, Jane [Mrs. McCleary], 15.
256.

Walter, Lynde, career, 15. 256, 257.

Walter, Maria (Van Buskirk), 15.
256, 257.

Walter, Maria L. [Mrs. McCleary], 15.
256.

Walter, Rev. Nathaniel, sermon at
siege of Louisburg (1745), 11. 424;
biog. note, 15. 256.

Walter, Rev. Nehemiah, preface to
Judgment of Several Divines, 9.
497; preface to Warning to the
Flocks, 526, 17. 29; biog. note, 15.
256; preface to Mather's Cases of



446



WALTER-WARD



Conscience, 17. 40; Unfruitful Hear-
ers, 60.
Walter, Thomas, of Norfields, Eng.,

3. 160.

Walter, Thomas, of Ireland, immi-
grant, 15. 256.

Walter, Rev. William, and Trinity-
Church, Boston, 10. 24-25, 15. 2.56;
in Boston society, 10. 33; plun-
dered before evacuation of Boston,
96; absentee loyalist, 164; con-
fiscated Boston estate, 184.

Walters and Norman, Pliiladelphia
publishers, 18. 395.

Walt ham, Mass., population (1790),

4. 136.

Waltham Plains, Mass. (1776), 6. 79.

Walton, Benjamin (1762), 7. 386.

Walton, George, diabolical perform-
ances against (1686), 14. 168-171.

Walton, George, Signer, 1. 282.

Walton, Gen. Valentine, septarchy
(1659), 7. 363.

Walton, Rev. William, at Marblehead,
2. 47.

Walworth, Reuben H., Harvard
LL.D. (1848), 5. 255.

Wampatuck, deed for Boston penin-
sula, 18. 188.

Wampshaws, Scatacook Indian, 6.
378.

Wannalanset, grant of land by, 13.
255.

Wannoowoozet, at Ft. Dummer
(1724), 6. 367.

Wanton, William, at St. John, 3. 82.

Wapalawit, Scatacook Indian, 6. 378.

War of 1812, Chesapeake-Shannon
fight, 1. 374-379, 10. 391; Lundy's
Lane, 6. 257; Dartmoor Prison, 7.
17, 10. 116; J. Q. Adams on N.
Eng. and, 383; on impressment as
cause, 384; on naval battles, 384—
385, 391; New Orleans, 13. 412-
423 ; Amos Binney and Charlestown
Navy Yard during, 16. 182-186;
and nationalism, 17. Ill, 115; im-
port,ance of Constitution-Guerriere
fight, 18. 119-123; Federalist's
opinion, 19. 367; Baltimore riot,
375, 378, 383, 384; Wm. Duane on
strategic points (1807), 20. .302-
303; on national unfitness (1809),
322; on means of avoiding (1809),
325-330; on administration, 350,
353-355; commissary-general, 351-
353; surrender of Hull, 355; N.
Eng. and possible Brit, strategy,
356-358; proposal of offensive
operations, 358; Duane on conduct



and mistakes, 360-365, 371-373,
375; suggested use of negro troops,
373-375.

War of the Austrian Succession.
See King George's War.

War of the Grand Alliance, Flanders
campaign (1694), 2. 176-177; ap-
proaching end, 185. See also King
William's War.

War of the Spanish Succession, tak-
ing of Venloo, 2. 193. *See also
Queen Anne's War.

War power, in provinces, 8. 104;
J. Q. Adams and emancipation
though, 15. 436-478 [see Adams].

Warburton, George, accepts spurious
Montcalm letters, 3. 202.

Warburton, Henry [M. P. 1830], 19.
459.

Warburton, Rev. William, Isaac
Watts on, 9. 408.

Ward. See also Warde.

Ward, Gen. Artemas [1], non-con-
sumption agreement (1786), 8. 496;
at interment of Warren, 10. 99.

Ward, Artemas [2], subscription for
M.H.S. building, 3. 291; Harvard
LL.D. (1842), 5. 236.

Ward, Benjamin, petition against
Aspinwall (1651), 12. 214.

Ward, Edward, Trip to New England,
extant copies, price, 10. 358.

Ward, Ephraim, minuteman, 12. 105.

Ward, George Atkinson, Harvard
A.M. (1845), 5. 248.

Ward, Hezekiah, non-consumption
agreement (1786), 8. 496.

Ward, Rev. John, at Haverhill, 2. 48.

Ward, John, Charleston lawyer (1805),

2. 25.

Ward, Jonathan, non-consumption
agreement (1786), 8. 497.

Ward, Major {Col.) Joseph, captured
(1778), 3. 123; at Boston dinner
(1776), 10. 103.

Ward, Mary [Mrs. Griswold], 19. 65.

Ward, Rev. Nathaniel, petition (1637),

3. 199; preface to Day-Breaking, G.
393; in Eng. (1647), 11. 7.

Ward, Richard, Sec. of R. I., 19. 24.
Ward, Major Samuel, 4. 300; in

Phips's Quebec expedition, 15. 299.
Ward, Capt. Samuel, in Arnold's

Quebec expedition, 2. 275, 293;

captured, 295.
Ward, Samuel G., 14. 395.
Ward, Thomas W., 14. 395.
Ward, William, of Marlborough, 4.

300.
Ward, William, autobiog., 14. 395.



WARDE-WARREN



447



- Warde, Mrs. Abigail, of Eng. (1665),
1. 138.

Warde, Augustine, of Eng. (1665), 1.
138.

Warde, Dionis [Mrs. Locker], 1. 138.

Warde, Gabriel, of Eng. (1665), 1. 138.

Warde, George, brother of testator
Jeffry, 1. 138.

Warde, George, son of Toby, 1. 138.

Warde, Jane [Mrs. Mills], 1. 138.

Warde, Jeffry, of Eng., will (1665), 1.
138.

Warde, Jeffry, son of George, 1. 138.

Warde, Jeffry, son of Toby, 1. 138.

Warde, Mrs. Margaret, of Eng. (1665),
1. 138.

Warde, Robert, of Eng. (1665), 1.
138

Warde, Thomas, son of Toby, 1. 138.

Warde, Thomas, son of Gabriel, 1.
138.

Warde, Thomasin [Mrs. Buffam], 1.
138

Warde, Toby, of Eng. (1665), 1. 138.

Warde, WiUiam, of Eng. (1665), 1.
138.

Warden, James, in Boston society,
10. 39; and Molasses Act, 60.

Warden, William, loyalist, confiscated
Boston estate, 10. 184.

"Warden," use in Portsmouth
churches, 16. 178.

Ward well, Samuel, witchcraft peti-
tion, 1. 70, 87, 110.

Wardwell, Mrs. Sarah, and witchcraft
indemnity, 1. 81, 87.

Ware. See also Weare, Wier, Wyer.

Ware, Abigail [Mrs. Park], 14. 446.

Ware, Ephraim, of Groton, 6. 429.

Ware, George F., Commencement
part (1838), 5. 223; biog. note,
223 n.

Ware, Rev. Henry [1], as prof., 3. 163,
10. 213; Harvard D.D. (1806), 5.
171 ; at Harvard Commencements
(1810, '27-43), 175, 196, 198, 202,
206-209, 216, 217, 222, 228, 241;
declines tutorship, 16. 304; biog.
note, 304 n. ; pres. 0B K (1787), 310,
312; ordination (1787), 336; men-
tioned, 338, 413; Master's oration,
439.

Ware, Henry [2], Commencement
part (1812) and biog. notes, 5.
177, 177 n., 9. 116 n; Harvard
D.D. (1834), 5. 215; (P B K poems
(1816, '24), 9. 116, 119; prayer



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