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(1822), 118; as prof., 10. 213; at
Philanthropic Soc. (1836), 19. 364,
366.



Ware, Henry [H. C. 1847], translates

Menendez's letters, 8. 416, 468.
Ware, John, in N. H. Council (1702),

8. 93.
Ware, John, 0BK poem (1817), 9.

116; biog. note, 116 n.
Ware, Joseph, journal of Quebec

expedition, 2. 267.
Ware, Rev. William, 0BK prayer
(1838), 9. 128; biog. note, 128 n.
Wareham, Rev. John, at Windsor,

Conn., 2. 49.
Warland, , of Cambridge (1787),

16. 312, 451.
Warner, , of Boston (1776), 10.

99, 104.
Warner, John, founder of Brookfield,

8. 281.
Warner, John, of Warwick, execution

against (1686), 13. 279.
Warner, John, of Lancaster, joins

church (1687), 4. 299.
Warner, Capt. John, at siege of

Louisburg (1745), 11. 423, 424, 432,

433, 436, 438, 439; sick, 427, 442;

death, 443.
Warner, Jonathan, of Portsmouth,

10. 102.
Warner, Samuel, in Brookfield, 8.

281.
Warner, Col. Seth, at Bennington, 10.

505.
Warner, William A., Commencement

part (1815) and biog. note, 5. 180,

180 n.; Master's oration (1818),

184, 184 n.
Warnerton, Thomas, and Mass., 16.

175; churchman, 177.
Warren, Abijah, recruit (1760), 6.

427.
Warren, Capt. Benjamin, in Rev.

army, 2. 443; on furlough, 451,

453; dams Lake Otsego, 459.
Warren, Charles Henry, Washington

Monument appeal, 2. 143; ances-
try, 3. 384; Commencement part

(1817), 5. 182; biog. note, 182?!.;

reprinted M.H.S. paper, 6. 244;

at0B K dinner (1845), 9. 139-140;

at Plymouth dinner (1845), 10. 398-

401; letters from Webster (1840,

;52), 15. 278-280; Webster's letter

introducing, 280.
Warren, Ensign (?) Ebenezer, wounded

(1760), 5. 371.
Warren, Ephraim, in Am. army

(1775), 12. 106.
Warren, George, 16. 413; as young

lawyer, 436.
Warren, George W., port, of Webster



. 448



WARREN



o^Tied by, 2. 263; Amory's Me-
moir, 3. 279.

Warren, Henry, s. of James [3], 3.
384, 9. 197, 16. 435.

Warren, Henry, s. of John, Com-
mencement part (1813) and biog.
note, 5. 178, 178 n.

Warren, Isaac, in Am. army (1776),
12. 101.

Warren, Jacob [1], joins Chelmsford
church (1674), 12. 338.

Warren, Jacob [2], baptism, 12. 338.

Warren, James [1], of Plymouth, 3.
402 TO.

Warren, James [2], 3. 402 n., 9. 199.

Warren, Gen. James [3], in Provin.
Cong., 3. 384; guest of Old Colony
Club, 401, 402, 414, 419, 433, 435,
439, 440; biog. notes, 402 ?i., 9.
197; host of club, 3. 418; pre-
sents Com. of Corresp.'s request
to club, 440; on Mass. Com. of
Corresp., 4. 82, 85, 88-90 ;_ circular
letter, 89; in Boston society, 10.
31, 106; chosen Speaker (1770),
75; politics (1788), 16. 413, 435;
letter to Gen. Thomas (1775) on
rank controversy, 18. 425.

Warren, Dr. John, article on Boston,
18. 328.

Warren, John C, 2. 25 n.

Warren, Jonathan Mason, Harvard
A.M. (1844), 5. 245.

Warren, Joseph, of Chelmsford, bap-
tism (1672), 12. 338.

Warren, Dr. Joseph, Frothingham's
biog., 1. 386; on com. of thanks
for Farmer's Letters, 10. 66; on
Liberty affair, 67; to instruct rep-
resentatives (1768), 68; celebrates
anniversary of Sons of Liberty, 68 ;
Massacre orations, 78, 90; and tea
question, 80, 82; conference on
Port Bill, 84; debate on Com. of
Corresp. (1774), 86; interment, 99;
characterized, 12. 141; killed, 17.
304.

Warren, Joseph [H. C. 1786], biog.
note, 16. 307 7i.

Warren, Josiah, in Am. army (1775),
12. 107.

AVarren, Marcia O. [Mrs. Torrey], 9.
197.

Warren, Mary [Mrs. Bigelow], 5. 458.

Warren, Mary (Hildreth), joins
Chelmsford church (1672), 12. 338;
cliildren, 338.

Warren, Mary (Winslow), 2. 243, 3.
384, 9. 197.

Warren, Mercy (Otis), biog. notes, 3.



402 n., 9. 197; corresp. with
Bowdoin (1790) on her poems, 12.
144-145; on her husljand's poli-
tics (1788), 16. 413, 433, 435.

Warren, Ohver, in Am. army (1775),
12. 107.

Warren, Pelham W., Commencement
part (1815) and biog. note, 5. 179,
179 n.

Warren, Penelope (Winslow), 9. 199.

Warren, .Sir Peter, and spoils of
Louisburg, 5. 13; prize cases,
88, 94; at siege of Louisburg, 11.
423-427, 429, 434, 435, 441, 444.

Warren, Richard, Pilgrim, 9. 199.

Warren, William, and Henry Lee,
19. 234.

Warren, Dr. Winslow [1], Commence-
ment part (1813) and biog. note,
5. 178 n.

Warren, Winslow [2] [Communica-
tions follow], on com. to pub.
Trumbull Papers, 4. 147, 343, 15.
25; Ust of publications (1888-
1905), 4. 348, 6. 405, 17. 214-215,
19. 206; presents gifts of others,

8. 291; on Nominating Com.
(1894, 1900), 504, 14. 1; reports,

9. 39, 14. 145; on com. on Ellis
Bequest, 10. 6; remarks, 11. 233,
12. 311, 424, 14. 445, 15. 24, 16.
290, 17. 75, 449, 18. 291, 19.
60; elected to M. H. S. Council
(1898, '99), 12. 190, 13. 80; and
proposed memorial ed. of Brad-
ford and Winthrop, 12. 260; pre-
sents report of Council (1900),
14. 127; on Auditing Com. (1903,
'04), 17. 129, 228, 18. 252; report,
285; on com. to pub. Heath
Papers, 297; on com. to pub.
Bowdoin and Temple Papers, 20.
201.

Communicntions : on George
Dexter, 1. 7-9; on Winslow an-
cestry, 2. 243; Winslow Papers,
3. 64-94, 20. 559; on statue of
Pitt in Dedham, 4. 298; on H. W.
Foote, 379-381 ; on S. C. Cobb, 6.
358-359; on Otis and battle of
Bunker Hill, 8. 55; Memoir of
H. W. Foote, 236-251 ; on papers
relating to Hutchinson, 291; on
Leverett Saltonstall, 10. 145-140;
on H. L. Pierce, 11. 214-216; on
Boston customs service, 12. 192-
195; on E. G. Porter, 13. 443-445;
Memoir of W. G. Russell, 14.
155-162 ; on communicating gift
of memorials of Gov. Brooks, 195-



WARREN-WASHINGTON



449



198; letter of Jefferson on Univ.
of Va., 395-398; on Eng. attitude
towards U. S., 15. 227-230; let-
ters of Webster, 278-281.

Warren, Mass., minister (1795), 3. 51.

Warren, R. I., in 1801, 4. 124-125;
inn, 135.

Warren, Am. frigate, 3. 128; captures
by (1778), 10. 107.

Warren house, Roxbury, view, 4.
109.

Warrenton, N. C, in 1805, 2. 21 ; inn,
31, 33.

Warriner, Mary [Mrs. Morris], 4. 210.

Warriner, Solomon, choir-leader, 4.
210.

Warwell, M. A., guest of Old Colony
Club. 3. 406, 407; reads to them,
407.

Warwick, Robert Rich, 3d earl of,
grant of Old Providence, 13. 8.

Warwick, R. I., Maverick on (1660),
1. 243; Am. troops at (1779), 6.
121.

Warwick, Va., Brit, raid (1781), 6.
137.

Warvdck, engagement (1747), 9. 15.

Warwick grant, copies of patent
(1632), 5. 288, 302.

Washbourne, Capt. Heriott, in Pari,
army, 13. 46.

Washburn, Alexander C, gift of
autogs. to M.H.S. from Mr. and
Mrs., 8. 168-169, 10. 23, 16. 144.

Washburn, Ebenezer, non-consump-
tion agreement (1786), 8. 497.

Washburn, Edith [Mrs. Greene], 17.
513.

W'ashburn, Capt. Edward R., 17. 511.

Washburn, Emory, in M.H.S. group
pictures (1869), 3. vii; (1858), 6.
78; on value of Province Laws, 4.
307; Lowell Lecture, 6. 208; re-
printed M.H.S. papers, 244; and
proposed increase in M.H.S. mem-
bersliip (1876), 10. 318.

Washburn, Gen. Francis, 17. 511.

Washburn, Harriet W. (Kimball),
17. 511.

Washburn, .Tohn, immigrant, 17. 511.

Washburn, John Davis, Memoir of
Stephen S.^LisBtmY, 2. 89-100;
incident at a class dinner, 91; on
Drake's landfall in Calif., 3. 274;
elected to M.H.S. Council (1887,
'88, '93-95), 298, 4. 119, 8. 201, 9.
39, 10. 137; on proposed Attucks
Memorial, 3. 314, 317; on com. to
present resolve on same, 318; on
Library Com. (1887), 318; on



com. on centennial of Washing-
ton's inauguration, 4. 158, 199;
gift to M.H.S., 5. 2; on Switzer-
land and treaty obligations, 7. 121;
M.H.S. tribute to, 17. 162; Memoir
by H. S. Nourse, 511-515; port.
and AUTOG., 511; birth and ances-
try, 511; character in youth, 512;
education, 512; teacher, 512; law
studies, 512; marriage, 513; in-
surance attorney, 513; polit. ca-
reer, 513; abroad, 514; Minister
to Switzerland, 514; in retirement,
514; death, 514; public trusts,
514; in Antiquarian Soc, 515;
writings, 515.

Washburn, John M., career, 17. 511.

Washburn, Mary F. (Putnam), 17.
513.

Washburn, Nehemiah, 17. 511.

Washburne, Elihu Benjamin,
M.H.S. tribute to, 4. 37-38; as
Minister at Paris, 37-38; writings,
38.

Washington, Booker T., policy, 19.
105.

Washington, Bushrod, Harvard
LL.D. (1827), 5. 197.

Washington, George, commemorative
medals, 1. 13; and Mass. navy
(1775), 17, 18; on condition of
army (1775), 20; and origin of
Am. flag, 28-29; and John Sulli-
van, 50; not first to be called
Father of his Country, 231; plate
belonging to, 255; letters to Bou-
quet in Parkman MSS., 361;
Peale's ports., 2. 156, 5. 419, 452,
6. 34, 11. 68, 18. 395 n.; hope in
Jersey campaign, 2. 224 ; visits
Sulhvan's returned force (1779),
476; and loyahsts' drugs in Bos-
ton, 3. 3; Mrs. Adams on death,
275; Everett's Serrice.R, 279; ap-
peal to, from Wyoming (1778),
344; and Saint-Simon, 4. 41;
engraving commemorative of
death, 55; letter to Henry offer-
ing State portfolio, 60; Sparks's
ed. of letters, 67; Du Simitiere's
port., 141-142; M.H.S. com.
on centennial of inauguration,
158, 199, 236, 336; pen and ink
sketch, 350; centenary of inaugu-
ration, 367-372; account of Brad-
dock's defeat, 5. 3; on relations
with Spain (1793), 17; "Piehle's"
port., 419, 452; "H. B." minia-
ture, 419; Winterbotham's en-
graving and Robertson's port.,



29



450



WASHINGTON-W ATERHO USE



419; port, at Blois, 6. 34; anec-
dote of extreme exactness, 349-
350; private letter-paper, 7. 450;
and Arnold's treason, 452; pre-
diction concerning (1755), 454;
Gushing on appointment (1775),
8. 61; Bowdoin on (1775), 2S9;
in Boston (1776), 10. 97, 98; de-
parts, 98; full length Stuart port,
in Eng., 11. 69; letter to Bowdoin
(1789) on patronage, 12. 143; let-
ter to Boucher (1772) on naviga-
tion of Potomac, 156; letter (1777)
on formation of Guard, 272 ; and
Wasliington Elm, 14, 173-175,

17. 128-129; Pickering's criticism
(1827), 14. 322; Marshall's reply to
this, 323; progress (1789), 15. 127;
comments on, by Va. Republican
(1792-96), 137, 139, 142-148, 150,
153, 154, 156; and medical de-
partment (1780), 363; humanized,
509; birthday as commemorating
patriotism, 512; dines with John
Adams (1789), 16. 461; at New-
buryport (1789), 463-464; on ob-
jections to Constitution (1787), 17.
102 n. ; reality of leadership, 110 n. ;
eye-^\'itness's account of taking
command of army, 129; and As-
gill episode, 426 n. ; and Federal
Conven., 4.56, 458, 462, 474; letters
to, on Ratification in Va., 476-478,
490, 496; and suggestion of presi-
dency, 489; Paul Revere's port.,

18. 83-85; Harvard diploma, 221;
Norman's engravings, 395; on
Gen. John Thomas, 423; letters to
Thomas (1775) on rank contro-
versy, 426; Savage's ports., 19.
4-7, 11; lost diary, 5n. ; Sav-
age's engravings, 6-11, 15, 18;
birthday celebrated (1782), 147 ; en-
graving after Bone miniature, 224;
on Pickering, 378; Mount Vernon

• and tomb (1812), 379-380; last
illness, 381 ; final opinion of Jeffer-
son, 384; birthday celebrated in
Rome (18.30), 455; port, on stamps,
20. 6-10; Houdon's bust, 8-9;
Stuart's Athenaeum port., 11; and
Cr^vecoeur, 67, 71-73. See also
American Revolution, Sharpless
portraits.

Washington, George A., letter to (?),
from Lafayette, 6. 170.

Washington, Martha (Dandridge |
Custis), with army (1779), 3. 130;
alleged Sharpless ports., 136, 179-
187; port, in "Wasliington Fam-



ily," 19. 9, 11; Stuart's port., 20.
11.

Washington, Mary (Ball), alleged
Sharpless port., 3. 185; Middle-
ton's port., 259.

Washington, P. G. (1836), 7. 264.

Washington, Col. William, planta-
tion (1805), character, 2. 27;
rumored exploits (1780), 19. 122,
133.

Washington, D. C, in 1804, 2. 16-17;
Jon. Mason on dissensions, 17;
national port, gallery suggested,
3. 8, 7. 10; apocryphal runic in-
scription near, 4. 59; in 1836, 7.
264; J. Q. Adams on slavery in,
15. 449, 465, 469; view (1834), 16.
145; centennial medal, 146; in
1812, 19. 376-382.

Washington, Pa., in 1836, 7. 271.

Washington, Oregon voyage (1787),
7. 416, 417. I

Washington Elm, credibility of tra-
dition concerning, 14. 173-175, 17.
128-129.

"Washington Family," Savage's
painting and engraving, 19. 8-12,
17.

Washington, Fort, N. Y., fate of de-
fenders (1776), 4. 298.

Washington Monument, dedicatory
medal presented, 2. 66; R. C.
Winthrop's connection, 67; Win-
throp on subscription boxes for,
140-147; T. H. Perkins and, 140-
142, 145-146; appeal to Massa-
chusetts people for funds (1853),
142-143.

Washington Oak at Mount Vernon,
liistory of acorns from, 19. 297-299.

Wasliington Treaty, as act of defer-
ence, 8. 17-19; Earl Granville
and, 20. 471.

Watanenok, name for Nashua River,
9. 195.

Watch for a Wise Man's Observation,
9. 519.

Water, first attempt at supply in
Boston, 1. 326; system at Bethle-
hem, Va. (1779), 2. 475; at Phila-
delphia (1827), 20. 387.

Waterer, Roger, exile in Amsterdam,
6. 62.

Waterhouse, Goodwife, treasonable
speech in Conn. (1662), 5. 291.

Waterhouse, Prof. Benjamin, letter
to Levi Lincoln (1829) on neglect
of Latin, 6. 168; publishes Latin
inaugural, 169; letter to Adams
(1836) on Adams's speech, Cuba,



WATERHOUSE-WATSON



451



15. 460; mentioned, 16. 409, 429,
451 ; biog. note, 409 n.

Waterhouse, David, and Andros
(1689), 9. 478.

Waterhouse, Samuel, absentee loyal-
ist, 10. 164.

Waterland, Rev. Daniel, Isaac Watts
on. 9. 401.

Waterman, Abigail [Mrs. Field], 19.
63.

Waterman, Flavins, killed at Wyo-
ming (1778), 3. 345.

Waterman, Foster, exhibition part
(1788), 16. 431.

Waterman, Capt. Jedediah, at siege
of Boston, 7. 410, 9. 76.

Waters, (1788), 16. 412.

Waters, Edwin F., gift to M.H.S., 7.
384; bequest to M.H.S., 9. 96.

Waters, Eliza A., gift to M.H.S., 10.
293.

Waters, Henry Fitz-Gilbert,
Waters- Winthrop map, 1. 211, 7.
338; discovers Maverick's account,
1. 231 ; aid for, 249, 252 ; researches
on John Harvard, 2. 119, 4. 82 ; ac-
count of his researches, 106; elected
a member M.H.S., 5. 264; reprinted
M.H.S. paper, 6. 244; Genealogi-
cal Gleanings, 15. 478; financial
backers, 478.

Waters, Josiah, Jr., purchases con-
fiscated Boston estate, 10. 168.

Waters- Winthrop map, discovery and
comments on, 1. 211-214, 7. 335-
338; on Wessagusset, 26; on site
of Salem, 30.

Waterston, Anna C. L. (Quincy), 8.
294.

Waterston, Helen [Mrs. Deane], 7.
47.

Waterston, Robert, gift to M.H.S.
from estate, 3. 254; career, 8. 292.

Waterston, Robert Cassie, in M.H.S.
group picture (1869), 3. vii; Har-
vard A.M. (1844), 5. 245; re-
printed M.H.S. papers, 6. 244-
245; PORT, and autog., 8. front.;
M.H.S. tribute to, 116-117; be-
quest to M.H.S., 171-173; Hymns,
186; Memoir by J. P. Quincj',
292-302; parents and birth, 292;
education, 292; clerk, 292; Sun-
day-school work, 293; at Divinity
School, 294; marriage, 294; pas-
torate, 294-296; and Parker con-
troversy, 295, 298; travel, 296;
drawings, 296; later years, 297;
decline and death, 297; as Uni-
tarian, 297-299; Lowell Lectures,



299; works, 300; and Humboldt
centennial, 300; antislavery and
polit. preaching, 300; character,
301; library, 302; — library passes
to M.H.S., 13. 208; realization
from bequests of, 14. 163; port.,

16. 145. See also next five titles.
Waterston Collection and Library,

bequest and fund, 8. 172, 173;
acquisition, 13. 208, 14. 163-164;
room for, 15. 25; history, 16. 135,

17. 219, 18. 276, 19. 210, 20. 214;
appearance, 17. 232; com. to pub.
cat., 235; income account (1904),

18. 284; (1905), 19. 220; (1906),
20. 225; cat. pub., 20. 83.

Waterston Fund, origin, 8. 172;
amount received, 14. 164; history,
15. 34, 16. 134, 17. 219, 18. 275, 19.
210, 20. 213; income account
(1901), 15. 41; (1902), 16. 142;
(1903), 17. 226; (1904;, 18. 285;
(1905), 19. 221; (1906), 20. 224.

Waterston Fund No. 2, origin, 8.
172; bequest received, 14. 164;
history, 15. 34, 16. 134, 17. 219, 18.
276, 19. 210, 20. 214; income ac-
count (1901), 15. 41; (1902), 16,
142; (1903), 17. 226; (1904), 18.
285; (1905), 19. 221; (1906), 20.
225.

Waterston Library. See Waterston
Collection.

Waterston Publishing Fund, origin,
8. 172; bequest received and ap-
propriated, 9. 241, 14. 163 ; history,
10. 129, 560, 11. 323, 12. 179, 13.
70, 14. 133, 15. 33, 16. 133, 17.
218, 18. 275, 19. 209, 20. 213; in-
come account, (1895), 10. 135;
(1896), 566; (1897), 11. 330;
(1898), 12. 186; (1899), 13. 77;
(1900), 14. 140; (1901), 15. 41;
(1902), 16. 142; (1903), 17. 226;
(1904), 18. 283; (1905), 19. 219;
(1906), 20. 223; use, 18. iii.

Watertown, Mass., ministers ordained
(1697, 1709), 1. 152, 14. 34; on
early map, 1. 211; Maverick's ac-
count (1660), 237; in 1650, 2. 47;
Browne house, 14. 291.

Watkins, Thomas, milit. watch
(1689), 1. 162.

Watkins, Walter K., gift to M.H.S.,
8. 197.

Watson, Abigail (Saltonstall), 3.
401 n.

Watson, Benjamin Marston [1], 3.
387.

Watson, Benjamin Marston [2],



452



WATSON-WATTS



records of Old Colony Club o-rnied
by, 3. 3S2; note on the club, 3S2;
communicates letter of Jos. Lord
(1733), 4. 311; elected a member
M.H.S., 6. 350; M.H.S. tributes
to, 10. 468-470; Memoir by E. E.
Hale, 12. 253-25S; port, and
AUTOG., 253; birth, 253; ancestry,
253 ; in college, 253-254 ; as nursery-
man, 255, 257; variety of interests,
255, 258; correspondents, letter
from Emerson (1859), 256; mar-
riage, 256; death, 258.

Watson, Sir Brook, 3. 81 ; letter on
Declaratory Act (1766), 11. 446.

Watson, Elizabeth [Mrs. Clarke], 3.
403 n.

Watson, Elizabeth [Mrs. Russell,
Lady Temple], 3. 401 ?i.

Watson, Elizabeth (Marston), 2.
^240 «., 3. 403 71.

Watson, Elizabeth (Oliver), 3. 401 n.

Watson, Elkanah, of Plymouth, 3.
387, 403 n.

Watson, Capl. Elkanah, grandson,
biog. notes, 2. 240 n., 3. 403??.;
guest of Old Colony Club, 390, 392,
396-401, 406-414, 419, 420, 433;
on Plymouth Com. of Corresp.,
441 n.

Watson, Elkanah, on Ed. Wins-
low, Jr., 3. 386, 414 n. ; biog. note,
403 n.

Watson, Ellen [IMrs. Davis], 3. 403 n.

Watson, Eunice (Marston), 3. 387.

Watson, Col. George [1], 3. 387;
biog. note, 401 n.; guest of Old
Colony Club, 401, 411, 414, 433,
435; letter from Ed. Bacon (1775)
on Lexington, 12. 345.

Watson, George [2], 3. 401 n.

Watson, John, of Roxbury, protest
against students' long hair (1673),
9. 99.

Watson, John [1], of Plymouth, 3.
403 n.

Watson, John [2], 3. 387

Watson, John [3] [H. C. 1766], biog.
notes, 2. 240 n., 3. 387; member of
Old Colony Club, 382, 389; record
of attendance, 389-444.

Watson, Rev. John L., 3. 403 n.;
Commencement part (1815) and
biog. note, 5. 179, 179 n.

Watson, Mayor Joseph, letter from
Wm. Duane (1827) on Philadelphia
affairs, 20. 387.

Watson, Lucia (Marston), 2. 240 n.,
3. 387.

Watson, Lucretia B. (Sturges), 12. 253.



Watson, Marston, biog. note, 3.
403 ti.; memoir, 7. 125.

Watson, Mary [Mrs. Hutchinson], 3.
401 n.

Watson, Mary (Russell), 12. 256.

Watson, Patience (Marston), 2.
240 n., 3. 403 n.

Watson, Phebe (Marston | Scott), 3.
401 n.

Watson, Sarah [Mrs. Brimmer], 3.
401 n.

Watson, Sarah [Mrs. Dana], 6. 264.

Watson, Sarah (Rogers), 3. 403 n.

Watson, Rev. Thomas, Body of
Divinity, 19. 389.

Watson, William, of Brookfield
(1762), 7. 399.

Watson, William [H. C. 1751], of
Plymouth, biog. notes, 2. 240 n., 3.
403 n. ; guest of Old Colony Club,
390, 391, 401, 406, 409, 410, 412,
415, 419, 433, 435; present to
club, 435; on Plymouth Com. of
Corresp., 441 n.

Watson, William, of Hartford (c.
1840), 6. 264.

Watts, George F., exWbit of pictures,
1. 362.

Watts, Rev. Isaac, letters to Benj.
Colman (1723—17) on interchange
of books, sermons, health, etc., 9.
331-334, 336-410; to Elisha Wil-
liams (1738), 334-336; on Belcher,
331, 337, 347, 350, 353, 382, 388,

390, 404; on Trinity, 332, 336, 340,
409; on Cotton Mather and Har-
vard, 332, 343; sends books to
Yale, 332, 336, 347, 356, 361, 376,
396, 409; and to Harvard, 333,
341, 346, 347, 355, 376, 396, 409,
12. 150, 151 ; inmate of Abney's
house, 9. 334; on Edwards's Nar-
rative, 335, 353, 356, 360, 364; on
Indian missions, 335, 349, 351, 354,
357, 363, 375, 407 ; on Thos. Hutch-
inson in London, 337, 382, 386; on
baptism and treatises of Judah
Monis, 339, 401; on subscribing
and nonsubscribing, 339 ; on Shute
and Mass., 339, 344, 345; on oppo-
nents, 341 ; on Christ's human soul,
342; on Gov. Burnet, 344, 345; on
Great Awakening, 349, 386, 389

391, 392, 396-404, 406, 407; on
Major Mason, 349, 354; sends port,
to Harvard, 351; Catholicism, 351;
on paper money, 354, 369; on
Isaac Hollis, 354; on Mrs. Rowe's
works, 357, 361; on coincidence of
Doddridge's and Guyse's para-



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phrases, 358; on Edmund Quincy,
359; on toleration in R. I., 364;
paralytic stroke, 364; on Hillhouse
controversy, 364, 369, 372, 377,
384, 391; sends books to Conn,
libraries, 364, 368, 377, 379; on
Psalms, 365, 368; on Thompson's
poetry, 366; on circulating libra-
ries, 368; on estab. church, 371;
on support of country dissenting
churches, 373, 377; on Whitefield,
374, 379, 381, 383, 387, 391, 392,
394, 397, 401, 404, 407; on Metho-
dists, 375, 381, 383, 398; on Coward
Bequest, 381, 386; on Scougal's
work, 385; on original sin, 389; on
Edwards's Distinguishing Marks,
389, 392, 395; and Wilson's work
on Indian instruction, 393; on
Moravians, 398, 402; on Hymns,
401, 408; preface to account of
Boston Conven. (1743), 404; on
Warburton's work, 408; other N.
Eng. correspondents, 410; — letters
to Pres. Holyoke (1738) congratula-
tory and on Col. Quincy, 12. 149;
(1739-42) on health, works. Brack-
stone, 150-152.

Watts, Jane (Smyth) [Mrs. Preston],
exile in Amsterdam -(1606), 6.
62.

Watts, Jenny C, and J. Q. Adams's
diary, 16. vi; and Chamberlain's
"Chelsea," 20. 148.

Watts, Richard, exile in Amsterdam
(1606), 6. 62.

Watts, Samuel, exile in Amsterdam,

6. 62.

Wawwankhawneck, at Ft. Dmnmer

(1724), 6. 367.
Way, Aaron, land in present Revere,

7. 138.

Way, Lieut. Richard, Boston house
burned (1676), 13. 411.

Way, Sir Samuel, gift to M.H.S., 13.
423-424.

Way, William, certificate of church
membership (1678), 11. 226.

Wayland, Francis, Harvard D. D.
(1829), 5. 201; at Harvard Com-
mencement (1836), 217; <P B K
prayer (1826), 9. 120; biog. note,
120 n.; oration (1836), 126; at
Plymouth anniversary (1845), 10.
395 n., 396.

Wayman. See also Weighman,
Wiman, Wyman.

Wayman, Richard, in Va. (1651), 3. 6.

Waymouth, George, kidnaps Indians,
3. 36, 36 n. ; extant copies of



Rosier's True Relation, 9. 182, 12.
160.
Wayne, Gen. Anthony, Stony Point,

2. 461; in Philadelphia campaign,

3. Ill; at Ticonderoga (1776), 6.
87; in Va. campaign (1781), 141,
144, 19. 126, 129, 132 ; wounded, 6.
149; Savage's port., 19. 8, 16; anec-
dote (1782), 159.

Weare. .See also Ware.

Weare, Peter, and Sewall, 1. 323.

Weare, Capt. Richard, death in

Burgoyne's campaign, 3. 103, 104.
Weather, drought in Mass. (1697),

1. 150, 151; storm in Europe

(1703), 157; thunder-storm In Feb.,

158; severe winters in Mass. (1703),

156; (1804-5), 2. 17, 21, 24;

(1779-80), 8. 113; (1764-65), 16.

196; "dark day," 8. 114; great

hail storm (July, 1797), 114-115;

near Boston (1714), 221-225;

storms in Boston (1765-78), 10.

58-59; winter at St. Petersburg,

386; storms in Mass. (1701-3),

14. 20-23; snow in Boston (Sept.,

1703), 33; storm at Middletown

(1708), 34; sudden changes in N.

Eng., 16. 318.
Weatherby. .See also Wetherbee.
Weatherby's Inn, Menotomy Pond,

10. 46.
Weathersfield, Conn., in 1795, 3. 49.
Weathersfield, Vt. (1776), 6. 82.
Weaver, Edward, death (1717), 8.

216.
Webb, , maltster in Boston

(1714), 8. 222.
Webb, Captain, of Sandwich, Mass.

(1778), 2. 238.
Webb, Abner, 3. 170.
Webb, Alexander S., port, of Webster

owned by, 2. 262.
Webb, Alice (Goodfellow), 6. 52.
Webb, Alice L. [Mrs. Lothrop], 3. 170.
Webb, Benjamin, of Braintree, 6. 488.
Webb, Catharine (Sedgwick), 3. 170.
Webb, Edmund, exile in Amsterdam

(1607), 6. 62.
Webb, EUsha, works on Boston

defences (1814), 14. 152; charac- -

terized, 153.
Webb, Foster, candidacy (1782), 19.

151.
Webb, Capt. George, of Mass., in

Am. army, 6. 126; in Va. campaign

(1781), 135, 141, 145; at siege of

Yorktown, 151.
Webb, George, of Va. (1782), 19. 151.
Webb, Mrs. Grace, 12. 246.



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Webb, Henry, agreement as Win-
throp's creditor, 11. 186.

Webb, Sergeant Henry, in Am. army
(1779), 6. 129.

Webb, Lieut. James, of R. I., cap-
tured at Quebec (1775), 2. 295.

Webb, Ensign James, of Mass., fur-
lough (1778), 6. 106.

Webb, James Watson, challenge of
Cilley, 12. 287.

Webb, John [1], of Braintree, 1. 159;
chosen representative, 159, 160.

Webb, Rev. John [2], ordained (1714),



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