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Bellen. See Bellinger.

Bellero, Juan, map ignores Cartier's
voyages, 7. 306.

Bellestre, Picot6 de, letters to Levis,

4. 97; expedition (1757), 98.
Bellew, Capt. Henry, in Boston soci-
ety, 10. 32.

Bellin, Jacques N., Maritime Atlas, 1.
374.

Bellinger (Bellen), Col. (?) Peter, of
Mohawk Valley, 2. 446.

Bellingham, Gov. Richard, and Ann
Hibbins, 1. 186; buys land at Win-
nisimmet, 369; lives at Boston, 2.
47; insanity, 4. 316; broadside of
will and arguments on it, 6. 172 ; on



BELLINGHAM-BENSON



39



supply for Eng. fleet (1667), 12.
280; and framing of first Mass.
code, 16. 276-279; Jas. Savage on,
20. 243

Bellingham, Mass., inn (1804), 2. 32.

Bellio, Vittore, on Agnese's atlases,
11. 374.

Bellomont, Catharine Coote, countess
of, in Boston, 2. 126.

Bellomont, Richard Coote, earl of,
reception in Boston, 1. 153 ; death
and popularity, 155, 2. 127; ap-
pointed Gov., 124; arrives at New
York, 124; intelligence from Mass.,
125; prayed for, 125; at Boston,
125; occupation of future Province
House, 126-131; address of Conn.
Council (1697), 5. 296; address of
ministers to (1699), 9. 518; pub-
lished speech (1700), 522.

Bellot, Arthur, exile in Amsterdam
(1602), 6. 49.

Bellot, Mrs. Sarah [Mrs. Hatmercer],
exile in Amsterdam (1602), 6. 49.

Bellot, Scipio, exile in Amsterdam, 6.
49.

Bellows, Benjamin, innkeeper at
Walpole, 6. 81.

Bellows, Rev. Henry W., B K
prayer (1844), 9. 136; biog. note,
136 n,

Belot, Emile, studies in U. S. his-
tory, 5. 164.

Belsham, Thomas, and Priestley, 3.
19, 37; Answer to Wilberforce, 26,
27.

Belsham, William, ignores last royal
veto, 5. 158.

Beman, Capt. Thomas, in campaign
of 1760, 4. 389.

Bement, John, as Fort Dummer
(1724), 6. 366; Indian trader, 378.

Bemis, Martha (Wheatland), 9. 279.

Bemis, Mary E. [Mrs. Wheatland],
9. 279.

Bemis Heights. See Freeman's Farm.

Ben, William, biog., 8. 347.

Benbridge, Henry, at Philadelphia
Academy, 7. 341.

Bend, Rev. Joseph G. J., death, 19.
376.

Bendall, Edward, agreement as Win-
throp's creditor, 11. 186.

Bendall, Freegrace, recorder for
Suffolk Co., 12. 220, 226; atjtog.,
226; career, 226-227; estate, 227.

Bendall, Mariana [Mrs. Allin], 12.
227.

Bender, Margaret, and hanging of
Rachel Wall, 19, 178-185.



Benedict, Silas, killed at Wyoming

(1778), 3. 345.
Benedictine convent at Catania

(1829), 19. 451.
Benezet, Anthony, and antislavery,

20. 60.
Bennet. See also Bennett.
Bennet, , of Castleton, Vt.

(1776), 6. 87.
Bennet, Abel, at siege of Boston, 9.

84, 85.
Bennet, Elisha, new ship (1692), 7.

161 ; sea-captain, 164.
Bennet, Constance (Coward), exile in

Amsterdam (1602), 6. 50.
Bennet, Edward, exile in Amster-
dam, 6. 50.
Bennet, Francis, exile in Amsterdam

(1612), 6. 50.
Bennet, James, and Shays's Re-

belHon, 1. 301.
Bennet, Jonathan, on Indian scout

(1748), 6. 431.
Bennet, Joseph, exile in Amsterdam

(1612), 6. 50.
Bennet, Joshua, death at Wyoming,

3. 346.
Bennet, Mary (Jones), exile in Am-
sterdam (1610), 6. 50.
Bennet, Richard, exile in Amsterdam

(1602), 6. 50.
Bennet, Robert, 6. 197.
Bennett. See also Bennet.
Bennett, Barbara [Mrs. Murray], 3.

208.
Bennett, John, voyage to Boston

(1651), 3. 6.
Bennett, Joseph, Commencement part

(1818) and biog. note, 5. 184, 184 n.
Bennett, Peter, death, 13. 369.
Bennett, Susanna [Mrs. Spooner], 17.

176.
Bennett, W. J., engraving of Boston

(1833), 15. 162, 16. 145.
Bennett's Tavern, Hartford, 19. 383.
Bennington, battle of, 3. 104; Gen.

Chamberlin's narrative, 10. 503;

doggerel verses on, 504-506.
Benson, Miss [Mrs. Skepper, Mrs.

Montagu], letter from Burns, 2. 155.
Benson, Mrs., boarding-house keeper

in Philadelphia (1812), 19. 373.
Benson, Rev. Christopher, as preacher,

19. 463.
Benson, Egbert, 2. 9, 10; biog. note,

9 n. ; exposition of St. Croix River

boundary decision (1798), 3. 349-

361, 379.
Benson, Samuel, on Harvards of

Southwark, 1. 185.



40



BENT-BIBLE



Bent, Josiah, Commencement part
(1822), 5. 189; biog. note, 189 n.

Bentley, William, and Priestley, 3.
33; Harvard D.D. (1819), 5. 186;
letter to Crowninshield (1804) de-
clining chaplaincy, 8. 58.

Benton, Thomas H., on slavery agi-
tation, 3. 326; and Sparks "red-
line " map, 363-364 ; as demagogue
7.291; and Randolph, 292; length
of service in Senate, 10. 10; and
Jackson's papers, 18. 461 ; and tar-
iff (1832), 19. 523, 530; and Clay,
526 n.

Bequet, Francis M., 16. 392 n.

Bequet, Sarah (Wiggles worth), 16.
392 n.

Berkeley, George, gift to Trinity
Church, Newport, 4. 245 n.

Berkeley, John, baron, grant of Ba-
hamas, 13. 15.

Berkeley, Sir William, letter to M.
Littleton (1652), 3. 5.

Berkeley Street Church, Boston,
under H. M. Dexter, 7. 93.

Berkshire Life Ins. Co., gift to M.H.S.,
19. 224.

Berlin, docs, on Am. Rev. at, 3. 220;
in 1870, 20. 193.

Bermuda Islands, Indian slaves, 1.
411 ; conditions (1784), 6. 255-257 ;
trial of Quakers (1678), 9. 455;
collection of early tracts on, 12.
161 ; intercourse with Bahamas
(1649-63), 13. 14-15; commission
for govt. (1653), 35; Rich's be-
quest for schools (1636), 47 n. ;
Dudley's letter on ships at (1686),
231.

Bernard. See also Barnard.

Bernard, Lieut. -Col. Benjamin,
wounded at Lexington, 5. 396.

Bernard, Sir Francis, keeps a car-
riage, 1. 225; commission to Edw.
Winslow, 2. 231; ports., 4. 61, 66,
351; hist, of Copley port., 61;
and Mass. census, 137; presents
ports, of George I. and II. to Bos-
ton, 241 n.; and names in Berk-
shire, 5. 167; dinner (1764), 10. 33;
election vetoes (1666, '67), 62, 63;
and introduction of troops, 69,
20. 536; letters of, made public,
10. 71; joy at recall, 72; absentee
loyalist, 163; confiscated Mass. es-
tate, 168; sale and cat. of library,
546; and Stamp Act, 19. 111.
Bernard, John, letter (1785), 16. 285.
Bernardin de Saint Pierre, Jacques H.,
anecdote, 19. 375.



Berne, Henry, miniature of Wash-
ington, 5. 420.

Bernier, , letters to Levis, 4. 97.

Berriman, William, vestryman in

Va. (1635), 3. 5.
Berry, Doctor, of New York (1789),

16. 460.
Berry, Charles, witness (1789), 19.

181.
Berry, James (1692), 7. 164.
Berry, John, witness (1789), 19. 181.
Berry, Samuel, in campaign of 1760,

5. 356.
Berry, Capt. Thomas, in Phips's

Quebec expedition, 15. 289, 307.
Berry, Col. Thomas, at Louisburg

(1745), 11. 442.
Berryer, , letters from Levis,

4. 96.
Bertie, Willoughby, See Abingdon.
Berton. See also Burton.
Berton, , sea-captain (1766), 16.

208.
Berwick (Newichawannock), Me.,

Maverick on (1660), 1. 233; Indian

raid (1690), 7. 153.
Berzelius, Johan Jakob, baron, on

Rock of Runamo, 4. 58.
Besouet, , innkeeper at Trenton

(1804), 2. 33.
Bess, Jean [Mrs. Crandon], 3. 415 n.
Bethlehem, in 1832, 19. 498.
Bethlehem, Pa., described (1779), 2.

474; worship, 3. 129.
Bethune, Charles R. D., on John

Carter Brown Library, 12. 382.
Bethune, George, in Boston society,

10. 38, 39.
Bethune, Nathaniel, in Boston society

10. 39.
Betsey, Haitian black, plot, 2. 366 n.
Betsey, Boston brig at Cape Frangais

(1793), 2. 358.
Bettesworth, John, brief in prize

case (1755), 5. 101.
Bevan, , of London (1830), 19.

463.
Bevelun, Robert, conviction for coun-
terfeiting, 18. 260-263.
Beverly, , of Va., land sale (1766),

19. 110.
Beverly (Bass Cove), Mass., Maver-
ick on (1660), 1. 236; pastor or-
dained (1701), 14. 32.

Biar, , of N. Y. (1754), 7. 339.

Bible, germ of Mass. Bible Soc, 2.

106; Eliot's Indian translations,

9. 416, 419-420, 451, 468; extant
copies and price of Eliot's Bible,

10. 339-343, 352-354; Dieri trans-



BIBLIOGRAPHY-BIGELOW



41



lation of N. T., 13. 423; portions
in shorthand (1660), 16. 475; in
colon, schools, 19. 173. See also
ReUgion.
Bibliography, Elder Brewster's li-
brary, 3. 261-274, 5. 37-85; eds.
and copies of Columbus's first
letter, 306, 318; M.H.S. centen-
nial, 6. 203-249, 343-349; com-
parative rarity of printed sources
of N. Eng. hist, before 1630, 9.
181-192; eds. of Day of Doom,
269-274; Am. imprints to 1700,
in M.H.S. Library, 410-540, 11.
19-22, 12. 273-279, 380, 17. 13-
30, 19. 168; in Mass. Archives, 12.
279-285; in Am. Antiquarian Soc,
380; in John Carter Brown Li-
brary, 383-394, 17. 66-67; in
Boston Athenaeum, 12. 401-410,

17. 64-66; in Congregational Li-
brary, 12. 411-413; in Winthrop
Collection, 414-415; in HoUings-
worth Collection, 415-419; in Bos-
ton Public Library, 17. 30-56; in
Harvard College Library, 56-64;
in Public Record Office, London,
68-69; other possible imprints, 69-
75; list of titles of these imprints,
12.420-423,17.73-75; books con-
nected with N. Eng. Indians (1630-
1700), extant copies and price, 10.
327-360; early cats, printed in
Boston, 540-547, 17. 41-43; ex-
tant copies of certain early Am.
tracts, 12. 159-161; early Mexican
imprints, 395-400; first Boston
imprint, 13. 174-177; eds. of
Eliot's Copy of an Excellent Letter,

18. 468-471. See also Books.
Bickford, Jeremiah, killed at Wyo-
ming (1778), 3. 345.

Biddle, Miss, of Philadelphia (1804),
2. 11.

Biddle, James, medal, 2. 72.

Biddle (Bidwell), John, tavern-keeper
in Philadelphia, 7. 340.

Biddle, Nicholas, corresp. with Adams
(1836) on slavery, 15. 452-454; and
Adams (1832), 19. 528; and poli-
tics, 530.

Biddle, Richard, on Cabots, 11-
157, 160, 164, 168.

Bidlack, James, killed at Wyoming
(1778), 3. 345.

Bidwell, William, at siege of Boston,
9. 44, 47, 52, 59.

Bigalow, Isaac, appeal for aid of N. S.
church, 4. 69.

Bigelow. See also Bigalow, Biglow.



Bigelow, Andrew, Commencement
part (1814) and biog. note, 5. 178,
178 n.; Harvard D.D. (1844), 245;
subscription to Boston dinner
(1830), 6. 342.

Bigelow, Anna (Miller), 5. 482.

Bigelow, Charles H., 5. 459.

Bigelow, Clara (Bigelow), 5. 459.

Bigelow, Clarissa A. [Mrs. Chase], 17.
117.

Bigelow, Daniel, 5. 458.

Bigelow, David, career, 5. 458.

Bigelow, Deborah (Heywood), 5.
459.

Bigelow, Elizabeth, of Brookfield
(1762), 7. 387.

Bigelow, Erastus Brigham, in M. H. S.
group picture (1869), 3. vii.; Self-
taught Stenographer, 16. 476. See
also Erastus B. Bigelow Fund.

Bigelow, Francis, purchases confis-
cated Boston estate, 10. 176.

Bigelow, George Tyler, port, and
AUTOG., 5. front.; Memoir by G.
B. Chase, 458-482; ancestry, 458-
459; birth, 459; education, 459-
461; and Lyman Beecher, 461;
father's instructions to, 462;
teacher and tutor, letters home,
462-465 ; and law studies, 464-465 ;
style, 465; corresp. with Somerville
(1832-36), 465-470; lawyer, 469,
470, 472; milit. services, 470-472;
at Boston riot (1837), 470; in
Legislature, 471, 473; as judge of
Common Pleas, 473-474; refuses
to run for Congress, 474; as justice
of Supreme Court, 475-480 ; resigns,
480; later position, 481 ; death, 481 ;
as public speaker, 482; Harvard
Fellow, 482; marriage and chil-
dren, 482; Friday Club, 14. 473,
16. 465.

Bigelow, Rev. Isaac, sermons at
Groton (1775-76), 12. 87-92.

Bigelow, Jacob, in M.H.S. group
picture (1869), 3. vii.; nonagena-
rian, 9. 93; B K poem (1811),
114; biog. note, 114 n.

Bigelow, Deacon Jason, of Brookfield,
7. 385, 387.

Bigelow, John, immigrant, 5. 458.

Bigelow, John, presents ancient
maps, 2. 200 ; and index to foreign
docs, of Am. Rev., 3. 178, 216; on
Nini and statuette of Franklin, 20.
27-31.

Bigelow, John P., on com. on Boston
bicentenary, 2. 220.

Bigelow, Mary (Warren), 5. 458.



42



BIGELOW-BIRCH



Bigelow, Melville Madison, elected
a member M.H.S., 14. 127; on

Hist. MSS. Com. (1900), 163; re-
marks, 296, 17. 141, 19. 60, 20. 83;
on Bishop Stubbs, 15. 111-116;
on J. B. Tliayer, 16. 148-150; paper
on constitutional questions, 249;
on publication of Province Laws,
17. 87; on Nominating Com.
(1903), 129; report, 233; list of
publications (1903-06), 213, 18.
268, 19. 204, 20. 207; on Library
Com. (1904, '05), 18. 252, 454;
reports, 288, 19. 225; remarks on
punisliments in early Mass., 18.
467.

Bigelow, Theodore S., at Messina, 7.
322.

Bigelow, Col. Timothy [1], in Arnold's
Quebec expedition, 2. 275, 284; in
assault on Quebec, 293; captured,
295; ancestry, 5. 458; monument,
459 ; dispute over rank, 6. 125.

Bigelow, Timothy [2], contest in Mass.
legislature (1806), 20. 16.

Bigelow, Tyler, career, 5. 459; in-
structions to his son, 462.

Biglow. See also Bigelow.

Biglow, Abraham, Treas. oi B K,
9. 111.

Biglow, Aaron, minuteman, 12. 104.

Biglow, Horatio, and Baltimore mob
(1812), 5. 177.

Biglow, William, poem at B K
dinner (1811), 9. 114, 114 n.; biog.
note, 114 71.; 0BK song (1840),
131-132; death, 137; school
teacher, 18. 94.

Bigot, Frangois, corresp. with Levis,
4. 96, 97.

Bill, Capt. (?) Ephraim, of Norwich, at
Am. camp (1775), 9. 45.

Bill, Richard, subscribes to Mer-
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 208.

Billerica, Mass., minister ordained
(1708), 1. 160.

Billesby, England, docs, on Rev.
John Wheelwright's incumbency,

8. 507, 511-517.

Billings, Corporal, at siege of Boston,

9. 71.

Billings, Lieut. Benjamin, resigns, 2.

449.
Billings, Col. Edmund, of Braintree

(1779), 6. 511.
Billings, Capt. John, of Dorchester

(1728), 6. 487.
Billings, John, of Boston, subscribes

to Merchants' Notes (1733), 17.

208.



Billings, Richard, subscribes to Mer-
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 208.

Billings, Robert Charles, fund be-
queathed to M.H.S., 17. 227;
M.H.S. vote on bequest, 235. See
also Robert C. Billings Fund.

Billings, William, at Am. camp
(1775), 9. 49.

Billingsgate, Mass., Maverick's ac-
count (1660), 1. 243.

Bimbo, , innkeeper near Santee

River (1804), 2. 29, 34.

Bimetallism, importance of issue
(1896), 11. 115-118; silver piece
equivalent of gold dollar (1896),
334; Eng. and campaign of 1896,
15. 191.

Bingaman, Adam L., Commencement
part (1812) and biog. note, 5. 177,
177 n.

Bingham, Jerusha [Mrs. Kirkland],
9. 144.

Bingham, John A., and Reconstruc-
tion Acts, 19. 36.

Bingham, Joseph, Ecclesiastical An-
tiquities, 3. 37.

Bingham, Lieui. Lemuel (or Melatiah),
at siege of Boston, 9. 59, 60.

Bingham, Ensign Nathaniel, at siege
of Boston, 9. 68.

Bingham, Robert, Sectional Misun-
derstandings, 19. 277-279.

Bingham, William, letter to Rich.
Price (1786) on Am. Affairs, 17.
360; biog. note, 360 n. ; and French
treaty (1800), 20. 272.

Bingham School, N. C, view, 2.
71.

Binney, Amos, subscription for
M.H.S. building, 3. 291; works
on Boston defences (1814), 14.
152; characterized, 153; as Navy
Agent during War of 1812, 16.
182-186; trial for fraud, 185 n.

Binney, Barnabas, 3. 310.

Binney, Horace, Harvard LL.D.
(1827), 5. 197.

Binney, Mary [Mrs. Sargent], 3. 310.

Binninger, Abram, port, of Webster
owned by, 2. 262.

Binny and Ronaldson, typefounders,
20. 344.

Biographies, of Mass. provincial pe-
riod needed, 20. 587-590. See also
Memoirs.

Bioren, John, ed. of Federal laws, 20.
308, 312.

Birch. See also Burch.

Birch, William, in Boston society, 10.
72; absentee loyalist, 103.



BIRCH-BARK CANOE-BLAGDEN



43



Birch-bark canoe, described (1782),
4. 10.

Birchfield, M., Surveyor-Gen. (1710),
4. 151 n.

Birchwood. See Burchwood.

Bird, Benjamin, subscribes to Mer-
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 208.

Bird, Ebenezer, death, 14. 21.

Bird, Francis W., influence, 11. 392;
and G. H. Monroe, 18. 6, 9; in
Mass. Conven. (1853), 34, 36.

Bird, Rev. Samuel, at siege of Boston,
7. 409.

Bird, Samuel, Commencement part
(1809) and biog. note, 5. 174, 174 n.

Bird's Ordinary, Va. (1781), 6. 142,
143.

Bishop, , sea-captain (1694), 7.

166.

Bishop, Abraham, paper on, 19. 190-
199; training, 190-191; Anti-
Federalist lecture, 191; educ.
scheme, 191; in Boston, 192; first
pamphlet, 192; marriages and
offices, 192-193; and Yazoo lands,
193; in campaign of 1800, 193-
196; attack on estab. church, 196-
198; defence of embargo, 198; at-
tack on foreign missions, 199 ; char-
acter of writings, 199; letter from
Duane (1802) on books, Cheetham
affair, Jefferson and Burr, 20. 274.

Bishop, Ann (Johnson), exile in
Amsterdam, 6. 50.

Bishop, Bridget, and witchcraft in-
demnity, 1. 81.

Bishop, Capt. Daniel, at Am. camp
(1775), 9. 51.

Bishop, Henry W., in Mass. Conven.
(1853), 18. 34.

Bishop, Rev. John, at Stamford, 2. 49.

Bishop, Nancy (Dexter), 19. 192, 193.

Bishop, Nathaniel, petition (1637),
3. 199.

Bishop, Nathaniel, at Am. camp.
(1775), 9. 68.

Bishop, Phanuel, candidacy for Con-
gress, 16. 20.

Bishop, Samuel, appointment as col-
lector, 19. 196.

Bishop, Thomas, exile in Amsterdam,
6. 50.

Bishop, Capt. Thomas, at Boston
(1774), 10. 84.

Bishops, for N. S. (1788), 3. 76; Stiles
on Am. (1775), 17. 281; com. on
Am. (1777), 310.

Bismarck, Otto, ]urst von, and desk
on which Declaration of Independ-
ence was written, 12. 271.



Bissell, Lieut. Ebenezer Fitch, at siege
of Boston, 9. 44, 67, 81.

Bissell, Capt. Ozias, at siege of Boston,
2. 83-85, 88, 89.

Bithynians, migrations, 12. 108.

Bixby, David, killed at Wyoming
(1778), 3. 345.

Black, Henry, Harvard LL.D.
(1846), 5. 250.

Black, J. W., photogs. by, 5. 451, 7.
373.

Black, J. William, paper by, 12. 9.

Black Bartholomew Day (1662), 13.
127.

Black codes, Southern, influence on
reconstruction (1865), 19. 35.

Black Point, Me. See Scarborough.

Blackfriars, London, Sewall and
Beaumont on tragedy of (1623), 5.
43&-437.

Blackleach, Elizabeth, marriage li-
cense (1706), 5. 302.

Blackleach, John, sells land at Win-
nisimmet, 1. 369.

Blackman, Rev. Adam, at Stratford,
2. 49.

Blackmir, Roland, death at Louis-
burg (1745), 11. 445.

Blackstone, John, 2. 481.

Blackstone, Lorenzo, at disinterment
of ancestor's remains, 2. 480.

Blackstone, William, settlement at
Boston, 1. 367; remains disin-
terred (1886), 2. 480; marriage, 481.

Blackstone, Sir William, ignores last
royal veto, 5. 158; on natural
allegiance, 16. 328; J. Q. Adams
on Commentaries, 328, 354, 392,
443.

Blackwell, Frances (Lambert), 13.
21, 21 n., 21.

Blackwell, Francis, exile in Amster-
dam, 6. 50.

Blackwell, John, grant of Bahamas
(1650), 13. 5; career, 20-27; in
Boston, 21-25, 27; Gov. of Pa.,
25-27; on trade com. (1686), 248;
Merrimac grant, 255. See also
Blackwell's Bank.

Blackwell's Bank, paper on, 13. 24,
18. 63-81 ; preceding scheme
(1681), 63; presumed pamphlet on,
64-65; and scheme of 1714, 65-66;
text of MS. prospectus, 66-81.

Blackwood, F T. H. See Dufferin.

Bladensburg, battle of, influence on
New Orleans, 13. 412, 417.

Blagden, George Washington, re-
moves from State, 1. 41; elected
a corresp. member M.H.S., 76;



44



BLAGG-BLANDFORD



M.H.S. tribute to, 373; in M.H.S.

group picture (1858), 6. 78; port., 7.

374; in Mass. Conven. (1853), 18.

48.
Blagg, , of Southampton (1677),

4. 287.
Blague, , of Saybrook (1694),

7. 415.
Blaine, James G., port., 2. 394;

Winthrop on Twenty Years, 6. 75;

and Reconstruction Acts, 19. 36.

Blair, , spy (1778), 3. 121, 122.

Blair, Francis P. [1], and Jackson's

papers, 18. 462; and Pres. Johnson,

19. 396.

Blair, Francis P. [2], incident of
march through S. C, 15. 276.

Blair, John, absentee loyalist, 10.
163; confiscated Boston estate,
168.

Blair, John, of Va., and ratification
of Constitution, 17. 496.

Blair, Rev. Samuel, of Boston, instal-
lation (1766), 10. 26.

Blair, Rev. Samuel, of Philadelpliia,
accepts Universalism, 17. 369.

Blair, Theodoric, suggested for Su-
preme Court (1789), 15. 131; in
Va. Chancery, 19. 121.

Blair, Victor, purchases confiscated
Boston estate, 10. 168, 176.

Blaisdell, Rev. Silas, school , 4. 33.

Blake, , sea-captain (1767), 10.

63.

Blake, , (1787), 16. 339.

Blake, Charles (1814), 6. 259. _

Blake, Edward, card on Gilchrist
(1860), 14. 85 n.

Blake, Francis A., Commencement
part (1814) and biog. note, 5.
179 n.

Blake, George, subscription to Boston
dinner (1830), 6. 342; on Boston
com. on Mo. Compromise, 7. 120 n. ;
constitutional amendment (1831),
15. 217; exhibition parts (1788), 16.
408, 431; and Jackson's LL.D.,

20. 506-508.

Blake, Harrison G. O., Commence-
ment part (1835), 5. 215.

Blake, James, death (1700), 1. 154;
on John Foster, 4. 204.

Blake, James, expenses at Harvard
(1765-69), 5. 259-260; compass,
332.

Blake, John, coroner (1686), 13. 243.

Blake, Gen. John, port. (1816), 2. 395.

Blake, John W., letter (1814) on
Lundy's Lane and western lands,
6. 257-259.



Blake, Jones, letter (1814) on Lundy's

Lane, 6. 257.
Blake, Thomas, journal of Sullivan's

expedition, 2. 437 ; map owned by,

14. 167.
Blake, William P., Conveyancers'

Assoc, 14. 96 n.
Blake house, Dorchester, 14. 290.
Blakeley, Enos, killed at Cherry

Valley, 2. 450.
Blanc, Charles, on Dupre's medal of

Morgan, 5. 350.
Blanchard, , of N. S. (1829), 19.

441.
Blanchard, Benjamin, baptism

(1666), 12. 336.
Blanchard, Calvin, tablet commem-
orating, 10. 190.
Blanchard, Mrs. Hannah, 12. 336.
Blanchard, Isaac, 1. 392.
Blanchard, John, of Chelmsford

(1666), 12. 336.
Blanchard, Col. Joseph, map of N. H.,

3. 260, 18. 199; and battle of Lake
George, 318, 321, 323-324.

Blanchard, Joseph, killed at Wyo-
ming (1778), 3. 345.

Blanchard, Joshua [d. 1748], initials
on Old South corner stone, 8. 268;
career, 268.

Blanchard, Joshua, in Boston society
(c. 1770), 10. 39.

Blanchard, Josiah, baptism (1666),
12. 336.

Blanchard, Luke, tablet erected by,
10. 191.

Blanchard, Luther, tablet commem-
orating, 10. 190.

Blanchard, Vrylena [Mrs. Frotliing-
ham], 1. 392.

Blanchelande, Philibert F. R. de.
Gov. of Haiti, executed, 2.
336 n.

Blancher, Nathaniel, death of cliild
(1709), 14. 26.

Blanchford, Joseph, killed at Wyo-
ming (1778), 3. 345._

Bland, James, exile in Amsterdam
(1602), 6. 63.

Bland, Richard, on Va. Com. of
Corresp. 4. 82.

Bland, Theodoric, and reorganiza-
tion of army (1780), 1. 61; guber-
natorial candidacy (1788), 15. 124,
125; proposed for Congress (1787),
17. 478.

Blandford, Mass., troops at (1760),

4. 388.

Blandford, Va., action (1781), 19.
130, 131.



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Blaney, Aaron, commissary in Am.
army (1775), 9. 47.

Blaney, George A., acknowledgment
to, 14. 93 n.

Blaney, Hannah M. (Cazneau), 14.
93 n.

Blaney 's Tavern, Roxbury, 10. 46.

Blanton, William, Boston estate, 1.
312.

Blass(?), Prudence, 6. 55.

Blatchford, Samuel, port, of Webster,
owned by, 2. 262.

Blathwayt, William, and Cutts (1694),
2. 174; Mass. agent, 13. 238, 244,
331; character, 296.

Bledsoe, Jesse, intemperance, 7. 288.

Bledsoe, William, Ala. sheriff, 20. 518.

Blin, Abraham, in Am. army (1775),
7. 401.

Blin, Hezekiah, in Am. army (1775),
7. 401.

Blinkoe, Charles, of Mass. (1686), 13.
276.

Blinman, Rev. Richard, at Gloucester,
2. 47.

Bliss, , innkeeper at Palmer

(1777), 6. 89.

Bliss, Daniel, addresses to Hutchin-
son and Gage (1774), 14. 50 n., 51 n.

Bliss, George [1], career, 15. 22.

Bliss, George [2], Washington Mon-
ument appeal, 2. 143; career, 15.
22.

Bliss, Rev. John, preaches in Am.
camp (1775), 9. 46.

Bliss, Jonathan, address to Gage
(1774), 14. 51 n.

Bliss, Phebe [Mrs. Emerson, Mrs.
Ripley], 19. 387.

Bliss, William, on Roman sources on
Am. history, 11. 273-275.

Block, Pieter, prize case (1755), 5.
101.

Blockades, convention of Paris on
(1856), 1. 25; Ovieto incident
(1862), 2. 133; Lord Russell on
Southern (1861), 18. 133, 134; im-
portance in Civil War, 19. 324, 332.

Blodget. See also Blogget.

Blodget, Caleb, 16. 442.

Blodget, David, and Shays's Rebel-
lion, 1. 301.

Blodget, S., 16. 442.

Blodget, Samuel, drawing of battle
of Lake George, 5. 416-418.

Blogget, Anna, baptized (?1655), 12.
324 ; birth, 330.

Blogget, Daniel [1], removes to
Chelmsford (1655), 12. 324;
children, 330, 337.



Blogget, Mrs. Daniel, joins church,
12. 327.

Blogget, Daniel [2], birth, 12. 330.

Blogget, Nathaniel, baptism (1670),
12. 337.

Blogget, Thomas, birth, 12. 330.

Blois, chateau of, port, of Washing-
ton at, 6. 34.

Blome, Richard, ed. of Guillim's
Heraldry, 2. 250.

Blomfield, John, of Eng. (1669), 1.
137.

Blood, , of Groton, escape from

Indians (1676), 13. 403.

Blood, Captain, of Eng. (1693), 2.
174.

Blood, Aaron, recruit (1760), 6. 427.

Blood, Caleb, and Shays's Rebellion,
1. 301.

Blood, Harry John, photog., 4. 110.

Blood, James, MS. on John Brown,
1. 379.

Blood, Jonas, death in army (1776),
12. 102.

Blood, Josiah, recruit (1760), 6. 427.

Blood, Moses (1758), 6. 24.

Blood, Oliver, and Shays's Rebellion,
1. 301.

Blood, Robert, breaks jail (1686), 13.
263.

Blood, Robert, recruit (1760), 6. 427.

Blood, Royal, and Shays's Rebellion,
1. 301.

Blood, Sampson, recruit (1760), 6.



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