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135; (1896), 566; (1897), 11.

330; (1898), 12. 186; (1899), 13.

74; (1900), 14. 137; (1901), 15.

41; (1902), 16. 142; (1903), 17.

226; (1904), 18. 285; (1905), 19.

221; (1906), 20. 225.
William and Mary, in Phips's Quebec

expedition, 15. 307.
William and Mary College, name as

royal memorial, 4. 250.
William and Mary, Fort, N. H., name

as royal memorial, 4. 244.



468



WILLIAM AND MARY-WILLIAMS



William and Mary, Fort, N. Y., name
as royal memorial, 4. 247.

William Galley, prize case (1752), 5.
99.

William H. Brett Eng^a^^ng Co.,
gift to M.H.S., 3. 283.

William Henry, Fort, Me., name as
royal memorial, 4. 244.

William Henry, Fort, N. Y., Levis's
plan, 4. 94; name as royal me-
morial, 247.

William Winthrop Fund, becomes
available, 1. 172; history, 174, 2.
73, 397, 3. 285, 293, 4. Ill, 352, 5.
441, 6. 407, 7. 375, 8. 187, 9. 30,
10. 126, 558, 11. 321, 12.-177, 13.
68, 14. 131, 15. 31, 16. 132, 17. 216,
18. 273, 19. 207, 20. 210; income
account (1884), 1. 177; (1885),
2.76; (1886), 400; (1887), 3. 288;
(1888), 4. 115; (1889), 356; (1890),

. 5. 445; (1891), 6. 411; (1892), 7.
379; (1893), 8. 192; (1894), 9. 34;
(1895), 10. 133; (1896), 564;
(1897), 11. 327; (1898), 12. 183;
(1899), 13. 74; (1900), 14. 137;
(1901), 15. 39; (1902), 16. 141;
(1903), 17. 225; (1904), 18. 282;
(1905), 19. 219; (1906), 20. 223;
use, 1. 172, 2. 70, 393, 3. 281,
4. 108, 349, 5. 449, 6. 415, 7. 372,
8. 195, 9. 25, 10. 123, 568, 11. 332,
12. 188, 13. 78, 14. 142, 15. 43,
16. 144, 17. 228, 18. 286, 19. 222;
binding of Winthrop MSS. charged
to, 4. 65; addition, 19. 304; re-
striction on use, 304.

Williams, , innkeeper at Dum-
fries, Va. (1804), 2. 33.

Williams, Mrs., of Cockland's Creek,
Va. (1781), 6. 157.

Williams, Captain, in Boston society
(1773), 10. 50.

Williams, Doctor (1787), 16. 334._ _

Williams, Goodman, of Boston, suicide
(1677), 7. 169.

Williams, Abraham, of Marlborough,
4. 300.

Williams, Mrs. Alice, exile in Amster-
dam (1604). 6. 63.

Williams, Andrew, of R. I. (1775), 9.
41.

Williams, Ardelia, of Baltimore, 19.
376.

Williams, Arthur, shipwrecked (1645),
8. 9.

Williams, Mrs. Benjamin, of Balti-
more, 19. 376.

Williams, Caroline E., and Price
Papers, 17. 263.



Williams, Daniel, and Shays's Re-
beUion, 1. 301.

Williams, David, writings, 20. 342.

Williams, David R., in Congress, 19.
381.

Williams, Mrs. Delia, exile in Amster-
dam (1607), 6. 63.

Williams, Ebenezer, soldier, re-
prieved (1778), 6. 119; pardoned,
120.

Wilhams, Sergeant (?) Ebenezer, in
Am. army (1777-79), 6. 100, 119,
122, 123.

Williams, Edward, exile in Amster-
dam (1604), 6. 63.

WiUiams, Major Edward, captured
at Freeman's Farm, 3. 107.

Williams, Ehhu, killed at Wyoming
(1778), 3. 345.

Williams, Rev. Eliphalet, at Dwight's
inauguration (1795), 3. 46; biog.
note, 46 n.

WiUiams, Rev. EUsha, letter from
Isaac Watts (1738), 9. 335; Watts
on news of retirement, 371 ; and
Watts, 405, 406; sermon at Louis-
burg (1745), 11. 440, 441; and
New London (1743), 15. 9.

Williams, Elisha, of Hudson, N. Y.
(1812), 19. 369.

Williams, Eliza M. [Mrs. AUine], 14.
80.

WiUiams, Elizabeth [Mrs. Field],
ancestry, 19. 63.

WiUiams, EUzabeth [Mrs. Wilson],
17. 176. .

Williams, Elizabeth [Mrs. Zetwell],
exile in Amsterdam (1601), 6. 63.

WiUiams, Elizabeth M. (Mansfield)
[Mrs. Knapp], 5. 3.

WUliams, Eunice (Mather), killed by
Indians, 1. 157.

WUliams, Francis, churchman in
N. H., 16. 177.

WUliams, H., port, of J. C. Phillips,
6. 417.

Williams, Helen Maria, hymn, 17. 137.

Williams, Henry, port, of Webster
owned by, 2. 263.

Williams, Jacob, of Conn., at siege of
Boston, 9. 73, 78, 84.

WiUiams, Jacob, of Groton, and
Shays's RebeUion, 1. 301.

Williams, James, Rise and Fall of
Modern Republic, 20. 253-256.

Williams, Jason, and Shays's Re-
bellion, 1. 301.

Williams, Jenny, 16. 413.

WiUiams, Job, guest of Old Colony
Club, 3. 420, 425, 427.



WILLIAMS



469



Williams, John, exile in Amsterdam

(1594), 6. 64.
Williams, John, exile in Amsterdam

(1608), 6. 63.
Williams, Rev. John, of Deerfield,

captured by Indians (1704), 1.

157, 14. 29; released, 1. 158.
Williams, Inspector-Gen. John, threat-
ened by Boston mob (1768), 10. 66;

confronts Sons of Liberty, 68.
Williams, John, of Conn., at siege of

Boston, 9. 43, 61, 76.
Williams, John, killed at Wyoming

(1778), 3. 345.
Williams, John, purchases confiscated

Dorchester estate, 10. 184.
Williams, Capt. John, of Groton, and

Shays's Rebellion, 4. 159.
Williams, John, non-consumption

agreement (1786), 8. 497.
Williams, John D., subscription for

M.H.S. building, 3. 291.
Williams, John M., Harvard LL.D.

p845), 5. 248.
Williams, Jonathan, of Pepperell,

recruit (1760), 6. 429.
Williams, Jonathan, of Boston, house

burned (1767), 10. 55; and tea

question, 81; characterized, 12.

142.
Williams, Capt. Joseph, in Boston

society (1768), 10. 36.
WilHams, Col. Joseph, of Roxbury,

house during siege of Boston, 9.

48-55; conversation with, 56.
WilUams, Joseph, of (?) Conn., at

Am. camp (1775), 9. 49.
Williams, Leonard, Mass. non-con-
sumption agreement (1786), 8. 497.
Williams, Lewis, of St. Albans, Eng.,

3. 254.
Williams, Louisa [Mrs. Hudson], 4. 28.
Williams, Mrs. Magdalena, exile in

Amsterdam (1616), 6. 63.
Williams, Margaret [Mrs. Urchin,

Mrs. Mitchell], 6. 62.
Williams, Margery (Dale), exile in

Amsterdam (1608), 6. 63.
Williams, Mary [Mrs. Sanford], exile

in Amsterdam (1616), 6. 63.
Williams, Mrs. Mary. w. of Roger, 3.

258.
Williams, Mary, d. of Roger, 3.

258.
Williams, Moses, subscription to

Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342.
WiUiams, Rev. Nathan, of Tolland, 3.

51; biog. note, 51, 51 n.
Williams, Capt. Nathaniel, of Boston

(1698), 2. 124.



Williams, Col. (?) Otho Holland, in
N. C. campaign (1781), 19. 124.

Williams, Robert, b. of Roger, letter
to John Winthrop (1649) on R. L
and N. Eng. Confed., 3. 256.

Williams, Robert, of Roxbury, pro-
test against students' long hair
(1673), 9. 99.

Williams, Robert, of Boston, and
milit. watch (1686), 13. 257.

Williams, Robert B. G., Commence-
ment part (1818) and biog. note,
5. 183 n.

Williams, Roger, at Charter-House
(1621), 3. 254.

Williams, Roger, fictitious port., 1.
220, 5. 155; Apostle Eliot on, 2.
48; early history, 3. 253; letters,
254; letter to John Winthrop (1649)
on conditions in Eng., 257 ; letter to
Commissioners of N. Eng. Confed.
(1672) on Quakers, 258; and John
Cotton, 305; Key into Language of
America, reprints, extant copies,
price, 6. 343-344, 10. 335; Chas.
Deane on, 7. 73 ; and Indian rights,

8. 47; on Stephen Winthrop
(1652), 12. 209; George Fox
Digged out of his Burrovves, 386;
descendants, 19. 64.

Williams, Rufus, killed at Wyoming
(1778), 3. 345.

Williams, Samuel, of Roxbury, pro-
test against students' long hair
(1673), 9. 99. _ .

Williams, Samuel, death at Wyoming,
3. 346.

Williams, Pro/. Samuel[l], 16.413, 451.

Wilhams, Samuel [2], 16. 341, 347,
413; biog. note, 341 n.

Williams, Samuel, exhibition part
(1780), 18. 222.

Williams, Seth, Jr., guest of Old
Colony Club, 3. 408.

Williams, Sidney B., chocolate mill,
11. 390.

Williams, Solomon, and Isaac Watts,

9. 377.

Williams, Rev. Stephen, journal

(1745-49), 6. 392; port., 417;

sermons at Louisburg (1745), 11.

437-443.
Williams, Thomas, Pilgrim at Leyden,

17. 176.
Williams, Thomas, Indian deed

(I7OO), 5. 299.
Williams, Dr. Thomas, account of

battle of Lake George, 18. 324.
Williams, Thomas, address to Gage

(1774), 14. 51 n.



470



WaLLIAMS-WILLSON



Williams, Capt. Thomas, in Arnold's

Quebec expedition, 2. 275.
Williams, Senator Thomas H., death

(1851), 13. 314.
Williams, Senator Thomas Hill [d.

1850], career, 13. 313.
Williams, Timothy, subscription for

M.H.S. building, 3. 291.
Williams, William, from Bedfordshire,

exile in Amsterdam (1607), 6. 63.
Williams, William, from London,

exile in Amsterdam (1603), 6. 64.
Wilhams, William, of Eng., f. of

Roger, 3. 254.
Williams, William, Cambridge Ephe-

meris (1685, '87), 9. 464, 473.
Williams, Rev. William, ordained at

Watertown (Weston) (1709), 14.

34.
Williams, William, Signer, 1. 281 ;

biog. note, 3. 263; and signing of

Declaration, 370, 373-375.
WiUiams, William [H. C. 1798], and

class reunion (1848), 5. 255.
Williams, William Trumbull, autog.,

3. 263.
Williams College, services of H. E.

Scudder, 17. 159.
Williamsburg, Va., name as royal

memorial, 4. 250; Am. forces at

(1781), 6. 149; battle (1862), 10.

434; Brit, at (1781), 19. 129, 130.
Williamsburg County, Va., name as

royal memorial, 4. 250.
Williamson, , sea-captain (1774),

10. 85.

Williamson, , owner of Buffing-
ton's Island, Ohio River (1836), 7.
276.

Williamson, David, witnesses Mul-
lins's vdW, 5. 34; presence at Ply-
mouth (1621), 35; identity, 37.

Williamson, Col. {Gen.) George, in
campaign of 1760, 4. 408; and Brit,
army, 20. 332.

Williamson, George, of Halifax (1783),
2. 241.

Williamson, Hugh, and Va. miht.
grants, 17. 509.

Williamson, Joseph, gift to M.H.S. ,

11. 179; correction of, 179; elected
a corresp. member M.H.S., 285;
death announced, 16. xviii, 477.

Willing, Richard, 2. 12.

Willing, Thomas, and vote on Inde-
pendence, 1. 275; mentioned, 2.
11 ; biog. note, 11 n.

Willington. See also Wellington.

Willington, Ensign Elisha, in Va.
campaign (1781), 6. 138.



AVillington, John (1762), 7. 386.
Willington, Roger, of Brookfield, 7.

384.
Willis. See also Wyllys.
Willis, , brings news of Hobkirk

Hill, 19. 133.
Willis, Abigail, note on Rev. John

Bailey, 9. 478.
Willis, Anna [Mrs. Jones], exile in

Amsterdam (1613), 6. 63.
Willis, Capt. Benjamin, 16. 303;

biog. note, 303 n.
Willis, Charles, Jr., descent, 9.

478.
Willis, Eliakim, and Maiden's in-
structions on Independence, 1. 337;

house, 338.
Willis, Mary (Ball), 16. 303 n.
Willis, Nathaniel, descent, 9. 478.
Willis, Samuel, 5. 293; complaint

against Fitch (1698), 297; witnesses

deed, 305.
Willis, Sarah [Mrs. Sargeant, Mrs.

Popkin], 1. 338.
Willis, Simon, exile in Amsterdam

(1613), €. 63.
Willis, Thomas, controversy over

clerkship (1654), 13. 18.
Williston, Lieut. Consider, at siege of

Boston, 9. 81.
Willoughby, Lord , as Gov. of

Barbadoes, 4. 279.
Willoughby, B. L., gift to M.H.S.,

3. 283.
Willoughby, Francis [1], of Charles-
town, 7. 150.
Willoughby, Francis [2], death (1677),

7. 168.
Willoughby, Margery [Mrs. Hart],

exile in Amsterdam (1613), 6. 53,

63.
Willoughby, Mrs. Margaret [Mrs.

Hammond], 7. 150.
Willoughby, William, death (1677),

7. 168.
Wills. See also Wells.
Wills, Robert, at Cherry Valley, 2.

447, 452.
Wills, abstracts of various Eng.

(1623-1726), 1. 135-138; facsim.

of Peregrine White's (1704), 3.

133-135; Robert Wheelwright's

(1612), 8. 508; John Foster's

(1681), 19. 58. See also Probate.
Willson. See also Wilson.
Willson, John, scholar at Townsend

(1772), 4. 386.
Willson, John, of Boston, absentee

loyalist, 10. 164.
Willson, Joseph, scholar at Towns-



WILLSON -WILSON



471



end (1772), 4. 386; in Am. army

(1775), 12. 107.
Willson, Mrs. Rachael, Quaker

preacher, 10. 26.
Willson, Sarah, scholar at Townsend

(1772), 4. 386.
Willy. See also Willey.
Willy, Isaac, 3. 200.
Willy, Mrs. Johanna, letter of recom-
mendation to Saybrook church

(1650), 3. 200.
Wilmington, Del., inn (1804), 2. 33;

royal memorials, 4. 249, 253;

tavern (1812), 19. 382.
Wilson. See also Willson.
Wilson, Miss, sister of "Christopher

North," appearance, 19. 472.
Wilson, Mrs., innkeeper at Greenville,

5. C. (1805), 2. 31.

Wilson, Benjamin [1], of Townsend,

6. 429.

Wilson, Benjamin [2], recruit (1760),
6. 429.

Wilson, Caleb, works on Boston de-
fences (1814), 14. 151; character-
ized, 153.

Wilson, Daniel, and R. I. boundary
dispute (1731), 19. 26.

Wilson, Dr. Daniel, and Menana in-
scription, 4. 56.

Wilson, Elizabeth (Nicholas), Pil-
grim at Ley den, 17. 180.

Wilson, Elizabeth (Williams), Pil-
grim at Ley den, 17. 176.

Wilson, EUzabeth [Mrs. Low], 4. 161,
161 n.

Wilson, Henry, Pilgrim at Leyden,

17. 180.

Wilson, Henry, Conscience Whig, 3.
147, 4. 30, 13. 201; length of
service in Senate, 10. 10; and
diarists, 486; and Know-Nothings,
11. 392; and coalition of 1852,
13. 201; in Mass. Conven. (1853),

18. 34, 36, 44.

Wilson, James, Signer, 1. 282; and
affairs in 1778, 10. 464.

Wilson, Gen. James, Jr., of Keene,
and Webster (.1840), 15.278, 279.

Wilson, Gen. James H., on inadequate
staff organization, 19. 344 n. ; on
Grant and Butler, 354; on Raw-
lins and Va. campaign, 20. 162.

Wilson, Jenneke (Marissen), 6. 63.

Wilson, Rev. John [1], fictitious port.,
1. 220, 8. 197; at Boston, 2. 47;
character, 99, 8. 409; church cove-
nant, 2. 221 ; letter of recommenda-
tion of John Winthrop, Jr. (1650),
3. 200; at trial of Anne Hutchin-



son, 4. 161, 165-167, 169-173, 176,
180-183, 187, 190; excommuni-
cates her, 190; record of sale of
N. H. land, 373-374; Keayne's
notes of sermons by, 5. 435; Day
Breaking ascribed to, 6. 394, 10.
336; preface to Rich. Mather's
Sutnme of Certain Sermons, 9. 415;
to Higginson's election sermon
(1663), 419; verses in Shepard's
Church-Membership, 419; poem on
Norton, 422; Seasonable Watch-
Word, 442; Mather's Johannes
in Eremo, 504, 505; verses on
Jos. Brisco, 531; refuses to sit for
port., 12. 225; preface to Whit-
ing's Last Judgement, 383; and
Winthrop-Dudley quarrel, 16.
277-278; and John Higginson,
483; Pequot expedition, 487; on
Quakers, 18. 345.

Wilson, Rev. John [2], at Dorchester,
2. 46; atMedfield, 4. 161.

Wilson, Dr. John [3], 4. 161.

Wilson, Rev. John [4], 4. 161, 162 n.

Wilson, Dr. John [5], 4. 161.

Wilson, John, of Bedford, letter to
Fitz-John Winthrop (1698), 6.
19.

Wilson, John [1], of University Press,
as publisher, 17. 237-238.

Wilson, John [2], of University Press,
M.H.S. tributes to, 17. 237, 238.

Wilson, Joice (Downing), 1. 135.

Wilson, Jonathan, remark before
Concord fight, 2. 166; killed in
fight, 167; de\ace on grave and on
Bedford flag, 167.

Wilson, Capt. Joseph, in Phips's
Quebec expedition, 15. 299.

Wilson, Lambert, physician in Mass.
(1629), 1. 47, 16. 479.

Wilson, Margaret (Hall), marries
Saml. Terry, 4. 161.

Wilson, Mary (Lyon), early years, 6.
15-18; estate, letters to Fitz-John
Winthrop (1698), 18-20.

Wilson, Parker, killed at Wyoming
(1778), 3. 345.

Wilson, Sir Robert, 19. 459.

Wilson, Roger, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 176.

Wilson, Roger, of Braintree (1728), 6.
487.

Wilson, Samuel, letter from John
Allyn (1670), 5. 293. _

Wilson, Thomas, exile in Amsterdam
(1603), 6. 63.

Wilson, Rev. Thomas, works expur-
gated for N. Eng., 9. 393, 397, 401.



472



WILSON- WINSLOW



Wilson, Rev. William, 3. 247.
Wilson, William P., port, owned by,

16. 14.').
Wilson, Woodrow, elected a corresp.

member M.H.S., 11. 239.
Wilton, Joseph, statue of George III.,

4. 292.
Wilton, Conn. (1779), 6. 126.
Wilton, Va., Am. troops at (1781), 6.

138.
Wiman. See also Wayman.
Wiman, Daniel, of Brookfield, 7. 398.
Winchcomb, John, Mass. marshal

(1686), 13. 243.
Winchel, Stephen, at Ft. Dummer

(1724), 6. 366.
Winchendon, Mass. (1776), 6. 80, 88.
Winchester, Rev. Elhanan, com-
mended to Rich. Price, 17. 369;

biog. note, 369 n.
Winchester, Jonathan, death (1714),

8. 224.
Winchester, Rev. Samuel G., as

travelling companion (1836), 7.

270-271.
Winchester, N. H., early name and

status, 5. 167.
Wincoll, John, Me. justice of peace

(1686), 13. 230.
Winder, William H., as general, 20.

363.
Windham County, Conn., deed of

tract in (1686), 5. 294, 299.
Windsor. See also Winsor.
Windsor, Captain, in Phips's Quebec

expedition, 15. 306.
Windsor, Robert (or Rebecca), Boston

tavern-keeper (1676), 13. 402.
Windsor, Conn., Maverick on (1660),

1. 244; in 1650, 2. 49; church

quarrel (1673), 5. 294; genesis, 7.

180 n. ; encroachment on Mass.

(1686), 13.254, 272.
Windsor chairs, reference to, 1. 147-

148.
Wine-cooper, fees in Mass. (1686), 13.

283.
"Wine Hills" map. See Hubbafd

(Rev. Wm.). _
Wines. See Drink.
Wing, Capt. John, house rented, 7.

163; and Worcester affairs (1686),

13. 247, 282, 283; death, 14. 22; in

Phips's Quebec expedition, 15. 299.
Wingate, Eunice (Pickering), longev-
ity, 4. 305.
Wingate, Col. Joshua, 17. 117.
Wingate, Paine, anecdote of, as last

survivor of first U. S. Senate

(1836), 4. 303-305; death, 305, 5.



224; oldest Harvard graduate

(1830-37), 204, 209 n., 214, 216,

218, 220; letter by, on this (1830),

205; pastorate, 18. 212.
Wingfield, Edward Maria, Discourses,

7. 59, 00.
Wingfield, Garland, of Ga., 20. 514.
Wingohocking Creek, Pa., origin of

name, 15. 366.
Winn. See also Wynne.
Winn, Benjamin, at Louisville (1836),

7. 290.
Winn, Molly, visits Am. camp (1775),

7. 401.

Winn, Nathaniel, in campaign of
1760, 5. 384.

Winnett, John, Jr., absentee loyalist,
10. 164.

Winnisimmet (Chelsea), Mass., on
early map, 1. 211; Maverick's ac-
count (1660), 236; Maverick's
land and dwelling at, 369, 372.
See also Chelsea.

Winship. See also Wyndship's.

Winship, George Parker, hst of early
Am. imprints in John Carter
Brown Library, 12. 382-394; on
early Mexican imprints and
printers, 395-400 ; acknowledg-
ment to, 17. 66; elected a corresp.
member M.H.S., 19. 169.

Winsley, John, of Boston, house
burned (1676), 13. 411.

Winslow, , at Newburyport

(1787), 16. 326.

Winslow, Miss, d. of Rev. Edward,

16. 459.

Winslow, Mrs., leaves Boston (1776),
10. 95.

Winslow, Anna [Mrs. Hayward], 3.
384.

Winslow, Benjamin, subscription to
Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342.

Winslow, Benjamin D., Commence-
ment part (1835), 5. 215; biog.
note, 215 ?i.

Winslow, Gov. Edward, Maverick on,

1. 240; efforts for release (1634),

8. 371, 386; rarity and price of
Good Newes from New England, 9.
185; and conversion of Indians, 10.
337; Glorious Progress of Gospel,
extant copies, 337; death in West
Indies, 13. 43 n. ; lack of biog.,
14. 211; burial, 211; at Leyden,

17. 176.

Winslow, Edward [1] [H. C. 1736],
sailing orders to T. Cotton (1760),

2. 229; biog. notes, 230 n., 243, 3.
414 n.; commissions as register of



WINSLOW



473



wills, 2. 231, 233; letter from W.
Sheaffe (1771) on smuggling, 232;
and the Council (1778), 238; com-
mission as land agent (1783), 241;
letters from Gov. Wentworth (1779)
on Loyalist Corps, 3. 66 ; from Rich.
Russell (1777) on aid, 68; funeral,
93-94; inscriotion on monument,
94; guest of Old Colony Club, 398,
415, 433, 439, 444; host of club,
418; and oath of allegiance (1778),
402 n. ; protest on Plymouth tea
resolutions (1773), 441 n.; as cus-
toms collector, 12. 193.
Winslow, Edward [2] [Letters follow],
biog. notes, 2. 236 n., 242, 3. 386;
and Arch. McNeil, 67; power of
atty. from Byles (1784), 81; at
funeral of father, 93; member of
Old Colony Club, 382, 389; autog.,
389; record .of attendance, 389-
444 ; address in commemoration of
Pilgrim Fathers (1770), 416; on
removal of Plymouth Rock, 441 n. ;
and royal arms from Old State
House, 4. 260-261 ; Commencement
spread, 10. 42.

Letters : to Ward Chipman (1 785)
coat of arms from Old State House,
4. 261 ; — from T. A. Coffin (1805)
Trafalgar, 3. 88; —from H. E. Fox
(1783) offer of appointment, 77;
employment of troops, 78; (1784)
Canadian appointments. Parr, pen-
sions in Winslow's family, 78-81 ;

— to H. M. Gordon (1785) troubles
of refugees, board of accounts, 82 ;

— from Francis Green (1779) fleet
at Newport, 2. 239 ; — from Stephen
Miller (1792) procuring a servant,
242; — from Simon Pease (1777)
trade at Newport, 235; — from
Pepperrell (1785) pensions for Wins-
low's relatives, 3. 70; — from Lord
Sheffield (1805-6) personal, 69-70;

— from Isaac Winslow (1788) finan-
cial matters, 2. 241; — from Pel-
ham Winslow (1777) family affairs,
236; (1778) transactions with
Pease, family affairs, 237-239.

•Winslow, Rev. Edward [H. C. 1741],
10. 41, 16. 459; biog. note, 459 n.

Winslow, Elizabeth [Mrs. Marston],
2. 231 n.

Winslow, Elizabeth (Barker), Pil-
grim at Leyden, 17. 176.

Winslow, Francis E., 2. 229.

Winslow, Hannah (Howland), pen-
sion, 3. 81; biog. note, 414 n.

Winslow, Rev. Hubbard, 0BK



prayer (1846), 9. 141; biog. note,
141 n.

Winslow, Col Isaac [d. 1738], letter to
Benj. Marston on grandson, 2. 230;
biog. notes, 231 n., 3. 414 n.; and
Council's assumption of control
(1715), 15. 343-346.

Winslow, Isaac [d. 1777], of Roxbury,
5. 10; absentee loyaUst, 10. 164;
confiscated estate, 184.

Winslow, Dr. Isaac [d. 1819], errone-
ously called refugee, 2. 234, 235 n. ;
guest of Old Colony Club, 3. 394, 442.

Winslow, Isaac, (?) s. of Joshua, let-
ter to Ed. Winslow (1788) on finan-
cial matters, 2. 241-242.

Winslow, Joanna (White), letter to
Benj. Marston (1783) appeal for
aid, 2. 240; biog. note, 3. 384.

Winslow, John [d. 1674], of Boston,
loyal petition (1666), 6. 471.

Winslow, John, in Phips's Quebec
expedition, 15. 308.

Winslow, John, sea-captain (1728),
18. 240.

Winslow, Gen. John, biog. note, 2.
229 n.; office, 232; commission,
243; guest of Old Colony Club, 3.
394, 406, 418; presides at Ply-
mouth anniversary dinner (1772),
435; letter to Pres. of Harvard
(1749) on son's social pretensions,

9. 6; in Boston society, 10. 34.
Winslow, Joseph, and Molasses Act,

10. 60; imports tea, 79; on com.
on address to Gage, 86.

Winslow, Joshua [d. 1769], at funeral
of Faneuil, 1. 43; mentioned, 10.
39; and Registry of Probate (1754),
16. 109, 110; director of Merchants'
Notes (1733), 17. 189, 196, 205, 208.

Winslow, Joshua, at Halifax (1779),
2. 239.

Winslow, Gen. Josiah, Atherton Co.,
2. 151, 152; death, 13. 409.

Winslow, Mary [Mrs. Warren], 3. 384,
9. 198.

Winslow, Mary (Chilton), 4. 195.

Winslow, Mary (Symonds), 3. 386.

Winslow, Pelham, loyalist refugee,
2. 234; letters to Edw. Winslow

(1777) on family affairs, 236;

(1778) on transactions with Pease,
family affairs, 237-239; biog.
notes, 236 n., 3. 384; appeal of
wddow, 2. 240; member of Old
Colony Club, 3. 382, 389; autog.,
389; record of attendance, 389-
444; social position at college, 9.
6; career, 6.



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Winslow, Penelope [Mrs. Warren], 9.
199.

Winslow, Penelope, d. of Edward
[H. C. 1736], 2. 287, 239.

Winslow, Sally, 2. 237.

Winslow, Samuel, works on Boston
defences (1814), 14. 151; charac-
terized, 153.

Winslow, Susannah [Mrs. Latham],
4. 195.

Winslow, William, commissary at
siege of Louisburg (1745), 11. 427,
428.

Winslow, Rev. William C, gift to
M.H.S., 3. 178.

Winslow Papers, 2. 229-242, 3. 64-
94, 20. 559.

Winsor. See also Windsor.

Winsor, Ann T. (Rowland), 12. 457.

Winsor, Caroline T. (Barker), 12.
470; gilt to M.H.S., 13. 162-163.

Winsor, Justin [Communications fol-
low], announcements as Corresp.
Sec. M.H.S., 1. 31, 75. 181, 335,
360, 374, 2. 64, 101, 225, 2.58, 3.
144, 178, 215, 4. 37, 5. 102, 142, 7.
399; elected Corresp. Sec. (1884-
93), 1. 180, 2. 79, 404, 3. 297, 4.
119, 366, 5. 456, 6. 419, 7. 383, 8.
201 ; and Price's view of Boston, 1.
249; on Vattemare, 261-262; on
com. on Parkman MSS., 362, 3.
153; report, 4. 44-46; Nar. and
Cnt. History, 2, 65, 5. 119, 131,
154-155, 6. 274, 12. 478; Memorial
History of Boston, 2. 65, 12. 477 ; list
of publications (1884-97), 2. 68,
392, 3. 280, 4 107, 348, 7. 369, 8.
186, 9. 24. 10. 122, 555, 11. 319,
12. 176; on commission on Mass.
Archives, 2. 68; and port, of Jos
Dudley, 196, 197 n; on com on
work of B. F. Stevens, 219; and
journal of Jos Ware, 267; Pres.
Am. Hist Assoc, 436; on com.
on cataloguing MSS., 3. 254; re-
port, 4. 103-105; on com. on
Lafayette Statue, 12; report, 38-
41 ; remarks, 65, 6. 21, 7- 421, 425,
8. 20, 55, 235, 264, 348, 9. 168, 10.
291, 490, 11. 74. 120, 209, 254, 277,
336, 449; on com. on centennial of
Washington's inauguration, 4. 158,
199; on com. on MS. of Am. Rev.,
236; on Library Com. (1889), 367;
on com. on amending by-laws, 372;
report, 409-411; moves vote of
thanks, 5. 457; another motion
by, 6. 1 ; and Washington port, at
Blois, 34 ; presents communications



for other members, 39, 7. 17, 263;
authorized to represent M.H.S. in
Europe, 6. 40; reprinted M.H.S
papers, 245-246; attitude towards
hist, sources, 280; on com. on Cabot
mappe-monde, 305; returns from
Europe, 7. 1 ; presides, 8. 402, 10

468, 11. 210, 237, 268, 286, 367,
12. 1; elected Vice Pres M H.S.
(1894-97), 9. 39, 10. 137, 572, 11.
335 ; presents a gift from Miss Pal-
frey, 10. 552; PORT, and autog., 12.
front.; M.H.S. tributes to, 30-40,



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