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Communications: on retirement
of Pres. Winthrop, 1. vi ; on freed-
woman Mumbet, 41; on identity
of E. B. Jarvis, 228-229 ; on C. C.
Perkins, 2. v; on J. L. Sibley,
vi; on account of Ursuline Con-
vent riot, 3. 218; on Chas. Deane,
4. vi, 5. 136; on Wm. Amory, 4.
215; letter of Lafayette, 6. 169-
171; letter on Boston (1801), 7.
455-457; on the Saltonstall letter,
9. 196; on O. B. Frothingham, 10.
363-367; Memoir op A. P. Pea-
body, 11. 25-46; on journal of
C. B. Fox, 12. 342-345; on an
Eng. Bunker Hill, 423.

Young, Francis G., gift to M.H.S.,
13. 79.

Young, George, of Eng. (1650), 1. 135.

Young, J. Harvey, port, of J. W.
Dean, 16. 146.

Young, Capt. John, of L. I., 4. 275,
286, 288; and Conn, claim to L. I.
(1662, '63), 5. 291 ; witnesses affida-
vit (1664), 306.

Young, John, curator of Hunterian
Museum, 2. 44.

Young, Joseph, loyalist refugee, 2.
234.

Young, Joshua, loyalist refugee, 2.
234.

Young, Senator Richard M., death,
13. 314.

Young. Gen. Samuel B. M., on war,
19. 340 n.

Young, Dr. Thomas, on com. on Lib-
erty affair, 10. 67; and demonstra-
tion of merchants, 75; and tea
question, 80; debate on Com. of



488



YOUNGLOVE-ZWICKAU PROPHETS



Corresp. (1774), 86; prominent
rebel, 16. 92.

Younglove, Dr. Moses, at Cherry
Valley, 2. 454; in Sullivan's ex-
pedition, 460.

Youngs, Rev. John, at Southold, 2. 49.

Young's Hotel, Boston, sliinplasters,

4. 351.

Youth, as element in revolution, 11.

226-233.
Yoxsaw. See Kanaghsaws.
Yrujo, Carlos Martinez, marques de

Casa, ball, 2. 13; as Span. Mimster,

5. 18; and Wm. Duane (1806), 20.
284-285; and Burr trial, 300;
Duane libel suit, 309 n., 319.

Yrujo, Sally (McKean), marquesa de
Casa, question of etiquette, 2. 13.

Yucatan, archaeological research in, 1.
403; early cartog., 11. 384.



Zaltieri, , map (1566) and

Cartier's voyages, 7. 307.
Zeilin, Jacob, in Perry's Japan ex-
pedition, 2. 260.
Zerrahn, Otto, and Emancipation

Concert, 20. 248.
Zetwell, Elizabeth (Williams), 6. 63.
Zetwell, Jarvis, exile in Amsterdam

(1601), 6. 63.
Ziegenhain, Germany, in 1782, 4. 3.
Zinc mine near Philadelphia, 20.

307.
Zumarraga, Bishop Juan de, early

Mexican imprints, 12. 395, 396;

and establisliment of Mexican press,

397.
Zwickau prophets, Luther and, 1.

262.



ADDENDA



Adams, Charles Francis [2], on com.

to pub. Chamberlain's "Chelsea,"

18. 62.
Alonso de la Vera Cruz. See Vera

Cruz.
Alonso de Santa Cruz. See Santa

Cruz.
Apthorp, Sarah W. [Mrs. Morton], 2.

408.
Audubon, John J., M.H.S. copy of

Birds sold, 19. 300.
Ayers. See also Eyre.
Baker, Frances E. [Mrs. Shirley], 9.

27.
Bancroft, Abby [Mrs. Twombly], 7.

419 n.
Bangs, Mary G. [Mrs. Salisbury], 2.

95.
Bannister, Elizabeth C. (Farley)

[Mrs. Shippen, Mrs. Izard], 2. 13.
Bassett, Sarah [Mrs. White], 3. 134.
Bedford, Mass., flag at Concord fight,

15. 241.
Bible, exegetical books in Elder

Brewster's library, 5. 38-81, 83.
Bigelow, Helen [Mrs. Merriman], 1.

174.
Biggs, Mary (Dasset) [Mrs. Minot],

13. 366.

Boston. See also Noddle's Island.

Bourchier, Anne [Mrs. Sayer], 2. 406,
429 n.

Brattle, Katharine [Mrs. Eyre, Mrs.
Winthrop], 1. 379.

Brighton, Mass. See Little Cam-
bridge.

Brookfield, Mass. See also Quabaug.

Buckminster, Lucy M. [Mrs. Farrar],
3. 162.

Byles, Josiah, death (1708), 14. 25.

Canals, Richmond, 17. 490, 492-494.

Caroline affair, McLeod case, 11. 132,

14. 411^12.

Chelsea, Mass. See also Pullen Point.
Childe, Catharine Mildred (Lee).

See Childe (Mildred).
Civil rights. See also Rights.



Clark, Elizabeth [Mrs. Morley, Mrs.

Trevor, Baroness Cutts], 2. 195.
Cobled Hill, Somerville, 9. 83.
Collections of M.H.S., Trumhull

Papers, 4. 54 ; SewaU's Letter Book,

105.
Conant, Rev. Silvanus. See Conant

(Reverend) .
Concord, U. S. S., 19. 495.
Confederacy, Am. frigate (1779), 3.

126.
Connecticut. See also North.
Converse, Mary [Mrs. Thompson], 12.

325.
Cook, David. For "Boston" read

"Brookline."
Cooke, Mary P. [Mrs. Nash], 1. 335.
Cotton, Martha [Mrs. Thayer], 2. 51.
Cox, Susan Z. [Mrs. Preble], 2. 135.
Coy, Mary [Mrs. Lake], 7. 170.
Cradock, Dorothy [Mrs. Sawyer], 1.

135.
Cross, Sally [Mrs. Preble], 2. 132.
Custis, Martha [Mrs. Peter], 2. 17.
Cutts, Elizabeth (Clark | Morley |

Trevor), baroness, 2. 195.
Cutts, EUzabeth (Pickering), baroness,

2. 195.
Dasset, Mary [Mrs. Biggs, Mrs.

Minot], 13. 366.
Dean, Rebekah .S. [Mrs. SaUsbury],

2. 94.
Dole, Sarah [Mrs. Somerby], 1. 132.
Dunch, Deborah [Lady Moody], 1.

216.
Edwards, Mary [Mrs. Storer], 1. 225.
Eight-Box Act of S. C, 18. 11, 16.
Ehot, Ruth [Mrs. Thayer], 2. 51.
Epps, Daniel, of London (1621), 5.

264.
Farley, Elizabeth C. [Mrs. Bannister,

Mrs. Shippen, Mrs. Izard], 2. 13.
Faxon, Joanna [Mrs. Wales], 14. 22.
Fiennes, William. See Say and Sele.
Florida. See also South.
Georgia. See also Colonies, South.
Gleason. See also Leason,



490



ADDENDA



Goodwin, William Watson, an-
nouncement as Corresp. Sec, 10.
116.

Green, David, goes to Eng. (1775), 9.
54.

Hale, Hannah [Mrs. Spalding], 12. 338.

Hall, Margaret [Mrs. Wilson, Mrs.
Terry], 4. 161.

Hallyday, Ann [Lady Mildmay], 9.
450.

Hammond, Abigail, son, 7. 166.

Hammond, Anna [Mrs. Pope], 19.
433 71.

Hammond, Elizabeth [Mrs. Peirson],
7. 166.

Hart, Emma [Mrs. Willard], 2. 150.

Haynes, Henry Williamson, an-
nouncements as Corresp. Sec, 15.
1, 16. 477.

Henchman, Bridget [Mrs. Richard-
son], 12. .336.

Hildreth, Mary [Mrs. Warren], 12. 338.

Hull, Mary (Spencer) [Lady Phips,
Mrs. Sergeant], 1. 158.



Hulton, Henry. For "Boston" read

"Brookline."
Izard, Mary [Mrs. Middleton], 2.

26.
Jackson, Dorothy (Quincy), 11. 48.
Livingston, Sarah A. [Mrs. Sedgwick],

1. 42.

Marshall, Sarah [Mrs. Stocker], 14.

21.
Mather, Eunice [Mrs. WUliams], 1.

157.
Merrow, Mary [IVIrs. Tuttle], 1. 406.
Messenger, Elmer E., 8. 282.
Nicholson, Gen. Francis, 8. 225.
Peace and Harmony, Boston brig,

captured (1778), 10. 106.
Pedrick, Mehitable [Mrs. Story], 15.

45.
Pickering, Elizabeth [Baroness Cutts],

2. 195.

Pickering, Eunice [Mrs. Wingate], 4.

305.
Poole, Elizabeth [Mrs. Thacher], 1.

338.



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