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427.

Blood, Shattuck, and Shays's Rebel-
lion, 1. 301.

Bloomfield. See also Blomfield.

Bloomfield, Joseph, as general, 20.
362-363.

Blossom, Mrs. Ann, Pilgrim at Ley-
den, 17. 172.

Blossom, Peter, Pilgrim at Ley den,
17. 181.

Blossom, Thomas, Pilgrim at Leyden,
17. 172.

Blossom, Thomas, Jr., Pilgrim at
Leyden, 17. 181.

Blott, Robert, Boston estate, 1. 318.

Blott's Lane, Boston, identity, 1. 318.

Blower, Alice, letter to Dudley, 10.
115.

Blower, Piam, of Boston (1691), 7.
157; sea-captain (1686), 13. 267.

Blowers. See also Blower.

Blowers, Samson Salter, and office in
N. Brun. (1784), 3. 79; at funeral
of Edw. Winslow, 93 ; guest of Old
Colony Club, 430; oldest Harvard
grad., 5. 225, 231; arrested (1778),



46



BLOWERS-BOND



10. 106; addresses to Hutchinson

and Gage (1774), 14. 50 n., 51 n.
Blowers, Rev. Thomas, system of

shorthand, 9. 194; ordained (1701),

14. 32.
Blue Lion, Philadelphia inn, 4. 249.
Blumenback, Joliann F., as professor,

2. 35.

Blunden, Sarah (Mullins), 5. 33.
Blunt, , subscription to Boston

dinner (1830), 6. 343.
Blunt, Isaac, of Andover (1760), 6.

427.
Blunt, Joseph, in Washington (1838),

12. 289.
Blyth, Benjamin, port, of Gen. John

Thomas, 18. 421.
Boade, Henry, relationship to John

Winthrop, 2. 156; letter to Win-

throp (1648) on jurisdiction over

Wells, 157.
Boade, Thomas, 2. 156.
Boade, Thomasine (Hilles) [Mrs.

Forth], 2. 156.
Boardley, Miss, Philadelphia belle

(1804), 2. 12.
Boardman. See also Bordman.
Boardman, Rev. Benjamin, career, 7.

400; diary of siege of Boston,

400-413; preaches, 9. 63.
Boardman, Samuel L., gift to M.H.S.,

16. 146.
Boardman-Hill house, 14. 293.
Boatswain, William, milit. watch

(1689), 1. 162.
Bodwell, Abraham, Commencement

part (1805), 5. 170; biog. note,

170 71.
Body, Ferdinand, merchant at Ten-

eriffe (1645), 7. 14.
"Body of Liberties," facsim., 4. 411.
Boeman, Thomas, petition (1637),

3. 199.

Boethuks, extermination, 17. 5.
Bogart, Capt. Isaac, at Albany

(1779), 2. 454; at Lake Otsego, 456.
"Bohemienne, La," play on siege of

Boston, 9. 108-109.
Boies, John, purchases confiscated

Boston estate, 10. 172.
Boileau, Nathaniel B., candidacy

(1802), 20. 278; and Olmstead

affair, 321.
Bokin, Ann, exile in Amsterdam, 6.

50.
Bollan, William, prize case (1749),

5. 92-94; letter from Hutchinson

(1765), 16. Ill n.
Bolles, John, power of attorney to

Jos. Bolles (1654), 13. 4-6; grant



of Bahamas (1650), 5; career,

16-19.
Bolles, Joseph, power of attorney to

(1654), 13. 4-6; career, 20.
Bolles family, pedigree, 13. 17 n.-

18 n.
Bollman, Erick, and Burr, 20. 297.
Bolton, Charles Knowles, elected a

member M.H.S., 17. 76; remarks,

510, 18. 263, 447; on Library Com.

(1904, '05), 252, 454; reports,

288, 19. 225; on com. to pub.

Heath Papers, 18. 297 ; remarks on

presenting J. C. Dyer's memoirs,

444-447; on Nominating Com.

(1906), 20. 87; report, 231; on

McCrady's opinion of Gen. Greene,

112-118.
Bolton, Charles Paulet, 2d duke of,

and appointment of Pitman, 2. 179.
Bonaparte, Charles, in Florence

(1829), 19. 445, 448.
Bonaparte, Charles J., protest against

his report on Constitution, 19.

409-412.
Bonaparte, Princess Charlotte, life

in Florence (1829), 19. 445, 448. _
Bonaparte, Elizabeth (Patterson), in

Washington (1812), 19. 378; in

Florence (1829), 19. 445. _
Bonaparte, Joseph, in Spain, 5. 20;

in Philadelphia (1832), 19. 517,

528; return to Europe, 528-530.
Bonaparte, Napoleon. See Napoleon.
Bonaparte, Pierre, in Philadelphia

(1832), 19.517; career, 517 n.
Bonapartes, life in Florence (1829),

19. 447.
Bond, , of Philadelphia, on

foreign affairs (1809), 20. 314.
Bond, Arthur T., acknowledgment to,

13. 30.
Bond, George, subscription for

M.H.S. building, 3. 291.
Bond, Henry F., Commencement part

(1840), 5. 229.
Bond, Nicholas, letters to Winthrop

(1645, '47) on iron works, 8.

15-17, 13. 28-30; grant of Ba-
hamas (1650), 5; career, 28-30.
Bond, Capt. Robert, in Boston

society (1770), 10. 76.
Bond, Rev. Samson, Publick Tryal of

Quakers, 9. 455 ; and First Cliurch

of Boston, 13. 410.
Bond, Thomas, at Philadelphia Acad-
emy, 7. 341.
Bond, William, justice of peace

(1688), 13. 229; and Worcester

affairs (1686), 247, 251.



BOND-BOSTON



47



Bond, Col. William, in Jersey cam-
paign (1776), 2. 224.

Bond, William C, Director of Har-
vard Observatory, 1. 406; on C.
W. Tuttle, 407-409; Harvard
A. M. (1842), 5. 236.

Bondi, August, on outrages in
Kansas, 1. 217, 219.

Bone, Henry, miniature of Washing-
ton, 19. 224.

Bone Island. See St. Croix Island.

Bonetta, privateer (1752), 5. 101.

Boni, Giacomo, at Congress of Hist.
Sciences (1903), 17. 246.

Bonin Island, Perry at, 2. 259.

Bonn, G. E. Ellis on the university,
10. 224.

Bontein, Thomas, prize case (1748),
5. 91-92.

Bony, Henry, in campaign of 1760,
5.361.

Bonythan, Richard, patent, 1. 233.

Boo, Rasmus, prize case (1748), 5.
89-90.

"Book of Possessions of Boston,"
compilation, 12. 359, 19. 563.

Book of Sports, 19. 86-95.

Book-plates, of Latham Collection,
1.200; of M.H.S.,8. 315, 320, 335,
337, 11. 68; of Winsor Collection,
13. 163; Samuel Sewall's, 15.
522; Thos. Prince's, 17. 56; John
Adams's, 20. 84-87 ; J.Q.Adams's,
86.

Book worms, varieties, 8. 105-108.

Booker, Col. Job, of England (1665),
13. 19.

Books, mutilation by dealers, 4.
14; copyright, 8. 120, 14. 417.
See also Bibliography, Book-plates,
Book-worms,Catalogues, CoZZedzons,
Libraries, Newspapers, Press, Pro-
ceedings. For publications by mem-
bers of M.H.S. see Massachusetts
Historical Society.

Boone, Nicholas, Boston bookseller
(1700-01), 12. 394, 17. 25, 27, 49,
51; cat. of books sold by, 51.

Booth, , surveyor (1648), 2.

158.

Booth, Sir George, insurrection, 7.
363, 364.

Booth, Mary L., on desecration of
statue of Pitt, 4. 292 ; on relics of
statue of George III,, 297.

Boott, John W. See Boott (Wright).

Boott, Wright, controversy over will,
12. 121.

Boott and Lowell, mercantile house,
12. 115.



Boott and Son, Kirk, mercantile
house, 12. 115.

Borda, Chevalier de, in Boston so-
ciety (1778), 10. 106.

Border States and Civil War, 3. 332.

Bordman. See also Boardman.

Bordman, Andrew [d. 1747], career,
4. 78.

Bordman, Judge Andrew [d. 1769],
4. 78.

Bordman, Andrew [d. 1817], 4. 78.

Bordman, Elizabeth (Truesdale), 4.
78.

Bordman, Ruth [Mrs. Wadsworth],

4. 79.

Bordman, Susan R. [Mrs. Lawrence],

5. 426.

Bordman, Thomas S., works on
Boston defences (1814), 14. 152._

Bordman, William H., subscription
to Boston dinner (1830), 6. 342.

Boreman. See Boeman.

Borghese, Prince Camillo, soiree
(1829), 19. 449.

Borland, Jane [Mrs. Winthrop], 2. 408.

Borland, John, absentee loyalist, 10.
163 ; confiscated Boston estate,
168; death (1775), 412; biog. note,
412 n.

Borland, John, subscription for
M.H.S. building (1833), 3. 291.

Boriand, Mrs. (?) John, in Bristol,
Eng. (1780), 10. 421.

Borland, John Lindall, absentee
loyalist, 10. 163.

Boson, John, purchases confiscated
Boston estate, 10. 180.

Boss, Peter, book defending, 12. 393.

Bossange, Hector, anecdotes of Na-
poleon III., 16. 469.

Bosswell, , of Martha's Vineyard

(?) (1779), 3. 88.

Bostick, Hillery, of Ga., 20. 517.

Boston. — See also analyzed refer-
ences under other Boston titles,
and under Charlestown, Dorches-
ter, Massachusetts, Roxbury, Suf-
folk County, and churches and
newspapers by name.

Colonial: early medicine, 1. 45-
47; Maverick's account (1660),
237, 247; on Winthrop map, 211;
identity of early street names, 318-
320; Cotton Hill, 322-326; order
on water supply (1657), 326; in
1650, 2. 46; entrepot for N. Eng.
(1650), 50; spelHng on old maps,
200; date of naming, 221; first
site, 200-204; Foster's view, 478,
19. 54; Antinomianism and allot-



48



BOSTON



ments at Rumney Marsh (1638),

7. 13&-137; countryman's opinion
(1688), 147; rising against Andros,
149-150; fires (1690), 155, 156;
(1676), 13. 373,404, 411; (1679),
407 ; first printing presses, 7. 156 n.,

8. 273, 9. 411, 11. 241, 244-246;
development of town govt., 7. 194-
196; works on synod of 1622, 9.
417, 420-421; market (1686, '87),
473, 13. 271; Randolph and cus-
toms service, 12. 192; Thos. Savage
on defences (1671), 197; first pro-
vision for poor, 210; attempted
trade on Delaware (1644), 213-214;
James II. proclaimed, 223; "Book
of Possessions," 359, 19. 563;
building-laws, 12. 407-409, 13. 243;
first imprint, 174-177; and Dud-
ley's Council, 238, 243-244, 254,
260, 271; storage of gunpowder,
254, 260; Church of England
(1686), 240, 253, 256, 262, 410;
milit. watch (1686), 257; (1689-
91), 14. 30-31 ; fire regulations, 13.
260, 17. 69; port of entry (1686),

13. 264; preparation for Andros,
278; and Muddy River (1686),
282; sham fight, 328-330; Increase
Mather's diary (1674-87), 337-374,
397-412; fast (1675), 350; fever
(1675), 355; small-pox (1676-79),
357, 402, 406, 407; extant colonial
houses, 14,289-291,295; pillar over
Quaker graves (1675), 401; Indian
deed, 18. 188.

Provincial: medicine in, 1. 44;
receptionof Bellomont, 153; dysen-
tery and fever (1700), 155; (1709),

14. 26; small-pox (1702), 155-156;
(1769-76), 10. 59; (1764), 13. 388-
392, 16. 109 71.; (1752), 107; views,
1. 249, 10. 570, 20. 228; pre-
Rev. milit. cos. , 1. 250 ; Bellomont's
occupancy of Province House, 2.
122-131; landing of Brit, troops
(1768), 156, 3. 393 n., 10. 69; cus-
toms office and trade conditions
(1708), 4. 153-154; illicit war-
time trade, 154; list of scholars
at Writing Schools (1755), 193;
Gage's seizure of arms, 193; royal
coat of arms in, 239-241, 259-
264; royal portraits, 241, 241 n. —
242 n. ; other royal memorials and
emblems, 242-244, 253; first fu-
neral prayer (1730), 5. 331-332;
importance in pre-Rev. struggle,
6. 252 n. ; reception of Phips
(1692), 7. 161; fires (1692), 162;



(1693), 165; (1765-75), 10. 53-
55; (1702), 14. 32; (1747), 98-
99,16.105; (1760), 14. 372; trade
with W. I. (1692-94), 7. 164; fac-
sims. of newspapers, 8. 53-54;
w^eather (1714), 221-225; (1765-
78), 10. 58-59; (1703),14.33; George
I. proclaimed, 8. 225, 15. 329-332,
339; mob (1737), 9. 357; fairs
(1697), 510; John Rowe's diary
(1764-79), 10. 11-108; shows and
entertainments, 28-30; social life,
30-38; clubs, 38-39; country
drives, 39; suburban estates and
hospitality, 40-45; public dinners,
45-46; taverns in and around, 46;
pre-Rev. commerce, 52 ; panic
(1765), 52; relief for Montreal
sufferers (1768), 55; first lighting
of streets, 55; Pope's Day mobs,
56; lottery, 56; duels, 56, 18.
239-242 ; criminal punishments,
10. 57; disorders, 57, 66; slaves,
58; celebration of King's birthday
(1766-73), 10. 62, 75, 78, 79;
Stamp Act riots, 61, 62, 13. 393,
16. 110 n., 112 n.; and non-im-
portation (1768), 10. 65-66; Liberty
sloop riot, 67; anniversaries of
Sons of Liberty, 68, 72, 76, 79;
reception of Gage (1774), 84;
troops arrive (1774), 86-89 ; threat-
ened attack (1774), 88; fortified,
88, 17. 275, 284, 289; anniversary
of King's accession (1774), 10.
88; fast (1775), 90; book cats,
printed in, 540-547; Pownal's
view (1757), 570; loyalist char-
acterization of patriot leaders
(1775), 12. 139-142; _ plan to in-
corporate, 231; origin of school
committee, 232; scavenging
(1713), 249 n. ; rejoicing over Pitt's
appointment (1765), 13. 394; war
proclaimed (1702), 14. 32; mad-
house (1765), 44 n.; Barre's port.,
44 n.; Com. of Corresp., 49-51,

16. 81; Cooper as town clerk, 87;
loyalist handbill, 92; town-meet-
ings in Concord and Watertown
(1775-76), 93-94; condition of
town records, 103-104; and new
court house (1751), 105-106;
Lechmere on conditions (1774),
285-290; lantern signal to Revere,

17. 208; force at (Jan. 1775), 275,
278; engraved plans, 18. 329; view
(1744), 20. 228.

After Independence: "Boston
Proper," 1. 263-264; opening of



BOSTON-BOSTON HARBOR



49



first theatre, 2. 102 ; F. E. Parker
and public charity, 209-210
Charity Bureau, 209; M.H.S. and
origin of bicentenary, 220-221
views, 2.- 71, 395, 3. 282, 4. 109, 6
417, 10. 571, 14. 144, 15. 45, 16. 145
19.224,295,20.228; (ruins, 1872)
5. 451 ; (Habermann's), 8. 497-499
(1847), 10. 570; (1848), 11. 333
(Bennett's, 1833), 15. 162; appren-
ticing of paupers (1792), 2. 242
David Sears Charity, 411 ; Porter's
Rambles, 3. 178; art lectures in
schools, 233; drawing and music in-
struction in schools, 237-240; man-
ual training, 240; Bugbee's City
Govt., 279; instructions on fisheries
and terms of peace ( 1 78 1 ) , 4. 49-54 ;
town-meeting on police reform
(1792), 62-64; subsequent mob, 64 ;
J. F. Clarke's church, 325-327;
draft riot (1863), 5. 344; Broad
Street riot (1837), 470; rendition
of Burns, 6. 264; subscriptions
to bicentenary dinner, 340-343,
7. 316; S. C. Cobb as Mayor, 6.
353, 355-356, 7. 324-327; pro-
ceedings on Mo. Compromise, 119;
revision of charter, 325-328; re-
ception of Capt. Gray (1790), 418;
Quaker's description (1801), 455-
457; punning verses on ministers
(1818), 8. 252-254; proslavery
sentiment (1856), 405; treatment
of female loyalists, 412-415; Rowe's
diary on (1776-79), 10. 101-108;
smallpox (1776), 101; French
fleet at (1778), 105-106; fears
Brit, fleet, 105; scarcity (1779),
107; impressment in (1779), 108;
conflscated loyalist estates, 162-
185; relief for fire sufferers (1872),
593; Beacon Hill Monument, 11.
18; H. L. Pierce as Mayor, 396-
398, 403; Frankhn Fund, 12. 17-
29; Gen. Lincoln's resignation as
Collector, 12. 194; development of
Back Bay, 13. 2-4, 135; condi-
tions (1791), 83; argument against
State police (1869), 134; local
electioneering (1786-96), 14. 6.3-
77; fire (1787), 65 n., 19. 438;
City Hall, 14. 101, 102 n.; Saml.
Eliot as Supt. of Schools, 111-121;
building of Ft. Strong, mechanics
who helped (1814), 149-153; Whit-
more and Appleton as Record
Commissioners, 269, 15. 97; Va.
Republican on (1793), 141; S. F.
McCleary as City Clerk, 258-261;



first celebration of Fourth of July,

16. 100; Fourth of July orations
(1788), 433-435; relig. conditions
(1784), 17. 323; Anna C. Lowell's
letters (1809-10), 18. 302-317;
early engraved plans, 329; early
playbill, 19. 200; petition against
Southern negro-seamen acts, 406-
408; U. H. Crocker and park
system, 557; Old State House, 20.
245, 421; Emancipation Concert
(1863), 247-253.

Boston, Brit, war-ship (1770), 10. 76.

Bosto7i, Am. frigate (1778), 16. 293.

Boston Athenajum, owns port, of
Webster, 2. 262; and beginning of
Museum of Fine Arts, 3. 235; lec-
tures by members of M.H.S., 295;
Perkins gift, 323; early notarial
and court records in, 11. 184-187;
former homie, 312; Am. imprints
in (to 1700), 12. 401-410, 421-422,

17. 64, 75; port, and bust of Mar-
shall, 14. 355 7i.-356 n.

Boston Cadets. See Independent.

Boston, Common ''hangman's
branch," 8. 282.

Boston Daily Advertiser, under C. F.
Dunbar, 13. 425, 429-436, 14. 219-
221, 228.

Boston Daily Atlas, on Jackson's
LL.D., 20. 500-502, 508.

Boston Daily Courier, on Jackson's
LL.D., 20. 501, 502.

Boston Daily Globe, on Jackson's
LL.D., 20. 501.

Boston Evening Post, obituary of
Jos. Webb (1736), 12. 248.

Boston Gas Light Company, under
J. A. Lowell, 12. 123; under W. W.
Greenough, 14. 474.

Boston Gazette and Country Journal,
file (1755), 5. 416; account of
Half- Way Brook fight (1758), 6.
32-33; facsim. 8. 53; BoydeU as
publisher, 16. 51.

Boston Harbor, plan (1694), 1. 211;
Maverick on (1660), 237; described
(1630), 2. 46; view of first light-
house, 71 ; burning of Castle
(1776), 158; early maps, 478-480;
royal memorials, 4. 242; chart
(1688), 8. 228, 230; Revere's en-
graving of North Battery, 10. 570 ;
rebuilding of Castle (1673), 12. 281 ;
command of Castle (1686), 13. 230,
240, 269; charge of Castle (1686),
269; powder explosion (1675), 344;
lease of Deer Island (1753), 14.
44; Fort Strong (1814), 150;



50



BOSTON LATIN SCHOOL-BOSTON TEA PARTY



French fleet in (17S7), 16. 306 n.;
Remick's water-colors (1768), 17.
230, 18. 296, 19. 223.

Boston Latin School, catalogue, 3.
97; called Grammar School, 12.
232 n.

Boston Magazine, history, 18. 326-
330.

Boston Massacre, account sent to
Eng., 2. 122; soldiers accused of
planning, 122; M.H.S. and pro-
posed memorial to those killed, 3.
313-318: memorial authorized,
321 ; A. C. Goodell's work on, 4. 106 ;
Pel ham-Revere engraving, 8. 227-
228; Rowe's diary on, 10. 73-74;
trials, 76; anniversary orations,
78, 83, 90.

Boston Merchant, in Phips's Quebec
expedition, 15. 307.

Boston Museum, origin, 19. 8.

Boston Museum of Fine Arts, begin-
nings and services of C. C. Perkins,

3. 60, 235-236; services of Martin
Brimmer, 10. 452, 590, 593; of
C. G. Loring, 16. 269-271; gift to
M.H.S., 477.

Boston Neck, fortified (1774), 10.
' 88; Tompson's verses on fortify-
ing (1676), 269.

Boston Xews Letter, citation on trans-
continental journey (1724), 3.
380; epigrams (1721), 380-381;
displays royal arms, 4. 241; file
with marginaUa by Sewall (1704-8)
6. 171; reprint, 8. 54; obituary of
Sec. Addington, 12. 233 n.

Boston Packet, Mass. war-ship (1749),
5. 92, 94.

Boston Port Bill, Portsmouth's cir-
cular letter on, 2. 481-482; and
covenant against, 482-483; Belk-
nap's reasons against covenant,
484-486; Dover refuses to sign
it, 486; relief of sufferers, 9. 106,
10. 87, 17. 268, 278; towns receiving
relief, 9. 107; town-meetings and
conferences on, 10. 84-86; in force,
86; removal and return of customs
force, 12. 193; loyalist on, 16. 286;
effect, 17. 267-271, 284.

Boston Post, Rich. Frothingham's
connection, 1. 382.

Boston Post Boy, displays royal arms,

4. 241.

Bo.ston Provident Association, in-
terest of F. E. Parker, 2. 209.

Boston Public Library, Vattemare
and beginnings, 1. 261, 268-269;
and beginnings of Museum of Fine



Arts, 3. 235; acquisitions at Bar-
low sale, 6. 316-320; Dupr6 Collec-
tion, 348-352 ; Winsor as Librarian,
12. 36-38; services of W. W.
Greenough, 13. 171-174; 14. 477-
481; Mellen Chamberlain as Libra-
rian, 274-275, 20. 123-125; services
of Geo. Ticknor, 14. 476; gift to
M.H.S., 16. 146; Am. imprints in
(to 1700), 17. 30-56, 73; Cham-
berlain Collection of Autogs. 20.
126.

Boston Recorder, 7. 93, 94.

Boston Ridge, N. J. (1777), 6. 102.

Boston, siege of, and privateering,
1. 19-22; Brit, vessels taken and
driven away, 22, 10. 100; Bunker
Hill, 1. 359, 7. 357, 406, 10. 480-
481, 12. 83, 17. 292, 298, 303;
Frothingham's Siege, 1. 385 ; Hunt-
ington letters, 7. 356-360; evacua-
tion, 359-360, 10. 97; diary of
Am. chaplain, 7. 401-413; Plowed
Hill, 403, 17. 304; works beyond
George's Tavern, 7. 405; Lech-
mere Point affair, 413, 9. 78, 79;
conditions in Boston after Concord,
9. 10; Jabez Fitch's diary of
camp life, 41-91; intercourse of
combatants, 54 ; jinks in Am.
camp, 68; reenlistments, 71, 84;
Brit, defences, 82 ; French drama
on, 108-109; Rowe's diary on, 10.
91-97; inhabitants allowed to
leave, 91-92, 16. 93 n., 17. 290, 297,
301; Grape Island affair, 10. 92;
Noddle's Island affair, 93, 12. 80-
81 ; damage by shells, 10. 94; Dor-
chester Heights, 95, 18. 429; prep-
aration for evacuation, 10. 95-97;
entry of Am. troops, 97; Brit,
ships leave harbor, 98; Jon. Sewall
on, 412-416; Gen. Chamberlin on,
494-496; diary of Amos Farns-
worth, 12. 78-87; Washington Elm,
14. 173-175; Washington taking
command, 17. 129; beginning, 290,
296; Hog Island affair, 29 f, 297;
progress, 300; intrenchments, 304;
want of powder, 304; provisions,
305; rank controversy, 18. 423-429.

Boston Society for Diffusion of
Knowledge, papers, 17. 229.

Boston Tea Party, Proctor as par-
ticipant, 7. 450; Rowe's connec-
tion, 10. 19; his diary on, 79-82;
participants never identified, 475-
480; loyalist on effect, 16. 285;
news in New York and Philadel-
phia, 20. 560-563.



BOSTON WEEKLY NEWS-LETTER-BOWDOIN



51



Boston Weekly News- Letter, on first
funeral prayer in Boston (1730),
5. 332.

Boston Whig, under C. F. Adams, 13.
200.

Bos well. See also Bosswell.

Boswell, Dr. Joseph, purchases a
slave, 20. 513.

Bosworth, Hannah, of Hull (1684),
9. 459.

Bothwell, Mrs., of Brookfield (1762),
7. 386.

Bottom Bridge, Va. (1781), 6. 142,
144.

Boucher, Jonathan, letter from Wash-
ington (1772), 12. 156.

Boudinot, Elias, Peale port, of Wash-
ington owned by, 2. 156; money
gift to M.H.S., 3. 294.

Bougainville, Louis A. de, corresp.
with Levis, 4. 96, 98; and battle
of Quebec, 97; on battle of Sainte-
Foye, 99; journal, 99.

Bouker, John, book owned by (1690),
9. 487.

Boult, John, book owned by (1693),

9. 486._

Boundaries, of Va. patent and Ar-
gall's raid, 1. 188, 190; survey of
N. Brun. (1787), 3. 75; N. S
(1621), 351; ambiguity of North-
western, in treaty of 1783, 369
papers on Conn.-R. I. (1698), 5
297; on Mass.-Conn. (1699-1703)
300, 304; N. Y. Mass. commis-
sion (1707), 10. 63; (1773), 78
Mass.-Conn. (1686), 13. 254, 272
papers on Mass.-R. L dispute
(1731-34), 19. 20-34. See also
Northeastern boundary.

Bouquet, Henry, Washington letters
in Parkman MSS., 1. 361 ; papers
in same, 4. 44.

Bourinot, Sir John G., and Cabot
tablet, 12. 6.

Bourlamaque, Chevalier de, battle of
Sainte-Foye, 4. 95; corresp. with
Levis, 96, 97.

Bourn, Shearjashub, address to
Hutchinson, 14. 50 n.

Bourn, William, duel, 10. 56.

Bourne, Charlotte [Mrs. Swett, Mrs.
Oilman], 16. 353 n.

Bourne, Edward Gaylord, elected a
corresp. member M.H.S., 15. 368.

Bourne, Melatiah, in Boston society,

10. 38, 39; as fisherman, 50, 51;
and Molasses Act, 60; on com. on
non-importation (1768), 65, 68;
on com. on Liberty affair, 67; on



com. on address to Hutcliinson
(1771), 77.
Bourne, Peter, bankrupt, 10. 53.
Bourne, William, in Boston society,

10. 39.
Boutineau, James, keeps a carriage,
1. 225; in Boston society, 10. 33,
39; member of Fire Club, 38; as
fisherman, 50; in Trinity Church
vestry, 89; absentee loyalist, 163;
confiscated Boston estate, 168.
Boutineau, Stephen, subscribes to

Merchants' Notes (1733), 17. 208.
Bouton, Nathaniel, map of Love-
well's Fight, 3. 259.
Bout well, George S., Washington
Monument appeal, 2. 143; at
centenary of Washington's inau-
guration, 4. 371; election as Gov.,
13. 201 ; in Mass. Conven. (1853),
18. 35, 36.
Bowditch, Captain, in Phips's Quebec

expedition, 15. 307.
Bowditch, Charles Pickering,
elected a member M.H.S., 13. 208;
accepts, 310; presents old deeds,
424; remarks, 456, 16. 476, 17.
116, 141, 438, 18. 398; publication
(1904), 268; on Southern negro-
seamen acts, 19. 406-408; on
Stephen Salisbury, 422; elected
to M.H.S. Council (1906), 20.
232.
Bowditch, Dr. Henry L, defence of

John Brown, 3. 319.
Bowditch, Dr. Henry P., on Theo.

Lyman, 20. 164, 166.
Bowditch, Nathaniel, at Harvard
Commencement (1838), 5. 224;
and Pres. Kirkland, 9. 151 ; and
Univ. of Va. (1819), 14. 397.
Bowditch, Nathaniel IngersoU, be-
quest to M.H.S.,3. 292; in M.H.S.
group picture (1858), 6. 78; gift
of heirs of, to M.H.S., 13. 424;
mistake on Suffolk County regis-
ters, 14. 78 n.
Bowditch, William L, card on Gil-
christ (1860), 14. 85; Convey-
ancers' Assoc, 96 n.
Bowdoin, Elizabeth [Lady Temple],

2. 409.
Bowdoin, Elizabeth (Erving), 5. 11.
Bowdoin, James, director of Mer-
chants' Notes scheme (1733), 17.
189, 196, 207.
Bowdoin, Gov. James [1] [Letters
follow], keeps a carriage (1768),
1. 225; and Priestley, 3. 52;
and Ratification, 4. 66; as



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fisherman, 10. 50; chosen for
Congress (1774), 86; at Molineux's
funeral, 89; on com. on memorial
to Gage (1775), 91; and Beacon
Hill Monument, 11. 18; as leader
in Rev. movement, 11. 290-292;
posted as prominent rebel, 16. 92;
J. Q. Adams on defeat (1787),
404 n. ; on Rich. Price's pamphlet
(1785), 17. .327; as Gov., 327;
biog. note, 338 n. ; and Crevecoeur,
20. 32, 67. See also Bowdoin and
Temple Papers.

Letters: from David Cobb (1786)
Shays's Rebellion, 1. 76; — to
Franklin (1788) introducing friends,
on Constitution, 4. 302; (1780) old
age, Louis XVI, 8. 290; (1785)
introducing Bulfinch, 12. 143;
— from Mrs. Adams (17'?5) affairs in
Congress, 8. 60; — from Gushing
(1775) Washington's appointment,
61; to Gushing (1775) Washington,
pay of army, 289; — from Han-
cock (1785) Harvard, 63 ; — to Geo.
Erving (1788) Royal Soc, Fed. Con-
stitution, 11. 178; — from Wash-
ington (1789) patronage, 12. 143;
— with Mercy Warren (1790) her
poems, 144-145; — to Rich. Price
(1786) Am. Acad., 17. 338.
Bowdoin, James [2], islands owned by,

4. 127; Minister to Spain, 5. 6, 19;



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