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suit with Christopher Palmer, . . . : 321
Coldham, John, of Gloucester, admitted free-
man, ... 134

Cole, Eunice, ; . . ; 70, 106, 149

Isaac, constable of Woburn, charged with
refusing to publish the king's letter,
or to serve attachments in his majes-
ty's name, 72

Samuel, and James Johnson, petition for

release of administratorship, . . . 16

land granted to, 22

, 25S

Colebron, Margery, petition concerning sale of

land to Henry Phillips, . . . . .113
Mr., administrator of Samuel Sherman,

&c., .47



60'0



GENERAL INDEX.



Coleman, Anna, 55

CoUicolt, Richard, 428, 517

deputy, 418, 507

petition for Iron Works, 61

land located for, 429

petitioner for R. Foxwell, 538

petition concerning Court for inhabitants

at the eastward, . . 566

Collins, Collings, Edward, 56, 83, 88, 93, 99, 145,
154, 282, 300, 306, 309, 318, 325, 327, 355,
357.
deputy, 2, 30, 41, 71, 100, 117, 142, 294, 313,

330, 362, 417, 448
on committee about Woburn and Billerica

bounds, 300

attorney for Benjamin Whichcott and wife, 543

Colne, Monsieur, letter from, 572

Colton, Coulton, George, 446, 459

deputy, 417, 485

approved quartermaster for Hampshire

troop, 381

quartermaster, . 469

Comets, appearance of, in 1664 and 1665, 144, 235
Commerce, foreign regulations concerning, . . 73
statistics of, furnished for royal commis-
sioners, 203

desire of royal commissioners that the

English colors should be carried, . .211

law for taxation of foreigners, &c., . . . 364

Commins. Commings, Comings, Richard, 270, 538

answer to petition of, 527

Commissioners, royal, of Charles II., address

to the king concerning, 131

one hundred pounds voted for entertain-
ment of, 134

notice to be given to all the United Colo-
nies of a meeting of, 136

transactions with, to be recorded, . . . . 143
committee to answer matters proposed by, 145
committee appointed to confer with, . . 146
answer to letter of Secretary Morris con-
cerning acts of, 150

committee to peruse the Court's transac-
tions with, .... 151

committee appointed to prepare account of

transactions of, to be sent to England, 153
committee appointed to consider objections

against the colony laws by the, . .154
report of the committee, ... ... 155

narrative of transactions with, 157

commission of, . . 161

desire of, to assemble all the freemen, dis-
couraged by the General Court, . . 173
complaint of the General Court as to the

manner of their return from Plymouth, 177
desire an assembly of the General Court, . 177



Commissioners, royal, delivery of instructions

to, from the king, &c., 178

order concerning map of the colony, . .182

vindication of their commission from the
charge of being made " under an old
hedge," 184

disclaimer by, as to attempt to raise rev-
enue, 184

recapitulation of reasons for sending, . .185

refuse to give the General Court their

whole instructions, 185

publishing of commission, &c., of, to the

people, 187

replication of, to answer of the General

Court, 188

instructions from the king to, concerning

Indians, 190

instructions from the king to, concerning

the college, 190

instructed not to interrupt equitable acts of

magistrates, 191

further instructions to, concerning treason,

navigation acts, &c., 193

directed to procure full statistics of the

colony, 194

answer to, 194

controversy with the General Court con-
cerning review of John Porter's case, 195

answer of the General Court to the com-
plaints of, 195

protest of the General Court against review

of its judgments by, 199

question to the General Court as to wheth-
er their commission is acknowledged
to be of full force, 204

complaints of unsatisfactory answers by

the General Court to letters of king, . 205

renewal of claim of authority over the

General Court, 207

protest of the General Court against acts of, 210

desire their commission, &c., to be printed

and published, 211

schedule of alterations in colony laws pro-
posed by, 211 — 213

desire thanksgiving on November 5 and

May 29 ; also a fast, January 30, . . 212

narrative by the General Court of points

of difference with, 219

protest and argument against appellate

powers claimed by, 223

enumeration of acts of, in violation of the

colony charter, 227

complained of, for vacating titles to Pequot

lands, 229

conclusion of the General Court's argu-
ment to the, 235



GENERAL INDEX.



601



Commissioners, royal, narrative of proceedings
of, concerning north boundary, and
concerning Gorges' claim, with ab-
stract of claim of the General Court, 236
petition to, by Samuel Gorton and others, 253
address of, to the king concerning acts of, 274
further account of proceedings of, in

Maine, and concerning north line, . 248

dinner given to, 278

Further, see Sir Robert Carr.
record of transactions with, to be sent to

England, 292

mention of controversy with, in letter to

Secretary Morrice, 316

Commissions, to have the public seal affixed

without charge, 135

Common pastures, order concerning use of, . . 563
Common Prayer, royal commissioners' action

concerning use of, 192

Common Prayer Book, the General Court ob-
jects to the use of, 200

answer of the General Court to the royal

commissioners concerning the, . . . 220

Concord, 84, 137, 139, 528

deputies of, 2, 41, 71, 100, 117, 142, 294, 331

362, 417, 448, 485, 507, 551, 560

constable and deputy elect fined, ... 39

three thousand acres of land granted to, . 283

grant of land laid out for, 337

and Mrs. Bulkley, report of committee
concerning mill right in dispute be-
tween. 379

petition of, for new plantation, &c., . . . 440
return of committee concerning new plan-
tation near to, 460

petition of, referred to Middlesex Court, . 528
Confederation of the colonies defended before
the royal commissioners by the Gen-
eral Court, 229

Congregational churches, the apostolical pat-
tern in, 489

Congregational principles, and way and prac-
tice of the Congregational churches,
the primitive ends of the settlement

of Massachusetts, 494

Connant, Roger, two hundred acres of land

granted to, 504

Connecticut, 87, 161, 316, 328, 443, 461, 474, 475,
476, 477—483, 514, 530
and New Haven, declaration of the Gen-
eral Court concerning difficulties be-
tween, 102

answer of the General Court to letter from,

concerning a synod, 354

law concerning imposts suspended as to, . 450
and Plymouth, confederation with, . . . 471
TOL. IV. PART II. 76



Connecticut, answer of, concerning confedera-
tion of the United Colonies, .... 501

reply of the General Court to, 503

commissioners of, desire enlargement of

Windsor, northward, 529

letter to, concerning inhabitants of the Pe-

quot country, 544

letter to, from the General Court, '. . . .561
letter from, concerning war with the Dutch, 572

River, 469, 517, 529

Conney, Josiah, 443

Constables, committee appointed on laws con-
cerning duties of, 350

enjoined to enforce laws concerning in-
dustry, education of children, etc., . 395
directed to collect fines levied by select-
men, 486

Constables' watches, farmers dwelling above
four miles from the meeting house

exempt from, ... 351

Constitution of Government of the Colony ex-
pounded by the General Court for

royal commissioners, 202

Contracts, to be performed as executed, . . . 463
Contribution, by inhabitants of Massachusetts,

order for, to pay for masts, &c., . . . 369
Convers, Converse, Edward, acquitted of disre-
spect to the king, 72

James, ensign at Woburn, 516

Josiah, 442

Conveyancesof land, decision concerning, &c., 515

Cooke, Aaron, deputy, . . 362

petition for plantation at Woronoak, . . . 405

Edmund, pardoned, 573

Captain George, 253

Joseph, 461

deputy, .... 485

Richard, 291, 431

deputy, 449, 485

petitioner for widow Palmer, .... 52
has leave to put in his answer in writing
to the declaration of Nicholas Paige

and wife, 302

attorney for Thomas Heywood, . . . 444

Lieutenant, 69

Cooley, Cooly, Benjamin, approved ensign at

Springfield, 382

Ensign, 469

Cooper, Josiah, 26

Thomas, 446

deputy, 362

Lieutenant, 469

excused from attendance, 385

Coopers, regulations concerning staves, . . . 421
of Boston, committee appointed on peti-
tion of, 377



602



GENERAL INDEX.



Corbet, Abraham, . . 267, 271, 272, 293, 304, 527
fined, &c., for assuming judicial powers
by signing warrants, &c., in his ma-
jesty's name, 140

Mr., 271

Corbin, Dorcas, . . 443

Corlett, Elijah, authorized to purchase from an

Indian, 6

schoolmaster, land located for, .... 16
Indian lauds laid out for, to pay a debt, . 284
five hundred acres of land granted to, . . 406

Corn, &o., not to be exported, 43

prices of, for taxes, 60, 88, 135, 281, 322, 346,

464, 567

Cornfields, addition to law entitled, .... 552

Corwin, Corwine, Coruin, Captain George, 150, 298,

322, 333, 345, 453, 562, 565

deputy, .... 294, 313, 330, 417, 448, 507

and others, further time granted to, for

their plantation, 51

captain of Essex cavalry, 62

to oversee Salem fortifications, .... 299

commissioner to finish Salem Fort, . . . 425

Cotton, John, land granted to, located, &c., . . 454

Seaborn, 492

two hundred acres of land located for, . 454

William, 61, 105, 107, 272

Coudrey, William, deputy, 2

County, each to have two commissioners ap-
pointed, 363, 364

commissioners to be paid for assessing

taxes, 444

Treasurer's explanation of law concerning, 59
County of Portsmouth and Dover, . 377, 486, 496
Court house in Boston, founded by the late

Captain Robert Keayne, 351

in Boston to be repaired, .... 351, 486
Coart, County, for Boston, adjourned, .... 153
Court of Assistants, cases of admiralty to be

heard and determined by, . . . 575
Court, General, to meet at seven o'clock, A. M.,

on election day, 86

declaration by, to be published by Oliver

Pnrchis, . . . 150

answer of, to papers of the king's commis-
sioners, 186

transactions with royal commissioners, . . 157
protest of, against review of its judgments

by royal commissioners, 199

recital of its acts concerning loyalty, ad-
mission of freemen, &c., 199

reply of, to complaints of royal commis-
sioners, 207

protest by, against acts of royal commis-
sioners, 210

fast kept by, 279



Court, Genera], law prohibiting purchase of
Indian lands without the consent of,
explained, 282

to commence its special session with

prayer, 314

invite elders to give their advice, . . .316

committee appointed to read and report

upon petitions, .... ... 322

members not allowed to be absent without

leave, 333

order concerning transcribing and distribu-
tion of special acts of, ... . 366, 367

sentences of, to be signed by Secretary, 394

address of ministers to, concerning action

of the House of Deputies, .... 489

answer of, to the ministers' address, . . 493

declare that they adhere to the primitive
ends of the first settlers of Massachu-
setts, retaining the Congregational
■way, &c., 494

special fast appointed to be kept by. May

22, 1672,. . . ■ 508

and council, records of, to be transcribed, . 509

rules of, concerning actions in, ... . 516

committee appointed concerning negative

vote in, 559

specially convened, 560

Court of Appeals, authority claimed by royal

commissioners to sit as a, 204

See Commissioners, royal.
Court of Appeals, answer of the General Court
to claim of royal commissioners to

be a, 223

Courts, County, authorized to admit freemen, . 134
Courts, provisions concerning adjournment of,

in inclement weather, &c., .... 36

equitable acts of, not to be disturbed by

royal commissioners, 191

process, &c., in name of the king, (in-
structions to royal commissioners,) . 192

king's arms desired by royal commis-
sioners to be set up in, 211

judgments of, to be signed by the clerks, 394

law authorizing magistrates to refuse ver-
dicts of the jury repealed, .... 508

Cowell, Edward, 15, 556

Coy, 'Richard, commissioner for Quabaug, . . 342
Coytemore, Mr., location of land granted to, . 306

Thomas, petition of Thomas Brattle and
others to revise an order of the Gen-
eral Court concerning, 538

Mr., 325

Cradock, Cradocke, Matthew, .... 542, 543

first Governor of Massachusetts, .... 200

great disbursements made by, for the ben-
efit of Massachusetts, 466



GENERAL INDEX.



603



Cradock, Matthew, one thousand acres of land

granted to the widow of, 466

petition of executrix of, 466

See Whichcott.
Crafts, Lieutenant GrifRn, or Griffith, deputy, 71,
100, 117, 142, 294, 313, 330

Crane, Robert, 292

Criminal proceedings, indictments to be made

in the king's name, 58

infancy no bar in, 397

Criminals, escaped, to be delivered up, &c., . 473

Cromwell's Neck, 114

Crosbee, Simon, admitted freeman, .... 408
Cross, Robert, Thomas White plaintiff against, 437

Croune, William, 434

five hundred acres of land granted to, . 60

answer to petition of, 61

five hundred acres of land located for, . . 150
answer to petition of, concerning case in

court, 300

case out of jurisdiction of Massachusetts, 324

Curtis, Ephraim, 436, 437

Customs, &c., see Port and harbor.

Cutler, John, ensign at Charlestown, .... 438

Robert, 67

Cutts, Cutt, John, 270, 306, 433, 451

deputy, 449

magistrate in York county, 406

excused from attending, 452

special magistrate for Portsmouth and

Dover, 452

special magistrate, 554

Richard, 270, 306, 331, 377, 4 33, 434, 451, 554

deputy, 142, 418, 507

deputy, excused from attending, . . .146
to hold courts at Portsmouth, .... 335
magistrate in Dover and Portsmouth, 424
special magistrate for Portsmouth, . . 452

special magistrate, 554

Robert, 250

Dalton, Samuel, 335, 364, 383, 384, 444, 454, 496,

530
deputy, 41, 117, 142, 294, 314, 418, 448, 485, 551
excused, to attend on his father, injured

by the fall of a tree, 44

to marry at Hampton, 49

See Pike, Captain R., 147

special magistrate, 425,451

appointed to marry at Hampton, . . . .516
special magistrate for Norfolk county, . . 554

Damerell's Cove, 519

Daramin, John, 269

Danforth, Jonathan, 13, 15, 16, 22, 37, 49, 56, 57, 70,
80, 91, 105, 108, 109, 113, 146, 155, 285,
304, 338, 339, 343, 348, 352, 353, 356, 385,
388, 428, 442, 504, 524, 544, 556.



Danforth, Samuel, appointed fellow of Harvard

College, 536

Thomas, 11, 30,48,63,74,77,86, 108, 111, 116,
136, 140. 145, 146, 151, 153, 242, 248, 268.
271—273, 279, 284, 289, 313, 318, 319
327, 330, 333, 344, 347, 350, 351, 355, 356,
369, 379, 387,388, 406, 437, 443, 461, 462,
466. 476, 483, 484, 488, 515, 530, 532, 549,
553, 556, 560, 566, 572, 574, 576, 577.
chosen Assistant, 1, 3, 40, 71, 99, 142, 294,
330, 363, 417, 448, 484, 506, 550
chosen commissioner of the United Col-
onies, 40, 71, 99, 142, 294. 330, 363, 417,
448, 484, 506, 550
report by, for committee on construction,

&c., of charter, 23

committee on preserving charter, ... 24
granted two hundred acres of land, . . 48
land granted to, for money advanced, . 56

land laid out for, 67

and others, to keep York County Court, 76

special commission to, 77

secretary yro icm., 88, 136

address of, concerning Harvard College

referred to a committee, 92

E. Lusher, and General J. Leverett
commissioners on eastern (Maine)

affairs, 278

one of the commissioners on impost du-
ties, 410

appointed to hold Court in Norfolk, . . 424
to keep Courts at Portsmouth and Wells, 451
committee on articles of confederation, 461

Mr., 37, 73, 83, 301, 355, 405, 443

Daniel, Stephen, petition of, 558

Thomas, 549

Lieutenant, under Captain Robert Pike, 517
Darrell, William, petition concerning ship

seized, 574

Davenport, Richard, 148

commission to be framed for, 88

petition of, referred to a special committee, 91
as captain of the Castle, commission of, .110

land located for, 155

deceased, grant of land to, located, . . 304
widow of, arrears of salary to be paid

to, 304

Captain, 15, 305

widow, 304

Davidson, Sir William, 126

Davis, John, 252, 269

Joseph, 78, 90, 381, 407, 442, 557

Thomas, petition of, concerning estate of

Joseph Davis, deceased, 557

Tobias, and Daniel Brewer, executors of
will of Isaac Morrell, 77



604



GENERAL INDEX.



Davis, William, 13, 40, 125, 145, 150, 332, 339, 364,
377, 387, 400, 408, 455, 530, 552

deputy, 294, 314, 362, 485, 507

petition concerning dower of Mary Hilla

in his land, 62

attorney for Edmund White, .... 66
administrator of Valentine Hill, ... 83
executor of William Paddy, deceased,

Thomas Clark plaintiff against, ... 84
purchaser of land in Boston from the

General Court, 334

George Ruggles plaintiff against, . . . 405
one of the commissioners on impost

duties, 410

and Captain Thomas Willet, executors

of William Paddy, 447

and others, overseers of will of Antipas
Boyse, deceased, answer to petition

of, 469

administrator of Valentine Hill, . . . 530

Captain, 345, 488, 559

Ensign, 546

Davison, Nicholas, 80, 91

cornet of Middlesex cavalry, 50

Davy, Davie, Davye, Humphrey, 315, 318, 327, 345,

346, 350, 416, 430, 440, 447, 553, 577

deputy, 295, 314, 331, 362, 418, 485, 507, 551,

561
petition concerning Billerica line, . . . 300

answer to petition of, 477

attorney, &c., vs. executors of Antipas

Boyse, 506

Day, Stephen, authorized to purchase land of

Indians, 340

deceased, William Boardman administra-
tor of, 454

Thomas, admitted freeman, 408

Deacon, Mr., 458

Deane, Thomas, 53, 210, 214, 215

royal commissioners resolve to hear com-
plaints of, 194

the General Court vindicates its course

towards, 202

vs. the Governor and Company, and
Joshua Scottow, to be heard by royal

commissioners, 208, 209

summoned by the General Court con-
cerning his action, 214

protest by the commissioners against this

act of the General Court, 215

narrative of case of, 218

summoned to answer for a petition, . . . 317
Mr., and others, petition of, concerning

French ship and cargo seized, ... 35

Deane Pond, 78

Deare Island, 530



Death vi'arrants from General Court to be

signed by the secretary, 394

D'Aulnay, Monsieur, 407

De Bills, Charles, 127

De Bourg, Anthony, 311

Debtors, poor, in prison, board of, to be paid by

the creditors, 42

Debts, produce not a legal tender for, unless

by agreement, 463

Dedham, . . 20, 11.5, 137, 421, 487, 497, 528, 558
deputies of, 2, 41, 71, 101, 117, 142, 294, 330,
362, 417, 448, 485, 507, 551, 560
and Natick Indians, case between, settled, 49
new commissioners appointed to settle dif-
ficulties between Natick Indians and

town of, 69

eight thousand acres of land granted to, . 84
committee appointed to lay out grant of

^ight thousand acres of land for, . . 91
eight thousand acres of land located for, . 282

military officers, 567

Dening, Francis, soldier returned from New

York, 137

Denison, Dennison, Daniel, 30, 86, 116, 119. 140,
273, 279, 280, 282, 283, 313, 319, 344^ 377,
388, 437, 462, 484, 532, 555, 560, 572, 573,

576

chosen Assistant, 1, 40, 71, 99, 142, 294, 330,

363, 417, 448, 484, 506, 550

commissioner for the United Colonies, . 1, 40

commissioner in reserve, . 99, 142, 484, 550

chosen major general, 40

committee for preserving the charter, . 24, 96

land to be laid out for, 51

farm laid out for, 64

farm laid out for on Merrimac River, . . 65
five hundred acres of land granted to, . . 282

return of land surveyed for, 322

to hold Court at Hampton, 340

tine for absence remitted, 381

to hold Norfolk Courts, 496

George, 9,53,54,103,113

land located for, 29

Major, 327, 425, 452

Major General, 37, 56, 66, 73, 76, 91, 97, 106,
108, 150, 156, 308, 309

Dennis, Thomas, 270

Denny, John, 137

Deputies, exempted from serving in consta-
bles' watches, 4

common attorneys of inferior Courts not

eligible as, 87

not to be absent from the Court without

leave, 333

Deputy Governor, allowed servants at the pub-
lic charge, 126



GENERAL INDEX.



605



Deputy Governors, names of : Richard Belling-

ham, 1, 40. 71, 99

John Leverett, 484, 506

Samuel Symonds, 550

Francis Willoughby, 141, 294, 330, 363, 417,

448

Derby Hill, 336

De Euthier, garrison summoned against, to be

discharged, 276

Dickinson, John, petition of, 556

Dickinson, Dickerson, Thomas, . ... 428
slain at the Indian trading house of Cap-
tain Walderne, 414

Distillation of liquors, order concerning, ... 37
See Intoxicating liquors.

Dole, Richard, 557

deputy, 560

Dollar, see Pieces of eight.

Dorchester, . 17, 27, 39, 50, 106, 108, 137, 276, 277

deputies of, 1, 41, 71, 100, 117, 142, 294, 330,

362, 417, 448, 485, 507, 550, 560

part of, erected into the town of Milton, . 50

Douglass, Douglas, John, 126 — 128

proceedings against, in relation to the ship

Blue Dove, 126 — 128

Dover, 8, 56, 103, 266—268, 271—273, 296, 335, 339,

414, 425; 440, 460. 486, 553, 554, 572

deputies of, 2, 41, 72, 142, 295, 331, 362, 418,

449, 485, 507, 551, 560

to pay Brian Pendleton for care of a frozen

man, 8

Richard Waldern to marry at, 47

Captain Waldern granted power of magis-
trate against Quakers, &c., .... 69
commissioners of small causes to try ac-
tions not exceeding ten pounds, . . 424
appeals allowed from the associates' Court

to the County Court in, 452

Daniel Gookin to hold Courts at, . . . . 495
Court, William Stoughton to hold, . . . 553
and Portsmouth, petition for Henry Green-
land's release, 557

petition in favor of Walter Barefoot, . . 558

Downes, Dounes, Edmund, . . . 145, 305, 349

Henry Bridgam plaintiff against, . . . .311

Thomas, 269

Drake, Abraham, petition of, concerning duties

as marshal, 410

marshal of Norfolk, answer to petition of, . 556

Francis, 272

Nathaniel, ensign at Portsmouth, . . . 326

Drinker, Edward, 290, 427

Drunkenness among Indians, see Indians.

law for prevention of, 463

Dry dock, encouragement for building, . . . 346
order encouraging the building of, . . . 367



Dudley, Joseph, 561

deputy, 550, 560

Samuel, 271

Thomas, deceased, petition of William

Parks concerning estate of, ... . 9
committee to inquire for materials col-
lected by, for a chronicle, &c., . . . 515
Dudson, Joseph, 577

petition concerning ship seized, .... 574

and others, committee appointed concern-
ing insolent answers of, . . . . 577
Dummer, Richard, and Boynton, case between,

to be arbitrated, 45

five hundred acres of land granted to, . . 305

Mr., 57, 79

Duncan, Nathaniel, five hundred acres of land

surveyed for, 146

Mr., 22

discharged from office of sealer of

weights, &c., 102

Dunstable, 570

Dutch, letter from King Charles II. concerning

aid to reduce the, 117

two hundred men to be raised against the, 120

five hundred pounds appropriated for ex-
pedition against, 121

instructions for recruiting soldiers for ex-
pedition against, 122

at Monhatoes, soldiers raised for the reduc-
tion of, &o., 122, 157, 158

expedition, order appointing committee to

superintend, 123

messengers sent to commanders of expe-
dition against, concerning expenses,
&c., 123

expedition, soldiers supposed to have de-
serted from, confined, 137

expedition, cost of, to be paid by the

Treasurer, 140

war with, see Holland.

instructions of the king to commissioners

concerning reducing the, 162

letters of commissioners to council con-
cerning the same, and replies, . 163, 164

order concerning volunteers against, re-
corded, 167

ships, invasion of Massachusetts threat-
ened by, 280

and French, Massachusetts vessels taken

by, 316,328

and French, preparation for defence

against, 316

war against, to be proclaimed by sound of

trumpet, 517

special General Court called on account

of hostilities from, 572



606



GENERAL INDEX.



Dutch, Governor and council authorized to send

armed ships against, 572

at New York, vessels to be sent to repress

the insolence of, 576

Dutton, Thomas, 72

Dwight, Timothy, 548

resigns place of lieutenant at Medfield, . 382
Dyer, Dyar, Thomas, deputy, 2, 71, 142, 294, 313, 362

answer to petition of, 7

James Lovell plaintiff against, .... 375

Eagle Island, 530

Eam.es, Thomas, 465

Eastern towns, secretary to sign acts relating to, 75
Eastward. Court to be kept within the jurisdic-
tion of Massachusetts at the, . . . 566
Ejectment, Court and magistrates' power to
make good possession on judgment

for house or land, &c., 397

Elders of churches exempt from constables'



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