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deputy, . 117, 142, 295, 314, 331, 418, 449, 485

Holy Island, 447

Holyoke, Holioke, Holyoake, Elizur, 109, 322, 446,

459, 469

deputy, 2, 331, 448, 551,560

associate of Hampshire Court, 148

and others, petition of, concerning Marsh-
field's case, 153



GENERAL INDEX.



613



Holyoke, Mr., 97

Hooke, EUinor, petition against Thomas Clark

referred to inferior Court, 285

Francis, 250

Horse stealing, see Larceny.

Horses, oilder for improvement of breed of, . . 367

order concerning taxation of, 367

penalty for damage in trespass by, . . . 552

Houchin, Jeremiah, 311

deputy, 71, 100, 117, 142, 331

Mr., 151

Houlden, Randall, 253

House of Deputies, extra salary to William

Torrey, clerk of, 38

salary of clerk increased, 324

allowance for attendance on, 382

Householders not exempt from law concerning

idlers, 394

How, John, 48, 68, 500

Goodman, 56

Howard, Samuel, vs. Robert Cutler, .... 67

William, 439

Howlet, Houlet, Thomas, ... 64, 65, 104, 308

deputy, 117

Ensign, 51

Hubbard, Elizabeth, 95

Hubbard, Hobart, Hubbert, Joshua, 146, 453, 458,

514, 531, 541, 559, 565

deputy, 41, 71, 142, 331, 362, 417, 448, 485,

507, 551, 560
speaker of the House of Deputies, . . . 574

excused for absence, 44

appointed to administer oaths in Hing-

ham. 147

licensed retailer, 153

authorized to marry, give oaths, &c., at

Hingham, 517

Peter, and Josiah Coopei;, case between,

postponed, 19

vs. J. Cooper, order concerning review

of case, 26

minister of Hingham, land granted to, . 31

Captain, 357

Hubbard, Thomas, of Billerica, deceased, order

concerning estate of, 95

William, 493

Hudson, Francis, petition of, 93

three hundred acres of land granted to, . 407

farm located for, 494

William, 54, 120—122, 125, 140, 357, 359, 386,

494, 575

his claim to be paid, 104

to be paid for expenses to New York, 154
assignee of William Jeffries, com-
mittee appointed to lay out land
for, 302



Hudson, William, paid for a dinner given to

royal commissioners, 278

Captain, 276, 359, 495

his purchases in Narragansett declared

void by the king's commissioners, . 175
three hundred acres of land located for. 439

Hudson River, 570

settlement near, by John Paine and

others, 548

Hues, Joshua, administrator of Joshua Foote,
deceased, vs. Nathaniel Rogers, broth-
ers, and others, 292

Hull, 56, 81

Mr. John Prince, authorized to marry at, . 454

Hull, John, 150, 533, 547, 553, 559

deputy, 362,485,507,551

petition of, 339

and R. Sanderson, mint masters, agree-
ment concerning rent to the General

Court, 347

appointed lieutenant, 575

Mr., mint master, 12, 387

Humphrey, Joseph, two hundred acres of land

granted to, 77

Hunt, Ephraim, sergeant at Weymouth, . . 63, 349

John, 80

Samuel, 138

Wilham, 80

Husband and wife, oath of, in civil cases, . . 306

Hussey, Christopher, deputy, 507

Hutchings, John, late constable of Haverhill,

answer to petition, 106

Hutchinson, Edward, .... 126, 128, 488, 555

deputy, 449, 485, 507, 551, 561

petition concerning the " Three County

Troop," 82

fined for illegal voting. 108

petition of, 350

and others, petition in favor of Thomas

Gold, 413

Eliakim, lieutenant of " Three County

Troop,'' 558

of cavalry, 567

Elisha, 400

ensign to Captain James Oliver, . . . 555

Joseph, 114

Richard, and others, of Salem, answer to

petition of, 545

Idlers, order concerning apprehension of, . . 394
householders not exempt from law con-
cerning, 394

constables enjoined to enforce laws con-
cerning, 395

See Industry.

Ilsley, John, 435

and wife, answer to petition of, ... . 435



614



GENERAL INDEX.



Ilsley, Sarah, 435

Imitation of Clirist, by Thomas k Kempis, order

concerning the printing of, ... . 424

Imposts, law to prevent frauds in payment of, . 463

paid at Pisoataqua belong to the treasury, 496

Impressing of men, meaning of, 575

Impressment of men for repairing the Castle, . 42
commissioners of Charles II. desire an

amendment of the law concerning, . 213
Imprisonment of defendants, order concerning, 42

Ince, Jonathan, 240

Indian grant, committee appointed to lo-
cate, 70

lands, prohibition of purchase to extend

also to long leases, 282

affairs, agreement among United Colonies

concerning managing, 473

Indians, bounty to, for killing wolves, ... 2
Captain Gookin to keep Courts among, . 34
complaint of, against John Ashcroft, . . 53
at Marlboro', Rev. J. Eliot's petition con-
cerning lands of, 82

Putikookupogs, land granted to, near Quo-

boag, 109

letter of the king concerning, 159

declaration of royal commissioners con-
cerning lands of conquered, . . . .176
instructions to royal commissioners con-
cerning, 190

at Harvard College, schools, &c., account

of, 198

answer of the General Court to queries

of royal commissioners concerning, . 198
complaint of royal commissioners against

law concerning lands, &c., of, . . . 213
law to prevent drunkenness among the, . 297
Gookin anthorized to sell powder to, . . 330
complaint of Hampshire county concern-
ing, 359

See Mohawks; also Robin Hood,
trade with, in peltry, powder, &o., regu-
lated, 365

trade with, farmed to Richard Way, . . 399
order to prevent sale of stolen swine by, . 512
law against persons selling liquor to, . . 564
of Nova Scotia, see Fur trade.
See Waymesick.
Industry, constables enjoined to enforce laws

concerning, 395

Infancy, persons under tweuty-one not to be

parties in actions, &c., 397

no bar in criminal proceedings, .... 397
Ingerfield, George, lieutenant at Falmouth, . 404
Inhabitancy, three months' residence consti-
tutes, 475

Inman, Mr., and his sons, houses erected by, . 498



Innkeepers, wine sellers, and others, unli-
censed, to be prosecuted, .... 293
regulations concerning beer sold by, . . 344
and others, to pay duties on all intoxicat-
ing liquors sold, 365

Treasurer to farm the same, ...*.. 366

penalty for allowing Sabbath breaking, . 562

Inns, noisy singing, &c., at, law against, . .100

law to prevent tippling at, 463

Intoxicating liquors, regulations concerning

distillation and sale of, 37

law to prevent sale of, to Indians, . . . 297

duty on, see wines, 366

not to be given to workmen, 510

law against selling, to Indians, .... 564

impost on, see Wines.

Ipswich, 6, 14, 44, 50, 52, 53, 85, 103, 104, 120, 138,

233, 296, 317, 380, 521

deputies of, 2, 41, 71, 100, 117, 142, 294, 330,

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

petition of, concerning the charter, ... 26

military officers at, approved, 106

order concerning commissions of military

officers, 102

inhabitants of, granted liberty in Quabaug

plantation, 342

and Gloucester, answer to petition of, con-
cerning thatch banks, 427

Iron Works, petition of Joseph Hills and Rich-
ard Collicott for, 61

petition of Joseph Hills concerning, . . 85
Isaac, Thomas, see Abraham Browne.

Isle of Shoals, 87, 449

made a town, named Apledoore, .... 8
commissioners for, to be under the charge

of York County Court, 496

petition from inhabitants concerning local

affairs, 520

Jackson, Edward, . . 49, 50, 83, 136, 146, 154, 431
deputy, . . 30, 41, 142, 294, 313, 330, 362
petition for Cambridge village, .... 547
answer to petition of, concerning Cam-
bridge, 555

Elizabeth, petition concerning sale of

land, 525

John, 16, 61

Richard, 136, 270

deputy, 2

James I., 129

Jeffries, William, 302

Jenks, Jencks, Joseph, Sen., proposal of, for

making money, &c., 528

petition for aid in wire drawing, . . . 348
Joseph, Jun., tried for treasonable words

against the king's majesty, .... 7
Jesson, Abraham, 543



GENEEAL INDEX.



615



Jewett, Jewet, Maximilian, 526

deputy, ... 41, 71, 100, 117, 142, 507, 560

Job, a father to the poor, 133

Jocelyii, Jocelin, Henry, 11, 247, 250

Mr., 401, 402

Johnson, Edward, 11, 14, 39, 56, 74, 80, 83, 93, 99,

102, 109, 146, 242, 250, 293, 298, 315, 341,

345, 350, 357, 364, 427, 443, 444, 453.

deputy, 2, 41, 72, 100, 117, 142, 295, 314, 331,

362, 418, 449, 485

grant confirmed to, 22

committee on preserving the charter, . . 24
former grant of two hundred acres of land

renewed, 90

and William Stevens to make a map of

the colony, 145

committee to inquire for collections by, for

a chronicle, &c., 51.5

deceased, 542

Isaac, deputy, 485

James, 16, 110

resigns the place of captain, .... 301

John, 8

ensign at Rowley, 567

Marmaduke. printer, order concerning, . 93

answer to petition of, 387

Solomon, 505

William, 442, 443

lieutenant at Woburn, 516

Captain, .... 91, 102, 151, 315, 442, 556

Joiser, James, an Indian, 526

Jones, Joanes, John, .... 272

Thomas, commissioner for Dorchester, . 38

Stephen, 269

, 555

Jordan, Jordon, Jourdan, Robert, . 247, 250, 349

vs. Joseph Phippen, 93, 94

Mr., 1 1, 70, 94

charges against, by George Cleaves, to
be examined by a committee, ... 11

Joy, Thomas, 90

Joyliffe, John, 67, 145, 469, 488

Judson, Mary, executrix of Samuel Judson, de-
ceased, Nathaniel Chickering plain-
tiff against, 453, 470

Samuel, 470, 548

Jury, law concerning powers and liabilities of,

in trial of causes, 508

Justices of the peace, appointed in the prov-
ince of Maine by the commissioners

of Charles II., 250

their oath, 251

Keayne, Keaine, Robert, 327

Town or Court House in Boston founded

by, 351

Captain, 65



Kellond, Thomas, 215

attorney for Sir Richard Ford and others ;

granted a special court, 83

See Douglass, Captain.
William Greenough plaintiff against, . . 349
and Edmund Downes, William Green-
ough plaintiff against, 349

five hundred acres of land located for, . 495

Mr., 35, 127, 12S

Kemball, Henry, 571

Kemble, Richard, admitted freeman, . . . .315
Kempis, Thomas a. Popish minister, order in
relation to the printing his Imitation of

Christ, 424

Kennecticott, see Connecticut.

Kennibecke, 519

Kennybek, letter to Robin Hood, chief sa-
chem at, 361

Kent, William, petition for license as cook, . 302

Kerly, William, 440. 461, 505

commissioner concerning export of silver, 421
King of England, duty of allegiance to, . . 25

letter of thanks to be sent to, 27

to be solemnly proclaimed in Boston by

the secretary, 30

copy of letter, 32

order from, against persecution of Qua-
kers, 34

letter from, by Messrs. Bradstreet and

Norton, 58

letter from, concerning the Iron Works, . 58
committee appointed to report concerning

answer to letter from, 74

elders and others desired to send opinions

concerning, 74

letter from, concerning navigation acts, . 87
letter from, concerning conquest of the

Dutch, admission of freemen, &c., . 117
profession of allegiance to, . . ... 118

address voted to, 129

letter from, by his commissioners, . . .158'

letter (of 1662) recorded, 164

the Court's declaration of loyalty to, re-
corded, ... 166

address of the General Court to, in 1664,

recorded, 168

commissioners, royal, disclaim raising

revenue for, 184

profession of the General Court of their

loyalty towards, 187

royal commissioners desire thanksgiving

on birthday of, for restoration, . . . 212
address to, concerning acts of royal com-
missioners, 274

answer to letter from, to be sent by the

General Court to Secretary Morrice, .316



616



GENERAL INDEX.



King of England, two large masts sent as a

present to, 318

masts to be forwarded as a present to, . . 327
reply to letter of, sent to Lord Arlington, . 328
letter of, concerning Gorges' claim, see

Gorges, 243

despatch of the masts by Captain Pearse

to, 368

contributions asked from towns towards

paying for masts, &c., 369

King's province, the, 175

King, Thomas, and others, of Marlboro', peti-
tion for new plantation, 500

William, 8

Mr., 425

Kingsley, Stephen, deputy, 295, 314

Kirke, Thomas, 218

Mr., 35

Kittery, 250, 273, 404

deputies of, 2, 72, 100, 418, 449, 485, 507, 551
committee to lay out north line of, . . . 22
division of the town for religious purposes,

&c., 432

Knight, Ezekiel, 22, 246, 425

authorized as special magistrate for York

county, 152

special magistrate for York, 467

Richard, answer to petition of, .... 56
petition concerning Matthew Giles's es-
tate, 377

Mr., 404

associate in York County Court, . . . 404
Laborers not to demand or receive wine or

liquors, 510

Laborne, Laborgne, Monsieur Alexandre, 89, 90,

136
released on poor debtor's oath, .... 153

Ladwell, Thomas, 70

Laiten, Thomas, 269

Laiton. William, 269

See Layton.
Lake, Thomas, . . 51, 150, 377, 467, 488, 505

lieutenant of the north company of Boston, 91

land located for, 348

answer to petition of, 445

and others, land to be laid out for, . . . 501

land laid out for, 546

Captain, 67, 460

Lakin, John, 10

Lakin, Larkin, William, ensign at Groton, . . 556

lieutenant at Groton, 567

Lancaster, 23, 139, 148, 340, 439, 460

deputies of, 485, 507, 551, 561

brandmark allowed, 378

report of survey of limits of, 545

authorized to manage their own affairs, . 556



Land, decision of the General Court concern-
ing ownership, &c., 515

Lane, Edward, deceased, Thomas Heywood

plaintiff against the administrator of, . 444

Mr., 327

Langton, Joseph, 8

Rachel, 8

Larceny of horses and cattle, law concerning, 394

Laremitt, William, 89

Lathrop, Lauthrop, Lauthrope, Louthrop, Thom-
as, 504, 521, 538

deputy, 100,116,507,551,561

Lieutenant, 15. 17

Laughton, see Layton.

Layton, Thomas, deputy, 2, 30

e.xcused for absence, 44

Lawrence. John, petition of, referred to County

Court, 467

Nathaniel, ensign at Groton, 567

Sarah, 443

Laws of each session, order for printing, re-
vived ; committee for selecting, &c., . 4
committee appointed to superintend the

printing of, . . 136

objections against, by royal commissioners,

see Commissioners, royal,
in derogation of acts of Parliament, in-
structions to the royal commissioners

concerning, 193

of the colony, proposals by royal commis-
sioners for amendment, 211

Thomas Dariforth and others committee to

revise and publish, 282

committee appointed to revise and publish

the annual, 330

committee appointed to revise and publish,

for the use of Courts, 453

errors of press, &c., corrected in, .... 467
in conflict with former statutes, have re-
pealing force, . 467

committee appointed to revise, index, and

publish, 488

former committee to publish, 514

order in favor of John Usher, printer of, . 559
of each session, order concerning printing

and publishing of, 562

Lawson, Lauson, Christopher, and wife, en-
joined to live peaceably together, . . 426
Elizabeth, authorized to sue in forma

pauperis, 380

Leather, committee appointed concerning

abuses in tanning, 147

law concerning, amended, 512

law concerning inspection and exporta-
tion of, 564

See also Tanners.



GENERAL INDEX.



ei7



Leeson, Nicholas, 446

Legar, Anne, 79

Jacob, deceased, his widow authorized to

settle estate of, 79

Letter received from Charles II., 26

to be written to the church in Boston con-
cerning Mr. Norton's going to Eng-
land, 40

received from the privy council of Eng-
land, &c., 86

to Rev. John Owen, D. D., 97, 98

to the king's commissioners concerning
the reduction of the Dutch at Mon-

hatoes, 124

to Charles II., 129, 168

from Charles II., 152, 164, 168

from Charles II., in behalf of Ferdinando

Gorges, 243

to Secretary Morrice, .- 316

to Lord Arlington, secretary of state, &c., . 328

received from Connecticut, 354

to Connecticut, 354

to the chief sachem of the Mohawks, . .360
to Robin Hood, chief sachem at Kenne-
bec, •. ... 361

to Captain Waldern and others, . . . 370

from Connecticut, approving the articles of

confederation. &c., 501

to Connecticut, 501, 503

to the church of Newbury, 523

Letters to be sent to England, 27,36

sent to Connecticut and New Haven, . .102
to be sent to Charles IL and Sir William

Warren, &c., 318, 327

received from Connecticut and Plymouth, 561

to Plymouth and Connecticut, 561

Leveret, Leverett, John, 74, 110, 119, 134, 153, 268,
273, 279, 281, 313, 315, 319, 323, 333, 337,
344, 347, 355, 356, 369, 388, 404, 408, 425,
437, 441, 452, 453, 456, 462, 465, 467, 471,
476, 484, 498, 505, 528, 530, 531, 532, 538,
649, 552, 555, 558, 560, 572, 574, 576, 577

deputy, 71,100, 117

chosen speaker, 72, 100, 143

chosen Assistant, 142, 294, 330, 363, 417, 448
chosen major general, 71, 99, 142, 294, 330,
363, 417, 448, 484, 506
chosen commissioner for the United Col-
onies, 330, 363, 417

chosen commissioner in reserve, . . 448, 506
chosen Deputy Governor, .... 484, 506

chosen Governor, 550

letter to be sent to, 27

money to be sent to London for, .... 32
one thousand acres of land granted to, . . 56
commission given to, as major general, . 80
VOL. IV. PART II. 78



Leverett, John, commissioner to Rhode Island, 95
petition for Brewster's Islands, .... 81
granted five hundred acres of land in lieu

of Brewster's Islands, 82

and others, to receive the grand patent

from the secretary for safe keeping, 102

land located for, 112

sent as commissioner to Yorkshire, . . . 278
one hundred pounds, and thanks, voted to,

for batteries erected in Boston, . . . 1298
appointed to hold Court at Portsmouth, . 305
to send for persons who broke open the

house of Sir Thomas Temple, . . .315
committee on maritime affairs, .... 345
and others, committee to establish author-
ity in York county, 372

instructions to committee, . . ... 372

to hold Court at Portsmouth, 377

one of the commissioners on impost duties, 410

to hold Court in York county, 425

committee on articles of confederation, . 461
report from, concerning south boundary

line, 497

five hundred acres of land granted to, . . 506
Major General, 85, 91, 116, 136, 139, 146, 305,
309, 315, 322, 327, 331, 348, 352, 357, 430.
434, 440, 458.

Levitt, John, deputy, lOO, 117

Lewis, Leuis, John, 270

petition for license as cook, 302

petition of, referred to County Court, . . 376

Philip, 270, 455, 461

William, deputy, 44, 72, 100

Liberty, civil and ecclesiastical, answer of
General Court to royal commission-
ers concerning, 221

civil and religious, royal commissioners to

establish, 185

civil and religious, action of Court con-
cerning freemen, &c., 200

Lidget, Lydget, Ledget, Peter, 447, 467, 505, 562,

565

discharged from suretyship, 341

attorney for Thomas Bullock and wife vs.

John Checkley, 539

Lighten, John, Thomas Boreman plaintiff

against, 340

Limitations, statute of, concerning book ac-
counts, 422

statute of, extended to six years, . . . .511

Littlebury, Captain John, answer to petition of, 447

committee appointed on petition of, . . 408

Littlefield, Francis, deputy, 143

ensign at Wells, 404

John, lieutenant at Wells, 404

Loan, order for raising of, 369



618



GENERAL INDEX.



Loan, order concerning negotiation of, . . . 328
obligation of Court in relation to, for-
warded to Henry Ashurst, .... 329

London, 87

loan of one thousand pounds to be taken

up at, for the good of the country, . 329
fast on account of the plague in, Novem-
ber 22, (0. S.,) 1665, 281

Long Pond, 79

Long, Zechariah, answer to petition of, . . . 500

Lord, Robert, Jun., 383

surveyor of Mr. Symonds's land,. . . . 413
Captain, fined for bringing over Ann Cole-
man, a Quaker, 55

Lord's day, law concerning fines for profan-
ing, 276

penalties for work or travel on the, . . . 395
penalty on innkeepers for allowing profa-
nation of, 562

Loueraune, Lieutenant Colonel Theodore, ad-
judged to be owner of the ship

Speaker, 310

Lovell, James, vs. Thomas Dyar, 375

Levering, John, 269

Lowe, Anthony, 173

Lusher, Eleazar, 39, 74, 77, 86, 93, 116, 140, 150,
268, 272, 273, 279, 285, 301, 313, 319, 344,
350, 388, 437, 453, 462, 484, 532.

deputy, 2

chosen Assistant, 40, 71, 99, 142, 294, 330, 363,
417, 448, 484, 506
appointed to try Quakers in Dedham, . . 5
committee on preserving the charter, . . 24
to keep Norfolk County Court, .... 56
commissioner for running the line be-
tween Massachusetts and Plymouth, 66,

76, 77
commissioner to Rhode Island, .... 95
commissioner sent to Yorkshire, .... 278
grant of two hundred and fifty acres of

' land located for, 284

five hundred acres of land located for, . . 325
committee on affairs of Mendon, .... 497
directed to take measures for discovery of

a murder, 504

to collect materials for a history of the

colony, 515

Major, 83, 84, 88, 91

Mr., 247

Lynde, Mr., 54, 67

Lynn, 44, 62, 95

deputies, 2, 41, 71, 100, 117, 142, 294, 330, 362,
417, 448, 485, 507, 551, 560
commissioners authorized to marry at, . . 14
constable and deputy elect fined, ... 39
cavalry allowed to join with Salem, . . 95



Macdannels, Alexander, deceased, John Roy

administrator of. 103

Mackerel not to be caught before July 1, . . 450
not to be caught befoj-e July 1, annually, . 462

Macworth, Mr., 241

Magistrate, with an associate for Courts, to

serve in place of two magistrates, . . 533
Magistrates e.xempted from constable's watch-
es, 4

eighteen, to be put in nomination instead

of fourteen, 468

law authorizing refusal of verdicts by, re-
pealed, 509

not to be absent from the General Court

without leave, 333

order concerning pay of, 464

special, to be sworn, 424

Maine, Meine, Province of, . . 244. 247, 250, 251
controversy concerning jurisdiction of Mas-
sachusetts over, 245

special committee sent to settle affairs in, 278

Major General, commission of, 27

chosen : Humphrey Atherton, 1

Daniel Denison, .40

John Leverett. 71, 99, 142, 294, 330, 363, 417,

448, 484, 506

Maiden, 91

deputies of, 2, 41, 72, 100, 295, 331, 362, 418,
449, 485, 507. 551, 561

farm, 435, 436

one thousand acres of land granted to, for

the ministry in, 45

one thousand acres of land surveyed for

benefit of the ministry in, .... 148
answer to petition of, concerning parochial

lands, 377

Malt, increased duty imposed on foreigu, . . 552

decision concerning duty on, 565

Manchester, 44, 48

and Gloucester bounds, committee ap-
pointed to settle, 504

and Gloucester, report of committee on

boundaries between, 520

Manchester, Earl of, 36

letter of thanks to, 27

Manhattoes, letter from King Charles II. con-
cerning reduction of, 117

Map of the colony to be drawn, 145, 155, 187, 214
Edward Johnson and William Stevens to

make, . . . 145

William Reed, of Boston, to be paid for

making, 155

action of royal commissioners concerning, 182
action of the General Court concerning, . 1 87
sent by the General Court to the royal

commissioners, 213



GENERAL INDEX.



619



Marblehead, 15, 21, 87, 331, 421, 517

Salem commissioners granted magistrates'

power over, 21

Major Hathorne to direct military affairs

in, 299

encouraged to erect batteries, 299

exempt from taxes for one year, .... 377

fort, cannon shot granted for, 465

fort at, to be repaired out of its taxes, . . 510
Maritime cases, see Admiralty.

law, decision of case in, concerning freight, 516
See Admiralty.

laws enacted, 388

Marlborough, 48, 54, 67, 421, 460

deputies of, 295

brandmark of, 45

Edmund Rice to marry at, 63

Indians, Mr. Eliot's petition concerning

lands of, 82

committee appointed on petition of, . . . 83
report of committee concerning differences

at, 92

survey of limits of, filed, 343

committee appointed to settle affairs at, . 136
answer to petition of, concerning lands, . 430
committee appointed on the affairs of, . . 458
answer to petition of inhabitants of for

new plantation, 600

new committee appointed concerning dif-
ferences at, 505

committee appointed on petition of, con-
cerning division of lands, &:c., . . . 570
Marriage with former wife's sister declared

xmlawful, 454

Marshal, Edward Michelson allowed fifty

pounds per annum, 385

answer of the General Court concerning

power of, &c., . 41 1

Marshall, John, servant to the General Court,

his pay increased, 353, 405

Robert, . . 50

vs. Christopher Palmer, . . . 47

John Freake plaintiff against, . . 440, 453

Thomas, 458

deputy, 71, 100, 330, 362

Marshals authorized to serve process in towns, 59
committee appointed on laws concerning

duties of, 350

Marshfield, Samuel, 446, 459

controversy between Indians and, referred

to Hampshire Court, 153

Martin, Martyn, John, petition for leave to set-
tle at Pennycooke, 80

land granted to, 95

land laid out for, 107

petition of, referred to Chelmsford, . . . 378



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