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Martin, Richard, 543

deputy, 507, 561

Susanna, review of action in Salisbury

Court granted to, 540

authorized to join her sister in her

action, 555

William, 10

Mascappet Pond, 79

Mashapauge, 538

Mason, Arthur, 81

one hundred acres of land located for, . . 57

admitted freeman, 134

tried for treasonable speeches, .... 340

Hugh, 61, 121—123, 125, 139, 505

deputy, 2,30,100,117,485

and Captain William Hudson, officers

against the Dutch, 120

Captain, 140

Masterson, Nathaniel, marshal of the county

of York, 40, 371

Masts presented to the king, order for sending

to England, 327

trees for, reserved in Exeter, 384

Mather, Increase, 508

Richard, see Synod, 60

Mr., 24

Matoraoag; an Indian, 52G

Matson, Thomas, prison keeper, committee ap-
pointed to build house for, .... 575
Maverick, Elias, ensign of the north company

in Boston, 105

resigns his place of ensign, 505

Samuel, 141, 162, 173, 176, 179, 181—183, 186,

190, 191,314, 317

commissioner of Charles II., . . 157, 275

carriage of, at Portsmouth, excepted to, 168

committee appointed to answer a paper

received from, 315

petition of, referred to County Court, . 381
Samuel, Jun., deceased, committee ap-
pointed to examine those holding es-
tate of, on petition of creditors, . . . 145

Meakins, Thomas, 335

committee for Paucomptuck, 558

Medcalfe, Joseph, deputy, 2

Mr., 14

deputy, 30

Medfield, 17, 51, 137, 382, 554, 576

deputies of, 72, 100, 117, 142, 295, 331, 362,

418, 561
Meine, Province of, see Maine.

Mendam, Mendham, 496, 554

to belong to Suffolk, 497

established as a town, formerly Quantsi-

pauge, 341

to belong to the county of Middlesex, . . 342



620



GENERAL INDEX.



Mendam, Mendham, committee appointed to

examine affairs of, 496

answer to petition of, concerning lands, . 434
Mercliandise, law for valuation of, in taxa-
tion, &c., 409, 418

Merchants, resident, though foreigners, to he

taxed, 143

law for assessing taxes on, 363

Merrick, Thomas, admitted a freeman, . . . 285

Merries Point, 298

Merrimac River, 519

ferry over, 376

an island in, granted to John Gage, . . 505

alias Monomack River, 236

Messengers sent post, fees for, 574

Mexican and Spanish pieces of eight legal

tender, and to be stamped N. E., . . 533

Miantonimo, Miantonomo, 261

statement of dealings of Gorton with, . . 261
Michelson, Edward, land of, laid out for

Belcher, 381

marshal, allowed fifty pounds per annum, 385

Middlesex county, 6, 296, 297, 364, 439, 459, 486,

487, 501, 525, 528, 572, 573

Mendon to belong to, 342

artillery company granted one thousand

acres of land, 47

military training postponed, 276

to embrace farms near to Chelmsford, . . 351
commissioners, Johnson and Wayfe, . . 364

regiment to muster in 1668, 333

order concerning new cavalry corps in

frontier towns of, 439

regimental muster postponed, 568

Military affairs, commission officers exempt

from constables' watches, .... 4

major general's commission, 27

order of mustering the regiments, ... 73
committee appointed concerning, . . 74

John Leverett commissioned as major

general, 80

order concerning the " Three County

Troop," 82

orders concerning commissions of officers, 97
concerning disobeying commands, &c., . 97
cavalry, new laws concerning, .... 97
question as to precedence of companies, . Ill
two hundred men to be raised against the
Dutch ; Mason and Hudson to be cap-
tains : chaplain and surgeon to be

procured, 120

cavalry officers to be joined with those of

foot as committee on militia, . . . 120

commissions to officers, 120

Treasurer to provide necessary funds for

Dutch expedition, 121



Military affairs, order concerning recruiting

soldiers for Dutch expedition, . . . 122

Jacob Green commissary, 123

batteries, &c., of Boston to be put in a

state of defence, 154

explained for royal commissioners, . . . 203
royal commissioners desire amendment of

law concerning impressment, . . .213
Middlesex training postponed, .... 276
order for pajonent of extra garrison at

Castle, &c., 277

order for active preparation for defence, . 295
order encouraging saltpetre and powder

makers, 296

committee appointed for erecting a fortifi-
cation at Portsmouth, 306

order concerning corselets for pikemen, .319
order for raising a stock of gunpowder, . 331
places for defence to be constructed in

every town, 332

labor thereon to be in lieu of training, . . 332
military exercises suspended to make

forts, &c., 333

major general to examine the state of the

militia, 333

order concerning choice of officers, &c., 368, 422
new cavalry company in frontier towns of

Middlesex, 439

Captain Robert Pike appointed major for

Norfolk, &c., 452

decision as to fines, 469

assignment for musters of the regiments, . 486
order concerning collection of fines, . .510
order concerning repair of forts, .... 510
order concerning collection of fines, pun-
ishments, &c., 511

fishermen not exempt from training when

at home, 552

new company organized at Piscataqua, . 554
order for enlistment of horse and foot to
repel the Dutch under Major Daniel

Dennison, 572

ship Anthony fitted for defence of the

coast, 572

order explanatory concerning impressment

for service cigainst the Dutch, . . 575
Governor and council authorized to send



armed ships against the Dutch,



. 577

Military watches, order concerning the main-
taining of, 135

farmers of Salem exempt from, . . . .351

Milton, 51

deputies of, 295, 418

made a town ; part of Dorchester, ... 50
Ministers, advice asked of, concerning address

to the king, IIS



GENERAL INDEX.



621



Ministers exempt from taxation, 486

address of the, to the General Court, 489 — 492
answer of the General Court to, ... . 493

Minor, John, 9

Thomas, 53

complaint of, against Narragansett In-
dians, 54

Minot, James, 334

Mint, report of committee concerning, ... 12
master to coin twopenny pieces of silver, . 51
royal commissioners desire repeal of law

establishing the, 213

committee to obtain rent from the master

of, 333

agreement concerning revenue from, . . 347
Mitchell, Michell, Jonathan, . . . . 92, 119, 141
to oversee the printing of the result of the

synod, 62

one of the censors of the press, .... 62

Mr., 27, 74

committee on preserving the charter, . 24
Mohawks, letter to sachem of, on complaint of

inhabitants of Hampshire county, . . 360

Molasses not to be put into beer, 344

Molyne, Isaac, petition concerning ship seized, 574
Money, commissioners appointed to prevent

exportation of, 421

proposal of Joseph Jencks, Sen., for mak-
ing, 528

See Mint; also Pieces of eight.
Monhatoes, soldiers raised for the reduction

of, 122

Monhegen, 519

Monjoy, see Munjoy.

Monopoad, an Indian, 526

Moody, Joshua, 433, 434, 549

Rev. Mr., 272

Moore, John, 440, 461

Morgan, Francis, 70

Morellian confusion, &c., no part of the cause,
&c., of the first settlers of Massachu-
setts, 490

Morrell, Isaac, deceased, answer to petition of

executors of, 77

deceased, land of, located for N. Walker, . 384
Morrice, Morris, Sir William, secretary of state

in England, . . . .105, 204, 207, 245
committee on answer to letter from, . . . 150

letter to be sent to, 316

Morrice, , estate of Philip Wharton in

his hands to be improved, &c., . . . 382

Morse, Joseph, 270

deceased, petition concerning settling es-
tate of, &c., 17

Moses, John, 270

Moshonpa, 526



Moulton, James, admitted freeman, . . . .315
John, fined for neglect of Winnisimmet

ferry, 36

Mount Hope, Philip, sachem of, 358

Muddy River, answer to petition of inhabitants

of, 145

Mum, revenue from, granted to Richard Way, 398
Munjoy, Monjoy, George, ...... 250, 5G9

surveyor ofcnorth line of patent, eastward,

for Captain Clarke, 519

to be paid for surveying, 539

Mr., ._. 520

Munnings, Hannah, petition of, &o., returned, . 51

Muntenock, •. . 519

Muntinicas, 519

Murder in prison. Major Lusher appointed to

procure evidence concerning, . . . 504

Mutiny, law against, 503

Nanalaucet, land granted to, 95

Nanaleucit, son of Pasconavray, land to be lo-
cated for, 95

Nanamaconuck. son of Passeconaway, land to

be located for, ... 94

Nantucket, 198, 573, 574, 577

case concerning ship seized at, referred to

English courts, &c., 573, 575

Naomeage, 9

Narragansett Indians, action of royal commis-
sioners concerning, 175

Narragansetts, complaint against, by Nip-
mucks, and order of Court thereon, 357 — 361,
Nipmucks, plaintiffs against, case assigned

for trial, 378

and Nipmucks, order of Court concern-
ing, 385

Nash, James, deputy, 41,330

Nashaway River, 569

Nashoby, 460

Nashoway, now Lancaster, liberty granted to
Stephen Day to procure land of the
sagamore of, ... . .... 340

Natick, 49, 51, 84

Indians, bounds settled between Dedham

and, 49

and Dedham, new commissioners appoint-
ed to settle controversy between, . . 69
committee appointed to report on their

boundaries, 431

grant to Prayingjndians of, renewed, . . 465

brandmark for, 459

Navigation acts of Parliament, royal commis-
sioners' instructions concerning, . .193
declaration of the General Court concern-
ing, 202

laws concerning, 388

See Port and harbor regulations.



622



GENEEAL INDEX.



Navy, royal, of England, provision for recep-
tion of ships of, 101

order for contributing provisions for, . . 345

contributions collected for, 423

Naylor, Edward, 549

Neale, Francis, 404, 425

deputy, 449

excused from attendance, 452

Walter, 270

lieutenant at Portsmouth, . . . 326, 555

Neamia, an Indian, 526

Neff, William, f-'}"' '. "-5. i' 381

Negus, Benjamin, 413

Jonathan, 429

sealer of weights and measures, . . . 102

land granted to, 381

two hundred acres of land laid out for, . 428

his claims to be paid, 555

Mary, and child, Joseph Porter petitioner

concerning, 430

Nelson, Philip, admitted freeman, 146

lieutenant at Rowley, 567

Thomas, admitted freeman, 146

Nepnap, 284

Netus, an Indian, Elijah Corlett authorized to

buy land of, 6

Nevis, : 345

Newbury, 21, 44, 103, 317, 380

deputies of, 2, 41, 71, 100, 294, 330, 362, 417,
448, 485, 507, 551, 560

and Rowley, line confirmed, 7

petition of, conctirning the charter, ... 26
fined for not sending a deputy, . . . .149

fine of, to be collected by marshal, . . . 284

fine of, remitted, 323

committee appointed to settle difficulty

with military company at, .... 425
military officers at, under charge of the

major general, 440

council of churches summoned to settle

variance at, . . . 487

a council appointed to settle the difficul-
ties at, 549

return of council concerning church diffi-
culty at, 521

Newbury, Benjamin, and others, petition con-
cerning grant to Thomas Newbury,

deceased, 48

Thomas, petition of heirs of, 48

New Damerell's Cove, 519

New Haven, 87, 102

New London, formerly called Naomeage, . . 9

Newman, Antipas, 493

New Plimouth, see Plymouth.

New Salisbury established as a town, . . . 300

New York, 576, 329



Nicholas, Edward, 166

Nichols, NichoUs, Nicolls, Niccolls, John, . . 528

Randall, 413

Colonel Richard, .... 124, 128, 141, 146
and Cartwright, commissioners from King
Charles II., and commanders of expe-
dition against Dutch, 117

commissioner of Charles II., . . 157 — 275

Governor of New York, 329

Colonel, 401

Niles, Hannah, 83

John and Hannah, petition concerning es-
tate of William Ames, 83

Nipmuck Indians, complaint from, against the

Narragansetts, 357

order of Court thereon, 357 — 361

vs. the Narragansetts, case assigned for

trial, 378

and Narragansetts, order of Court concern-
ing, 385

Nipmuck River, order concerning persons set-
tled upon, 465

Nobstow, an Indian, petition of, 285

Nock, Thomas, 269

Nanatomenut, an Indian, petition of, ... . 285
Norfolk county, 104, 364, 415, 452, 486, 496, 499,

547, 572, 573

Court, Mr. Bradstreet to hold, 80

Courts, Messrs. Gookin and Symonds to

keep, 103

special magistrates appointed for, . . . 147
and Yorkshire, action in, concerning juris-
diction of Massachusetts, 249

Courts, Willard appointed to hold, . . .301
commissioners, Bradbury and Dalton, . . 364
Court, Samuel Symonds to hold, .... 380
Courts, Thomas Danforth to hold, . . . 424
Court, Captain D. Gookin appointed to

hold, 451

order concerning appeals from the Court
of associates in Dover and Ports-
mouth, 452

Courts, Simon Bradstreet to hold, . . . 495

Dennison to hold, 496

Major William Hathorne to hold, . . . 516
Captain Daniel Gookin to hold, . . . 554
Norman, Thomas, petition concerning abate-
ment of fine, 529

Northampton, . 11, 96, 147, 148, 302, 360, 540, 542

deputies of, 72, 100, 117, 142, 295, 331, 362,

418, 449, 507, 551, 561

Court to be held at, 52

bill of constable of, to be paid, .... 63

mill tar}' officers, 63

Lieutenant William Clarke authorized to

marry, &c., at, 517



aENEEAL INDEX.



623



Northampton, petition of inhabitants con-
cerning new settlement at Squakeage, 528

Northwottocke, 6

Norton, Francis, 5, 48, 56, 61, 74, 126—128, 282,

300, 315
deputy, 1, 30, 40, 71, 100, 117, 142, 294, 313,

330
granted powder for Charlestown, .... 14
petition for artillery company of Middle-
sex, 47

and Nicholas Davison, case to be heard

on petition, 80

nonsuited, 80

vs. Thomas Gleason, 91

petition in favor of fort at Charlestown, . 281
and Nicholas Davison, land laid out to,

for Charlestown, 324

Captain, 32, 99, 330

John, 24, 58, 98, 164, 445

colonial agent, 37

deceased, Dr. Owen invited to settle as

successor of, 97, 98

land laid out for assignees of, ... . 380

Mr., 27, 69, 184

Nova Scotia, 316

fur trade in, illegal, except by license of

governor of. 74

and Acadia, trade in furs, &o., in, forbid-
den, &c., 323

Nowell, Alexander, 540

Increase, deceased, land granted to ex-
ecutors of, located, &c., Ill

Noyes, Noies, Noyce, Noyse, Noise, Thomas, 6, 16,
55, 121, 139, 146, 148, 151, 284, 293, 300,
324, 326, 327, 335, 337, 341, 380, 445, 503,
504, 545, 566.

deputy, 117, 142, 295, 314

petition for grant of land refused, ... 93
land granted to, for military services, . .139
and others, petition for survey of lands, . 293
two hundred and fifty acres of land laid

out for, at Quansigamond, .... 307

Lieutenant, 283

Ensign,. ... 19, 47, 48, 85, 283, 409, 436
Nutter, Edward, soldier returned from New

York, 137

Hate Evil, 269

Oakes, Edward, 136

deputy, .... 417, 448, 485, 507, 551, 560

Urian, 508, 549, 559

censor of the pre.ss, 509

appointed fellow of Harvard College, . 536

Mr., 540

Oath, secretary's, 4

Officers, public, of the country exempt from

constables' watches, ... . . 4



Officers, public, declared by the General Court
(in answer to royal commissioners)

not to be paid enough, 222

Oliver, Olliver, James, 101, 110, 126, 128, 488, 555
to entertain the commissioners of the Unit-
ed Colonies, 50, 75

allowed powder to salute ships, .... 78
petition in favor of Anabaptists, . . . .413
commissioner concerning export of sil-
ver, 421

James, 555

Peter, 337, 452

executor of Thomas Robinson, de-
ceased, . . 352

Captain, .82

Orchard, Robert, Theodore Atkinson plaintiff

against, 308

Osborn, Osborne, Thomas, 290,316

Osgood, John, deputy, 295,314,418

Overroone, ship Charles, of, . . . 202, 214, 218
Owen, Dr. John, letter written to, inviting him
to settle in Boston, as successor to
Mr. Norton, deceased, .... 97, 98
Oyster River, answer to petition of inhabitants

of, 432

Oxenbridge, John, 508, 559

censor of the press, 509

answer to petition of, 569

Mr., authorized to print his election ser-
mon, 540

Paddishall, Mr., 519

Paddy, William, 447

deceased. Captain William Davis execu-
tor of, 84

executors of Captain Thomas Clark, plain-

tiif aga.inst, 455

Paige, Page, Anna, 302, 309

petition of, concerning Robert Keayne's

estate, 327

Nicholas, 309

and wife, vs. Richard Cooke, .... 302

Robert, deputy, 362

Mr., 577

Paine, see Payne.

Palmer, Christopher, 47

Robert Marshall plaintiff against, ... 47
claim against Edward Colcott to be paid,

&c., 50

Richard Walderne plaintiff against, . . . 321
defaulted on his recognizance, .... 322
petition for remission of forfeiture, . . . 337

Elizabeth, 8

Henry, 334, 407, 442

deputy, 331

Walter, and John Minor, petition concern-
ing Pequot lands, 9



624



GENERAL INDEX.



Palmer, Walter, deceased, his will approved, . 52
Paraaquesick, on Checkaby River, reserved for

a town, 436

land granted to, 558

Papisseconaway and his associates, land grant-
ed to, for an Indian plantation, ... 51

Parke, John, 353

See Parks.

Parker, James, 85, 440, 570

lieutenant at Groton, 556

captain at Groton, 567

John, 16, 22, 70, 105, 108, 109, 285, 300, 335,

339, 343

land granted to, 138

land located for, 147

Jonathan, petition of sureties of, for abate-
ment of fine, 81

Joseph, petition of, for Groton, 301

Nathan, 407, 442

Paul, 453

Richard, land located for, 8

land granted to, 82

Rev. Thomas, 487

minister of Newbury, letter to, . . . . 523

Rev. Mr., 424, 522

Parks, Richard; allowed to continue church

membership at Cambridge, .... 46
Thomas, answer to petition of, .... 570
Parks, Parkes, Parke, William, 8, 13, 49, 50, 136,
145, 147, 315, 333, 347, 427, 431, 435, 453,
466, 471, 486, 569, 575.
deputy, 1, 30, 41, 71, 100, 117, 142, 294, 313,
330, 362, 417, 448, 507, 550, 560
petition concerning estate of Thomas Dud-
ley, deceased, 9

committee on affairs of Mendon, .... 497

Deacon, 78, 96, 548

Parsons, Joseph, answer to petition of, . . . 302

Pason, Edward, 62

Giles and Edward, title confirmed from
the administrators of Major General

Atherton, 62

Passacouaway, Passeconaway, . .... 95

land granted to his sons, &c., . . . . 94, 95
Patent, order concerning the safe keeping of, . 102
argument of the General Court concerning

north line of, 236

line of, between Massachusetts and Plym-
outh to be run, &c., 458

See Charter.
Patrick, Patricke, Captain, . . . 104, 289, 308

Patteshall, Richard, 218

Patucket, 106

Paucatuck, 242

Paucoraptucke, liberty of a township granted

to inhabitants of, &c., 558



Paukatucke, 45

Pautuckett, rights of Indians at, petitioned for

by Mr. Eliot, 16

Payne, Paine, John, 81, 558

vs. John Baffin, 149

John Saffin plaintiff against, 308

title confirmed to, from administrator of

John Evered alias Webb, 439

assignee of Rev. John Norton, land lo-
cated for, 445

and others, authorized to settle near Hud-
son River, 548

answer to petition of, 558

line of settlement of, to be run, .... 570

Moses, 434,495

deputy, 295, 314, 362

commissioner concerning export of sil-
ver, 421

Thomas, 414

fined for selling liquor to Indians at

Pennicooke, 428

William, 104

Mr., 289

and John Saffin, case between, . . . 283
Payson, see Pason.

Peabody, Francis, lieutenant at Topsfield, . 376
Peach, John, answer to petition of, .... 570

Peacock, William, .... 46

Pease, John, 458

Pearce, Captain John, land granted to, laid out

for Peter Tufts, 501

Pearse, Captain, announces acceptance of

masts by the king, 368

See also King.

Pecker, James, 438

vs. Samuel Bradstreet and Edward Tyng, 455

Pecumtick, 283

Peirce, Captain John, 369

six hundred acres of land granted to, . . 370
account of, for transporting masts to the

king, 461

claim due from, 532

Captain, 370,571

masts on board his ship to be procured
of, and sent to England as a present

to Charles II., 318

Peirpoint, Mr., 548

John, deputy, 507

Peirson, Peter, 20, 24

Pellmgton, Henry, fine for illegal voting

abated, 459

Pelham, Mr., 81

Pemequid, . . 519

Pemicooke, Salem granted a plantation at, . . 91

Pendleton, Brian, 11,83

deputy, 2, 72



GENERAL INDEX.



625



Pendleton, Brian, to be repaid, by Portsmouth

and Dover, for care of a frozen man, . 8
commissioner to enforce English naviga-
tion laws, 87

commissioned as captain at Portsmouth, . 139
Nathaniel Boulter, plaintiff against, . . 376

major at Saco, 404

to keep York County Court, 404

special magistrate for York county, . . . 406
associate for York County Court, .... 425
paid for capture of Captain Bonython, . . 527
excused from military service, .... 549

James, 270, 306, 350, 555

admitted freeman, 315

captain at Portsmouth, 326

Major, 404

Captain, 13

Pengrey, Moses, deputy, 142

Penniman, Pennyman, Lydia, vridovr of James,

answer to petition of, 302

James, 302

Pennicooke, Pennycooke, Penecooke, 242, 387, 414,

428
John Martyn and others allowed to settle

at, 80

Pepin, Jacquis, 218

James, allowed to reside here, . . . . 31
Pequot Indians granted eight thousand acres of

land in the conquered territory, . . 53

land laid out for, 119

land located on petition of, 113

lands, complaint against royal commis-
sioners for vacating titles to, . . . . 229
country, letter to Connecticut concern-
ing inhabitants of, 544

Perkins, Abraham, answer to petition of, . . 79

Perley, Perly, John, 52, 60

his case referred to Essex County Court, . 79

Perries, Wigman, 114

Petition of the General Court to Charles II., . 247
Petitions presented to the General Court from
several towns for the preservation of

the charter, 136

committee appointed to read and report

upon, 322

committee appointed to consider and re-
port upon, 427

Philip, sachem of Mount Hope, 358

sagamore, 498

Phillips, Phillip, Henry, 113

deputy, 507, 561

approved as ensign, 148

excused from military service, .... 555
John, his case referred to an inferior

Court, 75

deputy, 117

VOL. IV. PAET II. 79



Phillips, Nathaniel, 402

William, 250

major of York county, 76

Samuel, 493

Phippen, Phippeny, Joseph, answer to petition

of, 359

petition concerning his goods attached,

&c., 93

Phipps, Solomon, 413

Pickard, John, deputy, 2

Pieces of eight to pass for six shillings of New

England money, 533

to be stamped, 533

under the weight of six shillings to pass
for as much New England money as

they weigh, 533

Pike, Robert, 74, 335, 372, 383, 384, 454, 496, 549

deputy, 71, 314, 362, 448, 560

and Samuel Dalton, special acting magis-
trates for Norfolk, 147

to keep York County Court, 404

exempt from taxes on account of ser-
vices, 415

special magistrate, 425, 451

sergeant major for Norfolk county, &c., . 452

special magistrate for Norfolk county, . . 554

Pillar pieces of eight to pass for six shilhngs, . 533

Piracy and mutiny to be punished with death, 563

Pirate, ship at the Isle of Shoals suspected of

being a, 449

Pitch, &c., liberty granted to Richard Wharton

and others to make, 499

Piscataqua, 13,87,421,430,452,564

duties collected at, to be used for forts, .516

new company organized at, 554

revenue duties collected at, due to the

treasury, 496

Piscataqua River, 331, 452

Place, Peter, answer to petition for remission

of fine, 300

Plague in London, 280

Plaisted, Playsted, Roger, . 113, 175, 403, 404, 069

deputy, 72, 100, 551, 561

deprived of Pequot lands, 229

lieutenant at Kittery, 404

Plimouth, see Plymouth.
Plummer, Samuel, ferryman at Newbury, an-
swer to petition of, 103

Plymouth, Plimouth, 56, 87, 89, 156, 161, 174, 177,
256, 261, 443, 461, 472, 474—477, 483, 502,
514, 541, 574.
and Massachusetts, line between. Captain
E. Lusher appointed commissioner to

survey, 66

line, committee appointed to survey and

settle, 88



626



GENEEAL INDEX,



Plymouth line settled, 113

line, action of the king's commissioners

concerning, 168 — 173

law concerning imposts suspended as to, . 450
line, committee appointed to finish the

survey of, . . 458

and Connecticut, confederation with, . . 471
line, report of committee appointed to sur-
vey, 531

letter to, from General Court, 561

letter from, concerning war with the

Dutch, 572

in England, right to Massachusetts pur-
chased of the council established at, 129

Pomfret, William, 269

Pomhom, 262

Ponbakin, an Indian guide, 242

Pond, Mary, 81

petition of, referred to in petition of Nich-
olas Ellen, 107

Robert, deceased, Mary, his widow, au-
thorized to settle estate, 81

William, 81

Pontauhum, an Indian guide, 242

Poole, John, 405

Jonathan, and William Green, petition of, 66

quartermaster of cavalry, 488

Popery, one of the selectmen of Woburn ac-
cused of speaking of the letter of

Charles II. as being, 72



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