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Stoughton, Staughton, William. 441, 456, 484, 487,
488, 530, 532, 549, 559, 560, 572, 574, 576

chosen Assistant, 484, 506, 550

chosen commissioner of the United Colo-
nies, in reserve, 550

admitted freeman, 145

appointed to hold Courts in Dover and

Yorkshire, 553

committee on affairs of Mendon, .... 497

Mr., 435, 505

thanked for election sermon, .... 376

Stowers, Joseph, 570

Mary, widow of Joseph, authorized to sell

lands to Robert Carter, . . . 570



GENERAL INDEX.



633



Stratton, Bartholomew, John Gifford plaintiff

against, 308

Strawberry Bank, 273

Strays, order concerning crying or publication

of, 319

Strong. John, 446

Studson, Robert, 116

Cornet, 531

Sturgeon, order concerning, 553

Suckquakege, on Connecticut River, reserved

for a town, 436

Sudbury, . . 6, 16, 17, 55, 67, 85, 150, 151, 460, 528
deputies of, ... . 117, 142, 295, 418, 561
petition of, concerning the charter, ... 26

Goodenow to marry at, 80

Suffolk county, 60, 296, 297, 302, 306, 364, 382,
486, 497, 525, 528, 532, 547, 571—573

order for choice of major for, 35

Courts to be held by magistrates living

therein, 62

Courts assigned to divers magistrates for

the four terms, 73

to pay part of repair of Town and Court

house, 351

commissioners appointed, Foster and Fish-
er, 364

Court adjourned, 405

Court, Freegrace Bendall clerk of, . . . 464

adjourned to November, 1670, 464

Sumner, Somner, Wilham, deputy, 294, 313, 330,

362, 417, 448, 507
Sumptuary laws, law against extravagance in

dress, 41

Sunderland, see Hadley, 557

Sureties, committee appointed on law concern-
ing, 350

law concerning remedy against, .... 509

Swampscot, 335, 460

Swan, Swann, Richard, 526

deputy, 295, 314, 331, 362, 418, 449, 485, 507,

551
Swine, regulation concerning marking of, and
concerning stealing and sale of, by

Indians, 512

Switzer, Benjamin, 413

Symmes, Simms, Zechariah, 60, 92

Symon, an Indian, 526

Symonds, Symons, Samuel, 30, 86, 116, 150, 248,

273, 279, 313, 319, 344, 350, 384, 388, 412,

437, 462, 484, 532, 555, 559, 560, 572, 574,

576.

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

363, 417, 448, 484, 506

chosen Deputy Governor, 550

land located for, 6

committee on preserving the charter, . . 24
VOL. rV. PAET II. 80



Symonds, Symons, Samuel, to keep Norfolk

County Court, 27

land located for, 57

magistrate in Norfolk Court, 104

three hundred acres of land located for, . 139
two hundred and fifty acres of land grant-
ed to, 324

appointed to hold Norfolk Court, .... 380

land to be located for, 382

two hundred and fifty acres of land locat-
ed for, 41 1

appointed to hold York County Courts, . 516

Samuel, Sen., 426

Samuel, Jun., 412, 413

William, 66, 72

Mr., 37, 73

Symsbury, 529

Synod of churches called, 38

report of, presented by Messrs. Wilson,

Mather, and others, to be printed, . . 60
preface to be prepared for the result

of, &c., 62

Tailors forbidden to make extravagant clothes

for children, servants, &c., .... 41
to make apparel according to the mind

and order of parents, &c., 42

Talcott, John, 443, 476

Tanners and shoemakers, petition of Messrs.

Bishop and Allen concerning, . . . 303

Tapping, John, petition of, 527

Tariff, two per cent, duty bill referred to a

committee, 387

two per cent, on imported goods, &c., . . 410

new, imposed, 418

persons exempt from taxation are not ex-
empt from duties under the, .... 438
Taxation, persons exempt from, are not exempt

from impost duties, 438

Taxes increase twenty-five per cent, advance, 59, 60
prices of corn, &c., for, 60, 88, 135, 281, 415,

464, 567
twenty-five per cent, advance levied, . . 88
fifty per cent, additional levied, . . 135

to be assessed upon resident strangers, . 143
half of a single rate additional to be

levied, 281

one thousand pounds to be levied, if loan

be not raised, 318

one half of a single rate added, .... 346
goods offered for, not mentioned in Court's

order, to be appraised, 350

committee appointed on assessment of, . 350
law for more equal assessment of, . . . 363
law for assessment of merchandise, &c., 409,

418
half a rate levied, 415



634



GENERAL INDEX.



Taxes, half a rate only to be collected, . . . 464
ministers, settled, exempt from paying, . 486
not to be levied foi the current year, . .534
revenue from wines, &o., sufficient for the

■wants of the country, 534

one rate to be levied for the Castle, and
three quarters of a rate for the coun-
try, 567

Taylor, Tailor, Henry, account of, referred to a

committee, 351

Francis, 497

James, 494,517,519

John, 318, 327

Ted, Joshua, lieutenant at Charlestown, . . 438
Temple, Sir Thomas, . 75, 106, 316. 323, 328, 329

governor of Nova Scotia, &c., 74

order concerning prisoners of, 89

to be treated with concerning prison fees

due for Laborgne, 136

order to apprehend robbers of the hou.se of, 315
trade in furs, &c., in jurisdiction of, for-
bidden, ..... 323

Colonel, 21, 36

Tenants in common, order concerning pastur-
age by, 563

Tender, produce not legal, unless by agree-
ment, 463

Thanksgiving appointed, 20, 58, 280, 320, 346, 438,

464, 534, 565
Thatch banks, decision concerning rights in, to

low water mark, 427

Thatcher, Samuel, deputy, 142, 294, 313, 362, 417

Thomas, Sen., 492

Thaxter, John, 121

deputy, 294, 313

Thomas, Alice,' 85

answer to petition of, 149

petition concerning inn license, .... 378

liberated, 548

Evan, 85

Thomas, Thomus, Rowland, . . . 446, 459, 469

Thorpe, John, 19

Three County Troop, 567

Tibbuts, Henry, 269

Jeremiah, .... 269

Tilton, Tylton, Peter, 298, 315, 335, 528, 541, 558
deputy, 142, 295, 314, 331, 362, 449, 485, 507,

551, 561

excused from attendance, 385

Tincker, John, 9, 10

Todd, John, deputy, 117

Toleration, letter of King Charles H. concerning, 1 65
royal commissioners to establish, . . .185
complaint of the royal commissioners
against the General Court concern-
ing, 205



Toll book to be kept by the clerks of the writs

for the entry of horses, &c., .... 394
Tonnage duties levied, see Port and harbor.

Topsfield, 44, 289, 376

deputies of, 117

and Salem line, committee to run, ... 46
and Salem line, order concerning; settled, 113
Mr. Endicott's farm in, to be taxed, . . . 378

Torrey, Joseph, 140, 174

Samuel, 493, 559

William, appointed to try Quakers in

Hingham, . . / 5

clerk of the House of Deputies, five

pounds extra salary granted to, . . 38
clerk of the House of Deputies, salary

increased, 324

authorized to administer oaths at Wey-
mouth, 554

Tounesend, Robert, 270

Teuton, John, of Rochelle, France, and other
Protestants, allowed to settle in Mas-
sachusetts, 67

Tower, John, answer to petition of, .... 557
Town house in Boston, committee appointed

for repair of, 466

founded by Captain Robert Keayne, . .351
Towns, petitions from several, presented to the
General Court for the preservation of

the charter, 136

forts or defences to be built in, ... . 332
letters sent for contributions from, for

present to the king, 369

fines imposed by selectmen of, to be

levied by constables, 486

of one hundred families to maintain gram-
mar schools, under penalty, &c., . . 486

Tra, Anthony, an Indian, 537

Travis, James, 304

Treason, instructions to royal commissioners

concerning persons attainted, . . .193
for answer of Court, see Goffe, 1665.
Treasurer of the country to pay for killing

wolves, 2

committee appointed to take the account of, 19

account of, order concerning, 45

public and county, explanation of law

concerning, 59

account of, committee to audit, .... 88
his account audited and approved, . . . 105
to pay John Hutchins, late constable of

Haverhill, &c., 106

account of, to be audited, 45, 88, 282, 300,
346, 427, 450, 514, 565
to be indemnified for advances of money, 123
to pay for the entertainment of the king's

commissioners in Boston, 134



GENERAL INDEX.



635



Treasurer, to pay Captain Roger Clap for laying

out southern line of the patent, . . . 139
to pay twenty-six pounds four shillings
and three pence expended on the

South Battery in Boston, 281

to provide wood for the Castle, .... 287
to send his warrants for doubling the

country rate, 318

to pay for masts to be sent to England, 318,

328

to pay Alexander Beck, 335

to sell produce to pay for masts sent to the

king, 339

to disburse money out of the public treas-
ury to purchase a set of instruments
and tools for wire drawing, .... 352
and his assistants to let and set to farm the

imposts, &c., 366

accounts of, approved, 400

accounts of, approved by a committee, . 415
charged with duty of collecting taxes on

imposts, 419

seal established for, 420

to pay for the passage of John Littlebury

to England, 447

to pay for the impression of the laws, &c., 488
and secretary to procure the records of the
General Court and of the council to

be transcribed, 509

to send to England for money due to the

country, 532, 533

to pay the amount due to Governor Win-

throp, &c., 533

report of committee on accounts of, . . .548

accounts of, approved, 571

chosen, Richard Russell, 1, 40, 71, 99, 142, 294,

330, 363, 417, 448, 484, 506, 550

Treiaway, Nathaniel, land located for, . . .111

petition for a plantation, 293

Tree, Frances, 334

Trespass by cattle, order concerning, .... 42
penalty for damage by horses, .... 552

Trumble, John, admitted freeman, 146

Tucker, Richard, 270

Robert, deputy, 418

Tufts, Peter, land laid out for, 501

Turpentine and rosin, &c., monopoly of mak-
ing, granted to Richard Wharton and

company, 499

Turner, John, land located for, 556

one hundred and fifty acres of land grant-
ed to, 547

William, 290, 373, 413

Turtoodas salt not to be used in curing fish, . 450
Tuttle, Tuttel, John, lieutenant to "Three

County Troop," 149



Tuttle, John, excused from cavalry service, . 558
excused from military service, .... 567

Simon, 78, 110

Twelve, Robert, ensign at Braintree, .... 495
Tyd, Joshua, attorney for Zachariah Long, an-
swer to petition of, 500

Tyler, Job, hearing granted in his case with

Thomas Chandler, 326

and Thomas Chandler, case between, . . 340
authorized to sue Thomas Chandler in

forma pauperis, 351

case of, referred to Court of Assistants, . . 387
Tylley, William, ordered to live with his wife,

and she to submit, 288

Tyng, Ting, Edward, 5, 13, 22, 32, 48, 120, 139, 156,
343, 372, 388, 404, 408, 431, 435, 437, 440,
441, 447, 456, 462, 467, 484, 505, 514, 532,
560, 570, 572, 574—576.

deputy, 1, 30, 41

chosen Assistant, 363, 417, 448, 484, 506, 550
associate for Dover and York, ..... 27
and Lieutenant Cook, commissioners to

settle Natick Indian dispute, ... 69

vs. John Saffin, 321

to hold Court at Portsmouth, 377

and Simon Bradstreet, James Pecker plain-
tiff against, 455

Mr., 138, 556

Tyte, Thomas, 83

Uncas, letter sent to, concerning injuries to

Wassamegin, &o., 23

Uncataquissett, 50

United Colonies of New England, James Oliver

to entertain the commissioners of, . 50, 75
secretary to give notice to each, of the

meeting of the king's commissioners, 136
report of commissioners of, read, . . . .140
account of commissioners continuing con-
federation approved, 155

letter of the king concerning harmony be-
tween, 159

royal commissioners declare the confeder-
ation unlawful, 213

confederation of, defended before the royal

commissioners by the General Court, 229
report of commissioners of, referred to a

special committee, 353, 354

commission proposed for new confedera-
tion, ■ 443

committee appointed to treat with, con-
cerning articles of confederation, . .461
articles of confederation between, . . . 471
same ratified by the General Court with

amendments, 476

articles of confederation, &o., recorded at

length, 471



GENERAL INDEX.



United Colonies of New England, answer of
Connecticut to amendments of the
General Court to the articles of con-
federation, '. 501

reply of the General Court to, 503

articles of confederation to be transcribed

by the secretary, 514

draught of, approved, 514

commissioners authorized to sign, . .515

Upham, John, petition for Maiden, 377

Upshall, Dorothy, 27

Nicholas, 21, 50

on petition of Dorothy, removed to Dor-
chester, 27

Usher, Hezekiah, 145, 150, 330

deputy, 485, 507, 551

committee on raising funds, 39

is requested to purchase five hundred

muskets for the colony, 562

John, answer to petition of, concerning

printing; 527

printer of the laws, privilege granted to, 559

Mr., 571

Vagabonds, order concerning, 43

agreement among the United Colonies

concerning, .... .... 475

Vagrant, see Vagabond.

Valuation of sheep to the country and county

rates, 564-

Vassall, John, petition for relief for inhabitants

at Cape Fear, 337

William, 524

Vaughan, William, appointed lieutenant of

cavalry, 549

Verdict, law authorizing refusal of, by magis-
trates, repealed, 509

Veren, Hilliard, 104

commissioner to enforce English naviga-
tion laws, 87

Veriiey, Rachel, 8

Vessels of more than twenty tons burden, ton-
nage duty to be paid by, for support

of fortifications, 331

Viall, John, petition for innkeeper's license, . 47

Vialls, John, 156

Vines, Mr., 238

Virginia, 47

answer of General Court to letter from, . 70
Vosse, Vos, Robert, John Capen plaintiff

against, 378, 384

Wade, Jonathan, land granted to, 14

Wading River, 439, 494

Wadleigh, Wadley, Robert, 411

vs. Walter Barefoot, 426, 455

petition of, concerning hearing of his case, 428
decision in case of, 446



Wain Wright, Francis, ... 106

Waite,.see Wayte.

Waldern, Paul, 414

Walderne, Waldern, Richard, 11, 83, 146, 269, 306,

322, 335, 372, 377, 383, 384, 404, 414, 451,

476, 571.

deputy, 2, 41, 72, 142, 295, 314, 331, 362, 418,

449, 485, 507, 551, 560

chosen speaker, .... 295, 331, 362, 551

claim by John Warren, for costs against, . 9

to marry, at Dover, 47

granted power of magistrate vs. Quakers,

&c., at Dover, 69

authorized to qualify commissioners at

York county, 69

oath of, about Merrimac River, .... 242

petition against Israel Wight, 283

vs. Christopher Palmer, 321

to hold Courts at Portsmouth, 335

to keep York County Court, 404

magistrate in York county, .... 406, 424

answer to petition of, 445

special magistrate for Portsmouth and

Dover, 424, 452

and partners vs. Leonard Weeks, . . . 460

associate in York Courts, 496

two hundred and thirty acres of land

granted to, 501

associate in York County Courts, and spe-
cial magistrate, 516

land of, laid out for Thomas Lake, . . . 546

special magistrate for Dover, 554

and others appointed a committee on pe-
tition of Richard Foxwell, .... 569

William, 303

Captain, 315, 432

Walker, Joseph, 270

Nathaniel, land located for, 384

Richard, deputy, 560

Shuball, 466

William, released from prison, .... 66
Walton, George, answer to petition of, . 445, 454
Wampas, alias White, John, and Anthony
Tra, committee appointed on petition

of, ■ 537

Wampumpeage, law making legal tender re-
pealed, 4

Wanalancet, an Indian, petition of, .... 285

War, to be prevented, &c., 473

Ward, John, 492

Mary, petition of, referred to Suffolk

Court, 338

Samuel, 299, 465

commissioner concerning export of sil-
ver, 421

William, deputy, 295, 314



GENEEAL INDEX.



637



Ward, Mr. Nathaniel, six hundred acres of
land, formerly belonging to, to be laid
out for the benefit of the college, . .113

, 556

Wards, see Guardians.

Ware, Peter, deputy, 143, 418

to be recorder of York county, in case,

&c., 152

Warner, Andrew, answer to petition of, con-
cerning estate of John Bernard, . . 483

Warren, John, 9

Sir William, 318. 327

Warwick, 234

Washacome Pond, 324

Wassamegin, complaints from, against Uncas, 22

Watananock River, 569

Watertown, 276

deputies of, 2, 41, 71, 100, 117, 142, 294, 330,
362, 417, 448, 485, 507, 551, 560
petition for aid in rebuilding bridge, . . 340
Watch, military, established temporarily, . . 69
Watches, constables', order concerning exemp-
tion of certain persons from, .... 4
order for reconciliation of the laws con-
cerning, 351

See Military watches.

Watchock, 412

Watowswokotaus, Squa Sachem, 357

Way to augment freemen, 452

Way, Richard, vs. John Bicknell and others, . 349
farmer of revenue on wines, &c., and furs, 398
petition in favor of Anabaptists, .... 413

resigns his post at the Castle, 454

appointed lieutenant at the Castle, . . . 488
collector of the revenue, settlement of ac-
counts with, 495

Waymesick Indians, land laid out for, . . . 108

Wayt, Wayte, Wait, John, . . . 364, 444, 501

deputy, 295, 314, 331, 362, 418, 449, 485, 507,

551, 561

petition for Maiden, 377

Richard, marshal, 150

Thomas, 106

Weare, Peter, 153, 243, 246

Webb, John, deputy, 72

See Evered, John.

Mr., 79, 107

Webster, John, constable at Newbury, petition

for payment, &c., 406

Weekes, Weeks, John, 253

Lednard, 270, 445, 461

Richard Walderne and partners plain-
tiffs against, 460

Weld, Thomas, 434, 455

Wells, 250, 404, 451

deputies of, 143



Wells, to procure an able minister, .... 7

military officers at, 404

York County Courts to be held at York

and, 438

Wendlocke, Christopherson, 24

Wenham, deputies of, ... . 295, 418, 485, 507

Wenham Causey, 114

Wentworth, William, 269

Wenunkeynni Brook, 28ci

Weshecum, 528

Westbrooke, John, 270

Westcarr, John, petition of, 376

Westfield, 460, 469

established as a town, 432

formerly Woronoak, 432

deputies of, 485, 507, 551

return of committee appointed to lay out

land at, 460

petition of Indian sachems concerning il-
legal ownership of land near, . . . 504
Westwood. William, commissioner for Had-

ley, 12

Mr., 12

Weyman, see Wyman.

WejTnesicfc, 429

Weymouth, 115, 375, 554

deputies, 2, 41, 71, 100, 117, 142, 294, 330, 362,
417. 448, 485, 507, 551, 560
Whaley, Whalley, Colonel, letter received
from Charles II. for the apprehension

of, &c., 26. 27

and Goffe, Messrs., « 201

Wharton, Mary, wife of Philip, order for ali-
mony, 382

Philip, 382

case referred to Suffolk Court, .... 306

order concerning estate of, 382

Richard, 538

committee appointed on petition of, . 467
and John Saffyn & Co., granted monop-
oly of making turpentine, rosin, &c., . 499
plan of, for making salt approved by the

committee, 505

Mr., 577

Wheat and flour not to be exported, .... 43

Wheeler, Joseph, 19, 85, 388

petition of, 461

Thomas, 567

lieutenant of new cavalry company of

Middlesex, 439

captain of West Middlesex cavalry, . . 487

Timothy, 298, 300, 306, 325, 443

deputy, 71, 100, 117, 142, 294, 314, 362, 417,

485, 507

Captain, 442

Lieutenant, 315, 440, 459



638



GENEEAL INDEX.



Wheelock, Wheelocke, Ralph, authorized to

administer oaths at Meadfield, &c., . 554

deputy, .... 72,100,117,295,314,331

Wheelwright, Wheelewright, Samuel, . 22, 250

deputy, 485

Whichcott, Whitchcott, Benjamin. 546

and wife, petition for land due to Matthew

Cradook, 466

and wife, land laid out for, on claim due

to (xovernor Cradock, 543

Rebekah, 466, 542

Whipple, Whiple, John, 327

answer to petition of, 301

cornet of Ipswich cavalry, 380

Whipsufferage plantation, 545

White, Edmund, of London, seven hundred

acres of land granted to, . . . . 66, 67

Ellas, 91

John, deputy, 117,418

Joseph, 434

Mary, 91

Michael, 341

Walter Burke plaintiff against, . . . 341
Thomas, petition concerning case in Court, 406

vs. Robert Cross, 437

deputy, 448

Whiting, Joseph, cornet in Hampshire cav-
alry, 548

Samuel, 492

Samuel, Jan., 493

Mr., 354

Mr., Sen., 508

Whittamore, Lawrence, 456, 457

Whitwell, William, 351

Whittyer, Thomas, 334

Whoredom, law to prevent and punish, . . . 513
Wicosuck Island in Merrimac River, .... 285
Wife, see Husband and wife.

Wiggin, Wiggins, Thomas, chosen Assistant, 1,

40, 71, 99

Captain, 13

to keep Norfolk County Court, &c., . . 27

Mr., 335

Wight, Israel, 283, 322

Wild, John, 114

Wilkins, Wilkinson, Bray, 64

and John Gingle, petition to annex land to

Salem, 6

occupant of Mr. Bellingham's farm, . . 63

Willard, Simon, 68, 70, 74, 86, 108, 116, 242. 273,

279, 313, 319, 339, 344, 377, 380, 388, 437,

484, 528, 532, 545, 256, 560, 566,^72.

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

363, 417, 448, 484, 506, 550

appointed to hold Court at Hampton and

Salisbury, 301



Willard, Simon, land located for, 337

Major, .... 23, 30, 37, 154, 379, 458, 505

Mr., 109

Willet, Thomas, 447

and Captain William Davis, executors of
William Paddy, deceased, Thomas

Clarke plaintiff against, 455

William and Thomas, the ship, 49

Williams, John, 571

and Theodore Atkinson, case between, . 476

vs. Theodore Atkinson, Sen., 539

Morrice, 311

Mr., 256

Willis, Samuel, 476

WiUoughby, Willowgby, Francis, 56, 86, 99, 116,
119, 125, 153, 273, 277, 279, 280, 298, 306,
313 — 315, 318, 319, 327, 337, 344, 345, 355
—357, 369, 381, 382, 388, 437, 458, 462.

chosen Assistant, 99

chosen Deputy Governor, 141, 294, 330, 363,

417, 448
and others, committee concerning Harvard

College, 92

appointed to hold the Court at Portsmouth, 305
on a committee to procure masts to be

sent to England, 318

committee on maritime affairs, .... 345
one thousand acres of land granted to, . 438

Mr., 73, 102, 121, 136

Wills, Robert, petition for aid, 305

Wilmot, John, order concerning child of, . . 500

Wilson, John, 292

John, Sen., 60, 134

committee to inquire for collections of,

for a chronicle, &c., 515

Wilton, David, 63, 97, 322, 359, 446

deputy, 142

excused from attendance, 150

one hundred acres of land granted to, . . 525

Wincoll, John, 250, 501, 546, 569

Mr., 546

Window, Bridget, and son, petition of, referred

to Essex Court, 301

Windsor, 460, 502, 517, 518, 529

boundaries of, enlarged, 529

Wine, cider, beer, &o.. Treasurer to farm im-
post on, 366

brandy, &c., impost on, farmed to Richard

Way, 398

&c., question concerning duties on, at

Piscataqua, . 564

committee to make contract concerning

duty on, 315

&c., duties on, to be paid before landing, 366

Winnipicioket, ... 242

Winnipaseket Lake, 243



GENERAL INDEX.



639



Winship, Edward, deputy, .... 71, 100, 117

Winslow, John, 145

Josiah, 116, 443, 476, 483

Mr., 407

Winthrop, Adam, 429

and Deane, petition of, concerning hear-
ing of case, 429

vs. John Appleton, 445

Deane, 15, 429

petition for land granted to Margaret

Winthrop, deceased, 14

deprived of Pequot lands, see Captain

Gookin, 229

John, [Sen.,] 253, 254

committee to inquire for what has been
collected by, for a register or chroni-
cle, &c., . . 515

deceased, debt due to successors of, to

be paid, 533

John, 443, 483

Governor of Connecticut, . . . .75, 561
of Connecticut, conveyance of, by attor-
ney, confirmed, 466

Mrs. Margaret, 57, 109

deceased, land to be located for the

heirs of, 14

three thousand acres of land located for, 109

Waite, 515

and John Allen, commissioners from

Connecticut, 529

Mr., 51, 70

Mr., of Connecticut, 184

Mrs., 16, 108

Wire drawing, petition of Nathaniel Robinson

to aid, 325

a set of tools in Boston for, 352

order to aid in the business of, .... 352

Wisconemuck Pond, 289

Wiswall, Wisewall, John, 145,430

guardian of John Nichols, dismissed on

his own petition, 528

Thomas, 16

and John Jackson, petition of, concern-
ing controversy with Cambridge, &c., 61

Mr., 519

WitherJen, John, 57

Woburn, 91, 137, 355, 356, 525

deputies of, 2, 41, 72, 100, 117, 142, 295, 331,
362, 418, 449, 485, 507, 551, 561
two thousand acres of land granted to, . 138
and Billerica line, committee appointed

conceming, 300

and Billerica bounds fixed, 325

order concerning common lands in, . . . 355
answer to petition of inhabitants of, 354, 355
and Billerica line, agreement concerning, 442



Woburn military officers, 516

answer to petition of, concerning Mystic

bridge, 541

Captain John Carter authorized to marry

at, 554

Wollonopaug to be made a town, and called

Wrentham, 569

Wolves, bounty to Indians for killing, ... 2

additional bounty for killing, 42

Wood, Nicholas, 386

Woodbridge, Mr., 522

Woodcock, Richard, to be paid for services as

armorer, 15

Woodcock's Well, 495

Wooddin, John, land granted to, 334



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