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sketches of, 189 - 192, 197, 272.

Putnam, Colonel Rufus, anecdote of,
108.

Q.

Quarry Hill, 113.

Quincy, Dorothy, 366.

Quincy, Eliza S., 206, 210.

Quincy, Josiah, 210.

Quincy, Samuel, residence of, 59.

R.

Rainsborrow, General William, ser-
vices under Cromwell, 12; killed, 13.

Rale, Sebastian, 205.

Rawdon, Francis, Lord, at Bunker
Hill, 57.

Reed, Joseph, 299.

Revere, Paul, prints Colony notes,
348; night ride to Lexington, 354,
357, 367.

Rice, Reuben, 381.

Ripley, Rev. Ezra, 388, 391.

Rivingtou, James, anecdote of, 55.

Riedesel, Baron von, 107, 314-316.



INDEX.



441



Royal Artillery, 112, 183, 395.
Rolfe, Benjamin, 429.
Royall, Isaac, 120, 123, 124, 218.
Royall, William, 122.
Royall, Samuel, 123.
Royall, Penelope, 124.
Ruggles, Timothy, 165.
Ruggles, Captain George, 316.
Russell, Thomas, 309, 310.
Russell, Jason, 402.

S.

Saltonstall, Sir Richard, 317.

Scanimell, Alexander, 101.

Sedgwick, General Robert, serves under

Cromwell, 12 ; death, 14.
Serjeant, Rev. Winwood, 274.
Seventy-first Highlanders, organization

of, 382.
Sewall, Jonathan, 313, 31 4.
Sibley, John L., 205.
Small, General John, anecdote of, 59.
Smith, Captain John, names Charles
River, 2 ; ^few England, 3 ; his
tomb, 3.
Smith; Lieutenant-Colonel, lands -at

Lechmere's Point, 356.
Sparks, Jared, 311.
Spooner, Bathsheba, 165, 166.
Spooner, Joshua, 166.
Stark, General John, at Bunker Hill,
56, 60, 70 ; quarters at Medford, and
sketch of, 125, 126, 272. ^ '
Stirling, Alexander, Lord, 303.
Stirling, Lady Kitty, 303.
Stone-, John, architect of Charles River

Bridge, 4.
Story, Joseph, 219 ; home of, 2S3 ;

habits of, 284, 337.
Story, W. W., birthplace of, 284, 337.
Stoughton, Israel, 12.
Stow, Cyrus, 383.
Stratton, John, 318.
Sudbury, Green Hill, 410 ; Nobscot,
410; king Philip's attack, 416, 417 ;
Noyes Mill, 417.
Sullivan, General John, 84; quarters
of, 98, 129; his camp, 101, 102;
sketch of, 102, 103.
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Talleyrand (Prince of Ponte Corvo),

310.
Taverns. The Sim, 71 ; Anna Whitte-

more's (Charlestown), 83; Billings's
(Medford), 126, 132; Fountain (Med-
ford), 132; Conestoga Wagon (Phila-
delphia),148; Bradish's (Cambridge),
158, 213, 214, Richardson's (Water-
town), 345, 346; Coolidge's, 348;
Davenport's(Cambridge), 357 ; Black
Horse (Arlington), 357 ; Tufts's,
357 ; Buckman's (Lexington), 361 ;
Wrio-ht's (Concord), 380; Richard-
son's 381: Bigelow's (Concord), 381;
Hevwood's, 383, 385; Jones's, 381;
Munroe's (Lexington), 396.

Temple, Robert, residence and account
of, 96, 97.

Ten-Hills Faim, account of, 95 - 99.

Thompson, Benjamin (Count Rum-
ford), 427- 432.

Tliompson, General William, 89.

Thoreau, Henry D., 379, 380.

Tidd, Jacob, 129.

Tilghman, Tench, 300.

Tilghman, Lloyd, 300.

Tracy, Nathaniel, 308, 309.

Trescott, Lemuel, 173, 429.

Trenton, battle of, 109 ; council of war
before, 126 ; incident of, 17.5.

Trowbridge, John T., 403.

Trowbridge, Judge, home of, 280.

Trumbull, John, 299.
Tudor, Frederick, 345.
Tudor, Colonel William, 151 ; anec-
dotes of, 162.
Tudor, William, Jr. , 74, -338.
Tuckerman, Edward, 284.
Tufts, Nathan, 113.
Tufts, Oliver, 141.
Turner, Job, 40.
Two Cranes, Charlesto^vn, 9.
Two-Penny Brook, 113.

V.

VanderljTi, John, anecdote of, 105.
Vassall, Colonel Henry, 125.
Vassall, John, Sr., 286, 292.



442



INDEX.



W.

Wadsworth, Captain Samuel, killed,
416, 417.

Wapping, 28.

Ward, General Artemas, 61; headquar-
ters, 258 ; iueident of Shays's Re-
bellion, 259, 260.

Ward, Joseph, 349.

Warren, Joseph, conducts an exchange
of prisoners, 8 ; at Bunker Hill, 60,
61, 261 ; death, 72 ; statue of, 77.

Washington Elm, 267.

Washington, General George, collision
with Hancock on a point of etiquette,
15, 70, 71; leave-taking of his officers,

- 174, 208 ; first headquarters in Cam-
bridge, 262; events in life of, 271,
272 ; headquarters, 289 - 308 ; per-
sonal description of, 296; Continental
uniform, 297 ; liis staff, 299, 300 ; at
Monmoutli, 301 ; anecdotes of, 301,
302 ; habits of, 306 ; his body-guard,
307, 308.

Washington, Lady, 305.

Waterhouse, Benjamin, 264.

Waters, Captain Josiali, 187.

Watertown meeting-houses, 347 ;
Bridge, 347, 348 ; burial-grounds,
346, 347.

Wayside Inn (Sudbury), 420-425.

Wells, William, 317.

Wesson, Colonel James, 162, 163.



West Church (Boston), anecdote of

322.
West Boston Bridge, built, 4, 5.
Wheeler, Captain Timothy, ruse of at

Concord, 384.
Whitcomb, Colonel Asa, anecdote of,

156.
Whitefield's Elm, 268.
Wilder, Marshall P., 339.
Wilkinson, General James, account of

Bunker Hill battle, 70; duel with

Gates, 104.
Willard, Joseph, 209.
Willard, Samuel, 211.
Willard, Solomon, architect of Bunker

Hill Monument, 75, 79, 80.
Williams, General Otho H., 88.
Windmill Hill (Cambridge), 284.
Winter Hill, fortified and garrisoned,

100-102; German encampment on,

106, 107.
Winthrop, Mrs. Hannah, 359, 360.
Winthrop, Governor John, 95, 96 ;

statue, 336.
Winthrop, William, 200.
Worcester, Joseph E., 312.
Wyetli, Nathaniel J., his trip to the

Pacific, 341-344.
Wyman, Rufus, M. D , 178.



Yankee, origin of the word, 256.
Yankee Doodle, 397.



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