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Hon. Stephen, 291; Graham, Lt.-Col. James Marbury family, 180, 283 ; Peters, Hugh, ser-
Duncan, 189; Greenleaf, Rev. Jonathan, D.D., mon of, 284 ; Rogers, Rev. Nathaniel, 284
88 ; Hale, Hon. Salma, 292; Hayward, Hon. Paddock, Zechariah, 23
Elijah, 86' ; Hockey, Joseph, 84 ; Howard, John Page, John, of Haverhill, Petition of grandchildren
Seaver, 188; Humphrey, Hon. James, 192; of (1738), 60
King, Hon. John Alsop, 377 ; Lane, Hon. Eben Palmer, Eliakim, death of, confirmed (1749), 68
ezer, 301, 373 ; Piper, Solomon, 205, 374 ; Porter, Pedigree of Washington, 34 ; error in, exposed, 25 ;
William Smith, 373 ; Stickney, Two, 187 ; Swett, of Tuttle, 132; of Winslow, 210

Col. Samuel, 374; Updike, Wilkins, 375 Pepperrell, Sir William, Commission of as Lieutenant
Memoirs and Notices of

1. General (1767), 208
Lane, Hon. Ebenezer, 301 ; Piper, Solomon, 205 ; Petition for a Presbyterian Meeting-house, Philadel-
Webster, Hon. Daniel, 1 ; Wilder, Hon. Mar phia, (1749), 24
shall P., 97

Philadelphia, Presbyterian Meeting-house in, an ap-
Mills, early, in New England, 270

peal by Gilbert Tennent for assistance in building
Mount Grace in Warwick, Mass., why so called, (1749-50), 23
127

Pequot Land reservation, Groton, Conn. (1720-1), 211
New England Historic-Genealogical Society-

Portraits-
Annual Address (1867) of the President, 121

Lane, Hon. Ebenezer, 301 ; Piper, Solomon,
Officers of, 199, 204

205 ; Webster, Hon. Daniel, 1 ; Wilder, Hon.
Proceedings of, 91, 198, 295, 379

Marshall P., 97
New England, early settlers in, ancestry of, 250 Queries (see Notes and Queries)
Newspapers, earliest, 144, 180

Relationship of the Combination Settlers at Exeter,
Notes and Queries-

N. H. (1639), 315
Notes. - Alden, Mrs. Abigail, 207 ; Browne, Replies (see Notes and Queries)

Hugh, of Salem, Mass., 256 ; Dorchester north Royalist Handbill (1774), 60
gate, 269 ; Eastman, Mrs. Jonathan, of Con- St. Clair's Defeat, 339
cord, N. H., 251 ; Emigrants, New England, Salisbury, N. H., formerly Stevenstown, 2
traced, 369; Fenian, origin of the name, 180; Schenectady, N. Y., extracts from the Doop Boek of
Friction Matches, the inventor of, 180; Geor the Dutch Church, 128
gia Historical Society, 178 ; Gold, first found Sparbawk-Rogers-Stoughton-Coope
in the United States, 180; Golden Wedding of Soldiers' Monuments, dedications of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Conant, of Ipswich, Brighton, 73 ; 'Concord, Mass., 282 ; King's
Mass., 76; Grant and Lee, Generals, 179; Chapel, Boston, 281 ; Lowell, Mass., 73 ; Lud-
Hoyt family meeting, 76; Hyde and Glover, low, Mass., 338; Medford, 74 ; Southborough,
162 ; Letter "S" 181 ; Library of Peter Force, Mass., 282 ; Stockbridge, Mass., 69, 75
Washington, D. C., 264 ; Log Book of Joshua Tallcott and Mott families, 215
Benjamin (1725-1733), 367; London Times, 1 Towns-
value of a complete set of, 162; Longevity, re Boston, 71, 281 ; Bridgewater, Mass., 225; Bur-
markable, 181; Luther, descendants of, 182; lington, Vt., 282; Chelsea, 11 ; Chester, Mass.,
Madison Flute, 278 ; Martin, Christopher, of 224 ; Columbia, Conn., 70 ; 'Concord, Mass.,
the Mayflower, and his servant Solomon Prow-

282 ; Croydon, N. H., 71; Dartmouth, Mass.,
er, 77 ; Maryland, Record of, 367 ; Narragan-

265 ; Dorchester, 72, 163, 269, 329 ; Exeter,
set Indians, an old custom of, 182 ; Neck-gate-

N. H., 315; Hartford, Conn., 70; Lyndeboro,
hill, Dorchester, 269; Newspapers, earliest, N. II., 277 | Mendon, Mass., 281, 380 ; North-
144, 180; Plague, Cure for the, 367 ; Ross, borough, Mass., 72, 281; Orleans, Mass., 212;
John, Death of, 131 ; St. Louis, Missouri, His-

Piscataway, N. J., 142 ; St. Louis, Mo., 178;
torical Society at, 178 ; Sharp, Thomas, 178; Schenectady, N. Y., 128 ; Somerville, Mass.,
Soldier's Widow, 182 ; Syracuse, N. Y., early

282 ; Southborough, Mass., 282 ; Southold, L.
settlement of, 256; Telegraphy, ancient elec-

I., 75, 179, 180 ; Syracuse, N. Y., 256 ; War-
tric, 182 ; Wallingford, 278 ; Wentworths, wick, Mass., 124; Wiscasset, Me., 364
LL.D., 368

| Treaty with the Eastern Indians (1717), 47
Queries.-Genealogical, 368; Hancock, John, Warwick, Mass., sketch of, 124

284 ; House, oldest in the country, 144 ; Mar- | Warwick, the Barque (1630-1636), 223
riage Ceremony, a singular one, 284; Scott Washington, George, ancestry of, 25
family, 179 ; Southold, L. I., first settlers of, Wheelwright, Rev. John, 363
75; Upshalí, Nicholas, manuscripts of, 366 ; Whittemore family of Hitchin, co. Hertford, Eng., 169
Woolson, Thomas, 178°

Wills
Replies.-Cromwell, Oliver, descendants of in Gates, Horatio, 254 ; Russell, John, of Dorches-
America, 177 ; " God's promise to his Planta-

ter (1633), 338
tion,” 179; Hart, Mrs. Miriam, 284; Mag Winslow fainily, English ancestry of the, 209
netis Reductorium, &c., the authorship of, 77; Witchcraft delusion, victims of, 16

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