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BOSTON:

PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIETY, 17 BROMFIELD STREET.
David Clatf & Son, Printers.

1867.

grranptfltt for 1867.

Editor,
ELIAS NASON.

Committtt.

JOHN WARD DEAN, WILLIAM HENRY WHITMORE,

WILLIAM BLAKE TRASK, ELIAS NASON,

HENRY MARTYN DEXTER, WILLIAM B. TOWNE,

WILLIAM SUMNER APPLETON.

GENERAL INDEX.

[Index of Names of Persons at the end of the volume]

, odd to be the first I'd New England, 61 Aalofmtpha—

Lane, Ebenezer, 301; Piper, Solomon, 205; Webster, Daniel, 1; Wilder, Marshall P., 07 Ax-eft, Henry, slain by the Indians (1678), 80 Sinter, Rev. Joseph, of Medield (1717), Journal of,

tt
HbUogTaphy of Massachusetts, 37, 145, 237, 817
Birth*, Marriages and Deaths, Dartmouth, Mass., 265
Books noticed—

Abbot's History of the Civil War in America, 386
American Antiquarian Society, Proceedings of,

Bill's Pen Pictures of the War, 886
Caulkins's History of Norwich, Connecticut, 91
Caverly** Epic Poem—The Mcrruuac and Its

Incidents, 883
Charlie Wheeler's reward, 203
Charnock's Verba Nominal!-.), 95
Clark's Descendants of Hugh Clark, 203
Dawson's Historical Magazine, 96
Drmorest's " Young America," M
Drake's Old Indian Chronicle, 382
Elgin [Illinois), History of, 390
Ellis's Sermon in memory of the late Samuel

BracUee,884
Faith White's Letter Book, 389
Farrar*s Manual of the Constitution of the United

State*, 384
Fire Lands Pioneer, 385
Fowler's History of Durham, Connecticut, 93
Gale Family Record, fee , by (laic, 386
General Theological Library, Boston, Fifth An-
nual Report of, 388
Ok»ver Memorials and Genealogies, by Glover, 383
H'tart't History of Abington, Mass., 299
Hough's Northern Invasion of October, 1780,202
11- ■> t Family meeting, at Stamford, Conn., record

of, 96
llutchins's Autobiography, 299
Josselyn's New England Rarities, and Two Voy-
age* to New England, 202
R..titer's Eastern Maine and Nova Scotia during

the Revolution, 389 Klnpmau't History of North Brldgcwater, Mass.,

201 Lortug's Oration at Bolton, Mass., on the Dedication oT Soldier's Memorial Tablets, 300 Lnthrop's Fourth of July Oration, Boston, 98 Lvman't History of Easthampton, Mass., 300 Martyo's Hopes of Hope Castle, or the Times

of Knox and Queen Mary Stuart, 390 New Hampshire, Report of the Adjutant General

of, .187 • ■:;. ed. N. H., Centennial, 387 Preudergaat'a CrornwcUian Settlement of Ireland,

296
•lutnt's Record of the Second Massachusetts

Infantry, 388
Ripley family, by Ripley, 383
Sawln, John, and his Posterity. Notes concern*

big, by Hawiii, 389
Valentine's OI*se<|Uies of Abraham Lincoln in

New York, 203
Wtiftinorc'a Notes concerning Peter Pelltam, 3K7
Whitney's Oration at Dedication of Soldier's

Monument, Brighton, Mass.. 96
WtlUsJs Fltvhburgln the WaroftbeRebellion,388

Wilson's Military Measures of the United States

Congress (1861—1865), 96 Winthrop's Life and Letters of John Winthrop, 203

Boston, some of the publishers and booksellers in, of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, enumerated, 381

Burial grounds in Dorchester, 270

Centennial and other Celebrations—

Boothbay, Me., 280; Boston, 71; Burlington,
Vt., 282; Chelsea, 711 Columbia, Conn., 70;
Croydon, N. II., 71 -, Dorchester, 72; Hartford,
Conn., 70; Mendon, Mass., 281; Northborough,
Mass., 281; Somervllle, Mass., 282

Coat of Arms—futile, 133

Cudworth and 8toughtr>n, 249

Current Events, 69,176, 279,366

Doop Boek of the Dutch Church, Schenectady, N. Y., extracts from, 128

Dorchester, Mass., Town Records of, 163, 269, 329

Economy in Olden Times—Gov. Endicott's Court expenses (1651), 38

Emigrants, English localities of American, 316

Engravings—

Birth place of Daniel Webster, Salisbury, N. R., 1
Church of St. Nichols, Yarmouth Co., Norfolk,

Eng.,14
Tuttle Coat of Arms, 133

Epitaphs, 142, 179, 180

Flour Hill in Warwick, Mass., why so called, 127

Oates, Major General Horatio, 252

Genealogies—

Davis, 65; Eastman, 229; Grant, 173: Peirce, 61,157, 267, 340; Towne, 12, 217 ; Tuttle, 133; Whittemore, 169; Wilder, 1207

Ooyte, John, 173. 331

Greeuleaf, Hon. Benjamin, family record of, 144

Gyles, Thomas, and his Neighbors (1669—1689), 352

Hastings, Walter, of Hardwick, Mass., descendants of, 350

Indian Language, brief vocabulary of, 59

Indians. Kastern, Visit to, 46; Treaty with(1717), 47; fight with, 360

Inscription, burial, oldest probably in the United States, 271

Inscriptions—

Fairfax Co., Va. , 271; Orleans, Mass., 212;
Southold, L. I., 179, ISO

Journal of Rev. Joseph Baxter's visit to the Eastern
Indians (1717), 46

Letters from—

Tennent, Gilbert, 23; Townsend, William Blair (1768), 313; Wilkinson, James (1791), 339

Longevity, 181

Lovewell's war, nucleus of, 56

Lyndcboro', N. II., first Settlers or (1736), 277

McMillan, Andrew, Lieutenant's Commission (1768), 143

Marriages, early, in Brldgcwater, Mass., 225

Marriages and Deaths, 78, 183, 286, 369

Massachusetts, Bibliography of, 37,146, 237, 317

Members of the New England Historic-Genealogical Society, Obituaries of—Ames, Hon. Samuel, 188;

Rt Samuel. 292; Bush, Edward, 89; Cass, T. Lewis, lentil ; Chadhounie, Thomas, M.D., 86; Clarke, Rev. Henry Steele, D.D., 84; CoahUtg, Hon. Abel, 191 j Dewey, Hon, Charles, A» gusttu, 19a; Dwight, Theodore, 197 ; Fairbanks,

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