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Lewis, rev. of pembroke. iv. tacks savannah, and is repulsed.
241. 242. is captured at charles-
the traveller. ii. 23. ton, south carolina. 244. at the
siege of yorktown ; secretary at
245. returns to his farm at
nour of massachusetts. 249. ap-
settlement pointed collector of the port of bos-
ton. 249. writings. 250. death.
vii. 117. x. 79.
Lindell, james. vii. 138.
indies and somer islands; debates setts court to malden church, about
to censure him for evidence given
in the case of rey. marmaduke
mathews. .viii. 325. 326.
by mr. righy. vi. 368. contro- | Linnett, robert. iv. 222. 239. 240.
Litchfield, hampshire, its
t. dudley his steward, &c. vii. P. Litchfield, experience. iv. 241.
in 1792, with the authors living.
ty governour dudley's letter to, Little, thomas. iii. 184.
on the cultivation of the oak. i. 187. Little, dr. charles. iv. 87.
shire. iy. 190.
Little wading. iii. 163.
its produce, fish, and animals. 671.
Long island channel.
Long point. x. 35.
Long, joshua. ii. 177.
Longevity. iii. 71. in new hamp-
shire, instances of. x. 176.
Long pond. ii. 181.
Lord, robert, jun. viii. 107.
Lord, rev. nathan, of amherst, new
Lord's supper, a learned quarto pub.
lished in england against kneeling
vii. P. 51. 52.
Loring, thomas, an early planter at
Loring, rev. israel, of sudbury. iv.
Loring, john. iv. 60.
vii. P. 60.
Loring, jonathan. iv. 60.
cited. ü. 2. 13.
precede sickness. vij. P. 92. Lothropp, rev. john, of scituate and
of spelling the name ; meaning of
the name. i. 163. 178. letter
ditto. 173. arrives. iii. 143. iv.
221. 222. 232. 233. 239. 303. vi.
663. See lathrop.
Lothropp, samuel. i. 176. 177.
Lothropp, benjamin. i. 176. 177.
presbyterians and calvinists. 141. 259.his cloak. 303. 304.
Louisiana. ii. 27.
vii. P. 14. of plymouth, england.
to the governour of massachusetts. r. saltonstall. viii. 42. his letter
to w. pincheon, principally about
danger from indians. viii. 235.
Ludowick, dr. i. 107.
Lumbert's cove. iii. 45. 47. 49. 53. 56.
york, incorporates edgartown and Lunenburg, its garrison attacked by
tisbury. iii. 34. 85. vi. 611. 667. indians. i. 184. topographical and
england with robert gorges. v. 86. 104.
the oldest person Lurvey, or larvey, corporal james, an.
Lusher, eleazer. iv. 24. captain, vii.
Luz, a pequot indian. viii. 146.
his character. 92. 94. dismissed
plymouth colony. 92. settles at
nautasket. 93. settled at cape ann;
Lyman, goodman. viii. 232.
Lyman, george-w. iii. 269.
Lyman, theodore. iii. 269.
Lynde, simon. viii. 44. 105.
Lynde, nicholas. ii. 178.
Lynde, joseph. ii. 178.
Lyndeborough, new hampshire, min-
Lynn. i. (ix.) church, being the 6th.
gathered; description of. ii. 93.
94. iv. l. iii. 124. 203. settled.
v. 158. vii. P. 68. indians at.
32. difficulties in church. 191.
193. some of its people remove
to long island, and have difficulties
with the dutch., 214. 245. iron
north river, in pembroke, vii. P. 71. iron bars, are hammered out law
massachusetts. iii. 139. v. 156. Lyon, the ship. v. 130. providen-
tial arrival with provisions. 139.
P. 38. arrives with passengers. P. Magna charta, quoted very early, as
containing the rights of new eng-
Magnalia americana, by dr. cotton
first mather. i. (xxx.) 205. quoted. vi.
Magnanimity, female, instances of. i.
Magoon, john. iv. 241.-
Mahas indians, residence, language,
warriours, account of their king,
who is worshipped since his decease.
ij. 333. villages. ij. 41.
massachusetts. iii. 209. troubles Mahtopanats indians, their residence
213. confirmed to sir f. gorges.
ampton, new hampshire. iv. 191. mouth men. 224. sometimes call.
ed new somersetshire; government
massachusetts. 261. called york-
cost of cape cod canal. viii. 193. government of, one under sir f.
gorges, and one under massachu.
vernment of massachusetts; the
Maitland, col. iji. 239. 241. enters
141. 142. 173.
Malden bridge. ii. 167. 171.
Malden chuich, fined for settling a
neighbouring churches, and advice
vi. 550. 29th church
censure mr t. line, for giving evi-
setts court sent to it. 325.
a heavy fine imposed on him, and stiff independent. ii. 105.
Malthus, s. printer. ii. 97.
men of massachusetts. ii. 128. Manamooskeagin, now abington. vii.
york. v. 15. See manhattoes.
cape. iji. 195.
*Manawet, an american indian, sent | Marble manufactory at middlebury,
with capt. hobson and others on vermont. ix. 129.
dlebury, vermont. ix. 135. kirby,
P. 57. 60. first called marblehead.
with capt. h. challons on discovery Marblehead, or marble harbour. vii.
P. 93. indians at.
March, the first month. vii. 136.
March, hugh. viii. 106.
chusetts for its capture, but it sur-mosily die at sea. vii. P. 9. brought
to massachusetts. P. 61.
an agreement of peace with massa-
sent agent to bos-
number and warriours. ii. 42. Marine hospital at charlestown. i.
125. ii. 174.
Marine, a dutch captain, kills
indians. vi. 441.
Mariners on board the first vessel to
new england become religious. ii.
Maritime law, question relating to.
tion of money in mass. vii. P. 34.
Mark, a negro servant of john codinan
of charlestown, executed for poi.
soning his master; hung in chains.
by indians. vi. 592.
Marriages, laws relating to, in new
Marriat, rev. obadiah ii. 116.
mouth people learn of them. ix. Mars, ship. iv. 285.
Marsh, paul. iii. 119.
Marshall, thomas. iv. 110.
Marshall, capt. william. x. 180.
colony, its settlement begun. vii.
Marston, mrs. her confessions. iii.