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Abenaqui, or Abenaquis Indians, 20, 585.

Abenaquies of Bekancour, 66.

Adultery, punishment of, 575.

Aix la Chapelle, peace of, 53, 61.

Albany, 318 ; treaty at, 63; county town for the New Hampshire Grants, 136; design of the British to take, 303.

Albany county, 275, 291, 309, 376; includes the New Hampshire Grants, 129, 131, 634, 763, 765; attempts to divide, 132-135 ; its unli­mited extent, 136; fairs in, 193; disturbances in, 237; exposed to attack, 264; orders to the militia of, 336; act relating to, 523.

Algerine Captive, 713, 714; extract from, 715-718.

Algonkins, 66.

Andover, 177; when chartered and settled, 121-123.

Arlington, 488; consultation at, 338; report concerning, 481; Council meet at, 498, 596.

Arrest of a dead body, 584.

Arson, 574.

Assistant, 575, 576, 577; office of an, 572.

Athens, an alarm at, 396, 397, 398, 411.

Attorney-at-law, oath required of an, 581.

 

 

Bainbridge, granted to the sufferers by Ver­mont, 546, 547.

Ballot-box, protection of, 569, 571, 572.

Barnard. incursion at, 382; fort at, 383; rioters from, 548. See Bernard.

Barney Island, 60.

Bear story, 733, 734.

Bellows Falls, fishing at, 101; Indian sculptures at, 587-592.

Bennington, 225, 481, 489, 513, 531, 551, 558, 568, 681, 703; when chartered, 93; "mob," 237, 240, 607 ; quarrels incited by the people of, 239, 243 ; battle of, 303, 304, 441, 453, 567, 641, 729; first session of the court at, 326; troops collect at, 440; jail at, 478, 488, 495, 498, 506, 526; letters written at, 490, 495, 496; troops from, 519 ; convention at, 562, 563.

Bennington county, 8, 434; order to the militia of, 339; subdivision of, 403; troops assemble from, 440; sheriff of, 496.

Berkshire county, assistance from, 354.

Bernard, when chartered, 107. Same as Barnard.

Bernardston, death of a citizen of, 528-531.

Bestiality, 574.

Bethel, incursion at, 382; fort at, 382, 383, 384; an attack anticipated at, 411.

Blasphemy, 574.

Boston, restraint on the people of, 215; inci­dents connected with the siege of, 610-625. Block-houses, how built, 26.

Bradford, when chartered, 123, 124; early set­tlement at, 139, 140.

Branding, 341, 346, 574, 575, 576.

Brattleborough, 349, 361, 375, 376, 397, 421, 427, 432, 438, 505, 674, 701, 702, 704, 718; when chartered, 104, 105, 106; grants in, 141; road to Chester from, 177; road through, 194; county committee meet at, 278, 294-297, 750; friendly to New York, 291, 292, 293: committee of, 295, 322, 359, 461, 471; meeting of those friendly to New York, at, 309, 311-314, 320, 335, 340, 359, 370, 373, 506, 507 ; town meeting at, 310, 319, 419 ; sentiments prevalent in, 325, 423, 756; arrests in, 339, 488, 722 ; representation from, 416, 417, 538 ; convention at, 420; militia of, 436, 453, 475, 772, 773 ; commotion at, 440, 444, 445, 452, 516; quarters of Vermont officers at, 510; attack on the inn at, 511; Vermont troops assemble at, 514, 515; pardon of citizens of, 536; Indian inscriptions at, 589-591; epi­taphs at, 711, 725; census of, 745.

Bribery denounced, 571, 572.

Bridgman's Fort, 26 ; incursion near, 36; burned by the Indians, 39; disastrous affair at, 74-77.

British in Canada, negotiations with, 380, 381, 408, 412-414, 416, 419, 421, 422, 461, 464, 479, 485, 503, 568, 720, 721.

Brookline, incident at, 396-399.

Bunker Hill, 641.

Burglary, punishment of, 575, 576.

Burial, a strange, 583, 584.

Burk's Garrison, 67.

Burning of Royalton, 383-395.

Burying-ground at Westminster, 214, 215.

 

 

Caledonia county, 6.

Cape Breton war, 28, 60, 68, 94.

Capital offences, 574, 576.

Cattle, seizure and sale of, 356-358.

Caucus, call for a, 599.

Caughnawaga, Indians at, 23, 24, 673, 737; cap­tives at, 391.

Cavendish, when chartered, 120; incidents connected with the settlement of, 121; mili­tia of, 771.

Charlestown, origin of the name of, 38; fort at, 67, 68; forces at, 81; incidents at, 83, 91, 92; attack on, 85, 86, 87, 88; meeting at, 401 402. See Number Four.

Charlotte county, 237, 265, 275, 282, 284, 285, 290, 291, 292, 299, 300, 305, 309, 355, 376 ; mi­litia of, 249, 250, 251, 255, 256, 266, 770, 771, 772; advice to, 252; exposed to attack, 264; act relating to, 523; division of, 554, 555.

Chenango county, 546, 547.

Cheshire county, 401, 402, 754.

Chester, 328, 638, 639, 651; when chartered, 109, 634; selected as a comity town, 137, 142; at‑

 

 

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tempt to overawe the court at, 164-166; threats to pull down the jail at, 172; description of the jail at, 173-182 ; removal of county buildings from, 183, 184; patriotic meetings at, 197, 198, 204, 206, 279; friendly to a new state, 269; town meetings at, 283, 635, 653; the committee of, 656; census of, 745; representative from, 754; militia of, 771.

Chimney Point, the first settlement in Vermont west of the Green mountains, 24.

Choir, description of a, 213.

Christianize the Indians, efforts to, 17, 18, 23.

Civil officers, list of, 762-770

Clapp's Hill, 61.

Clarenceville, 704, 706.

Clinton county, 555.

Clinton township, grants in, 544-547, 757-760.

Coghran's Fort, 33.

Colden county proposed, 132, 133.

Columbia college, 140.

Confiscation, 327, 328.

Congregationalists, divisions among, 211.

Congress, resolves of, 298, 313, 350, 352, 355, 364, 365, 370, 375, 377, 400, 418, 422, 464, 467, 468, 469, 470, 471, 478, 479, 480, 481, 482, 483, 485, 486, 492, 496, 503, 542, 555, 623, 658, 659, 686, 688, 693; temporizing conduct of, 335, 337, 369, 539; appeal to, 338, 349, 360, 466, 535; report to, 358, 359, 623; action of, denounced, 363; attempts to obtain an opinion from, 367, 458, 522, 523, 525; interview with, 381, 676; remonstrance against the conduct of, 382 ; the position of, 486, 437, 451; letter to, 457; argument before a committee of, 463, 685; 685. sentiments towards, 478; act admitting Vermont into the Union, 563, 564; act of, 596; petition to, 622, 623, 661 ; secret session of, 722, 723.

Connecticut, influence of the laws of, on Vermont legislation, 573, 574, 579; lands assigned to, 735, 736.

Conspiracies, acts for the punishment of, 432, 433, 573.

Constitution of Vermont, 308, 320, 328, 329; its adoption, 297, 566-568; epitome of, 569-572 ; revised, 702, 703.

Contrast, the first American play, 711, 712.

Coos, intended settlement at, 62; meaning of, 585; county of, 586, 587.

Coosucks, an Indian tribe, 586.

Cornish, noted for its white pines, 146.

Corporal punishment, 341, 346, 574, 575, 576, 577, 579, 627; infliction of, 582, 583.

Councillor, 504, 526, 572, 581, 642.

Council of Appointment, 321, 322, 323, 422, 423, 430, 432, 435, 678, 693, 772.

Council of Censors, 582, 662.

Counterfeiting. punishment of, 576.

Court-house, 291, 294, 299, 354; permission to build one at Chester, 173; description of one built by Thomas Chandler, 176, 177 ; description of one at Westminster, 184-186; fight and occurrences in that at Westminster, 219-236; at Windsor, 534.

Court-house Hill, 185.

Court party, 216, 232, 636.

Courts of justice established, 137, 160, 161, 182, 183, 195, 196, 571.

Creed prescribed, 570.

Cromwell's Ironsides, 593; troops, 594.

Cross of fire, 223.

Crown Point, road to, 268; prisoners taken at, 667.

Cumberland county, 135, 299, 363, 419, 493 ; origin of name of, 1; boundaries of, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 195, 554; charter of, disallowed, 2, 141; when erected, 136, 634, 680; provisions of the act of incorporation of, 137; charter granted by the King to, 142, 173, 635 ; records of, 143, 647; territory north of, 159, 160; petitions of inhabitants of, 169, 170, 175, 176, 181, 182, 191, 309, 605; census of, 187, 745; representatives in the New York Assembly from, 188, 361, 367; laws relative to, 136-139, 189-196, 523; friendly to the cause of the colonies, 200, 203, 204, 215, 216, 242; appropria­tions for, 238, 609; meeting of committee of, 243; congress of, 245; delegates in the New York Provincial Congress from, 246, 250, 254, 258, 263; condition of, 247, 282, 370, 371; means to defend, 248, 300-302; power to delegates from, 249, 258-260; militia of, 249, 251, 256, 266, 267, 275, 305, 315, 356, 357, 358, 372, 373, 377-379, 428, 729, 757; convention of, 250, 267, 268, 401; advice to, 252, 253; loan to, 255; committee of safety of, 257, 262, 277, 278, 304, 305, 306, 641; supplies to, 262, 263, 264; rangers for, 265, 286-289, 300; discus­sions relative to, 270, 294-297; report con­cerning, 271-274; disaffection in, 283-285, 346-349; measures for the welfare of, 289-294; memorials concerning, 306, 307, 461, 462; letters to the inhabitants of, 312-314, 458; reconstructed, 315; justice in, 317, 318; appeal to Congress in behalf of, 324; views of the citizens of, 325, 755, 756; enlarged, 326 ; estates in, confiscated, 328; militia ordered to, 339; preparations to maintain the rights of New York in, 351 ; agent from, 353, 381 ; letters from committees of, 373, 374, 376; plan of new jurisdiction in, 400-402; subdivision of, 403, 404; officers appointed in, 430, 431, 595, 604, 634, 635, 638, 639, 644, 647, 677, 678, 684, 691, 693, 695, 706, 719, 725, 762-773; report concerning citizens of, 542, 543; lands granted to citizens of, 544-547, 757-760; proceedings in, 720; division of, into districts, 743, 744; statement of the judges of, 746, 747.

Cumberland, town of, census of, 745.

Cursing, punishment of, 577.

 

 

Darthmouth college, 325, 389, 598, 602, 676

Dawes place, 627.

Deerfield, first attack on, 8 ; second attack on, 10, 591, 669; fate of inhabitants of, 11; third attack on, 12; defence at, 67, 68.

Defamation, trial for, 331, 410, 411.

Defiance, Fort, at Barnard, 383.

Dighton Rock, 588, 589.

Dorset convention, 229, 254, 268, 269, 282, 283, 754.

Draper, when chartered, 99; road through, 194; sentiments in, 325, 756.

See Wilmington.

Dresden, 325, 389.

Drunkenness, punishment of, 579.

Dummer, Fort, 15, 42, 50, 52, 53, 54, 60, 61, 62, 63, 67, 68, 70, 74, 78, 87, 91, 93, 227, 248, 300, 307, 726, 727, 740 ; plan of, 16; supplies at, 17, 26; garrisoned by friendly Indians, 18; attacked, 18 ; fate of a scouting party from, 19; used as a truck-house, 20, 21, 671; garrison at increased, 23; treaty at, 24, 672, 736-738 ; defences of, strengthened, 27; deserted by the Indians, 28; dispute as to what government should maintain it, 29-32, 79, 80; well-located, 33, 34; importance of, 37, 39 ; repaired, 40; encounters near, 43, 45, 47, 48; sermon at, 49; troubles at, 81, 82; first set­tlement in the state of Vermont at, 104.

Dummer meadows, 16.

Dummerston, 228, 231; circumstances con­nected with the settlement of, 105-109; ex­tracts from the records of, 200-203, 231, 750; patriotism of, 200 ; revolutionary measures at, 201-203, 205, 215, 220; patriotic meeting at, 204, 206; rage of the people of, 224; mani­festo from, 251, 252; drafts in, 373 ; remon­strance from, 410 ; the edge of, 445 ; militia of, 516; levies from, 531; occurrence at, 584.

See Fulham.

 

 

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Dummerstonian, a fiery, 720.

Dutchess county, 249; act relative to, 193.

Dutch Hoosac, attack on, 66.

Duyckincks' Cyclopædia of American Litera­ture, extract from, 711-714.

 

 

Ear, punishment of cutting off the, 346, 575, 576.

Eastern Union, 325, 402, 403, 404, 415, 418, 419, 466.

Education, provision for, 570.

Elizabeth, brigantine, 613; laden with the pro­perty of Boston citizens, 614-617; captured, 618, 619, 621; libel against, 622; not forfeited, 623.

England, laws of, 582; church of, 743.

Epitaph, on Jemima Tute, 76 ; on Caleb How, 77; on William French, 215 ; on Jonathan Tute, 706, 707; on Amos Tute, 707 ; on Royall Tyler, 711; on Samuel Wells, 725; on John Kilburn, 742.

Equivalent lands, 13, 14, 15, 58; description of, 105-108, 735, 736.

Essex county, 6.

Eulogy on Washington, 663-665.

 

 

Fair captive, account of the, 75, 76, 706, 707.

Fairlee, 328; when chartered, 119, 120; grants in, 141.

Fairs. law establishing, 192, 193.

Fall Town Gore, 102.

Falmouth, treaty at, 54, 61.

False witness, 574.

Fane, when chartered, 99.

See Newfane.

Faneuil Hall, 708.

Farmer's Weekly Museum, a newspaper, 712, 713, 714; extract from, 662, 665.

Farnham, 649; grant in, 704.

Flamstead, when chartered, 109. See Chester.

Forfeiture, 574, 576, 577, 578, 579.

Forgery, punishment for, 576, 577.

Fortified houses, how built, 54.

Freedom and Unity, the motto of Vermont, 565.

French war, 81-93, 215, 730.

Fresh river, same as the Connecticut, 128.

Friends of Liberty, 242.

Fulham, 109, 361; name how spelled, 106, 108; grants in, 141; sentiments in, 325, 756; com­mittee of, 335, 359; troubles at, 336; census of, 745; militia of, 772, 773.

See Dummerston.

 

 

Gallows, sitting on the, 574.

Gaming, punishment of, 577.

Garrison life, 55-58.

Gentleman, the title of, 257, 736.

Gloucester county, 4, 245, 376, 400; boundaries of, 5, 6, 554, 555; petition for the establish­ment of, 159; formed, 160, 161; petitions of citizens of, 169, 170, 191; census of, 187, 188, 745; laws relative to, 189, 190, 523, 544, 545 ; meeting of committee of, 243 ; delegate to represent, 247 ; militia of, 249, 250, 251, 255, 256, 266, 275, 305, 428; advice to, 252; sup­plies for, 263, 264; rangers of, 265, 273, 274, 286-289, 299, 300; convention of, 267, 268, 401, 402; condition of, 282, 284, 285; com­missioners for, 289 ; measures for the welfare of, 290-292, 309; disallowed, 315; civil and military officers in, 768-773.

Goldenstown, 101. See Rockingham.

Goodrich's Garrison, 67.

Governor mountain, 111.

Governor's rights, 140 ; meadow, 627.

Grafton county, 401, 402.

Grafton, town of, when chartered, 111, 112, 411.

Grants, the abbreviation of New Hampshire Grants, 145, 159, 162, 169, 170, 187, 269, 277, 282, 285, 294, 306, 310, 312, 313, 315, 320, 321, 327, 335, 338, 351, 361, 364, 370, 371, 374, 375, 376, 381, 399, 401, 402, 407, 412, 416. 418, 420, 422, 436, 437, 457, 462, 464, 465, 466, 467, 469, 471, 547, 606, 633, 634, 640, 650, 653, 674, 678, 680, 681, 691, 727.

Great Britain, hatred to, 196.

Great Falls, Indian inscriptions at, 588-591; notice of, 670, 671, 674, 752.

See Bellows Falls.

Great Gun, 27, 47, 48, 78.

Great Meadow, 13, 14, 30, 34, 671 ; settlement on, 27 ; garrison at, attacked, 35, 36 ; descrip­tion of fort at, 69 ; appearance of, 70 ; fort at, turned into a dwelling, 92, 93.

Great river, 736. Same as Connecticut river.

Green Mountain Boys, 226, 284, 337, 338, 339, 353, 363, 497, 567, 654, 729 ; corps, 462.

Guildhall, when chartered, 120.

Guilford, 311, 361, 421, 427, 432, 438, 510, 597, 674, 684, 704 ; when chartered, 110, 111; grants in, 141, 171, 172; militia of, 224, 227, 436, 450, 753, 772, 773 ; committee of, 295, 317, 322, 335, 359, 461, 471, 478; sentiments in, 325, 423, 500, 501, 755; tax levied on citizens of, 336 ; election at, 368 ; drafts in, 373 ; In­cident at, 378; address from, 415; represen­tation from, 416, 417, 538; town meeting at, 420, 424, 532 ; a republic, 423; loyal to New York, 424-426, 435, 450, 480, 487; proceedings at, 444, 445, 475, 476, 477, 482, 505, 507, 520 ; rebellion at, 446; sympathy for, 451 ; foray at, 452, 453, 455; liberality of the people of, 490 ; letter to the citizens of, 509 ; fight at, 516-519; troops stationed at, 521, 527; Daniel Spicer killed at, 528-531 ; pardon of citizens of, 536; census of, 745.

Guilfordites, 419, 425, 531 ; their patriotism, 243; their attachment to New York, 368; their fear, 444; Allen's proclamation to them, 445; their arrest, 508, 509.

 

 

Halifax, 361, 421, 427, 432, 719; when char­tered, 96, 97; friendly to New York, 269, 310; disturbance at, 316, 444, 448, 511; sentiments in 325, 423, 755; committee of, 359, 461, 471 ; drafts in, 373 ; alarm at, 397; town meeting at, 420; militia of, 436; submission of the citizens of, 503; troops at, 514, 517; census of, 745; militia of, 772, 773.

Hardwick, 698.

Hartford, 411, 486; when chartered, 112; grants in, 141; favors a separation from New York, 276; census of, 745; militia of, 771.

Hartland, 698, 699; when chartered, 114, 115; rioters from, 548; fight at, 549, 550.

See Hertford.

Harvard college, 691, 708.

Hatfield attacked, 8, 9.

Haverhill burned, 12.

Hawks's Garrison, 67.

Hazen road, 412.

Herkimer county, 546.

Hertford, now Hartland, 328 ; when settled, 114, 115; grants in, 141; road to Chester from, 177; troubles at, 429, 430; census of, 745; militia of, 771.

Highway robbery, punishment of, 575, 576.

Hill, Fort, 27, 68.

Hinsdale, now Vernon, 311, 361, 420, 507; fort at, 26; when chartered, 101, 102, 103; title to lands in, 170, 171; committee of, 295, 319, 334, 359; legal investigation at, 317, 318; sentiments in, 325, 755 ; census of, 745; militia of, 773.

Hinsdell's or Hinsdale's Fort, 27, 48, 49, 52, 53, 76, 248, 730; attack on the soldiers of, 77, 78; rangers at, 85, 706.

Hinsdell's mill, skirmish at, 36.

Horse-racing, punishment of, 577.

 

 

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Hospital Point, proposed as a county town, 132.

 

 

Incest, punishment of, 574, 575.

Indian road, 21, 33, 41.

Indian Rock at Brattleborough, 588-591.

Indians, 546, 669; treaty with, 24, 544, 670, 672, 736-738; vestiges of, 124, 586; incursion of, at Barnard, 382 ; attack of, on Royalton, 383-395; false alarm concerning, 396-399; depredations of, 412 ; settlements of, 585-587 ; picture-writing of, 587-592.

Industry, benefits of, 572.

Iroquois Indians, 6, 585.

 

 

Jail, description of, at Chester, 173-175, 177 ; description of, at Westminster, 185, 298.

Jamaica, grant of, 642.

Jericho, grants in, 546, 547.

John street theatre, 712.

 

 

Kent, census of, 745.

Kilburn's Fort, account of the fight at, 74, 739-742.

Kingsbury county proposed, 132.

Kingsbury, town of, proposed as a county town, 132.

King's college, 140.

Kingsland, a county town, 160 ; location of, 161, 178.

King's Own regiment, 618.

King William's war, 92.

 

 

Land Office, proceedings of the commission­ers of the New York, 544-546, 757-760.

Lands, method of granting, 140, 141, 170.

Lawful authority, act to uphold, 345, 346.

Lead, its value, 264.

Letter, punishment of wearing a, 575.

Lexington, battle of, 751.

Libellous letters, 731, 732.

Liberty-men, 227.

License laws, 189, 190, 578, 579.

List of civil and military officers, 762-773.

Londonderry, 249, 770; probably the scene of Melvin's fight, 42.

Lord's day, observance of, 569, 579, 580.

Loyalist, 679, 696, 720, 723, 724.

Lucas's Garrison, 67.

Lunenburgh, 585; settlement at, 124; charter of, 657, 658.

Lying, punishment of, 577.

Lyme, kindness of the people of, 302.

 

 

Manchester county proposed, 132.

Manchester, town of, report concerning, 481; convention at, 568.

Manslaughter, punishment of, 574.

Maquas Indians; 16.

Markets, law establishing, 192, 193.

Marlborough, 427, 486; conflict with the In­dians at, 45; when chartered, 97, 679, 680; a half shire town, 186, 404; incidents at, 276, 441-443; sentiments in, 325, 756; men drafted at, 372, 373 ; history of, 395 ; excite­ment at, 397-399; soldiers at, 440, 514, 517; superior court at, 452-455, 492-495, 582; committee of, 461, 471; militia of, 516; pardon of citizens of, 536; a preacher at, 691; letter from, 694; early settlers of, 728, 729 ; census of, 745.

Maseesqueeg or Scatacook Indians, 18, 23.

Massachusetts, northern boundary line of, settled, 60; claim of, 306, 307, 365; adjudication on the claim of 364, 365, 596 ; sympathy of, 450, 451, 479, 519, 530, 533 ; correspondence with, 531; idea of annexing Vermont to, 681 ; grants by, 735, 736.

Massachusetts, Fort, 33, 34, 52, 54, 61, 62, 66, 67, 70, 81, 83, 91; force of, increased, 39.

Massacre at Westminster, 209-241, 398, 409, 410, 609, 635, 636, 639, 643, 645, 646, 673, 674, 678, 679, 680, 695, 699, 706, 719, 720, 726, 730, 746-755.

Masting trees, reserved for the use of the king, 143, 144; malicious prosecution for cutting, 146-158.

Meeting-house, description of a, 211-214.

Middlebury college, 598, 662.

Military officers, list of, 770-773.

Military road across Vermont, 91, 92.

Militia laws, 332, 333, 423, 581.

Mill prison, 406.

Mob, name given to the Americans, 216, 219, 234.

Mohawk Indians, 7

Montgomery county, 546.

Montpelier, 383; Indians encamp near, 390.

Mooretown or Moretown, 123, 160, 328. See Bradford.

Morrison's Garrison, 67.

Mount Independence, camp at, 667.

Murder, 574.

Mutilation, 574.

 

 

Nassau Hall, 700.

Nepisinques Indians, 66.

Neutrals, 322 ; number of, 325, 755, 756.

Newbury, 404, 408, 585; incidents connected with the settlement of, 124-126, 666 ; proposed as a county town, 132; grants near, 141; selected as a county town, 161; a mili­tary station, 275, 300 ; shire of, 315, 326 ; plan to attack, 383, 384; Indian settlements at, 586, 587.

New Connecticut, alias Vermont, 283, 288, 566, 573.

Newfane, 311, 420; the supposed locality of Melvin's fight, 42 ; when chartered, 99, 100, 675; a county town, 186; sentiments in, 325, 756; militia of, 346; false Indian alarm at, 396, 397; superior court at, 582, 583, 662; incident at, 709, 710; census of, 745.

New Flamstead, now Chester, 633, 634, 638, 639 ; when chartered, 109 ; proposed as a county town, 132, 133.

New Hampshire, 559, 560, 596; limits of increased, 25; dispute concerning the New Hampshire Grants, between New York and, 128, 243; boundaries of, 129, 130, 418; jurisdiction on the "Grants," of, 191; union with Vermont of sixteen towns in, 325, 327; advice to, 364, 365; dismemberment of, 402, 417, 750, 751.

New Hampshire Grants, 463, 486, 487, 679, 719, 722, 728, 729; disputes concerning, 128, 510, 530, 533, 595, 606, 751; included in Albany county, 131, 763, 765; attempts to divide, 132-134; military and civil condition of, 135, 136, 770; petition of the inhabitants of, 169, 170; effects of the controversy concerning, 172, 173, 562, 565; road through a por­tion of, 194; patriotism of, 205; idea of forming a state in, 244, 254, 260, 268, 269, 401 ; alienation of, 281 ; formed into the state of Vermont, 283, 566, 568; militia of, ordered to report, 305 ; protest against the separation of, 311-314 ; resolves of Congress respecting, 355, 364, 365, 470, 472 ; affi­davit concerning, 374; titles to land on, 421 report relative to, 522, 523; early settler on, 583; submission of, 611; property owned on, 626, 627; surveyor on, 644. See Grants.

New Marlborough, when chartered, 97, 679 ; road through, 194.

New Netherland, northern limit of, 128.

New Stamford, road through, 194.

New state's men, 310, 320, 373, 528.

New Taunton or Number One, now Westmin­ster, terms of the grant of, 58-61.

New York, disputes concerning the New Hampshire Grants between New Hamp­shire and, 128, 129, 298; boundaries of, 130, 561; dislike to the jurisdiction of, 216, 243.

 

 

                                       INDEX OF SUBJECTS.                    779

 

268, 269, 276; ordered to raise men, 256; opinions relative to a separation from, 275-278, 325, 755-757; alienation from, 281, 282; enmity between Vermont and, 304-306, 310; denial of the jurisdiction of Vermont by friends of, 316-318; correspond­ence concerning the rights of, 320-325; persecution of the subjects of, 336, 370; de­fiance to, 345, 354; delegation from, 349, 350, 353, 355, 362, 381, 457, 459, 463 ; advice to, 364, 365, 467; elections of, 368, 369; peti­tions to the Legislature of, 376, 415, 418, 510, 541, 542, 552, 606, 607, 683 ; dismemberment of, 403, 417; determination of the friends of, 438; commissions from, 450; condition of the friends of, 485, 506, 507, 519 ; acts con­cerning the citizens of, 502, 503, 534, 535, 543, 544; proceedings and acts of the Legislature of, 361, 362, 461, 522-525, 553, 554, 558, 559, 560, 564, 565, 674, 760; grants of land to the suffering citizens of, 542-547, 757-760; ad­mission of Vermont into the Union favored by, 553-564; adjudication concerning, 596; Council, 719.

New York Committee of Safety, 283, 649, 720, 749.

New York Convention, 263, 268, 234, 285; commission from, 266; proceedings of, 270-274, 289-294, 649, 772; obnoxious letter to, 277, 278 ; loan by, 282.

New York Council of Safety, 299; letter of, 298.

New York, General Assembly of, representa­tives in, 188, 605, 645, 767 ; remuneration of representatives in, 193; last meeting of, 195, 196, 218, 238.

New York Provincial Congress, 245, 248, 249, 256, 284, 640, 641, 644, 647, 648, 729, 762, 766, 770, 771, 772 ; delegates in, 246, 247, 250, 254, 258, 728, 767, 770 ; letter to, 260, 261; name changed, 263; extracts from journals of, 264, 749.

New York Provincial Convention, 244, 247, 649, 762.

Night-walking, punishment of, 578.

Northfield, 67, 248, 670, 671; settlement at, 7 ; depredations at, 8, 52; abandoned, 10.

North Haven, first settler of, 594.

Norton's tavern, 630, 631; a representation of, 221.

Norwalk, burning of, 696.

Norwich, 328, 602, 703 ; first called Norwhich, 112; settlement of, 113; a shire town, 404; census of, 745.

Number One or New Taunton, now Westmin­ster, terms of the grant of, 58-61, 101; list of the grantees or proprietors of, 738, 739.

Number Two, now Rockingham, 101.

Number Three, now Walpole, fort at, 740.

Number Four, now Charlestown, 27, 31, 33, 36, 41, 43, 45, 49, 52, 53, 54, 61, 62, 84, 89, 90, 91 ; attacked and valiantly defended, 38; other attacks on, 39, 40, 64.

 

 

Oath, required, 581; commissioners to admi­nister, 763, 768.

Oneida Indians, 546.

Oorondax Indians, 34.

Orange county (N.Y.), 291; exposed to attack, 264.

Orange county (Vt.), 4, 6, 143, 161; boun­daries of, 403, 404.

Order of King in Council, of July 20th, 1764, 118, 122, 130, 145, 146, 169, 170, 171, 191, 201, 359, 562, 606, 679.

Orleans county, 6.

 

 

Pardon, offers of, 347, 348.

Paris, peace of, 728.

Peacham, 412; incursion at, 405, 406, 668.

Pelham, Fort, ort, 33, 40, 67.

Pennsylvannia, similarity between the consti­tution of Vermont and that of, 567.

Penobscot Indians, 62.

Perjury, punishment of, 576.

Philip's war, 7, 8.

Picture writing of Indians, 587-592.

Pigwacket, fight at, 585.

Pillory, punishment of the, 576, 582, 583.

Pitt county proposed, 132.

Plymouth, when chartered, 113.

Poetic account of the Westminster Massacre, 234, 235, 752.

Polygamy, punishment of, 575.

Pomfret, 411, 486; when chartered, 107, 114; minister at, 699; census of, 745; militia of, 771.

Poor law, 580.

Population of the New Hampshire Grants, 130, 131, 134, 135, 187, 188, 745.

Pownal, when chartered, 93; road through, 194.

Presents to the Indians, 34, 35.

Presidential elector, 662.

Press, freedom of the, 571.

Profanity, punishment of, 577.

Propagation of the gospel, society for the, 743.

Protestant religion, 569.

Putney, 311, 361, 375, 376, 420, 486, 677, 698; when chartered, 68, 94, 697; incidents con­nected with the settlement of, 95, 96, 106, 108, 695; grants in, 141; riots at, 172, 173, 180, 652 ; anger of the people, 224; disaffec­tion in, 251, 252; committee of, 295, 335, 359, 695; sentiments in, 325, 756; rescue at, 334, 336, 340; citizens of, arrested, 339; election prevented at, 369; drafts in, 373; false alarm at, 396-399; militia of, 515, 772, 773 ; church at, 696 ; census of, 745.

Pypowder, courts of, meaning of the name, 193.

 

 

Randolph, Indians encamp in, 388; incursion at, 390, 392,

Rangers, life of, 71-73 ; established, 264, 265. 772; command of, 266-268; conduct of, 270, 271, 286-289; report concerning, 273-275 ; disaffection among, 279 ; wages of, paid, 282; ordered to march, 299, 300.

Rape, 574.

Raynham Hall, name proposed for Woodstock, 116.

Readesborough, road through, 194.

Reading, when chartered, 113, 328; commemorative stones at, 65, 66, 591.

Regulators, 551.

Religion protected, 569, 573.

Rescue at Putney, 334.

Rice's Fort, 33, 67, 73, 86.

Riots, severe acts to prevent, 340, 341, 344, 576.

Road laws, 138, 139, 189, 194, 195.

Roads from Lake Champlain to Connecticut river, 21, 22, 23, 32, 51, 64, 75, 83, 84, 85, 91, 92.

Rockingham, 311, 328, 361, 420, 423; when chartered, 100, 101, 104; meeting of civil officers at, 135; settlements at, 178; efforts to make it a county town, 179; patriotism of, 217, 218, 224, 233; friendly to a new state, 269; committee of, 335, 359; disturbance at, 336; remonstrance from, 400, 410; militia of, 515, 753, 773; census of, 745 ; representa­tives from, 754; sentiments in, 756.

Royal tavern, 221, 222.

Royalton, 383, 554; the attack on and burning of, 384-395.

Rutland county, troops assemble from, 440, 551.

Rutland, town of, trial at, 329, 330; Council meet at, 527; outbreak at, 551; General Assembly meet at, 568.

Ryswick, peace of, 9.

 

 

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Sabbath, observance of, 569, 579, 580.

Saltash, former name of Plymouth, 113.

San Coick, attack on, 66.

Sartwell's Fort, 26, 27; tavern. 166.

Saturday evening, observance of, 580.

Scatacook Indians, 18, 23.

Scouting expeditions, routes of, 18, 19; or­ganized, 39 ; journal of, 670, 671.

Sculptures by the Indians, 587-592.

Service, a punishment, 332, 341, 577.

Sharon, 328; when chartered, 116; Indian in­cursion at, 386, 387, 392; census of, 745.

Shay's Rebellion, 530, 709, 711.

Sheldon's Fort, 33, 67.

Sheriff, law concerning his duties, 192.

Shirley, Fort, 33, 36, 40, 45, 67.

Sodomy, 574.

Sons of Liberty, 196.

Sounding-board, account of a, 212.

South Carolina, maritime condition of, 658, 659.

Springfield, 361; when chartered, 116 ; diffi­culties of settling, 117-119 ; early militia company in, 135; agreement signed at, 248; sentiments in, 325, 423, 756; committee of, 335, 359; town meeting at, 634; census of, 745; militia of, 771, 773.

Squakheag, settlement at, 7.

Stanwix, Fort, 544.

Sterling county proposed, 132.

St. Francis Indians, 44, 62, 586.

Stillwater proposed as a county town, 132.

Stocks, punishment of, 577, 578, 580.

Stratford, 328 ; deserters from, 302.

Supply bill, 674, 702.

Swanzey, attack on, 7.

Swine, law to prevent damage by, 193, 194.

 

 

Taunton river, writing rock on, 588, 589.

Tavern-haunter, punishment of a, 578.

Taverns, courts held at, 195, 196.

Taylor's Garrison, 67.

Tender act, 551.

Theft, punishment of, 577.

Thetford, 328; when chartered, 116; deserters from, 302; a shire-town, 404.

Thirty thousand dollars, act granting the sum of, to New York, 561, 564; division of the sum of, 565, 633, 676, 761, 762.

Thomlinson, now Grafton, when chartered, 111.

Ticonderoga, 287, 729; attack on feared, 275, 285, 567; evacuated, 297, 301, 308; troops march to, 300; events at, 405, 641, 667.

Timber, law concerning the destruction of, 191.

Tinmouth, consultation at, 555.

Tioga county, 546.

Tory, 216, 217, 218, 220, 221, 222, 224, 233, 275, 293, 335, 360, 397, 398, 412, 608, 613, 624, 627, 639, 647, 674, 696, 701, 702, 751, 752.

Townshend, when chartered, 101; agreement signed at, 248 ; militia of, 515, 641; early in­habitants of, 640; representative from, 642; census of, 745.

Treason, punishment of, 573, 574.

Treaty, renewal with the Indians of a, 24, 736-738.

Trenton, battle of, 303.

Tryon county, 275, 291; fairs in, 193; exposed situation of, 264.

Tump-line, 47.

Tunbridge, Indian depredations at, 384, 392.

Tuscarora Indians, 546.

 

 

Ulster county, 291; exposed to attack, 264.

Unity county, 3, 5, 315.

University of Vermont, 708, 709.

Utrecht, treaty of, 13.

 

 

Vermont, division into counties of, 1-6; early reference to, 6; first settlement in, 16; second settlement in, 24; derivation of the principles of the laws of, 139, 573, 574; first convention within the limits of, opposed to Great Britain, 197-200; formed into a state, 283; constitution of, 297, 308, 320, 328, 329, 566-572, 702, 703; opinions concerning, 298, 363, 369, 413, 414, 424, 471; enmity between New York and, 304-306, 310; called an ideal state, 324; union of New Hampshire towns with, 325, 327, 402, 750; militia laws of, 332, 333, 423, 581; laws of, defied, 338, 425, 426; refusal to serve in the militia of, 356, 357; advice to, 365; supposed determi­nation of, 374; negotiations between the British and, 380, 381, 408, 412-414, 416, 419, 421, 422, 461, 464, 479, 485, 503, 568, 720, 721; exposed situation of, 382, 383; union of New York towns with, 403, 417; peculiar situa­tion of, 412; condemnation of the resolves of December 5th, 1782, by, 478, 479, 481; power of, 495 ; gathering of the troops of, 515; sentiments in, 538; land granted to the sufferers by, 542-547 ; admission into the Union of, 553-565; division line be­tween New York and, 561; criminal code of, 574-580; Indians of, 585-592.

Vermont Council, 314, 315, 598, 602, 632, 639, 662, 674, 675, 698 ; determination of, 338 ; measures of, 340-349, 439, 440, 450, 453, 475, 476, 477, 478, 485, 491, 498, 500, 501, 502, 513, 526, 527, 534, 572, 596 ; letter to, 731 ; re­quest to, 750.

Vermont Council of Safety, 299, 626, 627.

Vermonters, 301, 305, 322, 333, 334, 336, 373, 377, 415, 417, 427, 428, 434, 435, 440, 443, 444, 448, 450, 452, 457, 459, 471, 474, 475, 476, 478, 479, 480, 481, 487, 489, 500, 505, 506, 508, 509, 512, 513, 514, 515, 516, 517, 518, 519, 524, 528, 529, 530, 538, 539, 545, 683 ; number of, 325 ; determination of, 338.

Vermont, General Assembly of, 308, 309, 312 ; address to, 311; first session of, 314, 315, 639 ; acts of, 327, 328, 331, 332, 333, 336, 340, 341, 344, 345, 346, 356, 402, 403, 408, 410, 411, 423, 432, 433, 438, 439, 449, 450, 482, 490, 491, 501, 502, 525-528, 531, 533, 534, 536, 537, 539, 540, 548, 551, 559, 561, 564, 567, 568, 572-583, 627, 637, 662, 687, 688, 703, 724, 754, 755 ; grants by, 369, 370; petitions to, 419, 510, 513, 536, 636, 639, 688; accusation against, 461 ; letter from, 483 ; resolutions of, 506, 642, 704 ; com­missioners appointed by, 562; members of; 598, 602, 639, 642, 669, 675, 697, 698, 731 ; negotiations with, 709.

Vermont's Appeal, a pamphlet, 596 ; extract from, 750.

Vernon, disastrous affair at the meadow in, 74-77; when chartered, 101, 102, 103; early settler of, 706.

 

 

Wages and rations of soldiers, 33, 34, 39, 40, 61, 71.

Walpole, 633; patriotism of, 224; meeting at, 401; Indian fight at, 74, 739-742 ; epitaph at, 742; militia of, 753.

Wantastiquet river, sculptures on the bank of, 588-592.

Washington county (N. H.), 404.

Washington county (N. Y.), 555.

Washington county (Vt.), 6.

Washington, town of, formerly the township of Kingsland, 161.

Weathersfield, 311, 361, 420, 657; when char­tered, 119; grants in, 141; agreement sign­ed at, 248; committee of, 295, 335, 359; sen­timents in, 325, 756 ; supposed inscriptions at, 591, 592; census of, 745; militia of, 771, 778.

Wedding, a curious, 585.

Wells river, fort at the mouth of, 19.

Westchester county, 701, 702.

Western Union, 403, 415, 418, 419, 421, 423, 466.

 

 

                                       INDEX OF SUBJECTS.                    781

 

West Fairlee, formerly a part of Fairlee, 120.

Westminster, 311, 328, 336, 361, 375, 376, 397, 408, 420, 423, 604, 605, 640, 662; terms of the grant of, 58-61; deserted, 68 ; charter re­newed, 93, 94; inn at, 148, 221 ; attempts to make it a county town, 179, 182; shire of, 184, 315, 326 ; court house at, 185, 186, 192 ; roads to, 194 ; supervisors to meet at, 195 ; conventions at, 197, 198, 202, 204-208, 249, 250, 254, 771 ; resolves of convention at, 199, 200 ; massacre at, 209-241, 398, 409, 410, 609, 635, 636, 639, 643, 645, 646, 673, 674, 678, 679, 680, 695, 699, 706, 719, 720, 726, 730, 746-755 ; old meeting house at, 211-214 ; first settled minister at, 211, 732; court to meet at, 217 ; hostile assemblage at, 218-221 ; militia gather at, 224, 225, 226 ; account of those killed at, 227-231; incidents con­nected with the massacre at, 232-235 ; re­sults of the massacre at, 236-241, 258 ; meeting of committees at, 243, 244, 641, 754 ; county congress at, 245, 246, 655 ; manifesto from, 251, 252 ; county committee of safety at, 257-263, 277, 294 ; convention establish­ing Vermont meets at, 283, 285, 292 ; com­mittee of, 295, 335, 359 ; Yorkers confined at, 339, 446, 455, 488, 519; trial of Yorkers at, 340-345, 349, 506, 509; letters written from, 345, 719 ; defences recommended at, 354; General Assembly meet at, 369 ; a half-shire, 404 ; superior court held at, 411, 446-452, 456, 520, 521, 595; militia of, 445, 515, 772, 773 ; occurrences at, 478, 733, 734 ; examination at, 536; strange burial at, 583, 584, 637 ; curious wedding at, 585 ; office holders from, 597, 598; list of the proprie­tors of, 739, 742, 743; census of, 745; senti­ments in, 756.

West river, sculptures on the bank of, 588-592 ; notice of, 670, 671.

Whig, 216, 217, 218, 219, 220, 222, 223, 224, 227, 233, 238, 635, 653, 666, 679, 752, 753.

Whipping post, punishment at the, 582, 583.

White Plains, incidents at, 701, 702.

Whiting, road through, 194; militia of, 346.

Willard's hill, 61.

William Henry, Fort, capture of, 85, 86.

Williams's Garrison, 67.

Wills, law regarding the probate of, 190.

Wilmington, 453, 454; when chartered, 99; militia of, 515, 516; census of, 745; senti­ments in, 756.

Windham county, 1, 4, 5, 403, 404, 429, 526, 708; office-holders in, 408, 409, 597, 640, 642, 675, 696, 702, 709 ; court of, 415, 419, 438 ; presentment to the grand jurors of, 426, 694; military brought into requisition in, 489, 440, 482, 501, 528; condition of, 461, 462, 479, 502, 503, 525, 531, 535, 541, 597 ; delegate from, 527; charge to the grand jurors of, 662-665; election in, 750.

Windsor county, 1, 4, 5, 403, 404; court house for, 534; troops gather in, 551; officers of, 602.

Windsor, town of, 328, 408, 582, 651, 703, 754; when chartered, 113, 114, 146; grants in, 141; noted for its white pines, 146; mali­cious prosecution against citizens of, for cut­ting masting timber, 147-158; riotous behavior of the people of, 161-168; conduct of people of, reprobated, 169; road to Chester from, 177 ; conventions at, 255, 267, 268, 283, 772 ; convention at, disapproved of, 295-297; constitution of Vermont adopted at, 297, 308; first session of General Assembly meet at, 309, 314, 315; General Assem­bly meet at, 344, 345, 564, 568; proclamation dated at, 348; a shire town, 404; condition of, 461, 462; statement prepared at, 530; court house at, 534; disturbance at, 548-551, 725; fourth. of July at, 713 ; census of, 745; militia of, 771.

Woodstock, 328; when chartered, 115; rioters from, 550; census of, 745 ; militia of, 771.

Worship, right of, 569.

 

 

Yale college, 14, 594, 708.

Yorkers, 305, 322, 334, 336, 342, 343, 344, 346, 354, 355, 357, 358, 359, 368, 369, 370, 371, 372, 373, 375, 376, 379, 413, 421, 424, 425, 432, 434, 435, 439, 440, 444, 445, 446, 447, 449, 450, 451, 452, 457, 468, 474, 475, 476, 477, 479, 481, 487, 500, 501, 502, 503, 504, 505, 508, 509, 510, 511, 513, 515, 516, 517, 518, 519, 520, 521, 522, 525, 526, 527, 528, 530, 531, 532, 534, 535, 566, 597, 683, 684, 686, 687, 751, 756 ; number of, 325 ; de­termination of, 338 ; rage of, 339.

 

 

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Abbott, James, 126.

Abeel, James, 3, 554, 565, 761.

Adams, John, 662, 758 ; remark of, 343.

Adams, Simeon, 728.

Adams, Thomas, 85, 86.

Addarawanset, 7.

Addington, Isaac, 736.

Adgate, Matthew, 418, 524.

Aiken, Edward, 2d., 257.

Aiken, Solomon, 548.

Albee, Jacob, 753.

Albee, John, 753.

Aldrich, Gen. George, 69.

Alexander, Aaron, first person born in Putney, 69.

Alexander, Ebenezer, 40, 42, 43, 102.

Alexander, John. 78, 104, 743, 758, 772, 773; trial and fine of, 453.

Alexander, Jonathan, 773.

Alexander, Jonathan S., 759.

Alexander, Joseph, 742.

Alexander, Philip, 69, 95.

Allen, Ebenezer, 562.

Allen, Ethan, 225, 237, 243, 244, 316, 349, 351, 353, 354, 449, 455, 456, 463, 519, 596, 684, 724, 732, 754; extract from his writings, 102, 535; anecdotes of, 221, 342, 343, 600, 629-631; threats of, 338; leads the Vermonters against the Yorkers, 339; ideas entertained of, 340, 452 ; a brigadier general, 346; ordered to quell an insurrection, 440; arrest by, 443 444; his terrible proclamation, 445; his boasts, 451; conversation of, 497; refuses to subscribe a test creed, 570; reward for, 607; marriage and children of, 631; letter from, 729.

Allen, Heman, 254, 268, 269.

Allen, Ira, 513, 562, 596; elected state treasurer, 314; writs issued by, 339; letters from, 344, 345; embassy of, 438; ordered to quell an in­surrection, 440 ; sent to make an arrest, 441-443 ; agent, 539; a commissioner, 559 ; his advice, 626 ; extracts from his history of Vermont, 644, 724, 752; extracts from a pamphlet of, 750.

Allen, James, 160.

Allen, Joseph, Jr., 97.

Allen, Josiah, 773.

Allen, Newman, 87.

Allen, Samuel. 96, 743.

Allison, Col. William, 649.

Alvord, Elijah, 206, 257.

Alvord, John, 690.

Ames, Lemuel, 753.

Ames, Luther, 97.

Amherst, Gen. Jeffrey, 89, 91, 92.

Amschel, Thomas, 280.

Amy, Micah, 120.

Anderson, Samuel, 194.

Andrews, Rev. E. D., 70, 95, 96.

Andrews, Edmond, 738.

Andrews, John 738.

Andros, Mr., 53.

Andros or Andross, Bildad, 163, 223; state­ment of, 747 ; a justice, 765.

Andross, Nathaniel, 40.

Apthorpe, Charles Ward, 328.

Archer, Benjamin, 654.

Arms, John, 104, 725, 743; sheriff, 151, 152, 154, 766; poet, 234 ; office held by, 764, 765.

Arms, John, Jr., 743.

Arms, Josiah, inn-keeper, 413, 452; scene at the inn of, 510, 511; troops assemble at the inn of, 515, 519; petition of, 552,

Arms, Phineas, 73.

Armstrong, Hezekiah, a captain, 519.

Arnold, Jonathan, 562; letter of, 723.

Ash, Capt., 96.

Ashcraft, Daniel, 424, 505, 773; account of, 510; grant of lands to, 545, 759.

Ashley, Benjamin, wife of, 673.

Ashley, John, 692.

Ashley, Joseph, 739, 743.

Ashley, Samuel, 113, 739, 743.

Aspiambelet, 7.

Atherton, Joseph, 7.

Atkinson, Col. Theodore, 107, 743.

Atlee, Samuel J., deputed to visit the "Grants," 350; his interview with Chittenden, 356; re­port of, 358, 359.

Austin, Samuel, robbed, 615, 616 ; certificate of, 621 ; petition of, 622.

Averill, Anna, first child born in Westminster, 61.

Averill, Asa, 61, 68, 753; curious wedding of, 585.

Averill, John, 61, 69, 93, 230, 739, 753, 772.

Averill, Thomas, 753.

Avery, Mr. —, a prisoner, 387.

Avery, Abraham, 505, 759 ; trial of, 520.

Avery, Nathan, 426, 757.

Avery, Oliver, 38.

Avery, Samuel, 460, 565, 761 ; agent, 420.

Ayres, Capt. John, his exploits, 618, 622.

 

 

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Babcock, Amos, 123.

Bacon, Goold, 760.

Bainbridge, Com. William, 546, 547.

Baker, Benjamin, 426, 759 ; deposition of, 414.

Baker, Edward, 19.

Baker, James, 36.

Baker, Remember, reward for, 607.

Baker, Robert, 35.

Baker, Thomas, 316, 758, 760, 778 ; arrest of,

 

 

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444 ; trial and fine of; 452, 453 ; deposition of, 459.

Baldridge, John, 109.

Baldwin, Mr. —, 120.

Baldwin, Cyrus, his house and shop entered, 613, 614, 615, 616 ; his stolen property disco­vered, 617, 618.

Baldwin family, 116.

Balfour, Capt. —, an aide-de-camp, 617.

Ball, Shadrach, a letter carrier, 721.

Ball, Solomon, a letter carrier, 721.

Ballow, Benjamin, 758.

Bancker, Flores, 362.

Banister, Timothy, 429.

Banyar, Goldsbrow, 565, 604, 724, 761 ; execu­tor, 626.

Banyar, William, 761.

Barber, Mr. —, 12.

Bard, John, 565, 762.

Bard, Samuel, 761.

Barnard, Francis, 99.

Barnard, John, 66.

Barnard, Samuel, 670.

Barnes, John, 772,

Barney, John, 111.

Barney, Jonathan, 60, 738.

Barney, Joseph, 60, 738.

Barns, Thomas, 248.

Barret, Levi, 97.

Barrett, John, 245, 771 ; his shop robbed, 615.

Bartholomew, Timothy, 328.

Bartlett, Aaron, 163.

Bates, Jabez, 753.

Baum, Lieut.-Col. —, orders to, 303.

Bayley, Ephraim, a coroner, 770.

Bayley, Frye, 126.

Bayley, Gen. Jacob, 125, 126, 135, 255, 285, 286, 287, 288, 289, 291, 315, 412, 666, 668 ; letters of, 124, 279, 288, 299, 302 ; assigned of the quorum, 134 ; chosen a delegate, 247, 770 ; a brigadier-general, 266, 772 ; ordered to march, 299 ; a patriot, 404, 405 ; offices held by, 765, 768, 769.

Bayley, Joshua, 315.

Beamont, John, 36.

Beckley, Rev. Hosea, 714 ; extract from his History of Vermont, 752.

Bedel, Col. J , 286, 289.

Beeckman, James, 761.

Beeman, John, 36.

Belcher, Gov. Jonathan, 24, 307, 736.

Belden, Joab, 429.

Belding, Aaron, 52.

Belknap, Simeon, 385.

Bellows, Maj. —, 87.

Bellows, Col. Benjamin, 68, 74, 93, 101, 229 ; a justice, 173 ; patriotic and discreet, 224, 225; letters to, 345, 647 ; bravery of, 739, 742 ; offices held by, 764, 765.

Bellows, Rev. Henry, D. D., extract from his writings, 740-742.

Bellows, Mary, a widow, 627.

Bemus, Edmund, 757.

Benedict, Mr. —, escape of, 387.

Benedict, Elisha, 248 ; a captain, 641. Benjamin, John, 163, 168, 411 ; sheriff, 315 ; defamation of, 331.

Bennet, Nathaniel, his trial, 411.

Benson, Egbert, 553 ; a commissioner, 559.

Bentley, Samuel, 120.

Benton, Mrs. —, 385.

Benton, Eldad, 772.

Benton, Nathaniel, Jr., 760.

Bickford, William, 43.

Bicknal, Amos, 548.

Bigelow, Joel, 101, 425, 758 ; levy on a cow of, 426 ; an adjutant, 481 ; visits Gov. Clinton, 456, 457, 458 ; deposition of, 466 ; office held by, 768, 773.

Bigelow, Jonathan, 111.

Bigelow, Josiah, 378, 425, 426 ; trial of, 379.

Bigelow or Biglow, Jotham. 426, 505, 510, 759 ; petition of, 507 ; letter of, 538.

Bigelow or Biglow, William, 111 ; petition of, 507.

Billings, James, 49.

Billings, John, maltreatment of, 429, 430. Bills, Lieut. —, 49.

Bisbee, Abner, 118, 119, 771, 773.

Bisbee, John, 773.

Bishop, Eleazer, Jr., 550.

Bishop, Sylvester, a sergeant, 516.

Bixby, Samuel, 425, 426, 523, 524, 758, 760 ; jus­tice, 431, 765 ; letters of, 459, 530, 538 ; exa­mination of, 536.

Blake, Edward, 738.

Blake, Elijah, 96.

Blakeslee or Blakslee, James, 292, 311, 773 ; trial of, 343, 344.

Blanchard, Joseph, 106, 108 ; deposition 129, 131.

Blanchard, William, 43 ; captivity of, 44. Blasquet, Charles, 613.

Blood, Peter, 96.

Bodurtha, Thomas, 19.

Bollan, William, 79.

Bolton, John, a wire-puller, 719 ; a justice, 765.

Bourne, Shearjashub, 661.

Bowdoin, Gov. James, 709.

Bowen, Samuel, 66.

Bowles, Catharine, 761.

Bowles, John, 565, 761.

Bowne, Robert, 761.

Boyden, Maj. Josiah, 203, 506, 509, 510, 515, 772 ; wounded, 511 ; letter to, 688.

Brackett, Joshua, a judge, 622.

Braddock, Gen. Edward, 70.

Bradley, Moses, 594.

Bradley, Stephen, notice of, 594.

Bradley, Stephen Row, 376, 411, 444, 449, 451, 477, 478, 504, 506, 562, 628, 687 ; an attorney, 342, 343 ; proclamation prepared by, 346-348 ; appointed to visit the Yorkers, 375 ; letter of, 509 ; at Guilford, 515, 517 ; propo­sition of, 527 ; an agent, 539 ; a commis­sioner, 559; biography of, 593-601; incident at his house, 630, 631; extract from his Ver­mont's Appeal, 750.

Bradley, William, notice of, 593, 594.

Bradley, Hon. William C., letters of, 585, 633 ; notice of, 601 ; advocates the French monu­ment bill, 755.

Bradstreet, Lieut. Dudley, commands Fort Dummer, 37.

Bradstreet, Rev. Dudley, 37, 38.

Brakkee, Pompey. a negro, a suit for, the first tried in Vermont, 331 ; reference to, 731

Brattle, William, 14, 80, 104, 106, 107, 736.

Brewerton, George, Jr., 3.

Bridgen, Thomas B., 761.

Bridgman, John, 257, 261, 410 ; language of, 413 ; a justice, 438, 765 ; made prisoner, 475, 476 ; petition of, 507.

Bridgman, Orlando, 26, 317, 507, 758.

Bridgman, Thomas, offices held by, 764, 765.

Briggs, Peter, 378 ; trial of, 379.

Brigham, Oliver, 97.

Brigham, Paul, 662 ; notice of, 602.

Brink, Alexander, 771.

Britt, Capt. —, 45.

Broad, Hezekiah, 426, 505, 510, 759 ; fined, 452 ; search for, 508, 509.

Brown, Mr. —, 211 ; Col. —, 405.

Brown, Briant, 551.

Brown, Jonathan, a prisoner, 385.

Brown, Josiah, 739, 743.

Browning, Thomas, 755.

Brownson, Gideon, a commissioner, 329.

Brownson, Timothy, 562.

Brush, Crean, 226, 245, 328, 645, 678, 726, 744 ; his removal to Westminster, 183 ; visits New York, 184 ; his measures for the benefit

 

 

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of Cumberland county, 185, 186 ; elected to the General Assembly of New York, 188, 189, 719, 767 ; sentiments towards, 202, 204 ; information of, 236 ; proposition of, 288 ; daughter of, 565 ; biography of, 603-633 ; estate of, 724 ; offices held by, 763, 765, 766.

Brush, Elizabeth Martha, 604, 626; account of, 632, 683. See Norman, Thomas.

Brush, John, 626.

Brush, Richard, 626.

Bryant, Joseph, 14, 107, 108.

Buchanan, Frances, 626 ; her marriage to Ethan Allen, 629-631.

Buck, Daniel, 562.

Buckingham, Joseph T., 714.

Buckminster, Capt. Thomas, 52.

Bullen, Rev. Joseph, anecdote of, 732, 733.

Bullock, Israel, 426, 473.

Bullock, Shubael, 426, 527, 757 ; fined, 450, 521.

Bullock, William, 206.

Burgoyne, Gen. John, 567 ; advance of his forces, 302, 308 ; instructions of, 303 ; defeat of, 641.

Burk or Burke, Capt. Jesse, 408, 753; orders to, 359 ; sheriff, 766.

Burk, Capt. John, 730 ; seizure of, 85 ; a ranger, 706.

Burk, Jonathan, 206, 257, 765.

Burk or Burke, Capt. Silas, 280, 515, 517, 753.

Burke, Simeon, 753.

Burlingame, Israel, 257, 771.

Burnham, Abigail, 690.

Burnham, John, Jr., 326.

Burr, Peter, 736.

Burr, Thaddeus, letters of, 648, 649.

Burroughs, Mr. —, 385.

Burrows, Jarvis F., 755.

Burrows, John, 758.

Burt, Capt. Benjamin, 285, 245, 410, 755; a quarter-master, 515.

Burt, David, 690.

Burt, Ebenezer, 248.

Burt, John, 12.

Burt, Jonathan, 206.

Burton, Asa, 113.

Burton, Jacob, 113.

Butler, John, 96, 203.

Butler, Valentine, 742.

Butterfield, Capt. —, 236.

Butterfield, Benjamin, 208, 223, 232, 311 ; im­prisoned, 236; trial of, 343, 344; deposition of, 380 ; petition of, 552 ; statement of, 746, 747 ; offices held by, 764, 765.

Butterfield, Benjamin, Jr., 232.

Button, Charles, 330.

Button, Elias, death of, 385.

 

 

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Cady, Elijah, 743.

Calkins, Simon, 758.

Campbell, Dr. —, 96.

Campbell, Archibald, 761.

Capen, Abijah, 550.

Carey, Richard, 761.

Carleton, Gen. Guy, 275.

Carlisle, David, 712, 713.

Carpenter, Amos, 61.

Carpenter, Asaph, 426, 758 ; fined, 450, 521; his fine remitted, 527.

Carpenter, Col. Benjamin, 254, 255, 315, 475, 771, 772 ; seizure of, 505, 520.

Carpenter, Cyril, 505, 757 ; his trial, 520 ; his fine remitted, 527.

Carpenter, Edward, 428, 757 ; fined, 450, 521; petition of, 507 ; his fine remitted, 527.

Carpenter, Ira, 110.

Carpenter, Mary, 508.

Carpenter, Nathaniel, 426, 505, 759 ; leads an attack, 510 ; letter from, 530.

Carroll, Daniel, 722.

Caryl, John, 754.

Caswell, John, 736.

Caswell, Nathaniel, 738.

Chadbourn, Benjamin, 621.

Chaffee, Mr. —, escape of, 388.

Chaffee, Atherton, 61, 175, 753.

Chamberlain, Abiel, 135.

Chamberlain, Amos, 772.

Chamberlain, Isaac, 69.

Chamberlain, Jacob Bayley, first male born in Newbury, 125.

Chamberlain, John, 116, 739, 743.

Chamberlain, Joseph, 527, 758 ; resistance of, 439 ; trial of, 449 ; fined, 521.

Chamberlain, Nathaniel, 19.

Chamberlain, Richard, 125.

Chamberlain, Susannah, the first person born in Thetford, 116.

Chamberlain, Thomas, 69, 125, 769.

Champlain, Samuel, 6, 7.

Chandler, Charles, 96.

Chandler, Henry, 49.

Chandler, John, 109, 110, 143, 166, 257, 258, 633, 634, 654, 656 ; county clerk, 604 ; notice of, 638 ; offices held by, 763, 764, 765.

Chandler, Nathaniel, arrest of, 509.

Chandler, Col. Thomas, 109, 143, 223, 638, 652 ; petitions of, 132, 180, 181; assigned of the quorum, 134; receives a colonelcy, 135; is threatened while holding a court at Wind­sor, 164, 165 ; promises to build a court­house and jail, 173 ; jail of, 174, 175 ; court­house of, 176 ; letters of, 177-179, 188, 677, 725 ; is blamed, 181, 182 ; moderator of a patriotic meeting, 197, 198 ; expostulations with, 217, 218 ; his attempts at pacification, 220 ; imprisoned, 235, 583, 637 ; chosen to prepare a memorial, 279 ; act for the relief of, 583, 637 ; singular burial of, 583, 584, 637 ; commissioner, 628; biography of, 633-637; statement of, 746, 747; patronage of, 753; offices held by, 763, 764, 765, 766.

Chandler, Thomas, Jr., 109, 175, 177, 634, 654, 656 ; examination by, 173 ; advice of, 235 ; a commissioner, 328; side judge, 340; notice of, 638, 639 ; libel on, 730-732 ; offices held by, 764, 765.

Chandler, Thomas Chester, the first person born in Chester, 109, 634.

Chandler, William, 671.

Charles I., print of the trial of, 689.

Charles II. grants the province of New York to his brother James, 128, 145.

Chase, Dr. —, 747.

Chase, Benjamin, 426.

Chase, Dean, 426, 757.

Chase, Hon. Dudley, 186.

Chase, Paul, 111.

Chase, Stephen, 426 ; trial of, 450.

Chauncey, Israel, 7.

Chauncey, Josiah, 120.

Chipman, Daniel, 556, 567.

Chipman, Lemuel, 662.

Chipman, Hon. Nathaniel, 564, 687; side judge, 548 ; letters of, 555, 556 ; letters to, 556, 557 ; commissioner, 559, 563 ; able address of, 562, 563 ; observations of, 704.

Chittenden, Gov. Thomas, 299, 315, 375, 438, 440, 453, 461, 470, 471, 473, 474, 476, 478, 485, 488, 491, 496, 497, 500, 506, 526, 531, 532, 558, 596, 602, 703, 754 ; elected governor, 314 ; his orders, 339 ; proclamation of, 347, 348 ; drafts men, 356, 372, 373 ; interview between a committee of Congress and, 357-359 ; let­ters of, 362, 363, 381, 477, 481-483, 507, 508, 688; petition to, 409, 410; recommendation to,. 439 ; remarks of, 484, 535 ; requested to issue a proclamation, 502 ; address of, 547 ; president of convention, 562 ; memoir of, 567.

Church, Capt. Benjamin, 8.

Church, Bethuel, a justice, 431, 765.

Church, Eleazer, 453, 505, 759; arrest of, 509.

Church, John, 626, 627, 765.

 

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Church, Jonathan, 758, 773 ; depositions of, 380, 414 ; resistance of, 439 ; trial of, 449.

Church, Joseph, 373.

Church, Malachi, 194 ; a courier, 226.

Church, Nathaniel, 718.

Church, Oliver, a courier, 226, 236; deposition of, 232, 233, 746.

Church, Reuben, 758, 773.

Church, Richard, 510.

Church, Richard B. 759.

Church, Col. Timothy, 426, 473, 482, 521 ; trial of, 343, 344, 446, 447, 772, 773; communication of, 380 ; his opinion, 413 ; letters to, 414, 432, 436, 469, 498-500 ; a militia officer, 431; judg­ment against, 438, 448, 460, 684; rescue of, 439, 449 ; his arrest, 445, 474-477 ; resolve of Congress touching, 470 ; a prisoner, 478 ; account of his imprisonment, 488-492, 495, 496, 498 ; petition of, 507, 541, 542 ; letters of, 514, 519, 530, 538 ; lands granted to, 543-547, 552, 757, 758, 759, 760.

Clap, Eliphaz, 97.

Clap, Preserved, 7.

Clapp, Thomas, 738.

Clark and Nightingale, 659.

Clark, Asa, 758.

Clark, Ebenezer, 761.

Clark, Elijah, 759.

Clark, Rev. John, 662.

Clark, Joseph, 121.

Clark, Josiah, 550.

Clark, Nathan, 283.

Clark, Samuel, 758.

Clark, Seth, 757 ; arrest of, 508.

Clark, Thomas, 316, 761.

Clark, William, 7, 736.

Clark, William, Jr., 7.

Clarke, Rev. Dr. —, the wife of, 626.

Clarke, Lieut.-Gov. George, 195.

Clay, Ephraim, 772 ; trial of, 343, 344.

Clay, Hon. Henry, reference to, 601.

Clay, James, 245, 249, 257, 267, 269, 276, 287, 305, 401, 756; letter signed by, 260, 261; let­ter of, 288, 289 ; a commissioner, 289, 431, 684, 763 ; report of, 294-296 ; imprisoned, 299 ; agent, 306, 309 ; opposes the laws of Vermont, 334 ; trial of, 343, 344; offices held by, 763, 764, 765, 766.

Clay, James, Jr., 773 ; trial of, 343, 344.

Clesson, Matthew, 38, 690.

Clinton, Gov. George, 180, 325, 418, 445, 447, 451, 456, 462, 465, 466, 479, 482, 483, 487, 497, 511, 534, 607, 608, 684, 686, 756 ; elected gov­ernor, 305 ; proclamation, of, 309, 310 ; letters to, 314, 318, 319, 320, 322, 323, 330, 331, 335, 336, 340, 350, 353-356, 360, 361, 370, 371, 373, 374, 381, 414, 421, 427, 430, 484, 459, 467, 468, 480, 436, 489, 490, 495, 496, 514, 519, 529, 530, 538, 539, 545, 546, 682, 683, 685, 702 ; letters from, 321, 322, 323, 324, 333, 336, 337, 338, 349-353, 377, 378, 379, 380, 381, 414, 417, 422, 423, 424, 431, 432, 434, 436, 437, 457, 458, 459, 460, 463, 464, 469, 471, 472-474, 478, 479, 480, 481, 498-500, 676, 723; message of, 362; petitions to, 435, 486, 552 ; a correspondent of, 700.

Clinton, Gen. James, orders by, 333 ; letter of, 334.

Cobb, David, 738.

Cobb, Ebenezer, 738.

Cobb, Morgan, 738.

Cobb, Morgan, 2d, 738, 739.

Cobb, Simeon, 739.

Cockburne, William, 565, 761.

Cockran, Robert, 225, 226, 236, 658, 659.

Coe, Benjamin, 524.

Coffin, Capt., John, 771; his hospitality, 121.

Colby, Jonathan, 77.

Colden, Lieut. Gov. Cadwallader, 100, 118, 141, 155, 156, 160, 171, 604, 609, 644, 701, 706, 749, 752; memorial to, 122; proclamations of, 129, 130, 145 ; petitions to, 131, 132, 133, 207 ; his opinion concerning masting trees, 143, 144; special message of, 236, 237; his dis­patches, 238, 239, 746; heirs of, 565, 761,

Cole, Daniel, 510.

Colefax, Samson, 85, 86.

Colefax, Samuel, 759.

Coleman, Mr. —, 18.

Coleman, Joseph, 453, 757.

Collas, George, 659.

Collamer, Hon. Jacob, 755.

Collins, John, 735, 758,

Comins, Francis, 759.

Comins, James, 759 ; James, Jr., 759.

Conneighau, 24.

Cooke, Capt. Oliver, 413, 772.

Coolidge, Gov. Carlos, 755.

Cooper, Anson, 82.

Cooper, Joshua, 82.

Cooper, Moses, 40.

Cooper, Robert, 82 ; wounded by the Indians, 50.

Cooper, Dea. Thomas, 113.

Cooper, William, 771.

Copley, Elizabeth, 689, 690.

Cornwallis, Lord Charles, 406.

Cosaump, 17.

Coss or Cross, James, his journal of an expe­dition, 21, 22, 23.

Cox, Benjamin, a captain, 383.

Crawford, James, 227.

Crawford, Hon. Theophilus, 96; notice of, 227; testimony of, 233; at Guilford, 518.

Crisson, Thomas, 50.

Cromwell, Oliver, 593, 594, 689.

Crook, Andrew, 753.

Crook, Robert, 753.

Crook, William, 628, 753, 772.

Crosby, Isaac, 503, 758, 773.

Crossman, Benjamin, 738.

Crossman, John, 738.

Crowfoot, John, 15.

Cruger, Henry, 157, 761.

Cruikshank, Alexander, 761.

Cudworth, Samuel, 758,

Culver, David, 759.

Culver, Nathan, 758.

Cummings, Mr. —, 334.

Cummings, Francis, trial of, 343, 344.

Cummings, Jacob, 113.

Cummings, James, 95, 96 ; trial of, 343, 344.

Cummings, Jonathan, 739, 743.

Cummings, Samuel, 739, 743.

Cunningham, Mr. —, 236.

Cunningham, David, 613.

Currie, Archibald, 761.

Curtenius, Peter T., 263, 264, 266.

Curtis, Ebenezer, 163, 168, 257, 328, 771.

Curtis, Elias, capture of, 388; adventures of the wife of, 392, 393.

Curtis, Elijah, 527, 759; trial of, 520.

Curtis, Capt. Israel, 113; his rough conduct, 148 ; letter by, 163 ; threatens the court, 164, 165; office held by, 765.

Curtis, Samuel, 510, 758.

Cushing, Miss —, 604.

Cushing, Mr. —, 621.

Cushing, Daniel, 773.

Cushing, Job, 100.

Cushing, Noah, trial of, 343, 344.

Cutbeth, Benoni, 435, 436, 773.

Cutler, Dorcas, 726.

Cutler, Thomas, 111, 314, 401, 453.

 

 

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Daley, David, 753.

Dalhousie, Earl of, 705.

Dan Bill, his services, 531.

Dana, Francis, 709.

Dana, Isaac, 107, 114.

Dana, John Winchester, 206, 257, 765.

Danforth, Samuel, 550.

Darby, Samuel, 738.

Dart, Capt. —, quells a riot, 549; his con­duct applauded, 550, 551.

 

 

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Dartmouth, Lord, 238, 239; dispatches to, 746.

Dashwood, Capt. Samuel, his store robbed, 615, 616 ; petition of, 622.

Dater, Joseph, deposition of, 414.

Davenport, Addington, 736.

Davenport, Charles, 203 ; retort of, 220.

Davis Nathaniel, 230.

Davison or Davidson, James, 505; deposition of, 529 ; rant of lands to, 545, 757.

Day, Dr. Elkanah, 245, 257, 261, 401, 605, 747; trial of, 343, 344 ; representative in the New York Assembly, 361, 367, 368, 768 ; an adju­tant, 444 ; sheriff, 460, 493, 494, 495; at Guil­ford, 517; notice of, 640; a senator, 768; a major, 773.

Dean, Ebenezer, 738.

Dean, Ephraim, 738, 739, 743.

Dean, Ezra, 738.

Dean, Rachel, 158.

Dean, Silas, letter to, 729.

Dean, Willard, 146, 175 ; arrested for cutting masting timber, 147; journey of, to New York, 148-154 ; his trial, 155-158.

Dean, Capt. William, applies for permission to cut timber, 146, 147; is informed of the ar­rest of his sons, 154; is arrested and tried, 155-158; petition of, 181, 182.

Dean, William, Jr., 146 ; arrested for cutting masting timber, 147 ; receives rough treat­ment, 148 ; journey to New York, 149-154; trial of, 155-158.

Debeline, Monsieur, 38.

De Lancey, James, his motion, 608.

De Lancey, John, 761.

De Lancey, Oliver, 182, 189.

Dennie, Joseph, 712.

Dennison, Joseph, 659.

Dennison, Samuel, 511.

De Noyellis, John, 182, 606.

Dewey, Noah, 120.

De Witt, Charles, 182, 286, 418; representa­tion of, 535.

De Witt, Simeon, 759 ; a commissioner, 558, 559.

Dexter, Joseph, 426.

Dickenson, Obadiah, 761.

Dickinson, Samuel, 9.

Dieskau, Baron, 78.

Divel, Manassah, 742.

Dodd, John, 42.

Donaldson, Daniel, 773.

Doolittle, Ephraim, 100.

Doubleday, Nathaniel, 230.

Douglass, Asa, 743.

Douglass, Joseph, 116, 773.

Douglass, Samuel, 116.

Douw, Volkert P., 542.

Downing, John, 743.

Drake, Joseph, 738.

Duane, James, 271, 275, 286, 463, 524, 649 ; proctor, 154; defends the Deans, 155, 156; defends Col. S. Wells, 157; letter to, 434; letters of, 468, 685, 686; instructions pre­pared by, 522, 523; heirs of, 565, 761; docu­ment prepared by, 606.

Dudley, Gov. Joseph, 735, 736.

Dudley, Paul, 736.

Dudley, Col. William, 735.

Duer, William, 271.

Dummer, Jeremiah, 736.

Dummer Lieut.-Gov. William, 14, 15, 16, 106, 108, 736.

Duncan, Capt. —, 444.

Dunkley, Jonathan, 757; assault by, 503; ar­rest of, 504.

Dunmore, John, Earl of, governor, 94, 725; letters to, 175, 177-179; petitions to, 176, 178, 180, 187.

Dunscombe, Daniel, 264.

Durkee, Adam, a prisoner, 388 ; death of, 391.

Durkee, Andrew, a prisoner, 388.

Durkee, Capt. Bartholomew, 411.

Duycking, Gerardus, Jr., 761.

Dwight, Rev. Daniel, chaplain at Fort Dummer, 18.

Dwight, Gen. Joseph, 37, 51.

Dwight, Josiah, 692.

Dwight, Seth, 39.

Dwight, Timothy, 15, 16, 17, 19, 97, 671.

Dwight, Rev. Dr. Timothy, his travels, 692.

Dyer, Ebenezer, 100.

Dyer, Eliphalet, letter to, 729

 

 

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Earl, George, 230, 257, 771.

Earl, Newell, or Earll, Newhall, 415, 505, 757.

Earl, Samuel, 759.

Earll, Nathan, 135.

Eastman, Amos, runs the gauntlet, 44 ; taken prisoner, 62.

Easton, Bildad, 202, 285 ; trial of, 343, 344.

Eaton, Gov. Theophilus, 594.

Eddy, Joseph, 60, 738.

Edgehill, John, captured by the Indians, 50.

Edward VI., 689.

Edwards, Elijah, 316.

Edwards, Simeon, 368, 425 ; agreement of, 475, 476 ; a sheriff, 766.

Edwards, Timothy, 350.

Eliot, Elizabeth, 633.

Eliot, Joseph, examination of, 536.

Elkins, Dea. Jonathan, attack on his house, 405.

Elkins, Col. Jonathan, 412 ; a prisoner, 405 ; his adventures. 406.

Elkins, Moses, captured and released, 405, 406.

Elliott, Joseph, 317, 759, 773.

Ellis, Caleb, 759.

Ellis, Matthew, 758.

Ellis, Reuben, 59, 61.

Ellis, Richard, 59, 60, 61.

Ellis, Thomas, 236.

Ellsworth, Oliver, 350, 358.

Elmer, Elijah, 317.

Ely, Samuel, his character, 453 ; his trial and punishment, 454 ; notoriety of, 482.

Emerson, Benjamin, 125.

Emmons, Benjamin, 257, 315, 771.

Emmons, Solomon, 114, 148, 163.

Enos, Roger, 375.

Erwin, Elizabeth, 629.

Etherington, George, 761.

Etherington, Thomas, 761.

Evans, Asa, 550.

Evans, Ashur, 336, 773.

Evans, Elzi, 550.

Evans, Henry, 505, 509, 520, 521 ; his boldness, 424-426 ; a militia officer, 431, 773 ; arrest of, 444 ; his trial, 446, 447 ; his sentence, 448, 460, 684; an agent, 462, 463 ; at Poughkeep­sie, 464 ; at Philadelphia, 465, 686 ; resolve of Congress touching, 467, 470 ; returns home, 468, 469, 474 ; letters of, 480, 481, 514, 519 ; account of, 487.; petitions of, 507, 541, 542 ; search for, 508 ; examination of, 536 ; lands granted to, 543-547, 757, 758.

Evans, Henry, Jr., 505 ; his trial, 520.

Evans, Zera, 550.

Ezerus, 17.

 

 

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Farmer, Daniel, 50.

Farnsworth, David, 85, 86.

Farnsworth, Ebenezer, taken captive, 64, 66.

Farnsworth, Gen. Joseph, 510 ; remonstrates with the Yorkers, 511.

Farnsworth, Oliver, 116.

Farnsworth, Thomas, 511.

Farquhar, James, 761.

Farrar, John, 19.

Farwell, Mr. —, 229.

Farwell, Benjamin, 739, 743.

Fassett, John, 562.

Fassett, John, Jr., side judge, 340, 346.

Faukaquint, 17.

Fay, Jonas, 268 ; secretary of state, 348 ; ap‑

 

 

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pointed to visit the Yorkers, 375 ; side judge, 446.

Fay, Dr. Joseph, appeal to, 498.

Fay, Nathan, a jailer, 526.

Fenton, Jacob, 113.

Ferrell, Simeon, 773; his trial and fine, 452, 453.

Field, Charles K. 755.

Field, David, 110.

Field, Ebenezer, 739, 743.

Field, Israel, 759 ; deposition of, 414.

Field, Reuben, 773.

Fish, Nathan, 431, 765.

Fisher, Amos, 754.

Fisher, Ebenezer, his arrest, 149, 150, 151, 152.

Fisher, Ichabod, 113.

Fisher. Josiah, 34,

Fisk, Experience, 510.

Fisk, Josiah, a captain, 515.

Fisk, Nathan, 628 ; examination before, 506, 509 ; expedient of, 584.

Fisk, Rufus, 511.

Fisk, Silvanus, mortally wounded at Guilford, 518, 520, 694 ; proceedings concerning, 527, 535, 536.

Fitch, John, his conflict with the Indians, 51.

Fitch, Nathan, 424.

Fitch, Pelatiah, 346 ; letter of, 319, 322 ; letter to, 323, 324 ; promise of, 325 ; offices held by, 763, 764.

Fitch, Pelatiah, Jr., 773.

Fitch, Thomas, 736.

Flagg, Benjamin, 100.

Fletcher, Gov. Benjamin, 192.

Fletcher, Robert, 739

Fletcher, Robert, Jr., 743.

Fletcher, Gen. Samuel, 206, 248, 257, 334, 478, 501, 528, 597, 771 ; consultation of, 338 ; his force, 333, 339 ; orders of, 359, 504 ; his bri­gade, 444, 451, 515 ; requested to repair to Windham county, 531, 532 ; sheriff, 583; biographical sketch of, 640-643.

Fletcher, Squire H., 642.

Flowers, Him, 548.

Floyd, Col. William, 524 ; letters to, 417, 478, 479, 480, 723.

Flynt, John, murder of, 74, 740.

Fonda, Jellis A., 761.

Fonda, John D., letter of, 496.

Foot, George, a jailer, 446.

Ford, Hiram, 755.

Ford, Jacob, 524.

Foster, Rev. A., 697.

Foster, Josiah, 83.

Foster, Submit, 743.

Fowler, Abner, a justice, 769.

Fox, Right Hon. Henry, Lord Holland, 141.

Fox, Right Hon. Stephen, Earl of Illchester, 140.

Foxcroft, John, petition of, 553.

Franklin, Dr. Benjamin, his kindness, 406 ; statesman, 567.

Franklin, Walter, 100, 675.

Freak, Thomas, 735.

Freeman, Phineas, declaration of, 479 ; depo­sition of, 681.

French, John, 123.

French, Jonathan, 43.

French, Nathaniel, 206, 215, 227, 228.

French, William, 706 ; grave of, 214 ; epitaph on, 215 ; inquest on the body of, 225, 230, 673 ; biographical notice of, 227-229 ; his burial, 230, 231 ; the proto-martyr, 240, 241 ; efforts to raise a monument to his memory, 754, 755.

Frink, Thomas, conversation of, 478.

Frisbee, Philip, 757, 758, 760 ; Philip, Jr., 760.

Frisbee, Samuel, 760.

Frost, John, 43.

Fuller, Ebenezer, 257.

Fuller, John, a captain, 515.

Fuller, Jonathan, 753.

Fuller, Joseph, 230.

 

 

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Gaffield, Benjamin, death of, 75 ; captivity of his family, 75, 77.

Gage, Gen. Thomas, 114, 239, 609, 699, 749 ; commission from, 610 ; memorial to, 611, 612 ; letter to, 720.

Galbreath, John, 761.

Gale Samuel, 208, 223, 226, 328, 718, 721 ; his loyalty, 219 ; imprisoned, 236 ; money paid to, 238 ; county clerk, 604; biographical sketch of, 643-650 ; memorial of, 608, 609 ; statement of, 747 ; reimbursed, 749 ; offices held by, 763, 765.

Gallup, Elisha, Jr., 550.

Galusha, Gov. Jonas, 602.

Gamling, Benjamin, 735.

Gansevoort, Leonard, 286.

Garcey, Joseph, 759.

Gardner, Rev. Andrew, 735 ; chaplain at Fort Dummer, 40 ; preaches a sermon on a spe­cial occasion, 49 ; chyrurgeon, 50 ; preaches at the fort on the Great Meadow, 70.

Gardner, Andrew, Jr., 742.

Gary, Stephen, 738.

Gates, Mr. —, 233.

Gates, Daniel, 203 ; a lieutenant, 516

Gates, Gen. Horatio, 268, 275, 279.

Gates, Shepard, 772, 773.

Gates, Stephen, 511.

Gault, John, 758.

Gault, William, 759.

Gay, Rev. Bunker, settled at Hinsdale, 102, 103 ; epitaph by, 706, 707.

Geer, Shubael, 123.

Geer, William, 123.

George II., acts of, 194.

George III., acts of, 191, 192, 193, 194, 195, 196 ; sentiments towards, 199, 201, 202, 203, 215, 221, 225, 478.

Getchel, David, 148, 163, 166, 167, 168.

Getchel, Jacob, 163.

Gibbs, Giles, a prisoner, 385 ; death of, 390.

Gibbs, John, 257.

Gilbert, Capt. —, 387.

Gilbert, Ezra, orders to, 651.

Gilbert, Nathaniel, a prisoner, 387.

Gilbert, Thomas, 121, 739, 771.

Gile, Amos, 771.

Gile, Moses, 206.

Giles, William, 761.

Gillett, Ebenezer, 112.

Gillett, Roger, first child born at Hartford, 112.

Gilliland, William, a judge, 134; offices held by, 763, 765.

Gilson, Capt. Michael, 36, 39, 306, 408, 739, 773; trial of, 343, 344; a justice, 431, 764, 765.

Gilson, Susannah 742.

Gilson, Zachariah, 230.

Goffe, Col. John, 91.

Gold, Nathan, 736.

Gongegua, 7.

Goodall, Thomas, 38.

Goodell, Rev. —, notice of, 211, 605, 732.

Goodenough, Artemas, 510, 757.

Goodenough, David, 415, 426, 505, 757; his at­tachment to New York, 528 ; narrow escape of, 529.

Goodenough, Ebenezer 111.

Goodenough, Ithamar, 510, 758.

Goodenough, Levi, Jr., threatened, 368.

Goodhue, Joseph, 342; moderator, 696.

Goodrich, John, 761.

Goodrich, Hon. S. G., extract from his writ­ings, 601.

Goold, Seth, 753.

Goold, William, 753.

Gordon, Gen. —, wounded, 383.

Gore, John, 735.

Gorton, Benjamin, 202; charged with homicide, 280; imprisoned, 236.

 

 

                                       INDEX OF PERSONS.                    789

 

Gorton, Jonathan, 718.

Gould, John, 61.

Gould, Nathan, 38.

Gould, William, 61, 446.

Goulding, John, 109.

Graham, Dr. John Andrew, extracts from his Descriptive Sketch of Vermont, 601, 665, 675, 670, 738, 734, 751, 752.

Grandey, George W. 755.

Granger, Zadock, 398; agreement of, 475, 476.

Grant, Lieut. —, 90.

Grant, Maj. —, 617.

Graves, Asahel, 49.

Graves, Samuel, Jr., wounded by the Indians, 46, 47.

Gray, Capt. Samuel, 659.

Greely, Samuel, 739, 743.

Green, Ebenezer, 160.

Greenleaf, Jeremiah, 111.

Greenleaf, Stephen, 223, 724, 747, 764, 765.

Greenleaf, Stephen, Jr., 342.

Gridley, Samuel, 163.

Griffin, John, 292; a courier, 226; deposition of, 232, 746.

Griffiths, John, 765.

Grimes, John, 113.

Griswold, John, 754.

Griswold, Joseph, 761.

Grout, Elijah, 208, 235; statement of, 651; notice of, 657.

Grout, Hezekiah, 206.

Grout, Hilkiah, 306, 401, 684; captivity of his family, 75, 77; report of, 294-296; recommended as sheriff, 319; arrest and trial of, 329-331; a justice and commissioner, 431; notice of, 657; offices held by, 763, 764, 765, 771.

Grout, John, 175, 198, 199; an attorney, 148; his opinion on a law question, 149, 150; counsels the Deans, 151, 152, 153, 154; ha­tred towards, 162, 163; is complained of, 165; is arrested by a mob, 166-168; biography of, 650-658.

Grout, Jonathan, 115, 124; notice of, 657, 658.

Gunn, Samuel, 46.

Gurley, Israel, 257.

Guthrie, Ephraim, 760.

Guthrie, James, 761.

Guthrie, William, 758, 760 ; William, Jr., 758, 760.

 

 

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Haile, Amos, 96.

Haldimand, Gen. Frederick, 407; correspon­dence of, 381; parole from, 668; letter to, 721.

Hale, Benjamin, 550.

Hale, David, 550.

Hale, Hon. Harry, 143, 658.

Hale, Samuel, a justice, 769.

Hale, Silas, 550.

Hall, Daniel, 186.

Hall, Elihu, 120.

Hall, Enoch, 120.

Hall, George, 118, 119.

Hall, Jeremiah, 113.

Hall, Lot, 453; biography of, 658-666.

Hamilton, Mr. —a guide, 383.

Hamilton, Alexander, 469; argument of, 553, 554; letters to, 555, 556; letters from, 556, 557.

Hammond, Jonathan, 113.

Hancock, Gov. John, petition to, 254; letter to, 532; proclamation of, 533.

Hancock, Joseph, a courier, 226, 236; deposition of, 232, 233. 746.

Hanson, John, 685.

Hardiclay, John, 77.

Hardway, 77.

Harlow, Eleazer, 231.

Harney, John, 60, 738.

Harney, Jonathan, 60.

Harper or Harpur, Robert, 649; petition of, 132; assigned of the quorum, 134; office held by, 765.

Harris, Edward, 198, 206, 346, 772.

Harris, Nathaniel, 111.

Harrison, Richard, 553.

Hart, Richard, a ship owner, 613, 622.

Harvey, Dr. Solomon, 205, 206, 653, 750; town clerk of Dummerston, 200 ; his account of a disturbance at Dummerston, 201-203; his patriotism, 225.

Haskell, Prince, capture of, 382, 388.

Hatch, John, 315, 769.

Hatch, Joseph, 772.

Hathorn, John, 418.

Haven, Ebenezer, 257, 516.

Havens, Daniel, escape of, 384, 387; burning of the house of, 388.

Havens, Robert, 116; his escape, 384.

Haviland, Col. —, 92.

Hawks, Col. Zadok, 77, 92.

Hawley, Elisha, 113, 163, 168, 771, 772.

Hawley, Rev. Gideon, notice of, 672, 673.

Hawley, Joseph, 88, 692.

Haynes, Abel, 96.

Haynes, Rev. Asa, 111.

Hayward, Daniel, 109.

Hays, Rutherford, 757, 773; petition of, 507.

Hazeltine, Jacob, 206.

Hazeltine, Col. John, 101, 204, 205, 226, 236, 244, 245, 248, 641, 643 ; chairman of patriotic meetings, 198, 200, 206 ; chosen a delegate, 246, 247, 767 ; letter to, 654, 655.

Hazeltine, Mary, punishment of, 582.

Hazen, John, 125.

Hazen, Gen. Moses, 412.

Hazelton, Betsey, first person born in New­bury, 125.

Hazleton, John, 125, 126.

Heath, Mr. —, 77.

Heath, Gen. William, 281, 301.

Hendee, Mr. —, courage of his wife, her ex­ploits and humanity, 388, 393-395.

Henderson, Henry, 316.

Henderson, John, 38.

Hendrick Maqua, 16, 17.

Henry, Benjamin, 401, 772.

Henry, John, 87 ; wounded by the Indians, 50.

Henry, Gov. Patrick, 661.

Hensdale, John, 761.

Heywood, John, 42.

Hide, Joshua, 95.

Hildreth, Joseph, 257.

Hill, John, at the siege of Boston, 613, 616 ; proceedings concerning, 621.

Hill, Richard, imprisoned, 236 ; at the siege of Boston, 613.

Hill, William, a constable, 316 ; a doctor, 229, 747.

Hills, James or Jeames, 739, 743.

Hinkley, Mr. —, 112.

Hinsdell, Rev. Ebenezer, chaplain at Fort Dummer, 23 ; builds a fort, 27 ; under-commissary, 33 ; letters of, 77, 78 ; his cha­racter, 101.

Hinson, Capt. —, 661.

Hitchcock, Samuel, 662.

Hix, Henry, his punishment, 368.

Hobart, John Sloss, 764.

Hobbs, Capt. Humphrey, 39, 40 ; his cele­brated conflict with the Indians, 45-49.

Hodges, Henry, 738.

Hodges, William, 2d, 738.

Hoffman, Anthony, 249.

Hoisington, Ebenezer, 163, 257, 258.

Hoisington, Ebenezer, Jr., 163.

Hoisington. Col, Joab, 200, 246, 299, 728, 770, 771 ; major of the rangers, 265, 640, 772 ; his commission, 266 ; his conduct, 267, 268, 270, 271, 279 ; report respecting, 274, 275 ; wages paid to, 282 ; death of, 286.

Holt, Lieut. —, 49.

 

 

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Holbrook, John, Jr., 583.

Holbrook, Timothy, 582.

Holden, Francis, 753.

Holland, Lord, 141.

Holland, Sarah, 675.

Holt, John, 200, 753 ; extract from his gazette, 748, 749.

Holt, William, 111.

Holton, Mrs. —, troops gather at her house, 517, 518.

Holton, Mrs. Bethiah, notice of, 665.

Holton, Ebenezer, 109, 143.

Homer, Mary, notice of, 662.

Hooker, John, anecdote of, 234.

Hopkins, Roswell, 353.

Hopkins, William, 550.

Hopkinson, David, 120.

Hopson, John, 551.

Horsmanden, Hon. Daniel, 168, 237.

Horton, Lieut. —, 383 ; his conduct, 394. Hosford family, 116.

Hoskins, William, 738.

Hosmer, Aaron, 64.

Hosmer, John, 123.

Hough, Benjamin, petition of, 607.

Houghton, Aaron, 96.

Houghton, Daniel, mortally wounded at the Westminster Massacre, 231.

Houghton, Edward, 230

Houghton, John, 194 ; petition of, 507.

Houghton, Jonathan, 96.

House, Coombs, 116.

House, Col. John, commands a force, 389 ; pursues the Indians, 390 ; ; his conduct blamed and defended, 391, 392.

House, Nathaniel, 121.

How, Artemas, 758, 773.

How, Caleb, 26, 36, 743 ; wounded, 75 ; his death and epitaph, 76, 77.

How, Daniel, 36, 50, 69, 70.

How, David, 758.

How, Hon. Ebenezer, Jr., 26.

How or Howe, Mrs. Jemima, afterwards Mrs. Tute, her adventures, 75 ; her epitaph, 76, 77 ; notice of, 706.

How, Nehemiah, 35, 36.

Howard, Col. —, a grantee of Hinsdale (now Vernon) and Guilford, 171, 172.

Howard, Abner, 160.

Howe, David, 503.

Howe, Moses, 317.

Howe, Reuben, 120.

Howe, Simeon, 120.

Howe, Sir William, his conduct at the siege of Boston, 610-619 ; instructions of, 614, 615; memorial to, 620.

Hubbard, Abel, 96.

Hubbard, Hannah, 727.

Hubbard, Jonathan, 739, 743.

Hubbard, Joseph, 120, 743.

Hulburt, John, 742.

Hunt, Lieut. —, 42.

Hunt, Arad, 257 ; a courier, 226.

Hunt, Elisha, 111.

Hunt, Henry, letter of, 415.

Hunt, John, 739, 742.

Hunt, Jonathan, 7, 111, 401, 410, 562, 565, 703, 761 ; a messenger, 374, 375 ; letter entrusted to, 377 ; high sheriff, 438, 446 ; resisted, 439 ; letter to, 460 ; petition of, 507.

Hunt, Samuel, 102, 110, 114.

Hunt, Simon, 742.

Huntington, Samuel, 623.

Hurlburt, Josiah, 550

Hutchins, Benjamin, 95.

Hutchins, Charles, 761.

Hutchinson family, 113.

Hutchinson, Abijah, 384.

Hutchinson, Elisha, 736 ; Rev., anecdote of, 699.

Hutchinson, John, 384 ; his house burned, 392.

Hutchinson, Thomas, 79, 80.

Hyde, William, 628.

 

 

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Ide, Ichabod, 109, 753.

Ide, Ichabod, Jr., 339.

Ide, Israel, 753.

Ide, Joseph, 339, 753.

Illchester, Earl of, 140.

 

 

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Jackson, James, at the siege of Boston, 615, 616, 622.

Jackson, William, his conduct at the siege of Boston, 613-618 ; imprisoned, 619 ; exam­ined, 621, 622.

Jacob, Stephen, 703; prompt conduct of, 548; wounded, 550 ; a commissioner, 559.

Jauncey, James, an address by, 607, 608.

Jay, John, 271, 290, 362; letters to, 337, 338, 349, 352, 353, 362, 363 ; letters from, 350, 355, 356, 682.

Jay, Joseph, trial of, 343, 344.

Jefferson, Thomas, 601; policy of, 598, 599. Jenne, John, 550.

Jethro, Peter, 7.

Jewel, James or Jeames, 739, 742.

Jewett or Jewet, Capt. Daniel, 96, 230, 334, 772; conduct of, 695.

Johnson, Aaron, 248.

Johnson, Caleb, 125.

Johnson, Captive, her birth, 64, 591 ; stones commemorative of the birth of, 65, 66.

Johnson, David, 586.

Johnson, Edward, 109 ; an author, 669.

Johnson, Isaiah, 109.

Johnson, James, and wife, adventures of, 64-66, 68.

Johnson, Jesse, 125.

Johnson, Joel, 43 ; compelled to run the gauntlet, 44.

Johnson, John, 669.

Johnson, Moses, 95, 96, 586 ; conduct of, 695.

Johnson, Col. Thomas, 125, 586; notice of, 404; taken prisoner, 405 ; his adventures in cap­tivity, 406-408 ; biography of, 666-669.

Johnson, William, 669 ; Sir, 78.

Johnston, Dillington, 772.

Johnston, John, 761.

Jones, Benjamin, Jr., 356.

Jones, Daniel, petition of, 132; justice of peace, 146 ; deputy surveyor, 149 ; his con­duct, 150, 151, 152.

Jones, Joseph, 738.

Jones, Dr. Reuben, 196 ; his patriotism, 197, 223, 224, 653; his narrative, 645, 746; notice of, 753, 754.

Jones, Hon. Thomas, 700.

Joy, David, a justice, 765.

Judd, Enoch, 148, 163, 168.

 

 

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Kathan, Charles, 96, 339 ; a lieutenant-colonel, 444.

Kathan, Daniel, 342, 772, 773; a justice, 431, 765.

Kathan, John, 82, 87, 342 ; his character, 108, 109; refuses to serve in the Vermont mili­tia, 356 ; petition of, 552.

Kathan, John, Jr., 82, 342.

Keighley, Edward, statements of, 618 ; im­prisoned, 619.

Kellogg, Daniel, 755.

Kellogg, Capt. Joseph, 18, 20; commander of Fort Dummer, 21; his friendship with the Indians, 23, 24 ; an interpreter, 26 ; biogra­phy of, 669-673 ; a commissioner, 738.

Kellogg, Capt. Martin, Jr., 12, 669 ; notice of, 672, 673.

Kelly, John, 604, 629, 632, 633.

Kelsey, James, 550.

Kemble, Peter, 761.

Kemble, Samuel, 610.

Kendall, Amos, 550.

Kendall, Edward Augustus, extracts from his Travels, 588-592.

 

 

                                       INDEX OF PERSONS.                    791

 

Kendall, Isaac, 503, 510, 759.

Kent, Jacob, notice of, 125, 126 ; a commis­sioner, 289, 768 ; offices held by, 769.

Kent, John, capture of, 388.

Kewauchcum, 17.

Keyes, Jonas, Jr., 96.

Kidder, Oliver, a coroner, 767; an ensign, 771; a lieutenant, 773.

Kilburn, John, 117; account of the fight at his fort, 74, 739-741; his epitaph, 742.

Killam, Phinehas, 429.

Kimball, Amos, 120.

Kimball, Col. George, 65.

Kimball, Phinehas, 771.

King, John, 7, 690.

King, Joseph, 163.

King, Rufus, a commissioner, 558.

King, Titus, 73, 74.

Kirby, Reuben, 758, 760.

Kirkley, John, 316.

Knapp, Ephraim, 503, 758.

Kneeland, Mr. —, 390.

Kneeland, Joseph, a prisoner, 385 ; murder of, 390.

Knight, Col. Elijah, 515 ; stationed at Guilford, 521, 528; conduct of his men, 529; increase of his force, 531; he retreats, 532.

Knight, Joel, wounded, 518.

Knight, Jonathan, 203, 772; wounded at the Westminster Massacre, 281.

Knight, Samuel, 208, 311, 410, 699 ; charged with homicide, 230; petitions of, 507, 552; biography of, 673-675; offices held by, 763, 767.

Knight, Simeon, 101.

Knowles, Sir Charles, 38.

Knowlton, Calvin, notice of, 676.

Knowlton, Luke, 100, 227, 257, 291, 401, 410, 761; an agent, 381; remonstrates with Con­gress, 382; flight of, 485, 503; seizure of, 504, 520; a side-judge, 548; notice of, 675, 676; inimical conduct of, 721-723; office held by, 765.

Knowlton, Hon. Paul H., 676.

 

 

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Labaree, Peter, taken captive, 64, 66.

Lafayette, Gilbert Motier de, 667.

Lamb, David, 759, 773; his arrest, 444; trial and fine of, 452, 453; deposition of, 459.

Lamb, John, 524.

Lamont, Capt. —, 660.

Landers, Eben, 760.

Landers, Joseph, 760.

Langdon, Mark, charged with homicide, 230.

Lansing, John, Jr., a commissioner, 558, 559, 564.

Latherbee, Timothy, 743.

Laughton, Jacob, notice of, 202.

Laughton, John, 690.

Laurens, Henry, letter to, 324.

Law, Andrew, 213.

Law, Michael, 96, 230.

Lawrence, John, 761, 769, 770.

Lawrence, Jonathan, Jr., 50.

Leavins, Jedediah, 429.

Lee, Charles, 141; Gen., letter of, 646.

Lee, Thomas, holds a court martial, 329.

Leeds, Capt. —, 49.

Le Mott, —, assists to lead a party against Royalton, 383.

Leonard, Eliphalet, 738.

Leonard, Capt. James, 738;, James, 2d, 738; James, 3d, 738.

Leonard, William, 738.

Levins, Peter, 163.

Lewis, Cron, a Frenchman, 75.

Lewis, Robert, 761.

L'Hommedieu, Ezra, 418, 463; letters from, 464, 466, 467, 685, 686 ; report of, 542, 543.

Lincoln, Gen. Benjamin, 405, 667, 709.

Lincoln, Josiah, 738.

Lincoln, Thomas, 3d, 738.

Liscomb, Francis, 738.

Little, Joseph, 118.

Livingston, Peter Van Brugh, 245, 246, 255.

Livingston, Robert R., 296, 752; a commis­sioner, 558, 559.

Livingston, Gov. William, 215.

Lloyd, Byfield, 743.

Locklin, Dennis, 96.

Lord, Dr. —, 69.

Lord, Joseph, 164; assigned of the quorum, 134; examination by, 173; letter of, 652; notice of his life, 677, 678; offices held by, 763, 764, 765.

Lord, Nathaniel, 773.

Lord, Sarah, 638.

Lot, Abraham, 565, 724, 761.

Lott, Johannes E., 524.

Loudon, Lord, 84.

Lovejoy, Abijah, 206, 771.

Lovejoy, Peter, curious wedding of, 585.

Lovell, Elijah, 331.

Lovell, Enos, 336.

Lovell, Michael, 101.

Lovell, Oliver, 401, 410, 765, 771.

Lovell, Timothy, 328; his woodfarm, 627.

Lovewell, Capt. John, victory of, 586.

Lovewell, Capt. Nehemiah, 125; his services, 412.

Low, Isaac, letter from, 196, 197; his letter read at Westminster, 198; action on the letter of, 199, 200.

Lowell, John, attorney, 622.

Ludlow, Cary, surrogate, 626.

Ludlow, Thomas, 147,

Lukens, Mr. —, 644.

Lull, Capt. —, fight at his house, 549, 550.

Lull, Moses, 548.

Lull, Timothy, 114, 771; names Lull's brook, 115.

Lull, Timothy, Jr., 429; the first person born in :Hartland, 115.

Lusher, Joseph, 339.

Lyman, Elias, 690.

Lyman, Elijah, 761.

Lyman, George, 755.

Lyman, Rev. Gershom C., 398.

Lyman, Gideon, 117, 118, 119, 690.

Lyman, Joel, 761.

Lyman, Phinehas, 99.

Lynd or Lynde, Daniel, 425, 426; fined, 452.

Lynd or Lynde, Joshua, 426, 757; fined, 452.

Lynd, Lemuel, 757.

Lyndhurst, Lord, 690.

Lynds, Daniel, 111.

Lyon, Zebulon, 771, 772.

 

 

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MacNachten, Alexander, 765.

Macomber, Stephen, 738.

Madison, James, 601; election of, 599; opi­nion of, 723.

Malcom, William, 524.

Manly, Com. John, his exploits, 618, 622, 623.

Mann, Charles, 109.

Mann, Daniel, 42.

Mann or Man, Isaac, petition of, 132 ; assigned of the quorum, 134; offices held by, 763. 765.

Mansfield, Martha, punishment of, 582.

Marsh, Mr. —, 613.

Marsh, Abel, 301.

Marsh, Elias, first person born in Sharon, 116.

Marsh, Joel, a justice, 769; a captain, 771.

Marsh, John, 248; John, Jr., 248.

Marsh, Jonathan, 112.

Marsh, Col. Joseph, 248, 266, 274, 287, 291, 302, 315, 703, 770, 771 ; a delegate, 254, 255, 258, 263, 767 ; elected deputy governor, 314 ; orders to, 339.

Marsh, William, 268, 425.

Marshall, Samuel, 690.

Martin, Ebenezer, 160.

Martin, Grace, 690.

 

 

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Martin, Matthew, 413.

Marvin, Ebenezer, 703.

Mason, Peter, a prisoner, 388.

Massamah, 23.

Masseguun, 23.

Mather, Dr. Cotton, 17, 18.

Matthews, Joel, 302, 771.

Mattoon, Nathaniel, 739, 748.

Maunsell, Col. John, petition of, 606.

May, John, 227.

McCarra, James, 761.

McClure, Samuel, a captain, 390.

McCoun, John, 88.

McDougall, Alexander, 761.

McDougall, William, 761.

McFarland, Jesse, 160.

McKean, Thomas, motion of, 469, 470.

McKesson, John, 252 ; letters to, 644, 646, 647, 648.

McKinley, Alexander, 659.

McKinney, Daniel, wounded by the Indians, 46, 47.

McLellan, Mrs. —, 96,

McPherson, John, 762.

McWain, William, a sergeant, 334; complaint of, 338, 340.

Meganichcha, 7.

Melendy, Samuel, 426, 510, 759 ; fined, 452 ; examination of, 536.

Melvin, Capt. Eleazer, commands a scout, 40; is attacked by the Indians, 41 ; his courage, and fate of his men, 42, 43, 48, 51.

Mercy, John, a captain, 408.

Merrick, Isaac, 738.

Merrill, Nathaniel, a sheriff, 769.

Messenger family, 113.

Metcalf, Catharine, 761, 762.

Metcalfe, Simon, 544 ; heirs of, 565, 761.

Miller, Isaac, 516.

Miller, Robert, 753.

Miller, Samuel, 120.

Miller, William, 429.

Mills, Abraham, 605.

Mills, Simeon, 163

Minott, Samuel, 359, 375, 756 ; address signed by, 335, 336, 374 ; letters to, 336, 337, 350, 351, 356, 357, 377, 378 ; report prepared by, 340 ; letters from, 360, 361, 362, 370, 371 ; a major, 515.

Minott, Samuel, Jr., 771.

Minott, Dea. Samuel, 69, 96, 206.

Mitchel, Ebenezer, 46.

Moffat, John, 307.

Monroe, James, reference to, 599.

Montuzan, Frances, 604.

                See Buchanan, Frances.

Montuzan, Margaret, 604.

Moor, Lieut. —, 444.

Moor, John, 743 : John, Jr., 743.

Moore, Abijah, 772.

Moore, Benjamin, 82.

Moore, Capt. Fairbank, 82 ; his death and that of his son, and capture of his family, 86, 87 ; an early settler of Brattleborough, 104.

Moore, Fairbank, Jr., 82, 96.

Moore, Frank, notice of, 752.

Moore, Gov. Henry, 107, 114, 116, 123, 124, 134, 178 ; letter from, 135 ; his efforts to advance civizilation, 139, 140 ; grants by, 141 ; ap­plications to, 142, 171 ; commission from, 691.

Moore, Jonas, 96 ; his house robbed, 172.

Moore, Newell, 96.

Moore, Roderick, 760.

Moore, William, conduct of, 695.

Moredock, Benjamin, 248.

Moredock, Oliver, 248.

Morgan, Mr. —, a British secretary, 721.

Morris, Gouverneur, 287, 290, 292 ; letter to, 324.

Morris, Lewis R., consultation with, 555 ; a commissioner, 563.

Morris, Richard, 147, 421, 428, 652 ; letter of, 430 ; jurat of, 529 ; affidavit of, 752 ; office held by, 764.

Morris, Robert, 487

Morris, Roger, 186.

Morrison, John, 87.

Morrison, Robert, heads a riot, 548 ; trial of, 549, 550.

Morrison, Thomas, 765.

Morse, Ebenezer, 100.

Morse, John, 236.

Morse, Moses, 429.

Moseley, Increase, 703.

Moylan, Stephen, 622.

Mumford, Paul, 722.

Munroe, Reuben, punishment of, 583.

Munsell, Benjamin, 550.

Munsell, Daniel, 548: Daniel, Jr., 548.

Munsell, Thomas Lazel, 548.

Murdock, Thomas, 315.

Murray, Gen. George, 92.

Myrick, Capt. —, 397.

 

 

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Nailer, Michael, a prisoner, 624.

Nannatoohau, 23.

Nash, Ephraim, 718.

Nash, Timothy, 120.

Nawelet, 7.

Nelson, Thomas, trial of, 343, 344.

Nesbit, Jane, 762.

Newell, Elihu, 230.

Newman, Henry, 736.

Newton, Rev. Ephraim H., 99, 395, 691.

Newton, John, taken prisoner, 382.

Newton, Richard, imprisoned, 619,

Nichols or Nicholls, Ephraim, 368, 425.

Nichols, Paul, 486, 757.

Nichols, Samuel, 257, 765

Nicholson, Col. —, 12.

Nicholson, John, 524.

Nicoll, William, 189.

Niles, Nathaniel, a side judge, 548.

Nixon, Elias, 762.

Noble, Jonathan, 163.

Noble, Samuel, 503, 759.

Noonoowaumet, 17.

Norman, Henry M., 633.

Norman, Thomas, 565 ; and wife, 632, 633, 762.

Norton, Andrew, 116, 168, 328.

Norton, John, 257, 261, 631, 753 ; notice of, 221 ; objections to, 251, 252; trial of, 343, 344 ; anecdote of, 630.

Noyce, John, his services, 531.

Noyes, Gorham, 511.

Noyes, John, 511: Hon. John, 96.

Nurse, Caleb, 759.

Nurse, Joshua, 426, 505, 758, 773.

 

 

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Oaks, Seth, 411.

Odell, Mr. —, 263.

Ogden, Capt. —, his march with Robert Rogers, 90.

Olcott, Mr. —, a justice of the peace, 173.

Olcott, Elias, 410.

Olcott, Peter, 315 ; a commissioner, 289, 768.

Olcott, Simeon, 626, 651, 754.

Olcott, Timothy, 230 ; a coroner, 767.

Olden, John, 757.

Old Quail John, 116.

Olin, Gideon, 562 ; consultation with, 555.

Oliver, William, 329, 330.

Onslow, Robert, a capture by, 661.

Ontaussoogoe, treaty with, 24, 736-738.

Oothoudt, Henry, 419.

Orr, Isaac, 316, 773

Ortley, Barbara, 762.

Orvis, Gershom, 438.

Orvis, Weightstill, 773.

Osgood, Benjamin, 43 ; his captivity and death, 44.

Osgood, Christopher, charged with homicide, 230 ; a letter carrier, 721 ; arrest of, 722.

 

 

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Osgood, Samuel, 722.

Osmer, John, 123.

Otly, Capt. —, 724.

Owen, Caleb, 511.

 

 

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Packard, Squire, fight at the house of, 517, 518.

Packer, Charles, 758.

Packer, Ichabod, 758.

Packer, James, 426, 757.

Paddleford, Jonathan, Jr., 738.

Page, David, 115, 120.

Page, Jacob, his captivity, 405, 406.

Page, Samuel, 120.

Page, William, letter to, 597.

Paine, Elijah, a commissioner, 559 ; United States senator, 598.

Paine, Ephraim, 524; representation of, 535.

Paine, Robert Treat, 623,

Painter, Elizabeth, 638.

Palmer, George, a justice, 765.

Pannel, John, 431, 765, 773.

Park, Dea. Jonathan, 100.

Park, Lucy, the first child born in Newfane, 100.

Parker, Asa, 757.

Parker, Ebenezer, 515.

Parker, Isaac, 87.

Parker, James, 36.

Parker, Joshua, 95.

Parker, Capt. Roswell, 96.

Parkhurst, Capt. E., 386.

Parkhurst, Capt. John, his kind conduct, 385.

Parkhurst, Phineas, his endurance, 387,

Parkhurst, Tilly, 386, 387.

Parkis, Samuel, 248.

Parks, Amariah, 758.

Parmelee, Alexander, 230.

Parsons, Simeon, 691.

Parsons, Timothy, 97.

Partridge, Oliver, 96, 97, 692,

Partridge, Capt. S., his store robbed, 615, 616; petition of, 622.

Partridge, Samuel, 15, 105, 762.

Paterson, William, 232, 328, 726 ; high sheriff, 202, 218, 766; his measures for defence, 219; charged with homicide, 230; imprisoned, 236; money paid to, 238; notice of, 678, 679.

Patrick, Matthew, a captain, 550.

Patrick, Samuel, 147, 148.

Patterson, Eleazer, 206, 291, 299, 306, 317, 334, 338, 345; report of, 294-296 ; letters of, 336, 379 ; trial of, 343, 344; letter to, 378 ; com­munication of, 380 ; a justice, 431; petition of, 552; offices held by, 764, 765, 773.

Patterson, Robert, 772.

Patterson, Walter, 140.

Paugus, 586.

Payne, Elijah Freeman, a lieutenant, 658, 659, 660.

Peabody, Nathaniel, letter of, 668.

Peak, John, 74, 740; his death, 742,

Pearson, Mr. —, 7.

Pease, John, 19.

Peck, Capt. Joseph, 476, 505, 546, 773 ; orders a rescue, 426 ; his trial, 450 ; search for, 508; grant of lands to, 545, 758.

Peirce, Anthony, 742.

Peirce, John, 739, 742.

Pember, Thomas, death of, 384.

Pemberton, Ebenezer, 736.

Penniman, Dr. Jabez, 631 ; his wife, 632.

Pennock, James, offices held by, 769.

Pennock, Samuel, 160.

Perham, Jonathan, 396,

Perin, John, 771.

Perkins, Moses, 43.

Perry, Jabez, 753, 772.

Perry, John, 61, 95.

Perry, William, 339.

Peter Parley, reference to, 601.

Peters, Andrew B., 124.

Peters, John, 124, 160, 768, 769.

Petty, John, 753.

Petty, Joseph, 42.

Phelps, Charles, 97, 206, 244, 401, 483, 499, 505, 507, 653, 693 ; removes with his family to Marlborough, 99 ; petition drawn by, 207 ; letters of, 277, 363, 434, 489, 495; his efforts for the defence of Cumberland county, 300-302 ; memorial of, 306, 307 ; sent to Kings­ton, 361; at Philadelphia, 362, 463, 464, 466, 468; attacks an officer and is fined, 372, 373; remonstrance by, 421; loyalty of himself and family to New York, 423 ; documents prepared by, 427-429 ; mission to Pough­keepsie, 430, 460 ; appointed to office, 481; charges against, 446, 447 ; his library sold, 449; an agent, 456, 457; resolve of Congress touching, 467 ; depositions of, 479, 498 ; re­turn of, 486, 487 ; imprisonment of, 506 ; petition for release of, 507 ; sale of his estate, 513; trial of, 520; attainted of treason, 521; petition and pardon of, 526, 527, 536, 537 ; grant of lands to, 545, 757 ; biography of, 679-688 ; genealogy of the family of, 689-691 ; offices held by, 763, 764, 765, 767.

Phelps, Charles, Jr., 492 ; scene at his house, 511-513 ; genealogy of, 689-691; notice of, 692.

Phelps, Hon. Charles, 642, 694.

Phelps, Hon. James H., letter from, 691.

Phelps, John, 442, 694.

Phelps, Nathaniel, 679, 690.

Phelps, Solomon, 99, 245; ordered out of town, 277; library of, 449 ; genealogy of, 689-691; biography of, 691, 692 ; an attorney, 767.

Phelps, Timothy, 99, 489, 499, 521, 680, 758, 771; attacks an officer and is fined, 372, 373; attempt to arrest, 440 ; floors a constable, 441, 448; firm and prudent conduct of his wife, 442, 443 ; is arrested by Ethan Allen, 443, 444; trial of, 446, 447 ; sentence of, 448, 460, 684 ; resolve of Congress touching, 470 ; letter of, 490; account of his imprisonment and release, 492-498 ; petition of, 507 ; bearer of dispatches, 511; capture and re­lease of, 512, 513 ; his proceedings, 523 ; tes­tifies before the Senate of New York, 524 ; genealogy of, 689-691; biography of, 693, 694 ; his family, 694 ; a sheriff, 766,

Philip, an Indian, 740, 741.

Philips, Mr. —, 685.

Phillips, Elijah, 511.

Phippen, Atwater, 753.

Phippen, Joseph, 753.

Phippen, Samuel, 753.

Phips, Lieut.-Gov. Spencer, 35.

Phips, William, death of, 34, 76.

Pierce, Elisha, 759; quarter-master, 435, 773.

Pierce, Ephraim, 772.

Pierce, Joseph, 230.

Pierce, Thomas, trial of, 343, 344.

Pierce, William, 759; trial of, 343, 344.

Pike, Jacob, 50.

Pingry, Hon. William M., 119, 184, 267, 297.

Pinneo, James, Jr., 112.

Pitkin, William, 736.

Pitt, William, 649.

Platt, Elizabeth, 700.

Platt, Zephaniah, 271.

Plenderleaf, John, 565, 762.

Pomagun, 17.

Pomroy, Ebenezer, 691.

Pomroy, Nathaniel, 10.

Pond, Caleb, his shrewdness, 441, 442.

Poopoonuck, 17.

Porter, Col. Eleazer, 24, 49, 762 ; a commis­sioner, 738.

Porter, Elisha, a sheriff, 512; his conduct, 513.

Porter, James, Jr., 53.

Porter, Noah, 116.

Porter, Hon. Samuel, 642.

 

 

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Powell, Anna, 106.

Powers, Ephraim, wounded by the Indians, 50.

Powers, Rev. Grant, researches of, 120, 586.

Powers, Jerathmiel, 257.

Powers, Nathaniel, 116, 118.

Powers, Peter, 739, 743: Rev. Peter, 126.

Powers, Simeon, 116: Simeon, Jr., 116.

Powers, William, 772.

Pownall, Gov. Thomas, 91.

Pratt, Isaac, 99.

Pratt, Samuel, 738.

Prescott, Gov. Robert, 649.

Price, Capt. —, 373.

Priest, Eleazer, 40.

Prince, Samuel, 264.

Pritchard, Capt. —, 405.

Prouty, Elijah, 413, 420, 426, 757; depositions of, 414, 724 ; a justice, 431; petition of, 507; offices held by, 764, 765, 768.

Prouty, Francis, 773; assault by, 503, 504; petition of, 507; capture of, 508 ; his trial, 520 ; grant of lands to, 545, 757, 759.

Prouty, Richard, 773.

Putnam, Adonijah, 426, 505, 759.

Putnam, Gen. Israel, 75, 76, 114.

Putnam, James, letter of, 650.

Pyncheon, John, 7.

 

 

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Quimby, Mr. —, 78.

 

 

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Rale, Sebastian, 14.

Ramsay, David, 471.

Ramsay, Peter, order to, 618; imprisoned, 619 ; a captain, 622.

Rand, Robert, 753.

Randolph, John, his sentiments, 599.

Ranney, Ephraim, 202, 773 ; an innkeeper, 148, 158 ; a captain, 445 ; a justice, 765.

Ranney, Silence, 158.

Ransom, Hon. Epaphroditus, his mother, 642 ; letter of, 643.

Rathburn, Wait, 659.

Ray, Patrick, 36.

Read, John, 736.

Reed, Mr. —, alarm by, 396.

Reed, Isaac, 336, 773.

Reeve, Tapping, 595.

Reynolds, B., 96.

Rice, Asa, 73; Capt. Asa, 368, 773; letter of, 415.

Rice, Barzillai, 401, 450; deputy sheriff, 425; prudence of, 504, 505; resistance to, 520.

Rice, Ephraim, 503, 759; his property sold, 356.

Rice, Josiah, 426, 757.

Rice, Micah, 110, 111, 368, 773.

Rice, Capt. Moses, 73.

Rice, Phineas, 368.

Rice, Ralph, 47.

Rich, Daniel, 772.

Richardson, Mr. —, law suit of, 710.

Richardson, James, 753.

Richardson, Joseph, 43.

Richmond, Henry, 738.

Richmond, Joseph, 738.

Rider, Oliver, 206.

Rittenhouse, David, 644.

Rix, Daniel, escape of himself and family, 385, 386

Rix, Gardner, a prisoner, 386, 387.

Robbins, Jehiel, 772.

Robbins, Thomas, 86.

Robbins, William, 36.

Roberts, Ebenezer, 757.

Roberts, Giles, 426, 757; examination of, 536.

Roberts, William, 330.

Robertson, Amos, a commissioner, 289, 763.

Robertson, Gen. James, advice of, 613; con­sultation with, 616; orders of, 617; memo­rial to, 620.

Robertson, Nathaniel 230, 753.

Robertson, Reuben, 753.

Robertson, Samuel, 206.

Robinson, Amos, 429, 771.

Robinson, Beverly, letter from, 721.

Robinson, Elijah, 551, 703.

Robinson, Ezra, 230 ; his property sold, 356.

Robinson, Moses, 477, 562 ; chief judge, 340, 378, 446, 520; anecdote of, 342, 600; appoint­ed to visit the Yorkers, 375; incident in the life of, 493, 494, 497 ; agent, 539 ; United States senator, 598 ; marriage performed by, 631.

Robinson, Nathaniel, 206, 627.

Robinson, Samuel, 486; his opinion, 479; a justice, 765.

Rogers, James, 206, 770; notice of, 249, 250; offices held by, 764, 765.

Rogers, James, Jr., 249.

Rogers, Oliver, 550.

Rogers, Paul, 550.

Rogers, Maj. Robert, the distinguished ranger, 73, 88, 114; destroys the village of St. Francis, 89; his disastrous march, 90, 91.

Rood, Daniel, 378, 379.

Roosevelt, Mr. —, 686.

Root, Dorothy, 679.

Root, Elisha, 773.

Root, Hezekiah, 679.

Root, Jesse, deputed to visit the Grants, 350, 358.

Root, Samuel, 773; trial of, 343, 344.

Root, Timothy, 772, 773; acts as a judge, 368.

Rosbrook, Eleazer, 120.

Rosbrook, James, 120.

Rose, Joseph, 49.

Rosebrook, James, 147, 148, 149.

Rosevelt, Isaac, 762.

Rouville, Maj, Hertel de, 10, 11, 12.

Row, Daniel, Mary, daughter of, 594.

Row alias Munroe, Reuben, punishment of, 583.

Rowe, John, robbery of, 615; petition of, 622.

Rugg, David, 35, 36.

Ruggles, Benjamin, 738.

Russel, Noadiah, 121.

Rutledge, John, 464, 722,

 

 

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Sabin, Daniel, trial of, 343, 344.

Sabin, Noah, 202, 208, 223; settles in Putney, 95, 96 ; his firmness, 218, 220, 635, 636 ; im­prisoned, 236; trial of, 343, 344; kindness of, 398, 399; biography of, 694-697; statements of, 726, 747; office held by, 764, 765.

Sabin, Noah, Jr., 339, 410; biography of, 697, 698.

Sackett, an Indian chief, fights with Capt. Hobbs, 45-48.

Safford, Capt. —, commander of a fort, 388, 384.

Safford, Maj. Jesse, 551.

Safford, Jonathan, 316, 719.

Safford, Joseph, 519.

Safford, Philip, 753 ; his bravery, 231, 232, 233.

Salisbury, Hale, 758.

Saltonstall, Gov. Gordon, 14, 106, 736.

Saltonstall, Mary, 736.

Saltonstall, Richard, 735.

Sanderson, James, 115, 116.

Sergeant, David, 104; David, Jr., 104.

Sergeant, Jabez, 109, 283.

Sergeant, John, the first white person born in Vermont, 104. See Sergeant, John.

Sergeant, Capt. Stephen, 224, 753.

Sergeant, Thomas, 104.

Sargent, John, 24.

Sargent, Ezra, 315.

Sargents, Lemuel, 336.

Sartwell, Jonathan, 39.

Sartwell, Josiah, 26.

 

 

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Sartwell, Obadiah, 53.

Savage, Samuel Stow, 408.

Sawtell, Daniel, 116, 117.

Sawtell, Jacob, 116.

Sawtell, Oliver, 116.

Sawyer, Abner, 99.

Schlatter, Michael, executors of, 762.

Schuyler, Col. Peter, 17, 35, 75, 109.

Schuyler, Gen. Philip, 275, 286, 287, 289, 553, 558, 606, 608, 729.

Scollay, John, robbed, 615, 616; certificate of, 621; petition of, 622.

Scott, Eli, 46.

Scott, John Morin, 248, 296, 762.

Scott, Samuel, 118.

Scott, Thomas, 511.

Seaman, Benjamin, 180; memorial of, 608, 609.

Seelye, Abner, 772.

Sergeant, or Sergeants, or Sergants, or Serjeants, or Sargeant, or Sargeants, Col. John, 257, 258, 381, 397, 401 ; meetings at the house of, 294-297, 311, 313, 359, 750 ; trial of, 343, 344 ; communication of, 380 ; orders out militia, 475, 504 ; regiment of, 515 ; peti­tion of, 552 ; office held by, 764, 772, 773.

Sergeant, Rev. John, 672.

Sergeant, Thomas, 235.

Serjeants, Daniel, 40.

Serjeants, Lieut. John, 40

Sessions, Darius, 315.

Sessions, John, 199, 264, 266, 274, 291 ;. a delegate, 258, 263 ; information of, 270, 271 ; loan to, 282 ; letters of, 287, 288, 289, 306 ; letter to, 298 ; trial of, 343, 344 ; agent to Gov. Clinton. 353 ; representative in the New York Assembly, 361, 767, 768 ; exa­mination before, 536 ; anecdote of, 733 ; offices held by, 763, 764.

Severance, Samuel, 42.

Severs, Nathaniel, 551.

Sewall, Samuel, 18.

Shattuck, Daniel, 82 : Daniel, Jr., 82.

Shattuck, Gideon, 82.

Shattuck, William, 426, 435, 451, 482, 521 ; his boldness, 425 ; a militia officer, 431, 773 ; his arrest, 444, 505, 506 ; his trial, 446, 447 ; his sentence, 448, 460, 684 ; an agent, 462, 463 ; at Poughkeepsie, 464, 468, 469 ; at Philadelphia, 465, 686 ; congressional re­solve concerning, 467, 470 ; reaches home 474 ; an expedition of, 475 ; affidavit of, 478 ; account of, 487, 488 ; petition for re­lease of, 507 ; petitions of, 526, 541, 542 ; lands granted to, 542-547, 757, 758, 759 ; a member of Assembly, 768.

Shaw, Mr. —, 613.

Shays, Daniel, 709.

Sheaff, Samson, 743.

Shefflin, Jacob, 762.

Shelburne, Earl of, letter to, 135.

Sheldon, Lieut. —, 47, 49.

Sheldon, Hannah, 718.

Shepardson, Daniel, 426, 759 ; letters of, 414, 415, 434, 545, 546 ; a messenger, 422 ; a justice, 431, 765 ; threats against, 474 ; agent, 480 ; arrested, 522.

Shepardson, John, 111; a side judge, 340; at­tempt to arrest, 475.

Shepardson, Joseph, 505, 758: Joseph, Jr., 510.

Shepardson, Nathaniel, 510.

Shepardson, Noah, 426, 510, 758.

Shepardson, Samuel, a pilot, 516.

Shepardson, Stephen, 772.

Shepardson, Zephaniah, 757.

Sherburne, Andrew, memoirs of, 406.

Sherburne or Sherburn, Henry, 317, 743, 773; acts as a judge, 368 ; petition of the widow of, 552.

Sherburne, John, 757.

Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, anecdote of, 584.

Sheriff, Maj. —, advice of, 617.

Sherwood, Capt. —, 303, 407.

Shipman, Edmund. 753.

Shirley, Gov. William, 34, 37, 38, 52, 67, 68, 670, 672, 740 ; correspondence of concerning Fort Dummer, 29-32; proposes a protec­tive union, 63 ; his measures for defence, 64.

Shuldham, Admiral —, 617 ; orders of, 618.

Sill, Richard, a commissioner, 559 ; letter of, 595.

Sim, Peter, 762.

Simmons, Jehiel, 119.

Simonds, Titus, 326, 328.

Simonds or Simons, William, 257 ; foreman, 446.

Sims, Capt. —, 74.

Skinner, Samuel, 95.

Slade, Gov. William, remarks of, 567, 573.

Slafter, John, 113.

Slater, Isaac, 759.

Sleeper, Samuel, 123, 124; a Quaker preacher, 125 ; offices held by, 768, 769.

Smalley, Rev. Elam, D. D., 40.

Smith, Asahel, a captain, 551.

Smith, Diana, 762.

Smith, Ebenezer, 113, 739.

Smith, Edward, his opinion, 413, 414; com­plaint of, 504.

Smith, Gov. Israel, 257, 297, 311, 339, 602, 758; a commissioner, 289, 559, 763 768 ; an agent, 292, 414 ; his mission to New York, 294 ; letters of, 314, 320 ; letter to, 321; statement of, 723 ; a justice, 769.

Smith, John, 2d, 738.

Smith, Melancton, 457 ; a commissioner, 559.

Smith, Noah, state's attorney, 340, 343 ; anec­dote of, 600.

Smith, Reuben, 758.

Smith, Richard, 623.

Smith, Samuel, 120, 743 ; first child born in Windsor, 114.

Smith, Seth, 291, 292, 757, 758, 771; is arrest­ed, 414, 415 ; agent and representative for the friends of New York, 416-419 ; arrests Micah Townsend, 703.

Smith, Capt. Steel or Steele, 113, 114, 163 ; remarks of, 167, 168.

Smith, William, 123, 156, 157, 565, 724, 762 ; chief justice, 721.

Spafford, Asa, 86.

Spafford, Eliphalet, 773.

Spaulding, Lieut. Leonard, 96, 172, 262, 410, 627; his imprisonment, 202 ; his release, 203, 215; his patriotic exertions, 225; arrest by, 720.

Spaulding, Jotham, 758.

Spear, Andrew, 113.

Spencer, Gen. Joseph, 626.

Spencer, Abel, 330.

Spencer, Dr. Elihu, 700.

Spencer, Taylor, 118, 773.

Spencer, Timothy, 118, 771.

Spicer, Daniel, account of the death of, 528-533, 694.

Spicer, Jabez, death of, 530.

Spooner, Eliakim, an adjutant, 515, 517.

Spooner, Dr. Paul, 198, 206, 247, 251, 252, 253, 255, 314; chosen a delegate, 246, 250, 767; chosen sheriff, 291, 766; a side judge, 446; a deputy governor, 478; a chief judge, 548; a commissioner, 627; biography of, 698, 699.

Sprague, Capt. Elkanah, 411.

Squire, Reuben, 330.

Stacy, Philemon, 511.

Stafford, John, Jr., 426.

Stafford, Samuel, 773.

Staples, Seth, 738.

Star Comfort, 378.

Stark, Gen. John, 88, 92, 114; runs the gaunt­let, 44 ; taken prisoner, 62, 63.

Stark, William, 62.

Stearns, David, 743.

Stearns, Jonathan, 208, 674; notice of, 699.

 

 

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Stebbins, Asahel, 87.

Stebbins, Benjamin, leads a riot, 548.

Stebbins, Joseph, 317.

Stebbins, Zebulon, his conflict with the In­dians, 83.

Stedman, Nathaniel, 100.

Steele, Zadock, a prisoner, 390; his adven­tures, 391; his account of his own sufferings and captivity, and of the burning of Royal­ton, 395.

Stephens, Lieut. —, 89.

Stephens, Nicholas, 738.

Stevens, Charles, 40.

Stevens, Gen. Elias, his valiant conduct, 385, 386; escape of his wife, 387, 388.

Stevens, Enos, 53.

Stevens, Francis, 762.

Stevens, Henry, Jr., his captivity, 43, 44.

Stevens John, 291, 763.

Stevens, Capt. Phineas, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 48, 62; engaged in scouting expeditions, 49, 50.

Stevens, Samuel, 565, 762; letter from, 252; offices held by, 764, 765.

Stevens, Simeon, 160.

Stevens, Simon, 113, 117, 118, 119, 206, 255, 257, 266, 275, 286, 291, 292, 295, 305, 306, 319, 401, 754, 770 ; deposition of, 131 ; receives a cap­taincy and is made a constable, 135, 634; a delegate, 258, 263, 767; a brigade major, 267, 772; information of, 270, 271 ; loan to, 282; a justice, 431, 764, 765.

Stewart, James, 757.

Stewart, Joseph, Jr., 773,

Stimpson, Ephraim, 718,

Stinson David, 62.

Stirling, Earl of, 644.

Stockwell, Aaron, first person born in Marl­borough, 97.

Stockwell, Abel, 397; first settler of Marl­borough, 97 99; a guide, 152; an inn-keeper, 153; resistance to, 372.

Stockwell, Abel, Jr., 97.

Stoddard, Anthony, 14, 106, 108, 736.

Stoddard, Jacob, 759.

Stoddard, Col. John, 15, 16, 17, 18, 24, 105, 670, 736; a superintendent, 33, 37, 39; his death, 45; a commissioner, 738.

Stoddard, Jonathan, 503, 759: Jonathan, Jr., 758.

Stone, David, 114, 163, 168 ; capture of, 382.

Stone, David, 2d, 114.

Stone, Herman, 760.

Stone, Joel, 135.

Stone, Col. Nathan, 114, 208, 651; attempts to stop the court at Windsor, 161-165; his treatment towards John Grout, 166-168 ; petition of, 181, 182; fined for defamation, 331 ; offices held by, 764, 765, 766.

Stone, Samuel, 162, 163, 168.

Stone, Seth, 760.

Stone, Thomas, 623.

Stone, Zedekiah, 113, 114, 651, 764, 765,

Story, William, 107.

Stoughton, John, a justice, 765.

Stoughton, Hon. William, 735.

Stowell, Mr. —, troops at the house of, 516, 517, 519.

Stowell, Asa, 757.

Stowell, David, 772.

Stowell, Hezekiah, 206, 317, 368, 425; letter of, 414; a justice, 431, 765 ; petition of, 507 ; grant of lands to, 545, 757, 758.

Stowell, Hugh, 532.

Stowell, Israel, 113.

Stratton, Lieut. —, 49.

Stratton, John, his punishment, 318.

Stratton, Ruth, 317.

Stratton, Samuel, 317.

Strong, Benajah, 112.

Strong, Elijah, 112.

Strong, Elnathan, 148, 163, 168.

Strong, Joel, 97.

Strong, John, 257, 346, 562, 772.

Strong, Solomon, 112.

Stuart, Alexander, 316.

Suckkeecoo, 17.

Sullivan, Mr. —, 621.

Sumner, Joel, 511.

Sumner, Jonathan, a justice, 769.

Sumner, Samuel, 738.

Sumner, Seth, 738.

Sumner, Thomas, offices held by, 768, 769.

 

 

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Taft, Dea. —, 96.

Taplin, John, 126, 160; letter of, 247; offices held by, 768, 769.

Taplin, John, Jr., 160 ; a sheriff, 769.

Tappen, Christopher, 296.

Tarbell, Jonathan, 291, 771.

Taylor, Abraham, punishment of, 582.

Taylor, Asa, 771.

Taylor, Isaac, 42,

Taylor, John, 100, 116, 274, 276, 286, 675, 739, 742.

Taylor, Samuel, a coroner, 767.

Taylor, Thomas, 50; his description of a route to Canada, 51.

Teall, Oliver, 758.

Temple, Joseph, anecdote of, 234.

Ten Broeck, Col. Abraham, 607.

There, Jonathan, 743.

Thatcher, Samuel, 762.

Thayer, Jonathan, 60.

Thayer, William, 739.

Thomas, Isaiah, 712.

Thomas, John, proposition of, 608: John, Jr., 179.

Thomlinson, Capt. John, 32.

Thompson, Hon. Daniel P., reference to his writings, 584, 636, 637, 674, 699.

Thompson, David, 120.

Thompson, Dea. Hezekiah, 113.

Thompson, Joseph, 163, 168.

Thompson, Nathaniel, 659,

Thompson, Robert, 735.

Thompson, William, 120.

Throop, John, a side judge, 340.

Thurber, David, 527 ; fined, 521; grant lands to, 545, 757.

Thurber, David, Jr., 757, 759.

Thurston, Benjamin, 163, 166.

Thyhausilhau, 24.

Tichenor, Gov. Isaac, 437, 602 ; his visit of conciliation, 432, 433, 434, 435 ; a commissioner, 559.

Tilden, Charles, wounded, 389, 390.

Tisdale, Abraham, 738.

Tisdale, Israel, 738.

Tisdale, John, 738.

Tisdale, Capt. Joseph, 59, 738,

Tisdale, Joseph, Jr., 738.

Tisdale, Ruth, 59.

Tisdale, Seth, 60.

Titts, John, 762.

Tobe, Eleazer, 759.

Tolles, Henry, a captain, 551.

Tompkins, Jonathan G., 418,

Townsend, Henry, 700.

Townsend, Micah, 311, 359, 376, 401, 687, 709, 718, 724 ; letters of, 314, 320, 353-355, 369, 371, 379; information of, 319; letters to, 321, 330 ; papers entrusted to, 336, 337 ; arrested, 341; trial of, 343, 344; a representative in the New York Assembly, 361, 367, 368, 768 ; biography of, 700-706 ; offices held by, 763, 765, 767.

Townsend, Rev. Canon Micajah, 700 ; remark of, 645 ; letters of, 650, 704, 706.

Townshend, Lord, 116.

Tracy, Andrew, a captain, 550.

Tracy, Prince, 112.

Tryon, Gov. William, 126, 181, 201, 226, 243, 631, 692, 695, 696; injudicious grants by, 171, 172;

 

 

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petitions to, 175, 180, 181, 182 ; address to, 188 ; burning of the house of, 607 ; letters to, 652, 677, 725, 726; letter of, 678.

Tucker, Joseph, 687; captures and is captured, 511-513.

Tute, Amos, 76, 149, 150; petition of, 507; biography of, 706-708; a coroner, 767.

Tute, Mrs. Jemima, her epitaph, 76.

Tute, Jonathan, his epitaph, 706, 707.

Twichel, Benjamin, 74.

Twichel, Daniel, death of, 74, 740.

Tyler, Joseph, 101, 257, 771.

Tyler, Royall, 704 ; biography of; 708-718.

Tyler, William Clark, 708.

 

 

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Udall, Oliver, 771.

Umpaumet, 17.

Underwood, Jonathan, 454.

Underwood, Timothy, 96.

Upham, William, 257.

Upton, Clotworthy, 141.

Usher, John, 739, 743.

Usher, Robert, 739, 743.

Utley, Capt. —, 166.

 

 

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Van Cortlandt, Pierre, 252.

Vandenburgh, Cornelius, 652.

Van Santvoord, George, 574.

Van Schaak, Peter, 702.

Van Vechten, Abraham, a commissioner, 564.

Varick, Richard, a commissioner, 558, 559.

Vaudreuil, Marquis de, 20, 75, 92.

Verplanck, Gulian, a commissioner, 558, 559.

Visscher, Matthew, 760.

 

 

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Wadsworth, Benjamin, 18, 686.

Wahwa, 586.

Wainwright, John, 736.

Wait, Col. Benjamin, 147, 148, 149, 151, 152, 162, 163, 206, 268, 501, 507, 508, 515, 728, 770, 772 ; commander of the rangers, 299, 300 ; orders to, 502, 651; valuable services of, 548, 549, 551; wounded, 550.

Wait, Gad, 317.

Wait, Joseph, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167, 651.

Walbridge, Col. Ebenezer, 703 ; his regiment ordered out, 439, 440 ; arrests by, 444.

Wales, Eleazer, 112.

Walker, Eliakim, 738.

Walker, Hussian, 229.

Walker, James, 738, 739: James, Jr., 739.

Walker, Nathan, wounded by the Indians, 46, 47.

Walker, Reuben, 50.

Walker, Thomas, punishment of, 582.

Wall, Patrick, notice of, 629; his wife, 630, 631, 632.

Wallace, James, 757.

Waller, Daniel, capture of, 387.

Wallis, Thomas, 24 ; a commissioner, 738.

Walsworth, James, Jr., 773.

Walton, Gerard, 762.

Walton, Henry, 95.

Walton, William, 762.

Walworth, Daniel, 511.

Ward, Stephen, 419.

Ware, William, 739.

Warner, Daniel, 69.

Warner, Joshua, 69.

Warner, Mark, 690.

Warner, Seth, 237, 329, 596, 754 ; formation of the regiment of, 320, 322, 323, 324; letter of, 729.

Warner, William, 109, 634.

Warren, Capt. Jonathan, 257, 444.

Warriner, Samuel, 292, 319; declaration of, 480 ; a coroner, 767.

Washburn, James, 60.

Washington, George, 248, 281, 407, 408, 412, 434, 563, 601, 658, 662, 667, 668, 701 ; letters to, 351, 352, 648, 649 ; letters of, 481, 723 ; eulogy on, 663-665.

Waters, Capt. Daniel, his exploits, 618, 622.

Waters, Oliver, 510, 523 ; arrest by, 506 ; is captured by the Yorkers, 511; escape and recapture of, 512, 513, 515.

Watson, Brooke, 565, 762.

Watson, Ebenezer, printer, 595.

Watts, John, 762.

Watts, Samuel, 79.

Wattson, John, a justice, 765.

Wattunkameeg, 17.

Waunoouooseet, 17.

Wausaunia, 673.

Weare, Pres. Meshech, letter of, 668.

Webb, Calvin, notice of, 229 ; testimony of, 233, 234.

Webb, Jehiel, 753.

Webb, Joshua, 163, 198, 199, 206 ; notice of, 229.

Webb, Silas, 346.

Webster, Daniel, 669.

Webster, Capt. Ebenezer, 669.

Weld, Isaac, 773 ; trial and fine of, 452, 453.

Wells, Henry, a justice, 765.

Wells, Hubbell, 316.

Wells, John, 12, 753.

Wells, Jonathan, 17, 718.

Wells, Joseph, 757 ; his trial, 520 ; his punish­ment, 521.

Wells, Joshua, 40, 743.

Wells, Obadiah, 292, 297, 306, 759; petition of, 552.

Wells, Oliver, 235.

Wells, Samuel, 104, 175, 208, 218, 226, 245, 262, 379, 604, 644, 645, 676, 701, 704; deposition of 131 ; assigned of the quorum, 134 ; judge of the Inferior court, 149 ; favors the Deans, 150-156; his conduct approved of, 157; supports the government of New York, 161-165 ; allusion to his size, 179 ; petition of, 181, 182 ; elected to the General Assembly of New York, 188, 189, 605, 767 ; instructions to, 204 ; information of, 236 ; money paid to, 238 ; offer of, 355 ; conversation of, 413 ; flight of, 485, 503 ; biography of, 718-725 ; representation of, 726; examination of, 749; offices held by, 763, 764, 765.

Wentworth, Gov. Benning, 61, 62, 68, 78, 142, 169 ; his correspondence relative to Fort Dummer, 30-32 ; grants of land by, 93-127, 524, 666, 679, 739 ; disputes arising from his grants, 128 ; counter proclamation of, 129, 145 ; reserves land for himself, 140, 678, 743 ; reserves masting trees, 144 ; is succeeded in office, 145.

Wentworth, Gov. John, 743 ; his offices, 145, 652 ; applications to, 146 ; commences a malicious prosecution for cutting masting timber, 147 ; dislikes the residents west of Connecticut river, 149 ; correspondence of, 155-158.

Wentworth, Joshua, an attorney, 622.

West, Mr. —, 330.

West, Elijah, 551.

Weston, Nathaniel, 551, 771.

Wheat, Samuel, trial of, 343, 344.

Wheaton, Capt. —, 616, 617.

Wheeler, Darius, assault by, 503 ; arrest of, 504.

Wheeler, George, 120.

Wheeler, Harrison, 69, 70.

Wheeler, Capt. Isaac, 444, 515.

Wheeler, Jethro, 739, 743.

Wheeler, John, assault by, 503 ; arrest of, 504.

Wheelock, John, 299.

Wheelwright, John, 79 ; commissary-general, 45.

Whipple, Benjamin, 329.

Whipple, Daniel, 152, 175, 719, 766 ; his acts as high sheriff, 162 ; is resisted, 163 ; bond to, 652 ; notice of, 725, 726.

Whipple, Joseph, 757 ; resistance of, 439; trial of, 449.

 

 

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Whipple, Mary, 726.

Whipple, Pollard, a jailer, 222.

Whipple, Thomas, 759 ; assault by, 503 ; arrest of, 504.

Whiston, Samuel, 163.

Whitcomb, Lieut. —, robbery by, 383.

Whitcomb, Benjamin, a justice, 769.

Whitcomb, John, 548.

White, Mr. , wounded at the Westminster massacre, 231.

White, Ebenezer, 126.

White, Henry, 157.

White, Joel, 120.

White, John, 14, 106, 107, 163, 736,

White, Josiah, 342.

White, Lemuel, 330.

White, Mary, 125.

White, Noah, 125.

White, Hon. P., 96.

White, Col. Thomas, 69.

White, William, 425, 426, 510, 773 ; deposition of, 529, 530 ; examination of, 536 ; letter of, 538 ; grant of lands to, 545, 758.

Whiting, Benjamin, a deputy surveyor-gene­ral, 146 ; arrests by, 147, 149 ; his journey to New York, 148, 150-154 ; a justice, 765.

Whiting, Rev. Samuel, letter to, 654.

Whiting, Col. William, 735, 736.

Whiting, William B., 419.

Whitmore, Daniel, 743.

Whitmore, Capt. Francis, 97, 206 ; his toils and those of his wife, their usefulness and death, 98, 99.

Whitney, Capt. Benjamin, 515, 772, 773 ; trial of, 343, 344; leads an attack, 517; stationed at Guilford, 521.

Whitney, Daniel, 757.

Whitney, Ezra, punishment of, 582.

Whitney, Job, 368.

Whitney, Jonathan, 111.

Whitney, Nathaniel, 511, 728.

Wibird, Richard, 743,

Wickham, William, 724, 762.

Wickwire, Joseph, 519.

Wiersbury, Anthony, 19.

Wilbore, Joseph, 738.

Wilbore, Stephen, 738.

Wilcox, Mr. —, 339.

Wilkins, Dr. Isaac, an address of, 607, 608 ; referred to, 609.

Wilkins, Capt. Daniel, 415.

Wilkins, Daniel, Jr., 757.

Willard, Aaron, 771.

Willard, Bela, trial of, 343, 344.

Willard, Billy or Billey, 739, 743.

Willard, Henry, 726.

Willard Jonathan, 739, 743.

Willard, Joseph, 235, 727; his family captured, 92; trial of, 343, 344.

Willard, Col. Josiah, 31, 43, 49, 54, 739, 742; commander of Fort Dummer, 26; letter of, 27, 52 ; under-commissary, 33 ; engages in a skirmish with the Indians, 36 ; is succeeded in the command at Fort Dummer and re­stored, 37, 38, 40 ; a principal proprietor of Number One, 61; his death, 62; estate of, 724 ; biography of, 726.

Willard, Col. Josiah, Jr., 61, 107, 739, 743; commander at Ashuelot, 44, 52; succeeds his father in the command of Fort Dummer, 62 ; orders to, 63; gifts by, 69, 70 ; obtains a renewal of the charter of Westminster, 93, 94 ; a proprietor of Brattleborough, 104 ; biography of, 727.

Willard, Sec. Josiah, 51, 79.

Willard, Miriam, 64.

Willard, Lieut. Moses, 53, 64; killed by the Indians, 83.

Willard, Nathan, 104, 742; commander at Fort Dummer, 68 ; letter of, 78 ; complaints against, 81, 82.

Willard, Nathan, Jr., 743.

Willard, Oliver, 82, 102, 115, 742 ; deposition of, 131 ; petition of, 181, 182 ; offices held by, 764, 765.

Willard, Prentice, 739, 743.

Willard, Rev. Samuel, 726.

Willard, Maj. Simon, 8, 726.

Willard, Solomon, 696, 739, 743.

Willard, Wilder, 82, 739, 743.

Willard, William, 69, 82, 202, 739, 742 ; exami­nation by, 173; imprisoned, 236; incident concerning, 753; offices held by, 764, 765.

Willard, William, Jr., 743.

William and Mary, laws of, 190, 193.

Williams, Aden, 429.

Williams, Gov. Charles K., 754.

Williams, David, 316, 511.

Williams, Rev. Eleazer, 10.

Williams, Elijah, 110; a commissary, 45, 68.

Williams, Elisha, 736.

Williams, Col. Ephraim, 33, 68, 70, 672; his death, 79; founder of William's college, 79.

Williams, Eunice, 11.

Williams, Col. Israel, 15, 24, 49, 52, 89, 91, 307, 670; a commissary, 33 ; general superin­tendent, 45; letter of, 62; plan of defence by, 67; surveys a military road, 84, 85; de­position of, 108; a commissioner, 738.

Williams, James, 429, 738.

Williams, Jesse, a quarter-master, 551.

Williams, John, 542.

Williams, Rev. John, 10, 673; his sermon, 11.

Williams, Samuel, 2d, 738.

Williams, Simeon, 429.

Williams, Staltham, 762.

Williams, Col. William, 38, 98, 198, 199, 232, 247, 249. 255, 276, 287, 647, 770, 771; petition of, 181, 182 ; imprisoned, 236 ; chosen a delegate, 246, 250, 254, 767; letter of, 298; statement of, 374 ; character, of, 441; his failure to make an arrest, 442; biography of, 728-730 ; a justice, 765.

Williams, Zipporah, 694.

Willis, Benjamin, 738.

Willis, Joseph, 738.

Willson, Benjamin, opposes the laws of Ver­mont, 334.

Willson or Wilson, Lucas, 257, 773 ; trial of, 343, 344.

Wilson, Peter, 96

Wilson, William, 739, 743.

Winchester, Joseph, a justice, 431, 765.

Wise, John, 230.

Witherspoon, Dr. John, 700 ; deputed to visit the Grants, 350 ; his interview with Chittenden, 356 ; report of 358, 359.

Wittnell, Jeremiah, 738.

Wood, Silvanus, 550.

Wood, Stephen, 738.

Woodhull, Col. Nathaniel, a patriot, 608.

Woods, Joseph, 175.

Woodward, Bezaleel, earnest appeal of, 302.

Woodward, Robert, 738.

Woodward, Timothy, 511.

Woolcot, Mr. —, 735.

Wooster, Gen. David, petition of, 132 ; death of, 595.

Wooster, Timothy, 550.

Worthington, John, 692.

Wray, George, 762.

Wright, Amasa, 78.

Wright, Capt. Azariah, 196, 231, 639, 772 ; his patriotism, 219; his conversation with Judge Chandler, 220; a leader at the Westminster massacre, 220, 224 ; biography of, 730-734; names of the members of his company, 752, 753.

Wright, Azariah, 2d, 233.

Wright, Capt. Benjamin, 19: Lieut., 771.

Wright, Benoni, 123 ; his punishment, 125.

Wright, Jonathan, 317, 318, 690.

Wright, Medad, 135, 753 ; trial of 348, 344.

Wright, Moses, 101, 206, 773.

 

 

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Wright, Reuben, his conflict with the Indians, 83.

Wright, Salmon, testimony of, 233.

Wright, Thomas M., taken prisoner, 382.

Wright, Zadock, 328, 765.

Wyman, Capt. Isaac, 70

Wyman, Matthew, 43; his captivity, 44, 45.

Wyman, William, 96.

Wythe, George, 623.

 

 

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Yates, Robert 558, 559, 564, 649, 764.

Yaw, Amos, 759.

Yaw, Amos, Jr., 426, 527, 758 ; trial of 521.

Yaw, Moses, 426, 510, 759.

Young, Dr. Thomas, address of, 566, 567.

Youngs, Thomas, 524.