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CORRECTIONS.

Page 16, line 16, a note after the word in, should here supply the date 1033.

Page 22, line 5 of notes, for ond, read and.
Page 26, note 5, for I, read II.
Page 27, notes 4 and 5, for I, read II.
Page 29, last line of notes, for twenty, read ten.
Page 34, line 11, for Portsmonth, read Portsmouth.
Page 34, line 5 of notes, for writteh, read written.
Page 37, line 4 of notes, for Procedings, read Proceedings. .
Page 40, line 13 of notes, for Regiter, read Register.
Page 51, line 3 from bottom, for seen, read seem.
Page 57, line 2 of notes, for thau read than.
Page 71, line 2, for knowlege, read knowledge.
Page 72, line 3, a note after 1630, should supply the date 1630-1.
Page 79, line 4, for Bu tit read But it.
Page 88, line 3 from end of notes, for 1771, read 1781.
Page 120, line 5 from bottom, for Provdience, read Providence.
Page 125, note 4, for Schoaler's, read Schouler's.
Page 148, line 13, for connterfeited, read counterfeited.
Page 164, note 3, omit 1, before Backus's.
Page 169, line 16, for fouud, read found.
Page 169, line 18, for Englishmen, read Englishman.
Page 174, line 5 of notes, for Trere, read There.
Page 203, note 1, for aslo, read also.
Page 207, line 3 from bottom, for martia, read martial.
Page 251, line 15, for successsul, read successful.
Page 271, line 16, for 1776, read 1766.
Page 274, line 9, for become, read became.
Page 282, line 11 from bottom, for Corberus, read Cerberus.
Page 301, line 8 of notes, for oppession, read oppression.
Page 306, line 12, for skaken, read shaken.
Page 311, line 9 from bottom, for earlist, read earliest.
Page 313, line 1 of letter, for controrsrsies, read controrersies.
Page 320, line 14 from bottom, for Kuley, read Keeler.
Page 320, line 10 from bottom, for Colins, read Collins.
Page 320, line 3 from bottom, for Cruiser, read Cruizer.
Page 322, line 15 from bottom, for Nickols, read Nicholas.

Page 334, line 5, a note should state that Joseph here occurs by mistake for Josiah.

INDEX.

Abbott, Daniel, town clerk, Provi- "American Jenner," Dr. Waterhouse
dence, 58, 103, 106, 107.

so designated, 260.
Absolutism, among Narragansetts, American manufactures, 273, 283.
154.

American navy advocated, 303.
Abuse of liberty, 52.

American Philosophical Society, 127.
Academy, at Hopewell, N. J., 269 ; American races, Grotius on, 249.
at Wrentham, Mass., 278.

American revolution. See Inde-
Acquetneck. See Aquidneck.

pendence, war of.
Adam, descent of Indians from, Ames, Fisher, in Rhode Island, 1795,
Williams on, 140, 242.

126; speech on Jay's treaty, 1795,
Adams, C. F., on action of Federal 126.
ists, 1800, 130.

Amsterdam, Dr. S. Drowne at, 132.
Adams, John, action on Declaration Anatomy, lectures on, by Giles Fir-

of Independence, 267, 268, presi- min, Jr., 251-52; by Dr. W.
dency of, 1797-1801, 127, 128, 129; Hunter, 251, 252; study of, by
French policy of, 128, 129; life by Dr. Waterhouse, 256.
C. F. Adams, 130.

Anchor, heraldic device of Rhode
Adams, John Quincy, 113; on Wil Island, 237.
lianis, 97.

Ancient and Honorable Artillery
Africans. See Negroes.

Company, early service, 193.
Agreement, at Cambridge, England, André, Major John, execution of,

1629, 68, 69; of Providence set. 1780, 115.
tlers, 1636, 37, 202; on Easton Andros, Sir Edmund, administration
lawsuit, 1786, 341.

of, 92, 217; Indian policy of, 218.
Agriculture, of Narragansetts, 144, Angell, Thomas, accompanies Wil

210; policy of, in colonies, 293-94. liams, 1636, 83, 84.
Albany. See Fort Orange.

Animals, American, Williams on,
Alexander. See Wamsutta.

243; Wood on, 241.
Alien law, of 1798, 129.

Anne, Queen, declaration of war,
Allegiance. British, in Rhode Island,
233, 267; thrown off, 325.

Anthony, H. B., United States Sena-
Allen, Gen. Ethan, Stiles on, 250-51. tor, 124.
Allen, Zachariah, on the burning of Antinomians, at Boston, 32, 192, 207;
Providence, 1676, 58, 89.

at Newport, 186, 207, 208.
Almanac, owned by Pres. Stiles, 250; Antiquarian researches of Theodore

published by Benjamin West, 253. Foster, 133.
Alpbabet, Narragansett substitute Antiquities of the Narragansetts, 138,
for, 148.

140.
American Antiquarian Society, mem- Antrobus, Capt., H. M. navy, 303,

orandum on Dwight Foster, 131. 311, 312.
American colonies, advocates of Apostolic succession, Williams on,56.

in parliament, 284; development Appendices to Early attempts at
of resources, 285; English protec Rhode Island history, 95-109.
tion of, 290, 291-92, 296-97; free- “Appian Way," 133.
dom of, 295 ; loyalist exodus from, Apple trees, planted by Blackstone,
280; military force of, 293, 297; 25.

scientific investigations in, 247. Apportionment of state representa-
American independence, Declaration tion, 1790, 124.

of, 1776, 325; discussion of, 265, Apprenticeship of Narragansetts,
268, 279, 281; Stiles on, 250. 227, 228, 232, 233.

17

Atlantic coast, colonies on, 228.
Attorneys in Easton lawsuit, 343.
Augre, spelling of, 72.
Augsburg, Diet of, 1555, 100.
Aurania. See Fort Orange.
Awashanks, Wampanoag sachem,

207.
Ayscough, Capt., H. M. navy, 301,

318, 320, 322.

Aqueduct Point, at Newport, .331.
Aquidneck, (Island), purchase of

164, 191; granted to Coddington,
169; settlement of, 32, 33, 160,

192-193, 211.
Arbella, spelling of, 70.
Arber, E., edition of Prince's Chron-

ological history, 9.
Archery, enjoined by Rhode Island

code, 1647, 193.
Arethusa, H. M. S., at Newport,

320, 321.
Aris. See Fire-arms.
Arnold, Gov. Benedict, b. 1615, 202;

at Warwick, 204, removes to New-
port, 1653, 203 ; services at New
port, 203, 204; first governor
under the charter, 1663, 88, 204;
purchases Pettiquamscot, 1658,
202; speaks Narragansett dialect,
182, 202; goes to England, 1670,
202; opposes policy of Clarke,
1676, 226; second governorship,
1677, 226; characteristics of, 69,

202, 203, 207, 224 ; influence of,
• 203; death, 1678, 226.
Arnold, Jonathan J., letter cited,

1787, 120.
Arnold, Josiah, deposition, 1785, 334.
Arnold, Oliver, Varnum studies law

withi, 276.
Arnold, Samuel G,, History of Rhode

Ieland cited, 7, and passim.
Arnold, Thomas, ancestor of Stephen

Hopkins, 19.
Arnold, William, accompanies Wil.

liams, 19, 202; settles at Pawtuxet,
35, 195, 202 ; summoned by Massa-

chusetts, 1650, 195.
Arnold family, 202.
Ashton, James, bond of, 106.
Asin, supposed origin of Indians in,

139, 140, 249; the Ten Tribes in,

249.
Asiatic traits of Indians, 148-49, 155.
Aspinwall, Thomas, on Narragansett

patent, 40.
Aspinwall, William, settler of Aquid.

neck, 32.
Assyria, captivity of the Jews in,

249.
Asterisks, use of, 94.
Astronomical observations, 252, 253,

254.
Astronomy, Indian knowledge of, 243.
Athens, popular rule in, 38.
Athletic training of Narragansetts,

151.

• Back Street,” (Benefit street), 117.
Backus, Rev. Isaac, on Roger Wil-

liams, 10, 73, 164, 269.
Baker, William, barbarous habits of,

181.
Balance of trade, colonial connection

with, 281.
Ballymony, financial aid to Rhode

Island College, 273.
Baltimore, as site of capital, 123.
"Banishment.” See Expulsion.
Bank, at Foster, R. I., 132; at Prov-

idence, 221.
Baptist churches, in England, 58; in

Massachusetts, 277; in Pennsylva-
nia, 275; in Rhode Island, 19, 32,

58, 182, 246, 274.
Baptist cyclopædia cited, 280.
Baptist Quarterly, cited, 101.
Baptists, in American colonies, 186,

269, 280; in Rhode Island, 71, 186,

202.
Bargains, of Narragansetts, 149.
Barker, Peleg, town clerk of New-

port, 1706, 336.
Barker, Peleg, town clerk of New-

port, 1788, 342.
Barney, Jacob, takes sand from Eas-

ton's Beach, 337.
Barrows, Rev. Dr. C. E., on Claggett,

247.
Bartlett, John R., “Bibliography of

Rhode Island ” cited, 7; Colony

records cited, 8, 164, 177.
Bass, Rev. Dr. Edward, Bishop of

Massachusetts, 113.
Bates, James, purser, H. M. S. Swan,

319.
Baulston, William, settler of New-

port, 1639, 32, 330.
Baylies, F., on Williams's residence

at Plymouth, 73.
Beach, Easton's, 329, 331, 332, 333,

334, 336, 337, 339, 340, 341, 342,

343.
Beef, Naval supplies of, 304, 316, 325.
Beggary, of Narragansetts, 182.
Bebring, Strait of, 139, 248.

Bell, John, Jr., purser, H. M. S.

Squirrel, 312.
Bell Isle, naval engagement off, 1780,

322.
Bellomont, Earl of, letter cited, 1699.

86.
Belton, Joseph, member of first class

Rhode Island College, 271.
Bentley, Rev. Dr. William, on Wil-

liams at Salem, 8, 10, 72, 73, 74,

76, 77, 79, 81, 171, 187.
Benton's "Abridgment of debates,"

cited, 126.
Berkeley, George, Bishop of Cloyne,

245; residence in Newport, 1729.
31, 245; efforts for the Narragan-
setts, 234; relations to Redwood

Library, 245; books left by, 253.
Béville, Major de, guest of Theodore

Foster, 127.
Bewit, Hugh, early settler of Provi-

dence, 20, 88.
Bible, of Dyer family, 333.
Bible, Indian, of John Eliot, 241-42.
Biblical origin of Indian tribes, 139.
Blackstone, Rev. William, at Boston,

24, 25; on Blackstone river, 24;

preaches at Providence, 56.
Blackstone, Sir William, on land

ownership, 180.
Blackstone river, 17, 24, 86, 213.
Bliss, Henry, connection with Easton

case, 1787, 342.
Bliss, Leonard, history of Rehoboth,

Mass., cited, 89.
Bliss, family, scow of, 333.
Block Island, Indians at, 144, 167.
Blood, circulation discovered, 1616,

244.
*Bloody tenent yet more bloody,"

(Cotion's), cited, 165, 173, 174, 182,

186.
Boats, joint use by Indians, 165.
Bond, Dennis, incorporator of Rhode

Island, 1644, 41.
Books, left by Berkeley, 253; lack of

in Rhode Island, 21.
Borden, John, account of King

Philip, 91, 92.
"Border ruffians," 182.
Boston, 167, 216, 219, 246 ; Antinomi.
ansat, 32, 192, 207-8; Blackstone at
24-25; H. M. S. Mercury at, 1773,
321; loyalists at, 280; papers con-
sulted at, by Senator Foster, 133;
port bill, 1774, 302; relations with
Indian tribes, 137, 214, 218; with
British fleet, 304, 319, 321.

Boston Intelligencer, Waterhouse's

contributions to, 261.
Botanic garden, at London, 256; at

Newport, 245, 263.
Botanist, The, published by Water-

house, 260.
Botany, Linnaeus on, 260; Water-
house's acquaintance with, 256, 257,

260; of New England, 241.
Boundaries, of Indian tribes, 158; of

Rhode Island, 82, 202.
“Bounds," substituted for “Pond,”

341, 343.
Bourne, Benjamin, in Rhode Island

General Assembly, 1787, 120.
Bowen, Jabez, observes transit of

Venus, 1769, 254.
Bowen, Dr. W. S., owns Varnum

house, 276.
Bracey, - , abutter on Easton land,

331.
Bradford, A., on Pinckney's declara-

tion, 1797, 128.
Bradford, William, governor of Ply-
mouth, 73, 82, 113; relations with

Williams, 73, 82-83.
Bradford, William, of Bristol, 120;

United States Senator, 124.
Braintree, Mass., 112.
Brant, contrasted with King Philip,

217.
Brayton, Judge G. A., on Gorton,

36.
Breda, declaration from, 1660, 54,

244.
Brenton, William, settler at New-

port, 88, 330, 331.
Bridge, over Easton's Pond, 336.
Brigham, William, on Plymouth col-

ony, 68.
Bristol, England, departure of Wil-

liams from. 1631, 72
Bristol, Rhode Island, West's resi-

dence at, 253.
British army, at New York, 1783,

280; at Newport, 301-2.
British constitution, provisions of,

283.
British fleet, in Rhode Island, (G. C.

Mason), 299-325.
British India, example cited, 172.
British occupation of Newport, 1776-

79, 247.
Brookfield, Mass., Theodore Foster

born at, 1752, 111.
Brooks, John, governor of Massachu-

setts, 1818, 130.
Brown, Chad, early settler of Provi-

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