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Menemsha bite. jii. 45.
Miami river. ii. 7.
Miamis indians. ii. 6. 7. and the
their language, number and resi- tentive to agriculture ; their number
and annuity. 7. 12.
Miantonemo, sachem of the narragan-
sets. iv. 42. or mecumel, comes
majesty's fleet in distress at caribbee the english; character and de-
signs. vi. 446. 447. appears at
chusetts people that his intentions
cas and is defeated. 450. is cap-
tured and put to death. 451. with
the consent of the commissioners of
with canonicus, quarrels with ou-
parish of haverhill and plaistow. ton about gorton's affairs.. vi. 404.
cumeh, kindly treated at boston;
P. 64. 65. or mexanimo, troops
136. joins capt. mason against the
pequots. 122. 136. 148. ix. 182.
rough, new hampshire. viii. 177. to death by uncas. 202. a friend
76. 121. v. 17. vii. 18. 66. x. 72. Michigan lake. ii. 10. 11.
Mickasew, its meaning. iv. 275.
ii. 261. ii. 169. vii. 142. cider.
alluvial soil. 125. 126. mills and
manufactories. 127. marble manu-
try and minerals. 131. iron ore.
133. facilities for manufacturing
copperas. “ 134.
tility of soil. 137. price of wood
and of wheat at; fruit trees. 138.
plants, with their botanical names.
146, et seq.
Middlebury river. ix. 123.
Middle ground shoal. iii. 45.
Middle pond. iii. 118.
Middletown, new hampshire, descrip-
tion of. iii. 120. incorporation.
121. schools, professional men and Millford, connecticut, settled. vi.
Mills, samuel-j. missionary to indians.
Miltimore, rev. William, of falmouth,
Milton hills. iy. 270.
Mineral substances, mode of collect-
of assistants. vii. P. 32. 34. cho- Minetares indians, their residence
vi. 396. 400. tax for the support
dermassachusetts government ; manner of supporting them. vi.
about books opposed to congrega-
council; their resolves. vi. 387.
ton, petitions to be incorporated ; 1767. iv. 78. of massachusetts,
Ministers of boston, their opinion con-
have power of life and limb. v. 164, agree to send clergymen to virginia,
shire. x. 54.
Ministry, a learned, opposed and de-
to go to virginia, and declines. vi. Minks. iii. 2.
says the people of Minot, john, his letter to gov. shute
Minoway-kautong indians, or gens de
lai, their residence and numbers.
Mirrick, james. viii. 106.
Mishawumut, its meaning. x. 174.
of the first bap- Miskenomge, its meaning. iii. 182.
lating to. vii. 91.
Misquitucket. iii. 175.
Mocquages indians. vii. 81.
158. ii. 206. among indians. 48. Mogg, a mischievous indian, killed by
Mohegan indians, friendly to the en-
son's river. v. 33. their place of
residence. viii. 123. ix. 201. at
war with the narragansets. 201.
wards's observations on, with an ad-
vertisement by j. pickering, esq. x.
81, et seq.
(And see index, x. 155.
158.) errours in, corrected. 83.
Mohegon, or hudson's river. ix. 99.
Mohootset pond. iv. 272. meaning
Mohawk indians. ii. 6. iy. 130. or
his character. i. 205. arrives. english. v. 33. 34. vi. 629. their
ix. 236. language.
Mompesson, sir giles, a patentee of
new england. v. 217.
Monamoiet, or chatham. iv. 228.
Monchauset. iv. 265.
Monchisses, its meaning. iv. 265.
(xi.) ii. 274.
v. 105. vi. 532.sir f. gorges has
of pembroke, a plantation at. ix. 85. mutineers
left by capt. rocraft stay a winter
Monimet, or back river.
Monk, george, innholder at boston,
notice of. ii. 103.
Monk's hill. jii. 163. 204.
Monponset, now halifax, massachu-
setts. iji. 164.
Monponset pond. iii. 164. vii. 157.
Montague's prairie. ii. 40.
Montezuma. y. 27.
Montgomery, general. ii. 237. 238.
takes montreal; arrives at quebec,
238. 329. attacks quebec. 243. Morrell, goodman. viii. 233.
More's forge. vii. 172.
executed. ii. 102.
Morgan, captain. ii. 230. 234. 236.
mery. ii. 238. earthquake at. iv. Moria river. ii. 42.
referred to. ii. 97.
Morrice, william. vi. 562. secretary
viii. 76. 79.81 109.
Morrill, rev. moses, of biddeford. iv.
Morrill, rev. robie, of boscawen.
Morrill, joseph, of biddeford, his do-
letter from father ralle. viii. 258. from massachusetts. viii. 234.
Morrison, john. x. 176.
at canton, viii. 167.
Morse, rev. dr. j. his new year's ser-
mons referred to. ii. 169. 171. 173.
Morse, leonard. iv. 179.
Morse, samuel f. b. ii. 178.
Mortality of pilgrims. i. (xxii.)
notice of difficulties with his peo- Morton, george. v. 82. 83.
ii. 90. iv. 35. a master of misrule.
ates disturbances at mount wollas-
as a culprit; writes against new
indian method of taking, at mount 104. trial and punishment of. 137.
141. complains of massachusetts
colony to the king. 145. his rail-
ing letter to gov. Winthrop. 169.
brought before the court. vi. 427.
tend the churches of new england. ple. 428. imprisoned and fined ;
sent prisoner to england; his letters
opened by the government of mas- indian method of taking moose at,
Mount wollaston. iii. 285.
Mountain hill. iii. 179.
i. 158. of charlestown, his publica- and number. ii. 44.
merchant adventurers. 29..
Mourt's relation of the beginning of
the plantation of plymouth. ix. 26,
parts left out from the
chusetts historical collections, first
series, are restored.
34, et seq.
a copy of, in the city library at phi-
ladelphia, of which a transcript is
ponceau. 26. quoted. jii. 183.
28. 29. 73.
by canonicus to roger williams. jx. Mover, william. viii. 107.
Moxon, rev. of springfield,
ther requesting advice, books, &c. Mr. stricken from a man's name by
Muddy river. ii. 141. incorporated
a puritan. vii. P. by the name of brookline. 145.
iï. 203. 284. 285. iv. 101. vii.
Mud island. viii. 174.
Muhhekaneew. See mohegan.
i. 103. supposed to have been con- congress. viii. 316.
Mulberries. i. (xxi.)
first settlers at plymouth. ix. 35.
Munhiggen. See monhegan.
Munroe, robert. viii. 46.
v. 15. viii. 115. the french dis- Munroe, ebenezer. viii. 46.