v. 238. rev, Wompatuck, josiah, sachem of matta. | Woodward, mary, her gift of church plate to brookline. ii. 154. of nantucket. iii. 35. See wam- Woodworth, benjamin. iv. 229. Woollen cloth ordered by general factured. viii. 231. or massasoit, chief or ousamequin. vii. 140. x. 175. trumbull about new haven. ii. 217. Worcester, noah. iii. 108. 112. new hampshire. iii. 108. 112. viii. Worcester turnpike. i. 180. to. vii. 178. x. 73. in 1632. vii. P. 65. Wormskild, a danish naturalist iv. grist mill at middlebury, vermont. Worstenhouse, sir john, one of the virginia company. v. 47. Worth, iii. 66. vii. 18. Wrifford, iv. 89. v. 121. viii. 97. pinnace blown up. v. 195. vii. P. 62. Wright, iv. 284. Wroth, sir thomas, a patentee of new england. v. 217. Wuckan. ii. 10. Wuttatash, its meaning.- x. 174. sion to receive an annuity from united states. 4. iv. 68. york. vi. 596. david. ii. 178. W Wyer, ac- 66 Wyman, capt, nehemiah. ii. 180. 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Vol. I. p. 81. 1. 9. read Strawberry Vol. IV. p. 14. 1. 15. for LXI. r. Bank, and Nathaniel Rodgers. p. 87. XLII. p. 85. Note, l. 4. from b. r. 1. 6. from bottom, r. Lankton. p. Reyner. p. 90. in the list of school92. 1. 17. for M. r. At. p. 94. 1. 7. masters, after 1713, add as followsfor How's, r. Howe's. p. 95. I. 4. r. 1717 Samuel Osborn Tracy. p. 108. 1. 24. r. Gelston. 18 Ichabod Wisuall p. 170. 1. 9. strike out the comma 19 Nathan Prince after Morton, and insert it after days. 21 Edward Jackson r. children. p. 171. 1. 13. for towards, 30 Isaac Lothrop, jun. 1. touching. p. 174. 1. 19. for primer, r. firmer. p. 181. 1. 14. for 1400, r. 33 Joseph Kent 14000. p. 91. Note, 1. 10. from b. r. Rickard. p. 95. Note, 1. 4. from. b. for time, r. Vol. II. p. 107. 1. 4. from b. for 1630, townl. p. 98. 1. 21. r. Ezcholz. p. r. 1636. p. 281. I. 14. from b. for 103, 1. 2. from b. for addition, r. ediFebruary, r. June. tion. p. 149. 1. 4. from b. for the late President Willard. Rev. Joseph Vol. III. p. 32. 1. 11. r. there are. Willard, afterwards settled at Box173. 1. 27. for the, r. we. p. 243. boro'. p. 155. 1. 7. from b. for 1630. last, for Army, r. America. r. 1631. p. 157. 1. 4. from. b. for r. Morris, r. Norris. p. 235. beginning conceive. p. 502. 1. last, for had, r. at l. 12. from b. read as follows- held. p. 503. 1. 23. for vanity, r. daRev. William Wetherell, Sept. 1645, riety: P: 504. 1. 5, for our, ř., your, died 9 April, 1684. p. 505. 1. 5. for despised, r. dashed. Thomas Mighill , 15 Oct. 1684, p. 506. 1. 5. for difference, r. distance. died 26 Auy. 1689. p. 509. I. 3, for next neighbours, 1. Deodat Lawson, Nov. 1694, humble request. p. 648. 1, 7. from b. just rights. p. 531. 1. 9. from b. r. dismissed Sept. 1698. for 1676. r. 1670. There are many p. 240. 1. 7. from b. and. p. 247. 1. 4. other errours, of names and dates, in from b. for Willis, r. Wills. p. 251. Hubbard's History ; but they are Note, 1. 3. from b. for Charles' Neck, omitted, because it may be they were 1. Great Neck. p. 252. 1. 23. for 8000 in his original manuscript, as well as r. 3000. P. 253. 1. 2. r. Ram Island, in the copy, from which our impresp. 255. Note, r. Richard Sparrow. sion was taken. p. 264. 1. 25. r. Sept. 23. p. 267. !. 3. from b. r. pertained. p. 208. I. Vol. VII. p. 117. Note, 1. 4. from b. 20. for three, r. there. p. 274. 1. 6. for Marshfield, r. Mansfield. p. 119. from b. r. north-east. p. 275. 1. 7. r. 1. 18. for Pembroke, r. Hanover. p. Aunkuck. p. 277. 1. 2. for Burrows, 138. 1. 11. for Frisk, r. Irish. r. Barrows. 1. ll. from b. r. to Tiverton. p. 284. 1. 15. for was, r. were. Vol. VIII. p. 182. 1. 6. and 7. p. 208. I. 12. for the Vineyard, r. Daniel Smith and Nathaniel Clarke Harwich. p. 290. l. 4. for families, were of Plymouth colony. r. houses. p. 292. 1. 1. for Wantoo, r. Wuttoo. 1. 2. from b. for Rowland, Vol. IX. p. 61. 1. 2. from b. of the r. Roland. text, for othus r. others, and erase the In Eliot's Grammar, Notes, Vol. V. p. 111. 1. 2. for Perise, r. p. xix. 1. 9. for Nacama, r. Nekama. Peirse ; so Hubbard spells Peirce. p. xxiii. I. 4. from b. for conjunction, p. 129. 1. 7. for argued, r. agreed. r. adverb. p. xxvii. 1. 14. for I abtschi, i. 14. for mariners, r. masters. P. r. Tabtschi. p. xxxv. I. 6. from the 138. I. 18. for Garn, r. Garrett. p. b. in the text, for getannellowitall, r. 241. 1. 2. for aboard, r. abroad. p. 245. getanittowitall. p. xl. 1. 24. for to 1. 2. for Fochead, r. Forrett. p. 248. I. honour, r. to be honoured. I. 8. from 11. for F. P. r. E. P. i. e. Edward b. for awemens, r. amemens. Palmer. 1. 27. for meal, s. meat. Vol. VI. p. 322. 1. 1. walt? crank. p. 323. 1. 9. for Dead, r. Red. p. 337. l. 7. and p. 243. 1. 10. and 26. Other Errours are noted in Vol. I. for Eason, r. Easton. p. 370. I. 8. back of Table of Contents. Vol. II. for coaction, r. coercion. p. 388. 1. 2. back of Title Page. Vol. III, back for transient, r. transcendent. p. 394. of Table of Contents. Vol. IV. p. 1. 2. for free, r. true. 1. 4. for nine, 74. 302. Vol. VIII. p. 328. Vol. IX. r. four. p. 399. 1. 7. for caution, r. Iback of Table of Contents. note. |