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Mayhews, the, 386.
Messengers, from the Dutch plantation, 88, 494-500; courteous replies to

the, 88.
Metacom, or Philip, see Philip.
Miller, Mr. John, 143.
Ministry, carefully provided for (note), 98.
Mitchell, Mr. Jonathan, death and character of, 216-221; called by the

churches in Cambridge and Hartford, 217.
Mohawks, cut off the head of Sasacus, 132.
Monhegans, under Uncas, 132.
Monhiggon, 315.
Mooanam, 141.
Morton, Geo. came in ship Ann, 65; a very pious man, but soon died, 66, 310.
Morton, Mr. Thomas, his wicked conduct, 90-94.
Morton, Nathaniel, his Preface to Bradford's History, 231-233.
Mount Wollaston, Merry Mount, Mount Dagon, 91.
Mullins, William, 37.

N.

Narragansets, sent messengers with threats, 50; at variance with the Pe-

quots, 124; joined with the English, 127; quarrelled with the Monheags,

132; plotting of the, 148, 150.
Nauset, now Eastham, a part of the church removed to, 151.
New diseases, recognized as chastisements for new sins, 161.
Neumkeak, 94.
New England Chronology, by Prince, 287.
New Haven, colony of, began, and church formed, 133.
New Plymouth, persons who laid the foundation of, 465.
Newman, Mr. Samuel, 143; death and character of, 193.
Nicolls, Col. Richard, one of the King's Commissioners, and Governor of

New York, 203, 204.
Norton, Mr. John, notice of, 194; elegy on the death of, 195.

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Officers, of the church, 409-517; the only, 453; each church elects its own,

453.
Oldham, with Lyford, perverse, 73; trial of, 75–77, 311; treatment on his

return, 78; his confession when in danger, 78, 314; went south, and was

killed by the Indians, 79, 125.
Ordination, of lligginson and Skelton, 99; of church officers, 418, 419; the

work of the church, 420, 421, 441.

P..

Paddy, Mr. William, death and character of, 183, 184.
Panieses, men of great courage and wisdom, 488, 490.
Paomet, 304.
Pastors, have no veto power, 416.
Partridge, Mr. Ralph, 143; death and character of, 181–183.
Paragon, a ship with this name set out for Plymouth, 61; "suffered great ex-

tremity at sea, 62.
Patent, granted, note, 110.
Penry, Mr. John, 324, 336.
Pemberton, Mr. John, an opponent, 73.
Pequots, war with the, 123–132 ; great slaughter of the, 128; taken under

the government of the colonies, 132.
Philip, Sachem of Pocanaket and son of Massasoit, 187, 188; signed an

agreement of friendship, 188; war with, 226; slain, 226.
Phillips, Mr. George, began the church at Watertown, 110; pastor there,

442; renounced his call by the prelates in Eng., 442.
Phillips family, 457, 458.
Phillips, John, killed by lightning, 183.
Pierce, Mr. John, in his name the first patent taken, 61.
Pierce, Capt. William, assisted in detecting Lyford and Oldham, 73.
Pierce, James, slain by lightning, 186.
Pilgrim movement, beginning of, 243, 465; devotional sentiment which led

to it, 465.
Pilgrims, reasons for their going to Holland, 245, 246; their departure and

troubles, 247–251; arrived in Holland in 1610, and settling in Holland,
'10, 252; arrived at Cape Cod, Nov., 1620, 21; their reasons for leaving
Holland, 11-13, 258–260; their thoughts of removing to America, 11,
260–262; obtain a patent, 277; their numerous difficulties, 264–278; their
motives in going to America, 24; means they used to prepare for the voy-
age, 263–270; time they lived in Leyden, 14; time of their sailing from
Southampton, 19; troubles that befell them on their voyage, 19, 20; trou-
bles before them, 22; chose a governor, 19; great mortality of the, half
died, 36; sent sixteen men on land to explore, 27; went on shore, on
Plymouth Rock, 36 ; began to erect the first house, 36 ; built a fort, which
served for a meeting-house, 54; planted much corn, 60; in great want by
reason of drought, 61; their prayer for rain answered, 64; their discour-
agements, 66, 67; went to Connecticut River, 116; visited with infectious
fever, and many died, 117; longevity of the, 146, 148, 149; preserved
amid many hardships and trials, 146–148; persecutions of the, 245; re-
sembled the primitive churches, 255; testimony of the Dutch in their
favor, 256 ; their high character founded in their religion, 402; piety of,
436; religious principles of the, 270, 271, 408-410; addressed a letter to
the Church of England, 439.

Pinnace, built at Monamet, 317.
Plague and smallpox among the Indians, 45; great mortality by the, in

London, 81.
Platform, the Savoy, 451.
Plymouth, reasons for the name of, 42; soil upon the bay of, 42; and Mas-

sachusetts united into one Province, 228; state of in 1624, 311; De Ra

siere's description of, 495. Plymouth Church and Colony, founders of, 10, 465–485. Pocanakets, their malignity to the English, 42. Porey, his letter to the Gov., 55, 301. Powaws, their execrations, office and duty of, 45, 487. Power, of the church and elders, 411-418; vested in the church itself, 454. Prince, Mr. Thomas, marriage of, 311 ; chosen Gov., 118, 139, 171, 180, 184,

186, 187, 193, 198, 204, 206, 209; Lieut. Gov., 121. Principles, of Church Order and Discipline, 453, 454; of the Church at

Salem, 460, 461. Propagating the Gospel among the Indians, 159; chief instruments of, 160. Providences, remarkable, 206, 210. Provoking sins, Wilson's view of, 211. Prophecy, the exercise of, 331, 332, 425. Public Worship on shore, Jan. 21, 288. Puritan Separatists, 465–468; became two bodies, 466; met at house of

Brewster, in Scrooby, 466. Puritans, contending against ceremonies, 237–242; reason for the name,

239 ; became two churches, 244; difference between Puritans and Separatists, 342; sufferings of, 343, 344, 445, 446.

Q.

Quakers, 177, 184, 185.

R.

Rasdale, Mr., 90.
Rasiere, an ambassador from the Dutch, 319; his letter describing Plymouth,

495.
Rayner, Mr., 432.
Rayner, Mr. John, 143.
Rochester, Robert, fined £20, for causes ecclesiastical, 485.
Robbins, Rev. Chandler, pastor of Plymouth Church, 435.
Robinson, John, pastor of the Pilgrims, 10, 403, 405; parting letter of, 15–19;

hindered from coming to New England, 82; intelligence of his death, 82; Bradford's testimony of, 83; removal of his wife and children, 83 ; White's letter and others, concerning death of, 84, 85; mutual love and respect of, and his flock, 254; disputes with Episcopius, 256; letter of, to Sir Edwin Sandys, 267-269; to Sir John Worsingham, 269-271; to John Carver,

on parting, 283; his concern about the savages being killed, 309; his
answer to Bernard, 338, 406; character of, 353 ; his views of church pol-
ity, 403, 445; persecution of, 404; Catholic and yet decided spirit of,
407, 408; religious principles of, 408–410; his early residence and gene-

alogy, 478-481.
Rose, wife of Capt. Standish, died, 288.
Rosier, Mr. Isaac de, 88. See Rasiere.
Ruling Elder, the last, 416-418.

S.

Sachems, office of, 489.
Salem, church formed at, 97.
Samoset, came and spoke with the Pilgrims, 39; told them of the country,

39; came again and told of Massasoit, 39.
Sassacus, the Pequot Sachem, 129, 132; his head cut off, 132. •
Sassamon, slain for revealing Philip's designs, 188, note.
Satan, stratagems against the church, 235,237.
Saunders, John, chief over Weston's men, 56.
Savages, two seen from the ship, 288.
Scrooby, the residence of Brewster, 245, 466-468; the seat and centre of

community afterwards at Plymouth, 467.
Separation, a provoking sin, 211.
Separatists, 329, 356; a Puritan, but the Puritan not necessarily a Separa-

tist, 468, 469; time when they came into a Congregational Church, 477,

478.
Settlements in several places began, 70.
Sheffield, Lord, grants a patent, 71.
Shepard, Mr. Thomas, death and character of, 159.
Shepard, Mr. Samuel, death and notice of, 216.
Shirtliff and others killed by lightning, 206.
Sickness, great at Charlestown, 108; at Plymouth, 117; among the Indians,

118; at Boston, 161.
Shallops, two, cast away, 123.
Smallpox, 207.
Smith, Mr. Ralph, 102; Mr. John, the Lee Baptist, 102 ; Mr. John, one of

the two churches of the Puritans, 244, 352, 469 ; Sir Thomas, 273.
Speedwell, ship bought, 14; returned to London, 20.
Ships, came from England to Naumkeak, 94; to Salem, 97; a fleet often

came to Salem and Charlestown, 108.
Ship, lost, in which was Thomas Mayhew, and others, 179, 180.
Skelton, Mr., came with Higginson in 1629, 97; chosen pastor at Salem, 97;

ordination of, 99 ; death and burial of, 102.
Squanto, surprised by Corbitant, 48, 50, 51; manages the Indians, 52; double

dealing of, 52; desired the Gov. to pray for him, 56 ; died at Mannomoik,
56, 302.

Southworth, Lieut. Thomas, 162.
Sowans, dwelling-place of Massasoit, now Warren, R. I., 40.
Starsmore, Sabin, his letter to Mr. Carver, 276.
Standish, Capt. Miles, sent to find Squanto, 49; aids Weston's people, 59;

goes to Mattachiest, 303; went to England as agent, 81; his arrival home
from England, 82; assistant Governor, 115, 118, 121 ; death and character
of, 170; goes to look for the natives, 287; other deeds of, 304-307, 313,

314.
Stone, Mr. Samuel, came with Cotton and Hooker, 118; notice of the death

and character of, 196; lines on his death, 197, 198.
Stone, Capt., a bad man, killed by the Indians, 119, 120.
Storm, violent, of wind and rain destroying houses and corn, 121, 122.
Strange sights appeared, 210.
Street, Mr. Nicholas, 143.
Stuyvesant, Gov., surrendered New Amsterdam, 202.
Synods, 330.

T.

Tackanash, Indian teacher, 385.
Thanksgiving, to God for preservation on the voyage, 22, 23; for success in

vanquishing the Indians, 33; proposed by Gov. Winthrop, 113.
Thatcher, Mr., saved in the great storm, 122.
Thatcher, Rev. Thomas, first pastor of Old uth Church, 122.
Thomas, Mr. William, assistant Governor, 144, 153, 161; death and charac-

ter of, 162.
Thompson, Mr. William, death, and notice of, 209; answer to prayers in his

behalf, 209; Mr. David, 315.
Tobacco, the Indians regard as odious for boys to take, 490.
Towns, on Connecticut River began, 123.
Treat, Mr. Samuel, 388–399.
Tupper, Mr. Thomas, character and labor of, 382.
Turkish man-of-war, 313.

V.

Vane, Gov. of Conn., writes to Gov. at Plymouth, 126.
Vaughan, Dr., on Congregationalism, 401; address of, 448.

W.

Wampampeag, 88.
War, between the English and the Pequots, 123; between the English and

Philip, 226.
Warren, Mr. Richard, 89.
Wareham, Mr., 110, 111, 442.
Webster, Daniel, extract from his address, 436, 437.

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