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Johnson, Isaac, 14, 15.

Leete, William, Gov., controversy
Johnson, Nathaniel, Capt., 255.

with Connecticut, 176-182;
Johnson, Samuel, Pres., 137, 142, 150, tioned, 171, 172, 254, 255, 257.

152, 153, 156, 192, 228, 255. Leigh, Benjamin Watkins, 111.
Johnson, Samuel W., Prof., 85. Lello, Sir Henry, 16.
Johnson, William Samuel, Pres., 50, Leverett, John, Pres., 189.
153, 154, 281.

Levingston, Mr., 198.
Jones, William, 29.

Liebig, Justus von, 81.
Joshua, Indian chief, 126.

Lincoln, Abraham, Pres., 119.
Judd, Jonathan, 224.

Lindsley, Dr. Charles A., 22.
Judd, Samuel, 224.

Linonian Society, the, 296.
Judd, William, 224.

Littlejohn, Abram N., Bishop, 149.
Kane, Barnard, Capt., 224.

Lloyd, George, Bishop, 12.
Kellogg, Ezra, 224.

Locke, John, 134.
Kellond, Thomas, 172.

Lockwood, Rev. James, 193.
Kent, James, 48.

Loder, Jacob, 225.
Ketchum, Morris, 77.

Lodge, Henry Cabot, Senator, 254.
Kimberly, Dennis, Gen., 115.

Louis XIV., King, 134, 220.
Kimberly, Eliazur, 35.

Louisbourg, expedition against, 204-
Kingston, the Dukes and Earls of, 206.

see Pierrepont, Evelyn, Henry, and Lowe, Sir Hudson, 67.
Robert.

Loyalists, see Redding Association;
Kirchhoff, Gustav Robert, 88.

also pp. 306-327.
Kirk, Thomas, 172.

Lynde, Nathaniel, 126, 132, 134, 136.
Kirtland, Isaac, Capt., 308, 326. Lyon, Aaron, 225.
Knap, Roger, 164.

Lyon, Abagail, 228.
Knapp, David, 224, 228.

Lyon, Daniel, Lieut., 225, 228.
Knapp, Jonathan, 224.

Lyon, Ebenezer, 225.
Knapp, Moses, 224.

Lyon, Eli, 225.
Knight, Ezekiel, 27.

Lyon, Ezekiel, 225.
Knight, Jonathan, Prof., 85.

Lyon, Gershom, 225.
Lacy, Stephen, 224.

Lyon, Jabez, 225.
Lafayette, the Marquis, 323.

Lyon, John, 225, 232.
Lamberton, George, Capt., 164. Lyon, Jonathan, 225.
Lane, Andrew, 224.

Lyon, Joseph, 225.
Lathrop, Rev. John, 18.

Lyon, Moses, 234.'
Laud, William, Archbishop, 18. Lyon, Peter, Lieut., 225, 232.
Launce, Mary, 24.

Lyon, Reuben, 225.
Law, Jonathan, Gov., 207, 209, 210. Lyon, Thomas, 225.
Leaming, Rev. Jeremiah, 321.

Lyon, William, 295.
Lee, Charles, Gen., 312.

Macaulay, Thomas Babington (Lord),
Lee, Enos, 224, 228.

277.
Lee, John, 224.

McCoy, Captain, 111.
Lee, Nathan, 224.

McDuffie, George, Gov., 110, 115.
Lee, Nathaniel, 224.

McNeil, Charles, 225.
Lee, Silas, 224.

McNeil, Neil, 225.
Lee, William, 224.

Mallory, Daniel, 228.

170;

Mallory, John, 225.

Morehouse, John, 225.
Mallory, Jonathan, 225.

Morgan, Rev. Allen C., 143, 144.
Mallory, Nathan, 225.

Morgan, ,James, Capt., 225, 228.
Mansfield, John, Lieut., 323.

Morris, Rev. Theophilus, 200.
Manvers, Earl, see Meadows, Charles. Munger, Simeon, 225.
Marble, Rev. Dr., 235.

Munson, Thomas, 225.
Marett, Philip, 157.

Napoleon, possible rescue of, 67.
Marlborough (John Churchill), Duke Nash, Thomas H., Capt., 227.
of, 134.

Newark, founded, 186.
Marr, Earl of, 264.

Newbern, 69, 108, 113.
Martin, John, Gen., 319.

Newcastle, Duke of, 206, 207, 209.
Mason, John, Capt., 123, 180. New Cheshire, 300.
Mather, Rev. Azariah, 140.

New Haven, early misfortunes, 162-
Mather, Rev. Cotton, connection with

the Phantom Ship, 163, 168,
Yale, 35; quoted or cited, 5-9, 16, 169; claims on the Delaware, 164,
22, 23, 127.

165; lack of a charter, 165; efforts
Mather, Rev. Increase, 35.

to secure one, 165-169; discourage-
Mather, Rev. Samuel, 39, 131.

ment, 169, 170; conduct towards
Matthews, Rev. Edmund, 144.

the regicides, 170-173; theocracy,
Matthews, Jane M., 144.

173; Connecticut seeks a charter,
Mead, Rev. William Cooper, 149. New Haven's efforts, 175-177; the
Meadows, Charles, Duke of Kingston, controversy with Connecticut, 177-
259, 283, 285, 286.

186; what might have been, 186,
Meeker, Ephraim, 225.

187.
Meeker, Jonathan, 225.

Newington, 194, 195, 200, 206.
Meriden, early history of, 297-301, Newman, Henry, 272.

name, 299, 300; beginnings of St. Newton, Sir Isaac, 134.
Andrew's Church in, 319.

Nichols, William, 230.
Miles, John, 230.

Nicholson, Sir Francis, 264.
Milford, settled, 21.

North, Frederick, Lord, 222.
Milledge, Rev. John, 231.

Norton, Asa, 225.
Milledge, Stephen, 231.

Norton, John P., Prof., 80, 81, 85.
Miner, William Roe, 292, 293.

Noyes, Rev. James, 35, 39, 41, 43, 51,
Mix, Elizabeth, 226.

130, 133, 139.
Mix, Stephen, 230.

Noyes, Rev. Joseph, 139.
Mobile, Nullifiers in, 110, 111; men- Nullifiers, the, in Mobile, 110, 111.
tioned, 70-74, 77, 93, 118.

Olmstead, Nathan, 225.
Molette, W. P., 112.

Osborn, Samuel, 325.
Montagu, Captain, 273.

Palfrey, John Gorham, cited, 6, 7.
Montagu, Edward Wortley, 263, 264. Palmer, Eliakim, 209, 210, 273, 274.
Montagu, George, 278.

Parke, Robert, 19.
Montagu, Lady, 263, 264, 273.

Partner, Colonel, 108.
Montowese, Indian chief, 298. Partridge, Richard, 210, 275.
More, Sir Thomas, 19.

Patchen, Andrew, 225.
Morehouse, Abagail, 228.

Patchen, Asael, 225.
Morehouse, Daniel, 225.

Peck, Ephraim, 233.
Morehouse, Gershom, 228.

Peck, Joseph, 233.

Pepperrell, Sir William, 205. Pierrepont, Mary (Lady Montagu),
Percy, Ezra, 225.

263, 264.
Peter, Rev. Thomas, 125.

Pierrepont, Sir Robert, the Invader,
Peters, Rev. Samuel, 120, 222, 317. 259.
Phelps, Anson G., 77.

Pierrepont, Sir Robert (Earl of
Phinny, Sarah, 228.

Kingston), 260, 261.
Pickens, Israel, Gov., 112.

Pierrepont, Robert, of Roxbury, 285,
Pickens, Samuel, 112.

286.
Pickett, John, 225.

Pierrepont, Robert, Jr., 285, 286.
Pickett, Lewis, 225.

Pierrepont, William, 260, 261, 263,
Pickett, Nathaniel, 225.

286.
Pierpont, see Pierrepont.

Pierson, Rev. Abraham, of Branford,
Pierrepont, Benjamin, 286.

30.
Pierrepont (Kingston) Claim, the, Pierson, Abraham, Rector of Yale
258-287.

College, 39, 52-54, 130, 132, 134-138.
Pierrepont, Ebenezer, 262, 270. Pitkin, William, 215, 216.
Pierrepont, Edwards, Hon., 287. Platt, Abel, 225.
Pierrepont, Sir Evelyn (Earl and Platt, Hezekiah, 225, 228.

first Duke of Kingston), 263-272. Platt, Isaac, 225.
Pierrepont, Sir Evelyn (second Duke Platt, Jarvis, 227.
of Kingston), 272-283.

Platt, Joseph, 225.
Pierrepont, Evelyn, of New Haven, Platt, Josiah, 225.
281, 285, 286.

Platt, Obadiah, 225.
Pierrepont, Frances, 264.

Platt, Timothy, 225.
Pierrepont, Sir George, 260.

Platform, the Saybrook, see Saybrook.
Pierrepont, Gervase, 260.

Porter, John Addison, Prof., 81, 82,
Pierrepont, Sir Henry, 259, 260, 263.

85, 86.
Pierrepont, Sir Henry (Earl of King- Porter, Mrs. John Addison, 66, 81.
ston), 261.

Porter, Noah, Pres., 237.
Pierrepont, Henry E., 258.

Potter, Jared, Dr., 316, 317.
Pierrepont, Sir Hugh de, 259.

Potter, Mrs. Jared, 316, 317.
Pierrepont, James, of Derbyshire and Putnam, Israel, Gen., 227, 229, 230.
Roxbury, 260, 271.

Pynchon, Joseph, 231, 241.
Pierrepont, Rev. James, of New Pynchon, William, 123.

Haven, relations to Yale College, Railroad, the “Canal,” 75, 76, 78, 98.
35, 39, 40, 43, 62, 130-133, 138; the Railroad, the Galena & Chicago Union,

Kingston claim, 262-268, 270, 271. 78.
Pierrepont, James, Jr., of New Railroad, the Michigan Central, 78.

Haven, the Claimant, 267-287. Railroad, the Michigan Southern, 78,
Pierrepont, John, of Roxbury, 260- 79.
262, 270.

Railroad, the New York & New Haven,
Pierrepont, John, Jr., of Roxbury, 76-78.

the “Marplot,” 262, 270-272, 285. Railroad, the Rock Island, 96.
Pierrepont, John, of New Haven, 268. Railroad, the Rock Island & La
Pierrepont, Rev. John, of Medford, Salle, 79.
258.

Raymond, Silas, 226.
Pierrepont, Margaret, 261.

Raymond, White, 226.

Read, Daniel, 232.

Seelye, Nehemiah, 227, 234.
Read, Zalmon, 228.

Seelye, Robert, 234.
Redding, 218-236.

Senex, John, 198.
Redding Association of Loyalists, Sewall, Samuel, Judge, 35, 36, 40, 42.

purpose, 223; list of members, 224- Seymour, John, 227.
227.

Shaylor, Joseph, Lieut., 323.
Regicides, the, 170-173.

Sheaffe, Dorothy (Mrs. Whitfield),
Remington, Jonathan, 189.

241.
Rhett, Robert B., 115.

Sheaffe, Joanna, 241.
Robbins, Rev. Chandler, 292.

Sheffield, Joseph Earl, parentage and
Robbins, Ephraim, 226.

birth, 66; traits, 68; divisions
Robinson, Beverly, 227.

of his life, 68; in business in the
Rogers, James, 228.

South, 69-75, 108-11l; marriage,
Rosewell, Sir Henry, 13.

71; views on commerce, 73, 74, 83;
Rossiter, Bray, 173, 182.

removes to New Haven, 74, 75, 112;
Rowe, Nathaniel, 24.

engaged on Farmington Canal, 75,
Rowell, James, 226.

76; connection with Henry Far-
Rowland, Israel, 226.

nam, 75-80, 96-99; the Canal Rail-
Ruggles, Rev. Thomas, Jr., 238, 239. road, 75, 76, 78; the New York
Russel, Rev. Noadiah, 40, 55, 62, 63. and New Haven Railroad, 76-78;
Russel, Rev. Samuel, 39, 40.

in Western railroading, 78-80, 96-
Russell, Rev. William, 194.

99; interest in the Sheffield Scien-
Roy, Joseph E., 93.

tific School, 80-90; school named for
Sabine, Lorenzo, quoted, 227, 231. him, 85, 86; plans for Yale, 83,
Salmon, Dr., 264, 266.

84; gifts, 81, 82, 85-87, 90, 91;
Saltonstall, Gurdon, Gov., 133, 139, religious attitude, 90; interest in
194, 255, 268, 270, 271.

Trinity College, 90; political views,
Saltonstall, Sir Richard, 13, 14, 15. 91-94, 99-102; slaves, 112; auto-
Sanford, Easter, 234.

biography, 108-119; death, 95.
Sanford, Ebenezer, 234.

Sheffield, Josephine E., 81.
Sanford, Ephraim, 226, 232.

Sheffield, Lieutenant, 66-68.
Sanford, Hezekiah, 228.

Sheffield, Paul King, 66.
Sanford, James, 226, 233.

Sheffield, Robert, 66.
Sanford, John, 226.

Sheffield Scientific School, 69, 76, 80-
Sanford, Philo, 231.

90.
Sanford, Seth, 228.

Shelton, Hannah, 305.
Say and Seale (William Fiennes), Sherman, Benoni, 234.
Viscount, 122.

Sherman, Daniel, 234.
Saybrook, early history of, 120-126; Sherman, Rev. John, 24.

the Andros episode, 126; Yale Col. Sherman, Roger, Hon., 154, 187.
lege at, 126, 127, 129-140, 190-192; Sherman, Samuel, 234.

the “Saybrook Platform,” 128. Sherman, William, 234.
Schuyler, Robert, 77.

Sherwood, John, 227.
Scott, Elizabeth, 212-217.

Sherwood, Rev. Reuben, 143.
Scott, Rev. Thomas, 212, 213. Ship, the Phantom, 163.
Seabury, Samuel, Bishop, 154-156. Shirley, William, Gov., 205-210, 274.
Sedgwick, Theodore, Senator, 290. Silliman, Benjamin, Prof., 69, 80, 115.

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Silliman, Gold Sellick, Gen., 228, 229. 1 Treat, Lieut. Gov., 139.
Simcoe, John Graves, Col., 228. Trinity Church, New Haven, 91.
Simpson, W. V., 113.

Trinity College, Hartford, 60, 82, 90,
Skidmore, Thomas,, 234.

143, 147, 150.
Smibert, John, 196.

Trowbridge, Henry, 77.
Smith, Samuel, Tutor, 191, 192. Trumbull, Rev. Benjamin, Historian,
Smith, William, Judge, 216.

quoted, 47, 50, 122, 197, 202; men-
South, Rev. Robert, 134.

tioned, 317.
Spencer, Herbert, 88.

Trumbull, Jonathan, Gov., 205, 316,
Sprague, Rev. William B., quoted, 317.
193.

Tryon, William, Gen., 223, 229.
Spurstowe, 14.

Turner, Jeremiah, 232, 234.
St. Helena, island of, 67.

Turner, Miller, 232.
St. John, John T., 71.

Turner, Nathaniel, 232.
St. John, Maria, 71.

Turner, Samuel, 234.
St. John, Samuel, 71.

Turney, David, 227.
Stanley, George W., 303.

Turney, Thomas, 227.
Stanley, John, 108, 110.

Twining, Alexander C., Prof., 77, 80.
Staples, Seth P., 75.

Tyler, Daniel, 315.
Stebbins, Ephraim, 232.

Uncle Tom's Cabin, 116, 117.
Steele, Sir Richard, 134.

Upham, Charles W., 231.
Stensstruyr, Dr. Johannes, 9.

Vanderbilt, Cornelius, 77.
Stiles, Ezra, Pres., 22, 127, 131, 189, Vanderbilt, Frederick W., 84.

193, 195, 196, 201, 213, 299, 316. Van Horne, Sir William, 325.
Stokes, Rev. Anson Phelps, Jr., 268. Venn, John, Captain, 14.
Stone, Rev. Samuel, 123.

Wadsworth, James, Col., 322.
Street, Rev. Nicholas, 182.

Wallace, Alfred Russell, 87.
Street, Rev. Samuel, of Wallingford, Wallingford, early history of, 298-
298.

first Episcopal Church in,
Strong, Nehemiah, 232.

304, 305; ship building in, 308;
Sturgis, Benjamin, 227.

revolutionary measures in, 309-322;
Sturgis, Ebenezer, 227.

Washington in, 311-313; patriots
Swift, Jonathan, 134.

in, 322, 323.
Tait, Charles, Senator, 112.

Walpole, Horace, 276, 277, 278.
Talcott, Joseph, Gov., 302.

Ward, Ambrose, 303.
Talcott, Samuel, Col., 210.

Ward, Andrew, 303.
Tappan, Arthur, 115.

Ward, Content, 304.
Taylor, Preserved, 232.

Ward, Macock, Capt., 302, 304, 306,
Thackeray, William Makepeace, 276. 326.
Thorne, Peter, 227.,

Warren, Sir Peter, 207.
Thorp, Mabel, 66.

Warwick, Robert Dudley, Earl of,
Thorp, Walter, Captain, 66.

122.
Todd, Charles Burr, 224, 229. Washington, George, Pres., 228, 311.
Tomlinson, Isaac, 326.

313, 317.
Thompson, Robert, Major, 241, 242. Washington, Colonel, 109, 110.
Townsend, Isaac H., 75.

Waterman, Rev. Simon, 306, 312, 313.
Townsend, John, 77.

Watts, Rev. Isaac, 197, 198.

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