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Governor Bernard returned to England and the duties of his office were assumed by his lieutenant-governor, Hutchinson, - the greatgreat-grandson of that strong-minded woman whom Massachusetts had cast out a century and a quarter earlier, and who was himself destined to be cast out, also. The manner of his expulsion and the violent scenes of which it was a part belongs properly to the revolutionary period of Boston's history, however, rather than to this present volume. We may well enough, therefore, close our book with an order sent by Hutchinson to his London tailor for clothes which he very likely had by him and often wore in the troublous times of the Massacre and the Tea-Party: “ October 6, 1769. To Mr. Peter Leitch: I desire to have you send me a blue cloth waistcoat trimmed with the same colour, lined, the skirts and facings with effigeen, and the body linnen to match the last blue cloath I had from you:— two under waistcoats or camisols of warm swansdown, without sleeves, faced with some cheap silk or shagg. A suit of Cloathes full-trimmed, the cloath something like the enclosed only more of a gray mixture, gold button and hole, but little wadding lined with effigeen. I like a wrought or flowered or embroidered hole, something, though not exactly, like the hole upon the cloaths of which the pattern is enclosed; or, if frogs are worn, I think they look well on the coat; but if it be quite irregular I would have neither one nor the other, but such a hole and button as are worn. I know a laced coat is more the mode but this is too gay for me. A pair of worsted breeches to match the colour, and a pair of black velvet breeches and breeches with leather linings. Let them come by the first ship.

Hutchinson, though fifty-nine, and the head of a contumacious people, evidently had a care to his personal appearance! In other words he possessed the most important qualification of a royal governor in the Brocade Age.

THE END.

INDEX

Adams, Brooks, 165.

Brewster, Margaret, 125, 127,
Adams, Charles Francis, 61. 128.
Adams, John, 340.

Brimmer, Martin, 61.
Adams, Samuel, 349, 357, 358. British Coffee House, 316.
Addington, Joshua, 190. Brocker, William, 247.
Adrianople, 122.

Browne, Kellam, 15.
Albermarle, Duke of, 195, 196. Browne, William, 190.
Amsden, Jacob, 271.

Bunch of Grapes Tavern, 303,
Andros, Sir Edmund, 178, 179, 334.

182, 184, 185, 187, 191, 192, Buckingham, 6, 7.
300.

Buffum, Joshua, 132.
Annesley, Rev. Samuel, 141, Bullivant, Dr., 152, 188.
160, 261.

Burgess, Col. Elisha, 296.
Appleton, William, 61.

Burgoyne, General, 331.
Austin, Ann, 122.

Burnet, William, 303, 305, 306,

334.
Bancroft, George, 61.

Burroughs, Francis, 144.
Barré, Colonel, 358.

Byles, Rev. Mather, 303, 307.
Barrington, Lord, 336.

Bynner, Edwin L., 45, 288.
Belcher, Jonathan, 283, 307,
311.

Cabot, John, 2.
Bellingham, Richard, 123, 265. Cabot, Sebastian, 2.
Bellomont, Earl of, 152, 284, Calvin, John, 57.
291, 292.

Cambridge Agreement, The, 13,
Bennett, 314.

14, 15.
Bernard, Sir Francis, 336-347, Campbell, John, 246, 247.
359.

Carlyle, Thomas, 41.
Blackstone, William, 8, 9, 38, Castle Ísland, 344.
39, 40, 295.

Chamberlain, Rev. N. H., 265.
Boston Common, 295, 314. Champlain, 91.
Boylston, Dr. Zabdiel, 301. Charles I, 12.
Bradford, Gov., 8, 10, 50. Charles IÍ, 85, 134, 174.
Bradstreet, Simon, 135, 137, Charlestown, 37, 52, 206.

145, 175, 189, 258, 262. Cheever, Ezekiel, 167, 168.
Brattle Street Church, 300, 301. Chesterfield, Earl of, 312.
Brattle, Thomas, 300.

Chichester, William, 124.

Christ Church, 328.

Dyer, Mary, 128.
Coddington, 117.
Colbron, William, 15.

Edwards, Rev. Jonathan, 309.
Colman, Benjamin, 301. Eliot, Rev. John, 161, 171.
Columbus, Christopher, 2. Ellis, George E., 304.
Conant, Roger, 11.

Elizabeth, Queen of England,
Cooke, Elisha, 190.

6.
Copeland, John, 136.

Endicott, Gov., 11, 12, 35, 72,
Copley, John Singleton, 316. 99, 129, 130, 178.
Cotton, Rev. John, 40, 41, 43, Essex, Earl of, 6.

55, 67, 95, 111, 112, 113, 115, Everett, Edward, 59, 61.

116, 117, 121, 134, 137, 165.
Cotton, Rowland, 56.

Fairweather, Captain, 191.
Coventry, 257.

Faneuil Hall, 356.
Cradock, Matthew, 12, 13. Faneuil, Peter, 356.
Cromwell, Captain, 105. Fisher, Mary, 122, 123, 125.
Cromwell, Oliver, 78, 79, 80, 81, Fort Lomeron, 92.
82.

Fort La Tour, 92.
Cromwell, Richard, 82, 84, 85. Fort Sewall, 317.
Cutler, Dr. Timothy, 328. Foster, John, 190.

Fountain Inn, 316.
Danforth, Thomas, 190. Fox, George, 136, 137.
Dankers, Jasper, 138.

Frankland, Sir Charles Harry,
D'Aulnay Charnissay, 89, 92, 311-333.

94, 95, 100, 102, 103, 104. Frankland, Sir Thomas, 312,
Daye, Stephen, 223.

319.
Defoe, Daniel, 141.

Franklin, Benjamin, 233, 238,
De Monts, 91.

240, 251.
Dennison, Mrs. Dorothy, 275- Franklin, James, 247, 251
281.

Franklin, Josiah, 237, 240, 254.
Dennison, William, 275. Frothingham, Langdon, 61.
De Razilly, Claude, 92.

Frothingham's "History of
Dorset, Earl of, 58.

Charlestown,” 39.
Douglas, Dr. William, 302.
Drew, John, 331.

Gallop, John, 47.
Dudley, Joseph, 144, 173, 175, Gedney, Bartholomew, 190.

177, 178, 192, 230, 232, 292, George I, 273.
294, 301.

George III, 338.
Dudley, Paul, 265, 267, 268. Gibbons, Capt. Edward, 89,
Dudley, Thomas, 15, 17, 48, 103.
49, 56, 63, 73, 110.

Gilman, Arthur, 306.
Dummer, William, 256, 302, Glover, Rev. Joseph, 222.
308.

Goffe, Deputy, 13.
Dunster, Elizabeth, 222. Goodwin, John, 198.
Dunster, Henry, 120, 207, 222, Gorges, Sir Ferdinando, 1, 6, 7,
223.

11.
“ Dunster's Rules," 208-213. Gorges, Robert, 1, 8, 38, 174.
Dunton, John, 138-164. Governor's Island, 90, 158.
Dyer, G., 299.

Grand Vizier, 122.

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Gray, John Chipman, 61. Johnson, Isaac, 15.
Green Dragon Tavern, 273.
Green, Samuel, 152.

Kidd, Captain, 291.
Greenough, Thomas, 325. King's Chapel, 184, 292, 310,
Greenwich, 6, 7.

311.
Grenville, George, 347.

Knight, Madame, 138.
Gridley, Jeremiah, 341.
Groton, Eng., 24.

Lafayette, 64.

La Tour, Charles, 89-107.
Hale, Rev. Edward Everett, Laud, Archbishop, 13, 66, 182.
272.

Lawrence, Abbott, 61.
Hallam's “ History of Eng- Lawrence, Col. T. B., 62.
land,77.

Leitch, Peter, 359.
Hancock, Dorothy, 326, 357. Leverett, John, 127, 137, 230.
Hancock, John, 349, 357. Ley, Lord James, 69, 70.
Harvard College, 120, 140, 151, Liberty Tree, 339, 350, 358.
186, 205-232, 318.

Lincoln, Countess of, 35, 48.
Harvard, Rev. John, 159, 206. Lodge, Henry Cabot, 176.
Haugh, Atherton, 263.

Long Island Historical Society,
Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 41, 43, 139.

45, 115, 122, 259, 286. Lowell, John Amory, 61.
Haynes, John, 63.

Ludlow, Roger, 51.
Hemans, Mrs., 108.

Lynde, Benjamin, 308.
Henry, Patrick, 344.
Higgins, Mrs. Napier, 344. Marbury, Francis, 111.
Hollis street church, 307. Mather, Rev. Cotton, 38, 151,
Holyoke, Rev. Edward, 318. 167, 168, 170, 171, 185, 192,
Hopkinton (Mass.), 320.

197, 200, 201, 202, 205, 228,
Hull, Capt. John, 234, 258, 262. 270, 301, 302.
Humfry, John, 15, 52.

Mather, Rev. Increase, 151,
Hutchinson, Anne, 68, 110, 166, 167, 168, 185, 192, 196,
111, 114, 117, 118.

205, 222, 224, 227, 261, 274,

297, 302.
Hutchinson, Thomas, 152, 198, Mather, Rev. Richard, 165.

308, 336, 337, 338, 339, 348, Maverick, Samuel, 8, 70.
349, 350, 359.

Medford, 12.
Hutchinson, William, 112. Merry Mount, 10.

Molesworth, Captain Pon-
Indian Meeting-House, 270. sonby, 334.
Ingelow, Jean, 44.

Monk, George, 152.
“Ipswich letter," 99.

Monk, Gen. George, 85.

Moody, Rev. Joshua, 152.
Jackson, Richard, 351.

Morgan, James, 152, 157.
Jamaica Pond, 346.

Morrell, Rev. William, 8, 9.
James I, 7, 65.
James II, 185, 187, 195. Navigation Act, 338.
Jekyl, John, 311.

Nason, Rev. Elias, 312.
Johnson, Lady Arbella, 34, * New England Courant,” 247,
38.

251.

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