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rge for the new company of the old station at Naumkeag. Called by the natives Naemkecke, by our Roy Hubbard, 1680. and the place took the name of Salem, the Hebrew name for peaceful. Palfrey. All sail in the early part of May, and arrived at Salem in June, the rest of the fleet soon following.n wrote: When we came first to Neihum-kek, Naumkeag. we found about halfe a score Houses, and a f of them are settled at Neihum-kek, now called Salem; and the rest have Planted themselves at Masat On the 12th of June the Arbella arrived at Salem, the Jewell on the 13th, and several other vesnd out a place for our sitting down, for Salem, where wee landed, pleased vs not. And to thatbury, others vppon the riuer of Sawgus between Salem and Charlestowne. And the westerne men four miThere were indeed some English at Plymouth and Salem, and some few at Charlestown, who were very de Assistants complaint against John Endicott of Salem, for mutilating the ensign, by cutting out wit[5 more...]
miral of Winthrop's fleet, 12 n. 3; arrives at Salem, 13. Architecture, Puritan, 75. Arms and a. 1. Bradford, Governor of Plymouth, visits Salem, 11; gives right hand of fellowship to church,3, 34, 62; first settled by a small party from Salem, 10; under orders, 38; plantation at, 11, 15. urch, First, in Massachusetts Bay organized at Salem, 12. Church organized at Watertown by Rev. er Company, 9; agent of the patentees, 10; at Naumkeag, 10; made Governor under the Massachusetts Ba; arrives at Salem, 11; ordained as teacher at Salem, 11; prepared Confession of Faith and Covenantirst selectmen, 34. Jewell (the) arrives at Salem, 13. Jewels, watch, how made, 136; delicate. Natick, Indian church at, 60, 69, 79. Naumkeag, 10, 11 n. 2. Negro infant baptized, 99. d lecturers before, 135. Sagadahock, 31. Salem, 2; why so named, 10; first church in Massachuighted, 66 n. 1. Skelton, Samuel, pastor at Salem, 11. Sleepers in church kept awake, 76. [1 more...]