e, dwelling amongst or neer to the Narragansets, who desired that some English be sent to plant his River.—Adams' Life of Eliot, p. 87. The river may, therefore, have had another name, in the middle or upper part of its course. as he was bound to dogh rock west of Mount Feake is now called Boston Rock Hill, and from its eastern side a fine view of Waltham is had.
John Eliot, the apostle to the Indians, describes in a letter a singular event that occurred at Sherman's Pond in June, 1676.
The missionary labors of young Mayhew among the Indians at Martha's Vineyard antedate those of the Apostle John Eliot, whose first essay in preaching to the Indians was made in a hut near the falls of Charles River, opposite Watertown orIndians for the land within the bounds of Watertown, Cambridge, and Boston.
Mass. Records, 1. 254. In the fall of 1646 John Eliot began his missionary labors with the Indians across the Charles River, and five years later the Indian village and chur
Edward the Confessor, 67.
Edye (or Eddie), John, insanity of, 32; chosen one of the first three selectmen, 34.
Elections, how conducted, 34.
Eliot, John, begins missionary labors, 60; antedated by those of Thomas Mayhew, Jr., at Martha's Vineyard, 47 n. 1; birth-place, 66.
Eliot, John, fish story told by, 28.Eliot, John, fish story told by, 28.
Ellison, James, 84, 96.
Endicott, John, and five associates, the new Dorchester Company, 9; agent of the patentees, 10; at Naumkeag, 10; made Governor under the Massachusetts Bay Company, 10; cuts red cross from the king's ensign, 25; censured for the act, 26; commands first expedition against the Pequots, 41.
England, shippture of, 61.
Narragansetts, fear of an uprising of, 41; aid the English in Pequot War, 43.
Nashaway, plantation at, 47; 62.
Nasing, the birth-place of John Eliot, 66.
Natick, Indian church at, 60, 69, 79.
Naumkeag, 10, 11 n. 2.
Negro infant baptized, 99.