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Whitney, Mrs., II, 228.
Whitney, M. W., II, 265.
Whittier, J. G., I, 138, 152, 153, 210, 344; II, 177, 187, 355, 367, 368. Letter of, I, 138.
Wild, Hamilton, I, 201; II, 99.
Wilde, Lady, II, 168.
Wilde, Oscar, II, 70-72, 168.
Wilde, Mrs., Oscar, II, 167-69.
Wilderness, Battle of the, II, 253.
William I, I, 4.
William I (Prussia), I, 93, 94; II, 20.
William II., II, 20.
Williams, Dr., II, 205.
Williams, Mrs., Harry, II, 93.
Williams, Roger, I, 4.
Williams Hall, I, 185.
Willis, N. P., I, 262.
Wilman, Helen, II, 325.
Wilson, Mrs. B. M., II, 266.
Winchendon, II, 314.
Winchester, I, 188.
Windermere, I, 92.
Winslow, Erving, I, 346.
Winslow, Helen M., II, 270.
Wintergreen Club, II, 361.
Winthrop, Lindall, II, 251.
Winthrop, R. C., I, 170; II, 93, 306.
Winthrop House, I, 123, 124.
Wister, Owen, II, 304, 354.
Wolcott, Roger, II, 233.
Woman Ministry, I, 386; II, 77
y the early history of New England, with which he showed that sort of familiarity which I suppose characterizes his knowledge wherever he has displayed it. Of Roger Williams and John Eliot I was ashamed to find that he knew more than I did. Roger Williams, he thought, deserved the reputation which Penn has obtained, and Eliot he pRoger Williams, he thought, deserved the reputation which Penn has obtained, and Eliot he pronounced one of the most extraordinary men of any country.
Once, he said, he had determined to write a poem on the war and character of King Philip, and at that time studied the Indian history and manners, which he thinks highly poetical.
So near has the Plymouth Colony come to being classical ground!
While engaged in these real, who, of course, sent every one out of the apartment with as little ceremony as he himself came in.
In the evening I was—as I usually am on Sunday eve—at Miss Williams's, and was amused to hear Humboldt, with his decisive talent and minute knowledge of the subject, show how utterly idle are all the expectations now entertaine
e common on Independence days, July 4, 1854
from the town, several knaves and harlots, Mar. 4, 1630
Roger Williams, for what was called heresy, Oct. 13, 1635
Rev. Mr. Wheelwright, for heresy, Oct. 3, 1637
Capt. Underhill, for urned, Nov. 27, 1676
Again rebuilt of wood, 1677
Used for fuel by British soldiers, Dec., 1775
Shawmut ave. and Williams st. dedicated (Bap.), Dec., 1849
Congregational, dedicated, Nov. 18, 1852
St. Paul's, Tremont street, Episcopal, c4
For Samuel T. Armstrong, 3025; for John W. James, 1185, Dec. 13, 1835
For Samuel A. Elliott, 3288; for James and Williams, 2377, Dec. 8, 1836
For Samuel A. Elliott, 3471; for Walker, 1126; for Lyman, 1138, Dec. 11, 1837
For Samuel A. Elrs, 1747
Strangers interviewed; fear of contagion, 1803
Charles Bulfinch, Chairman 22 years, retires, 1818
Chairman Williams delivers town's property to City Government, May 1, 1822
Chief Justice of the Province, died