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three chosen are William Jennifon, See page 41, note 3. Brian Pembleton, John Eddie, the latter the same already named as having been temporarily insane the year previous. February 10, 1635, the inhabitants at Charlestown made order at a full meeting for the government of the town by Selectmen, which name was speedily applied throughout New England to municipal governors. The first elections held by ballots were at the General Court assembled at Newtown, May 6, 1635. The Governor, John Haynes, and deputy, Richard Bellingham, were elected by papers, wherein their names were written; for the choice of Assistants, the names were announced (placed in nomination) by the Governor, and those of the freemen in favor deposited inscribed ballots, those opposed, blank ones. In order that the freemen should have the fullest freedom in the selection of their deputies, it was ordered that thenceforth they should be elected by papers. The people of Newtown, scarcely three years after the
93; Josiah, 71; Samuel, 96. Harrington, George, killed. 61. Harrington, Robert, bought half of Oldham Farm, 39, 61 n. 6. Harrington Tavern, 88. Hartford first called Newtown, 35 n. 1, 40; Dutch fort at, 35; 42. Harvard College, 44 n. 3, 49, 58 n. 1, 77, 117, 119, 123. Harvests, scanty, 33. Hastings, Lt., Eliphalet, and others indicted for riot, 105; Joseph, 70 Hawkins, Tim, whipped and branded, 60. Hay of Mr. Phillips and others burnt, 17. Hay-scales, lofty, 84. Haynes, John, first Governor elected by ballots, 34. Hell's mouth, poor-house of 1750 at, 96. Hemp, better than the English, grows at the Connecticut, 35. Henry I., 67; II., 67; III.; 68. Herrington, Timothy, first schoolmaster, 71. Hewes, Joshua, gravestone found, 50. Higginson, Francis, minister for first colonists, 11; arrives at Salem, 11; ordained as teacher at Salem, 11; prepared Confession of Faith and Covenant, 11; death of, 16 Highway to Concord to be 6 rods broad, 52.