Market House, 36.
Markham, Jeannette, school for girls, 217.
Massachusetts Avenue (Concord Road), 37.
Massachusetts Bay, Company of, transference of its charter a popular movement, 1; its first settlements, 1; seeks a seat of government, 1; what governed its choice, 1; the enemy most to be feared, 1; Charles I. intended its suppression, 1; erects New Town for a seat of government, 2.
Massachusetts, cities in, 541.
Mather, Cotton, commends Mr. Shepard's vigilancy, 7.
Mattabeseck (Middletown), Conn., 7.
Mayors, list of, 63.
Medford, removes its powder from Charlestown, 23.
Meeting-house, the first, 5, 234.
Memorial Day exercises on the Common.
Memorial Hall, site of, 36, 37.
Menotomy, becomes the Second Parish of Cambridge, 9, 14, 236.
Menotomy Road (Massachusetts Avenue), 133.
Methodist churches, 240.
Middlesex Bank, 303.
Middletown, Conn., settled, 7.
on of monstrous periwigs.
Or it may be Cotton Mather, his son, rolling forth his resounding discouratertown graveyard;--princely preachers Cotton Mather calls them.
He relates that Mr. Cotton, in ad him. New England being a country, said Cotton Mather, whose interests are remarkably enwrapped in tut milk and ministers.
Down to 1700, Increase Mather says, most salaries were less than £ 100, whic himself in that line of business,--and Cotton Mather published three hundred and eighty-two differe approve the condemnation pronounced by Cotton Mather upon a certain Rarey among the Friends in thos patterns here, were not insufficient.
Cotton Mather also declared that he observed in judges and jbecause the pastor wears a wigg.
Yet Increase Mather thought they played no small part in producingen a scandalous fire-ship among the churches.
Mather declares that every one went a-Maying after thuel Bolton,--Sam the doctor and Sam the dunce, Mather calls them.
Finally, this eminent worthy stra