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22,23.
Adams, Charles Francis, 365. Re-
elected Secretary for Domestic
Correspondence, 137.
Adams, Charles Kendall, 13
Memoir of, by James D.
22–31.
Adams, Mrs. Charles Kendall,
brief sketch of, 30, 31.
Adams, Herbert B., 2, 11, 350m.,
37.4n. Memoir of, by G. Stanley
Hall, 12–15.
Adams, John, Pres. of the U. S.,
286, 288.
Adams, Samuel,286.
Alabama, list of newspaper files
rinted in, in the Library of the
ociety, 274, 275.
Alden Fund, 168. Condition of,
171.
Allen, Ethan, 253.
American Antiquarian Society,
new book-plate, 11, Right of,
to anything printed by U. S.
overnment, 134. Disposal of
uplicate unbound newspapers
of, 175. Contribution to munici-
l, Library of Frankfort-on-the
Wii. by; b. Description of
John and Eliza Davis Fund
book-plate, and engraved book-
plate for general use, 176. Visi-
tor's book, ib. Vote adopted
by, regardi the real estate
devised by Stephen Salisb
to, 265. ss to, by deat
of Mr. Salisbury, 268. Be-
quest to, from Mr. Salisbury,
269. List of Mss. published by,
270. Income from real estate
bequeathed to, by Mr. Salisbury,
271, 272. Amendment to Act
of Incorporation of, ib. “Re-
marks on the early American

308.
Butler,

Engravings and the Cambridge
Press Imprints, (1640–1692) in
the Library of”, paper by Na-
thaniel Paine, 280–298. Revised
list of portraits belonging to,
288–290.
American Board of Commissioners
for Foreign Missions, 183.
American Historical Association,

organization of, 13. List of
“Presidents’ addresses” before,
364-366.

Ancient and Honorable Artillery
Company, sermons of, in the
Library of the American Anti-
quarian Society, 177.
Ancona, Eligio, 240.
Anderson, Rufus, 183.
Andrews, E. Benjamin, cited, 382.
Andros, Sir Edmund, 32, 39.
Anglerius, Peter Martyr d', 315,
318m.–323n., 325m., 326 n., 332n.
Cited, 314. Epitome of the
treatise of Friar on inserted
by, in his De Rebus Oceanices
et Novo Orbe, 338-348.
Annual meeting of the Society, 133.
Anthropology, “Columbus, -
'on ane "... o: of
erican thropology,” paper
by Edward G. ; 31:
Anville, Nicolas de la Roche-
foucauld, Duc d’, destruction of
fleet commanded by, 71.
Ashcourt, Henry, 37.
Auditors, see Bullock, A. George,
and Hill, Benjamin T.
Austin, Jonathan L., appointed
to negotiate a loan in Europe, 67,

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Bancroft, George, 365, Letter from, Brymner, Alexander, tribute to.
to Edward L. Davis, 179.

19.
“Banks," meaning of term, 40. Brymner, Douglas, 11. Memoir
Bartlett, John R.; 177, 280.

of, by J. Franklin Jameson, 19-
Barton, Edmund M., 135, 267. 21.

Submits his Report as Librarian, Bullock, A. George, re-elected an
175-189. Chosen Secretary pro auditor, 137. Certificate es
tem., 263.

auditor, 174.
Baxter, James Phinney, re-elected Bury, John B., 367, 411n. Cited,

a Councillor, 137. His definition 352, 370, 411.
of history, 350n.

Butler, James D., memoir of
Bayard, Thomas F., 156.

Charles Kendall Adams by, 2131.
Beckwith, Hiram W., 184.

Death of, announced, 272. Obit.
Bedford, Duke of, cited, 74, 75. uary of, ' by Samuel Utley, 307,
Bernard, Sir Francis, 44 46, 49, 50. 308.
Blair, Montgomery, his collection Byles Rev. Mather, 282.

of Jackson papers, 231.
Bollan, William, 48-50.
Bookbinding Fund, 168. Condition
of, 170.

Cambridge Press Imprints, "Re-
Book-plates, 11. Description of John marks on the Early American

and Eliza Davis Fund book- Engravings and the Cambridge
plate, and engraved book-plate Press imprints (1640–1692) in
for general use, 176.

the Library of the American
Boston, Mass., effort to raise money Antiquarian Society", paper by

to preserve the "Old South Nathaniel Paine, 280-289.
Meeting House,” 5. Account of Cambridge University, Eng., names
the Price map of, 284.

I of men who have held the posi-
Boston Massacre, colored print tion of Regius Professor of
of, 287.

Modern History at, 3631., 364n.
Boston Museum of Fine Arts, 280. List of published inaugural

List of Pelham portraits exhibited addresses at, 364.
at, 282, 283.

Campbell, James V., 184.
Bourinot, John, 16.

Canada, "A Scheme for the Con-
Bourinot, John G., 11. Memoir | quest of, in 1746," paper by
of, by J. Franklin Jameson, 16- Victor H. Paltsits, 69-92. Ar-

chives of, collected by Douglas
Bourne, Edward G., 265, 374n., Brymner, 20.

378n., 383n. - Answers Mr. Caner, Rev. Henry, 282.
Davis, 266. Paper by, on "Co- "Cape Fear Mercury”, 397n.
lumbus, Ramon Pane and the Carlyle, Thomas, 374, 404. Accepts
beginnings of American An-| the Squire papers as genuine,
thropology”, 310–348.

| 389.
Bradford Manuscript, 156. Carnegie, Andrew, 259.
Brentano, Lujo, his “Guilds and Carrillo, Cresencio, Bishop of Yuca-

Trades Unions” cited, 141, 143. tan, 240.
Bridges, Mrs. Joanna, 100. Casares, David, 138, 301. Paper by,
Brigham, Clarence s., elected a on “A notice of Yucatan with
Member, 136.

some remarks on its water sup-
Brinley, George, 177.

ply," 207-230. Translation by,
Brockwell, Rev. Charles, 282. of Prof. Menendez's biographical
Brooks, Phillips, Bishop, cited, notice of Joaquin Hübbe, 303–

124.
Browning, Oscar, 404n., 405n. His Casas, Bartolomé de Las, 313. Cited,
"The Hight tó Varennes” cited, 314, 318 n., 319n.
404, 405.

Cass, Lewis, 236.
Browning, Robert, 383, 384. Cenotes, description of, 220. Most
Bryce, James, 13.

remarkable examples of, 221-223.

19.

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Sacred cenote, 224–226. Gen-
eral belief regarding, ib, 227.
Chamberlain, Alexander F., 185.
Chamberlain, Mellen, 350, ib. n.
Chandler, John, 34.
Chandler Fund, 168, Condition of,
172.
Charles I. of England, 94–96. Le-
end of his gifts to Jeremy
aylor, 99, 100.
Chase, Charles A., 138. Re-elected
Recording Secretary, 137. Re-
elected a member of the Com-
mittee of Publication, ib.
Chi, Cecilio, 243, 245.
Chillingworth, William, 113, 116,
117, 119. Cited, 114, 115.
Churchill, Winston, 255.
Coleridge, Samuel T., 105.
Collection and Research Fund,
168. Condition of, 170. Sug-
estion as to use of, 271.
Collegium, original purpose of, 147.
Colman, Rev. Benjamin, 282.
Columbus, Christopher, 285. “Co-
lumbus, Ramon Pane and the
.# of American anthro-
ogy,” paper by Edward G.
urne, 310–348.
Columbus, Ferdinand, 310, 314.
His ohistoire,” cited, 311-313.
Committee of Publication state.
ment of, in regard to the will
of Thomas Hore, 130, 131. Note
by, [421].
Connecticut, part taken by, in
scheme for conquest of Canada
in 1746, 86, 87.
Contreras, Asnar, 240.
3. r, }.g. **. - f
opley, John S., engraving o
É. William wo."
Corey, Deloraine P., elected a
Member, 2.
Cornell, Alonzo B., founding of
University by, 25, 27.
Cornell University, founding of,
27. Elects Chas. Kendall Adams
president, 28. Growth of, ib.
“Cornwallis”, meaning of term
asked for, 166, 187. Mention
of, ib, 189.
Council of the Society, Semi-
Annual Reports of, 11–13, 268-
273. Vote of, 136. Calls atten-
tion to the Society's mss., and
need of their being catalogued,
269, 270. Announces death of

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Daniel, John W., 155.
Davis, Andrew McF.,
ift to the Society, 11, 179.
ith Samuel . Utley presents
the Report of the Council, 11-31.
Paper by, on “Emergent, Treas-
ury §§ in Massachusetts
in Early Days,” 32–68. Speaks
of English Historical ms. collec-
tions, 136. Re-elected a Coun-
cillor, 137. Report as delegate
to Franklin bi-centenary at Phil-
adelphia, 264. Inquiry of, 265,
266. Speaks of traditions rela-
tive to arrival of clothed strangers

1, 2. His

anno the Indians, ib., 267.
Davis, ward L. re-elected a
Councillor, 136. His gift to the

o, 179.
Davis, Mrs. Eliza, 176.
Davis, Isaac, 2.
Davis, John, 176.
Davis Book Fund, Isaac and
Edward L., 168. Condition of,
170.
Davis Fund, John and Eliza, 168,
179. Condition of, 172. Descrip-
tion of book-plate of, 176.
Depreciation Act, of, 65.
Dewey, Hon. Francis H., 21.
Dewey Fund, 168. Condition of,
172.
Dexter, Franklin B., re-elected
Secretary for Foreign Corres-
pondence, 137.
Doolittle, Amos, 286, 287.

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Eames, Wilberforce, sends greet-
ings to the Society, 2.
Earle, Ralph, short account of,
286, ib. n., 287.
Eden, Richard, 338.
Edes, Henry H., calls attention to
Miss Longfellow's error in regard
to Mrs. Craigie's name, 9, 10.
Eliot, Charles W., 26.
Ellis, George E., 13.
Ellis Fund, 168. Condition of, 172.
Emerson, Benjamin K., 128.
Emerson, Miss Mabel E., 420 m.
Engler, Edmund A., re-elected a
Councillor, 137.
Essex Antiquarian, numbers lack-
ing of, 177.
Evelyn, John, 99, 100, 102.

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Fairlie, John, 19.

Felt, Joseph B., 33, ib. n.

Fenner, James E., 175 m.

Finkelnburg, Gustavus A., 257 n.,
260 n, is tribute to Henry
Hitchcock cited, 257, 258, 260.

Firth, Charles H., 367 n., 410, ib. n.
Cited, 367.

Fiske, John, 284.

Folsom, Albert A., his letter of
Nov. 8, 1882, cited, 178.

Forbes, William T., remarks by,

1, 2.
Ford, Worthington C., 231, 374 n.,
397 m.
Foster, Dwight, 253. -
Foster, Michael, 246, 247. State-
ment of, 248.
Foster, William E., 267. Paper
by, on “The point of view in
history,” 349–420.
Frankfort-on-the-Main, gift to the
Municipal Library of, from the
American Antiquarian Society,

175.
Franklin, Benjamin, report of bi-

Gage, Gen. Thomas, 50.
Gallatin, Albert, 184.
Gardiner, Samuel R., 356 m., 375 n.,
378 n., 389 m., 390, 391 m.,392,
ib. n. Questions authenticity
of Squire papers, 389, Conclu-
sions reached by, 391, 395.
Garver, Austin S., 301.
Gates, Horatio, 288.
Gay, Frederick L., elected a Member
264. Reproduction of Pelham
prints by, 283.
General Assembly, inauguration of,
55. Bills of credit emitted by,
56–59.
George II., of England, cited, 74.
Gerry, Elbridge, 288.
Gilman, Warren R., 181.
Givers and gifts, list of, 190–206.
Gooch, William, 76, 88.
Goodwin, Isaac, 185.
Goulding, Frank P., 12. Memoir
of, by Samuel Utley, 21, 22.
Green, Andrew H.,127. Remarks on
his ownership of the stone quarry,
9. Receipt of legacy from, to the
Society announced, 135. Amount
of legacy from, 168.
Green, John, 135. Tribute to
H Hitchcock by, 253–262.
Green, Samuel A., 138,268,289, ib. n.
Re-elected a Vice-President, 136.
Reports list of officers of , the
Society, ib, 137. His Address
at Groton cited, 188, 189. Pre-
sides at meeting, 263.
Green, Samuel S., 9, 263, 264.
Asks what right Andrew H.
Green had to Millstone Hill
quarry, 9. Re-elected a Council-

centenary of, at Philadelphia,264.

lor, 136. Of committee to pre-

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Hale, Edward E., 136, 185, 263.
Speaks of the destruction of the
French Fleet and tells why
Henry W. Longfellow wrote
his ballad on the French Fleet,
5–7. Speaks of the right of the
Society to anything, which , the
government of the U. S. prints,
134. Tells of meeting Rev. Dr.
Rawnsley, ib., 135. Speaks
of index to Stevens facsimiles, ib.
Re-elected a Vice-President, 136.
Re-elected a member of the
Committee of Publication, 137.
Memorial of George F. Hoar by,
150–158. Memorial of Stephen
Salisbury by, 299–302.
Hales, John, 116–119.
Hall, Edward H., 301.
Hall, G. Stanley, 211, 349m., 362n.,
Speaks of Jeremy Taylor's
“Ductor Dubitantium,” 3, 4.
Memoir of Herbert B. Adams
by, 12–15. Re-elected a Coun-
cillor, 136. His methods of
teaching history, 362.
Hall, Hubert, cited, 46n.
Hamilton, Charles, gift from the
Estate of, 181.
Hamilton, James A., 233.
Hamilton, John, 87, 88.
Hammond, Henry, 120.
Harris, Alexander S., 175 n.
Harrison, Frederic, 377, ib. n.,
413n., 414n. Cited, 370, 371,
378m., 412, 413.
Hart, Charles Henry,
April 22, 1905, 178.
Harvard College, list of pre-Revo-
lutionary theses of, in Library of
the Society, 177.
Ho Samuel F., LL.D., 176, 181,
Haven, Samuel F., Jr., tribute to,
from his father, 176.
Haven, Mrs. Samuel F., transfers
the remainder of Dr. Haven's
lib to the Society, 181.
Ho und, 168. ndition of,

Hayne, Robert Y., 236.
Haynes, George H., 15.

letter of

Heber, Reginald, Bushop, cited, 112.
Heywood, Daniel, 125, 126.
Hill, Alonzo, 301.
Hill, Benjamin T., re-elected an
auditor, 137. Certificate as audi-
tor, 174.
Hill, Isaac, 233.
History, “The point of view in
history” paper by William E.
Foster, 349–420.
Hitchcock, Ethan A., 256.
Hitchcock, George C., 253 m., 262.
Hitchcock, Henry, 135. Tribute
to, by John Green, 253–262.
Hitchcock, Henry, 262.
Hitchcock, Samuel, 253.
Hoar, George F., Hon., 3,
130, 134. His interest in
Taylor, 3. Memorial of, by
Edward E. Hale, 150–158.
“Senator Hoar In Memoriam”
sonnet by H. D. Rawnsley, ib.
Speeches and Addresses of, 159–
166. Letters deposited by, in
the Society's care, 179, 180.
Photograph of the Vinton por-
trait of, 184. His “Life of a
Boy Sixty years, Ago,” cited,
187, 188. His Autobiography
cited, ib. Remarks on Jackson
papers, 231.
Hoar, Leonard, 157.
Hoar, Rockwood, 151. His gift
to the Society, 180.
Hollis, Thomas, 283.
Holmes, John, 10.
Holmes, William H., elected a
member 136.
Hooker, Richard, 113, 114.
Hore, Thomas, statement of Com-
mittee of Publication regarding
the will of, 130, 131.
Hübbe, Joaquin, biographical no-
tice of, by Rodolf Menendez
and translated from the Spanish
into English by David Casares,
303-307.
Hübbe, John, 303, 304.
Huguet-Latour, Louis A., obituary
notice of, #. Samuel Üüey, 167.
Hutchinson, Thomas, Gov. of Mass.,
32. Cited, 42, 45, 46, 49, 56.

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