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HUTCHINSON'S CONFISCATED ES'TATEIS IN SUFFOLK COUNTY 174 THOMAS HUTCHINSON, SON OF THE GOVERNOR 175 BLISHA HUTCHINSON 177 FOSTER HUTCHINSON 177 HLIAKIM HUTCHINSON ITS LIS'T OP ELIAKIM HUTCHINSON'S CONFISCATED ESTATES IN SUF- FOLK COUNTY ISO ANDREW OLIVER— LIEUT.
THE LOYALISTS OF MASSACHUSETTS AND THE OTHER SIDE OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION BY JAMES H. "BLOOD IS THICKER THAN WATER." 113 I II CONTENTS PART II BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF THE LOYALISTS OF MASS 122 THE ADDRESS OF THE MERCHANTS AND OTHERS OF BOSTON TO GOVERNOR HUTCHINSON 123 ADDRESS OF THE BARRISTERS AND ATTORNEYS OF MASSACHU- SETTS TO GOVERNOR HUTCHINSON 125 ADDRESS OF THE INHABITANTS OF MARBLEHBAD TO GOVERNOR HUTCHINSON 127 ADDRESS TO GOVERNOR HUTCHINSON FROM HIS FELLOW TOWNS- MEN IN THE TOWN OF MILTON 128 ADDRESS PRESENTED TO GOVERNOR GAGE ON HIS ARRIVAL AT SALEM 131 ADDRESS TO GOVERNOR GAGE ON HIS DEPARTURE 132 LIST OP INHABITANTS OF BOSTON WHO REMOVED TO HALIFAX WITH THE ARMY MARCH, 1776 133 MANDAMUS COUNSELLORS 136 THE BANISHMENT ACT OP MASSACHUSETTS 137 THE WORCESTER RESOLUTION RELATING TO THE Ai BSENTEES AND REFUGEE'S 141 THE CONFISCATION ACT 141 CONSPIRACY ACT 141 ABSENTEES ACT 143 BIOGRAPHIES THOMAS HUTCHINSON 145 LIST OF GOV.
Their commer- cial intercourse, under the restructions of the navigation laws, was 'mainly with her.
Their institutions, their culture, their religion, their ideas were derived from English sources.
^VILLIAM WALTER, RECTOR OF TRINITY CHURCH 338 CONFISCATED ESTATES IN SUFFOLK COUNTY BELONGING TO REV. HENRY CANER 346 CONFISCATED ESTATES IN SUFFOLK COUNTY BELONGING TO REV.
SYLVESTER GARDINER 313 CONFISCATED ESTATES IN SUFFOLK COUNTY BELONGING TO SYL- VESTER GARDINER 317 RICHARD KING 317 CHARLES PAXTON 318 JOSEPH HARRISON 319 CAPTAIN MARTIN GAY 321 CONFISCATED ESTATES IN SUFFOLK COUNTY BELONGING TO MARTIN GAY 325 DANIEL LEONARD 325 JUDGE GEORGE LEONARD 332 COLONEL GEORGE LEONARD 333 HARRISON GRAY— RECEIVER GENERAL OF MASSACHUSETTS 334 CONFISCATED ESTATES IN SUFFOLK COUNTY BELONGING TO HAR- RISON GRAY 337 REV.
Other authorities consulted, have been the "Royalist" records in the original manuscript preserved in the archives of the State of Massachusetts, the Record Commissioners' Reports of the City of Boston, the Proceedings of the ^Massachusetts Historical Society, and the numerous town histories, and ancient records published in recent years, to the most important of which he has acknowledged his obligations in the reference given, and also to the Boston Athenaeum for the use of their paintings and en- gravings, in making copies of same. Thomas Hutchinson's Portrait Opposite the title page. Killing and scalping Father Rasle at Norrldgewock, " " 32.
He also wishes to acknowledge the assistance rendered him by his daughter, Mildred M.anton Stark, in preparing many of the biog- raphies, also the assistance rendered by Mr. O'Malley, who prepared the very copious index to this work, which will, he thinks be appreciated by all historical students who may have occasion to use same. Reading the Stamp Act in King street, opposite the State House . Andrew Oliver, Stamp Collector attacked by the Mob, " " 41.
Colonel Mifflin's Interview with the Caughnawaga Indians, " " 89. THE SECOND CHARTER 25 to the State of things before tlie contest began, provided we could have had a sufficient security for its continuance." In the summer of 1774, Frankhn assured Chatham that there was no desire among the colonists for independence.
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351 CONFISCATED ESTATES IN SUFFOLK COUNTY BELONGING TO CHARLES WARD APTHORP 354 THE GOLDTHWAITE FAMILY OF BOSTON 355 CONFISCATED ESTATES IN SUFFOLK COUNTY BELONGING TO JOSEPH GOLDTHWAIT 361 JOHN HOWE 361 SAMUEL QUINCY, SOLICITOR GEJNERAL 364 CONTENTS V COLONEL JOHN MURRAY 37G JUDGE JAMBS PUTNAM, ATTORNEY GENERAL OF MASSACHUSETTS BAY 378 JUDGE TIMOTHY PAINE 382 DR.
Yes, when I worked for him in the mid-90s he was married, but, for the life of me, I cannot remember her name! Not sure if they are still married because I lost touch after getting out of the business.
HENRY CANER 349 FREDERICK WILLIAM GEYER 350 CONFISCATED ESTATES IN SUFFOLK COUNTY BELONGING TO FREDERICK ^^^LLIAM GEYER 351 THE APTHORP FAMILY OF BOSTON .