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Acadia, Ioi, see also Port Royal.
Addington, Isaac, secretary of Council, plans to supersede Dudley, 194.
Albany, merchants supply Indians with arms, 115; gives Dudley information concerning Indians, 130.
Allen, Reverend John, marries widow of governor Thomas Dudley, 2.
Allen, Samuel, becomes part proprietor of New Hampshire, 140.
Allen, Thomas, suit against Waldron, 142, 143; signs petition for Dudley's removal,

181.

Allyn, [Allen] John, secretary of Connecti-
cut, added to Andros's Council, 41.

Andros, Sir Edmund, Dudley's petition for
land referred to, 37; commission, 40-42;
character, 43-44; arrival at Boston, 44;
Council, 44; method of raising revenue,
46-48; regulation of towns, 40-50;
question of land titles, 50-51; deposed,
52; policy, 55-56; defence of frontier,
93-94; accused of furnishing arms to
Indians, 115; mentioned, 29, 39, 60, 61,
100, 134, 135, 153, 167.

Anne, Queen of England, commissions
from, to Dudley, as governor of the prov-
ince of Massachusetts Bay, 75, 211; New
Hampshire, 134; to command the forces
of Rhode Island and Connecticut, 135;
directions to the General Court, 95,
96; proclamation concerning coins, 158;
death, 193.

Appleton, John, tried by Dudley, 48.

Ashurst, Sir Henry, opposes Dudley in the
reversal of the Leisler attainder, 67;
opposes the appointment of Dudley, 74,
75; defence of the charter of Connecti-
cut, 153-155; enmity to Dudley, 176;
attempts to have Dudley removed, 181,
191-193; letters to Winthrop, 144, 181,
182; mentioned, 66, 68, 74, 90, 147.

Ashurst, Sir William, elected agent for
Massachusetts but declines, 191; won
over to Dudley's party, 192; supports
Dudley, 174, 198.

Baptiste, , prisoner, negotiations for,

113, 114.

Barbadoes, Queen's proclamation, 159.

Bayard, Nicholas, member of Council for
New York, 61, 62.

Bellomont (Richard Coote), earl of, gov-
ernor of New York and Massachu-
setts, appointed governor of Massachu-
setts, 69; death, 75; administration in
Massachusetts, 79; mentioned, 73, 85,
94, 95, 100, 134, 175, 206.

Bills of Credit, first issued in Massachu-
setts, 150-160; during Dudley's adminis-
tration, 161-164.

Blackwell, John, plans for a bank, 166-168.

Blathwayt, William, member of the Board
of Trade, 6; clerk of the Privy Council,
9; Dudley introduced to, 14; character,
57-58; influential in drawing up charter
for Massachusetts, 76; aids Dudley,
58, 65, 67, 76, 85,100; activity for Dud-
ley, 180-181.

Board of Trade, established, 6; instruc-
tions to Dudley, 80, 81, 90, 93, 96, 97;
recommendations concerning Connecti-
cut and Rhode Island, 148, 149, 150;
instructions to Usher, 137; investigates
charges against Dudley, 184; Dudley's
reports to, on military affairs, 87, 119;
council, 88, 89; fortifications, 95; fail-
ure at Port Royal, 123; trial of Vetch,
132-133, note; abortive expedition of
1709, 125-126; land titles in New
Hampshire, 141; affairs in Connec-
ticut and Rhode Island, 144, 148,
150; Dudley's defence before, 187-
188.

Boston, town meeting condemns Dudley,
17; castle at, 30, 106, 107; mentioned,
3, 24, 44, 68, 75, 103, 105, 112, 124, 125,
127, 128, 170, 193, 200.

Bourland, John, tried for illegal trade, 116,
note, 184.

Boyne, battle of, 65.

Bradstreet, Anne, sister of Joseph Dud-
ley, 3.

Bradstreet, Simon, marries Anne Dudley,
3; praised by Randolph, 10; letter from
Dudley concerning quo warranto, 15;
condemned by Boston town-meeting, 17;
named one of Dudley's council, 1686, 28;
declined, 28, note; letter to Dudley
advising him to go to prison, 53-53.

Bulkley, Peter, chosen agent to England,
11; instructions to, 11-12; condemned
by Boston meeting, 17; member of
Dudley's council, 1686, 29; member of
Andros's council, 44, 45.

Burgess, Elizeus, appointed governor of
Massachusetts, 174; mentioned, 100.

Burril, John, speaker of House of Repre-
sentatives, pamphlet addressed to Paul
by Dudley, 172-173.

Cambridge Common, Randolph petitions
for, 50.

Canada, plans to conquer, 101, 105, 119,
124; war parties from, 102; mentioned,
109, 115, 131, 160.

Canterbury, archbishop of (William San-
croft), letter from Randolph concerning
Dudley, 33-34.

Casco, conference with Indians at, 108.

Casco Bay, treaty of, 109; expedition re-
tires to, 122.

Castine, Church expedition conquers, i11.

Chamberlayne, John, aids Dudley, 72, 180,
188; character, 180.

Champernowne, Francis, member of Dud-
ley's council of 1686, 29.

Charles I, King of England, appoints com-
mittees of Privy Council for colonial
trade, 5.

Charles II, King of England, appoints
Lords of Trade, 6; plans for Maine, 12;
agents attempt to bribe, 15; proceedings
against charter of the Massachusetts
Bay Company, 12; death, 24.

Charles II, King of Spain, death of, 100.

Church, Benjamin, expedition against Port
Royal, 110-112; mentioned, 119.

Church of England, members to be toler-
ated in Massachusetts, 30; establish-
ment of services of, 32-34; Dudley
conforms to, 66; missionaries of, 81.

Commission of 1664, to investigate the
conduct of Massachusetts, 8,10.

Connecticut, joined to jurisdiction of An-
dros, 41; opposes plans of Privy Council,
68; government of, 77, 78, 88; refuses
aid asked for by Dudley, 120; Dudley
given command of troops, 135; Dudley's

military policy offends, 139, 140; gives
aid to Massachusetts, 143, 144; objects
to Dudley's command of troops, 145;
Mohegan Indian case, 146-147; attack
on charter of, 151-155; mentioned, 29,
8o, 101, 11o, 134, 143, 176, 192, 206.

Cooke, Elisha, leader of the party opposed
to Dudley, 14, 81, 82, 178, 187; agent
for Massachusetts, 57, 76, 77; opposes
the Mathers, 74; refused admission to
governor's council, 89.

Cornbury (Edward Hyde), Lord, opposes
Dudley's plan for utilizing the Iroquois,
103, note; warns Dudley of impending
Indian raids, 109; governor of New
York, 134; conciliated by Dudley, 153;
suggested as governor for Massachusetts,
181, note.

Council for the Territory and Dominion of
New England (Dudley's council of 1686),
established, 27, 28; powers of, 29, 30;
address to the king and letter to the
Lords of Trade, 32; activity of, 31-33;

Court of Assistants, Dudley elected mem-
ber of, 3; character of, 5; Randolph
on, 10; Dudley dropped from, 18, 25;
compared with Dudley's council, 30;
mentioned, 29, 30.

Courtemanche, Sieur de, negotiates for ex-
change of prisoners, 113-114.

Cox, Daniel, partner of Dudley and Stough-
ton, 58; offers to make Dudley deputy-
governor of West New Jersey, 59.

Cranston, Samuel, governor of Rhode Is-
land, opposes Dudley's taking command
of the militia, 148; commissions priva-
teers, 150.

Cutts, John, baron, patron of Dudley, 65,
67,180; appoints Dudley deputy-gover-
nor of Isle of Wight, 69; letters to Dud-
ley, 70,71; urges Dudley's appointment,
75. 100.

Dan Forth, Thomas, member of party
opposed to Dudley, 14, 22;' removed from
office, 30; mentioned, 26, 36, 52.

Deerfield, attacked, 109.

Dellius, Reverend Godfrey, missionary, 73,
75-

Denison, Daniel, major-general, marries
Patience Dudley, 3; Randolph's opin-
ion of, 10.

Devonshire (William Cavendish) duke of, opposes Dudley, 192.
Dongan, Thomas, resigns as governor of New York, 41; mentioned, 60, 61.

Dorchester, 49.

Dudley, Joseph, birth and early training,
2; graduated from Harvard, 2; freeman
of the Massachusetts Bay Company, 2;
representative to the General Court, 2;
part in "King Philip's War," 2; mem-
ber of the Court of Assistants, 3; dropped
from Court of Assistants, 18, 24; com-
missioner of the United Colonies, 3;
activity in General Court, 3; agent to
England, 13-15; condemned by Bos-
ton town meeting, 17-18; letter to Sir
Leoline Jenkins, 19; president of the
council for the Territory and Dominion
of New England, 21, 24, 25, 26; inaugu-
ration, 26; commission, 27, 28; address
to council, 30; activity as president, 31-
32; petitions for land in New Hampshire,
37; Randolph's accusations against,
31. 33, 33^ 36, 37; compared with
Stoughton, 38; member of Andros's
council, 44, 45; chief justice, 45; censor
of the press, 45; attitude on the question
of raising revenue, 46-47; attitude on
land titles, 50; trial of Wise, 48; ex-
periences in the revolution of 1689, 52-
53; charges against, 53-55; defence, 55;
member of the council for New York,
58-60; commissioned as deputy-gov-
ernor of West New Jersey, 59; Indian
commissioner, 60; trial of Leisler, 62-64;
returns to New England, 64-65; goes to
London, 65; deputy-governor of the
Isle of Wight, 66, 60-71; attacks gov-
ernor Phips, 66-67; appears before com-
mittee of Parliament, 67; member of
Parliament, 71; life in London, 71-74;
reconciled with the Mathers, 74-75;
commissioned governor of Massachu-
setts, 75; instructions, 80; voyage to
Massachusetts, 81; reception, 82; first
address to General Court, 86; relations
with General Court, 85-87, 97-99; rela-
tions with council, 88-89; report con-
cerning council, 00; relations with the
House of Representatives, 91-93; ques-
tion of the speakership, 92-93; question
of fortifications, 93-95; question of
salary, 95-97; relations with Iroquois,
102-104; military policy, 105-108;
plans for the defence of Deerfield, 109;
Church's expedition against Port Royal,
in-112; negotiations with Vaudreuil
for exchange of prisoners, 113-115; trial
of Vetch and his accomplices for illegal

trade, 116-119; unsuccessful expedition
against Port Royal, 1707,120-123; abor-
tive expedition against Port Royal, 1709,
123-125; capture of Port Royal, 126-
127; expedition against Quebec, 127-
128; plans to control the Indians, 120-
132; report to Board of Trade on trial of
Vetch, 132-133, note; relations with
lieutenant-governor Usher of New
Hampshire, 135-137; military plans for
New Hampshire, 138-140; question of
land titles in New Hampshire, 140-142;
asks aid from Connecticut, 143-144; de-
mands command of troops of Connecti-
cut, 145; Mohegan Indian trial, 146-
147; demands command of the Rhode
Island militia, 147-148; asks aid from
Rhode Island, 148, 149; attempts to
enforce the trade laws, 149-150; repre-
sentations to Board of Trade concerning
Connecticut and Rhode Island, 151;
attempts to repeal the charters of Rhode
Island and Connecticut, 152-155; pub-
lishes the queen's proclamation concern-
ing the value of coins, 158-159; ad-
dresses to the General Court on ques-
tion of retiring bills of credit, 162-164;
early attitude on banking, 165-167; op-
poses the Land Bank party, 170-174;
arouses hostility of Land Bank Party,
174; removed from office, 174; oppo-
nents, 176-179; supporters, 170-181;
attempts to remove in 1702, 181; in
1707, the Higginson petition, 182;
charges against in "A Memorial of the
Present Deplorable State of New Eng-
land," 183; resolutions of the General
Court in vindication of, 184, 186; reso-
lutions of the council, 185; attacked in
the second memorial on the "Present
Deplorable State of New England,"
186; defence in England, 187-188; "A
Modest Inquiry into the Grounds and
Occasions of a Late Pamphlet intitled
'A Memorial of the Present Deplorable
State of New England,'" 188; letters from
Increase and Cotton Mather, 189; reply,
180-190; wins over Sir Charles Hobby,
191; attempts to remove, 192-193;
removal by the Massachusetts council,
193-195, "The Case of his Excellency,"
196-197; restored, 197; influence after
removal, 100-200; death, 200; will,
201-203; character, 1, 15, 23, 24, 37,
56, 128-129, iS5-i5<>, 204-210.

Dudley, Paul, in London, 73, 85; memorial
against the Land Bank party, 171; pam-
phlet against the Land Bank party,
172-173; plans for rewarding, 199; re-
membered in his father's will, 201.

Dudley, Thomas, governor, 2, 205.

Dudley, Thomas, 31.

Dudley, William, messenger to Vaudreuil,
105, 114, 115; letter concerning retreat
from Port Royal, 122; removed from
office by council, 106; remembered in
his father's will, 201-202.

Dummer, Jeremiah, opposes Land Bank
party, 173, 108; buys off Burgess, 174;
elected agent for Massachusetts, 192.

Dummer, William, lieutenant-governor of
Massachusetts, 200.

England, attitude of colonists toward, 4;
control of colonies by, 5-8, 40-43, 175,
205-206; Dudley in, 15-17, 53-55. 65-
75, 208; war with France, 93, 97,
100-102, 160; aid from, 105, 119, 123-
125, 126, 127; Land Bank party appeals
to, 173, 174; Dudley's supporters in,
180-181.

Fletcher, Benjamin, governor of New
York, reports Dudley "very unaccept-
able to the people," 60; removes Dudley
from the council of New York, 64; corre-
sponds with Dudley, 64, 65; experiences
in Connecticut, 145.

France, war with England, see England.

French, policy in regard to neutrality of
Indians, 102-105.

General Court Of The Massachu-
Setts Bay CompAny, parties in, 2, 5, 14,
25, 74; reply to Dudley, 27.

George I, King of England, 138, 179,
193.

George III, King of England, 146.

George, captain of frigate Rose, accused by
Randolph, 36; seized during the Revolu-
tion of 1689, 52.

Gidney, Bartholomew, member of Dudley's
council, 1686, 29.

Gold, John, arrested and tried by Dudley,
35'

Gordon, Reverend Patrick, missionary on voyage with Dudley, 81.
Gorges, Sir Ferdinando, proprietor of Maine, 10; claims upheld by judges, 12;rights purchased from, 136.
Grand Pre', Church expedition retreats to, i11.

Hartford, Andros holds council at, 41.

Harvard college, Dudley graduated from, 2;
Randolph asserts colonists plan to make
Morton presidentjof, 34; scholarships for,
170; Leverett elected president of, 177.

Hicks, Thomas, member of Dudley's
council, 1686, 29.

Higginson, Nathaniel, signs petition against
Dudley, 182; the Higginson petition,
182, 185.

Hill, "Jack," commander of expedition
against Quebec, 127, 128.

Hilton, Winthrop, nephew of Dudley,
colonel in New Hampshire, 139.

Hinckley, Thomas, recommends Dudley to
Blathwayt, 14; member of Andros's
council, 47.

Hints, John, signs Higginson petition, 182.

Hobby, Sir Charles, Ashurst's candidate
against Dudley, 191; won over to Dud-
ley, 191, 192.

Holt, Sir John, opinion concerning com-
mand of militia in charter colonies, 152.

House of Commons, Leisler bill in, 67;
copied by colonial assemblies, 82.

House of Lords, Leisler bill in, 67; bills
introduced to repeal charters of Con-
necticut and Rhode Island, 152,154.

Hutchinson, Elisha, opposes Dudley, 14.

Hutchinson, Thomas, on coins in Massa-
chusetts, 157.

Hyde, Lawrence, earl of Rochester, agents
attempt to bribe, 15.

Indians, attacks, 109; Connecticut In-
dians, 110; Dudley Indian commissioner, 60, 75; Indian neutrality, 104-105, 107-
108; Maine, 31, 110-112, 129-132;
Mohegans, 129,146; New England, 115;
New Hampshire, 31; New York, 102;
Nipmucks, Dudley's influence over, 130;
Pequots, 146.

Ingoldsby, Richard, deputy-governor of New York, trouble with Leisler, 62, 63.
Ipswich, 48.

Iroquois, neutrality of, 102, 103; to join
Nicholson, 125.

Isle of Wight, Dudley deputy-governor of,
57, 60-71; Cutts governor of, 66; Dud-
ley's administration of, 75.

James I, king of England, appoints com-
mittee of Privy Council for colonial
affairs, 5.

James II, king of England, accession, 24;
letter of council for Massachusetts to,
32; letter to Andros, 47; mentioned, 57, 61,152, 207.

Jenkins, Sir Leoline, Randolph warns con-
cerning Dudley, 14; Randolph proposes
plan for settlement of New England to,
21; Dudley explains attitude of colonists
to, 19; Dudley uses his influence, 23.

Jesuit, priests in Maine, 107.

Keith, Reverend George, missionary
accompanying Dudley, 81.

King's Province, the, represented in Dud-
ley'scouncil, 1686, by Fitx-JohnWinthrop,
29; Dudley visits and organizes, 31.

Kirke, Colonel Piercey, Randolph opposes
appointment as governor of Massachu-
setts, 21, 23; preliminary drafts of com-
mission and instructions for, 24; Dud-
ley substituted for, 43.

Land Bank, early attempts to found, 164-
167; attempts in Dudley's administra-
tion, 167-174; Land Bank party op-
posed to Dudley, 179; Dudley's opposi-
tion to, 194, 198.

Leeds (Thomas Osborne), duke of, pledged
to Dudley's support, 67.

Leisler, Jacob, trial of, 60-64; reversal of
attainder against, 67; Dudley appears
at hearing in Parliament on reversal of
attainder, 67; Dudley's part in trial dis-
approved of, 81, 189.

Leverett, John, president of Harvard Col-
lege, 177, 185.

Livingstone, Robert, Cornbury objects to,
103; Vetch marries daughter of, 123;
trade with Indians, 185.

London (Henry Compton), bishop of,
Randolph on Dudley to, 14; Ratcliffe
sent to Boston by, 33; patron of Dudley,
180; Dudley sends "judicious letters"
to, 181.

London, city of, Dudley arrives at, 53, 65,
66; Paul Dudley joins father in, 73;
colonists resident in favor of Dudley,
75.

Long Island, Dudley holding court at time
of Revolution of 1689, 52; English settle-
ments on, 61.

Lords of Trade, established, 6; proprie-
tors of Maine and New Hampshire
appeal to, 10; report on Massachusetts,
11; demand agents from Massachusetts,
13; order quo warranto proceedings against
Massachusetts, 17; letter from Dudley's
council, 1686, to, 32; Dudley's defence
before, 55; Blathwayt member of, 57;
Fletcher reports on Dudley to, 60; re-
port to Privy Council on question of con-

solidation of colonies, 68; policy of, 7, 8,
40, 43.

Louis XIV, king of France, 100.

Maine, rights exercised by Massachusetts
in, 7, 8, 10; colonial agents sent to Eng-
land concerning, 11; purchase of, 12,14;
Massachusetts plans to surrender, 17;
united with Massachusetts, 28; repre-
sentatives from, 29; Randolph sells of-
fices in, 31; joined with Massachusetts,
77; responsibility of Massachusetts for,
102; the French attacks in, 103; de-
fence of, 139.

March, John, commander of expedition
against Port Royal, 1707, 121, 122.

Marlborough (John Churchill), duke of,
Cutts recommends Dudley to, 75, 100.

Martindale, Isaac, Major, commander of
militia of Rhode Island, 148.

Maryland, attorney-general Holt's opinion
on charter, 152.

Mason, John, Captain, proprietor of New
Hampshire, 8; efforts to colonize New
Hampshire, 10; claims to New Hamp-
shire, 12, 140.

Mason, John, Major (Connecticut), 146.

Mason, Robert, member of Dudley's
council, 1686, 33.

Massachusetts Bay Colony, material con-
dition of, 1,4; political condition of, 3-5;
commission to investigate, 8; claims to
Maine and New Hampshire, 10; agents
of, 10-11; instructions to agents, 12,
16-17; charter annulled, 20; plans for
government of, 24; Maine, New Hamp-
shire, King's Province added to, 28;
Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Plym-
outh, New York, and New Jersey
added to, 40-42; news of landing of
William of Orange reaches, 51; Revolu-
tion in, 51-53; favors plans of Lords of
Trade to consolidate colonies, 68; finan-
cial legislation of, 157-160.

Massachusetts Bay Company, Dudley
made freeman of, 2; charter revoked, 20,
22, 28; reply to Dudley, 28.

Massachusetts Bay Province, charter of,
77; government of, 77-88; feeling tow-
ard Dudley, 81-82; defence of frontier,
93-94; salary question, 95-97; military
problems, 100-105, 130-140; jealousies
in, 175; favorable addresses for Dudley,
183; General Court of, 77-79, 82, 85, 87,
96; Dudley's influence with, 97-99;
votes expedition against Port Royal, 110;

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