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trial of Vetch, 116–119; activity in mili- | Dudley popular in, 135-138; Usher's
tary affairs, 125, 126, 128; disapproves of career in, 135-136; defence of, 138–140;
Dudley's Indian policy, 130-131; issues question of land titles in, 140-143; party
bills of credit, 159. Council of, 77; opposed to Dudley signs Higginson peti-
Dudley's relations with, 88-91; removes tion, 182; addresses favorable to Dud-
Dudley, 193-195; governs Massachu ley from, 183.
setts, 195–197. House of Representatives New Jersey, added to the dominion of New
of, 77, 84; Dudley's control of, 91-93; England, 41.
attitude on bills of credit, 161-164. New London, military conference at, 128.
Mather, Cotton, on Massachusetts agents, Newman, Henry, Dudley's candidate for
13; Dudley's letter of defence concern agent from Massachusetts, 192.
ing his administration of 1686 to, 53; New Plymouth, boundary dispute with
Dudley reconciled with, 74; recommends Massachusetts, 3; added to dominion of
Dudley for governor, 75; opposed to New England, 29; added to Massachu-
Cooke, 82; blames Dudley for failure of setts, 77.
expedition against Port Royal, 112; ac-Newport, Isle of Wight, 69.
cuses Dudley of connivance with illegal Newport, Rhode Island, 148.
trade, 119; opposed to Dudley, 176-177; Newton, Isle of Wight, Dudley elected
reputed author of "A Memorial on the member of Parliament from, 71.
Deplorable State of New England," 183; New York, added to the dominion of New
letter accusing Dudley, 184.
England, 29, 41; Andros's career as
Mather, Increase, letter from Richards on governor of, 43-44; Sloughter governor of,
difficulties of agents, 15; opposed to 57; Dudley in council of, 58-59; Leisler's
Dudley, 17; Dudley seeks advice from, rebellion in, 61-64; development of con-
26; Constantine Phipps to, 68; desires stitution of, 83-84; defence of, 101, 102,
to be colonial agent, 74; attitude tow 103; separated from Massachusetts
ard new charter, 77; advice to William under Cornbury, 134.
III, 79; opposed to Cooke, 82; opposed Nicholson, Francis, governor of New York,
to Dudley, 176-177.
60, 61; expedition against Port Royal,
Mohegan Indians, 129.
124, 125, 128.
Mompresson, Roger (chief justice of New Nipmuck Indians, Dudley's influence over,
Jersey), opinion of Rhode Island, 149. 130.
Monmouth (James Fitz-Roy), duke of, Northey, Edward, attorney-general, opin-
plans for a province for, 12; rebellion, 24. ion on ownership of land in New Hamp-
Morton, ---, suggested as president for shire, 140; opinion on power of Massa-
Harvard college, 34.
chusetts council to depose Dudley, 197.
NAHAnt Neck, Randolph petitions for, 50. Nottingham (Daniel Finch), earl of, secre-
Narragansett Country, Dudley organizes tary of state, Mompresson on Rhode
government in, 31-32.
Island to, 149; Dudley conciliates, 181.
Navigation Laws, 7, 81.
Nova Scotia, plans to conquer, 119.
New Castle, fort at, 139.
Nowell, Samuel, letter to Richards on diffi-
New England, united colonies of, 3, 43; culties of agents, 16; member of party
Dudley's council for, 27-30; dominion opposed to Dudley, 17, 22.
of, 40-42, 134; Dudley's plans for de- OAKES, THOMAS, Dudley opposes as
fence of, 97, 105-108.
speaker of the Massachusetts House of
New Hampshire, Massachusetts claims to, Representatives, 92-93.
7, 8; defence of Massachusetts conduct Paige, NICHOLAS, signs Dudley's bond for
in, 11; judges decide Massachusetts has release, 52.
no claim to, 12; united to Massachu-Paige, Mrs. Nicholas, niece of Dudley,
setts, 28; Randolph sells offices in, 31; house wrecked time of Revolution, 52.
Lords of Trade recommend consolidation Parliament, colonial policy of, s; Leisler
with other colonies, 68; separate royal bill in, 66; Dudley member of, 71, 180;
province, 77; Dudley commissioned | colonial assemblies copy, 82-83; bill to
governor of, 79; ordered to fortify | revoke charters of Connecticut and
posts, 94; Massachusetts to aid, 110; Rhode Island in, 151-152.
Partridge, Richard, signs petition against Quo warranto proceedings, against Massa-
chusetts, 15-16, 21; against Connecticut,
Partridge, William, signs petition against 29, 41; against Rhode Island, 29, 41.
Dudley, 182, 183.
RANDOLPA, EDWARD, messenger to Massa-
Pemaquid, fortifications at, 93, 94; Dud chusetts, 8; report on Massachu-
ley visits, 106; Dudley fails to get appro setts, l-10, 13; opinion of Dudley
priation for rebuilding fort at, 107.
and Richards, 14; plans government for
Penn, William, aids Rhode Island, 155. Massachusetts with Dudley, 18, 25;
Philip, “King” War, 2, 111; Dudley com urges Dudley's appointment, 21; serves
missioner in war, 2, 129.
notice of quo warranto proceedings on
Phillips, Reverend - 25.
Connecticut and Rhode Island, 29, 41;
Phillipse, Frederick, member of council of complaints of, 32, 36-37; aids Ratcliffe
New York, 61.
in establishing King's Chapel, 33-34;
Phipps, Constantine, agent for Massachu member of Andros's council, 44; at-
setts, opposes Dudley, 67, 68; Dudley tempts to influence Blathwayt against
wins to his side, 74.
Phips, Sir William, governor of Massachu- Ratcliffe, Robert, first rector of King's
setts, difficulties, 64, 65, 79, 85; Dudley Chapel, 33.
tries to succeed, 66, 176; Dudley has Rawson, Edward, signs address of General
arrested, 67; builds fort at Pemaquid, Court criticising Dudley's commission,
94; fails to get a fixed salary, 94; gains 27; refuses to surrender records of Gen-
Port Royal, 101; fails at Quebec, 159; eral Court, 35.
accepts bills of credit, 160.
Redknap, John, engineer on expedition
Piscataqua, fort at, 93, 106.
against Port Royal, 121, 122.
Pontchartrain, Jerome Phelypeaux, Comte Rhode Island, quo warranto proceedings
de, Indian policy of, 105.
against, 29, 41; submits to Andros, 41;
Portland (William Bentinck), earl of, government of, 78, 88; military position
patron of Dudley, 67.
of, 101; Dudley receives command of
Port Royal, French possession of, threatens militia, 135; objects to Dudley's com-
Massachusetts, 84, 101, 102; Church mission, 148; Dudley's complaints
expedition against, 110-112; expedition concerning, 148, 149; Dudley's difficul-
of 1707 against, 120-123; expedition of ties in enforcing the trade laws in, 149-
1709 against, 123-125; capture of, 126 150; attempt to revoke charter of,
Portsmouth, fort at, 139.
Richards, John, chosen agent of Massachu-
Privy Council, committees appointed for setts, 13; Randolph's opinion of, 14;
colonial affairs, 5, 6, see also Lords of complains concerning difficulties of posi-
Trade and Board of Trade; considers tion, 15, 16; opposes Dudley, 18.
consolidation of the colonies, 68; orders Rochester, town named by Dudley allows
a new trial of Vetch, 118; hearings on him to take command of militia, 148.
Connecticut and. Rhode Island charters, Römer, Wolfgang William, engineer ap-
153-154; hears and dismisses charges pointed to rebuild fortifications, 106.
against Dudley, 184-189.
Rouse, William, abuses Dudley's permission
Pyncheon, John, member of Dudley's coun | to trade with Indians, 187.
cil, 1686, 29.
Roxbury, 3, 25, 64, 200.
QUAKERS, in Rhode Island, 147, 155; op- Ryswick, peace of, 102, 120.
poses Dudley in his command of the mili- SALTONSTALL, NATHANIEL, member of
| tia, I48.
| Dudley's council, 1686, 29.
Quarry, Robert, opinion of Massachusetts Savage, Thomas, “King Philip's War," 2.
council, 90; advice concerning coinage, Sawyer, Sir Robert, advises scire facias
158; accusations of illegal trade, 184, 185. against Massachusetts, 20.
Quebec, Phips' expedition against, 64, 79, Scire facias, proceedings against Massachu-
159; policy of government at, 103; setts, 20, 20, note.
Vetch sent as messenger to, 114; expedi- Sergeant, Peter, Dudley disallows election
tion against, 159.
of, 89; Dudley allows admission of, 9o.
Sewall, Samuel, advises submission to Stuarts, colonial policy of, 6-, 39-23, 28,
Dudley'commission of 1686, 26; peti- 40-41, 134.
tions for patent for land, sı; member of Sunderland (Charles Spencer), earl of, op-
House committee on question of speaker, posed to Dudley, 192.
93; position in trial of Vetch, 117–118; | TAILER, WILLIAM, lieutenant-governor of
opinion as to bills of credit, 159; with- Massachusetts, 199.
draws vote of vindication for governor, Treat, Robert, governor of Connecticut,
190; hostility to Dudley, 177-178; con added to Andros's council, 41.
ferences with Dudley over question of Tyng, Edward, Dudley marries daughter of,
3; member of Dudley's council, 1686, 28,
Shrimpton, Samuel, signs Dudley's bail 29.
USHER, JOHN, lieutenant-governor of New
Shute, Samuel, appointed governor of Hampshire, 136-142; character of, 136-
Massachusetts, 174; arrival, 199.
137; attitude on land question, 140-142;
Sidney (Henry), earl of Romney, patron of letters of Board of Trade to, 137.
VAN CORTLANDT, STEPHEN, member of
Sloughter, Henry, governor of New York, New York council, 61, 62.
urges Dudley's appointment, 58; Dud-Vaudreuil, Philippe de Rigaud, Marquis of,
ley loans money to, 60; part in Leisler negotiations concerning the exchange of
trial, 62, 63.
prisoners, 105, 113, 114, 123.
Society for the Propagation of Christian Vetch, Samuel, negotiations concerning the
Knowledge, Chamberlayne a member of, exchange of prisoners, 105, 114, 115;
tried for illegal trade, 116–119, 184, 188;
Society for the Propagation of the Gospel plans for expedition against Canada,
in Foreign Parts, Dudley joins, 72; con- 123-125, 128.
tributes paper to, 72; missionaries from, WALDRON, RICHARD, sued by Allen in
question of land titles, 140, 141.
Southwell, Sir Robert, Randolph writes Walker, Sir Hovenden, commander of
concerning Kirke, 21; Dudley appeals to, expedition against Port Royal, 127–138.
23; Randolph complains to concerning Warwick (Robert Rich), earl of, governor-
in-chief for the colonies, 5.
Speaker of the House of Representatives of Wells, attacked by Indians, 109.
the General Court, 92-93.
West New Jersey, Cox proprietor of, 58;
Stanhope, James, urges the appointment of Dudley commissioned deputy-governor
Burgess, 174, 198.
St. Asaph, bishop of (William Lloyd), Ran- Weymouth (Thomas Thynne), viscount
dolph writes to, 21; (Edward Jones) | of, Dudley conciliates, 181.
urges Dudley's appointment, 75. William III, King of England, appoints
Steele, Sir Richard, secretary of Lord Cutts, Board of Trade, 6; influence of declara-
correspondent of Dudley, 72.
tion upon uprising in Massachusetts,
Stoddard, Reverend Solomon, urges use of 51; approves of Leisler trial, 64; com-
dogs in Indian war, 109, note; signs a missions Dudley, 75, 100; appoints Sir
petition for Dudley's continuance, 188. William Phips governor of Massachu-
Stoughton, William, agent for Massachu setts, 79; tacitly recognizes the govern-
setts, 11; instructions to, 12; condemned ments of Rhode Island and Connecticut,
by Boston town meeting, 17; refuses to 134. .
serve as Assistant, 25; member of Dud-Winter Harbor, attacked by Indians, rog.
ley's council, 1686, 28, 29; appointed Winthrop, Fitz-John, member of Dudley's
judge by Dudley, 31; compared with council, 28, 29; refuses to give aid to
Dudley, 38; member of Andros's council, Massachusetts, 120; controversy over
44, 45, 47; obtains with Dudley and Cox troops and command of troops from Con-
a grant of land, 58; lieutenant-governor necticut, 143-145; letters from Ashurst
of Massachusetts, 64; Dudley regains concerning Dudley, 181-182.
influence over, 65, 66; joins with Dudley | Winthrop, John, governor of Massachu-
in projecting a bank, 166.
I setts, 204, 205.
Winthrop, John (the younger), governor of hostility to Dudley, 177-178; men-
Connecticut, ideas concerning a bank, tioned, 205.
Wise, Reverend John, sentenced by Dud-
Winthrop, Wait, member of Dudley's ley, 48.
council, 28, 30; member of Andros's Woodbridge, John, ideas concerning a bank,
council, 44; prepares charges against 165.
Dudley and Andros, 54; joins with Worsley, Sir Robert, patron of Dudley,
Dudley in projecting a bank, 166; | 69.