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February Meeting, 1873. Tribute by the President to J. Francis Fisher; Letter of S. K. Lothrop; Letter of Jos. S. Fay; Winthrop Papers; Governor Winthrop on Baptism; Communication by Mr. Deane; Governor Winthrop to Mr. Endicott; John Cotton's Answer to Roger Williams; Selections from Letter-Book of Samuel Sewall; Communication by Mr. Waterston; Extract of Letter from Hugh Blair Grigsby; Names of Towns in Massachusetts; News-Letters; Communication by Mr. Deane

Robert C. Winthrop, George S. Hillard, S. K. Lothrop, Mr. Deane, Dr. Ellis, Thomas C. Amory, R. C. Waterston and William H. Whitmore
Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society
Vol. 12 (1871 - 1873), pp. 330-432
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[Footnotes]
  • Hutchinson Papers, pp. 27, 28, 30, 31.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Young*s Chronicles of Massachusetts, 159, 256, 257.
    • Increase Mather's Brief History, postscript, pp. 1, 2.
  • This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Kent's Commentaries, iii. 377-401.
    • his History (i. 369)
    • Winthrop's History (i. 122)
    • John Bulkley's treatise, prefixed to Roger Wolcott's "Poetical Meditations," New London, 1725.
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    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • 4 Mass. Hist. Coll. vi. 186-188
    • Staples"s Annals of Providence, 21-45, 562-591
    • Arnold's Hist, of R.I., i. 100-103
    • Bartlett's Records of the Colony of R.I., &c., i. 14, 18,19.
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    Judge Sul- livan, in his History of Maine, remarks that "the Indian conveyances clearly amounted to nothing more than a contract, made by the chief, on consent of his tribe, that the savages should not make war on the white people for taking lands to a certain extent into possession. In this way we may account for one Sachem's selling the same tract to several different purchasers ; for if the deed was only an agreement upon peace and friendship, there could, in the Indian's view, be no immorality in making the con- tract with as many as might appear to demand it." (pp. 135,136.)
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • "Notes and Queries," vol. ii. pp. 327, 328.
    • S[imon] Berington a catholic priest, author of "Dissertations on the Mosaical Creation, Deluge, building of Babel, and confusion of Tongues," &c, London, 1750.
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    Holland (Hist. W. Mass. ii. 201)
  • Arnold's History of Rhode Island, ii. 157.
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    Proceedings for March, 1867, p. 491
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • fourth and fifth pages of his "New England's Trials,"
    • Memorial Volume of the Popham Celebration, App. pp. 104-107, Portland, 1863.