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Jmerican Congregational Union. The American Congregational Union still holds on its way. While attending, from year to year, to the more general objects which it was organized to accomplish, such as diffusing information in regard to our doctrines and polity, promoting unity and fellowship, and stimalating to Christian effort, it has expended a large portion of its labor on the pressing and most important work of aiding the feeble churches in all parts of the country to supply themselves with suitable places of public worship. This work is growing steadily on its hands. Prominent points at the South have called for and received aid, and other places, notwithstanding difficulties, are likely soon to need it. The number of Congregational Churches that are springing up in the States that used to be called “the West,” but are hardly to be called so now,—such as Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, and Wisconsin, — and in the vast regions which for mining or agriculture have recently been opened, is very great, and very many of them urgently need assistance. If they have help at the right moment, they will become well established, and will give a right direction to society from the first. If they are left to struggle on alone, till able to build, without aid, the Christian sanctuaries which are needed, the best opportunities of giving ascendency to the gospel and to Christian education will, in many communities, be irrecoverably lost. At the same time it becomes more and more apparent that our doctrines and principles are wanted in all parts of the country; that they commend themselves, when fairly presented to those who have not known them, and are dear to those who, educated in them, have gone out from their loved New England homes. By the indorsement of the National Council, and the effort made by its recommend. ation to raise, last year, two hundred thousand dollars, - although this was but partially successful, - deeper and wider interest, it is hoped, has been awakened in the great churchbuilding work. There is need, however, that this interest should be increased yet more. As the collections of last year are now nearly all appropriated, the trustees are becoming anxious as to the answer to be given to the numerous and earnest calls that are reaching them from week to week. In some of the border States, where especially there is strong encouragement as regards the prospects of our cause, it will be unfortunate indeed not to be able to respond promptly to the applications made. Will not the Pastors and the Churches see to it that the means of meeting them shall be liberally furnished ? To more than two hundred churches appropriations have been already paid, on the actual completion of their sanctuaries; and some thirty-five or forty more have been voted, and wait only till the edifices are finished. Who can measure the good which has been thus accomplished, or calculate the results of it in the future? It is devoutly to be hoped that the churches will on forefather's day, if not before, the present year, cheerfully pour another hundred thousand dollars into the treasury of the Union. It is for Christ's cause in our own beloved land; it is for our own churches, and our own children and kindred, and for generations that shall come after us, that we are called upon to give generously what is needed.

American Congregational Association. Our readers will want to know, first of all, as to the prospect of the long-talked-of “Library Building,” or “ Congregational Home.” While grateful mention is made of the fact that there “is light ahead,” it must still, in truth, be said that there is a great want of a due appreciation of this now very important object. Noble, princely gifts are made here and there by life-long Congregationalists to educational institutions, already largely endowed, though needing more, doubtless, and yet not one is found among all the brotherhood of our churches who, with his ample means, is ready to say, this building must arise.” Few seem to realize how much such a structure, with its affiliated purposes, is needed as a foundation to our literary institutions, to give them the right tone and character, to cast in the right elements, to keep more in the foreground the great principles of Christian and civil liberty, upon which our free institutions are based, and upon which alone they can be perpetuated. While in theory multitudes, perhaps the great majority, would freely assent to this statement, almost none comprehend the necessity of some visible embodiment of this fact. A great idea has power with a class. The object which commanded the life-blood of the heroes of the Revolution, as an idea, has not the influence over the great masses of New England that Bunker Hill monument has. They demand a symbol of the idea, something that appeals to their senses suggestive of the idea. Our proposed building itself would be a standing and visible argument for civil and Christian liberty, always addressing itself to every beholder. And this would be constantly enforced by the high purposes to which it would be devoted. Our valuable books, increasing week by week, demand more room, better room, safer room; and when having it, their number will be much more rapidly increased. This library is now, and is to be, unlike any other in the country; its speciality being denominational, yet catholic; New England, yet national;j religious, yet civil and political ; indeed, so far as the largest range of local histories will make it so. Such a library is now a great want here in the metropolis of New England; and is wanted now as our polity and doctrines are going forth into the regions lying beyond Mason and Dixon's line. Jacobus,
223 | McKillop,
387 | Plummer,

Fifty thousand dollars have been reliably pledged, and this gives hope of more. The needed building, at all suitable to our great purpose, can not be erected in a proper place for twice that sum. Rev. A. P. Marvin is still in the field soliciting funds in aid of this object. He will gladly visit any Church or individual who will encourage the hope of a hearing with the view to a giving. Funds can also be sent, as below, in any amounts, and will be sacredly devoted to their legitimate purpose.

This library has recently received from the A. B. C. F. M. house the back numbers of many of our religious papers, which, with those on hand, nearly complete some entire files. Where is the generous giver who will place the means at our disposal for binding them, cheaply, suitably for our shelves and for use? Scarcely anything here is more often called for than back numbers or volumes of some of our weekly religious papers. I specify the deficiencies which have already been ascertained, and any one that can help us complete these files will do us a good service.

New YORK OBSERVER, vol. i. (1823), Nos. 1 to 26, inclusive; vol. ii. (1824), No. 7; vol. iii. (1825), Nos. 2, 3, 29 to 48, inclusive; vol. vii. (1829), Nos. 9, 32, 33, 43 ; vol. xxxvi. (1858), Nos. 1, 9.

New York INDEPENDENT, vol. ii. (1850), No. 97 ; vol. v. (1853), Nos. 218, 231, 234.

CONGREGATIONALIST, vol. i. (1849), Nos. 4, 8, 9; vol. ii. (1850), Nos. 18, 19; vol. iii. (1851), No. 52.

NEW ENGLAND PURITAN, vol. i. (1840), Nos. 1, 29, 33, 44 ; vol. ii. (1841), No. 41 ; vol. iv. (1843), Nos. 23, 25, 31, 34, 39, 43; vol. v. (1844), Nos. 4, 12, 17, 46; vol. vi. (1845), Nos. 4, 8, 16, 18, 20, 21, 30, 32, 34, 40; vol. vii. (1846), Nos. 1, 5, 6, 34, 45; vol. viii. (1847), Nos. 36, 37; vol. x. (1849), Nos. 38, 39, 47, 48, 52.

Iowa News LETTER, vol. i. Nos. 2, 7.

We very much want to complete our set of the Piscataqua Evangelical Magazine. We lack vol. ii. (1806), Nos. 3, 4, 5; vol. iii. (1807), No. 3 ; vol. iv. (1808), No. 3, and all after it Our North American still lacks Nos. 3, 4, 5, 9, 13, 15, 20, 21, 22. Direct to

ISAAC P. LANGWORTHY. 23 Chauncy Street, Room No. 10, Boston, Mass.

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INDEX OF NAMES.

NOTE - This Index includes all the names of persons mentioned in this volume except the names of min-
isters given in the general statistics, which are indexed alphabetically on pages 109-121; except also names
of students in the Theological Seminaries on pages 293–297, and of ministers in Maine Conference, pages
309, 310.

The reader is reminded that a given name may occur more than once on the same page.
For general topics, see Table of Contents, pp. II. & iv.

222

Abbe,
24, 28 Beard,

125 Buckman,

124, 208
Abbott, 42, 123, 124, 125, 126, 316 Beecher, 25, 42, 124, 130, 211, 232, Buckingham, 135, 222, 315, 316,
Adair,
313 302, 303, 313, 316, 359, 360, 361,

321
Adams, 27, 122, 123, 126, 226, 233, 362, 363, 361, 365, 366, 367, 368, Budington, 313, 315, 316, 321
237, 240, 306, 313, 314, 321, 325,

369, 370 Bulkley,

125
396, 397 Belknap,

141 Bullard,

122, 209, 303
Agassiz,
215 Bell,
123 Burchill,

387
Aiken,
29, 55, 321 Bellamy,

212 Burdett,

143
Albro,
321 Benedict,
316, 397 Burnham,

397
Alden,
27 Bennett,

16 Burpee,

387
Alexander,
223, 286 Bent,
24, 27, 28 Burr,

149, 213
Allen, 28, 123, 190, 313, 314, 316 Bently,

126 Burt,

151, 374
Allender,
221, 314 Benton,
126, 130, 208, 360 Burton,

122
Allis,
398 Bevoise,

27 Bushnell, 52, 137, 181, 388
Allison,

396 Bigelow,
218, 397, 398 Butler,

28, 223, 327
Allworth,
387 Bill,
214 Butterfield,

123
Anderson,
125, 321, 325 Bingham,

123 Byington,

55, 313
Anthony,
221 Birchard,
313 Byron,

366
Andrews,
321 Bird,

27 Cadwell,
Appleton,

222
214, 228 Bisby,

123 Cairnes,
Apthorp,
396 Biscoe,

| 122 Calkins,

316, 320, 336, 337
Arms,
35, 222 Bissell,

312 Calvin,

184, 185, 189, 385
Armstrong,
19, 328 Bixby,

27, 313 Camp,

56, 222, 314
Arnold,
45, 46 Black,

387 Campbell,

387
Atherton,
44 Blackmer,
126 Carey,

21
Atkinson,
312, 314, 324 Blagden, 124, 278, 326, 329 Carpenter,

122, 314
Atwater,
306, 313 Blake,

397 Carrol,

6
Atwood,

46, 315, 389, 398 Blanchard, 28, 125, 215, 313 Carruthers, 123, 125, 223, 312, 313
Augustine,
189 Bloomfield
143 | Caryl,

175
Babcock,
28, 126 Blood,

302, 314 Chamberlain, 284, 286, 351, 397
Bacon, 46, 125, 131, 134, 135, 136, Boardman,

124, 287 Chandler,

388
139, 140, 216, 306, 313, 315, 316, Bodwell,

56, 398 Chapin,

39, 40
321 Bolton,
332 Chapman,

313
Backus,
124. 223, 389 Bonar,

215 Charpiot,

122, 126
Badger,
42, 46, 124, 315 Bond,

209, 210 Chase,

124, 313, 392
Bailey,
28 Booth,
222 Chesebrough,

160
Baird,
125, 387 Boss,

313 Cheney,

215
Baker,
222, 285, 398 Boutelle,

208, 223 Chickering,

122, 123
Baldwin,

124 Bouton,
61, 124, 222, 321 Childs.

222
Ballard,

394 Boutwell,
41, 42, 43, 44 Claflin,

394
Bancroft,
142, 145, 189 Bowen,
305, 316 Clagget,

123
Bangs,
371 Bowers,

312 Clapp,

27, 312
Barber,
397 Bowles,

387 Clark, 18, 21, 22, 27, 28, 54, 125,
Barbour,

123, 312 Boyd, 123, 209, 222, 223, 487 126, 137, 139, 221, 222, 314, 397,
Bard,
223 Boynton,
314, 316

398
Bardwell,
222, 304, 314 Brace,

304, 398 Clarke,

122, 321, 387
Barker,

56
124, 312, 331, 387 Bradburn,

372' Clary,
Barnes, 27, 123, 125, 207, 315, 316, Bradford,

123, 221 : Cleaveland, 140, 222, 223, 306, 313
320 Bradstreet,

16 Clinton,

222
Barnard,
223 Brainerd,
213, 370 Clizbe,

223
Barrett,
126 Brandt,
123 Cobb,

27
Barrows,
821, 336 Brastow,

123, 313 Codman, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 24, 25,
Barstow,
50, 222, 321 Bray,

27

26, 27, 237
Bartlett,

303
15, 122, 123, 221, 223. Bridge,

175 Coffin,
314, 321, 393, 397 Bridges,

56 Coggshall,

371
Barton,
813 | Briggs,

222 Cozyswell,

24, 28
Bascom,
221, 314 Brigham,
24, 28 Coit,

314
Batchelder,
222 | Bristol,
126 Coke,

372
Bates,
17, 22, 126 Brooks, 125, 143, 314, 316, 824, 397 Colburn,

398
Batt,
123 Bross,

125 Colby,

24, 28
Baxter,
29, 236 Broughton,
28, 315 Cole,

123, 221
Bayley,
153 Brown, 1, 3, 4, 6, 10, 28, 65, 122, 'Coleman,

313
Bayliss,

122
124, 284, 312, 333, 387. Collins,

16
Bayne,
387 Bryant,

123 Cotton,

139, 396, 398
Beach,
211 Bryning,

397 Conkling,

223, 300
Bean,
313 Buck,
50, 324 Couverte,

313

Cooke,

237
50, 55, 125, 214, 222, 398 Elwell,

316, 320 Grennell,
Cooley,
397 Ely,
398 Gregory,

225
Coolidge,
397 Embury,

372, 373 Griffin,

19, 21, 22, 27, 362
Cordley,

28, 56, 398 Emerson, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 27, Grimes,
Corey,

126
125, 269, 274, 276, 313, 315, 396 Grosvenor,

285, 313
Cornell,

28 Emery,
28, 55, 122, 124, 397
Guernsey,

321, 397
Cotton,

152 Emmons,
123, 186, 213 Guier,

372
Couch,
28, 221 English,

215 Gulliver,

125, 222
Cowles,
122 Eustis,

140 Gurley,

284, 285
Cozzens,

398
24, 28, 122 Evarts,

178, 327 Hackett,
Craig,
398 Everest,
813 Haley,

314
Craigin,
210 Ewald,

307 Hall,

143, 221, 270, 313, 331, 373
Crane,

1.30
124, 222, 398 Fairbairn,

222 Halleck,
Crawford,
56, 222 Farnsworth,

27 Halliday,

214, 222
Crocker,
374 Farrar,
41 Hamilton,

125
Crocker & Brewster,
305 Farwell,

398 Hamlin,
Cromwell,

145 Fay,
28, 124, 207 Hammatt,

373
Crosby,
123, 326 Fellows,
125, 221 Hammond,

28, 391
Cross,
56, 122, 330 Felt,

24, 28

11

Hancock,
Cruickshanks,
279 Fenn,
397 398 Harding,

28, 125

387
Cummings, 28, 312, 315, 397, 398 Fenwick,

Harlow,

28
Cundall,
27, 126 Ferris,

124 Harman,

305
Curtis,

16
24, 28, 221, 305, 314 Fessenden,

232 Harridan,
Curtiss,
397 Field, 216, 313, 314, 321, 397 Harrington,

126
47 Finley,

21
Cushman,

Harris,

55,397
Cushing,
122, 333, 334 Finton,

387 | Hartshorn,

14
Cutler, 27, 123, 124, 177, 222, 281, Fisher,

53, 124, 140, 306 | Harvey, 211, 222, 364, 397
397, 398 Fiske, 1, 2, 5, 6, 123, 124, 125, 222,

Hatch,

316
Cutts,

144
312, 394, 396, 397 Haven,

312
Cutting,
144 Fitch,
27, 337 Havens,

312
Daggett,
125, 315 Fitts,

397
Hawes,

122, 123, 124, 221
Dana,
23 Fletcher,

312 Hay,
Daniels,
123 Foote,
361 | Hayden,

12
Danielson,
122, 126 Ford,

123 Hayes,

28, 40, 124, 125
Darling,
222 Fosdick,

314 | Hayward,

313, 314, 382
Dascomb,

397 Foster,' 27, 123, 313, 314, 331, 397 Hazen,
Davenport,

141
162, 313, 359 Fox, 122, 126, 313, 392, 398 Hazzard,
Davies,
55 Foxton,

53 Heacock,
Davis, 16, 28, 55, 124, 315, 316, 320 Fowle,

396 Headley,

222
324, 398 Fowler,

391 Healey,

398
Day,

11
123, 124, 313, 387, 397 Fraser,

314, 387 Heard,
Dean,
51, 222, 397 Frear,

122 Hedge,
Demond,
27 Freeland,
312 Hemmenway,

271
Denham,
28 Freeman,
125 Henchman,

178
Dennen,
313 French,
126, 316 Hetrick,

123
Dennis,
126 Frink,
123 Hickok,

146
Dexter, 54, 241, 321, 322, 324, 381 Frisbie,

122 Hidden,

123, 313
Dickerman,
27 Froude,

52 Higgins,
Dickinson,

124
27, 28, 213, 222, 286 Fuller,

125 Hill,
312 Fulton,
394 Hillard,

312
Dickson,
122, 387 Gallileo,

191 Hills,

223, 397
Dimock,

123
126, 285 Gallup,

124 | Hinsdale,
Dinsmore,
312 | Gainbee,

223 Hitchcock,

25, 27, 28, 123, 125
Dodd,
28, 397 Gano,

374 Hobart,

27, 55
Dodge,

387
123, 125, 313, 394 Gardiner,

362, 397 Hodgskin,
Douglas,
122, 387 Garman,

125 Holbrook,

313
Dow,
313, 396 Gay,

24, 25, 27, 285 Holland,
222 Gaylord,

124
Dowden,

Hollis,

178
Dowse,
124 | Geikie,

314, 387 Ilolmes, 19, 123, 208, 313, 316
Doxtater,
208 | Gerould,

397 Hooker,

9, 122, 126, 222, 391
Draper,

147
50, 214 Gibbs,

397 Hooper,
Dresser,
47 Gibson,

142 Hopkins, 182, 185, 186, 212, 315, 332
Dryden,
239 Gilbert,
394 Hopley,

223
Dudley,

124 Gile,
21, 24, 26, 27 Hoppin,

221
Dull,
56, 123, 222, 387 Gillett,

216 Hosmer,

51
Dummer,

123
147, 148, 268 Gilman,

336 Houston,
Duncan,
28 Gladden,

55, 223 Hovey,
Dunning,
312 Gleason,

222 Howard,
Duren,
55 Godfrey,
141, 145 Howe,

223
Durfee,
28 Goffe,

48 Howland,

27, 28, 331
Dutton,
129, 223 Goldsmith,

28 Hoyt,
Dwight, 23, 24, 28, 126, 185, 186, Goodnough,

221 Hubbard,

124, 143, 321. 364
360, 364, 365 | Goodrich,

27, 122 Hull,

141,
Dwinell,
123, 128 Goodwin,

175 Humphrey,

125
Duras,
96 Goodyear,

125 Hunt,
Dyer,
373 Gookins,

315 Huntington,

Gorges,
Eastman, 17, 24, 27, 28, 122, 222.

141, 142, 145, 147 Hurd,

56, 3:15
312, 315, 391, 397 Gott,

16 Hurlbutt,

144
Eaton,
124, 209, 300), 313 Gouch,

53

IIurst,
Ebbs,

314
312, 387, 397 Goud,

316, 397 Hutchins,
Eckley,

18 Gould & Lincoln,
215, 305 Hutchinson,

148. 31
Edly,
28, 55, 122, 125, 313 Granger,

397 lyde,

126, 321, 347
Edgell,

315 Gray

28, 289, 291
Ide,

122, 123, 124, 306, 321
Edwards, 28, 35, 123, 134, 185, 189 Greeley,

215

272
212, 213, 351, 368, 397 Green, 225, 302, 306, 314, 325, 326 Ingraham,
Eldridge,

398 Ingham,

123
327, 328, 329 Isham,

24. 28
Elliott,
148, 313, 397 Greenhill,

175 Jackson,

9, 10, 214, 222

53, 214

124, 316

22, 24, 28, 222

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369
James,
124 Melane,

314 Pomeroy,

24, 27, 28
Jameson,
124, 125 McLeish,

27 Pond,

66, 214
Janes,
286 McLellan,

6 | Pope,

6, 123
Jenkins,
397 McLeod,

125, 387 | Porter, 22, 27, 221, 303, 365, 389
Jewett,
1, 11, 38, 55 Mead,

10, 377 Post,

56, 312, 315, 321
Johnson,

28
44, 123, 125 Means,

28, 123, 125, 321 Potter,
Jones,

146
41, 56, 124, 313 Melledge,

321 Potun,
Jordan,
142 Mellis,
222, 398 Potwin,

345
Joslyn,
314 Merrick,
315 Powers,

28
Judd,
124 Merrill,'. 56, 222, 314, 335, 396, 398 Pratt,

286
Judson,
223 Merritt,
312 Preble,

273
Kean,
387 Merry,

126 Prince,

125, 312
124 Mershon,

313 Prouty,
Kedzie,

208
Kelsey
126 Miantonomoh,

338 Punchard,

149, 324
Kendall,
287 Miller,
9, 20, 27 Putnam,

52, 313, 397
Kennedy,
397 Milliken,
222 Quick,

222
King,
387 Millnan,
307 | Quincy,

338
Kingsbury,
27, 221, 397 Mills,

28, 125 Quint, 54, 55, 199, 222, 241, 293,
Kingman,
315, 321 Milton,

134

321, 397
Kirk,

305
222, 278, 312, 313 Miter,

321 | Randolph,
Kitchel,
124 222, 315, 398 Mix,

221 Rankin,

124, 313
Knight,

387
56, 126, 312 Montague,

56 Rawson,
Knowlton,

122
122, 124 Montgomery,

396 Read,
Knox,

286 Mooar,

125, 221, 312, 321, 396 Reed, 28, 55, 302, 314, 315, 397
Kollock,
18, 19 Moody,
147, 267 Reeve,

284, 363
Kribs,
387 Moore, 28, 55, 123, 124, 125, 223 Renan,

53
Labaree,
124, 397 Morgan,
65, 222 Reynolds,

22, 144
Ladd,
124 Morris,

55 Rice,

171
Laird,
222 Morrison,

123 Rich,

28, 222, 312
Lambert,

315, 316 Morse, 18, 19, 20, 21, 24, 27, 123 Richards, 221, 313, 397, 398
Lancashire,
387 Morton,
125, 158 Richardson,'

27, 124
Lane,
16, 28, 124, 223, 312,
Munger,

223

24 Riddell,
Langworthy, 54, 127, 128, 224, 315, Munroe,

398 Riggs,

27
316, 321, 324, 396, 400 Munson,

125, 313 Rish worth,

149
Laud,
143 Murphy,
214 Ritchie,

387
Lawrence,

314
126, 173, 221, 242, 397 Murray,

124 Robbins,
Leach.
27, 397 Nelson,

304 Robie,

312
Learned,
124, 223 | Newcomb,

398 Robinson, 13, 124, 212, 221, 345,
Leavitt,
221 Newman,

126

351, 387, 398
Leckey,
53 Nichols, 53, 123, 126, 221, 313 Rockwood,

24, 28, 313
Lee, 10, 28, 35, 48, 223, 394 Noble,

55, 223, 387 Roden,

215
Leeds,
312 Norcross,

126 Rogers,

122, 127, 372
Leffingwell,
126, 398 | Norton,

211 Root,

55
Leonard,
28, 126 Noyes,

28, 53, 172 Ropes,

125, 225, 229, 239
Lewis, 28, 46, 124, 211, 381, 387 Nutting,

208 Rose,

56, 209
Lightbody,
313 Nye,

175 Rose,

55, 222, 223
Lincoln,
214, 215 Oliphant,
333, 336 Rouse,

314
Lindsley,
315 Osborne,

124 Roy,

55, 312, 317, 396
Locke,
126 Otis,

314 Russel,

21, 28, 394
Lord, 122, 123, 313, 338, 339 | Oviatt,

313 Ryder,

221
Loring,
313, 314 Owen,
175, 184, 185 Sabin,

313
Love,
396 Packard,
24, 27, 28 Sabine,

24, 28
Lumsden,
387 Page,
123, 222 Sadler,

398
Luther,
332, 385 Paine,

51, 361 Safford,

124, 277, 312
Lyman,
222, 271, 286 Palmer, 51, 287, 312, 314, 315, 316, Salter,

124, 222
Lyon,

394
319, 321, 389 Sanborn,

22, 397
Magoun,
222, 315, 316 Parish,

21 Sanderson,

387
Maltby,
24, 28, 396 Park, 27, 28, 48, 122, 123, 124, 213, Sanford,

24, 27, 28, 313
Mandell,

223, 315, 397 Sargent,

123
Mann,
28, 287 Parker, 53, 122, 149, 221, 223 Savage,

27, 142, 144, 314
Manning,
122, 124, 221 Parmlee,
211, 393 Sawin,

314
Marling,
122, 387 Parsons,
222, 333, 397 Sawtelle,

124
Marsh,
305 Patrick,

123 Sawyer,

141, 267, 313
Marshall,
215 Patterson,
303 Scales,

223
Martin,
122 Patton,
312, 315 Schofield,

303
Marvin, 125, 128, 315, 316, 321, 322, Payson,

365 Scott,

305
398, 400 Peabody,

24, 28 Scribner, 52, 53, 215, 305, 306
Mason, 55, 223, 327, 336, 394 Pease,

306 Searle,

126
Mather, 144, 147, 148, 152, 270 Peckham,

334, 336 Searight,

387
Matthews,
398 Peet,

298 Seccomb,

222, 398
May,
21 Peloubet,

396 Seelye,

299, 314, 397
Maynard,
124, 125 Pelton,

122 Sessions,

28
Maxwell,
397 Pennel,

315 Sewall,

276, 314, 396, 397
McCallum,
381 Perkins, 24, 27, 28, 124, 126 Seymour,

221, 350
McCauley,
371 Perry, 28, 124, 125, 223, 313 Shanks,

387
McCallum,
124, 125 Phelps,

210 Shattuck,

396
McCosh,
397 Phillips,
28, 147 Shearer,

122
McDonald,
387 Phipps,
397 Shedd,

28
McEwen,
132 Pickett,

28 Sheldon, 24, 26, 28, 215, 329
McGinley,

122, 125 Pierce,' 27, 28, 47, 48, 49, 125, 126 Shepard, 123, 124, 222, 315, 321,
MoGlashen,
387 Pierson,
125

394
McGregor,
387 Pitman,
314 Sherrill,

123
McKay,
387 Plato,
193 Sibley,

148
McKeen,
399 Platt,

313 Silliman,

133, 306
McKelican,
387 Plimpton,
398 Simmons,

279
McKenzie,

124 Plumb,
123, 397, 398 Simpkin,

215

125

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