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Case's (Thomas) crew, Story of, as re- Christison, Wenlock, returning to
lated by Increase Mather, and con Boston, shows himself in Court
at the trial of William Leddra,
ing Friends, is put in prison, warns John Endicott against
shedding any more innocent
apprehended and put in prison,
whipped through three towns, 210;
prophesies that no more Quakers
shall be put to death by the Pu-
other Friends, 211;
tence of death or other corporal house, 251 ;
to be whipped through three
Sufferings of Friends in New the same sentence repeated, 303.
Clark, Mary, of London, whipped, im.
Clifton, Hope, visiting C. Holder in
don to Boston, and in sack-Coale, Josiah, with the Indians, 28;
Coddington, Williamı, of Rhode Is-
Coleman, Ann, visiting Friends about
to a cart and whipped through
takes away Mary Fisher and Ann returning to Dover, is maltreat-
Boston on pain of death, 109; so that she nearly died, 279;
imprisoned at Dover, 281.
Coleman, Sarah, imprisoned, whip- Dalton, Timothy and Philemon, of
Danforth, Thomas, Magistrate, his
cruelty toward E. Wharton, 288;
imprisoned and shipped away, Davenport, John, Sudden death of,
mouth, is put in prison, 95;
expressing pity for Friends, he is
on, and has his right cur cut Declaration of the General Court con-
cerning the persecutions answered,
Dennison, Daniel, Major-general, 60;
mocks the Salem prisoners, 69;
Doctrines, Principles, and Testimo-
Christ's second coming, 446.
Hat-honour, Refusing, 67, 85, 118,
303, 327, 421, 461.
Hireling ministry not admissible,
Justification, The ground of, 444,
del's house, and orders his ar Light, The, which shines in the
heart of man, is the saints' rule
and world's condemnation,355 ;
trate, his letter to a friend in it strives long with man, (not
willing that any should perish)
peril, 360, 369;
from their meeting, imprisoned, Word of Faith, is able to save,
Doctrines, Principles, and Testimo- | Doctrines, Principles, and Testimo-
nies, continued :-
Puritans, 474, 516, 526.
Quakers as expressing three
· 116, 346.
and King in his people, 373; ton, 47;
persecuting spirit which was ished, 47, 402.
Dunster, President, of Harvard, de-
opposed in the sayings of nu- Truth will sprend, 236.
Dutch Plantations. See New Nether-
ness, as by some is charged, Dyer, Mary, arrives from Rhode Is-
land, *5; 41.43.
banished on pain of death, 97;
in prison, is herself comınitted,
sentenced to death by Endicott,
reprieved when on the scaffold,
conveyed to Rhode Island, 110;
and magistrates on inatters of her execution, after reprieval, 119;
her letter to the General Court at
after sentence of death, 377;
imprison for conscience sake,
EARS OF FRIENDS cut off, 77.- See also
and second only to the Holy | Eccles, Solomon, banished, 327.
travelling Friends, 258.
Endicott, John, Governor, his treat-| Fisher, Mary, and Ann Austin, ban-
ment of Mary Fisher and Ann ished to England, 12, 14.
Mary, in Venice, 22;
before the Grand Turk, at Adrian- :
whipped twice a week, 58, 402; | 19;
at Venice with J. Perrot and oth-
Fox, George, reply as to his claiming
his prophecy concerning the per-
France, Friends in, 21.
enson, and Mary Dyer to death,
GARDNER, Harriet, Whipping of, 51,
upon W. Christison, 210; I quisition, in Portugal, 27.
fined at Ipswich, 92.
should become a Quaker, 226; honour, 127;
persecution of, 151.
is imprisoned and banished, 52;
is imprisoned at Hartford, her
clothes sold for fees, and she
sent away, 173.
ing and attending meetings, 149.
by Cotton Mather, 333, 486.
Gould, Daniel, of Salem, put in pris-
whipped in the open street, 112;
Gould, Daniel, of Salem, his relation | Higginson, John, of Salem, 242;
of some passages concerning his book against the Quakers, 419;
secutions in New England, 456. dam, put in a dungeon, repeatedly
Holder, Christopher, arrives at Bos-
imprisoned and shipped away,
non-attendance at the meetings of brought from Salem to Boston,
has his right ear cut off, 75;
befriended by Indians, 123 ;
banished from Plymouth, 124,
I'lymouth, favours Friends, 135. whipped at Barnstable, 137.
ple for keeping away from pub- Hooton, Elizabeth, coming to Dover,
is put in prison, 237;
and thence with difficulty to
sccution, turns persecutor, 279; does, 204;
for speaking of his cruelty, 280; 205;
Boston, but is denied the right
imprisoned at Hampton, 267;