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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
futed by George Keith, 497.

at the trial of William Leddra,
Chamberlain, John, for commiserat 194;

ing Friends, is put in prison, warns John Endicott against

shedding any more innocent
brought into Court and remand blood, 195;
ed, 191, 193;

apprehended and put in prison,
banished on pain of death, 199; 206;
released from Boston prison, 211; his trial before the Governor, 207;
returning, is tied to a cart and his death-sentence pronounced,

whipped through three towns, 210;
and dealt with three times in his reinarks when sentenced, 452;
this manner, 220;

prophesies that no more Quakers
his wife's constancy, 225;

shall be put to death by the Pu-
forbidden to reclaim a thief, 226. ritans, 210;
Chapman, Thomas, with the Indians, is released, with twenty-seven

other Friends, 211;
Charles II. orders Quakers under sen carried away from E. Wardel's

tence of death or other corporal house, 251 ;
punishment to be sent to Eng goes to Boston with E. Wharton,
land, 214;

proclaims Liberty of Conscience again visiting Boston, is ordered
in the Colony, 217;.

to be whipped through three
Address to him respecting the towns, 288, 301 ;

Sufferings of Friends in New the same sentence repeated, 303.
England, 318.

Clark, Mary, of London, whipped, im.
Charter of Massachusetts forfeited, prisoned, and banished, 45, 401.

Clifton, Hope, visiting C. Holder in
Chatham, Catharine, sails from Lon- prison, is herself committed, 98.

don to Boston, and in sack-Coale, Josiah, with the Indians, 28;
cloth warns, the inhabitants, imprisoned at Sandwich, 138.

Coddington, Williamı, of Rhode Is-
put in prison, whipped, and ban land, unjustly treated by Bel-
ished, 211, 273;

lingham, 327;
coming again to Boston, is im- | kindly receives Bellingham, 470.
prisoned, 273.

Coleman, Ann, visiting Friends about
Chauncey, Priest, against Friends, Dover, is sentenced to be tied

to a cart and whipped through
Chichester, William, the ship-master, eleven towns, 230;

takes away Mary Fisher and Ann returning to Dover, is maltreat-
Austin, 12.

ed, 235;
Christison, Wenlock, banished from whipped through three towns,

Boston on pain of death, 109; so that she nearly died, 279;
flogged at Plymouth, 170;

imprisoned at Dover, 281.


Coleman, Sarah, imprisoned, whip- Dalton, Timothy and Philemon, of
ped, released, and banished, 211, Hampton, 307.

Danforth, Thomas, Magistrate, his
Collins, J., put in prison and fined, cruelty to E. Hooton, 267, 269;

cruelty toward E. Wharton, 288;
Copeland, John, arrives at Boston, 9; | glories in whipping Friends, 309.

imprisoned and shipped away, Davenport, John, Sudden death of,

brought from Salem to Boston, Davis, Nicholas, coming from Ply-

mouth, is put in prison, 95;
whipped, put in jail, and ban- banished on pain of death, 97;
ished, 45;

expressing pity for Friends, he is
returns to Boston, is sent to pris- | sent to prison, 155.

on, and has his right cur cut Declaration of the General Court con-
off, 75;

cerning the persecutions answered,
befriended by Indians, 123; 8, 462.
banished from Plymouth, 124, Denmark, Friends in, 17.

Dennison, Daniel, Major-general, 60;
is entertained by Magistrate Cud his cruelty to N. Phelps, 65;
worth, 135;

mocks the Salem prisoners, 69;
cruelly lashed at Plymouth, 136; no toleration for Quakers, 87;
at Barnstable is again whipped, challenges appeal to England, 214.

Doctrines, Principles, and Testimo-
imprisoned at Sandwich, 138; nies:
denied passage through New Ha-

Christ's second coming, 446.
ven, 173.

Hat-honour, Refusing, 67, 85, 118,
Cotton, Seaborn, opposes Friends, 127, 152, 191, 193, 196, 222, 283,

303, 327, 421, 461.
takes his priest-hire, 238 ;

Hireling ministry not admissible,
witnesses the whipping of E. 365.
Wardel, 241;

Justification, The ground of, 444,
finds W. Christison in E. War 521.

del's house, and orders his ar Light, The, which shines in the
rest, 251.

heart of man, is the saints' rule
Cowland, Alice, imprisoned, 99.

and world's condemnation,355 ;
Cromwell, Philip,the informer against it is not the natural conscience,
Friends, 242.

Cudworth, James, a Plymouth magis it is the Spirit, 197;

trate, his letter to a friend in it strives long with man, (not
England, 128;

willing that any should perish)
befriends W. Brend and J. Cope yet can only be resisted with
land, 135.

peril, 360, 369;
Curwin, Thomas and Alice, driven this Light of Christ, Witness, or

from their meeting, imprisoned, Word of Faith, is able to save,
and whipped, 471.


Doctrines, Principles, and Testimo- | Doctrines, Principles, and Testimo-
nies, continued :-

nies, continued :-
our life being hid with Christ in Toleration, as defined by some
God, 298, 376;

Puritans, 474, 516, 526.
so “in Hirn we live, move, and Trinity, a term objected to by
have our being,” 303.

Quakers as expressing three
Christ without and the Witness persons, 228, 444.
within not two Christs, but the War, Quakers opposed to, 82,
same, 513;

· 116, 346.
Christ therefore reigns as Lord Dowdney, Richard, brought to Bos-

and King in his people, 373; ton, 47;
obedience to his law forbids the I whipped, imprisoned, and ban-

persecuting spirit which was ished, 47, 402.
in Cain, 299, 309, 346;

Dunster, President, of Harvard, de-
the doctrine of the Inner Light plores the persecution, and says the

opposed in the sayings of nu- Truth will sprend, 236.
merous writers, 527;

Dutch Plantations. See New Nether-
it never leads any into wicked-l lands.

ness, as by some is charged, Dyer, Mary, arrives from Rhode Is-

land, *5; 41.43.
Magistracy owned by Friends, sent to prison, 95;

banished on pain of death, 97;
Oath-taking not practiced by returning, and visiting C. Holder
Quakers, 125.

in prison, is herself comınitted,
Ordinances, how considered by 98;
Friends, 421, 446.

sentenced to death by Endicott,
Plain speech shown to be an 101;
offence, 11, 191, 205, 421.

reprieved when on the scaffold,
Predestination defined by a priest, 110;

conveyed to Rhode Island, 110;
Replies of some Friends to priests sent away from New Haven, 157;

and magistrates on inatters of her execution, after reprieval, 119;
doctrine, 307.

her letter to the General Court at
Resurrection of the body, 445.

Boston, 187;
Scriptures, The, not the saints' her letter to the rulers of Boston,
only rule of life, 252, 444;

after sentence of death, 377;
no rule therein to persecute or some of her last words, 450.

imprison for conscience sake,

EARS OF FRIENDS cut off, 77.- See also
of high estimation by Friends,

and second only to the Holy | Eccles, Solomon, banished, 327.
Spirit who gave them forth, Edwards, Thomas, Treatises of, against
422, 425.

toleration, 474.
Tithes, Taking of, condemned, Emery, John, fined for entertaining

travelling Friends, 258.

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Endicott, John, Governor, his treat-| Fisher, Mary, and Ann Austin, ban-

ment of Mary Fisher and Ann ished to England, 12, 14.
Austin, 13;

Mary, in Venice, 22;
fines N. Upshall, 36;

before the Grand Turk, at Adrian- :
orders H. Gardner whipped, 52; ople, 23.
orders imprisoned Quakers to be Fisher, Samuel, visits the Palatinate,

whipped twice a week, 58, 402; | 19;
says there shall be “no appeal to in Germany, 20;
England," 62; .

at Venice with J. Perrot and oth-
threatens Friends with the loss of ers, 22.
their ears, 75; .

Fox, George, reply as to his claiming
declares his readiness to take life, the gift of tongues, 481;

his prophecy concerning the per-
banishes Quakers on pain of secutors, 543.
death, 85;

France, Friends in, 21.
for not coming to ordinances, 89; Friends in England, who died by rea-
sentences W. Robinson, M. Stev- son of harsh treatment, 506.

enson, and Mary Dyer to death,

GARDNER, Harriet, Whipping of, 51,
his anger at some of the jury for 406.
withholding sentence of death Gargil, Ann, at the Palace of the In-

upon W. Christison, 210; I quisition, in Portugal, 27.
pronounces the death sentence, Gaskin, Samuel, sent to Boston, 55;

fined at Ipswich, 92.
releases a thief from prison lest he Gaunt, Peter, fined for refusing hat-

should become a Quaker, 226; honour, 127;
imprisons E. Hooton, 261;

persecution of, 151.
his cruelty to E. Wharton, 288; Gibbons, Sarah, arrives at Boston, 6;
letter to him from John Smith, imprisoned, and shipped away,

letter to, from Mary Trask and is whipped, 51, 406;
Margaret Smith, 297 ;

is imprisoned and banished, 52;
his miserable end, 200.

is imprisoned at Hartford, her
Ewer, Thomas, plundered, 149.

clothes sold for fees, and she

sent away, 173.
FAMINE in New England, Visitation Gifford, William, fined for non-swear-
of, 559.

ing and attending meetings, 149.
Fisher, Mary, and Ann Austin, arrive Godliness, Great decline of, admitted
at Boston, 9, 10, 399;

by Cotton Mather, 333, 486.
rifled of books and papers, 10; I Goggins, Daniel, Magistrate, his cru-
books burnt in market-place, 10; elty to E. Hooton and others, 267,
put in prison for plain speech, 11; L 270.
their life in prison, 13;

Gould, Daniel, of Salem, put in pris-
ordered to be searched and strip on, 99;
ped, 16, 476;

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;
W. Robinson, M. Stevenson, upon the chastisements of New
himself, etc., 314;

England, 549.
extracts from his book on the per- Hodgson, Robert, at New Amster-

secutions in New England, 456. dam, put in a dungeon, repeatedly
Greenfield, Thomas, fined on several flogged and hung up by the hands,
counts, 142.

163, 487.

Holder, Christopher, arrives at Bos-
HALL, John, visits the King of Den ton, 9;
mark, 17.

imprisoned and shipped away,
Harnet, Edward, and wife, fined for 37;

non-attendance at the meetings of brought from Salem to Boston,
the Puritans, 49, 404.

Harper, Robert, of Sandwich, coming whipped, put in jail, and ban-
to Boston, is committed, 09;

ished, 45;
whipped in the open street, 112; returns to Boston, put in jail, and
fined for non-swearing, 141;

has his right ear cut off, 75;
brought into Court and remand again returning, is put in prison,
ed, 191, 193;

banished on pain of death, 199. banished upon pain of death,
Harris, Thomas, of Barbadoes, re 113;
peatedly whipped, 53;

befriended by Indians, 123 ;
renewed lashing, 58, 407.

banished from Plymouth, 124,
Hatherly, Timothy, Magistrate of 401 :

I'lymouth, favours Friends, 135. whipped at Barnstable, 137.
Hathorn, William, fines Salem peo- Holland, Friends in, 20.

ple for keeping away from pub- Hooton, Elizabeth, coming to Dover,
lic meetings, 48;

is put in prison, 237;
his cruelty to the Southwicks and comes from England to Virginia,
others, 49;

and thence with difficulty to
his treatment of N. Phelps, 66;

Boston, 260;
breaks into Friends' Mectings, 74; sent to jail by Governor Endicott,
thrcatens to sell Quakers, 02;

his cruelty to E. Wharton, 276; driven into the Wilderness, 264;
he wlio once testified against per goes to Rhode Island and Barba-

sccution, turns persecutor, 279; does, 204;
orders E. Wharton to be whipped returning to Boston, is sent away,

for speaking of his cruelty, 280; 205;
stirs up the persecuting spirit, 242. gons to Virginia and to England,
Heatbrot, George, Ship-master, im-

prisoned for not putting off the returns with her daughter to
liat, 327.

Boston, but is denied the right
Higgins, John, companion to W. to buy a house, 205 ;
Amnes, 19.

imprisoned at Hampton, 267;

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