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Leyden, continued -

Mease, Rev. Wm., notice of, 111.
a patent in name of John Wincopp, Merchant Tailor's Company, 25.
128 ; obtain second patent, 129; 'Mercure Francois,” account of first
invited to Manhattan, 130; land Virginia voyage, 15, 17.
at New Plymouth, 131.

Mellinge, Mr., 168, 361.
Lincoln, Earl of; see Clinton.

Middleton, Mr., 189.
Livery companies of London, 25. Mill, first in Virginia, 283.
London vagabond children, 161. Ministers of Gospel, names of :
Lorkin, Rev. Thos., and proposed col- Bennett, Rev. Wm., 194.
lege, 138.

Bolton, Rev. Robert, 220, 224.
Lotteries, 25, 64.

Buck, Rev. Richard, 33, 111.
Lusty youths transported, 237.

Copland, Rey. Patrick, 251, 256, 377.
Luxuries discountenanced, 242.

Davenport, Rev. John, 260.
Fontaine, Rev.

Gouge, Rev. Wm., 103.
M.

Harrison, Rev. Thos., 252.

Hopkins, Rev., 315.
Macar's, Owen, plantation, slain at, 342. Hunt, Rev., 17.
Macock, Samuel, a Cambridge scholar, Launce, Rev., 314.

113, 139, 286 ; killed by Indians, Leate, Rev., 309, 314.
320.

Lorkin, Rev. Thos., 254.
Madison, Capt., 100, 174, 202.

Mease, Rev. Wm., 111.
Magazine of goods, 277.

Paulet, Rev. Robert, 311.
Maids sent for wives, 234, 262, 263 ; un- Pemberton, Rev., 314.

married to have good masters, 247 ; Peters, Rev. Hugh, 252.
marriage terms, 235, 246 ; in ships Staples, Rev., 271, 378.
Tiger and Marmaduke, 245 ; care- Stockton, Rev., 224.
fully selected, 246.

Thomas, Rev., 248, 278.
Maid's Town, 298.

Whitaker, Rev. Alex., 113.
Mansell, Robert, 292.

White, Rey. Andrew, 248.
Manwaring, Sir P., describes Yeardley, Wickham, Wm., 224.
134.

Wyatt, Rev. Hant, 223, 224.
Map by Virginia Ferrar, 191.

Ministers of Gospel, offer services, 217;
Martin, Brandon, slain at, 314

in Yeardley's time, 138.
Martin, Capt. John, member of first Mole, Samuel, Surgeon, 403.

Council, 15; opposes Wingfield, Montgomery, Earl of, 97, 293.
19 ; with Somers and Gates, 30; Moone, captain of the Swallow, 30.
master of Iron Works, 43 ; returns
from England, 113; complained of
by Rolfe, 141 ; certificate to, 292 ;

N.
his request not granted, 289, 292 ;
concerning King's Forest, 312 ; dis- Nanamack, Indian lad, dies in England,
placed by Lord Delaware, 313.

96.
Martin, John, the Persian, 378.

Nansemonds attacked by Yeardley, 364.
Martin, Richard, attorney of Virginia Negroes, brought by ship Treasurer, 120;

Company, 68; before Parliament, census of, in 1624, 121.
70 ; begs pardon, 71.

Nelson, Capt., arrives at Jamestown, 22.
Martin's Hundred, 140, 179, 237, 242, Nemenachanew, a chief, 366.

247, 259, 358, 375; slain at, 344. Nettersole, Sir Francis, 177.
Maryland, marriage in, 248.

Newce, Sir Wm., Marshal of Virginia,
Massacre by Indians, 293, 316, 319; 178, 218; death of, 374.

relation of, by Waterhouse, 317. Newce, Thos., superintendent of lands,
Mastiffs to chase Indians, 321.

178, 189, 232, 286, 304; sends home
Matchopongo, 50.

white earth, 228; to have cattle
Matthew, Archbishop of York, 25.

from Ireland, 229; widow of, 381,
May-Flower, ship, 132, 133.

382.

pany, 67.

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New England, name of, 206.

Paramore, Mr., 215.
New Englanders invited to Virginia, Parker, William, 5.
194.

Parkinson, Lt., explores the Potomac,
Newfoundland, Gates and Somers sail 337, 338.
for, 41.

Parliament, seat of Sir George Somers
New Netherlands Co., and Leyden non- vacated ; remarks on Virginia Com-

conformists, 130.
Newport, Capt. Christopher, and first Passe, Simon, engraving of Pocahontas,

expedition, 5; to explore for two 98.
months, 8; to select a site, 9; to Passenger register to be kept, 359.
write a narrative, 13; presents croco- Patent, new, for company, draft of, 205.
diles to king, 14; returns to England, Patents granted in 1619, 182 ; recom-
17; second voyage to Virginia, 19; mended and granted, 315, 334.
visits Powhatan, 20; second return Paulett, Rev. Mr., 140, 281, 286, 311.
to England, 22; third voyage, 22 ; Pearle, Gregory, 403.
wrecked with Gates and Somers, Peirce, Abm., plantation, slain at, 340.
31; retires from Virginia, 52; master Peirce, John and Leyden, people, 129;
in Royal Navy, 52 ; goes to Persia, and associates, 133, 170; patent of
52 ; beard pulled by Dale, 73.

land to, 168.
Newport, John, only son of captain, 164. Peirce, Thomas, plantation, slain at, 345.
Tlinis ,

Newport News, 196 ; Gookin's land at, Pemberton, Rev. Mr.
314.

Pembroke, Earl of, 284, 292.
294 Norfolk, Upper, 176.

Percy, George, 31, 32, 34, 42, 51.
North, Lord, 186.

Perkins, Rev. Mr., works presented, 197.
North, Capt., 186.

Perry's, Mr., Indian, reveals the plot to
North, Charles, patent to, 261.

kill, 320.
North Virginia Colony, 165; disputes Persons, Elizabeth, married, 34.

about fisheries, 173, 175, 176, 195, Peters, Rev. Hugh, 252.
198.

Pett, Capt., 30.
Norton, Capt. Wm., and glass works, Phillips, Eleanor, takes a male convict,
231, 310; and Italians, 236, 284.

347.
Physician General Dr. Bohun, 200.
Physicians, want of, 171.
Pierse, Thos., sergeant-at-arms, 139.

Pine masts sent to England, 52.
Oak trees, to be cut down and barked, Pirkett, Miles, 249.
239.

Pitch and tar, 283.
Oath taken by President of Virginia Plantations to be resettled, 328.
Council, 6.

Pochins, son of Powhatan, 51.
Offley, Robert, 300.

Pocahontas, described in True Relation,
Olevan, Anthony, 194.

83; described in General History, 83;
Opochankano, 100, 171, 279, 316, 362, described by Strachey, 84, 85; ab-
366.

duction of, 86; in England, 97;
Orders for first expedition, 6.

portrait of, 98; death of, 98; Ben
Ordinance by ship Charles, 265.

Jonson alludes to, 100; her child,
Owens, Richard, plantation slain at, 101.
342.

Point Comfort, 32, 74, 87, 98.

Pollington, John, 131.
P.

Polonians enfranchised, 153.

Poole, Robert, 182.
Pace, Mr., notifies Governor of massacre, Pooley, Mr., complains of widow Jor-
320.

dan, 383.
Pagett, Lord, 169, 266, 273.

Popham Colony, 30.
Palmer, Edward, sketch of, 315.

Popham, George, 3.
Palmer's Island, 197 ; academy at, 197. Population of Virginia, 111; in 1611,
Pamunkeys, attacked, 264.

51; in 1619, 179.

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Pory, John, Secretary of Colony, 135, | Rolfe, continued —

139, 142, 176, 221, 226, 304, 418; tobacco planter, 94; with Poca-
sketch of, 135, 136.

hontas in England, 97; Secretary
Potomac River explored, 337.

of Colony, 98; his widow and
Pott, John, M.D., 221, 224, 286 ; sketch children, 102; complains of Capt.
of, 221.

Martin, 141.
Pountis, John, Vice Admiral, 189, 226, Rolfe, Thomas, son of Pocahontas, 98.
234, 236, 272, 280, 286, 376.

Rossingham, Mr., 140.
Powell, Capt. W., 139, 364.

Ruggle, George, author of “Ignoramus,"
Powell, Nathaniel, killed by Indians, 362 ; legacy for Indian education,
320; plantation, slain at, 343.

362, Nicholas Ferrar's eulogy of,
Powell, Thomas, cook of Somers, 34.

363.
Powhatan, 20, 90, 91, 93.

Russel, Sir W.,300.
Poyntz, Mr., patent to, 182.
Presbyterian Colony, 127.
Pring, Martin, captain of Royal James,

S.
314.
Privy Council and the Company, 390 ; Sackville, Sir Edward, rebuked, 390.
demands the charter, 412.

Sagadahoc river, 49 ; pinnace Virginia
Prosser, Thomas, 404.

built at, 30.
Publications on Virginia numerous, 25. St. John, Lord, presents coats of mail,
Purchas, Rev. Samuel, 64; and case of 362.
widow Jordan, 383.

St. Michael's church, 360.
Puritans of Leyden, 122 ; defined by St. Sythe's, 379.
King James, 122 ; in Virginia, 184. Salt works, 270.

Sanders, Edward, 403.

Sandys, George, Treasurer of Virginia,
R.

101, 208, 223, 236, 284, 308, 309,

356, 364, 376; Drayton's poem to,
Raleigh, Sir Walter, 69, 197, 284 ; son 208; letter on the massacre,

319;
of, 379.

supt. of College lands, 336; supt.
Randolph, Johın, of Roanoke, 105.

of iron works, 338.
Randolph, Richard, marries great grand- Sandys, Sir Edwin, on Indian education,
daughter of Pocahontas, 105.

105; and Leyden people, 124; elect-
Rappahannock Indians, 364.

ed Treasurer of Virginia Company,
Ratcliffe, Capt. John, 6, 15, 19, 31.

143 - 145 ; meeting at his house to
Rayner, Capt. Marmaduke, 175, 220, devise a seal, 153 ; letter about
402.

London children, 161 ; and Sec.
Read, James, blacksmith, early settler, Calvert, 162 ; retiring speech of,
289 ; Isabella, his widow, 289.

179 ; hated by King James, 185 ;
Register book for emigrants, 359.

readiness to serve Virginia Com-
Rich, Sir Nathaniel, 150, 151.

pany, 189 ; denies a rumor, 186;
Rider, Mr., and annual supper, 361.

drafts a new patent, 205 ; obliged
Roanoke settlement, 16, 199 ; country to leave London, 416.
explored, 220.

Sassafrass wanted, 357, 373.
Roberts, Mr., 104, 253.

Savage, Thomas, 92.
Robinson, a clerk, kidnaps girls, 121. Saw mills, 227, 239, 270.
Robinson, Mary, donation for church, School, East India, at Charles City, 254 ;

181 ; a settler, killed by Indians, 19. usher for, 256.
Robinson, Rev. John, of Leyden, 124, Scrivener, Mr., of Virginia Council, 20.
197.

Sea Flower brings news of Massacre,
Rocroft, Capt., alias Stallenge, 163.

319.
Roe, Sir Thomas, 175, 178, 192, 196. Seal cut for Virginia, 155.
Rolfe, John, quoted by Purchas, 105 ; Seed sent to Virginia, 270 ; scarcity of,

describes Virginia, 107, 108; his 275.
child born at Bermudas, 34; early Sermon, donation for yearly, 259.

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430
Sermon, Rev. John Davenport to preach, / Ship, Swan, of Barnstable, 181, 200.

Tiger, 245, 263, 267.
260; Rev. John Donne, to preach,

Treasurer, 75, 120.
360; annual, postponed, 382.

Trial, 171, 181, 200.
Shakespeare's Tempest, 54.

True Love, 365, 392.
Sharp, Capt., killed, 341.
Sharp, Lt., in command at Jamestown,

Virginia, 30.
111.

Warwick, 241, 249, 263, 267, 274,
Sharpless, Thomas, his lottery prize, 66.

355, 371.
Shaw, Wm., captain of London Mer.

Wm. and Thomas, 119.
chant, 171.

Ships, arrivals in three years, 330.
Sheffield, Lord, 186, 240, 292.

Ship building, 238, 268, 308, 373.
Sheffield plantation, killed at, 339 – 40. Ships sent to Virginia, 1619, 181.
Shelley, Walter, 140.

Sickness, great, in Virginia, 174.
Shepherd, Thomas, 240, 250, 273, 311. Silenus praises wine, 63.
Sherley Hundred, 110.

Silkgrass, 174, 308, 373.
Sherley, Sir Robert, 52.

Silkworm seed, 241, 264, 270, 285 ;
Ship, Abigail, 324, 362.

hatched, 372.
Blessing, 31, 36, 37.

Silkworms, book on, 258, 303.
Bona Nova, 174, 180, 223, 241, 261, Smalley, Captain, 109, 258; widow, 258.
266, 272, 293.

Smith, Capt. John, suspected,
Bona Venture, 181, 200.

opposes Wingfield, 19; accused of
Bonny Bess, 391.

lying, 20; sent to England, 32;
Charles, 265.

as member of Virginia Company,
Darling, 261.

209, 210, 214, 215, 216, 385 ; notice
Deliverance, 40, 44.

of, 211 ; described by Fuller, 214.
Diamond, 30, 31.

Smith, Capt. Matthew, 30, 53, 55, 60.
Discovery, 40, 261, 265, 270. Smith, Roger, 49, 174, 201, 376.
Duty, 167, 181, 241, 373.

Smith, Sir Thomas, 74, 75, 117, 174. 177,
Eleanor, 120.

192; retiring speech, 144 ; Virginia
Elizabeth, 75.

Company, dissatisfied with, 144;
Falcon, 171, 181 200.

Virginia Company meets at his
Garland, 181.

house, 144, 151, 188; and college
George, 114, 174, 179, 233, 241, 292. money, 156 ; cursed by Virginians,
Gift, 149.

408, 409; destroys Virginia Com-
God Speed, 5.
Hercules, 36, 37.

Smith, Thomas, captain of Hopewell,
Hopewell, 261, 266, 272.

261.
James, 392.

Snoade, John, 404.
John and Francis, 75.

Somers, Sir George, 3, 29, 40, 49, 50 ;
Jonathan, 181, 200, 219, 373.

wrecked, 57 ; death of. 58.
Lion, 31.

Somers Islands Company, 55, 58, 199.
London Merchant, 171, 181, 200,373. Southampton, enry, Earl of, aids Gos
Marmaduke, 233, 245, 267.

nold, 1; patron of letters, 1 ; asks
Mary and John, 241.

for flying squirrels, 32 ; describes
Neptune, 114.

Bermudas, 54; and Cape Cod fishery,
Patience, 40.

165; elected Treasurer Virginia
Plough, 53.

Company, 189, 190; reelected in
Return, 382.

1621, 213; reelected in 1622, 300;
Royal James, 252, 269.

repels insolence, 383.
Sarah, 75.

Southampton Hundred, 119, 182; slain
Sarah or Susan Constant, 5, 17.

at, 344.
Sea Adventure, 30, 31.

Southerne, Mr., 369.
Sea Flower, 317, 319.

South Sea discovery, 65, 338.
Southampton, 347.

Spence, Ensign, 139, 344.
Star, 52.

Spilman, Capt., degraded, 171 ; slain,
Swallow, 30, 33.

344.

pany, 419.

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Stacy, Robert, 140.

Treasurer's statement in 1619, 183.
Stage plays, 61.

Truelove, Rowland, patent to, 261.
Stallenge, Capt., killed in a quarrel, 163. Tucker, Daniel, arrives in Virginia, 22 ;
Staple commodities to be raised, 313, clerk of the store, 43; asks reward
351, 372.

for service, 146.
Staple of News by Jonson, 100.

Tucker, William, Captain, 139; at
Staples, Rev. Robert, 259 ; trial sermon, Rappahanock, 364.
379.

Tue; Mary, executrix of Lieut. Crouch,
Starvation described, 408.

314.
Stiles, Mr., 300.

Tufton, Sir Nicholas, 186, 266.
Stith's History, 24.
Stockton, Rev. Mr., 2.
Store house first built, 13.

U.
Strachey, Wm., Sec. of Lord Delaware,

43; on Roanoke plantation, 16 ; des- Unmasked face of our Colony in Vir-
cribes Pocahontas, 84, 85.

ginia, an answer to Capt. Nat.
Supper, annual, 361 ; venison for, 11. 204 1. Butler, 414.
Symonds, Rev. Wm., sermon of, 25.

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Virginia Company, first charter, 3 ; or.
Tamocomo, brother-in-law of Pocahon- ders for first voyage, 4; sell amber-
tas, 97.

gris, 55 ; sell Bermudas, 53 ; answer
Tappahamock Indians, 364.

Capt. Somers, 57; lotteries, 65 ; to
Tenants, care of College, 230; minister Gov. Argall, 114 ; to Lord Delaware,

for, 231 ; altering terms of, 304 ; 117; to Leyden congregation, 128;

Governor's, 280 ; Treasurer, 281. revoke Peirce's patent, 133; election
Terra Lemnia, 338.

in 1619, 146; legal seal of, 155 ;
Terra Mariæ or Maryland, 301.

transport children, 160 ; transports
Thompson, Maurice, 404.

convicts,162, 163, 164; members pub-
Thorpe, George, member of Virginia lished, 167 ; hated by King James,

Company, 151 ; deputy of College 185 ; letters from, 114, 117, 223, 233,
lands, 231, 236 ; instructions from 241, 263, 267, 302, 322; letters to,
London, 228; visits Indian chiefs, 169, 260, 287, 293 ; poor opinion of
279; talks on religion and astrono- Capt. Martin, 289; relative to King's

my, 279; killed by Indians, 319. Forest, 312; urges extermination of
Throgmorton, Sir Wm., 103.

Indians, 322, 348; election of, 1623,
Tichfield, grave of Southampton, 190. postponed, 380; factions in, 385,
Tiger, ship, taken by Turks, 276.

390 ; and Gondomar, 385 ; debate
Tindall, Robert, captain of Delaware, 44. on salaries, 385; petition to king,
Tobacco, number of pounds for a wife, 387, 389; books demanded, 412;

235, 246 ; losses on, 238; not to be Att'y General against, 413; refuse
paid for goods, 243 ; trade frauds in, to give up charter, 414; refer to
244; price of, 277 ; excessive plant- House of Commons, 415 ; charter
ing of, 282, 394 ; bad exported, 306 ; declared void, 417.
sole importation of, 323; contract Virginia, Lord Delaware's description,
annulled, 394 ; poor crop, 371 ; for 45 ; population in 1616, 111; popu-
maids, 374.

lation in 1619, 181 ; first legisla-
Tracy, Wm., grant of land to, 168 ; ture, 139; coat of arms, 154 ; abund-

member of council, 182, 189 ; daugh ant crop,170 ; legislative acts of, 173,
ter killed, 320.

175; great mortality in, 174; educa-
Transportation of a deer stealer, 164; of tion in, 254, 287; massacre, 293, 317,

dissolute, 154; of London children, 339 ; receives guns from king, 364;
158 ; of maids · for wives, 158 ; of censured for massacre, 365, 367 ;
Dan Francke, a convict, 347.

planters answer Butler's slanders,

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