Sivut kuvina

oners, 226.

SALEM, People of, effect of the perse- 1 Small, John, of Salem, his oxen seized,
cutions upon the, 48;

they set up quiet meetings, 48; Small-pox, Visitations of the, 329, 550.
continued persecutions, 61, 249, Smith, Margaret, of Salem, impris-

oned, 19;
meetings broken up, 74;

whipped in the open street, 112;
many imprisoned at Boston, 168. relcased from Boston prison, 211;
Salt, William, at Morlaix, France, 21. her letter (in which Mary Trask
Salter, William, the jailer, his vin- united), to Governor Endicott,
dictive behaviour to Quaker pris- 297.

John, of Salem, released, 211;
Sandwich people become Quakers, he and his wife again impris-

oned, 220;
some put in stocks for pitying his letter to Governor Endicott,
Friends, 137;

relative to the latter's, cruelty
cruel treatment of, by Marshal to J. Smith's wife, 291.
Barlow, 145.

Richard, of Long Island, his de-
Scott, Catharine, of Providence, ex- tention and banishment, 15.

pressing pity for Friends, is Southwick, Lawrence and Cassandra,

imprisoned and whipped, 79; of Salem, entertain C. Holder
Mary, visiting C. Holder in pris- and J. Copeland, 47;

on, is herself committed, 98; imprisoned and sent to Boston,
Patience, a little girl, coming from

Providence is imprisoned, 95. whipped and fined, 49;
Shaflin, Michael, a syinpathizer, 242. sent again to Boston, 55;
Shapleigh, Major, and wife, of Dover, appeal to Court from jail, 63;
convinced, 229;

banished for attending meeting,
meetings in their house, 252.

78, 83;
Shattock, Samuel, of Salem, befriend- they die on Shelter Island, within

ing C. Holder, is sent to jail, 46; three days of each other, 86.
whipped and banished, 46;

Josiah, persecution of, 49;
sent again to Boston, 55;

taken to Boston, 51, 55;
appeal to Court froin jail, 63; appeal to thic Court from jail, 03;
fined and whipped, 69;

banished for attending meeting,
banished for refusing hat honour, 78, 83;

passes to England by Barbadoes,
for attending meeting, 86;
lays the matter of Friends' suf- sufferings of Friends made pub-

ferings before Council and Par- lic, 222;
liament, 215;

returning to Boston, is impris-
again fined at Salem, 246 ;

oned, 222;
William, imprisoned and whip- refusing to remove the hat, he is
ped, 49, 404.

sentenced to be tied to a cart,
Small, John, of Salem, taken to Bos- and whipped on the bare back
ton, 51 ;

through three towns, 223;



Southwick, Josiah, returns at once to TERRIBLE things by the Red Sea, froin
Boston, 224.

C. Mather's History, 539.
Daniel, and Provided, ordered to Thatcher, Thomas, his mis-statements
be sold to pay fines, 89;

answered, 420.
ship-master refuses to take them Thirstone, Thomus, arrives at Bos-
to Barbadoes, 92.

ton, 9;
Provided, coming to Boston, is imprisoned, and shipped away,
in prisoned, 99;

whipped in the open street, 112; barbarously used in New Eng-
put in the stocks, 244.

land, treated kindly by the In-
Spicer, Michael, and son Samuel, suf- dians, 28.

fer at the hands of the Dutch, 274. Tilton, John and Mary, of Graves-
Stanley, Martha, banished on pain end, entertain Friends, and are in-
of death, 169.

prisoned, 274.
Stevenson, Murmaduke, from York- Tompkins, Mary, arrives from Eng.

shire, arrives at Boston, and is land, 227;
put in prison, 7, 95;

disputes with a priest, 228;
is ordered to depart on pain of visits convinced ones about Do-
death, 97;

ver, 229;
coming back to Boston, is im- sentenced to be tied to a cart, and
prisoned, 99;

whipped through eleven towns,
his paper upon his mission, after 230;

being sentenced to death, 108; returning to Dover, is dragged
testimony of Daniel Gould con- through snow and over rough

cerning him and others, 314; fields, face downward, 235;
his “Call from Death to Life," put in the stocks at Hampton,

written from Boston jail, 360;
his letter to the Lord's people, evilly treated, 247, 252, 259;

gocs to Flushing, Long Island,
his execution, 103;

some of his last words, 450.

imprisoned and banished, 276;
Stubbs, John, in the Palatinate, in in Virginia, whipped with a knot-

Germany and Italy with S. Fisher, ted nine-corded whip, 287;
19, 20, 22.

returning to Boston, is ordered
Stuyvesant, Governor, persecutes to be whipped through three

Friends, but afterward expresses towns, 288, 301;
regret, 274.

the same sentence repeated, 303,
Sufferings of the People of God call- 477.

ed Quakers, A Short Summary of Trask, Mary, of Salem, imprisoned,
the, 318.

Buni mary of Sufferings, by John whipped in the open street, 112;
Whiting, 468.

released from Boston prison, 211;
Busquehanna Indians, Friends well her letter (in which Margaret
treated by the, 28.

Smith united) to Governor En-
Sweden, Friends in, 17.

dicott, 297.

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Turks, Friends in the lands of the, Waugh, Dorothy, whipping of, 51,

Turner, Michael, fined, 154.

imprisoned and banished, 52;

put in prison at New Amsterdam
Upshall, Nicholas, provides for visit- and banished, 168;
ing Friends, 13;

imprisoned at Hartford, clothes
warns the persecutors to take sold to pay fees, and sent away,
heed, 36;

imprisoned and banished, 36, 401; Weatherhead, Mary, arrives at Bus-
driven from Plymouth to Rhode. ton, 9;
Island, 37;

imprisoned and shipped away,
commiserated by Indians, 37;
returning after three years is put coming to New Haven, is sent
in prison, 96;

away, 157;
prevented from fencing in the put in prison at New Amsterdam

place where the bodies of W. and banished, 168.
Robinson and M. Stevenson Webb, John, a persecutor, drowned,
were cast, 204;

again imprisoned, his death, 220. Wharton, Edward, of Salem, fined,
Verrin, Philip, of Salem, witnesses

the execution of W. Robinson lashed, and again fined, 112;
and M. Stevenson, 203;

his pity for William Leddra, 190,
is whipped, 246.

Walden, Richard, Magistrate of Do- ngain brought into Court, 105;

remanded to prison, 196;
Walton, George, his wife and daugh- taunted for not putting off the
ter convinced of the Truth, 308.

hat, 196, 198;
Wardel, Eliakim, of Hampton, for is banished upon pain of denth,

expressing sympathy, is put in
the stocks, 231;

notifies the Court that he is at
fined for harbouring W. Chris- his home in Salem, 213;
tison, 238;

accompanies Friends of England
fined agnin, his meadow taken, to the Piscataqua Settlements,

bound to a tree and lashed, 241. protests against the inhuman
Lydia, testifies at Newbury con- whipping of women Friends,

cerning the blind and perse- 233;
cuting spirits, 239;

wrongly accused in Maine, 248;
tied to a post and lashed, 240; refuses to depart from Taunton,
remarks on the singularity of her

testimony by J. Whiting, 476. received with tenderness by an
Waugh, Dorothy, arrives at Boston, "outcast" people in Maine,

imprisoned and shipped away, his adventurous wilderness travel

ver, 230.




back to Salem, 255;


Wharton, Edward, goes with Friends | Wilson, Deborah, is sentenced to be

to Long Island, is imprisoned, whipped, her mother and sister
and then sent away by vessel, being tied to the cart, 244;

remarks on the singularity of her
at Dover, he is put in the stocks, testimony, by J. Whiting, 476.

and sentenced to be whipped George, is imprisoned for pro-
through three towns, 276;

phesying, 219;
whipped at Salem for rebuking released from Boston prison, 211;

Hathorn for his cruelty, 280; returning, is tied to a cart and
again imprisoned at Dover, 281 ; whipped through three towns,
at Boston, refusing hat-honour, 221.

he is whipped through the Priest, his blood-thirstiness and
town, 285;

cruelty, 102.
at Boston, visiting Mary Tom- Wing, Daniel, of Sandwich, fined for

kins in her sickness, is bound not removing the hat, 127, 151.
to a great gun and whipped | Winslow, Josiah, Major, his cruelty
unmercifully, 288;

to the Sandwich people, 153.
the above punishment repeated, Winthrop, Governor, of Connecticut,

begs that Quakers be not put to
Whiting, John, his answer to Cotton death, 120;

Mather's “Truth and Inno- refuses to assent to banishment
cency Defended against False- of Friends, 173.
hood and Envy,” 389;

Witches, M. Fisher and Ann Austin
his remarks on the singularity of sentenced on the charge of being,
L. Wardel's testimony, 476;

16, 492.
his remarks on the singularity of Witchcraft harassment, a judgment,
D. Wilson's testimony, 476.

330, 533, 539;
Wiggins, Thomas, Magistrate of Do- some particulars of the delusion,
ver, his cruelty to E. Wharton,

431, 502.

Wozel, Deacon, his grief at passage
his death, 322.

of the law to banish Quakers on
Wilkie, Thomas, a stranger, his letter puin of deuth, 84.

upon Wm. Leddra's execution, Wright, Hannah, a girl of 13, comes

from Long Island to Boston,
Willet, Captain, of Plymouth, stirs and testifying against the per-

up the Dutch Governor against secuting spirit, is put in prison,
Quakers, 164, 167.

Williams, Roger, and Friends, 435. Mary, of Rhode Island, banished
Wilson, Deborah, testifies at Salem from Boston on pain of death,

against the stripping and whip-
ping of women, 244;

released from Boston prison, 211.


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