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MHA [See redirect]

MHS [See redirect]

MQA [See redirect]

Maarssen, Netherlands [1 reference]

Maas River, Netherlands [3 references]

Maassluis, Netherlands [1 reference]

Maastricht, Netherlands [1 reference]

Mably, Abbé Gabriel Bonnot de (French writer) [21 subentries]

Macadore [See redirect]

McAroy v. The Thistle [1 reference]

Macaulay, Catharine Sawbridge [7 references + 21 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Macaulay, Catherine Sophia (daughter of Catharine Macaulay Graham) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Macaulay, Dr. George (husband of Catharine) [2 references]

MacAuliff(e) family (of Boston) [2 references]

Macbeth [See redirect]

McBride, Capt. (of the Artois) [1 reference]

McCall, Lt. Col. James [1 reference]

McCallum, C. A. [1 reference]

McCambly, David [1 reference]

McCann, Mary [1 subentry]

McCard [See redirect]

McCarney, Michael, defendant, Form XXII [1 reference]

McCarrie, Mr. (Bordeaux merchant) [1 reference]

McCarthy, John (ex-prisoner) [1 reference]

Maccarty (Maccartey), Mr. in Bordeaux [2 references]

Maccarty, Capt. (slave trader) [1 reference]

McCarty (Macatter), Capt. Edward (of the Black Princess) [3 references]

McCarty, Capt. John [1 reference]

Maccarty, Rev. Thaddeus (1721-1784; of Worcester, Mass.) [2 references + 5 subentries]

Maccarty, Dr. Thaddeus, Jr. [1 reference]

McCarty, William (merchant at Lorient) [1 reference + 2 subentries]

McCarty, William, & Co. [1 reference]

McCarty, Mr. (of Boston) [1 reference]

McCauley (McCawley, Maccaulley), William [3 subentries]

McClane, Mr., carries letters to AA [1 reference]

McClary (privateer), in No. 58 [9 references]

McClary (Mcclay), Maj. Andrew [2 references]

McClary (ship), captures Lusanna [1 reference]

McClean [See redirect]

McClellan (McClelan), Samuel [1 reference]

McClenachan, Ann Darragh (wife of Blair), portrait by Peale [1 reference]

McClenachan, Blair, portrait by Peale [1 reference]

Macclesfield, Earl of [See redirect]

McCobb v. Gridley [1 reference]

McCobb, James (customs officer, Kennebec) [2 references]

McCobbe, Capt. James [1 reference]

McCormick, Daniel (N.Y. merchant) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

McCreery (McClary), William (of Bordeaux) [2 references + 31 subentries]

McCue, William, petition to Continental Congress [1 reference]

McDaniel, Mr. (clerk to customs commissioners, Boston) [1 reference]

MacDonald, Archibald [1 reference]

McDonald, Donald (British general) [1 reference]

McDonold, Donold [See redirect]

McDonald, James [1 reference]

McDougall, Brig. Gen. Alexander (N.Y. member of Congress) [4 references + 8 subentries]

McDougall, Hannah Bostwick (wife of Alexander) [2 references]

McDougall, Miss (of New York City) [1 reference]

McDougall, Mr. (in Philadelphia) [3 references]

Macedonia [2 references]

McEvers, Charles [1 reference]

McEwen, James, defendant, Form XVII [1 reference]

McFarland, Capt. [1 reference]

McFarland, John, deposition of, No. 58 [1 reference]

McGee, Capt. [1 reference]

McGee (Magee), James, witness, No. 1 [2 references]

McGee (Magee), Mary, witness, No. 1 [2 references]

McGlathly, John, witness, No. 34 [1 reference]

McGlocklin, James, witness, No. 56 [2 references]

McGoon, David, witness, No. 14 [1 reference]

McGraves, Mrs. (of Amsterdam) [1 reference]

McHard, James, Jr. (Haverhill merchant) [3 references]

McHenry, Dr. James (Md. politician) [1 reference + 4 subentries]

Machias Liberty (Mass. Navy, sloop) [1 reference]

Machias, Maine [9 references]

Machiavelli, Niccolò [4 references + 2 subentries]

McIntire, Mr. [1 reference]

McIntire, Neal, juror, No. 63 [1 reference]

McIntire, Neil (owner of McClary) [1 reference]

McIntosh, Ebenezer [1 reference]

McIntosh, George (of Ga.) [2 references]

McIntosh, Peter [3 subentries]

McIntyre, Neal [1 reference]

Mackalley's Case [1 reference]

Mackay, Capt. (of Falmouth, Maine) [1 reference]

Mackay, Maj. Gen. [1 reference]

McKay, Mr., witness, No. 58 [1 reference]

Mackay, William, witness, No. 46 [1 reference]

McKean, Thomas (Del. politician) [8 references + 10 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

McKeen, Rev. Joseph (of Beverly, Mass.) [1 reference]

Mackenzie [1 “see also” entry]

Mackenzie, Frederick, Diary of [1 reference]

Mackenzie, Henry [1 subentry]

McKenzie, Mrs. (tavernkeeper of Philadelphia) [1 reference]

McKenzie, Mr. (snuff mill operator, New London, Conn.) [1 reference]

McKinly (McInlay), Dr. John (president of Del.) [3 references]

McKinstry v. Curtis [1 reference]

McKinstry, Priscilla [4 references]

McKinstry, Sarah (Sally) [3 references]

McKinstry, Dr. William [3 references]

McKinstry, Mrs. (wife of William) [1 reference]

Mackintosh, Ebenezer [2 subentries]

Macklin, Charles (Irish actor) [1 reference + 2 subentries]

McKnight, Dr. Charles [2 references + 3 subentries]

MacLaine (McLane), Rev. Archibald (of the English Church at The Hague) [3 references + 1 subentry]

McLane, Samuel [2 references]

McLaughlin v. Cosgrove [1 reference]

Maclay, William [2 subentries]

McLean, Ann Amory (wife of John) [See redirect]

McLean (McClean), Donald, plaintiff, Form XVII [1 reference]

McLean (McClean), Hector, in Form XVII [1 reference]

McLean, Hugh, in Form XXII [1 reference]

McLean, Neil, letter to Continental Congress [1 reference]

McLean v. McEwen, Form XVII [3 references]

McLoughlin, William G. [4 references]

MacMahon, Dr. I. [1 reference]

M'Millian v. Birch [1 reference]

McMonagle, Capt. John (of the Rainbow) [1 reference]

McNeal, Mr. (H.C. freshman) [1 reference]

McNeal v. Brideoak [1 reference]

McNeal, Ann (of Dublin) [1 reference]

McNeal, Capt., in No. 52 [1 reference]

McNeal, Mary (of Dublin) [1 reference]

McNeal, Mr. (Boston ropemaker) [1 reference]

McNeill, Capt. Daniel (of the General Mifflin) [3 references + 11 subentries]

McNeill, Capt. Hector (of the Boston) [7 references + 11 subentries]

Macpherson, James [2 subentries]

McPherson, Capt. John, Sr. [3 references + 2 subentries]

McPherson, John Jr. [1 reference]

McWhorter (McQuarter, McWater), Mr. (of Taunton, Mass.) [2 references]

Macy, Capt. Francis (of Nantucket, Mass.) [8 references]

Macy, Capt. Reuben (of Nantucket, Mass.) [4 references]

“Madame” [See redirect]

Maddison, George [1 reference]

Maddux, Thomas, Jr. [1 reference]

Madeira Islands [11 references]

Madeira wine [9 references]

Mades, Joh. Frid. [1 subentry]

Madison, James (Va. member of Congress) [13 references + 11 subentries]

Madras, India [5 references]

Madrid, Spain [31 references + 5 subentries]

Madrid, Chateau of [See redirect]

Magaw, Col. Robert (of Penn.) [2 references]

Magazine (military) [1 reference]

Magazines [6 references]

Magdalen Islands, Quebec [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Magdeburg, Lower Saxony [1 reference]

Magdelaine, M. de la [1 reference]

Magee [See redirect]

Magee, Capt. James (of the Amsterdam) [1 reference]

Magee, Capt. James (of the General Arnold) [1 reference]

Magis, Paul Franz von (Liège minister to the Netherlands) [6 subentries]

Magna Carta [4 references + 8 subentries]

Magnanime (French ship of the line) [1 reference]

Magnifique (French ship of the line) [6 references]

Magnus, Capt. (of the Cariolanus Aletta) [1 reference]

Mahé, India [1 reference]

Mahomet [See redirect]

Mahon, Viscount [See redirect]

Mahrattas (Maharashta), India [2 references]

Maidstone (British warship) [1 reference]

Maillebois, Marie Madeleine Catherine de Voyer, Comtesse de [2 references]

Maillebois, Yves Marie Desmarets, Comte de [4 subentries]

Maillett, René (of the Saturn) [1 reference]

Mailly, Jean Baptiste, L'esprit de la Fronde [1 reference]

Mails [3 references + 33 subentries]

Mainard [1 “see also” entry]

Mainard, Mr. (Bordeaux merchant) [1 reference]

Maine [7 references + 8 subentries + 3 “see also” entries]

Maine (French province) [3 references + 4 subentries]

Maine land cases [See redirect]

Maintenance (matrimonial) [See redirect]

Maintenon, Françoise d'Aubigné, Marquise de [4 references]

Mairobert, M. F. P. de, L'espion anglois [1 reference]

Maison du Bois [See redirect]

Maitland, Col. Alexander(?) (British) [1 reference]

Maitland, Capt. Richard (of the Philippa) [1 reference]

Maitlands, Messrs. (of London) [1 reference]

Majorca [1 reference]

Malabar (district of Madras) [3 references]

Malaga, Spain [5 references]

Malaria [4 references + 1 subentry]

Malcom, Daniel, in No. 46 [4 references]

Malcom (Malcolm or Malcomb), John [3 references + 2 subentries]

Malden (Mystic Side), Mass. [11 references + 1 subentry]

Malebranche, Nicolas [1 reference]

Malesherbes, Chrétien Guillaume de Lamoignon de (French jurist) [2 references + 12 subentries]

Malice [8 subentries]

Malicious prosecution, action for, pleadings in [1 reference]

Mall (Maul), Ens. Alexander (29th Regiment), in No. 64 [5 references]

Mallory, John [2 subentries]

Malmesbury, Earl of [See redirect]

Malpractice, medical [1 reference]

Malt [1 reference]

Malta [3 references + 1 subentry + 1 “see also” entry]

Maltby, Mr. (of London) [1 reference]

Malte-Brun, Conrad, Universal Geography [1 “see also” entry]

Malton, Thomas, Jr. (Brit. artist) [2 references]

Malton, Yorkshire, England [1 reference]

Malynes, Lex Mercatoria [1 reference]

Mammon [3 references + 1 subentry]

“Man in red cloak,” in No. 64 [4 references]

Man, Capt. (British) [1 reference]

Man, Isle of [1 reference]

Manchester, Duke of [See redirect]

Manchester, England [4 references]

Manchester, Mass. [2 references]

Manchineel, defined [2 references]

Mandamus Council and councilors [See redirect]

Mandatum [2 subentries]

Mandeville, Bernard [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Mandrillon, Joseph (Amsterdam bookseller) [1 reference + 5 subentries]

Manhattan Island, N.Y. [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Manifest, ship's [2 subentries]

Manley, Capt. John (of the Hancock, Cumberland, and Jason, successively) [10 references + 20 subentries]

Mann, Elizabeth Peabody (wife of Horace) [1 reference]

Manning, Rev. James [6 references]

Manning, William, Sr. (London merchant) [1 reference + 3 subentries]

Mansell and Herbert's Case [1 reference]

Mansfeld, Peter Ernst, Count von [1 reference]

Mansfield C. & L.M. Ry. Co. v. Swan [1 reference]

Mansfield v. Hathorne and Longley v. Hathorne [2 references]

Mansfield, Isaac [2 references]

Mansfield, Col. John [1 reference]

Mansfield, John, witness, No. 64 [1 reference]

Mansfield, Sarah, deposition, No. 29 [1 reference]

Mansfield, Theophilus [1 reference]

Mansfield, William Murray, 1st Earl of (lord chief justice of the king's bench) [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Mansilla de las Mulas, Spain [2 references]

Mansion (Adams) [See redirect]

Manslaughter [12 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Manstein, Christof Hermann von [2 subentries]

Manter, Jeremiah, witness, No. 1 [7 references]

Manter, Silvanus, in No. 1 [1 reference]

Manufactures and manufacturing [19 subentries]

Manumission [3 subentries]

Manwaring (Manwarring), Edward [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Manwood, John, Treatise and Discourse of the Laws of the Forrest [2 references]

Manzon, Jean (editor of Courier du Bas Rhin) [4 references]

Maps [2 references + 12 subentries]

Mara, Gertrude Elisabeth (singer) [1 reference]

Maragatos (people of Spain) [4 references]

Maranta, Robertus [3 subentries]

Marat, Jean Paul [1 subentry]

Marattas or Mahrattas (people of central India) [2 references]

Marblehead, Mass. [35 references + 8 subentries]

Marbois [See redirect]

Marbury v. Madison [1 reference]

March, Col. (of Newington, N.H.) [1 reference]

Marchant, Cornelis (witness to loan contract) [1 reference]

Marchant, Henry (R.I. member of Congress) [13 references + 1 subentry]

Marches, law of the [1 reference]

Marcia (in Addison's tragedy Cato) [1 reference]

Marcus Aurelius [1 reference]

Maréchaussée [2 references]

Margaret (Peggy; “a mulatto woman”), plaintiff, No. 40 [2 references]

Margaret v. Muzzy, No. 40 [9 references]

Margaret, Duchess of Parma (Governess General of the Netherlands) [6 references]

Margaretta (British schooner) [2 references]

Margate, England [5 references]

Maria (British brig) [3 references]

Maria (schooner) [1 reference]

Maria Amalia, Queen of Spain [2 references]

Maria Beatrice d'Este, Archduchess of Austria [2 references]

Maria Christina of Saxony [2 references]

Maria Feodorovna, Grand Duchess (wife of Grand Duke Paul) [4 references]

Maria I, Queen of Portugal [1 reference]

Maria Juliana of Brunswick (Dowager Queen of Denmark) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Maria Theresa, Empress of Germany [11 references]

Marie Adélaïde (aunt of Louis XVI) [3 references]

Marie Antoinette, Queen of France [14 references + 14 subentries]

Marie Catherine Sophie Félicité, Queen of France [1 reference]

Marie Françoise (French ship) [1 reference]

Marie Thérèse Charlotte (daughter of Marie Antoinette) [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Mariee, Charles [1 reference]

Marien, Thomas Antoine de (of Amsterdam) [1 reference]

Marietta, Ohio [1 reference]

Marigny, Capt. (of the Fortunée) [1 reference]

Marigny, Chevalier [1 reference]

Marine Committee [4 subentries]

Mariner's compass [1 reference]

Marines [1 subentry]

Marines, U.S. [3 subentries]

Marion, Anthony [1 reference]

Marion, Brig. Gen. Francis [2 references]

Marius the younger [3 references]

Marius, Gaius [3 references]

Marius, John, Advice Concerning Bills of Exchange [1 reference]

Marjram, Mr. (Bath innkeeper) [3 references]

Mark Antony [1 reference]

Marke, Comte le (French) [1 reference]

Markov, Arkady (Russian minister to the Netherlands) [12 references + 1 subentry]

Marlborough, Duke of [See redirect]

Marlborough, England [1 reference]

Marlborough, Mass. [10 references]

Marlborough, Vt. [1 reference]

Marle (soil) [2 references]

Marly, France [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Marmontel, Jean François [4 subentries]

Maroni, Miss (Parisian nun) [7 references]

Maroni, Mr. (Irish merchant in Bilbao) [3 references]

Maroni, Mrs. [1 reference]

Maroons (of Jamaica) [1 reference]

Marot, Daniel (French architect) [1 reference]

Marquand, Mrs. (wife of Joseph) [1 reference]

Marquand, Joseph (Newburyport merchant) [2 subentries]

Marque and reprisal, law of [1 reference]

Marquis de Lafayette (merchant ship) [6 references + 3 subentries]

Marriage of Figaro [See redirect]

Marriages [91 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Marriott, Sir James [3 subentries]

Marrowbones and cleavers [2 references]

Mars [3 references]

Mars (Dutch frigate) [1 reference]

Mars (Jersey privateer) [1 reference]

Mars (Mass. privateer) [10 references + 3 subentries]

Mars, ship [1 reference]

Marsdam, Gen. (governor of Breda, Netherlands) [1 reference]

Marseilles, France [15 references]

Marsh, Abigail (Nabby, seamstress) [5 references]

Marsh, Ann [See redirect]

Marsh, Ann Fiske (wife of Joseph) [3 references]

Marsh, Capt. [2 references]

Marsh, David (of Haverhill?) [1 reference]

Marsh, Deacon, in No. 64 [2 references]

Marsh, Dr., testifies in case of Edwards' will [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Marsh, Rev. Elisha (of Westminster, Mass.) [1 reference]

Marsh, Elisha, of Braintree [1 reference]

Marsh, Mr. J. [1 reference]

Marsh, John (of Haverhill?) [1 reference]

Marsh, Jonathan [1 reference]

Marsh, Rev. Joseph (1685-1726) [2 references]

Marsh, Joseph (1710-1761?) [4 subentries]

Marsh, March [2 references]

Marsh, Mary (of Haverhill) [9 references + 1 subentry]

Marsh, Misses (of Haverhill) [1 reference]

Marsh, Molly (of Braintree) [1 reference]

Marsh, Mr. (of Haverhill?) [1 reference]

Marsh, Rachel [2 subentries]

Marsh, Thomas (Harvard tutor) [2 references]

Marshall, Capt. (deceased), and No. 46 [3 references]

Marshall, Capt. (of the Emerald) [1 reference]

Marshall, Christopher [1 reference]

Marshall, John [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Marshall, Mrs. (wife of Josiah) [1 reference]

Marshall, Josiah, in No. 25 [1 reference]

Marshall, Messrs. (Philadelphia apothecaries) [2 references]

Marshall, Miss [2 references]

Marshall, Miss (Jane Marshall Rucker's sister) [3 references]

Marshall, Col. Thomas (10th Mass. militia regiment) [5 references + 1 subentry]

Marshall, Thomas, in No. 12 [1 reference]

Marshall, Rev. William, identified [1 reference]

Marshall, William [1 reference]

Marshalsea, The Case of the [1 reference]

Marshes, Mr. (of Braintree) [1 reference]

Marshfield, Mass. [10 references + 3 subentries]

Marsollier des Vivetières, Benoît Joseph, Théodore [2 references]

Marstins, Mr. (of Boston), indebtedness to JA paid [1 reference]

Marston, Benjamin [2 subentries]

Marston, Capt. [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Marston, John (tavernkeeper) [1 reference]

Marston, Midshipman (of the Alliance) [1 reference]

Marstrand (Austrian ship) [1 reference]

Marstrand, Sweden [1 reference]

Martegues, Chevalier Maccarty de [1 reference]

Martens, Karl Wilhelm (Hanseatic League chargé d'affaires to the Netherlands) [2 references]

Martha (British ship) [5 references + 2 subentries]

Martha's Vineyard, Mass. [6 references + 7 subentries]

Martin fils d'Andre [1 subentry]

Martin, Benjamin (British mathematician and instrument maker) [1 reference]

Martin, Capt. [1 reference]

Martin, Henry (London tobacco importer) [1 reference]

Martin, Gov. Josiah (of N.C.) [5 references + 2 subentries]

Martin, Josiah (tavernkeeper of Lynn, Mass.) [5 references]

Martin, Maj. (British officer in Boston) [2 references]

Martin, Mr. (of Va.) [1 reference]

Martin, Mr. [1 reference]

Martin, Nicholas [1 reference]

Martin, Thomas (of Portsmouth, N.H.) [1 reference]

Martin, Thomas (owner; McClary) [1 reference]

Martin (tavernkeeper of Northborough, Mass.) [2 references]

Martindale, Capt. Sion (of the Washington) [3 references]

Martinelli, Antoine (Livorno merchant) [4 references]

Martinez, Michel [2 references]

Martinez (Martinus), Miguel [3 references]

Martini, Jean Paul, Egide, Henry IV, ou la Bataille d'lvry [1 reference]

Martinique [28 references + 9 subentries]

Martinique (French packet) [1 reference]

Marvel, Andrew (printer) [1 reference]

Mary (British brigantine) [2 references]

Mary Amilia (Amer. brigantine) [1 reference]

Mary Feron (Amer. merchant ship) [4 references]

Mary I, Queen of England [1 reference]

Mary II, Queen of England [1 reference]

Mary Magdalen [2 references]

Mary, the Virgin [2 subentries]

Maryland [17 references + 63 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Maryland Gazette [5 references]

Maryland Journal (Baltimore) [2 references]

Mascarene, John (comptroller, Salem-Marblehead) [1 reference]

Mashes [See redirect]

Mashpee, Mass. [1 reference]

Mason, Ann (Nancy) [4 references]

Mason, Dr. Benjamin (younger son of Jonathan Mason, Boston merchant) [2 references]

Mason, Capt. [3 subentries]

Mason, Lt. Col. David [1 reference + 3 subentries]

Mason, Deacon (of Mass.) [1 reference]

Mason, Capt. Edmund, witness, No. 64 [4 references]

Mason, George (of Va.) [6 references]

Mason, George, Jr. (of Va.) [3 references]

Mason, Hannah and Elizabeth [2 references]

Mason, Capt. John [2 subentries]

Mason, Sgt. John (British) [2 references]

Mason, John Tufton [2 references]

Mason (Masson), Jonathan, Sr. (of Boston) [2 references]

Mason, Jonathan (Boston merchant) [3 references]

Mason, Jonathan, Jr. (former U.S. Sen., Mass., and law clerk for JA) [2 references + 15 subentries]

Mason, Mary [See redirect]

Mason, Miriam Clark (wife of Jonathan) [2 references]

Mason, Miss (Jonathan, Jr.'s sister) [1 reference]

Mason, Mr., guides committee inspecting Boston Light [1 reference]

Mason, Robert Tufton [2 references]

Mason, Sarah Maria [See redirect]

Mason, Susan Powell (wife of Jonathan, Jr.) [2 references]

Mason, Thaddeus (Clerk of Middlesex County Inferior Court) [4 references + 1 subentry]

Mason, William [3 subentries]

Mason, William (H.C. 1787) [5 subentries]

Mason, Mr. (in Paris) [2 references]

Mason (of Princeton, N.J.) [1 reference]

Masonry and masons [See redirect]

Masonry, art or occupation of [1 reference]

“Massachusettensis” essays, by Daniel Leonard [6 references + 9 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Massachusetts [256 subentries + 7 “see also” entries]

Massachusetts (Mass. privateer) [1 reference]

Massachusetts (Mass. Navy brig) [2 references]

“Massachusetts Antimason, A” [See redirect]

Massachusetts Archives [2 references + 1 subentry]

Massachusetts Bank (later First National Bank of Boston) [2 references]

Massachusetts Bay [5 references + 6 subentries]

Massachusetts Bay Company [6 references]

Massachusetts Centinel [2 references + 7 subentries]

Massachusetts Charter Bill [1 reference]

Massachusetts Circular Letter [1 reference]

Massachusetts Federalists [See redirect]

Massachusetts Gazette and Boston Weekly News-Letter [2 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Massachusetts Gazette and Boston Post Boy [See redirect]

Massachusetts Gazette [3 references + 7 subentries]

Massachusetts Government Act (1774) [6 references + 10 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Massachusetts Habeas Corpus Act [1 reference]

Massachusetts Historical Society [13 references + 21 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Massachusetts Humane Society [1 reference]

Massachusetts Magazine [2 references]

Massachusetts Medical Society [15 references]

Massachusetts Navy [1 reference]

Massachusetts Spy (Worcester) [10 references + 5 subentries]

“Massachusetts Voter, A” [See redirect]

Massillon, Jean Baptiste [1 subentry]

Masters of vessels, compensation of [1 reference]

Masters, Manassah, witness, No. 62 [1 reference]

Masters, Mary Lawrence (wife of William) [3 references]

Masters, Sarah (daughter of William) [3 references + 1 subentry]

Masters, Sybilla (wife of Thomas) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Masters, Thomas (Penn. merchant) [1 subentry]

Masters, William (brother of Thomas) [2 references]

Mastin, Mr. [1 reference]

Masts [1 subentry + 3 “see also” entries]

Matchet, Capt., in No. 59 [2 references]

Matchet, John, in No. 46 [1 reference]

“Mateship,” defined [1 reference]

Mathematics [1 reference + 8 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Mather family, books and MSS in American Antiquarian Society [1 reference]

Mather v. Mills [1 reference]

Mather, Rev. Cotton [3 references + 1 subentry]

Mather, Rev. Increase [2 subentries]

Mather, Margarette Gerrish (wife of Samuel, Jr.) [4 references]

Mather, Mrs. (wife of Samuel) [1 reference]

Mather, Rev. Samuel (1706-1785, son of Cotton) [7 references + 4 subentries]

Mather, Samuel, Jr. [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Mathew, Maj. Gen. Edward (British) [7 references]

Mathews, David (mayor of New York), jailed after “Hickey plot” [1 reference]

Mathews, Edward, defendant, Form VII [1 reference]

Mathews, John (S.C. member of Congress) [9 references + 3 subentries]

Mathews, Vice Adm. Thomas (British) [2 references]

Mathews, in No. 52 [2 references]

Mathias, Archduke of Austria [1 reference]

Mathieu, Joseph (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Matlack, Timothy (Penn. politician) [4 references + 2 subentries]

Matson's Ford, Penn. [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Mattapoisett, Mass. [1 reference]

Matthaeis, Paulo de, painter [1 reference]

Matthes, George Hendrik [3 references]

Matthews, Albert [2 subentries]

Matthews, David (mayor of N.Y.) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Mauduit, Israel [5 references]

Mauduit, Jasper [2 references]

Maupeou, René Nicolas Charles Augustin de [1 reference]

Mauregatos [See redirect]

Maurepas, Jean Frédéric Phélypeaux, Comte de [2 references + 4 subentries]

Maurepas, Marie Jeanne Phélypeaux de la Vrillière, Comtesse de [2 references]

Maurice of Nassau, Prince of Orange (son of William I) [4 references]

Mauritius [1 reference]

Maury, payment to [1 reference]

Maverick, Samuel (victim, Boston Massacre) [12 references]

Mavoshen [1 reference]

Maxcy, Rev. Jonathan [1 reference]

Maxcy, Susan Hopkins (wife of Jonathan) [1 reference]

Maximilian Joseph (elector of Bavaria) [3 references]

Maximilian, Elector of Cologne [3 references]

Maxwell, Brig. Gen. William [3 references]

May [1 “see also” entry]

May, Hugh (Brit. architect) [1 reference]

Mayberry, Richard [1 reference]

Mayenne, France [2 references]

Mayflower (ship) [1 reference]

Mayhew [1 “see also” entry]

Mayhew family (of Martha's Vineyard) [2 references]

Mayhew v. Allen [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Mayhew v. Bassett [See redirect]

Mayhew(?), Adonijah [1 reference]

Mayhew, Bethiah Wadsworth (wife of Zephaniah) [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Mayhew, Bethiah, “Jr.” (b. 1723) [2 subentries]

Mayhew, Elizabeth (of Boston) [10 references + 1 subentry]

Mayhew, Elizabeth Clarke (wife of Jonathan) [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Mayhew, Hannah Mayhew (wife of Zephaniah) [1 subentry]

Mayhew, Jerusha [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Mayhew, Jerusha, “Jr.,” in No. 1 [2 references]

Mayhew, Rev. Jonathan [8 references + 11 subentries]

Mayhew, Rev. Joseph (Harvard tutor) [4 references + 2 subentries]

Mayhew, Lucinda [2 subentries]

Mayhew, Lucy (daughter of Col. Zaccheus Mayhew) [2 subentries]

Mayhew, Dr. Matthew [2 subentries]

Mayhew, Mercy [See redirect]

Mayhew, Miss [1 reference]

Mayhew, Nathan, witness, No. 1 [1 reference]

Mayhew, Rebecca (wife of Zaccheus) [2 subentries]

Mayhew, Ruth, witness, No. 1 [2 references]

Mayhew, Simon [5 references]

Mayhew, “Deacon” Timothy, in No. 1 [6 references]

Mayhew, Timothy, Jr., witness, No. 1 [2 references]

Mayhew, Wadsworth [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Mayhew, Col. Zaccheus (known as “Squire”) [2 subentries]

Mayhew, Zaccheus (1723-1775) [2 subentries]

Mayhew, Zephaniah (1715-1751) [2 subentries]

Mayhew, Zephaniah (b. 1745) [2 subentries]

Mayhew, Zephaniah (d. 1733) [1 reference]

Mayhew, Mr. (minister of Martha's Vineyard) [1 reference]

Maynard (Mainard), Sir John [1 reference]

Maynard (tavernkeeper between Framingham and Worcester, Mass.) [1 reference]

Maynwaring, Roger (bishop) [1 reference]

Mayo, Mrs. C. B., “Additions to Hutchinson's History” [3 references]

Mayo, Daniel (H.C. 1787) [2 subentries]

Mayo, Joseph, juror, No. 64 [4 references]

Mayo (Mayhew), Thomas, in No. 43 [7 references]

Mayo, Thomas, juror, No. 63 [1 reference]

Mayo, Mr. (in Paris) [1 reference]

Mayor of Reading v. Clarke [1 reference]

Maysel (Mezle), Joseph, attempt to impeach as witness, No. 46 [5 references]

Mazarin, Jules, Cardinal [3 references]

Mazars (Paris shoemaker) [1 reference]

Mazois, M. de (director of packets in Lorient) [5 references]

Mazzei, Philip (of Florence, Italy, and Va.) [2 references + 29 subentries]

Mead, Dr. Richard [2 references]

Mead, Samuel (H.C. 1787) [3 subentries]

Meader, Capt. John (of Nantucket, Mass.) [4 references]

Meader, Capt. Jonathan (of Nantucket, Mass.) [4 references]

Measam, George [2 subentries]

Mease, James (clothier general of Continental Army) [10 references]

Mease, John [1 reference]

Mease, Matthew [9 references]

Mease, Mr. [1 reference]

Mease, Robert [4 references]

Measles [7 references]

Mecklenburg, Germany [1 reference]

Mecom, Jane Franklin [4 references]

Medals [6 references + 5 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Medea [1 reference]

Medea (British frigate) [3 references]

Medée (French frigate) [1 reference]

Medemblik, Netherlands [1 reference]

Medfield, Mass. [7 references]

Medford, Mass. [15 references + 3 subentries]

Medford River [See redirect]

Mediation [2 See redirects]

Medical testimony [5 subentries]

Medicine [6 references + 3 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Medina Coeli, Duke of [2 references]

Mediterranean Sea [23 references + 5 subentries]

Medmenham Abbey [1 reference]

Medoc (French wine region) [3 references]

Medows, Gen. William (British) [3 references]

Medway River, England [2 references]

Medway, Mass. [3 references]

Meetinghouses, taxes for construction and repair of [1 reference]

Megation (ship) [1 reference]

Meguiers, Meshod (English vice-consul at Tangier) [2 references]

Meigs, Lt. Col. Return Jonathan [3 references + 2 subentries]

Mein, John (publisher of Boston Chronicle) [5 references + 4 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Mein, appellant, v. Longman [1 reference]

Mein, appellant, v. Wright & Gill [1 reference]

Mellen, Abner (of Worcester, grantee of Vermont lands) [1 reference]

Mellen, Rev. James [1 reference]

Mellen, Rev. John (of Barnstable) [1 reference]

Mellicot, Capt. (aboard the Active) [1 reference]

Mellicot (Millicot), Lt. [2 references]

Mellish (former British transport) [1 reference]

Melody v. Reab [1 reference]

Melpomene (muse of tragedy) [1 reference]

Melvil, James (“infant, peruke maker”) [1 reference]

Melvill, Capt. (of Dutch frigate) [1 reference]

Melville, Herman, Moby Dick, quoted on whaling code [1 reference]

Melville, Robert (British general) [2 references]

Melvin (Melvill), James [2 subentries]

Melzond, John, witness, No. 4 [1 reference]

Memel (now Klaipeda), Poland [3 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Ménager, Nicholas [1 reference]

Mendon, Mass. [3 references]

Mends, Benjamin (of Plymouth, England) [3 references + 1 subentry]

Mends, C. (father of Benjamin) [3 references + 1 subentry]

Menen, Belgium [1 reference]

Menkema, Mr. (of Friesland) [1 reference]

Menno, Baron Van Coehoorn, New Method of Fortification and Nouvelle fortifications [2 references]

Mennonites [4 references]

Menoire, Mr. (Bordeaux merchant) [4 references]

“Menotomy” [See redirect]

Menshikov, Prince Aleksander Danilovich [3 references]

Mer, France [2 references]

“Mercella” [See redirect]

Mercer & Co. (Philadelphia shipowners) [1 reference]

Mercer (Amer. ship) [1 reference]

Mercer, Archibald(?) and Schenk (Boston shipowners) [1 reference]

Mercer, Brig. Gen. Hugh [2 references + 4 subentries]

Mercer, James (delegate from Va.) [2 references]

Mercer, Mrs. and Miss Grace [2 references]

Mercer, Robert, and John Ramsay v. Edward Moffat, Form XXIV [1 reference]

Mercer, Robert, plaintiff, Form XXIV [1 reference]

Merchant [1 “see also” entry]

Merchant, Stephen (ex-prisoner) [1 reference]

Merchants [18 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Merchants, Dutch [19 subentries]

Mercier, Louis Sébastien [3 subentries]

Mercier, Mr. [1 reference]

Mercier, agreement with, for repairing arms in France [1 reference]

Merckemaer (Amsterdam banker) [1 reference]

Mercklé, Johannes P. [2 references + 6 subentries]

Mercure de France (Paris) [8 references + 12 subentries]

Mercury (Brit. ship) [7 references]

Mercury (Continental packet) [10 references]

Mercury (god) [2 references]

Mercury (medicine) [2 references]

Mercury (planet) [1 subentry]

Mercury (French merchant ship) [2 references]

Mercy d'Argenteau, Florimund Claude, Comte (Austrian ambassador to France) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Méreaux, Jean Nicholas Le Froid de (composer) [1 reference]

Meredith, Anne [See redirect]

Meredith, Elizabeth [See redirect]

Meredith, Joseph (ex-prisoner) [1 reference]

Meredith, Reese [1 reference]

Meredith, Samuel, identified [1 reference]

Meredith, Sir William [1 reference]

Meredith (of Philadelphia) [1 reference]

Merens, Meynard (secy. of Hoorn) [1 reference]

Meridian Hill [See redirect]

Merlin (British royal yacht) [1 reference]

Mermaid (snow), in Form II [1 reference]

Merrick, Mr. [1 reference]

Merrick (in Lorient, France) [1 reference]

Merrill (schooner) [3 subentries]

Merrill, Rev. Gyles [2 references]

Merrill (Morrill), Rev. Isaac [4 references]

Merrimack River [11 references + 7 subentries]

Merryman (Merriman), John [1 reference]

Mers el Kébir, Algeria [1 reference]

Mersier, Mr. (of Que.) [1 reference]

Mesmer, Frederick Anthony, and animal magnetism [3 references]

Mesmerism [1 reference]

Mesnard, Capt. Anthony [1 reference]

Mesne process, arrest on [See redirect]

Messagerie [2 references]

Messenger, Hannah, in Form XXIII [1 reference]

Messina, Sicily [1 reference]

Messuage, defined [1 reference]

Mestral de Saint Saphorin, Armand François Louis de (Danish envoy to Netherlands) [4 subentries]

Metaphysics [3 references]

Metcalf v. Deane [1 reference]

Metcalf v. Hale, Form XXIII [2 references]

Metcalf, Hannah, plaintiff, Form XXIII [1 reference]

Metcalf, Stephen (of Suffolk County) [1 reference]

Metcalf, lawsuit against Proprietors of Wrentham, Mass. [1 reference]

Metellus pius [1 reference]

Meteorology [See redirect]

Methodists [3 references]

Methuen, Mass. [2 references]

Metropolitan Museum of Art [1 reference]

Metz, France [2 references]

Meudon, France [2 references]

Meulen, Pieter van der (Dutch) [2 references]

Meuse, Netherlands [1 reference]

Mexico [9 references]

Meyrick, James [1 reference]

Meyrs, Edward [1 reference]

Mézeray, François Eudes de [1 subentry]

Mezzus, Quintus [1 reference]

Miami, Ohio [1 reference]

Michaelson, Michelson [See redirect]

Michigan Territory [1 reference]

Michigan, University of, Clements Library, Gage Papers in [1 reference]

Michilimackinac [See redirect]

Micmac Indians [1 reference]

Middelburg, Netherlands [4 subentries]

Middle Precinct [See redirect]

Middle States, war in [1 reference]

Middle Temple [6 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Middleborough, Mass. [6 references + 2 subentries]

Middleborough (Middletown[?], N.J.) [1 reference]

Middleburg, Belgium [1 reference]

Middlesex Canal [1 “see also” entry]

Middlesex, England [4 references]

Middlesex County, Mass. [10 references + 11 subentries]

Middlesex Resolves [1 reference]

Middleton v. Croft [2 references]

Middleton, Arthur (S.C. member of Congress) [6 references + 6 subentries]

Middleton, Capt. (master of the Ardent) [1 reference]

Middleton, Charles (2d Earl of Middleton and titular Earl of Monmouth) [1 reference]

Middletown (Middleton), Conn. [5 references + 4 subentries]

Middleton, Conyers [1 subentry]

Middleton, Henrietta [See redirect]

Middleton, Henry [5 references]

Middleton, Mrs. (wife of Henry) [1 reference]

Middleton, Henry (prisoner at Plymouth, Mass.) [1 reference]

Middleton, James (prisoner at Plymouth, Mass.) [1 reference]

Middleton, Mass. [3 subentries]

Middleton, Mr., in No. 53 [2 references]

Middleton, Thomas [1 subentry]

Middleton (of London) [1 reference]

Mier, Mr., witness, No. 53 [2 references]

Mifflin, Elizabeth Bagnell (wife of John) [1 reference]

Mifflin, Jonathan [4 references]

Mifflin, Sarah Morris (wife of Thomas) [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Mifflin, Thomas (Penn. member of Congress) [6 references + 39 subentries]

Miggins (in Continental Navy) [1 reference]

Milan, Duchy of [2 references]

Milan, Italy [2 references]

Milbanke, Adm. Mark (Brit.) [1 reference]

Mildmay, Lady Anne Hervey (wife of William) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Mildmay, Sir William (of Moulsham Hall) [2 references]

Mildmay, Sir William and Lady [1 reference]

Miles, Col. Samuel [7 references]

Miles, William Augustus [1 subentry]

Milford (Amer. schooner) [1 reference]

Milford (British ship) [7 references]

Milford, Conn. [3 references]

Military academy [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Military science [2 references + 2 subentries]

Military supplies [3 references + 11 subentries]

Militia (American) [8 references + 34 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Militia diplomacy [6 references + 1 subentry]

Milky Way [1 reference]

Mill Green (Mill Hill, Brit. estate), Essex, England [4 references]

Mill Prison, Plymouth, England [14 references + 10 subentries]

Miller family of Braintree [1 reference]

Miller, Charles, deposition, No. 58 [1 reference]

Miller, Christopher [1 reference]

Miller, Maj. Ebenezer (1730-1811) [2 references + 11 subentries]

Miller, Rev. Ebenezer (1703-1763) [1 reference + 3 subentries]

Miller, Col. (i.e. Maj. Ebenezer?), of Braintree, and Joseph Gooch [1 reference]

Miller, Eleazur (N.Y. merchant) [1 reference]

Miller, Maj. Henry [2 references]

Miller, Janet, witness, No. 62 [1 reference]

Miller, Mary [1 reference]

Miller, Mary Jane [See redirect]

Miller, Mrs. [2 references]

Miller, Samuel (son of Rev. Ebenezer Miller) [1 reference]

Miller, William, No. 12 [1 reference]

Milliken, Nathaniel [1 reference]

Millikin, Deacon, in No. 2 [2 references]

Millikin, John Augur, witness, No. 2 [1 reference]

Millikin, Lemuel, witness, No. 2 [1 reference]

Millikin (tavernkeeper of Scarborough, Maine) [4 references]

Millot, Claude François Xavier [2 subentries]

Mills, Benjamin (of Chesterfield, Mass.) [1 reference]

Mills, John [3 references]

Mills (Nathaniel) and Hicks (John), printers of Boston Post Boy [1 reference]

Mills, Nathaniel (co-publisher of the Boston Post-Boy) [1 reference]

Mills, Steven [1 reference]

Mills, William, witness, No. 60 [1 reference]

Milnes, Richard Moncton (later 1st Baron Houghton) [1 reference]

Milo, Titus Annius [4 references]

Milton Hall, vandalized by students [1 reference]

Milton Hill, Mass. [7 references]

Milton, John [1 reference + 12 subentries]

Milton, Mass. [8 references + 18 subentries]

Milton, Mr. (of Nantasket) [1 reference]

Minchin, Lt. Paul (29th Regiment), in No. 64 [3 references]

Minden, Battle of (1758) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Minden, Germany [3 references]

Miner v. Atlass [1 reference]

Mineral springs (at Stafford, Conn.) [3 references]

Minerva [8 references]

Minerva (Amer. ship) [2 references]

Minerva (Mass. privateer) [7 references]

Minerva (Prussian ship) [1 reference]

Mingoe Indians [1 reference]

Mining [1 reference]

Ministers [3 subentries]

Ministers, Baptist [2 subentries]

Minnigerode, Meade [1 reference]

Miño River, Spain [3 references]

Miño, Spain [1 reference]

Minorca [12 references + 5 subentries]

Minos, King of Crete [1 reference]

Minot v. Prout [See redirect]

Minot, Christopher, defendant, No. 13 [1 reference]

Minot, George Richards (judge) [4 subentries]

Minot, Mr. [1 reference]

Minute Books, court, described [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Minutemen [2 references + 1 subentry + 1 “see also” entry]

Miquelon Islands [11 references]

Mirabel, Comte Montagnini de, minister of Sardinia at The Hague [6 references]

Mirak, Robert [1 reference]

Miralles, Don Juan de [2 references]

Miranda, Francisco de [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Mirick, Timothy, coroner's inquest for, illus. [2 references]

Miromesnil, Armand Thomas Hue de [2 references]

Mirror of Justices [2 references]

Misanthrop, pseudonym [See redirect]

Miscegenation, act forbidding [2 references]

Miscellanea Curiosa [1 reference]

Misinaire, Monsr. [1 reference]

Miskito Indians [2 references]

Missionary Society of Newport (R.I.) [1 reference]

Mississippi Company [2 references]

Mississippi River [11 references + 8 subentries]

Mississippi Territory [1 reference]

Missy, Jean Rousset de [1 subentry]

“Mistick” [See redirect]

Mistley Hall (Brit. estate) [2 references]

Miston, peruke-maker of Paris [1 reference]

Mistrial [1 reference]

Mitchel, Capt. Elisha (of Bridgewater) [2 references]

Mitchel, Mr. (in Leyden) [1 reference]

Mitchel, Mr., cargo of British goods brought by [1 reference]

Mitchel, Nathan (of Bridgwater) [2 references]

Mitchell v. Gile [1 reference]

Mitchell, Edward (of Bridgewater, Mass.) [2 references]

Mitchell, Henry [6 references]

Mitchell, Dr. John (physician and cartographer of Va. and London) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Mitchell, Mary Bethune (wife of Henry) [2 references]

Mitchell (Michael?), Mr. [2 references]

Mitchell (Michael?), Mrs. [1 reference]

Mitchell, Nahum (H.C. 1789) [1 reference]

Mitchell, Stewart [2 references]

Mitchell, William (Scottish pastor in Leyden) [4 references]

Mitchelson (Michaelson, Michelson), David, witness, No. 64 [5 references]

Mitford, William [1 subentry]

Mithridates [1 reference]

Mittau, Poland [1 reference]

Mittimus [2 subentries]

Mobile, Ala. [5 references]

Mobs [4 references]

Modbury, England [1 reference]

Model Treaty [See redirect]

Modern Reports from the Second Year of King William [2 references]

Modern Travels [2 references]

Moerdijk, Netherlands [3 references]

Moffat, Edward, defendant, Form XXIV [1 reference]

Moffat, John [2 references + 1 subentry]

Moffat, Thomas, controversial letters from [3 references]

Mogilyev, Russia [2 references]

Mohammed [3 references]

Mohammed III, Emperor of Morocco [1 reference]

Mohawk Indians [4 references]

Mohawk River [3 references]

Moiland [See redirect]

Molans, Comte d'Urre de [3 subentries]

Molasses [7 references + 3 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Molasses Act [2 references]

“Molatto, the” [See redirect]

Môle St. Nicholas, Haiti [2 references]

Moléon, M. de [1 reference]

Molesworth, James, executed for plot against Philadelphia [2 references]

Molesworth, Robert, 1st Viscount Molesworth, Account of Denmark [1 reference]

Mölich, Mr. (JQA's fellow passenger) [2 references + 2 subentries]

Molière (Jean Baptiste Poquelin) [10 subentries]

Moliere Fils & Co. (Amsterdam merchants) [3 references]

Molineux, William [2 references + 3 subentries]

Molineux, William, Jr. [2 subentries]

Molini (Paris bookseller) [1 reference]

Mollem, Mr. van [1 reference]

Molloy, Charles, De Jure Maritimo et Navali [1 reference]

Molly (brig) [1 reference]

Molly (servant) [1 reference]

Molsby(?), Mr. [2 references]

Moluccas [1 reference]

Molyneaux, Mr. [2 references]

Molyneux (Molineux), Sir Francis [1 reference]

Monadnock Mountain [1 reference]

Monarca (Spanish ship of the line) [1 reference]

Monasterio, Spain [2 references]

Monatiquot River, Mass. [3 references]

Monck (Monk), George, 1st Duke of Albemarle [4 references]

Monckton, Robert (British general) [2 references]

Monday Night Club [1 reference]

Mondferrand (French wine region) [1 reference]

Money [59 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Money equivalents (Europe) [10 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Money had and received, count for, No. 7 [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Money paid, count for [See redirect]

Money v. Leach [1 reference]

Monitier (Amsterdam banker) [1 reference]

Monitor (pseudonym) [1 reference + 6 subentries]

Monk, Christopher, in No. 64 [3 references]

Monks [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Monmouth County, N.J. [1 reference]

Monmouth's Revolt (1685) [2 references]

Monmouth, Battle of (1778) [10 references]

Monmouth, Duke of [See redirect]

Monmouth, Earl of [See redirect]

Monmouth, Earl of [See redirect]

Monmouth (Mass. privateer) [1 reference]

Monnikendam, Netherlands [1 reference]

Monroe, President James (1758-1831) [5 references]

Mons, Belgium [2 references]

“Monsieur” [See redirect]

Monsieur (ship) [1 reference]

Monsigny, Pierre Alexandre de (composer) [2 subentries]

Monson, John (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Montagne, Mr. (servant) [2 references]

Montagne (Paris merchant) [1 reference]

Montagnini di Mirabello, Count Carlo Ignazio Domenico (Sardinian minister to the Netherlands) [4 subentries]

Montagu (British brigantine) [2 references]

Montagu, Sir Edward [1 reference]

Montagu, Edward Wortley, Reflections on . . . the Antient Republicks [1 reference]

Montagu, Elizabeth Dashwood, Duchess of Manchester [1 reference]

Montagu, Capt. George (of the Fowey) [1 reference]

Montagu, George, 4th Duke of Manchester, and peace negotiations in Paris [4 references]

Montagu, Sir Henry, 1st Earl of Manchester [2 references]

Montagu, Adm. John (1719-1795) [6 references]

Montagu, Mrs. (wife of John) [1 reference]

Montagu, John, 4th Earl of Sandwich (1718-1792) [10 references + 2 subentries]

Montagu, Lady Mary Wortley [2 references]

Montaigne, M. (maître d'hôtel) [1 reference]

Montaigne, Michel Eyquem de [1 reference]

Montauban, France [7 references]

Montaudouin, M. [1 reference]

Montbarey, Alexandre Marie Léonor de Saint-Mauris, Prince de (French minister of war) [4 references]

Montcalm de Saint Véran, Louis Joseph, Marquis de [2 references]

Mont Calvaire, France [8 references]

Monte Cristo [1 reference]

Montesquieu, Charles Louis de Secondat, Baron de la Brède et de [3 references + 9 subentries]

Montezillo (JA's home) [See redirect]

Montgolfier, Jacques Etienne [1 reference]

Montgolfier, Jacques Etienne and Joseph Michel (balloonists) [3 references]

Montgolfier, Joseph Michel [1 reference]

Montgomery (Amer. privateer) [3 references]

Montgomery, Capt. [1 reference]

Montgomery, Dorcas Armitage [3 references]

Montgomery (Montgomerry, Montgomary), Hugh (“Edward”) [4 subentries]

Montgomery, Isabela (wife of Hugh) [1 reference]

Montgomery, Janet Livingston (wife of Richard) [2 subentries]

Montgomery, Gen. Richard (U.S.) [7 references + 4 subentries]

Montgomery, Robert (son of Dorcas) [2 references]

Montgomery, Robert (U.S. merchant at Alicante, Spain) [3 references + 4 subentries]

Montgomery, The, v. The Minerva [1 reference]

Montgomery, Maj. William (British), at New London [1 reference]

Montieu (Monthieu), John Joseph [6 references + 9 subentries]

Monthly Review (London) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Monticello (Jefferson's home) [1 reference]

Monti Christi, Spain [1 reference]

Montigny, de (Paris bookseller) [1 reference]

Montmartre, France [2 references]

Montmorency, Henri I, Duc de [2 references]

Montmorency, Mathieu, Baron de [1 reference]

Montmorency, Philip de [See redirect]

Montmorency-Luxembourg, Charles François Christian de, Prince de Tingry [3 references]

Montmorin Saint Hérem, Armand Marc, Comte de (French ambassador to Spain) [5 references]

Montmorin, Mme. de [1 reference]

Montpelier, Vt. [4 references]

Montpensier, Anne Marie Louise d'Orléans, Duchesse de, Mémoires [1 reference]

Montreal, Canada [4 references + 6 subentries]

Montréal, Messrs., with JQA in Russia [16 references]

Montressor's Island, N.Y. [2 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Montreuil, France [2 references]

Montserrat [4 references]

Mont Valérien [1 reference]

Monumental Inscription on the Fifth of March, A . . . . with a few Lines on the Enlargement of Ebenezer Richardson, quoted [1 reference]

Monvel, Jacques Marie [3 subentries]

Moody, Rev. Amos [1 reference]

Moody, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph, at Governor Dummer Academy [1 reference]

Moody, Mrs. (wife of Joshua, of Falmouth, now Portland, Maine) [1 reference]

Moody, Mrs. (wife of Samuel) [1 reference]

Moody, Joshua, visits Quebec [1 reference]

Moody, Rev. Samuel (1676-1747) [2 references + 2 subentries]

Moody, Samuel (1726-1795) [2 references + 3 subentries]

Moody, Sarah [See redirect]

Moon Island, Boston Harbor [10 references + 2 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Moore, Asa [1 reference]

Moore (More), Capt. [2 subentries]

Moore, Edward [2 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Moore, Sir Francis [2 subentries]

Moore, Henry (ex-prisoner) [2 references]

Moore, J. F. (sculptor of statue of Catharine Macaulay) [1 reference]

Moore, Brig. Gen. James, promotion of [4 references]

Moore, Dr. John [2 subentries]

Moore, Rev. John (archbishop of Canterbury) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Moore, John (ex-prisoner) [2 references]

Moore, Mr. [1 reference]

Moore, Ralph (ex-prisoner) [1 reference]

Moore (More), Thomas, in list of candidates for naval appointments [1 reference]

Moore, Maj. Willard [1 reference]

Moore, William (of N.J.) [4 references + 1 subentry]

Moore, Capt. William (of the Patience; British prisoner) [1 reference]

Moore, William (of Penn.) [2 references]

Moorehead (Morehead), Rev. John [1 reference]

Moores, Benjamin, visits in Haverhill [5 references]

Moore's Creek Bridge, Battle of (N.C.) [7 references]

Moor Park, England [1 reference]

Moors [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Moorsel, Théodore van, & Co. (Ostend mercantile firm) [1 reference]

Moose, to be sent as gifts to France [1 reference]

Moot Court [See redirect]

Moqador (now Essaouira), Morocco [1 reference]

Moral sense among men and animals [2 references]

Moravians [7 references + 4 subentries]

Morbut, Mr. (Paris merchant) [1 reference]

Mordaunt, Anna Maria [See redirect]

Mordecai (Biblical character) [1 reference]

More [1 “see also” entry]

More, Hannah [1 subentry]

More or Moore, Mr., carries letters and goods [3 references]

More, Sir Thomas [2 subentries]

Moreau (secy. to Vergennes) [1 reference]

Moreau, Jacob Nicolas, Discours sur l'histoire de France [2 references]

Morecock, Sarah [See redirect]

Morehouse, Col. (member of N.Y. Assembly) [1 reference]

Morel de Chédeville, Etienne [2 subentries]

Morellet, André, Abbé [1 reference]

Mores (Moores?), Mr. (of England) [2 references]

Moret, M. [2 subentries]

Moreton [See redirect]

Morey (tavernkeeper of Norton, Mass.) [1 reference]

Morgan, Maj. Abner(?) [2 references]

Morgan, Brig. Gen. Daniel [7 references + 1 subentry]

Morgan, Hannah [See redirect]

Morgan, Dr. John [14 references + 14 subentries]

Morgan, Mary Hopkinson (wife of John) [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Morgan, Mr. (secy. to Guy Carleton) [1 reference]

Morgan, Thomas, Moral Philosopher [1 reference]

Morgan, W. L. [1 reference]

Morgann, Maurice (secretary to Sir Guy Carleton) [2 subentries]

Morlaix, France [8 references]

Morley's Case, Lord [1 reference]

Morning Chronicle and London Advertiser [6 references]

Morning Herald and Daily Advertiser (London) [11 references]

Morning Post (London) [3 references]

Morning Post and Daily Advertiser (London) [8 references + 5 subentries]

Morning Star (British vessel) [1 reference]

Morocco [12 references + 6 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Morre, Robert (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Morres, Hervey Redmond, 2d Viscount Mountmorres [3 references + 1 subentry]

Morris (Amer. ship) [4 references]

Morris v. Tarin [1 reference]

Morris' River [1 reference]

Morris, Apollos [2 references + 1 subentry]

Morris, F. (of Braintree) [1 reference]

Morris, Gouverneur (Amer. merchant and diplomat) [12 references + 1 subentry]

Morris, Lewis R. (secy. to Robert R. Livingston) [2 references + 3 subentries]

Morris, Mr. (Philadelphia prothonotary) [1 reference]

Morris, Richard B. [1 reference]

Morris, Robert (U.S. superintendent of finance) [2 references + 48 subentries]

Morris, Robert (London barrister and political radical) [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Morris, Roger [1 reference]

Morris, Sarah [See redirect]

Morris, Susanna (Hall) Harvey Rush, mother of Dr. Benjamin Rush [1 reference]

Morris, Thomas [3 references + 7 subentries]

Morris, Lt. William (of the Montgomery) [1 reference]

Morris, William (escaped prisoner?) [1 reference]

Morris, William, accounts with Schweighauser [1 reference]

Morrison, Rev. John [2 subentries]

Morrisson, Capt. James (of the Nancy) [2 references]

Morristown, N.J. [6 references + 1 subentry]

Morse v. Merritt [1 reference]

Morse, Rev. Jedidiah [8 references]

Morse, John, challenged juror, No. 64 [1 reference]

Morse, Joshua, in No. 17 [2 references]

Morse, Katherine (or Katharine), identified [1 reference]

Morse, Mary, witness, No. 30 [1 reference]

Morse, Royal (purported illegitimate son of Royall Tyler), identified [1 reference]

Morse, Samuel Finley Breese [1 subentry]

Mort d'ancestor, assize of, No. 17 [1 reference]

Mortefontaine, Franco-American Convention of (1800) [1 reference]

Mortgage, real estate [6 subentries + 4 “see also” entries]

Mortier & Merckemaer (Amsterdam mercantile firm) [2 references]

Mortimer, Mr. (of Middletown, Conn.) [1 reference]

Morton (ship) [1 reference]

Morton's (Moreton's) Point, Charlestown, Mass. [1 reference]

Morton, Capt. Diman (Dimon), witness, No. 63 [3 references]

Morton, Ephraim (H.C. 1787) [2 subentries]

Morton (Moreton), John [2 subentries]

Morton, John (Penn. member of Congress) [2 references]

Morton, Perez (Mass. attorney) [12 references + 9 subentries]

Morton, Sarah Wentworth Apthorp (wife of Perez) [4 references + 2 subentries]

Morton, Thomas [1 subentry]

Mosaic law [See redirect]

Mosel River [2 references]

Mosely, Betsey Revere (wife of David) [1 reference]

Mosely, David, in Form XI [1 reference]

Moses [3 references]

Moses v. Macferlan [2 references]

Moses, Henry, in JA's accounts [1 reference]

Mosquito Coast [4 references]

Most favored nation [2 references]

“Mother Tapley's boys” [1 reference]

Motion to dismiss, No. 27 [2 references]

Motion, laws of [2 references]

Mott, Mary, witness, No. 1 [2 references]

Motte, Hannah [See redirect]

Motte, Isaac (S.C. member of Congress) [2 references]

Motteville, François Bertaut de [1 subentry]

Mottin de La Balme, Augustin [1 reference + 3 subentries]

Mouchy, Philippe de Noailles, Duc de (marshal of France) [3 references + 3 subentries]

Mouffle d'Angerville, M. [1 subentry]

Moulsham Hall (Brit. estate) [3 references]

Moulton family (of York, Maine) [2 references]

Moulton v. Swett [1 reference]

Moulton, Col., brings newspapers from JA to Isaac Smith Sr. [1 reference]

Moulton, Daniel, witness, No. 2 [1 reference]

Moulton, Lt. Col. Johnson [2 references]

Moulton, Jotham (sheriff of York County, Maine) [2 references]

Moultrie, Col. William [2 references]

Moultrie, William [1 reference]

Mount Wollaston, Mass. [1 reference + 2 “see also” entries]

Mount Desert Island, Maine [3 references]

Mount Hope [1 reference]

Mount Independence [4 references]

Mount Mansell [See redirect]

Mount Monadnock [1 reference]

Mountmorres, Viscount [See redirect]

Mt. Pleasant [3 references]

Mt. Sinai [1 reference]

Mount Stuart, Lord [See redirect]

Mount Tom, Conn. [1 reference]

Mount Vernon (Washington's home) [7 references]

Mount Washington, N.Y. [1 reference]

Mourning [4 subentries]

Mouse, Philip (stocking weaver) [1 reference]

Mowat, Capt. Henry (British navy) [2 references + 2 subentries]

Moyes, Dr. Henry (Scottish scientist) [4 references + 1 subentry]

Moylan, Mrs. (wife of James) [1 reference]

Moylan, James (Lorient merchant) [6 references + 11 subentries]

Moylan (Moyland, Moiland), Brig. Gen. Stephen [4 references]

Moylan, Mr. (brother of James Moylan) [1 reference]

Moyse, John, defendant, No. 61 [1 reference]

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus [1 reference]

Mozon, Mademoiselle [2 references]

Mud Island, Delaware River [1 reference]

Muddy River, Mass. [See redirect]

Mugford, Capt. James (of the Franklin) [2 subentries]

Mugford, James (son of James, witness, No. 4) [2 subentries]

Mugford, James, witness, No. 4 [1 reference]

Mühlen, Charles de (Dutch officer) [1 subentry]

Muhlenberg, Brig. Gen. John Peter Gabriel [4 references]

Mulendorf, Gen. (Austrian) [1 reference]

Mulheim, Germany [1 reference]

Muller, John, works by [3 references]

Mullikin, Amos (deputy sheriff, Essex co.), witness, No. 7 [1 reference]

Mullin, Thomas (prisoner at Worcester, Mass.) [1 reference]

Mumford, Thomas (Groton, Conn., merchant) [2 references]

Mumps [4 references]

Munich, Germany [2 references]

Munitions [1 reference + 7 subentries]

Munn (tavernkeeper of Sudbury, Mass.) [2 references]

Munro, Brev. Col. Hector (British) [1 reference]

Munro, Peter Jay [1 reference]

Munroe (Monro, Munro), John, in No. 63 [4 references]

Munrow, Mr. [1 reference]

Munster (Bishopric of) [2 references]

Murder [11 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Murdock, Mr. [1 reference]

Muros, Spain [1 reference]

Murphy, Arthur (playwright) [2 subentries]

Murray v. Brattle [See redirect]

Murray, David, 7th Viscount Stormont (British secy. of state) [16 references + 8 subentries]

Murray, Gen. [1 reference]

Murray, Dr. Henry (father of William) [2 references]

Murray, James (justice of the peace; owner of Murray's Barracks) [4 subentries]

Murray, Mrs. (wife of John) [1 reference]

Murray, Rev. John (1741-1815) [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Murray, John, 4th Earl of Dunmore (1732-1809) [3 references + 7 subentries]

Murray, John (ex-prisoner) [2 references]

Murray, Rev. John (of Newburyport) [3 subentries]

Murray, Col. John (of Rutland, Mass.) [6 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Murray, John(?), member of Mass. General Court (1766) [1 reference]

Murray, John, in No. 3 [2 references]

Murray, Louisa, Viscountess Stormont [1 reference]

Murray, Matthew, witness, Nos. 63 and 64 [4 references]

Murray, Rebecca Orrick (mother of Willliam) [2 references]

Murray, William Vans (of Cambridge) [2 references + 18 subentries]

Murray, William, 1st Earl of Mansfield [22 references + 6 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Murray, v. Salisbury [1 reference]

Murry, Capt. Alexander (of the Saratoga) [4 references]

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston [1 reference]

Museums [5 subentries]

Music [8 references + 34 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Musical Miscellany [2 references]

Mutiny [1 subentry]

Mutiny Acts [8 references]

Muyden, Johannes van [1 subentry]

Muyser, Gerald (1st husband of Gertruy R. van Berckel) [1 reference]

Muzzy, William, defendant, No. 40 [1 reference]

My Grandmother [See redirect]

Myers, Mr. [3 references]

Mylius, Anthony (notary) [4 references + 3 subentries]

“Myra” [See redirect]

“Myrtilla” [See redirect]

Mysore War (1780) [4 references]

Mysore, India [1 reference]

Mystic [See redirect]

Mystic Grove [See redirect]

Mystic River [3 references]

Mystic, Conn. [4 references]