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“W” (newspaper pseudonym), replied to [1 reference]

W.R. (pseudonym) [1 reference]

WSS [See redirect]

Waal River [2 references]

Wabash River [1 reference]

Wachusett Mountain [1 reference]

Waddel, Waddle [See redirect]

Wade, Mr. [1 reference]

Wadenoyen, Mr. van (president of the States General) [1 reference]

Wadlin, Horace G. (librarian, Boston Public Library) [1 reference]

Wadström, Charles Bernard [2 subentries]

Wadsworth v. Loring, No. 34 [3 references]

Wadsworth, Bethiah [See redirect]

Wadsworth, Elizabeth (Betsy, daughter of Jeremiah) [1 reference]

Wadsworth, Harriet (daughter of Jeremiah) [1 reference]

Wadsworth, Col. Jeremiah (of Hartford, Conn.) [6 references + 2 subentries]

Wadsworth, Mr., commands troops on Moon and Long islands in Boston Harbor [1 reference]

Wadsworth, Mr., plaintiff, No. 34 [1 reference]

Wadsworth, Capt. Peleg [1 reference]

Wadsworth, in Philadelphia [1 reference]

Wadsworth, Deacon, witness, No. 34 [1 reference]

Wager, action on [1 reference]

Wagstaff, Simon (pseud.) [See redirect]

Wailly, Charles de (royal architect) [3 references]

Wailly, M. de, Oraisons choisies [1 reference]

Wainwood (Wenwood), Godfrey [2 references]

Wainwright, Mr. (an Englishman) [1 reference]

Wainwright, Peter (of Boston) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Wait, John [1 reference]

Wait, Capt., of Portland, Maine [1 reference]

Waite, Sir Jacob [1 reference]

Waite, John [1 reference]

Waite, Lady Maria [3 references]

Wake, English parish festival [1 reference]

Walcheren Island, Netherlands [1 reference]

Waldeck, Germany [2 references]

Waldergrave, Capt. (of the Pomona) [1 reference]

Waldern [See redirect]

Waldo v. Gridley, Form II [3 references]

Waldo, Daniel [1 reference]

Waldo, Francis [3 subentries]

Waldo, John Jones (son of Joseph) [2 references + 3 subentries]

Waldo, John, plaintiff, Form II [1 reference]

Waldo, Joseph (Boston merchant) [5 references + 1 subentry]

Waldo, Mr. (collector of Falmouth) [1 reference]

Waldo, Mr., in No. 64 [4 references]

Waldo, Samuel [1 reference]

Waldo, Col. Samuel, in No. 2 [1 reference]

Waldos, in Boston [1 reference]

Waldron, Elizabeth [See redirect]

Wales [5 references + 2 subentries]

Wales, Dr. Ephraim [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Wales, Hannah Nightingall (of Braintree) [2 references]

Wales, John (of Dorchester) [2 references]

Wales, Joseph (of Lancaster) [2 references]

Wales, Nathaniel, Richard Cranch buys land from [1 reference]

Wales, Prince of [2 references]

Wales, Capt. Thomas [3 references]

Wales, writ-drawer in Braintree [2 references]

Walfahrt, Ferdinand (glassmaker) [1 reference]

Walkelin (Walkelyne), bishop of Winchester [1 reference]

Walker v. Parker [1 reference]

Walker, Benjamin(?) (of Bradford) [1 reference]

Walker, Capt., witness, No. 36 [1 reference]

Walker, Charles [2 references]

Walker, David [1 reference]

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

Walker, Mr. (ship carpenter), in No. 64 [2 references]

Walker, Quock [1 reference]

Walker, Samuel (son of Benjamin) [1 reference + 9 subentries]

Walker, Mrs. (wife of Thomas) [1 reference]

Walker, Thomas (of Assomption, Quebec) [3 subentries]

Walker, Col. Timothy [1 reference]

Wall, Jacobus van de [1 reference]

Wallace (Wallis), James, witness, No. 43 [4 references]

Wallace, Capt. James (British navy) [9 references]

Wallace, James (British attorney general) [4 references]

Wallace, John(?), of Philadelphia [1 reference]

Wallace, Mr. (of N.Y.) [1 reference]

Wallace, Mr., in No. 7 [1 reference]

Wallace, N.Y. passenger aboard the Martha [4 references]

Wallace, Capt. William (of the Dolphin) [1 reference]

Wallace, of London [1 reference]

Waller, Edmund (British poet) [4 references + 1 subentry]

Walley (Wally), Justice Abiel [2 references]

Walley, Thomas [1 reference]

Wallingford, Conn. [2 references]

Wallingsford, Lt. Samuel (of the Ranger) [2 references]

Wallis, William Wait, juror, No. 63 [2 references]

Waln, Nicholas, identified [1 reference]

Walpole, Horace, 4th Earl of Orford [1 reference]

Walpole, Mass. [2 references]

Walpole, Sir Robert, 1st Earl of Orford [4 references]

Walpole, Thomas(?) [1 reference]

Walsh, D. (ex-prisoner) [1 reference]

Walsh, Regiment of (French) [1 reference]

Walshe, John (of the Drake; British prisoner) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Walsingham, Como. Robert (British) [6 references + 5 subentries]

Walson (owner of Dolphin) [1 reference]

Walter, “Parson,” and the Otises [1 reference]

Walter, Rev. William (Billy, loyalist propagandist) [5 references]

Walters, Sir John [2 references]

Walters, Lucy (mistress of Charles II) [1 reference]

Walters, William (Amer. prisoner) [1 subentry]

Waltersdorff, Ernst Frederik von (Danish diplomat) [4 references]

Waltham v. Weston [1 reference]

Waltham, Drigue Billers Olmius, 2d baron [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Waltham, Mass. [4 references]

Walton, George (delegate from Ga.) [7 references]

Walton, Jacob (N.Y. loyalist) [2 references]

Wanks River, Honduras-Nicaragua [1 reference]

Wanner, Fredrik (Dordrecht printer and bookseller) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Wanstead House (Brit. estate) [3 references]

Wanstead, England [1 reference]

Wanton, Joseph [1 reference]

War Office [See redirect]

War of 1812 [1 reference]

War, Law of [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Warburton, Mr. [1 reference]

Warburton, William, Bishop of Gloucester [1 reference]

Ward [2 “see also” entries]

Ward v. Evans [1 reference]

Ward, Col. (of Mass.) [1 reference]

Ward, Maj. Gen. Artemas [23 references + 19 subentries]

Ward, Artemas (son of Gen. Artemas) [1 reference]

Ward, Artemus (humorist) [1 reference]

Ward, Azutah [See redirect]

Ward, Capt., of Worcester, Mass. [1 reference]

Ward, Charles [2 subentries]

Ward, Charles (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Ward, Henry [2 references]

Ward, John [2 subentries]

Ward, Col. Jonathan [3 references]

Ward, Maj. Joseph [1 reference + 34 subentries]

Ward, Joseph [1 reference]

Ward, Lucretia [See redirect]

Ward, Samuel (delegate from R.I.) [13 subentries]

Ward, Samuel, Jr. [2 subentries]

Ward, Samuel, of Worcester, Mass. [2 references]

Ward, Samuel, witness, No. 10 [1 reference]

Wardell, Jonathan (of the Drake; British prisoner) [1 reference]

Warden, James, defendant, No. 8 [1 reference]

Warden, Sarah (wife of William) [1 reference]

Warden, William, in Form XXVI [1 reference]

Ware v. Brick [1 reference]

Ware, George [1 reference]

Ware, Rev. Henry [12 subentries]

Ware, Ichabod, and No. 17 [1 reference]

Ware, Mr., in No. 44 [2 references]

Waring (Waren), Dr. Thomas (of S.C.) [4 references + 2 subentries]

Warland, John (H.C. 1786) [3 references]

Warland, William (H.C. 1786, brother of John) [1 reference]

Warminster, Penn. [1 reference]

Warner, Continental officer [1 reference]

Warner, Deb., witness, No. 59 [1 reference]

Warner, Hannah, witness, No. 59 [1 reference]

Warner, Jonathan [1 reference]

Warner, Jonathan (N.H. councilor), in No. 56 [1 reference]

Warner, Jonathan (of Worcester County) [1 reference]

Warner, Mr., wounded by love [1 reference]

Warner, Col. Seth [3 references]

Warner, Susanna [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Warneton, Belgium [1 reference]

Warrant of contempt, in Field v. Lambert [1 reference]

Warrant of removal (poor law) [4 subentries]

Warrant of warning (poor law) [3 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Warrant to land goods [2 subentries]

Warrant, arrest [2 subentries]

Warrant, general [2 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Warrant, search, No. 44 [4 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Warranty of another's obligation, commonplaced [1 reference]

Warren (Continental frigate) [13 references]

Warren (Continental schooner) [2 references]

Warren Association [4 references]

Warren Bridge County, case of [See redirect]

Warren family (of Plymouth) [1 reference]

Warren, Capt. Benjamin (of the Lion) [1 reference]

Warren, Charles (son of James) [2 references + 16 subentries]

Warren, George (son of James) [10 references + 2 subentries]

Warren, Gideon [1 reference]

Warren, Henry (son of James) [8 references + 6 subentries]

Warren, James (1726-1808, Mass. politician) [163 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Warren, James, Jr. (1757-1821, son of James) [11 references + 6 subentries]

Warren, Dr. John (Revolutionary patriot) [2 references + 4 subentries]

Warren, John, privateersman [1 reference]

Warren, Dr. Joseph (1741-1775, of Boston) [14 references + 31 subentries]

Warren, Joseph, Jr. (H.C. 1786) [1 reference]

Warren, Mass. [1 reference]

Warren, Mercy Otis (historian, wife of James) [7 references + 143 subentries]

Warren, Mr., unidentified son of James and Mercy Warren [3 references]

Warren, R.I. [3 references]

Warren, William [3 subentries]

Warren, Winslow (son of James) [6 references + 25 subentries]

Warren, Winslow (of Dedham) [1 reference]

Warrener, tavernkeeper of Brimfield, Mass. [1 reference]

Warrington Academy, Warrington, England [1 reference]

Warrington, England [1 reference]

Warton, Joseph [1 subentry]

Warton, Thomas [1 subentry]

Warville, Jacques Pierre Brissot de [1 subentry]

Warwick, Earl of [1 reference]

Warwick, Mass. [1 reference]

Warwick, N.Y. [1 reference]

Warwickshire, England [1 reference]

Washburn, Azel, Dartmouth student [1 reference]

Washburn, Seth, defendant, No. 37 [2 references]

Washeba, John [1 reference]

Washington (packet) [9 references]

Washington (Continental frigate) [6 references]

Washington (Washington's armed brig) [3 references]

Washington County, Maine [1 reference]

Washington, D.C. [5 references + 1 subentry + 2 “see also” entries]

Washington, George [4 references + 218 subentries + 3 “see also” entries]

Washington, Martha Dandridge Custis (wife of George) [4 references + 3 subentries]

Washington, Mr. le (teller of stories) [2 references]

Wasp (British warship) [2 references]

Wassenaar, Netherlands [1 reference]

Wassenaer Starrenburg, Willem Lodewijk, Baron van (Dutch minister to Russia) [13 references]

Watchmakers [2 references]

Water [4 references]

Water rights [2 subentries + 3 “see also” entries]

Waterbury, Conn. [2 references]

Waterbury, Col. David [1 reference]

Waterhouse, Dr. Benjamin (Harvard professor) [16 references + 24 subentries]

Waterhouse, Elizabeth Oliver (1st wife of Benjamin) [2 references]

Waterhouse, Louisa Lee (2d wife of Benjamin) [1 subentry]

Waterhouse, Mr., in No. 52 [1 reference]

Waterhouse, Rebecca [1 reference]

Waterhouse, Samuel [2 references]

Waterland, Daniel (British theologian) [1 reference]

Waterman, Foster (H.C. 1789) [1 reference]

Watermarks, “Arms of England” [2 references]

Waters, Capt. Daniel (of the General Gates and Thorn) [5 references]

Waters, Col. Josiah (Boston distiller) [5 references]

Waters, Josiah (H.C. 1790) [3 references]

Waters, Mr. (writer) [1 reference]

Watertown, Mass. [50 references + 2 subentries]

Watkins, Benjamin (of Chesterfield County, Va.) [1 reference]

Watkins (Watkin), Rev. John (chaplain of the Alliance) [3 references]

Watkins, tailor at Lorient, France [1 reference]

Wats v. Brains [1 reference]

Watson & Rashleigh [1 reference]

Watson v. Caesar [2 references]

Watson v. M'Nairy [1 reference]

Watson, Abraham [1 reference]

Watson, Ebenezer (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Watson, Elizabeth (later wife of Nathaniel Niles), of Plymouth [2 references]

Watson, Elizabeth Oliver (wife of George) [1 subentry]

Watson, Elizabeth (later, by 1st marriage wife of Thomas Russell) [1 subentry]

Watson, Elizabeth or Ellen, of Plymouth [1 reference]

Watson, Elkanah, Sr. [6 references]

Watson, Elkanah, Jr. [5 references + 6 subentries]

Watson, Ellen (later wife of John Davis), of Plymouth [2 references]

Watson, Col. George (loyalist) [3 references]

Watson, James [2 references]

Watson, John [1 subentry]

Watson, Mr. [1 reference]

Watson, Mrs. (tavernkeeper of Hackensack, N.J.) [1 reference]

Watson, Richard (Bishop of Llandaff) [6 subentries]

Watson, Robert [1 subentry]

Watson, Sarah [See redirect]

Watson, William, of Plymouth, identified [1 reference]

Watson, friend of John Thaxter [1 reference]

Watson-Wentworth, Charles, 2d Marquis of Rockingham (Brit. politician) [11 references + 14 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Watt (British privateer) [5 references]

Watts (Boston conspirator) [1 reference]

Watts v. Hasey [1 reference]

Watts, Isaac [2 references + 4 subentries]

Watts, Miss J. C. [1 reference]

Watts, Samuel, Jr. (Chelsea selectman) [1 reference]

Watts, Samuel, Suffolk inferior court judge [3 references]

Waxhaws, S.C. [2 references]

Waxworks in Philadelphia [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Wayman, Moses [1 reference]

Wayne, Brig. Gen. Anthony (U.S.) [18 references]

Wealth [See redirect]

Weare, Meshech [3 references]

Weather [4 references + 41 subentries]

Weatherston v. Hawkins [1 reference]

Weaver v. Ward [1 reference]

Weaver, Mr. (Philadelphia tavernkeeper) [1 reference]

Weaver, William A. [1 reference]

Webb family, of Mass. [1 reference]

Webb, Abigail, of Braintree [1 reference]

Webb, Benjamin [1 reference]

Webb, Col. Charles (19th Continental Infantry) [2 references]

Webb, Chris., of Braintree [1 reference]

Webb, J., and Mayhew children, No. 1 [1 reference]

Webb, Rev. John, father of Jonathan (“Don”) [1 reference]

Webb, Deacon Jonathan (of Braintree) [5 references + 1 subentry]

Webb, Elizabeth Jones (wife of Jonathan) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Webb, Jonathan (“Don,” of Portland, Maine) [2 references]

Webb, Jonathan (father of Nathan Webb) [1 reference]

Webb, Jonathan (nephew of Nathan Webb) [1 reference]

Webb, Joseph, of Wethersfield, Conn. [1 reference]

Webb, Messrs., of Wethersfield, Conn., step-sons of Silas Deane [1 reference]

Webb, Methodist minister in Philadelphia [1 reference]

Webb, Nathan (1734-1760, JA's cousin) [2 references + 5 subentries]

Webb, Rev. Nathan (1705-1772, JA's uncle) [2 references + 2 subentries]

Webb, Nehemiah, witness, No. 3 [1 reference]

Webb, Ruth Ann (JA's aunt, wife of Nathan) [3 references]

Webb, Gen. Samuel Blachley (of Conn.) [2 references]

Webb, Samuel [1 reference]

Webb, in Philadelphia [2 references]

Weber (Webber), Capt. Ignatius [2 references]

Webber, Rev. Samuel [3 references]

Webster, Daniel (U.S. Sen., Mass.) [2 subentries]

Webster, Ebenezer [2 references]

Webster, Jonathan (Haverhill assessor) [1 reference]

Webster, Mr., witness, No. 7 [2 references]

Webster, Mrs. [1 reference]

Webster, Mrs., had grands talens pour le silence [1 reference]

Webster, Noah (1758-1843) [1 reference]

Webster, Pelatiah [3 subentries]

Webster, Rev. Samuel (of Salisbury) [2 references]

Wedderburn, Alexander, 1st Baron Loughborough [7 references + 2 subentries]

Weddings [8 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Wedge, theory of the [1 reference]

Wednesday Evening Club (Boston) [3 references]

Weedon, Brig. Gen. George [1 reference]

Weeks v. Peach [1 reference]

Weeks, Capt., of the Reprisal [1 reference]

Weesop, of Amsterdam [1 reference]

Weibert [See redirect]

Weibert, Antoine Felix, recommended for a commission [5 references]

Weighmouth [See redirect]

Weights and measures, regulation of [1 reference]

Weis, Capt. C. G. (Dutch) [2 references]

Weissenstein, Charles de, and “the Weissenstein affair” [1 reference]

Weitzell, John, petition to Continental Congress [1 reference]

Welch, Francis [2 subentries]

Welch, Lt. Hezekiah (of the Boston) [4 references + 2 subentries]

Welch, Lt. John (ex-prisoner) [2 subentries]

Welcome (American sloop) [2 references]

Weld, Abigail Greenleaf (wife of Ezra) [6 references]

Weld, Eleazer (Roxbury selectman) [1 reference]

Weld, Rev. Ezra (of Braintree) [9 references + 3 subentries]

Weld, Ludovicus (H.C. 1789) [2 references]

Welderen, Comte de, at The Hague [2 references]

Welderen, Dutch naval officer [1 reference]

Welderen, Jan Walraad Graaf van (Dutch ambassador to Britain) [17 references]

Welfare, regulation of [1 reference]

Weller or Willer, F. (of Leyden) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Welles (Wells), Benjamin, Continental surgeon's mate [1 reference]

Welles, Elizabeth [See redirect]

Welles (Wells), Samuel (minister and judge) [8 references]

Wellfleet, Mass. [7 references + 1 subentry]

Wellford (Wilford), George, deposition, No. 4 [2 references]

Wellman (Welman), Rev. James [1 reference]

Wells [See redirect]

Wells, Hannah Adams (wife of Thomas) [2 references]

Wells, Maj. Levi (22d Continental Infantry) [1 reference]

Wells, Maine [8 references]

Wells, Nathaniel (of Maine) [1 reference]

Wells, Rachel (Lovell) [2 subentries]

Wells, Thomas [2 references]

Wells, Thomas (of Boston) [1 reference]

Welsh family of Boston [1 reference]

Welsh, Abigail Kent (wife of Dr. Thomas, cousin of AA) [1 reference + 9 subentries]

Welsh, Charlotte (daughter of Dr. Thomas) [3 references]

Welsh, David (ex-prisoner) [1 reference]

Welsh, Harriet (d. 1857, daughter of Dr. Thomas) [5 references + 2 subentries]

Welsh, John Adams (son of Dr. Thomas) [1 reference]

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

Welsh, Mr. (Braintree tradesman) [1 reference]

Welsh (Welch), Dr. Thomas (1752?-1831, of Boston) [1 reference + 22 subentries]

Welsh, Thomas, Jr. (1779-1831, son of Dr. Thomas) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Welsh, William (son of Dr. Thomas) [2 references]

Welts (Welch), David, witness, No. 43 [4 references]

Wemms Trial [See redirect]

Wemms (Wemyss, Wemys, Whems, Wimms), Cpl. William [5 subentries]

Wemyss, Maj. James (British) [2 references]

Wendel, Dr., in Braintree [1 reference]

Wendell v. Williams, Form XIII [1 reference]

Wendell, Catherine Brattle (wife of John Mico) [1 reference]

Wendell, Jacob, Suffolk County justice [1 reference]

Wendell, John (1703-1762), Suffolk County justice [1 reference]

Wendell, John (of Portsmouth, N.H.) [2 references]

Wendell, John Mico [1 reference]

Wendell, Mary Jackson (wife of Oliver) [1 subentry]

Wendell, Miss (of Newburyport) [2 references]

Wendell (Wendle), Mr., tried by British in Boston [1 reference]

Wendell, Mr., eccentric [2 references]

Wendell (Wendall), Oliver [2 subentries]

Wendell, Oliver [6 references + 3 subentries]

Wendell, Oliver, plaintiff, Form XIII [1 reference]

Wendell, Sarah (later wife of Abiel Holmes) [1 reference]

Wenham, Mass. [1 reference]

Wensing (Wenshing), Mr. (JQA's tutor at Leyden) [3 references + 3 subentries]

Wentworth v. Dean [4 references]

Wentworth v. Frost [1 reference]

Wentworth v. Knight [1 reference]

Wentworth v. Loggs [1 reference]

Wentworth v. Masts and Bowsprit [1 reference]

Wentworth v. Noyes [1 reference]

Wentworth v. The Elizabeth [1 reference]

Wentworth, Benning (gov. of N.H.) [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Wentworth, Benning, v. Logs [1 reference]

Wentworth, Sir Charles Mary [2 references]

Wentworth, Frances Wentworth (wife of John) [2 references]

Wentworth, Capt. George [1 reference]

Wentworth, George, in No. 58 [6 references]

Wentworth, John (gov. of N.H.) [14 subentries]

Wentworth, Joshua (owner of McClary) [2 references]

Wentworth, Mark Hunking (father of John) [2 references]

Wentworth, Michael [1 reference]

Wentworth, Paul (British agent) [3 subentries]

Wentworth, Samuel [1 reference]

Wentworth, Gen. Thomas (British) [1 reference]

Wentworth, Thomas, 1st Earl of Strafford [5 references]

Wentworth, Thomas, Harvard student [1 reference]

Wenwood [See redirect]

Wescan, legal witness in Boston [1 reference]

Weser River, Germany [1 reference]

Wesley, John [1 subentry]

Wesphälischen Reichs Grafen-Collegio [1 reference]

Wesson, Lt. Col. James [2 subentries]

West Bridgewater, Mass. [3 references]

West Cambridge, Mass. [2 “see also” entries]

West Falkland Island [1 reference]

West Florida [1 reference]

West Friesland, Netherlands [1 reference + 2 “see also” entries]

West India Company (British) [1 reference]

West India Company (Dutch) [1 reference]

West Indies [10 references + 76 subentries + 3 “see also” entries]

West Point [See redirect]

West Point, N.Y. [8 references]

West Riding, England [1 reference]

West Town, Mass. [1 reference]

West v. Chamberlin [1 reference]

West, Benjamin, Sr. (artist) [3 references + 23 subentries]

West, Benjamin, Jr. (son of Benjamin, Sr.) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

West, Elisha, witness, No. 1 [2 references]

West, Elizabeth Shewell (wife of Benjamin, Sr.) [4 references]

West, Mrs. (wife of Henry) [2 references]

West, Joanna Kast (wife of Henry, of Haverhill) [3 references]

West, Mrs. (of Haverhill) [1 reference]

West, Raphael Lamar (son of Benjamin, Sr.) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

West, Richard [1 reference]

West, Rev. Samuel (of New Bedford) [8 references + 1 subentry]

West, Samuel (H.C. 1788) [2 references]

West, Rear Adm. Temple [2 references]

West, William [2 references]

West, William(?), in Philadelphia [2 references]

West, William, Jr. [1 reference]

Westborough, Mass. [1 reference]

Westchester County, N.Y. [1 reference]

Westenhook territory, N.Y. [2 references]

Westergo (quarter of Friesland) [1 reference]

Westerly, R.I. [2 references]

Western (now Warren), Mass. [4 references]

Western Islands [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Western lands (U.S.) [5 references + 1 subentry]

Westerveld, Mr. de (member of Provincial States of Utrecht) [1 reference]

Westfield, Mass. [5 references]

Westfield, N.J. [2 references]

Westford, Mass. [1 subentry]

Westminster II, Statute of [1 reference]

Westminster Magazine [1 reference]

Westminster School [1 reference]

Westminster, England [10 references]

Westminster, Mass. [1 reference]

Weston v. Dobniet [See redirect]

Weston, Mass. [5 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Westover v. Dabbinet [1 reference]

Wetherall, tavernkeeper of Plymouth, Mass. [1 reference]

Wethersfield, Conn. [2 references + 3 subentries]

Wetmore, William [4 references + 3 subentries]

Weybridge, England [1 reference]

Weymouth, Mass. [6 references + 29 subentries]

“Weymouth Case” [1 reference]

Weymouth, England [2 references]

Weymouth, Lord [See redirect]

Whackum (pseudonym) [See redirect]

Whale fisheries [23 references + 20 subentries]

Whale oil [6 references + 1 subentry]

Whales, property in [2 references]

Whalley, Edward, regicide [3 references]

Wharton, Carpenter [2 references]

Wharton, Francis (editor) [2 references + 2 subentries]

Wharton, John [2 references]

Wharton, Joseph, Jr. [6 references + 3 subentries]

Wharton, Joseph (“Duke”) [1 reference]

Wharton, Philip, Duke of [1 reference]

Wharton, Samuel [9 references + 1 subentry]

Wharton, Thomas, Jr. [2 references + 1 subentry]

Whately, Thomas (Brit. horticulturalist) [3 references + 4 subentries]

Whately, William [1 reference]

Wheat [1 reference]

Wheat, Mr., inoculated for smallpox in Boston [3 references]

Wheate, Sir Jacob [See redirect]

Wheate, Lady [See redirect]

Wheatland, David P. [1 reference]

Wheatly v. Low [1 reference]

Wheatly, Nathaniel [1 reference]

Wheble, John, London printer [1 reference]

Wheelden (Whelden, Whilden, Wheldins, Wheeldings), John, in No. 43 [12 references]

Wheelden, John, Jr., witness, No. 43 [2 references]

Wheeler, Abraham, juror, No. 64 [2 references]

Wheeler, Capt. Adam, insurgent [1 reference]

Wheeler, Rev. Joseph [1 reference]

Wheeler, Mr. [1 reference]

Wheeler, Mrs. [1 reference]

Wheeler, Samuel, Philadelphia armorer [1 reference]

Wheeler, Solomon, witness, No. 30 [1 reference]

Wheeler, Rev. William Willard [4 references]

Wheelock, Eleazar (founder of Dartmouth College) [1 reference]

Wheelock, James (brother of John) [1 reference]

Wheelock, John (president of Dartmouth College) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Wheelright, Mr. [1 reference]

Wheelright, Mrs. [1 reference]

Wheelwright, Esther (Ursuline nun) [2 subentries]

Wheelwright, Jeremiah [5 references]

Wheelwright, Nathaniel [1 reference]

Wheland, B. (ex-prisoner) [1 reference]

Whelch [See redirect]

Whelden, Robert, in No. 43 [1 reference]

Whelden, Seth, Jr., witness, No. 43 [2 references]

Whems [See redirect]

Whetcomb, Simon [1 reference]

Whetstone Point, Md. [1 reference]

“Whig Antimason, A” [See redirect]

“Whig of the Old School, A” [See redirect]

Whig (National Republican) party [3 “see also” entries]

Whig Tavern (Boston) [2 references]

Whigs, American [2 references + 3 subentries]

Whigs (British) [1 reference]

Whipple, Capt. Abraham (Continental Navy) [2 references + 20 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Whipple, Elizabeth Cutts (wife of Joseph) [1 reference]

Whipple, Hannah [See redirect]

Whipple, Hannah (sister of William Whipple) [1 reference]

Whipple, John, Jr. [1 reference]

Whipple, John, Jr., defendant, No. 38 [1 reference]

Whipple, Rev. Joseph [1 reference]

Whipple, Oliver (Portsmouth, N.H., lawyer) [3 subentries]

Whipple, William (delegate from N.H.) [6 references + 11 subentries]

Whist [1 “see also” entry]

Whiston, Obadiah, witness, No. 63 [1 reference]

Whitall, Joseph P. [8 references]

Whitby, Daniel [3 subentries]

Whitcomb (Whetcomb), Maj. Gen. John (Mass.) [1 reference + 5 subentries]

Whitcomb, Col. Asa [2 subentries]

Whitcomb, Lt. Benjamin [1 reference]

Whitcomb, John (of Bolton, Mass.) [1 reference]

Whitcomb, Lt. (American scout), assassinates Gen. Gordon [1 reference]

Whitcomb, Noah [1 reference]

Whitcomb, Rev., of Bolton, Mass. [3 references]

White [1 “see also” entry]

White (Wite), Hugh [4 subentries]

White Clay Creek, Del. [2 references]

White Haven Harbor, N.S. [1 reference]

“White Negro” [2 references]

White Pine Acts [7 subentries + 3 “see also” entries]

White Plains, N.Y. [5 references]

White Sea [1 reference]

White family (of Haverhill) [1 reference]

White v. Bartlett [1 reference]

White v. Bowditch (“the Hat case”) [2 references]

White v. French [1 reference]

White v. Sloop Polly and Cargo [1 reference]

White, Abijah, Sr. (of Marshfield, Mass.) [3 references]

White, Ann [See redirect]

White, Benjamin [4 references]

White, Benjamin (1724-1790) [1 reference]

White, Benjamin (Brookline selectman) [4 references]

White, Benjamin (d. 1723), of Brookline [1 reference]

White, Capt., captured with Benjamin Hichborn [3 references]

White, Capt., in Capt. Derby's employ and brings prize into Boston [1 reference]

White, Daniel [3 references]

White, Daniel (of Marshfield, Mass.) [1 reference]

White, Eb., and his father [1 reference]

White, Edward [1 reference]

White, James [1 reference]

White, James (prisoner at Dinan, France) [1 reference]

White, James, challenged juror, No. 64 [1 reference]

White, John (minister of Nayland, England) [1 reference]

White, John, Sr. (of Haverhill) [8 references + 8 subentries]

White, John, Jr. [2 subentries]

White, John, in No. 18 [1 reference]

White, Jonathan [1 reference]

White, Capt. Joseph (of sloop Revenge) [2 references]

White, Lt. Joseph [1 reference]

White, Josiah [2 references]

White, Leonard (son of John) [21 subentries]

White, Lt. [See redirect]

White, Mary [See redirect]

White, Mary Chandler (wife of William) [1 reference]

White, Mary Harrison (wife of William) [1 reference]

White, Mary Henley (daughter of Sarah Leavitt White Payson) [2 references]

White, Miss (of Phila.) [1 reference]

White, Miss M. (of Phila.) [2 references]

White, Peggy [8 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

White, Rebecca (daughter of Squire Samuel) [2 references]

White, Samuel [1 reference]

White, Col. Samuel [2 references]

White, Samuel (lawyer of Taunton, Mass.) [4 references + 2 subentries]

White, Squire Samuel [2 references]

White, Samuel (of Marblehead, Mass.), in Nantes [1 reference]

White, Samuel, Jr. [3 references]

White, Samuel, deposition, No. 7 [1 reference]

White, Sarah Leonard LeBaron (wife of John Sr.) [1 reference + 5 subentries]

White, Sarah (Sally, daughter of Squire Samuel) [3 references]

White, Sarah (daughter of Sarah Leavitt White Payson) [2 references]

White, Susanna White (daughter of Squire Samuel, wife of John Jr.) [2 references]

White, Susannah [See redirect]

White, Thankful [See redirect]

White, Thomas [2 references]

White, Timothy, witness, No. 63 [1 reference]

White, Rev. William (of Phila.) [2 subentries]

White, Capt. William, of the Boston Packet [2 references]

White, William (Boston merchant) [5 references]

White, of Weymouth, Mass. [1 reference]

White-Eyes [See redirect]

Whitefield (Whitfield), Rev. George [5 references + 4 subentries]

Whitefoord, Caleb [6 references + 4 subentries]

Whitehall Evening Post (London) [1 reference]

Whitehaven, England [7 references]

Whitehouse, Jane, witness, No. 63 [3 references]

Whitemarsh, William (ex-prisoner) [1 reference]

Whiting, Ebenezer [1 reference]

Whiting, Eliphalet [1 reference]

Whiting, John [2 subentries]

Whiting, Dr. William [3 subentries]

Whitington, William, witness, No. 64 [2 references]

Whitlocke (newspaper pseudonym) [2 subentries]

Whitman, Capt. (of Weymouth) [1 reference]

Whitman, Rev. Levi (of Wellfleet, Mass.) [1 reference]

Whitmarsh, Abiel [1 reference]

Whitmarsh, William [1 reference]

Whitmarsh, William, Sr. [2 references]

Whitmarsh, William, Jr. [4 references + 1 subentry]

Whitmarsh, of Weymouth, Mass. [2 references]

Whitmore, Gov. Edward, at Louisbourg [1 reference]

Whitney, Rev. Aaron [1 reference]

Whitney, Dr. Ephraim [1 reference]

Whitney, Mrs. (wife of George) [1 reference]

Whitney, Jonathan [1 reference]

Whitney, Col. Josiah [3 references]

Whitney, Rev. Mr., of Mass. [2 subentries]

Whitney, Rev. Mr., witness, No. 23 [1 reference]

Whitney, Rev. Peter (of Braintree) [2 references]

Whitney, Rev. Peter (of Northborough, Mass.) [1 reference]

Whitney, Richard (H.C. 1787) [3 subentries]

Whitney, of Leicester, Mass. [1 reference]

Whits, Hannah [1 reference]

Whittaker, Dr. [1 reference]

Whittemore, Deacon, in Boston [1 reference]

Whittemore, William (JA’s Harvard classmate) [1 reference]

Whitwell, Dr. [1 reference]

Whitwell, Mary Steele Tyler (mother of Royall Tyler) [3 references + 1 subentry]

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

Whitwell, Parson [1 reference]

Whitwell, Dr. Samuel [2 references]

Whitwell, Samuel, Princeton student [1 reference]

Whitwell, Sarah [See redirect]

Whitwell, of Hartford, Conn. [1 reference]

Whitworth, John Dean (Boston merchant), witness, No. 6 [1 reference]

Whitworth, Dr. Miles, Sr. [2 subentries]

Whitworth, Miles, Jr. [1 reference]

Whitworth, Richard [1 reference]

Who Wants a Guinea? [See redirect]

Whooping cough (chincough) [2 subentries]

Whyte, John [1 reference]

Wibird, Rev. Anthony (of Braintree) [4 references + 29 subentries]

Wibirt [See redirect]

Wiburt, Mr., Boston ship carpenter tried by British [1 reference]

Wickes, Amer. ship captain in Bilbao, Spain [2 references]

Wickes, Lambert (Continental naval officer) [6 references]

Wicquefort, Abraham van, L'ambassadeur et ses fonctions [1 reference]

Widger, Capt. John (of the Ann) [1 reference]

Wieling, at The Hague [1 reference]

Wier, Robert (H.C. 1788) [3 references]

Wigan, Lancashire [1 reference]

Wigglesworth, Rev. Edward (1732-1794, Hollis Professor of Divinity) [5 references + 6 subentries]

Wigglesworth, Col. Edward (1742-1826, of Newburyport) [1 reference]

Wigglesworth, Edward Stephen (H.C. 1789, son of Rev. Edward) [2 references]

Wigglesworth, Margaret (Peggy, daughter of Rev. Edward) [1 reference + 5 subentries]

Wigglesworth, Sarah (daughter of Col. Edward) [1 reference]

Wight, Rev. Ebenezer [2 references]

Wight, Isle of [5 references + 2 subentries]

Wignell, Thomas (N.Y. City actor-manager) [1 reference]

Wilberforce, William, M.P. [1 reference]

Wilbraham (Wilbaham), Mass. [1 reference]

Wilcox, Alexander [2 references]

Wild animals [See redirect]

Wild, Bartholomé (Utrecht bookseller) [1 reference + 6 subentries]

Wild, Capt. Silas (of Braintree) [2 references]

Wilde, Mr., postrider for Northampton, Mass. [1 reference]

Wiley, Mr. (Philadelphia armorer) [2 references]

Wilford [See redirect]

Wilhelmina, Princess of Orange [12 references + 5 subentries]

Wilkes, John (Brit. politician) [9 references + 12 subentries]

Wilkes, Mary [See redirect]

Wilkins v. Fuller, No. 20 [5 references]

Wilkins, David, editor of Selden's Opera [1 reference]

Wilkins, Jonathan, plaintiff, No. 20 [2 references]

Wilkins, Joshua, witness, No. 22 [2 references]

Wilkins (Wilkings), Mrs., of Boston [1 reference]

Wilkinson, Gen. James [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Wilkinson, Mr. [1 reference]

Wilkinson, R. [1 reference]

Wilkinson (Wilkenson), Thomas, witness No. 64 [9 references]

Wilkinson, Thomas (British prisoner) [1 reference]

Wilks, Edward, witness, No. 56 [2 references]

Will (servant) [1 reference]

Willard family, of Lancaster, Mass. [1 reference]

Willard, Col. (Mass.) Aaron [2 references]

Willard, Abel (of Lancaster) [5 references + 1 subentry]

Willard, Abijah [3 references]

Willard, Catherine (of Lancaster) [2 references]

Willard, Daniel [1 reference]

Willard, Elizabeth (of Lancaster) [1 reference]

Willard, Elizabeth Townsend (wife of Nahum) [4 references + 2 subentries]

Willard, Elizabeth Rogers (wife of Abel) [2 references]

Willard, Rev. John [1 reference]

Willard, Rev. Joseph (president of Harvard) [5 references + 17 subentries]

Willard, Rev. Joseph (brother of Samuel) [1 reference]

Willard, Mrs. (wife of Joseph) [5 references]

Willard, Joseph (Worcester lawyer) [1 reference]

Willard, Joshua, identified [1 reference]

Willard, Josiah [1 reference]

Willard, Levi [1 reference]

Willard, Mrs. (wife of Levi) [1 reference]

Willard, Levi (of Lancaster) [1 reference]

Willard, Lucretia Ward (wife of Joshua) [1 reference]

Willard, Mrs. (in Haverhill) [1 reference]

Willard, Dr. Nahum [3 subentries]

Willard, Dr. Samuel [1 reference]

Willard, Samuel (H.C. 1787) [2 subentries]

Willard, Samuel, Compleat Body of Divinity [3 references]

Willemstad, Netherlands [1 reference]

Willer [See redirect]

Willes (Wills), Sir John, British chief justice [1 reference]

Willett, Col. Marinus (U.S.) [6 references]

William (brig) [1 reference]

William I (the Silent), Prince of Orange [10 references + 2 subentries]

William I (the Conqueror), King of England [5 references]

William III, King of England and Stadholder of the Netherlands [12 references]

William IV, Prince of Orange and Stadholder of the Netherlands [2 references]

William V, Prince of Orange and Stadholder of the Netherlands [8 references + 94 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland [2 references]

William Henry, duke of Gloucester (brother of George III) [2 references]

William Nelson Cromwell Foundation [1 reference]

William and Mary [2 subentries]

William and Mary, College of [6 references]

Williamos, Charles [1 reference + 11 subentries]

Williams (schoolmaster in Haverhill?) [1 reference]

Williams in Boston [1 reference]

Williams, Rev. Abraham [1 reference]

Williams, Mrs. (wife of Abraham) [1 reference]

Williams, Maj. Arthur [1 reference]

Williams, Capt., British officer captured in Canada [1 reference]

Williams, Caroline (daughter of Mrs. Abraham) [1 reference]

Williams, Christine (daughter of Jonathan) [1 reference]

Williams, Edward [1 reference]

Williams, G. [1 reference]

Williams, Israel [1 reference]

Williams, Jacob, deposition of, No. 58 [1 reference]

Williams, James, Bristol County inferior court judge [1 reference]

Williams, Jane (Jenny, daughter of Samuel) [1 reference + 3 subentries]

Williams, Jane Kilbourn (wife of Samuel) [6 references]

Williams, Capt. John Foster, of the Protector, captured by British [1 reference]

Williams, John (Boston customs officer and father of JA's law clerk Jonathan Williams) [7 references + 1 subentry]

Williams, John (Amer. seaman) [3 references + 1 subentry]

Williams, John Foster (Amer. prisoner) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Williams, Mrs. (wife of Jonathan, Jr.) [2 references]

Williams, Jonathan (1750-1815, Nantes merchant) [7 references + 56 subentries]

Williams, Jonathan (1754?-1780, JA's law clerk) [6 references + 11 subentries]

Williams, Jonathan (1719-1796, father of Jonathan Williams of Nantes), Boston merchant [3 references + 2 subentries]

Williams, Jonathan, defendant, Form XIII [1 reference]

Williams, Joseph (justice of the peace) [2 subentries]

Williams, Joseph, witness, No. 63 [1 reference]

Williams, Maj., British officer reported killed at Bunker Hill [1 reference]

Williams, Mariamne Alexander (wife of Jonathan, Jr.) [7 references + 1 subentry]

Williams, Martha (Patty, daughter of Mrs. Abraham) [1 reference]

Williams, Mr. [2 references]

Williams, Mr. [1 reference]

Williams, Mr., English engraver [1 reference]

Williams, Mr., conveys letters between JA and AA [1 reference]

Williams, Mr., sachem of Caughnawaga tribe [1 reference]

Williams, Mrs., in London [1 reference]

Williams, Samuel (Hollis Professor of Mathematics and Natural and Experimental Philosophy) [4 references + 18 subentries]

Williams, Robert, witness, No. 64 [4 references]

Williams, Samuel, Jr. (son of Samuel) [2 references + 8 subentries]

Williams, Samuel, challenged juror, No. 64 [1 reference]

Williams, Samuel, letter to JA listed [1 reference]

Williams, Rev. Simeon (of Weymouth) [2 references]

Williams, Timothy (H.C. 1784) [1 reference]

Williams, Maj. William [1 reference]

Williams, William (delegate from Conn.) [6 references + 4 subentries]

Williams, William Peere, Reports [4 references]

Williams, William, portrait by [2 references]

Williams, adopted Caughnawaga Indian [1 reference]

Williams, of Newbury, Mass. [1 reference]

Williams, tavernkeeper of Marlborough, Mass. [2 references]

Williams, tavernkeeper of Trenton, N.J. [3 references]

Williamsburg, Va. [2 references + 4 subentries]

Williamson, Alexander (pseudonym) [See redirect]

Williamson, Dr. Hugh (N.C. member of Congress) [6 references + 2 subentries]

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

Williamson, Mr. (of Sweden) [1 reference]

Williamson, T. (pseudonym) [See redirect]

Willing, Ann [See redirect]

Willing, James [3 references]

Willing, Morris & Co. [6 references]

Willing, Mr., conveys letters between AA and JA [1 reference]

Willing, Thomas (of Phila.) [4 references + 6 subentries]

Willink, Jan (Amsterdam banker) [2 subentries]

Willink, Wilhem & Jan (Amsterdam banking firm) [5 references + 29 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Willink, Wilhem (Amsterdam banker) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Willinks, John [1 reference]

Willis [1 “see also” entry]

Willis, Capt. Benjamin, Sr. [4 references]

Willis, Mrs. (wife of Benjamin, Sr.) [1 reference]

Willis, Benjamin, Jr. [6 references]

Willis, Charles, witness, No. 64 [1 reference]

Willis, Jeira, witness, No. 1 [3 references]

Willis, Nathaniel [1 reference]

Willis, Nathaniel, Sr. [6 subentries]

Willis, tavernkeeper of Log Jail, N.J. [1 reference]

Wills and estates [22 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Wills, Nathaniel (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Willson, Capt. [2 references]

Wilmart, of Amsterdam [1 reference]

Wilmerding, Lucius, Jr., on United States lottery [1 reference]

Wilmington, Del. [9 references]

Wilmington, Mass. [3 subentries]

Wilmington, N.C. [7 references]

Wilmington, Vt. [1 reference]

Wilmot, George [1 reference]

Wilmot, George, in No. 59 [8 references]

Wilmot, John (Brit. politician) [3 references + 1 subentry]

Wilson family, of New England [1 reference]

Wilson, Andrew, execution of [1 reference]

Wilson, Archibald, witness, No. 64 [4 references]

Wilson, Rev. Daniel Munro, papers of [1 reference]

Wilson, George [2 references + 1 subentry]

Wilson, James (Penn. member of Congress) [9 references + 11 subentries]

Wilson, James [2 subentries]

Wilson, Col. James (Penn. military officer) [1 reference]

Wilson, James (H.C. 1789) [2 references]

Wilson, James (of Haverhill) [7 references]

Wilson, James (of N.C.) [1 reference]

Wilson, James, and Calvin’s Case [1 reference]

Wilson, Rev. John [1 reference]

Wilson, Rev. John (ca. 1591-1667) [1 reference]

Wilson, Miss Marjorie [1 reference]

Wilson, Mr. [1 reference]

Wilson, Mr. (tavernkeeper near Philadelphia) [1 reference]

Wilson, Thomas [1 reference]

Wilson, Rev. Thomas, and statue of Catharine Macaulay as Clio [1 reference]

Wilson, Thomas J. [1 reference]

Wilson, Capt. Willis (N.C. navy) [1 reference]

Wiltshire, England [1 reference]

Wimble v. Bayard [1 reference]

Wimble, Will (fictional character) [2 references]

Wimms [See redirect]

Winch, Katherine, witness, No. 59 [1 reference]

Winchelsea (British ship of the line) [1 reference]

Winchelsea, England [1 reference]

Winchester, Bishop of [1 reference]

Winchester, Earl of [1 reference]

Winchester, England [2 references]

Winchester, Isaac (Brookline selectman) [1 reference]

Winchester, Mrs., and Rev. Nathaniel Potter [1 reference]

Winchester, Statute of [1 reference]

Winchester, Va. [1 reference]

Wincop (Wincob), John [1 reference]

Windebanke, Sir Francis [1 reference]

Windham, Conn. [6 references]

Windmills [2 subentries]

Winds, William [1 reference]

Windship, Dr. Amos (of the Alliance) [7 references + 8 subentries]

Windsor Castle [3 references + 6 subentries]

Windsor, Conn. [4 references]

Windsor, England [1 reference]

Windsor, Vt. [2 references]

Windward Islands [4 references + 2 “see also” entries]

Windward Passage [1 reference]

Wine [18 references + 12 subentries]

Wingate, Edmund [1 reference]

Wingate, Jonathan, party in No. 2 [5 references]

Wingate, Rev. Paine [1 reference]

Wingate, William, in No. 7 [1 reference]

Winnipesaukee River, N.H. [1 reference]

Winnissimet (i.e. Chelsea), Mass. [1 reference]

Winship [1 “see also” entry]

Winship, Elizabeth [1 reference]

Winship, Jonathan, in No. 60 [1 reference]

Winslow family of Mass. [3 references]

Winslow v. Clark, No. 35 [2 references]

Winslow, Rev. Edward [1 reference + 7 subentries]

Winslow, Edward (1595-1655) [5 references]

Winslow, Edward (1714-1784) [2 references]

Winslow, Edward (deputy collector, Plymouth) [4 references]

Winslow, Edward, Jr. (clerk) [1 reference]

Winslow, Elizabeth (Betsy, daughter of Edward) [3 references]

Winslow, Isaac (Boston loyalist) [3 references]

Winslow, Gen. John [7 references]

Winslow, John [1 reference]

Winslow, Joshua (justice), in No. 33 [1 reference]

Winslow, Maine [1 reference]

Winslow, Mr. [1 reference]

Winslow, Mr., plaintiff, No. 35 [2 references]

Winslow, Pelham [2 subentries]

Winslow, of Braintree [1 reference]

Winter Hill [See redirect]

Winter, William [2 subentries]

Winthrop family [2 subentries]

Winthrop, Foster [1 reference]

Winthrop, Hannah Fayerweather Tolman (wife of John) [4 references + 5 subentries]

Winthrop, James (Harvard librarian) [5 references + 6 subentries]

Winthrop, Prof. John (1714-1779) [7 references + 39 subentries]

Winthrop, Gov. John (1588-1649) [6 references]

Winthrop, Thomas Lindall (lt. gov. of Mass.) [4 references]

Winthrop, Maine [1 reference]

Winthrop, Mass. [1 reference]

Winthrop, Samuel (Clerk of Suffolk Superior Court) [13 subentries]

Winthrop, William (son of Prof. John) [1 reference + 4 subentries]

Wiot, Daniel [1 reference]

Wire (Boston conspirator) [1 reference]

Wirssing, Johann Sebastian (Prussian officer) [1 subentry]

Wirt, William (1772-1834) [2 references]

Wiscasset, Maine [1 reference]

Wisner, Henry [1 reference]

Wissing, William (Brit. artist) [2 references]

Witchcraft [4 references]

Witham, England [1 reference]

Witherel, Amos, witness, No. 14 [1 reference]

Witherspoon, Rev. John (delegate from N.J.) [12 references + 10 subentries]

Witherspoon, John, Jr. [1 reference]

Withington, Philip, juror, No. 59 [2 references]

Witnesses [9 subentries]

Witt, Cornelius de (brother of Johan) [4 references]

Witt, Johan de (17th-century grand pensionary) [21 references]

Wittgenstein, Comte de (French army) [2 references]

Wives As They Were and Maids As They Are [See redirect]

Woburn Farm, Surrey, England [2 references]

Woburn, Mass. [9 references]

Woddrop, John [1 reference]

Woedteke (Woedtke), Maj. (Prussian army) [1 reference]

Woedtke, Frederic William, Baron de (Prussian Army) [1 reference + 12 subentries]

Wolcot, John (“Peter Pindar”) [1 subentry]

Wolcott, Oliver, Sr. (delegate from Conn.) [8 references + 1 subentry]

Wolcott, Oliver, Jr. (Secy. of the Treasury) [1 reference]

Wolcott, tavernkeeper of Brookfield, Conn. [1 reference]

Wolf (British sloop) [1 reference]

Wolfe, Gen. James [2 references + 2 subentries]

Wolfeboro, N.H. [1 reference]

Wolff, Benjamin (artist) [1 subentry]

Wolff, Christian [2 subentries]

Wolff, Mr. (of Strahlborn & Wolff, St. Petersburg bankers) [3 subentries]

Wollaston, William [1 subentry]

Wolsey, Thomas Cardinal [2 references]

Wolverhampton, England [3 references]

Women [7 references + 47 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Women's education [3 subentries]

Women's rights [2 subentries]

Wood [1 reference]

Wood, John (Roxbury constable) [2 references]

Wood, John [1 subentry]

Wood, John, Jr. (Brit. architect, son of John, Sr.) [2 references]

Wood, John, Sr. (Brit. architect) [2 references]

Wood, Matthew (master of Lusanna), in No. 58 [10 references]

Wood, Mr., in controversy over brig [1 reference]

Wood, Thomas [4 subentries]

Wood, Thomas (M.P.) [1 reference]

Woodall (Waddel, Waddle), James, witness, Nos. 63 and 64 [5 references]

Woodard, Mr. [1 reference]

Woodbridge, Conn. [1 reference]

Woodbridge, Miss (of Salem) [1 reference]

Woodbridge, Mr. (of Salem) [1 reference]

Woodbridge, N.J. [3 references]

Woodbridge, Paul Dudley, tavernkeeper of York, Maine [3 references]

Woodbridge, Timothy [1 reference]

Woodbridge, tavernkeeper of East Hartford, Conn. [1 reference]

Woodburn, tavernkeeper of Worcester, Mass. [1 reference]

Woodbury, Conn. [2 references]

Woodbury, Dr. Edward (of Haverhill) [3 references]

Woodbury, Hannah Appleton (wife of Edward) [3 references]

Woodbury, Levi (secy. of the treasury) [1 reference]

Woodde, Davis (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Woodfall, William [1 reference + 4 subentries]

Woodford, Capt. [1 reference]

Woodford, England [1 reference]

Woodford, Thomas (of Va.) [2 references]

Woodford, Brig. Gen. William (of Va.) [4 references]

Woodgate (crewman), in No. 56 [1 reference]

Woods, Caleb, witness, No. 18 [1 reference]

Woods, Maj. Henry, at Bunker Hill [1 reference]

Woodstock, Conn. [4 references]

Woodstock, England [1 reference]

Woodward v. Fisher, Form XX [1 reference]

Woodward, Beza (secy. of Dartmouth College) [1 reference]

Woodward, Deborah Fisher Ames (wife of Richard), plaintiff, Form XX [1 reference]

Woodward, Henry, Fortunatus [1 reference]

Woodward, James (ex-prisoner) [1 reference]

Woodward, Miranda (niece of Prof. Samuel Williams) [1 reference]

Woodward, Moses (owner of McClary) [1 reference]

Woodward, Mr. (of Braintree) [2 references]

Woodward, Mr., brings letter from JA to AA from the Boston in Nantasket Roads [1 reference]

Woodward, Mrs. (of Braintree) [1 reference]

Woodward, Richard, plaintiff, Form XX [1 reference]

Woody's Case [1 reference]

Woodyates, England [1 reference]

Wool [3 references]

Woolwich, England [1 reference]

Wooster, Maj. Gen. David [1 reference + 15 subentries]

Worcester (British ship of the line) [1 reference]

Worcester County, Mass. [14 references + 3 subentries]

Worcester County, Md. [2 references]

Worcester, Bishop of [See redirect]

Worcester, England [1 reference]

Worcester, Mass. [12 references + 19 subentries]

Worcester, Proprietors of, v. Gates [1 reference]

Words, actionable without proof of special damage, No. 3 [2 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Work performed, count for [See redirect]

World’s End (in Hingham Bay) [1 reference]

Worm seed (medicine) [1 reference]

Woronzow, Count, envoy from Russia in London [2 references]

Worsley, England [1 reference]

Worth, Capt. (of the Sally) [1 reference]

Worthington, John (of Springfield, Mass.) [2 references + 5 subentries]

Wotton, England [2 references]

Wraxall, Sir Nathaniel William [3 subentries]

Wray, Sir Cecil, M.P. [2 references]

Wren, Rev. Thomas (of Portsmouth, England) [4 references + 2 subentries]

Wrentham, Mass. [3 references + 2 subentries]

Wright & Gill v. Mein (in No. 12) [3 references]

Wright's Ferry, Penn. [1 reference]

Wright, H. [2 references]

Wright, Sir James [1 reference]

Wright, John, in JA's accounts [2 references]

Wright, Martin, Law of Tenures [2 references]

Wright, Mrs. (embroiderer to Queen Charlotte) [1 reference]

Wright, Nathaniel [1 reference]

Wright, Patience Lovell (of London) [7 references + 4 subentries]

Wright, Sir Robert (Chief Justice) [2 references]

Wright, Samuel, defendant, No. 36 [1 reference]

Wright, Thomas [1 reference]

Wright, Thomas, & William Gill (stationers), plaintiffs, No. 12 [2 references]

Wright, Turbutt (Md. member of Congress) [1 reference]

Wright, tavernkeeper of Wethersfield, Conn. [1 reference]

Wriothesley, Thomas, 4th Earl of Southampton [2 references]

Writs [9 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Writ Book, JA's described [1 reference]

Writs of assistance [10 references]

Wrixon, Maj. Elias [8 references]

Wroth, L. Kinvin [4 references]

Wuibert (Viebert, Weibert, Wibirt) de Mézières, Antoine Félix [2 subentries]

Wulffen, Johann Heinrich, Baron de (German officer) [2 subentries]

Würtemburg, Duke of [1 reference]

Wyat, William, witness, No. 63 [4 references]

Wyer, David, Sr. [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Wyer, Mrs. (wife of David) [1 reference]

Wyer, David, Jr. [4 subentries]

Wyer, Capt. William (of Haverhill) [4 references]

Wyeth, Tapley (H.C. 1786) [4 references]

Wyhe, Baronne de [1 reference]

Wyllys (Willis), George [1 reference]

Wyllys, Samuel [1 reference]

Wyman, Catharine Tufts (wife of Nathan) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Wyman, Nathan (of Woburn) [1 reference]

Wyman, Thaddeus, in Form IX [1 reference]

Wymans Tavern, Woburn, Mass.(?) [2 references]

Wyndham, George O'Brien, 3d Earl of Egremont [2 references]

Wynen, Widow, of Amsterdam [1 reference]

Wynzouw, Jan (Dutch schoolmaster) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Wyoming Valley, Penn. [4 references + 2 subentries]

Wythe, George (delegate from Va.) [3 references + 12 subentries]

Wyvil, Rev. Christopher [2 references + 1 subentry]