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Dabney, Charles, co-defendant, Form XXVI [1 reference]

Dacier, Anne Tanneguy Lefèvre (wife of André) [1 reference + 3 subentries]

Daggett (Doggett), Thomas (coroner of Dukes County), in No. 1 [5 references]

Dagworthy, Capt., in Philadelphia [2 references]

Dagworthy, Col., of Md., in Philadelphia [2 references]

Dahuere, William (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Daily Centinel and Gazette (Boston) [See redirect]

Daily Universal Register (London) [3 references + 2 subentries]

Dallam, Richard [1 reference]

Dallas, Alexander J. [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Dalley, Mr. (Parisian baker) [1 reference]

Dalling, Gov. John (of Jamaica) [1 reference]

Dalling, Thomas (owner of McClary) [1 reference]

Dalrymple, Campbell [1 subentry]

Dalrymple, Sir John (Brit. writer) [6 subentries]

Dalrymple, Sir John, 4th baronet of Cranstoun [1 reference]

Dalrymple, Mr. [2 references]

Dalrymple, Lt. Col. William (Brit.) [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Dalrymple, Brig. Gen. William (British) [4 references]

Dalton family [2 references]

Dalton, Catherine (daughter of Tristram) [1 reference]

Dalton, James [2 references]

Dalton, Mary (Polly, daughter of Tristram) [3 references]

Dalton, Michael (Brit. legal writer) [1 subentry]

Dalton, Ruth (daughter of Tristram) [9 references]

Dalton, Ruth Hooper (wife of Tristram) [3 references]

Dalton, Sarah (daughter of Tristram) [1 reference]

Dalton, Tristram (Newburyport merchant) [15 references + 25 subentries]

Damages [10 subentries]

Daman, Zecharias [2 subentries]

Damne, Mr. (Vlissingen, Netherlands veterinarian) [1 subentry]

Damocles [1 reference]

“Damon” [See redirect]

Damon, Rev. Jude (of Truro, Mass.) [1 reference]

Dana, Dr. (in Palmer, Mass.) [1 reference]

Dana, Rev. Edmund [2 references]

Dana, Edmund Trowbridge (“Ned,” son of Francis) [1 reference]

Dana, Elizabeth Caroline (daughter of Edmund) [2 references]

Dana, Elizabeth Ellery (wife of Francis) [14 references + 25 subentries]

Dana, Frances Johnstone (daughter of Edmund) [2 references]

Dana, Francis (lawyer and diplomat) [191 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Dana, Helen Kinnaird (wife of Edmund) [1 reference]

Dana, Rev. James [1 reference]

Dana, Lydia (sister of Francis, wife of John Hastings) [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Dana, Martha Remington (daughter of Francis) [1 reference]

Dana, Richard (father of Francis) [5 references + 13 subentries]

Danbrook, John, witness, Nos. 63 and 64 [14 references]

Danbury, Conn. [4 subentries]

Dancing [1 reference + 10 subentries]

Dance, James, Ladies' Frolic [1 reference]

Dancourt, Florent Carton (French writer) [2 subentries]

Dandridge, Bartholomew [1 reference]

Dane, Nathan (of Mass.) [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Danforth, Dr., witness, No. 62 [1 reference]

Danforth, Dr. Samuel (Boston physician) [2 references]

Danforth, Samuel (judge) [6 references + 1 subentry]

Danforth, Samuel (the elder) [1 reference]

Danforth, Samuel (the younger) [1 reference]

Dangeul, Louis Joseph Plumbard de [1 subentry]

Danglemont, M. (of Dunkirk) [1 reference]

Daniel (W. S. Smith's manservant?) [1 reference]

Daniel, Mr. (Paris engraver) [1 reference]

Daniel, Samuel (Brit. poet), sonnets of [1 reference]

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

Danielson, Timothy (Mass. politician) [11 references]

Danish Navy [5 references]

Danube River [1 reference]

Danvers, Mass. [8 references]

Danzig, Poland [10 references]

Da Ponte, Lorenzo [1 reference]

Daragon, J. B. [2 references]

Darby [1 “see also” entry]

“Darby and Joan,” song or ballad [1 reference]

Darby, Adm. George (British) [2 references + 3 subentries]

Darby, Jonathan, Jr. [2 references]

Darby (Derby), Penn. [1 reference]

Darcy v. Hall [2 references]

d'Arcy, Patrick [See redirect]

Dark day of 1780 [2 references]

Darly, Matthew (London publisher) [2 references]

Darrell, Capt. Josiah (of the Polly) [5 references]

Dart River, England [1 reference]

Dartford, England [2 references]

Dartmoor Forest, England [1 reference]

Dartmouth (tea ship) [3 references]

Dartmouth College [2 references + 2 subentries]

Dartmouth College, Trustees of [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Dartmouth, Earl of [2 See redirects]

Dartmouth, England [3 references]

Dartmouth, Mass. (later New Bedford, Mass.) [6 references + 2 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Dashiell, Capt. Robert (of the Lady Lee) [1 reference]

Dashwood v. Blythway [1 reference]

Dashwood, Miss [1 reference]

Dashwood, Capt. Samuel [3 subentries]

Dashwood, Samuel [1 reference]

Daubray, Daubrèe [See redirect]

Daun, Leopold Joseph Maria von [1 reference]

Dauphin [See redirect]

Dauphin (Amer. schooner) [1 reference]

Dauphin-Royal (French ship of the line) [2 references]

Dauphiné, France [1 reference]

Daupin (ship) [1 reference]

Davaux, Jean Baptiste (composer), Théodore [2 references]

Davenport, Mrs. (wife of Anthony) [1 reference]

Davenport, Maj. John [1 reference]

Davenport, John (Yale tutor) [1 reference]

Davenport, Samuel, juror, No. 64 [1 reference]

Davey, William [1 reference]

David (Biblical character) [5 references]

David, Caleb [1 reference]

Davidson, Joseph (translator of Cicero) [1 reference]

Davies (Davis), Dr. Jonathan [1 reference]

Davies, Sir John, Report [2 references]

Davies, Rev. Nathan [1 reference]

Davies, Thomas, watercolor by [2 references]

Davinson [See redirect]

Davis [1 “see also” entry]

Davis v. Stetson [1 reference]

Davis' Strait (Greenland) [1 reference]

Davis, Aaron (Roxbury selectman) [1 reference]

Davis, Bancroft [1 reference]

Davis, Benjamin [1 reference]

Davis, Benjamin (loyalist) [2 references]

Davis, Benjamin, Jr. [3 subentries]

Davis, Benjamin, Sr. (1729-1805) [2 subentries]

Davis, Benjamin, witness, Nos. 63 and 64 [7 references]

Davis, Caleb (of Mass.) [7 references + 2 subentries]

Davis, Capt. [7 references]

Davis, Daniel [1 reference]

Davis, Deacon Ebenezer [1 reference]

Davis, Ebenezer (brother of Jacob) [1 reference]

Davis, Edward [1 reference]

Davis, Capt. Edward (of the Dolphin) [5 references + 2 subentries]

Davis, Isaac P. [1 reference]

Davis, Col. Jacob (of Worcester) [4 references]

Davis, Jacob, witness, No. 32 [1 reference]

Davis, Jemmy [1 reference]

Davis, Judge John (Mass. politician) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Davis, John [1 reference]

Davis, John (member, Amer. Philosophical Society), quoted [1 subentry]

Davis, John W. [1 reference]

Davis, Dr. Jonathan [1 reference]

Davis, Rev. Joseph [1 reference]

Davis, Meletiah, witness, No. 1 [4 references]

Davis, Miss (of Boston?) [1 reference]

Davis, Mr. (in Salem, Mass.) [1 reference]

Davis, Mr. (lawyer) [1 reference]

Davis, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Roxbury, Mass.) [1 reference]

Davis, Nathaniel (counterfeiter) [1 reference]

Davis, Nathaniel (constable) [1 reference]

Davis, Nathaniel, juror, No. 64 [2 references]

Davis, Nehemiah, challenged juror, No. 64 [1 reference]

Davis, Robert [1 reference]

Davis, Solomon [6 references]

Davis, T. (of Birmingham, England) [1 reference]

Davis, Sgt. Major William (14th Regiment), witness, No. 64 [3 references]

Davis, William [1 reference]

Davis, William (Brookline constable) [1 reference]

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

Davison (Davinson), Samuel [1 reference]

Dawe, Philip [2 references]

Dawes, Mr., of Braintree, conceals reports of JA's illness [1 reference]

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

Dawes, Judge Thomas [1 reference + 3 subentries]

Dawes, Thomas (bricklayer) [2 subentries]

Dawes, Thomas (Boston architect) [1 reference]

Dawes, Thomas (Mass. House) [1 reference]

Dawes, William (Boston patriot) [1 reference]

Dawson v. Lighter and Molasses [3 references]

Dawson v. The Dolphin, No. 51 [13 references]

Dawson v. The Jenny, No. 52 [12 references]

Dawson, George [2 subentries]

Dawson, Lt. George (of the Hope) [1 reference]

Dawson, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Woodbridge, N.J.) [1 reference]

Dawson, Mr. (weaver or fulling mill owner) [2 references]

Day certain, commonplaced [1 reference]

Day v. Savadge [3 references]

Day, Jonathan, excused from jury, No. 63 [1 reference]

Day, Luke [1 reference]

Day, Thomas (Brit. painter, writer) [4 subentries]

Dayes, Edward [1 reference]

Dayley, Darby (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Dayton, Col. Elias [2 references]

Dayton, Jonathan [1 reference]

Deal, England [13 references]

Dean (or Deane), Boston merchant [1 reference]

Dean, Col., of Easton, Penn. [1 reference]

Dean, James [1 reference]

Dean, John [1 reference]

Dean (Deane), Col. Joseph [1 reference]

Dean, Mr. (ex-prisoner) [1 reference]

Deane (Continental frigate) [17 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Deane family, commercial activities reprehended [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Deane, Barnabas (brother of Silas) [3 references + 1 subentry]

Deane, Charles, on Convention of Saratoga [1 reference]

Deane, Ephraim [1 reference]

Deane, Jesse (son of Silas) [11 references + 9 subentries]

Deane, Rev. Samuel [1 reference]

Deane, Rev. Samuel (of Falmouth, now Portland, Maine) [1 reference]

Deane, Mrs. (wife of Silas) [1 reference]

Deane, Silas (of Conn.) [6 references + 113 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Deane, Simeon (brother of Silas) [2 references + 7 subentries]

Deane-Lee controversy [See redirect]

Dearborn, Gen. Henry Alexander Scammell (of Roxbury, Mass.) [1 subentry]

Death by accident [8 references]

Deaths [93 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Debating Society [See redirect]

De Berdt, Dennys (the elder), Mass. agent in London [4 references + 1 subentry]

De Berdt, Dennys (the younger) [6 references]

De Berdt, Esther [See redirect]

De Berdt, Mrs., of Philadelphia [1 reference]

De Blois, Ann Coffin (wife of Gilbert) [1 reference]

De Blois, Elizabeth (Betsey, daughter of Gilbert) [3 references]

De Blois, Gilbert [1 reference + 2 subentries]

De Blois, Lewis [4 references]

De Bois, Maj., in Philadelphia [1 reference]

De boor, Maj., in Philadelphia [1 reference]

Debrett, John [1 reference]

Debt [4 references + 33 subentries]

Debt for a legacy, action of, pleadings in [1 reference]

Debt on a bond, action of [2 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Debt on a judgment, action of, pleadings in [1 reference]

Debt on a statute, action of, pleadings in [2 references]

Debt, action of [7 subentries]

Debt, writ of [1 reference]

Decass, Capt. (of the Dupré de St. Maur) [1 reference]

Decater, Mr. (merchant) [2 references]

Decedents' estates [3 See redirects]

Deceit (sometimes “disceit”) [2 subentries]

Decius (Roman emperor) [1 reference]

Decker, Sir Matthew [2 subentries]

Declaration [7 subentries]

Declaration of Independence [14 references + 38 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Declaration of Rights and Grievances [5 references + 1 “see also” entry]

“Declaration of the Causes and Necessity of Taking Up Arms,” adopted by Continental Congress [1 reference]

Declaratory Act [7 references + 4 subentries]

Declaratory relief [1 reference]

DeCosta v. Scandret [1 reference]

De Costa, J., plan of Boston by [2 references]

Decree [2 subentries]

Dedel, Mme., of The Hague [1 reference]

Dedem tot den Gelder, Frederick Gysbert van (Overijssel deputy to States General) [3 references]

Dedham Case [1 reference]

Dedham, Mass. [9 references + 2 subentries]

Dedimus, defined [1 reference]

Dee River (Great Britain) [2 references]

Deed, construction of, commonplaced [2 references]

Deeks v. Strutt [1 reference]

Deer Island, Boston Harbor [5 references]

Deer Isle, Maine [1 reference]

Deerfield, Mass. [3 references]

Deering, Sir Edward [1 reference]

Deerly v. Dutchess of Mazarine [1 reference]

Defamation [2 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Defence (Conn. privateer) [4 references]

Defense (pleading term) [2 subentries]

Definitive Treaty of 1783 [2 See redirects]

Defoe, Daniel [2 subentries]

de Fonte [See redirect]

De Fransche Tyrannis [2 references]

De Geen (of Amsterdam) [1 reference]

Degenfeld-Schomburg, Fredrik Christoph, Graaf van (Dutch minister to Austria) [3 references]

Degge (Diggs), James Arthur [1 reference]

De Graff (privateer) [1 reference]

DeGrey, William (British attorney general) [2 subentries]

De Haas, Brig. Gen. John P. [1 reference]

Dehahn [See redirect]

De Hart, John (of N.J.) [1 reference + 3 subentries]

Dehone (Dehon), Theodore [2 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Deism [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Delagrange, Mr. [1 subentry]

Delagrive, Abbé [1 reference]

De Lancey family, in N.Y. politics [1 reference]

De Lancey, Alice [See redirect]

De Lancey, James (of N.Y.) [3 references + 2 subentries]

De Lancey, Oliver (N.Y. loyalist) [3 references]

De Lancey, Peter (of N.Y.) [2 references]

Delano, Capt. (of Nantucket, Mass.) [3 references]

Delano, Nathaniel, witness, No. 43 [2 references]

DeLanoy, J. (merchant) [1 reference]

Delap, S., and John Hans (Bordeaux merchants) [1 reference + 10 subentries]

Delauney, M. [1 subentry]

Delavile, M. [1 reference]

Delaware [12 references + 21 subentries]

Delaware (Continental frigate) [4 references]

Delaware Bay [9 references + 3 subentries]

Delaware Indians, Tammany the chief of [1 reference]

Delaware River [22 references + 6 subentries]

Delaware, Capes of [3 references]

Delfos, Abraham (Dutch painter) [1 reference]

Delft, Netherlands [10 references + 7 subentries]

Delia [See redirect]

Delicate Embarrassments (novel) [2 references]

Delisle, Rev. Chabrand, letter to [1 reference]

Delivery, commonplaced [1 reference]

Delivery, writ of, in Admiralty, No. 51 [1 reference]

Delphi, Greece [1 reference]

Delpino, Joseph Giral [2 subentries]

Demades (Athenian politician) [1 reference]

Demandre, A., Dictionnaire portatif de la langue françoise [2 references]

Demarara, British Guyana [6 references]

Demarville, Les verbes françois [5 references]

Demerara River, Guyana [5 references]

Demetrius (3d son of Ivan IV) [1 reference]

Deming, Jonathan, jury foreman, No. 59 [2 references]

Demise charter [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Democracy [1 reference]

Democratic party [3 “see also” entries]

Democratic-Republican Party [2 subentries]

“Democritus,” pseudonym of newspaper writer [1 reference]

Demosthenes [15 references + 1 subentry + 2 “see also” entries]

Demter, Christopher [1 reference]

Demurrer [7 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Demurrer, special [4 subentries]

Dendermonde, Belgium [1 reference]

Deneufville [See redirect]

Denian, Mr. [2 references]

Denis [See redirect]

Denmark [6 references + 60 subentries + 3 “see also” entries]

Denn v. Purvis [1 reference]

Dennie (son of John Dennie) [1 reference]

Dennie, John [2 references]

Dennie, Mr. (from West Indies) [1 reference]

Dennie, William [1 reference]

Denning, James, in No. 54 [2 references]

Dennis (servant) [4 references]

Dennis, Capt. William (of the privateer sloop America) [1 reference]

Denny v. Williams [1 reference]

Denny, Thomas (of Leicester, Mass.) [2 references]

Dennysville, Maine [1 reference]

Dénon, Dominique Vivant (French chargé d'affaires in Naples) [1 reference]

Depositions [4 subentries + 3 “see also” entries]

Depositions ex parte, taken before Boston Massacre Trials [4 references]

Depositum [2 subentries]

Deputy, dependence of continuance upon principal, No. 45 [3 references]

Derby [1 “see also” entry]

Derby, Anstiss (daughter of Elias H.) [1 reference]

Derby, Conn. [1 reference]

Derby, Earl of [1 reference]

Derby, Elias Haskett (1803-1880, Salem merchant) [1 reference]

Derby, Elizabeth (daughter of Mrs. Benjamin Greenleaf by former marriage?) [3 references]

Derby, Capt. John [4 subentries]

Derby, John (H.C. 1786) [1 reference]

Derby, Miss [2 references]

Derby, Richard [1 reference]

Derby, Richard, Jr. (of Salem, Mass.) [2 references + 2 subentries]

Derby, Sarah Langley Hersey (widow of Richard, Sr.) [3 references]

Derby, Vt. [1 reference]

Derbys, Salem shipowners, privateering activities of [3 references]

Derbyshire, England [2 references]

Derceto (Syrian goddess) [1 reference]

Dérival de Gomicourt, M. [4 subentries]

Derry, Ireland [1 reference]

de Ruyter, M. A. [See redirect]

Derwentwater, Lord [1 reference]

Des Barres, Joseph F. W. [2 references]

Desaguliers, John Theophilus (French scientist) [5 references + 1 subentry]

Desaudray (Desaudrèe), Mr. (merchant in Lorient) [1 reference]

Desavot, Mr. (of Paris) [1 reference]

Descartes, René [1 reference]

Deschambault, Que. [1 reference]

Descriptions des arts et métiers [2 references]

Desdemona [1 reference]

Desegray Beaugard & Co. (Lorient) [2 subentries]

Desenfans, N. J. [1 reference]

Deserters [3 references]

Desertion [See redirect]

Deshon, Capt. Daniel (of the Enterprise) [7 references]

Deshon, John (member of Navy Board at Boston) [3 references]

De Smet, Anthoon Joseph (Flanders textile manufacturer) [1 subentry]

Desmeth, Mme. (of Antwerp) [1 reference]

Desmia, Andrew (servant) [4 references + 1 subentry]

Dessein, Pierre Quillacq (innkeeper) [3 references + 2 subentries]

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

Destouches, Charles René Dominique Souchet, Chevalier [4 references]

Destouches, Philippe Nericault [2 references]

Detinue, action of, when lies [1 reference]

Detournelle, Mr. (French consul at La Coruña) [13 references + 4 subentries]

Detroit, Mich. [3 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Deux avares (stage play) [2 references]

Deux-Ponts, Christian de Forbach de, Comte de (French army) [1 reference]

Devastavit [2 subentries]

Devens, Richard [5 subentries]

Deventer, Netherlands [2 references]

Devereux, Robert, 2d earl of Essex [2 references]

Devil's Bridge [See redirect]

Deville, Mr. [2 references]

Devon, England [8 references]

Devonshire, Duke and Duchess of [See redirect]

Devonshire, Duke of [2 See redirects]

Devonshire, England [8 references]

Devourouy, Mr., petition to Continental Congress [1 reference]

de Windt Papers, in Massachusetts Historical Society [1 reference]

de Windt, Caroline Amelia Smith (1795-1852, wife of John Peter, daughter of AA2) [3 references + 5 subentries]

De Windt, Miss [1 reference]

De Windt, Mr. [1 reference]

Dewitt family (of Conn.), manufactures saltpeter [2 references]

DeWitt, Charles (N.Y. member of Congress) [3 references]

de Witt, Jan [See redirect]

De Witt, of Norwich, Conn. [2 references]

De Witt, of Windham, Conn. [2 references]

Dexter, Dr. Aaron (of Boston) [8 references + 3 subentries]

Dexter, Samuel (1761-1816) [7 references + 4 subentries]

Dezallier d'Argenville, Antoine Nicolas [2 subentries]

Dezède, Nicholas (composer) [2 subentries]

Diademe (French ship of the line) [2 references]

Diamond, Capt. (of Marblehead, Mass.) [2 references]

Diamond, John (of the Fancy, ex-prisoner) [1 reference]

Diana (goddess) [5 references]

Diana, British ship of war [2 references]

Diaz, Joseph [3 references]

Dibdin, Charles (Brit. playwright and songwriter) [1 subentry]

Dibley, William [4 references]

Dick (servant) [1 reference]

Dick, Capt. Alexander (ex-prisoner) [7 references]

Dick, Charles (of Fredericksburg, Va.) [1 reference]

Dickens, Charles [1 subentry]

Dickenson's Bay, Antigua, fort at [1 reference]

Dickerson, Mr., witness, No. 39 [1 reference]

Dickerson, Oliver M. [2 subentries]

Dickins, Francis [1 reference]

Dickinson, John (Penn. politician) [12 references + 38 subentries]

Dickinson, Mary Cadwalader (wife of Samuel) [1 reference]

Dickinson, Mary Norris (wife of John) [4 references]

Dickinson, Philemon [4 subentries]

Dickinson, ship [1 reference]

Dickson (Dixon), Lt. Hugh (29th Regiment), in No. 64 [4 references]

Dickson, Stephon (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Dicthery, Peter [1 reference]

Dictionnaire universel françois et latin [3 references]

Diderot, Denis (philosophe) [1 reference + 3 subentries]

Dido [1 subentry]

Diego, Antonio [1 reference]

Diemen, Netherlands [1 reference]

Diemermeersche Courant [1 reference]

Dieppe, France [5 references]

Dieskau, Ludwig August von [1 reference]

Digby, George, 2d Baron of (1612-1677) [1 reference]

Digby, John, 2d Earl of Bristol [1 reference]

Digby, Rear Adm. Robert (British) [16 references + 2 subentries]

Digges, George [3 subentries]

Digges, Thomas (of Md. and London) [8 references + 70 subentries]

Diggs [See redirect]

Dighby (British frigate?) [1 reference]

Dighton Rock, Mass. [2 references]

Dighton, Mass. [1 reference]

Dijon, France [1 reference]

Diksmuide (Dixmunde), Belgium [1 reference]

Diligence (Amer. vessel) [1 reference]

Diligence (French express stagecoach) [4 references]

Diligent (Brit. guard ship) [1 reference]

Diligent (British brigantine) [1 reference]

Diligent (Continental brigantine) [1 reference]

Diligente (French frigate) [2 references]

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

Dillingham, Edward, in No. 43 [1 reference]

Dilly, Charles (London bookseller) [6 references + 4 subentries]

Dilly, Edward & Charles (London booksellers) [1 reference]

Dilly, Edward (London bookseller) [5 references + 7 subentries]

Dilworth, W. H., Frederick III [2 references]

Dimsdale, Thomas, Present Method of Inoculating for the Small-Pox [1 reference]

Dinah, witness, No. 23 [1 reference]

Dinan, France [2 subentries]

Dingley, Amasa [2 references]

Dinwiddie County, Va. [1 reference]

Diodati, Mr. [1 reference]

Diodorus, the Sicilian [3 references]

Diptheria (putrid fever?) [2 references]

Dircks, Col. Jacob Gerard [1 reference]

Direction to the jury, No. 12 [4 references + 2 “see also” entries]

Direction, legal meaning of [2 references]

Disbarment [1 reference]

Disceit [See redirect]

Discours d'un bon Hollandais [2 references]

Discovery [See redirect]

Disease [See redirect]

Disjunctive, commonplaced [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Dismié [See redirect]

Disney, Capt. [1 reference]

Disney, Rev. John (Brit. clergyman) [2 subentries]

Dispatch (Amer. privateer brigantine) [1 reference]

Dispatch (Amer. schooner) [9 references]

Dispatch (British brig) [1 reference]

Dispatch (British ship) [1 reference]

Dispatch (Continental vessel) [2 references]

Dispatch (Mass. privateer) [3 references]

Disputations, as an educational device [1 reference]

Disseisin [1 reference]

Dissenters, churches of, treated as established [1 reference + 2 “see also” entries]

Distilleries [2 subentries]

Distress [2 subentries]

Distrest Mother, The [See redirect]

Distribution, intestate [4 subentries]

District of Columbia [1 “see also” entry]

Distringas, writ of, defined [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Ditson v. Small, Form XXVIII [1 reference]

Ditson, John, plaintiff, Form XXVIII [1 reference]

Ditson, Thomas, Jr., in scuffle with British officers [1 reference]

Divided court, effect of judgment by, No. 58 [1 reference]

Divorce [3 references + 7 subentries]

Dix, John Adams [1 reference]

Dix, Jonas [1 reference]

Dix, William, in No. 26 [1 reference]

Dixey, Capt. John, of the Queen of France [2 references]

Dixey, Miss [3 references]

Dixon, Lt. Col. Henry (N.C. militia) [3 references]

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

Dixwell, John, regicide [1 reference]

Dnieper River [1 reference]

Doane family, and final decision of Lusanna case [1 reference]

Doane v. Gage [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Doane v. Treadwell and Penhallow [1 reference]

Doane's Administrators v. Penhallow et al. [1 reference]

Doane, Anna (wife of Elisha, later wife of David S. Greenough) [3 references]

Doane, Elisha (of Cape Cod) [7 references + 7 subentries]

Doane, Isaiah [2 references + 2 subentries]

Doane, Joseph [1 reference]

Doane, Joseph, Jr. [1 reference + 3 subentries]

Doane, Joseph, Sr. [1 reference]

Doane, Reuben, witness, No. 43 [1 reference]

Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. [2 references]

Doble, Joseph, defendant, Form VI [1 reference]

Doblin, J. [1 reference]

Dobrée (Daubray, Daubrèe), of Nantes [2 references]

Dobrée, Peter Frederick (of Nantes) [2 references + 4 subentries]

Dobrée, Thomas (father of Peter Frederick) [5 references]

Dobson, Susannah, Life of Petrarch [2 references]

Dockyards Act [5 references]

Doctrine of passive resistance [2 references]

Doddridge, Rev. Philip (Brit. clergyman) [5 subentries]

Dodge, Daniel [1 reference]

Dodge, Col. George, witness, No. 10 [2 references]

Dodge, Isaac [1 reference]

Dodge, James, witness, No. 64 [9 references]

Dodge, Joseph(?) (of Haverhill) [9 references]

Dodge, Mr., in No. 53 [1 reference]

Dodge, Oliver (H.C. 1788) [3 subentries]

Dodge, William [1 reference]

Dodge, William (H.C. 1786) [1 reference]

Dodsley, Robert (Brit. poet) [1 subentry]

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

Dogger Bank, Battle of the [1 reference + 6 subentries]

Dogget, Seth, witness, No. 1 [1 reference]

Dogs [2 subentries]

Döhren, Jacques von, letter to Commissioners listed [1 reference]

Dohrman, Arnold Henri (merchant at Lisbon) [4 subentries]

Dolben, Sir William [2 references]

Dole, Moses, witness, No. 31 [1 reference]

Dolgorouki, Ivan [2 references]

Dolgorouki, Vassili [2 references]

Dolgorouki, Yuri [2 references]

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

Dolly (servant girl) [1 reference]

Dolomieu, Déodat Guy Sylvain Tancrède Gratet de (French officer) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Dolphin (Amer. merchant ship) [1 reference]

Dolphin (British brigantine) [7 references]

Dolphin (British frigate) [1 reference]

Dolphin (Mass. brig) [1 reference]

Dolphin (sloop), seized in No. 51 [3 references]

Dolphin (Mass. privateer) [1 reference]

Dolus malus, defined [1 reference]

Domat, Jean (French jurist), Loix civiles [14 references + 1 subentry]

Domestic relations, cases concerning [1 reference]

Domestic work [7 subentries]

Domet, Mr. (veterinarian) [1 reference]

Dominica, W.I. [4 references + 1 subentry]

Dominicans [5 references]

Dominion of New England [1 reference]

Domitian (Roman emperor) [1 reference]

Don Juan [See redirect]

Donald, Aïda DiPace [1 reference]

Donald, David [1 reference]

Donalson, Mr. (from West Indies) [1 reference]

Donell, Obadiah (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Dongan (Dougan), Thomas [1 reference]

Dongen, van (of Gorcum, Netherlands) [1 reference]

Donne, John (Brit. poet) [1 reference]

Donnelly, Lucy M., article on “The Celebrated Mrs. Macaulay” [1 reference]

Donop, Col. Karl Emil Kurt von (Hessian) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Doolittle, Ephraim (Worcester merchant) [4 references]

Doolittle, Mr., in Mass. election after Stamp Act [1 reference]

Doradour, Comte de [3 subentries]

Doradour, Comtesse de [4 references]

Dorat, Claude Joseph, Malheureux imaginaire [2 references]

Dorchester Neck [6 references + 1 subentry]

Dorchester Point [3 subentries]

Dorchester, England [2 references]

Dorchester, Guy Carleton, 1st Baron [1 reference + 1 subentry + 1 “see also” entry]

Dorchester, Mass. [16 references + 9 subentries]

Dordogne River, France [1 reference]

Dordrecht, Netherlands [14 references + 8 subentries]

Doringer, Ignaz Josef (Austrian chargé to the Netherlands) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Dormer, Capt. [5 references]

Dormer, Sir Clement Cotterell (Brit. master of ceremonies at court) [2 references + 2 subentries]

Dorr, Harbottle, challenged juror, No. 64 [1 reference]

Dorre, Chevalier [1 reference]

Dorrè, Marie Fidel [1 reference]

Dorset, England [1 reference]

Dorset, John Frederick Sackville, 3d Duke of (Brit. ambassador to France) [4 references + 1 subentry + 1 “see also” entry]

Dorsetshire, England [2 references]

Dorsey, Mr. (of Elk Ridge, Md.) [1 reference]

Dorvigny, Louis François Archambault [3 subentries]

Dotey (Doty, Doten), Jane, complainant, No. 28 [1 reference]

Doty, Mr. (tavernkeeper near Stoughton, Mass.) [1 reference]

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

Dougherty v. Little, No. 23 [3 references]

Dougherty, James (of Penn.) [1 reference]

Dougherty, James, plaintiff, No. 23 [1 reference]

Dougherty, Mary (wife of James) [1 reference]

Doughty, Rev. [See redirect]

Douglas (Hamilton), Dunbar, 4th earl of Selkirk [See redirect]

Douglas, Helen, countess of Selkirk [See redirect]

Douglas, Capt. John (of the Sally; British prisoner) [1 reference]

Douglas, Mr. [3 references]

Douglas, Col. William (of Conn.) [1 reference]

Douglas, William [See redirect]

Douglass, Benjamin [2 references]

Douglass, Mass. [1 reference]

Douglass, Mr. [1 reference]

Douglass, William [1 reference]

Douglass, William (of Conn.) [1 reference]

Douglass, William, British Settlements [3 references]

Douglass, William, defendant in bastardy case, Boston [1 reference]

Dove (Amer. schooner) [6 references]

Dove (schooner) [1 reference]

Dove (ship) [1 reference]

Dover, England [19 references + 3 subentries]

Dover, N.H. [1 reference]

Dover, Strait of [2 references]

Dowesborough (now Guilderland), N.Y. [1 reference]

Downer, Eliphalet (ex-prisoner) [1 reference]

Downer, Silas [1 reference]

Downes, Mr., in No. 52 [2 references]

Downes, Samuel, witness, No. 60 [1 reference]

Downs, The, England [6 references]

Dowse v. 19 Casks of Molasses, No. 49 [10 references]

Dowse v. 33 Hogsheads of Molasses, No. 47 [15 references]

Dowse, Joseph (Boston property owner) [1 reference]

Dowse, Joseph (surveyor and searcher, Salem-Marblehead) [2 subentries]

Dowse, Capt. Nathaniel (ex-prisoner) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Doyer, Peltier du (Nantes merchant) [5 references]

Dracut, Mass. [2 references]

Drake (British sloop of war) [8 references + 5 subentries]

Drake, Mr. (of Conn.) [4 references]

Drama [See redirect]

Dramatist, The, or Stop Him Who Can [See redirect]

Draper, Margaret (publishes Massachusetts Gazette) [5 references]

Draper, Richard (publishes Massachusetts Gazette) [8 references]

Drawer [2 subentries]

Drayton Basset Case [3 references]

Drayton, William Henry (of S.C.) [10 references]

Dreams [2 references]

Drenthe (province of the Netherlands) [1 reference]

Dresden, Germany [2 references]

Dresden, Maine (formerly Pownalborough) [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Dress [See redirect]

Dreux, France [4 references]

Drew, Lt. James (British) [1 reference]

Drew, Sarah, in John Gay's letter about rustic lovers [1 reference]

Dreyer, Christof Vilhelm (Danish minister to Great Britain) [1 reference]

Dring v. Respass [1 reference]

Drinker, Henry (Phila. Friend) [1 reference]

Driver, Edward (prisoner at Dinan, France) [2 references]

Droit d'Aubaine [1 reference]

Droit de Detraction [1 reference]

Drouichets & Co. (Madrid bankers) [1 reference]

Drowne, Samuel [1 reference]

Drucour, Chevalier de [1 reference]

Druids [2 references]

Drummond, Alexander, Travels [2 references]

Drummond, Andrew, witness, No. 62 [1 reference]

Drummond, James, “Lord” [2 references]

Drummond, Rebecca, witness, No. 30 [1 reference]

Drummond, Thomas, Lord [2 subentries]

Drury Lane (London theater) [1 reference]

Dryden, John (Brit. poet) [1 reference + 9 subentries]

Dutch, Rev. Ebenezer [1 reference]

Duane, James (N.Y. member of Congress) [11 references + 21 subentries]

Duarti, João Garcia (of the Nossa Senhora) [1 reference]

Du Barry, Jeanne Bécu, Comtesse (mistress of Louis XV) [6 references]

Du Barry, Mr. (from West Indies) [1 reference]

Dubbeldemuts, Adrianus (Rotterdam merchant) [4 references + 1 subentry]

Dubbeldemuts, Franco & Adrianus (Rotterdam mercantile firm) [7 references + 5 subentries]

Dubbeldemuts, Franco (Rotterdam merchant) [1 reference]

Dubert [See redirect]

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

Dublin v. Chadbourn [1 reference]

Dublin, Ireland [3 references + 5 subentries]

Du Bois, Henry [1 reference]

Dubois, Col. Lewis (French) [4 references]

Du Bouchet, Chevalier, letter to JA listed [1 reference]

Dubourg, Jacques Barbeu (French editor and physician) [4 references + 8 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Dubray, Capt. James (of the Isabelle) [1 reference]

Dubreuil, Trouchin (publisher of Gazette d'Amsterdam) [2 subentries]

Du Breville, Mr. (French naval officer) [2 references]

Dubrocq, Alexandre, letter to Commissioners listed [1 reference]

Duc de Choiseuil (French ship) [1 reference]

Duc de Duras (French ship, later Bonhomme Richard) [3 references]

Du Chaffault de Besné, Louis Charles, Comte [4 references]

Duché, Elizabeth Hopkinson (wife of Jacob) [1 reference]

Duché, Rev. Jacob (of Phila.) [9 references + 8 subentries]

Duchenay, Mr. [1 reference]

Duchess of Kingston (ship) [1 reference]

Duchesse de Grammont (French merchant ship) [2 references]

Duchet, Mark [1 reference]

Duchet, William [1 reference]

Duck (cloth) [4 references + 1 subentry]

Du Coudray, Philippe Charles Jean Baptiste Tronson (French army officer) [7 subentries]

Dudleian lectures, Harvard [3 references]

Dudley, Charles [2 references]

Dudley, Sir Edmund [7 references]

Dudley, England [1 reference]

Dudley, Henry Bate, Magic Picture [1 reference]

Dudley, Joseph (Harvard 1751) [2 subentries]

Dudley, Mary [See redirect]

Dudley, Mass. [1 reference]

Dudley, Paul [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Dudley, Robert, Earl of Leicester [See redirect]

Dudley, Stephen [1 reference]

Dudley, Thomas [1 reference]

Due process of law, Coke on [1 reference]

Dueling [6 references + 1 subentry]

Duer, Catherine Alexander (wife of William) [2 references]

Duer, William (of N.Y.) [2 references + 5 subentries]

Du Fee, Col. (Canadian militia) [1 reference]

Duffield, Rev. George (of Phila.) [5 references + 3 subentries]

Dufour, Mr. [1 reference]

Dufresny, Charles, Rivière [2 references]

Dugan, Cumberland, shipper of Philadelphia [2 references]

Dugazon (Gourgaud, Jean Baptiste, actor) [1 reference]

Dugdale, Sir William, Monasticon Anglicanum [1 reference]

Duhamel, of the French Academy of Sciences [1 reference]

Duke of Leinster (Amer. ship) [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Duke of York [See redirect]

Duker, P. G. (Dutch chargé d'affaires) [4 references]

Dukes County, Mass. [5 references + 3 subentries]

Dulany, Daniel [2 references]

Dumaresq (Dumaresque), Phillip, juror, No. 63 [2 references]

Dumas family, housekeepers at Hôtel des Etats Unis, The Hague [1 reference]

Dumas, Anna Jacoba (Nancy, daughter of Charles) [10 references + 3 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Dumas, Charles William Frederic (U.S. agent at The Hague) [6 references + 208 subentries + 3 “see also” entries]

Dumas, Marie (wife of Charles) [14 references + 10 subentries]

Dumbar, Derk (secy. of Provincial States of Overijssel) [1 reference]

Duménil, Capt. (of the Serin) [1 reference]

Dumfries (Dumfrus), Va. [1 reference]

Dummer Academy [See redirect]

Dummer, Jeremiah (former gov. of Mass.) [1 subentry]

Dumont (servant) [3 references]

Dumont, Jean (French writer) [1 subentry]

Dunbar, David [1 reference]

Dunbar, Jesse [3 references]

Dunbar, Maj. [1 reference]

Duncan, Abraham (son of James, Sr.) [1 reference]

Duncan, Capt. (British, of the Medea) [1 reference]

Duncan, Capt. (of the Eagle) [1 reference]

Duncan, Elizabeth [See redirect]

Duncan, Elizabeth (daughter of James) [4 references + 5 subentries]

Duncan, Elizabeth Bell (1st wife of James) [2 references]

Duncan, Elizabeth Leonard (2d wife of James) [4 references + 2 subentries]

Duncan, Hannah Greenleaf (3d wife of James) [4 references]

Duncan, James (of Haverhill) [6 references + 4 subentries]

Duncan, James, Jr. [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Duncan, Margaret (Peggy, daughter of James) [5 references]

Duncan, Mary (or “Polly”) [2 subentries]

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

Duncan, Capt. Robert (of Phila.) [3 references + 1 subentry]

Duncan, of Philadelphia [1 reference]

Duncomb (Duncombe), Giles, Trials per Pais [9 references]

Dundas, Henry, M.P. [2 references]

Dundas, Capt. Ralph (of the Bonetta) [1 reference]

Dundas, T. (pseudonym) [See redirect]

Dundass, Ralph [1 reference]

Dundass, Cpl. William [1 reference]

Dundonald, Lord [See redirect]

Dungannon, Ireland [1 reference]

Duni, Egide Romuald (composer) [1 reference]

Dunilar, Jeannerat de (secy. to Prussian legation in London) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Dunk, George Montagu, 1st Earl of Halifax of 3d creation [1 reference]

Dunk, George Montague, 2d Earl of Halifax [1 reference]

Dunkerque, France [20 references + 6 subentries]

Dunkers [4 references]

Dunkin, Edmund [4 references]

Dunkin, Susan Bethune (wife of Edmund) [2 references]

Dunkly v. Wade [1 reference]

Dunlap, John (Phila. printer) [3 references + 7 subentries]

Dunlap, William (writer and playwright) [1 subentry]

Dunmore, Lord [See redirect]

Dunning, John [See redirect]

Dunstable, Mass. [6 references]

Dupee, Elias, witness, No. 59 [1 reference]

Duplessis, Joseph Siffred [2 references]

Du Plessis, Thomas Antoine, Chevalier de Mauduit [1 reference]

Dupont de Lens [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Dupont de Nemours, Pierre Samuel (French diplomat) [1 reference]

Dupont, Mr. [1 subentry]

Duportail, Louis Lebègue de Presle (French army officer) [3 references]

Dupré (Chaumont's servant) [2 references]

Dupré de St. Maur (French ship) [1 reference]

Dupré, M. and Mme., of Paris [2 references]

Duquesne, Chevalier (of the Triomphe) [1 reference]

Duress, commonplaced [1 reference]

Durgan, Ben, witness, No. 2 [1 reference]

Durham County, England [1 reference]

Durham, Bishop of [See redirect]

Durham, Conn. [1 reference]

Durham, England [4 references]

Durham, N.H. [1 reference]

Durkee, Col. John (of Conn.) [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Dusaulx, M. [2 references]

Dusauzet, Henry (merchant at The Hague) [1 reference]

Dusheman, Mr. (of Philadelphia) [1 reference]

Du Simitière, Pierre Eugène (artist) [1 reference + 8 subentries]

Düsseldorf, Germany [1 reference]

Dussen, Aegidius van der [4 references]

Dutch [See redirect]

Dutch Army [8 references + 4 subentries]

Dutch East India Company [4 references]

Dutch Navy [6 references + 32 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Dutch Patriot party [1 reference]

Dutch Reformed Church [2 subentries]

Dutch Republic [See redirect]

Dutch Settlements [See redirect]

Dutch West India Company [8 references]

Dutch West Indies, British fleet in [2 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Dutch in America, JA on, in New York state [1 reference]

Dutch language [15 references + 4 subentries]

Dutch people [1 reference]

Dutch-American Convention on Recaptures [11 subentries]

Dutch-American Treaty of Amity and Commerce [65 subentries]

Dutchess County, N.Y. [2 references]

Duties (customs) [1 reference]

Duty, Rev. John [1 reference]

Duvant, Sally [1 reference]

Duvivier, Pierre Simon, executes Washington medal [1 reference]

Duxbury, Mass. [2 subentries]

Dwight, Joseph (H.C. 1786) [2 subentries]

Dwight, Josiah (H.C. 1786) [2 subentries]

Dwight, Col. Simeon [1 reference]

Dwight, Rev. Timothy (of Greenfield Hill, Conn.) [1 reference + 4 subentries]

Dwina River, Russia [1 reference]

DWolf, D'Wolf [See redirect]

Dyanthe (Diana?, Roman goddess) [2 references]

Dyche, Thomas, New English Dictionary [2 references]

Dyer v. Doane [1 reference]

Dyer, Benjamin [2 references]

Dyer, Eliphalet (of Conn.) [6 references + 9 subentries]

Dyer, Sir James, Reports [2 references]

Dyer, Joseph [2 subentries]

Dyer, Maj. Thomas (of Conn.) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Dyer, father of Thomas Dyer [1 reference]

Dyes, Bancroft's patent on [1 reference]

Dyre v. Hutchinson [1 reference]

Dyre, Mr. [2 references]

Dysentery [5 references + 2 subentries]