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SALEM, People of, effect of the perse- | Small, John, of Salem, his oxen seized,
whipped in the open street, 112;
dictive behaviour to Quaker pris 297.
John, of Salem, released, 211;
relative to the latter's, cruelty
Richard, of Long Island, his de-
pressing pity for Friends, is Southwick, Lawrence and Cassandra,
imprisoned and whipped, 79; of Salem, entertain C. Holder
on, is herself committed, 98; imprisoned and sent to Boston,
Providence is imprisoned, 95. whipped and fined, 49;
banished for attending meeting,
ing C. Holder, is sent to jail, 46; three days of each other, 86.
Josiah, persecution of, 49;
taken to Boston, 51, 55;
appeal to the Court from jail, 03;
banished for attending meeting,
passes to England by Barbadoes,
ferings before Council and Par lic, 222;
returning to Boston, is impris-
sentenced to be tied to a cart,
through three towns, 223;
Southwick, Josiah, returns at once to TERRIBLE things by the Red Sea, from
C. Mather's History, 539.
land, treated kindly by the In-
fer at the hands of the Dutch, 274. Tilton, John and Mary, of Graves-
shire, arrives at Boston, and is land, 227;
disputes with a priest, 228;
whipped through eleven towns,
being sentenced to death, 108; returning to Dover, is dragged
fields, fuce downward, 235;
written from Boston jail, 360; 236;
goes to Flushing, Long Island,
imprisoned and banished, 276;
returning to Boston, is ordered
Friends, but afterward expresses towns, 288, 301;
the same sentence repeated, 303,
ed Quakers, A Short Summary of Trask, Mary, of Salem, imprisoned,
released from Boston prison, 211;
Smith united) to Governor En-
Turks, Friends in the lands of the, Waugh, Dorothy, whipping of, 51,
imprisoned and banished, 52;
put in prison at New Amsterdam
imprisoned at Hartford, clothes
imprisoned and shipped away,
place where the bodies of W. and banished, 168.
the execution of W. Robinson lashed, and again fined, 112;
Jis pity for William Leddra, 190,
remanded to prison, 190;
hat, 196, 198;
expressing sympathy, is put in 198;
notifies the Court that he is at
accompanics Friends of Englanil
cerning the blind and perse 233;
wrongly accused in Maine, 248;
testimony by J. Whiting, 476. received with tenderness by an
back to Salem, 255;
Wharton, Edward, goes with Friends | Wilson, Deborah, is sentenced to be
to Long Island, is imprisoned, whipped, her mother and sister
remarks on the singularity of her
testimony, by J. Whiting, 476.
Hathorn for his cruelty, 280; returning, is tied to a cart and
he is whipped through the Priest, his blood-thirstiness and
kins in her sickness, is bound not removing the hat, 127, 151.
to the Sandwich people, 153.
begs that Quakers be not put to
Mather's "Truth and Inno refuses to assent to banishment
hood and Envy,” 389; | Witches, M. Fisher and Ann Austin
L. Wardel's testimony, 476; 16, 492.
330, 533, 539;
ver, his cruelty to E. Wharton, 431, 502.
Wozel, Deacon, his grief at passage
of the law to banish Quakers on
from Long Island to Boston,
up the Dutch Governor against secuting spirit, is put in prison,
against the stripping and whip 169;
released from Boston prison, 211.
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