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    Paul Dudley (September 3, 1675 - January 25, 1751), was the son of Massachusetts Bay Governor Joseph Dudley. After graduating at Harvard in 1690, he studied law at the Temple in London, and became attorney-general of Massachusetts (1702 to 1718). He was associate justice of the superior court of that province from 1718 to 1745, and chief justice from 1745 until his death in 1751.
    He was a member of the Royal Society (London), to whose Transactions he contributed several valuable papers on the natural history of New England, as well as the founder of the Dudleian lectures on religion at Harvard University.

An Account of the Method of Making Sugar from the Juice of the Maple Tree in New England.
By Paul Dudley, Esq; F. R. S. Communicated by John Chamberlayne, Esq.
    Philosophical Transactions (1683-1775), Vol. 31: 27-28. (1720 - 1721) The Royal Society.

An Account of the Poyson Wood Tree in New-England.
By the Honourable Paul Dudley, Esq, F. R. S. Communicated by John Chamberlain, Esq
    Philosophical Transactions (1683-1775), Vol. 31: 145-146. (1720 - 1721) The Royal Society.

A Description of the Moose-Deer in America.
By the Honourable Paul Dudley, Esq; F. R. S. Communicated by John Chamberlayne, Esq.
    Philosophical Transactions (1683-1775), Vol. 31
: 165-168. (1720 - 1721) The Royal Society.
Same moose article, but using the "long s," "
ſ" instead of standard "s."

Just because it amused me.
An Account of a New Sort of Molosses Made of Apples; And of the Degenerating of Smelts.
By the Honourable Paul Dudley, Esq; F. R. S.
    Philosophical Transactions (1683-1775),
Vol. 32: 231-232.
(1722 - 1723) The Royal Society.

An Account of the Rattlesnake.
By the Honourable Paul Dudley, Esq; F. R. S.
    Philosophical Transactions (1683-1775), Vol. 32:
292-295. (1722 - 1723) The Royal Society.

An Account of an Extraordinary Cure by Sweating in Hot Turff; With a Description of the Indian Hot-Houses;
By the Honourable Paul Dudley, Esq; F. R. S.
    Philosophical Transactions (1683-1775), Vol. 33: 129-132. (1724 - 1725) The Royal Society.

Observations on Some of the Plants in New-England, with Remarkable Instances of the Nature and Power of Vegetation.
In a Letter to the Publisher from the Honourable Paul Dudley, Esq; F. R. S.

    Philosophical Transactions (1683-1775), Vol. 33: 194-200. (1724 - 1725). The Royal Society.
An Account of the Several Earthquakes Which Have Happen'd in New-England, since the First Settlement of the English in That Country, Especially of the Last, Which Happen'd on Octob. 29, 1727.
Communicated to the Royal Society by Paul Dudley, Esq; F. R. S. in a Letter to the Secretary
    Philosophical Transactions (1683-1775), Vol. 39: 63-73. (1735 - 1736) . The Royal Society.

An Essay upon the Natural History of Whales, with a Particular Account of the Ambergris Found in the Sperma Ceti Whale.
In a Letter to the Publisher, from the Honourable Paul Dudley, Esq; F. R. S.

    Philosophical Transactions (1683-1775)
, Vol. 33: 256-269.
(1724 - 1725). The Royal Society.

 The Whale Fishery. compilation.
    North American Review 38 (82): 84-116. January 1834

Seals and Whales.
    Harper's New Monthly Magazine 3 (18): 764-767. 2 Nov 1851

 A Brief Biography of the Halibut.
    G. Brown Goode
    The American Naturalist 19 (10): 953-969. Oct. 1885

The Outlook of the Fisheries.
    J.W. Collins. 1886.
    The Century 32 (6): 959-961   

Science for a livelihood.
    W. F. Flint.
    Science 8(189): 258. 17 Sep 1886

The Sea Serpent
    B.A. Colonna
    Science
8 (189): 258. 17 Sep 1886

The Present Wholesale Destruction of Bird-Life in the United States. J. A. Allen. 1886. Science 7 (160):191-195
      Destruction of Birds for Millinery Purposes.
Science, Vol. 7 (160): 196-197. 26 Feb 1886
       Destruction of Bird-Life in the Vicinity of New York. Willliam Dutcher. Science 7 (160):  197-199. 26 Feb 1886
     
Destruction of the Eggs of Birds for Food. Geo. B. Sennett. Science 7 (160): 199-201. 26 Feb 1886
     
The Relation of Birds to Agriculture. Science 7 (160): 201-202. 26 Feb 1886
     
Bird-Laws. Science 7 ( 160): 202-204. 26 Feb 1886
     
An Appeal to the Women of the Country in Behalf of the Birds. Science  7 (160): 204-205. 26 Feb 1886
     
The American Ornithologists' Union Committee on Bird-Protection. Science  7 (160): 205. 26 Feb 1886
       The Destruction of Birds. Amos W. Butler. Science 7 (162): 241-241, 12 Mar 1886
Statistics on the pointless horror of the slaughter, with ridicule of the wearers, and pleas for moral and legal action.
The American Whale-Fishery, 1877-1886.
    A. Howard Clark. 1887.
    Science
9 (217): 321-324

Statistics of place, value, tonnage and hunting grounds on a dying industry.

  Garden and Forest. A Journal of Horticulture, Landscape Art and Forestry. (1888-1897)
Cape Cod related articles.
  The Sand-Plains of Truro, Wellfleet, and Eastham
    Amadeus W. Grabau
    Science, Vol. 5 (113): 334-335. 26 Feb 1897

Migration of Bats on Cape Cod, Massachusetts
    Gerrit S. Miller
    Science, New Series 5 (118): 541-543. 2 Apr 1897
What were they thinking? Miller and company identified 3 species of  bats by shooting them at Highland Light.
Some Remarks on Gulls.
    Henry Van Dyke.
    1907 in p. 235-261 Days Off and Other Digressions. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons
  The Otter in Eastern Massachusetts
    William Brewster
    Science 29 (744): 551-555.  2 Apr 1909

Cape Cod and the Old Colony
    Albert Perry Brigham
    Geographical Review, Vol. 10 (1): 1-22. July 1920

A Report upon the Alewife Fisheries of Massachusetts
    David L. Belding.
    Boston: Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Department of Conservation, Divsion of Fisheries and Game. 1920

Whales and Whaling in New England
    Glover M. Allen
    The Scientific Monthly 27 (4): 340-343. Oct 1928

The Diking of the Herring River [Wellfleet]
    Richard LeBlonde
    Sanctuary, July/August 1984 pp. 12-14

Map collection

Some of my book reviews may have info of interest:
Oystering from New York to Boston 1974. John M. Kochiss
The America Horseshoe Crab. 2003. editors Carl N. Shuster, jr., Robert B. Barlow, H. Jane Brockmann