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sional Debates, Congressional Globe,

Congressional Record.
Annapolis Convention, iii, 185-187.
Annexations, Louisiana, iii, 367-372; objec-

tions, 373-376,642-645; Florida, 482-483;
Texas, 642-655; Mexican territory, iv,
24-26, 32-34; Alaska, 547-550; general
passion for, 548; Spanish, in 1898, 589. —
See also Colonies, Territories.
. Innual Register, ii, ii, iii, 302.
Anonymous, FIRST PRINTED ACCOUNT OF

AMERICA IN ENGLISH, 1,72-73; ENGLISH
CLAIMS TO NORTH AMERICA, 164-166;
BACON'S REBELLION, 242-246; THE
TRIAL OF A WOMAN ANTINOMIAN, 382-
387; FOUNDING OF THE FIRST AMERI-
CAN COLLEGE, 467-472; THE TRIAL OF
A QUAKER, 481-484; A PLEA FOR PRO-
TECTIVE DUTIES, ii, 247-248; A BALLAD
OF PIGWACKET, 344-346; A FRENCH
ACCOUNT OF BRADDOCK'S DEFEAT, 365-
367; A BRAVE MAN'S DEATH, 484-485;
EXPLOITS OF DE GRASSE IN THE W'EST
INDIES, 612-615; Journal of an Officer,
615; A CONFESSION OF ENGLAND'S
ERROR, iii, 302; John Brown's Body, iv,
259-260; REASONS FOR WAR, 573-575;

War with Spain and After, 575.
Antietam, Smalley's account of battle of, iv,

340–351.
Anti-Federalists, policy of, iii, 289-292,

297.
Antinomians, in Massachusetts, i, 382-387.
Anti-slavery, meeting, iii, 602-608; protest

against annexation of Texas, 642-645. -

See also Abolitionists, Slavery.
Appleton's Annual Cyclopædia, iv, 6.
Appomattox, surrender of Lee at, iv, 437-

440, 443-444
Apprentices, iii, 25-26.
Arber, Edward, First Three English Books

on America, i, 73.
Arbitration, Halifax commission, iv, 544;

Geneva award, 550-556; Bering Sea,
564-567; Venezuelan boundary dispute,

Armstrong, Edward, Record of the Court at

Upland, ii, 208.
Armstrong, John, THE NEWBURG AD-

DRESSES, iii, 122–125.
Army, Confederate, scarcity of food, iv,

254-255, 440; conditions, 277–286; experi-
ence in battle, 280-282; an Englishman's
impressions, 284-286; partisan campaign-
ing, 287–289; preparation for war, 319-
323; appearance, 327; commissariat, 371.

See also Civil War, battles by name,
and Table of Contents of Vol. IV.
Army, English, employs Hessians, ii, 500
504; camp life in Canada, 504-507; Ger-

and English, 506-507; loyalist
corps, 511-513; capture of André, 515-
518; losses at Concord and Lexington,
550;

“ Battle of the Kegs," 562-565; a
woman's life in, 565-568. — See also
Officers, Revolution, War, and Table of

Contents of Vol. II.
Army, United States, recruiting service, ii,

457, 481-483, 586; clothing, 468-469, 527 :
joined by Lafayette, 485-488; proposed
use of negroes, 488-490; Washington on
militia, 490-492, 560-562; punishments,
493-494 ;Washington's headquarters, 495-
497 ; prisoners, 508-511; needs, 528, 530;
losses at Concord and Lexington, 548; at
Valley Forge, 568-573; rank, 570; resig-
nations, 572; Steuben in, 582-585; foreign
officers in, 584-585; Patrick Henry's
views of, 586; condition in the South,
612; Order of Cincinnati, 626-627 ; of
Connecticut, iii, 47; discontent in conti-
nental, 121; on Texas frontier, iv, 22-23;
in Mexico, 26-31; guard of fugitive slave,
88-91; attack on John Brown, 144-146;
in Civil War, 216-220, 256-276, 309-389,
412-444 ; call for troops, 221, 235: boun-
ties, 222, 234-235; negroes as soldiers,
233, 406-407, +42, 458; conditions, 256-
276; enlistment, 256-259; hardships, 263-
265; experience in battle, 268, 273-276;
bummers, 268-270, 431; Sanitary Com-
mission, 270-273; organization, 314-319;
generals appointed, 315; staff and ad-
ministrative officers, 316; medical depart-
ment, 316; discipline, 316-318; capability
of soldiers, 318-319; contrabands follow,
408-411; military government of the South,

568, 572.

Arbitrators, THE GENEVA AWARD, iv,

550-556.
Archives, American, in Europe, ii, 10.
Argall, Sir Samuel, in Virginia, i, 220.
Arkansas River, discovered, i, 139.

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485-489; federal troops in the South, 503-
504, 507 i preparation for Spanish War,
578; Santiago campaign, 586-588; Rough
Riders, 587-588. — See also Civil War,
Officers, Reconstruction, Revolution,
War, battles by name, and Tables of

Contents.
Arnold, S. G., History of Rhode Island, i,

14, 409.
Arnold, William, OBJECTIONS TO THE

NEW CHARTER, I, 401-402.
Artemus Ward. - See Browne, Charles

Farrar.
Articles of Confederation, difficulties in

framing, ii, 539-543; Maryland's refusal,
591-593; completed, 604; violated, iii,
127. - See also Confederation, Congress,

United States.
Assembly, first representative, in America,

i, 218-225; Maryland, 269; records of, ii,
6; business of, 173-174; dissolution, 174-
175; bills vetoed, 179-181; bills disal-
lowed, 183–184; conversion into conven-
tion, 519-524. - See also Colonies, Gov-

ernment, States.
Assistants, in Massachusetts, i, 373-382.
"Association," adopted by First Continental

Congress, ii, 439-441.
Atabualpa, captured by Pizarro, i, 53-57.
Atkins, John Black, CAPTURE OF SANTI-

AGO, iv, 586-588; War in Cuba, 588.
Atlantic Monthly, iv, 87, 464, 575, 594, 616,

632.
Augusta (Ga.), center for Indian trade, ii, 126.
Aumsequen. . - See Pessecus.
Austin, J. T., Life of Elbridge Gerry, ii, 19.
Autobiographies, as sources, i, 1; lists, iii,

10, iv, 8.
Azores, in papal grant, i, 42.

Baldwin, R. S., l'Amistad case, iii, 626, 629
Balloting, method of, iii, 334.
Baltimore, a growing town, ii, 102.
Baltimore, Cecil, Lord, INSTRUCTIONS TO

COLONISTS, i, 247-252; THE QUESTION
OF KENT ISLAND, 257-201. - See also

Maryland.
Baltimore, Charles, Lord, THE QUAKER

AND THE NOBLEMAN, 1, 272-274. - See

also Maryland.
Baltimore American, iii, 422.
Bancroft, George, transcripts of documents,

i, 16, 21, iv, 34; History of the United
States, i, 16, 21, ii, 22, 111, 2; use of sources,
ii, 22, 28; History of the Constitution, 111,

154, 160, 187.
Bank of North America, established, 11, 605.
Banks, earnings of, iii, 62, 296; Hamilton's

report on, 276–281; political influence,
333; State, 441-445; clearing-house loan

certificates, iv, 526-528.
Banks, Nathaniel P., major-general, iv, 315.
Baptists, in Rhode Island, i, 409.
Barber, John W., and Howe, Henry, His-

torical Collections of New York, i, 14.
Barclay, David, AN ACCOUNT OF EAST

JERSEY, I, 569-572.
Barlowe, Arthur, First VOYAGE TO VIR-

GINIA, I, 89-95.
Barnegate (N. J.), settlement, i, 571.
Barnes, Mary Sheldon, and Barnes, Earl,

Studies in American History, ii, 33.
Barringer, D. M., in peace conference, iv,

207.
Barron, James, CAPTURE OF THE CHESA-

PEAKE BY THE LEOPARD, iii, 395-400.
Barter, in the Confederate States, iv, 249-

251.
Bartlett, John Russell, Records of Rhode

Island and Providence Plantations, ii, 17,

52, 174.
Bartram, William, Travels, ii, 18.
Bates, Edward, on relief of Sumter, iv, 212.
Bayard, J. A., American envoy, iii, 426–

427.
Bay Psalm Book, literary value, 1, 4, 18;

extracts, 472-476.
Beardsley, Eben Edwards, Life and Corre-

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BACKUS: Isaac, History of New Eng-

ii, 15.
Backwoodsmen, iii, 463-467. - See also

West.
Bacon, Ezekiel, on the embargo, iii, 408-409.
Bacon's Rebellion, i, 242-246.
Bailey, Theodorus, PASSING THE Forts

AT NEW ORLEANS, iv, 336-338.
Bainbridge, William, CAPTURE OF THE

spondence of Samuel Seabury, ii, 19.
Beauregard, Pierre Gustave, BREAKING

OF THE STORM, iv, 213-216.

JAVA, 11, 414-417.
Baldwin, Abraham, in convention, iii, 219.

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Beauvois, Carel van, a Dutch schoolmaster,

i, 586.
Belcher, Jonathan, speech, ii, 176; A

GOOD MAN'S LETTER, 287–289.
Belknap, Jeremy, History of New Hamp-

shire, ii, 15, iii, 34; Belknap Papers, iii, 257.
Bellini, at Williamsburg, ii, 608.
Bellomont, Earl of, OFFICIAL PROTEC-

TION OF PIRATES, ii, 244-247.
Bennet, Richard, SURRENDER OF VIR-

GINIA TO PARLIAMENT, i, 235-236 ; in

Maryland, 264.
Benton, Thomas Hart, How ANNEXA-
TION WAS SECURED, iii, 652–655;
Thirty Years' View, iv, 8; DRED SCOTT
DECISION REVIEWED, 132-135; Exam-

ination of Dred Scott Case, 135.
Berdt, Dennis de, COMPLAINT AGAINST

THE ACTS OF TRADE, 415-417.
Bering Sea arbitration, iv, 564-567.
Berkeley, G. C., British naval officer, orders

the Chesapeake to be searched, iii, 395.
Berkeley, John, Lord, CONCESSIONS AND

AGREEMENTS OF THE PROPRIETORS

OF EAST JERSEY, I, 563-566.
Berkeley, Sir William, loyalty, i, 23; AP-

PEAL OF A LOYAL GOVERNOR, 233-234;
AN OFFICIAL REPORT ON VIRGINIA,

237–241; dealings with Bacon, 243-246.
Bermuda, shipwreck on, i, 286.
Bernhard. - See Saxe-Weimar.
Besse, Joseph, Collection of the Sufferings

of the People called Quakers, i, 484.
Beverly, Robert, History of Virginia, i, 11,

ii, 15, 94; ANDROS'S AND NICHOLSON'S

ADMINISTRATIONS, ii, 90-94.
Bibliography, of sources, i, 16–18, ii, 22-23,

iii, 2-3, iv, 2; of secondary books, i, 26-

27, ii, 32-34, iii, 12–13.
Bienville, Jean Baptiste, in Louisiana, ii,

312-313, 315-316.
Bigelow, John, France and the Confederate

Nazy, iv, 303
Billings, John Davis, ENLISTING, iv, 256–

259; Hardtack and Coffee, 259.
Bills of credit, iii, 133-136.

See also
Banks, Currency, Finances, Money.
Billyng, E., proprietor of Jersey, i, 573-574.
Bimetallism, Bryan on, iv, 536-538. -- See

also Money.
Biographies, as sources, ii, 19.

Bird, Isabella, Englishwoman in America,

iv, io.
Birkbeck, Morris, Notes on America, iii,

10, 467; PEOPLE OF THE WOODS, 463-

467.
Birney, James Gillespie, A WESTERN

POLITICAL ABOLITIONIST, iii, 608-612;

Letter on Abolitionists, 612.
Bishops, plan for establishment in America,
ii, 289-290; colonies opposed to, 418-420,

See also Religion.
Blackstone, William, settlement, i, 371.
Blaine, James Gillespie, Twenty Years in

Congress, iv, 8; APPEAL TO THE VOTERS,
508-511; RELATIONS TO LATIN-AMER-

ICA, 561-563.
Blair, Montgomery, on relief of Sumter, iv,

212; Russell's impressions of, 291; on

the emancipation proclamation, 402.
Blennerhasset and Burr, iii, 356-359, 460-

461.
Blockade, effect of southern, iv, 192, 244,

246; Confederate government blockade-

runners, 323, 356–358.
Blount, W., in Federal Convention, iii, 225.
Board of Trade. - See Lords Commis-

sioners.
Boat, travel by, iii, 564. - See also Canals.
Bodleian Library, i, 8, ii, 10.
Boker, George Henry, THE BLACK REGI-

MENT, iv, 405-407; Poems of the War, 407.
Bolzius, Johann Martin, quaintness, ii, 4;

THE COMING OF THE SALZBURG GER-

MANS, 114-116; Journal, 116.
Bonaparte, Lucien, How NAPOLEON PER-

SISTED IN SELLING LOUISIANA, iii, 367-

372.
Bond house, at Edenton, ii, 4.
Bon Homme Richard, and Serapis, ii, 587-

590.
Boone, Daniel, adventures in Kentucky, ii,

383-385.
Boston, Town Records, i, 12, ii, 14, 17, 21;

Dutch visitors, i, 496-501; description in
1680, 501, in 1750, ii, 61-63, in 1788, iii,
31-35; Sir William Phipps at, i, 507-509;
Old South Church, ii, 4; observance of
the Sabbath, 63; merry-making in, 240-
243; earthquake in 1727, 261-262; Stamp
Act riot, 397-400; troops in, 420-423 ;
"massacre," 429-431; "tea-party," 431-

Index

ii, 511.

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433; siege of, 550-554; attempted fugitive- Breck, Samuel, YELLOW FEVER IN PHIL-
slave rescue, iv, 87-91; enthusiasm in ADELPHIA, iii, 39-41; Recollections, 41.
1861, 221-224; departure of troops, 223. Bremer, Fredrika, Homes of the New World,
- See also Government, Massachusetts, iv, 1o.
Religion, Revolution, Trade.

Breweries, iii, 54.
Boston Athenæum, catalogue, i, 16, ii, 22. Brewster, William, Puritan, i, 169; at Ply-
Boston Gazette, ii, 263.

mouth, 349.
Boston Public Library, i, 8, ii, 10; catalogue, Brewton, Miles, and others, The Evil
i, 16, ii, 22.

DEEDS OF THE SPANIARDS, 11, 340-344-
Botume, Elizabeth Hyde, AMONG THE Briefe and true Relation of the Discouerie

FREEDMEN, iv, 445-448; First Days of Virginia, i, 163.
amongst the Contrabands, 448.

Bright, John, A FRIEND IN NEED, iv, 296–
Boudinot, Elias, AN INVESTIGATION OF 298; Speeches on the American Question,

BRITISH MILITARY PRISONS, ii, 508- 298.
511; Life, 511.

Brissot. - See Warville.
Boudinot, Jane J., Life of Elias Boudinot, Bristol, on the Delaware, iii, 39.

British Guiana. – See Venezuela.
Boundaries, of states, ii, 542-543; English,

British Museum, Americana in, i, 8, ii, 10.
624. — See also Annexations, Colonies,

Brodhead, J. R., History of New York, i,
Land, Treaties.

13.
Bourget, Paul, Outre-Mer, iv, 10.

Brookline (Mass.), town records, i, 4, ii, 5.
Boutwell, George S., Speeches and Papers,

Brooklyn (N. Y.), Dutch schoolmaster in,
iv, 10.

i, 585-586; Dutchmen's visit 10, 588.
Bowker and Iles, Reader's Guide, iv, 2.

Brown, Alexander, Genesis of the United
Boyle, Robert, Voyages and Adventures, ii, 77. States, i, II, 22.
Bozman, J. L., History of Maryland, i, 14.

Brown, John, raid on Harper's Ferry, iv,
Brackenridge, Henry M., VOYAGE DOWN

144-150; WHY JOHN BROWN BROKE
THE OHIO, iii, 459-463; Recollections of

THE LAWS, 147-150 ; " John Brown's
the Il'est, 463.

Body," 259–260.
Brackenridge, Hugh Henry, A MOCK

Brown, John Carter, library, i, 8, ii, 1o.
CRITICISM OF THE CONSTITUTION, iii,

Browne, Charles Farrar, GOOD ADVICE
237-239.

TO J. DAVIS, iv, 228-230; Artemus llard
Braddock, General, defeated, ii, 365-367. his Book, 230.
Bradford, Alden, Speeches of Massachusetts

Browne, William Hand, Archives of Mary-
Governors, ii, 12.

land, i, 294.
Bradford, William, literary importance, i,

Brownell, Henry Howard, LET US ALONE,
4; facsimile of his manuscript, 9; Ply-

iv, 178-179; Lyrics of a Day, 179.
mouth Plantation, 12, 14, 170, 343, 344,

Bruce, P. A., Economic History of l'irginia,
348, 355, 412; WHY THE PILGRIMS LEFT i, 16, 27.
ENGLAND FOR HOLLAND, 167-170;
WHY THE PILGRIMS LEFT HOLLAND,

Bryan, William Jennings, DEFENCE OF

SILVER, iv, 536-538; First Battle, 538.
340-343; THE GERM OF POPULAR GOV-

Bryant, William Cullen, Our Country's
ERNMENT, 344; THE FIRST LANDING
AT PLYMOUTH, 345-348; LIFE IN A

CALL, iv, 230-232; Thirty Poems, 232.
PILGRIM COMMONWEALTH, 349-355 ;

Brymner, Douglas, Canadian Archives, ii

,
THE ENGLISH IN THE CONNECTICUT,

Buchanan, James, Administration, iv, 9;
410-412.
Bradford, William, Life and Correspondence

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and the Lecompton constitution, 119-
of Joseph Reed, ii, 20.

121; on the Dred Scott case, 137; cause
Brazil, William Hawkins's voyage, i, 74;

of Republican success in 1860, 162; HELP-
Drake's voyage, 82,

LESSNESS OF THE ADMINISTRATION, 1962
199

Butler

8, 3
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DEN
Butier

Butler, Nathaniel, THE DISMASKING OF

VIRGINIA, I, 225-227.
Butler, Pierce, in Federal Convention, iii,

220.

Byles, Mather, A POETICAL LAMENTA-

TION OCCASIONED BY THE DEATH OF
His LATE MAJESTY KING GEORGE THE
FIRST, ii, 258–260; Collection of Poems,

260.
Byrd, William, house, ii, 4; History of the

Dividing Line, 141, 238; SOCIETY IN
VIRGINIA, 235-238.

CABINET, Polk's, terms of peace with

Buckingham, Joseph T., Specimens of News-

paper Literature, ii, 263.
Buckner, Simon B., surrenders Fort Donel-

son, iv, 328.
Buffaloes, discovery of, i, 61; Marquette's

experience, 138.
Bulkeley, Peter, New ENGLAND'S OPIN-

ION OF ITSELF, i, 451-452; Gospel-Cov-

enant, 452.
Bullock, William, CONDITIONS OF MEX-

ico, iii, 489-493; Six Months in Mexico,

493.
Bull Run, Russell's description of battle of,

iv, 309-313; southern poem on, 313-314;
Jackson's report on second, 342–346.
Bunker Hill, batile, ii, 550-551.
Bureau of Ethnology, Fourteenth Annual

Report, i, 64.
Burgoyne, John, lenity of America to, ii,

480; surrender, 565-568; Madame Riede-

sel's opinion of, 566.
Burk, J. D., Virginia, i, ii, ii, 15.
Burke, Edmund, European Settlements, ii,

20, 125, 150; distance from colonies a
disadvantage, 31; NEED OF RELIEVING
GEORGIA, 124-126; THE LAW IN ALL

OUR PROVINCES, 149-150.
Burke, Emily P., THE POOR WHITES, iv,

59-62; Reminiscences of Georgia, 62.
Burlington, New Jersey, i, 567-568.
Burnaby, Andrew, Travels, ii, 20, 89; XEW-

YORK CITY, 87-89.
Burnet, William, A DEFENCE OF PAPER

MONEY, ii, 251-253.
Burns, Anthony, fugitive slave, attempted

rescue and rendition, iv, 87-91.
Burnside, Ambrose Everett, at Antietam,

iv, 347–351; FREDERICKSBURG, 351-355.
Burr, Aaron. - See Blennerhasset.
Burrough, Edward, Declaration of the Per-

secution of the Quakers, i, 481, 486; THE

WRONGS OF THE QUAKERS, 484-486.
Bute, Lord, head of the English army, ii,

379.
Butler, Benjamin Franklin, major-general,

iv, 315; at New Orleans, 336-337 ; CON-
TRABAND OF WAR, 390-391; ISSUE IN
THE IMPEACHMENT OF

THE PRESI-
DENT, 489-492.
Butler, Frances Anne (Kemble), Journal,

iii, 10, 567,- See also Kemble,

, iv
SUMTER BE RELIEVED, 211-212; de-

bate on emancipation, 400-402.
Cabot, John, voyage of (1497), i, 70-72;

statement of discovery, 165.
Calder, E. F., Ames Diary, ii, 272, iii, 339.
Calderon, F., Spanish minister, iji, 627.
Caldwell, David, OBSTINATE OBJECTORS,

iii, 251-254.
Caldwell, H. W., Source Extracts, iii, 7,

iv, 6.
Calhoun, John C., AN ARGUMENT FOR

INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS, iii, 436–440;
RIGHT OF NULLIFICATION, 544-548;
REASONS FOR ANNEXATION, 649-652;
Works, 652; letter to Texan minister,

653; DANGER OF DISUNION, iv, 48-51.
California, Drake in, i, 86; Mexican, condi-

tions in 1835, iv, 11-15; government, 13-
15; cession of, demanded, 32-33; free
territory, 40; overland journey to, 43-45;
mining camps in 1850, 45-18; slavery
in, 51, 52.

See also Compromise,
Congress, Slavery, Territories, Wilmot

Proviso.
Callava, Don Joseph, COMPLAINT OF AR-

BITRARY GOVERNMENT IN A DEPEND-

ENCY, iii, 483-487.
Callicott, Richard, complaint of the Dutch,

i, 582.
Calvert Papers, i, 252, 274.
Calverts. See Baltimore, Cecil and

Charles,
Calvin, John, PURITAN PRINCIPLES OF

GOVERNMENT, 1, 324-330; Institutes, 330.
Cambridge (England), education in, i, 336.
Cambridge (Mass.), Connecticut colony

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