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Settlements west of the Mountains, 689.

events in harbor of, 1438 ; commissioners of, in Wash,
Seward, Secretary, cheering circular-letter of, 1628 ; ington, 1444 ; action of iegislature of, 1445; the War

speech of, at the close of the war, 1682; attempt to and the people of; appeal of politicians of, 1446.
assassinate, 1687.

thern Confederacy, formation of a, 1450–1453 ; never
Seymour, General Truman, in Florida, 1669.

used a seal, 1452; doings of the, 1454-1456 ; commise
Sharpe, Governor of Maryland, 530.

sioners of, at Washington, 1463 ; meeting of the
Shaw, Colonel, death of; treatment of body of, 1642.

Congress of, 1476 ; action of, 1477.
Sheaffe, General, successor to Brock, 1217 ; in command " Southern Independence Association," 1622.
at York, 1246.

“Southern Presbyterian," utterance of the, 1429.
Sheffield, Lord, political pamphlet of, 1107.

Southern States, disturbance in; “White League"
Shelby, General Isaac, at King's Mountain, 1045 ; leads

Kentucky Volunteers, 1231; joins Harrison, 1244 ; South Meeting-House, assemblage in, 702-704.
honors to, 1245.

South Sea Exploring Expedition, 1350.
Shenandoah Valley, troops in, 1584; stirring events in, Spain, attitude of, 1004; treaty with, 1152 ; trouble with
1584, 1585; forces in, 1057,

1184.
Sheridan, General Philip, in Chickamauga battle, 1636; Spaniards and Englishmen, enmity between the, 289.

menaces Richmond, 1657 ; famous ride of, 1601; Specie Circular," the, 1337,1341.
destructive raid of, 1676 ; at Five Forks, 1679; con- Spencer, Colonel, leads Connecticut troops, 789; Gen-
fronis Lee, 1684.

eral, before Boston, 811.
Sherman, General T, W., on the Southern coasts, 1570. Spinning-wheel, the, woman's weapon, 688.
Sherman, w. T., moves from Memphis with :roops, 1013; Spottsylvania Court-House, battles near, 1656, 1657.

repulsed on the Yazoo River, 1614 ; leads the Army Springheld (New Jersey), battle at, 1051.
of the Tennessee, 1636; in Mississippi ; result of a Spuyt den Duyvel Creek, British flotilla in, 894; redoubt
raid by, 1648 ; commands expedition against Atlanta ; at, 895.
the forces of, 1664; march of, from Atlanta to the sea, Spy of Sir Henry Clinton hanged, 952.

1668 ; march of, through the Carolinas, 1673, 1674- Squanto, capture of, 201.
Shields, General, at Winchester, 1581.

Stamp Act proposed and adopted, 614-616; opposition
Shiloh, battle of, 1565, 1566.

and resistance to the, 616, 624; repeal of the, 6a9;
Ship canal, inter-ocean, proposed, and routes for sur- celebration of the repeal of the, 630.
veyed, 1729.

Stamp-Act Congress, meeting of, 622.
Shirley, Governor William, 129; political position of, Stamp-Tax proposed, 60); opposition to, 611.

506; atrocious proposal of, sir; mission of, to En Standish, Captain Miles, at Plymouth; wooes and loses
gland, 512; leads an expedition to Oswego, 543.

a maiden, 210; chastises the Indians, 373.
Sick and wounded, care of the, 1697:

Stanton, Edwin M., Secretary of War, 1578; the Presi.
Sigel, Colonel Franz, operations of, in Missouri, 1522, dent and, 1708, 1712, 1715, 1718; General Lorenzo
1524.

Thomas and, 1716.
Silver coinage authorized, 1763.

Stanwix, General, on Western frontiers, 561.
Sioux Indians, war with the, 1744-1747.

Star of the West sent to the relief of Fort Sumter :
Sitting Bull, attitude of, 1774.

driven from Charleston Harbor, 1444.
Six Nations, power of the sog; warriors of the, 546; “Star-Spangled Banner," origin of the song of the, 1299
French emissaries among the, 557.

Stark, Major John, exploits of, 564 ; Colonel, leads New
Skenesboro', destruction of property at, 925.

Hampshire troops, 789; General, v.ctory of, near
Slave trade, African, 1320 ; efforts to reopen the, 1402; Bennington, 928.
interference with the, 1403.

"Starving Time," the, in Virginia, 193.
Slaves, first in South Carolina, 287 ; enticed away by the State governments organized, 873.

Spaniards, 289; first introduction of, into Virginia, State supremacy, doctrine of, considered, 912, 1334, 1418,
302 ; emancipation of the, proclaimed, 1611; military 1426; exponent of, 1335.

employment of the, 1622; good conduct of the, 1653. States-General of Holland, action of the, 214.
Slavery, first debate on, in Congress, 1137; warm debates Steam, successful navigation by, 1188.

on, 1324 ; movements against, 1325; agitation of the Steele, General, m Arkansas, 1651.
question of, 1378, 1388, 1390"; status of, in Great Stephens, Alexander H., Vice-President of the Southern
Britain, 1398.

Confederacy, 1452 ; speeches of, 1452, 1456.
Slemmer, Lieutenant A. G., patriotism and courage of, Steuben, Baron de, inspector-general, 981.
1471 ; honors to, 1472.

i Stevens, General Isaac A., death of, 1596.
Slidell, John, and the Slave-trade, 1402 ; captured with Stewart, Colonel (British), at Eutaw Springs, 1081.
Mason, 1539.

Stewart (American), medal awarded to, 1017.
Sloughter, governor of New York, and Leisler, 360. Stewart, Commodore Charles, and the Constitution,
Small, Robert, and the Planter, 1640.

1300
Smith, E. Kirby, invades Kentucky, 1604.

Stirling, Earl of, claim of the, 342.
Smith, John, returns to Englard, 192; career of, in Vir- ! Stirling, Lord, 738 ; surrender of, on Long Island, 878;

ginia, 181-193; explores New England, 200; made in New Jersey. 903.
Admiral of New England, 201.

Stockton, Commodore, on the Pacific coast, 1365.
Smith, Joseph, founder of the Mormons, 1381.

Stodert, Benjamin, first Secretary of the Navy, 1161.
Smith, Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel, at Fort Mifflin, 961- Stone, William governor of Maryland, 437-439.
964; troops of, 1292 ; orders of, 1296.

Stone-fleet," the, at entrance to Charleston Harbor,
Smithsonian Institution, the, 1350.

1534.
Smythe, General Alexander, on Niagara frontier, 1218; | Stone man's cavalry, raids of, 1621. 1676.
folly of, 1230, 1231.

Stonington, defence of, 1289.
Sons of Liberty, in Boston, 645; in New York, 650, 793 ; ' Stono Ferry. battle at, 1012; last blood of the Revolu.
vigilance of, 656.; in North Carolina, 661; in Faneuil

tion shed at, 1093.
Hall, 685.

Stony Creek. battle and events at, 1248.
Somerset Court-House, retreat of Americans to, 911. Stony Point, events at, 1004, 1016, 1017.
Somers, George, Admiral, of Virginia, 190.

Stormont, Lord, contempt of, for American “rebels,"
Sorel, capture of flotilla in the, 817.
Sothel, Seth, Governor, 463 467.

Stoughton, Governor, administration of, 416.
South Carolina, settlers in, 286; commonwealth of, Streight, Colonel A. D., expedition of; escape of, from

founded, 287; first popular Assembly in, 463 ; expe- || Libby Prison, 1634.
dition from, against the Spaniards and Indians, 472; Stricker, General, opposes the British, 1297.
religious persecutions in; repulse of the Spaniards Stringham, Commodore, at Hatteras, 1531.
at Charleston, 473 ; desolation of, by Indians, 474 ; ' Stuart, Colonel J. E. B., 1538 ; raid of, 1589; charge of,
revolution in, 475; becomes a royal province, 470 ;
doings in, 841, 842 ; invasion of, by the British, 1010: Stuyvesant, Peter, governor of New Netherland, 340;
conduct of the British in, 1012 ; action of legislature disputes of, with the Indians and republicans, 3430
of, 1425, 1426; secession convention in, 1430, 4432, 345 ; wrath and stubbornness of, 349, 350 ; goes to
1437; ordinance of secession, 1431; a nationality; Holland, 351; death of, 352.

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Sullivan, General, before Boston, 811; in Canada, 849, | Trenton, Hessians at, 64; battle at; American officers

850; hopes of, 850; driven out of Canada, 851; at, 905; Washington retreats from, 907.
commands on Long Island, 876 ; made prisoner, 878; Triana, de, first discovers land, 49.
in command of Lee's troops, 903 ; at Princeton, 920 Tripartite Treaty, notice of a proposed, 1385, 1386.
on Rhode Island, 995 ; chastises the Indians, 1018, Tripoli, events in harbor of, 1170, 1178.

Trist, Nicholas P., Peace Commissioner, 1371, 1373.
1019.
Sumter, General Thomas, at Rocky Mount, 1041; at Truxton, Commodore, captures L'Insurgente, 1167;

Hanging Rock, 1042; defeated by Tarleton, 1044. conquers La Vengeance, 1168.
* Swamp Angel," the, 1642.

Lyon, Governor William, tyranny of, 659; pride of, 661;
Swedes on the Delaware, 333, 345; subjugation of the, conduct of, in North Carolina, 690,692 ; governor
347.

of New York, 695; takes refuge on a British vessel,
Swedish Colony in America, 269.

836 : author of a plot to murder Washington, 861;

assails N. E, coast towns, 916; raid'of, 1013; on the
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shores of Connecticut, 1014 ; at St. Augustine, 1038.

Turner's Gap, battle at, 1598.
Tadousac, Frenchmen at, 162.

Tuscaloosa and the Spaniards, 97; death of, 100.
Talladega, battle at, 1259.

Tuscaroras in North Carolina ; join the Five Nations, 471.
Tallashatchie, battle at, 1259.

Twiggs, General D. E., betrays his troops, 1462.
Tallmadge, Major, custodian of Major André, 1054 Tyler, John, acting President of the U.S., 1346: political
Talleyrand, M. de, notice of, 1161, 163.

conduct of, 1348; death of, 1353; and the Peace Con
Taney, Chief Justice, extra-judicial opinion of, -397- ference, 1450.
1399.

Tyler, Royal, and Governor Hutchinsun, 685.
Tarleton, Lieutenant-Colonel, perfidy of, commended,

1039 ; defeated at the Cowpens, 1067.
Taxation of the Americans, 607.
* Taxation no Tyranny,” Johnson's essay on, 671.

Uncas, the Mohegan, rebellion of, 250.
Taylor, General Robert B., commands militia at Nor. Underhill, Captain John, exploits of, 249-251.
folk, 1268.

Union, reorganization of the, began President Jobo
Taylor, Zachary, in Florida, 1340; in Texas and Mexico: Union Flag raised at Cambridge, 829.

son's plan of, 1702 ; final restoration of the, ima
1356 ; reintorces Scott in Mexico, 1362 ; elected Presi-
dent of the U.S. ; death of, 1379.

Union League of Philadelphia, proceedings of, 16gon
Tea Act, the, 635, 670; how regarded in America, 687.

Union Pacific Railroad, completion of the, 1387.
Tea, consignees of, 701, 708.

"United Colonies," the first so spoken of, 803.

United States Christian Commission, 1700.
Tea-ships, landing of, opposed, 699.
Tecumtha, conduct of, 1194-1198 ; at Malden, 1205; de-

United States Sanitary Commission, 1700.

United States, the, captures the Macedonian, 1224.
feat of, 1207 ; at Fort Meigs, 1234; in council, 1237 ;
death of, 1244; among the Creek Indians, 1258.

Utah created a Territory, 1380.
Telegraph, electro-magnetic, the, 1783,

Utrecht, treaty of, 428.
Tennessee, guerilla warfare in, 1604.
Tenure of office act, 1711.

V.
Ternay, Admiral, at Newport, 1052.

Valverde, Canby's victory at, 1545-
serry, General A, H., on James Island, 1642 ; captures Valley Forge, American Army at, 965-973 ; treaty with
Fort Fisher, 1674:

France celebrated at, 982.
Test oaths introduced into Maryland, 443.

Van Berkel, letter of, 1035.
Texas, piracy on the coast of, 1321 ; independence of, Van Buren, Martin, President of the U.S., 1340, 1342;

1351 annexation of, 1355 ; action of, for secession, chief events of administration of, 1345.

1427 ; Union troops occupy strong positions in, 1546. Van Dam, Rip, acting governor of New York, 367.
Thanksgiving day proclaimed, 1132.

Van Dorn, General Earl, in Arkansas, 1545; in Tennes.
Thames, battle at the, 1244.
Thayer, Major, at Fort Mifflin. 964.

Van Horn, Xiajor, defeat of, 1206.
Thomas, General Geo. H., victory of, at Mill Spring, Van Ness, General, commands Washington's militia,

2550 ; in Chickamauga battle ; succeeds Rosecrans
in command, 1636 ; in battle on Missionary Ridge, Van Rensselaer, Killian, patroon, 329.
1638 ; defeats the Confederates at Nashville, 1668, Van Rensselaer, Solomon, at Queenstown, 1217.
1609.

Van Rensselaer, Stephen, commands troops, 1215, 1218.
Thomas, General Jolin, at Cambridge, 804, 811; in Can- Van Rensselaer, Manor of, 266.
ada, 849, 8;1.

Van Twiller, Wouter, governor of New Netherland,
Thompson, Jacob, and the Indian Trust Fund, 1443.

329 ; wrath of, 332.
Thomson, Charles, Secretary of Congress, 731, 800; Vane, Sir Henry, 246; governor of Massachusetts, 262;

seconds the vote for Independence, 887; at Mount notice of, 382; execution of 392.
Vernon, 1121.

Vaudreuil, governor of Canada, 534; wins the Indians,
Ticonderoga, French and Indians at, 563; expedition 563; at Montreal, 588, 589.

against, 798 ; American army at, 893; evacuation and Vaughan, General, on the Hudson Viver, 951.
British occupation of, 925.

Vergennes, the, French minister, 888.
Tighlman carries views of Cornwallis's surrender to Con- Vermont, controversy of, with New York, 1139.
gress, 1089.

Verplanck's Point, 1014.
Tingey, Commodore, burns the navy-yard at Washing- Verrazani, John, exploring expeditions of, 104.
ton, 1295

Vicksburg, importance and strength of, 1607; Farragut
Tillottsun, Archbishop, order of, 408.

at, 1608; siege of, begun, 1015; surrender of, to
Tobacco, cultivation oi, in Virginia, 198.

Grant, 1617.
Toleration Act in Maryland, the, 437.

Vigilance committees in South Carolina, 1429.
To-mo-chi-chi and the English, 293, 295; in England, 296. Vincennes, events at, :001.
Tompkins, Daniel D., Vice-President of the U.S., 1318. Virginia, origin of name of, 146; settlers in, 179 : suffer-
Tories, departure of, from Boston, 836 ; embodied by ings in, 183; emigrants in, 187; coiony established in,
Tryon, 914.

199 ; coionization of, 301; introduction of slavery in ;
Toscanelli, sends map to Columbus, 36.

young women sent to, 302; marriages in, 303; edu-
Townshend, Charles, proposes a Stamp Tax, 608; taxa- cation in, 304; new government for, 305 ; sufferings
tion scheme of, 335.

in, 307; people of, attached to monarchy, 312; parlia-
Trades and Plantations, Board of, 419; Lords of, 506. mentary forces in ; Charles, Prince, invited to be king
Treaty of Alliance with France, 978, 979; ratified, 987; of, 313; republicans, and society in, 315; invaded by
terms of the, 889.

Indians, 316; action of Assembly of, 523, 605 ; action
Treaty of Paris, 591.

of, on Boston Port Bill. 718; important events in,
Treaty of Peace with Great Britain, 1093, 1098 ; commis- 790-793; end of royal rule in. 703 ; action of convene

sioners to negotiate a, 1993 ; with Sweden, France, tion of, 838; and the Confederacy. 1464; secession
Spain and Holland, 1098 ; with Mexico, 1375.

convention of, 1478; attached to the Confederacy,

1292.

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ton, 925

1479; bigh-handed measure proposed in, 1480; the Jersey, 990;, rebukes Lee at Monmouth, 992 ;
burden bearer, 1480; invasion of, 1490 ; Western, marches ior the Hudson, 993 : confers with Congress,
political movements in, 1492, 1494; West, State of, 1006; at Morristown, 1049; at Yorktown, 1085-1089;
formed, 1494 ; military events in, 1495; military honors given to, 1090; adopts children of Custis,
movements in, 1618-1621 ; Legislature of, dies from 1091; suppresses sedition at Newburgh, 1097; in
Richmond, 1681.

Northern New York and at Princeton, 1099; Fare.
Virginius, affair of the, 1730.

well Address of, to the army, 1099; parts with his
Volunteers called for, 1596, 1672,

officers, 1102 ; surrenders his commission, 1104;
President of the Society of the Cincinnati, 1105; on
Government, 1109; President of National Conven

tion, 1110; President of the United States, 1115;
Wadsworth, General, at Queenstown, 1217.

journey of, to New York, 1121; reception of, at
Wadsworth, General Ş. S., death of, 1656.

Trenton, 1123; inauguration of; personages at the
Waldron, Major, services and death of, 406.

inauguration of, 1124; tour of, in New England,
Walke, Captain, exploit of, 1561.

1131-1133 ; portraits of, 1133, 1135; quells Whiskey
Walker, Admiral Sir Hovenden, sails for Quebec, 427. Insurrection, 1150; Farewell Address of ; abuse of,
Walker, General, operations of, in Central America, 1389. 1156 ; forged letters of, 1157; made General-in-Chief,
Wallace. Colonel Lew, exploit of, at Romney, 1501; in 1102 ; patriotism of, 1163 ; death of, 1169; honors paid

Northwestern Virginia, 1503; at Fort Donelson, to, 1170.
1554, 1555; at Shiloh,, 1565 ;, saves Cincinnati, 1605; Washington, Martha, at Cambridge, 829; attempt to
detends Baltimore and Washington, 1660,

abduct, 839; at Morristown, 1049; reception of, in
Wallace, Sir James, on the Hudson, 951.

New York, 1124 ; life of, at New York, 1125; at
Walloons in New Netherland, 219.

Mount Vernon, 1126.
Wainman, Sir Fernando, general of Virginia, 190. Washington, Mary, mother of George, death of, 1121.
Wanton, Governor, acts of, concerning the Gaspé, 695. Washington, John, opposes the Indians, 316.
War, preparations for, with Great Britain, 725; rumors Washington, William, at the Cowpens, 1067; wounded

of, at Boston, 727; last battle of the, for Independ- at Eutaw Springs, 1081.
ence, 1101; close of the, for Independence, 1102 ; be- Wasp, the, captures the Frolic, 1223 ; fate of the, 1299.
tween the United States and France, on the ocean, Wauhatchie, battle at; mule charge at, 1637.
1166; declaration of, against Great Britain, 1202; Wayne, General, captures Stony Point, 1016; gold
declaration of, against Mexico, 1360; declaration of, medal awarded to, 1017 ; in Virginia, 1073; holds the
against the Union, 1446.

British in Savannah, 1082 ; expedition of, against the
Ward, Captain J. H., on the Potomac; death of, 1492. Indians, 1142
Ward, General Artemas, at Cambridge, 795, 804, 811; Weatherford, Creek chief, 1258, 1259; Jackson and, 1361.
sends reintorcements to Prescott, 807,

Weather Signal, uses of, 1735.
Wareham, destruction of property at, 1287.

Webb, General, at Fort Edward, 561; conduct of, 566
Warner, Seth, captures Crown Point, 799; at Hubbard- Webster, Daniel, on “ Boston Massacre," 684.

Webster, Noah, on Government, 1109
Warren, Joseph, letter of, 752 ; narrow escape of, 788; Weitzel,' General Godfrey, leads troops in Louisianting

President of Provincial Convention, 789; oration of, 1009; enters Richmond, 1081.
at Boston, 773 ; warns Hancock of danger, 774 ; Weldon Road, operations against the, 1663, 1664.
loyalty of, 800 ; letter of, to Samuel Adams, 803; Wellington, veterans of, sent to Canada, 1272.
death of, 809.

Wells, Captain, killed at Chicago, 1211.
Warren. Mercy, drama of, 623; apologizes for Samuel Wells, Gideon, Secretary of the Navy, action of, 1508.
Adams, 970.

Welsh, John, chairman of Centennial Board of Finance,
Warren, Admiral Sir Peter, 429; scatters a French fleet, 1753.
1163

Wemyss, sent after Sumter, 1046.
Warren, Admiral Sir J. B., reinforces Cockburn, 1267. Wesley, Charles and John in Georgia, 297.
Warren, General G. K., leads Union troops, 1656. West. growth of the Great, 1319.
Warrington, Commodore, honors to, 1301.

West Cambridge, fight at, 788.
Warwick, Earl of, conveys Connecticut Territory to West India Company, Dutch, 217; send settlers to New
Lords Say and Seal, and Brook, 242.

Netherland, 218; notice of the, 328.
Warwick River, conflict at the, 1581.

West Indies, hostile tleets in the, 1002
Washington City in 1800, 1972; threatened, 1291 ; de. Western Virginia, Averill's raid in, 1633.

fenders of, 1292; destruction of property at, 1204– West Jersey, purchaser of; Friends or Quakers settle ia
1299 ; preparations of the Confederates to seize, 1480, l'enn, assignee of, 454.
1482; critical situation of, 1485; rendezvous of Westminster, first blood of the Revolution shed at, 78a.
National troops at; aspect of, 1488 ; swarming with West Point, military academy at, 1203.
Secessionists, 1503 ; danger at; meeting of Congress Weston. colony ot, in Massachusetts, 373.
at, 1504: Lee atteinpts to capture, 1593, 1594 ; inci- Weymouth, Captain George, on the coast of New Engo
dents of a race for, 1632.

land, 157
Washington, George, mission of, to French ports, 517- Wheeler, W'm. A., Vice-President of the U. S., 1769.

521; in command of troops, 522; leads troops to the Whipple, Abraham, and the Gaspé, 697, 698; at Charles
Ohio, 523; leaves the army, 531; with Braddock, ton, 1036.
542 ; loves Mary Phillipse, 552; finds a rival, 553; Whiskey Insurrection, the, 1149.
commands a stockade, 559; captures Fort Du White, Father, influence of, 435.
Quesne; in the Virginia Assembly, 577; appointed " White House," the, 1586; base of supplies at the, 1658.
Commander-in-Chiei of the Continental Armies, 803; i White, John, governor of Virginia colony, 150.
takes command of the army at Cambridge; besieges White, John, attempts of, to found a colony, 376.
Boston, 811; sends troops to Schuyler, 830 ; on Dor- White, Peregrine, birth of, 208.
chester Heights, 834; drives Howe from Boston, White Marsh, Americans encamped at, 964.
835; medal struck in honor of, 836 ; at New York, White Oak Swamp, battle in, 1592.
852; in New York and Philadelphia, 860. 861 ; plot White Plains, battle at, 892.
to murder, 861-863; forces ol, in New York, 875; Whitney's Cotton Gin, 1188, 1776.
the battle on Long Island and, 879; army of, escapes, Wigtail, Senator, exploits of, at Fort Sumter, 1468, 1469
880; holds a council of war, 882; retreats to Harlem Wilderness, battle of the, 15;6.
Heights, 883; holds another council of war, 893; | Wilkes, John, magistrate in London, 671; boldness of,
decides to fortify West Point, 894; at Fort Lee, 893;
fight of army of, across New Jersey, 902 ; victory Wilkinson, General James, and the Indians, 1140; in
of, at Trenton, 005; made a Dictator, 906; at Prince- Mississippi, 1180; notice of, 1204 ; succeeds Dear.
ton, 909; Frederick the Great on; proclamation of; born, 1250 ; ordered to Sackett's Harbor, 1251 ; leaves
at Morristown, 912; moves from Morristown, 920; the Niagara frontier, 1254 ; in command of the Army
treatment of, by Congress, 953, 963 ; seeks General of the North, 1255; expedition of, against Montreal,
Howe, 957 ; on the conspiracy of Gates, 969; memo. 1256; in Northern New York; end of military
rial of, to Congress, y85; pursues Clinton in New career of, 1274

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Willeti, Colonel Marinus, sortie of, from Fort Schuyler, 1 Woodworth, Samuel, poem of, 1288.
1930; mission of, to General Schuyler, 931.

Wool, General John E., at Queenstown, 1917; in Mexico,
William ol Orange, marriage of, 356.

1361 ; efforts of, to save the capitai, 1485, 1486; a
Wilnam and Mary, sovereigns, accession of, 325, 404 Fortress Monroe, 1581, 1583; capture of Norfolk, 154
William and Mary, College of, 304.

Woolsey, Melancthon T, on Lake Champlain, 1237; at
Williams, Colonel Ephraim, tounds a college ; death a, Oswego, 1275;
547.

Wooster, General David, with troops, at Harlem, Soz; at
Williams, General, death of, at Baton Rouge, 1608.

Montreal, 821; commands in Canada, 848 ; offends
Williams, Joh:1, sufferings of family of, 422.

the Roman Catholics, 849; death of, 916.
Williams, Roger, conduct of, 249, 252; at Salem, 257 : Worcester, scenes at, 780

banishaent of, 258; founds a colony, 266 ; honors to Worden. Lieutenant J. L, at Pensacola, 1471; bad treat
26:5; obtains a charter for Rhode Island, 451 ; career ment of, 1472 ; coinmands the " Monitor," 1580
ot, in England, 452.

Wright, General, on the Florida coast, 1571.
Williainsburg, powiler magazine at, 790; battle at, 158a. Wright governor of Georgia, opposition to, 842.
Womington, capture ot, 1074.

Wright's Bluff, capture of, by Marion and Lee, 1075
Wilson, Henry, elected Vice-President of the U.S., 1738. Writs of Assistance, 602.
Wilson's Creek, hight al, 1524.

Wyatt, Governor Sir Francis, 305, 310.
Wilson's Zouaves at Fort Pickens, 1532.

Wyoming Valley, desolation of the, 997-999
Winchester, battle at, 1581, 101.
Winchester, General, at the River Raisin, 1232.

Y.
Winder, General, wars the government of danger, 1292;
at Bradensburg, 1.93.

Yale, Elihu, founds Yale College, sol.
Wingina, king, at Roanoke Island, 145; sickness of, 147. Yancey, W. L., mission of, 1417.
Wingfield, Edward, President of Virginia Council, 181 : Yeardley, Governor George, 198, 310.
conduit of, 182.

Yeamans. Governor Sir John, 285.
Winslow, Edward, befriends Roger Williams, 260. Yeo, Sir James, on Lake Ontario, 1949 : Dear Oswego,
Winslow, Captain John A., destroys the Alabama, 1671. 1275.
Winslow, Captain Josiah, expedition of, 400.

York, Duke of, is presented with New Netherland, 348:
Winthrop, John, message ot, to Governor Van Twiller, new charter to, 354.

242 ; governor of Massachusetts, 379; founds Boston, ) York, Congress meet at. 957.
380.

York (Toronto), surrender of, 1247.
Winthrop, John, governor of Connecticut Territory, Yorktown, siege of, 1981, 1583.

246; in command of an invading army, 406; obtains | Young, Brigham, in Utah, 1382.
a charter for Connecticut, 447.

Young, Colonel G. D., at St. Regis'ı, mang
Winterinoot, house of, in Wyoming Valley, 998.

“Young Pretender," the, 840.
Wisconsin, admission of, 1376.
Wolfe, General James, at Louisburg, 571; before Que.
bec, 585-587

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Women, first European, in Virginia, 189.
Women, work of, in the war, 1500-1511; work in and for Zagonyi, charge of, 1528.
the Centennial Exhibition, 1756.

Zenger, J. P., " Joumal" 0,30; trial of $68.
Wood, General J. T., at Nashville, 1670.

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