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Quakers, two, John Roberts and
suring the Mafachusetts assem-
burgesses, p: 254--the like re-
by governor Tryon, p. 256.
132–Mr. Pitt's design of doing
it, p. 136-the first Britill att
blown up, vol. ix. p. 87. for the purpose of raising a re-
Camden, attacks general Greene, p. 149--it is considered by the
write upon the subject to the
Revolt, the, of the Pennsylvania
the revolters march to Prince-
a member of congress, vol. ii. liver up the British spies and
agents to be executed, and
of part of the Jersey bri-
and united to Providence, vol.
i. p.37-obtain a royal char-
ter, p. 38-the people seize the
solve upon procuring arms and
the American states, vol. ii. p. royal forces pofless themselves
of Rhode Island, vol. ii. P. 359
continent, vol. iii. p. 127-
ton from the command of the der general Sullivan and count
D'Estaing, P: 157-an engage.
British Council against Dutch and of Sullivan's troops, p.
ships and goods, vol. iv. p. 6. 165--they evacuate the island,
vol. iv. p. 22.
vol. i. p: 375:
iii. p. 264
count of the stamp-act, vol. i. Schaick, colonel Van, his expedi-
-the rioters destroy tion against the Indians, vol.
Scheme, one for destroying general
Washington's army at New
Schools, the public, in the Maffae
ii. p. 125.
habitants of Tryon county, vol.
Seal of the United States of Ame-
rica, vol. iv. p. 297.
Secesion, the, of many of the
of war, driven from
the Phænix and Rose go up
North river and return, p. 304,
Slaves, African, first introduced
an English peer, p. 279, Snider, Christopher, killed at Boston,
and buried with the greatest re-
i. p. 167.
Sõuth Carolina congress enter into
relief of the Papists, vol. iii, 81~the governor, lord William
Campbell, diftruftful of his per-
and goes on board a royal floop
and the reasons for it, p. 101
iv. p. 2.
the committee of safety fend colonels Baum and Breyman,
in the northern department, p.
to for the Scotch brigade to
vol. ii. p. 238.
Stewart, lieut. colonel, engages
general Greene at the Eutaw
dons the Eutaw, p. 170.
Americans, p. 268.
of the session of parliament in tish shipping, vol. ii. p. 122.
St. Anguftine, vol. iv. p. 139-
Barre's speech in the debates at Charlestown, p. 141-by
in New York, p. 143.
fuit of commodore Johnstone,
commodore, p. 149-engages
dies, p. 266-engages him
New Hampshire militia in the fourth time, p. 345—the laft
iv. p. 215:
against the British troops, scheme of taxing the colonies re-
p. 109-the British govern-
ceded countries, p. 165—a bill
Sir Peter Parker, vol. ii. p. 282. brought in by Mr. Charles
Townsend, p. 214.
quest the repeal of the Ameri-
board at New York, p. 333—
many of them excessively defici- tain, p. 334—the measures
taken at Boston to induce the
consignees at that place to re-
rive, and are watched, p. 337
the contents of 342 chests of
Terney, admiral de, arrives at
Newport, and is addressed by
the inhabitants, vol. iii. p. 380
dies, vol. ii. P: 253:
tion to Charlotte Ville, p. 402. attack the British at Three Ria
vers, vol. ii. p. 256-is de-
feated and taken, p. 258.
general court, constitution, vol. i. p. 382.
i. p. 2146
iii. p. 493
vol. iv. p. 275.
Trade, the importance of the commands the expedition against
British West India, vol. i. p. Danbury, p. 462—against New-
vol. iii. p. 265.
dition against it, vol. ii. p. 10
between the States General and evacuated by general St. Clair,
vol. iii. p. 226.
ship, strikes to Sir Samuel Hood,
the persons who fell on the 5th Vincent, St. taken by the French,
king Charles I. p. 62—the com-
send some to Boston, vol. i. p. against them, p. 63. They pro-
claim Charles II, king of Eng.
and house of burgefles petition
Atrate to the house of commons,
bitants of the several colonies
The house of bur-
gesses is dissolved for their
London and committed to pri- house of lords and commons;
when the gentlemen who formed
it meet, and enter into a una-
portations, p. 255-the bur-
addressed the king on the sub-
; governor, dissolves the