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Louisiana purchase, 279-283; State
admitted to representation in Con-
gress, 532-534.
Lovejoy, Owen, 452.

Madison, James, 267, 288, 302, 306.
Maine, battleship, destruction of, 598.
Maine, district of, 311; boundary dis-
pute, 361.

Manchester, Earl of, 60.
Manila, 109.

Marbois, F. Barbé, 282.

for refunding, 551-553; Loan act,
436, 437.

Naturalization act, 259-261.

Nature and object of the war, resolution
on, 439, 440.

Navigation act, first, 55-59; second,
72-74; third, 78, 19; of 1696, 90–92.
Neutrality, proclamation of, 243, 244.
Newcastle, Del., 80.

Newcastle, Duke of, 109.

New England confederation, 45-50.
New England Restraining act, 172–176.

Maryland charter, 31-35; Toleration New Haven, Fundamental Articles of,

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Mexican war, act for prosecution of, 371, North Carolina, proclamation appoint-

372.

Mexico, treaty of 1848, 377-382; treaty

of 1853, 394-397.
Milford, Conn., 50, 51.

Militia, act for calling out, 440, 441.
Mississippi, provisional government of,
538, 539; submission of constitution
of, 540, 541.

Missouri compromise, 311-318; Tall-

madge's amendment, 313; Taylor's
amendment, 313, 314; Thomas's
amendment, 314; report of conference
committee, 314, 315; enabling act,
315, 316; constitution, 316, 317;
admission, 317, 318.
Molasses act, 103-105.

Monroe, James, 279, 283; message
enunciating the Monroc doctrine, 318-
320.

Moore, Sir Henry, 141.

Morrill, J. S., 454, 593.

Morton, O. P., 542.

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Paris, treaty of 1763, 109-112; of 1783, | Refunding the national debt, act for,
204-209; of 1898, 602-608.
551-553-

Patent of Providence Plantations, 43- Reid, Whitelaw, 608.

45.

Removal of deposits, 344-353-

Patroons, charter of privileges to, 26-31. Repeal of Silver Purchase act, 595, 596.

Paxton, Charles, 105.

Pendleton, G. H., 576.

Penn, Richard, 188.

Penn, William, 80.

Pennsylvania charter, 80-84.

Pitt, William, Earl of Chatham, 109,

143.

Plumb, P. B., 593.

Political disabilities, act removing, 564.
Polk, J. K., 368, 371.
Popham, Sir John, 1.
Port Royal, N. S., 93, 94.

Portsmouth, N. H., branch bank at,
320.

Portsmouth, R. I., 43.

Proclamation concerning America, royal,
113-116; of rebellion, royal, 188-
190; of neutrality, 243, 244; to South
Carolina, 333-340; declaring block-
ade of Southern ports, 434, 435; of
emancipation, 457-459; of amnesty,
470-472; regarding reconstruction,
482-487; appointing governor for
North Carolina, 491–493.
Providence Plantations, patent, 43-45.
Provisional governments of Virginia,
Texas, and Mississippi, 538, 539.
Public credit, Hamilton's first report on,
233-243; act to strengthen, 539, 540.
Puritans in Maryland, 54.

Quakers in Maryland, 54.

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Report on Lord North's conciliatory
resolution, 184-188; of Hartford
Convention, 293-301.

Resolutions of Stamp Act Congress,

136-139; for admission of Missouri,
317, 318; on nature and object of the
Civil War, 439, 440.

Restoration of Georgia, act for, 553, 554;
of Tennessee, 498, 499.

Resumption of specie payments, 566–
568.

Rhode Island and Providence Planta-
tions, charter, 66-72.

Ríos, E. M., 608.

Rockingham, Lord, 139, 143, 147, 204.
Royal proclamation concerning America,
113-116.

Ruggles, Timothy, 137.
Russell, Jonathan, 293.
Russia, 289, 318; Alaska treaty, 511-

514.
Rutledge, John, 176, 188.

Sandys, Sir Edwin, 9.
San Ildefonso, treaty, 279.
San Juan, P. R., 599.
Say and Sele, Lord, 36, 60.
Saybrook, Conn., 36.
Schenck, R. C., 539, 551.
Scott, Winfield, 463.

Secession, South Carolina ordinance,
423, 424.

Quartering act, 131-136; in New York, Second charter of Virginia, 9-14; of

141.

Quebec, 109.

Queen Anne's war, 93.

thorizing seizure of, 444, 445.

Randolph, Edmund, 243.

Carolina, 76-78; of Massachusetts,
84-90; Civil Rights act, 568, 569;
Navigation act, 72-74; Reconstruction
act, 508-511.

Railroad and telegraph lines, act au- Sedition act, 265–267.

Seven Years' war, 109.

Seward, W. H., 457, 536.

Rebellion, royal proclamation of, 188- Shelburne, Earl of, 141, 147, 204.

190.

Recognition of independence of Cuba,
597, 598.
Reconstruction: Lincoln's plan, 470-
472; proclamation regarding, 482-
487; first act, 500-504; second act,
508-511; third act, 514-518; fourth
act, 529, 530; of Georgia, 542-544.

Shellabarger, Samuel, 560.
Sherman, John, 473, 501, 560, 565, 566,

591.

Sherman, Roger, 190.

Silver dollar, coinage of standard, 573-
575-
Silver Purchase act, 593-595; repeal of,
595, 596.

Slavery, abolition of, in District of
Columbia, 450, 451; in Territories,

452.

Slave trade, abolition of, in District of
Columbia, 394.

Soldiers' families, freedom for, 490.
Somers Islands, 14.

Somers, Sir George, 1.

Sons of Liberty, 139.

South Carolina, ordinance of nullifica-
tion, 329-333; Jackson's proclama-
tion to, 333-340; ordinance of seces-
sion, 423, 424; admitted to represen-
tation in Congress, 532-534.
Southold, Long Island, 50.
Spain, Florida treaty, 306-311; declara-
tion of war, 598, 599; treaty of Paris,
602-608.

Spanish Succession war, 93.
Spaulding, E. G., 446.
Specie circular, 359, 360;
resumption of, 566-568.
Stamford, Conn., 50.
Stamp act, 122-131.

Tenure of Office act, 504-507.
Territories, abolition of slavery in, 452;
elective franchise in, 500.

Texas, joint resolution for annexation,
368-370; Texas and New Mexico
act, 388, 389; provisional govern-
ment, 538, 539; submission of con-
stitution, 540, 541.

Thacher, Oxenbridge, 106.
The Association, 166–171.
Third charter of Virginia, 14–19; Nav-
igation act, 78, 79; Reconstruction
act, 514-518.

Thirteenth amendment, 494.

Thomas, amendment to Missouri bill,
314.

Tilden, S. J., 570.
Tobacco trade, 78.

Toleration act, Maryland, 53-55.
Topeka constitution, 420.

payments, Townshend, Charles, 117; Revenue act,
143-146.

Stamp Act Congress, resolutions, 136-
139.

Standard silver dollar, 573-575-
Stanton, E. M., 518 seq.

State debts, assumption of. See Hamil-

ton.

Treaty of Utrecht, 93-95; of Paris
(1763), 109-112; of 1783, 204-209;
of 1794, 244-258; of 1803, 279-282;
of 1814, 289-293; of 1819, 306-311;
of 1842, 361-368; of 1846, 372-374;
of 1848, 377-382; of 1853, 394-397;
of 1867, 511-514; of 1898, 602-608.
Trist, N. P., 377.

Stevens, Thaddeus, 436, 464, 467, 501, Trumbull, Lyman, 442, 494, 514.

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Taylor, J. W., amendment to Missouri Volunteers, call for 75,000, 433, 434,

bill, 313, 314.

act authorizing employment of, 438.

Tea duties, 150.

Tennessee, restoration of, 498, 499.

Wade, B. F., 414, 499, 500.

"Wade-Davis" bill, 482-487.
War, declaration of, 1812, 288,
declaration of, 1898, 598, 599.
Warwick, Earl of, 36, 43.

Warwick, R. I., 43.

Wilkins, William, 341.
289; Williams, G. H., 504.
Williams, Roger, 43.

Wilmot proviso, 383.

Wilson, Henry, 438, 450, 459, 490.

Washington, George, 109, 176, 216, 243, Wilson, J. F.,

245.

Watertown, Mass., 36.
Wayne, J. M., 321, 322.
Webster, Daniel, 368.
West Florida, 306.
Westminster treaty, 75.
Wethersfield, Conn., 36.
Weymouth, George, 1.
Wheeler, W. A., 570.
White, A. S., 449.
White, E. D., 602.

453.

Wilson, W. L., 595.

Windsor, Conn., 36.

Winthrop, John, 36, 60.
Woodbury, Levi, 360.
Writ of Assistance, 105-109.
Wyandotte constitution, 421.

Yancey, W. L., 383.
Yeardley, Sir George, 20.

York, Duke of, 60, 80; grant to, 74-

76.

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