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Hunticed, 1, D.autographotrait
Lord Howe, solicits votes for her Keese, William L., sketch of Charles Gerry, relating to affairs in Am-
erica, 275, 276; Chief Justice
ton, 278 ; Col. Willet to Frederick
genesis of, 475; first survey for tack on Fort Schuyler, 1777, 284;
relative to the Seminole war, 310;
of Americana at the Metropolitan burg, and capture of Washing houn, on secession, 365; Henry
Clay to Thurlow Weed, relative to
King, Rufus, candidate for the the Presidential nomination of
Beach Lawrence, 447 : Henry Clay
460 ; Timothy Pickering to El-
Kissam, Maj., John, sketch of, bridge Gerry, 460; George Wash-
ington to Elbridge Gerry, 461;
nates Millard Fillmore for Presi Adams to the Council of Mass..
462; Lafayette to Elbridge Gerry,
463 ; Thomas Singleton to William
TAFAYETTE, Marquis de, at L. Stone, relative to the will of
pirate and rebel, noticed, 383, Elbridge Gerry, regretting his Henry Laurens to Lord Gordon,
the Presidency of the U.S., 488,
elected 492 ; assassinated 492."
Livingston, Edward, portrait of,
unsuccessful candidates for thé Livingston, Philip, portrait of, pre-
Livingston, Robert R., prevented
Declaration of Independence, 181.
Lawrence William Beach, Ochre Long Island Sound, w balebcat pri-
Point, and, Esther Gracie Law- vateers in, 1781, I65.
defeats the Seminole Indians ; Ledyard, Captain William, in com 507; population and wealth ot,
the legal language in, 509.
Lee, Gen. Robert E., campaign Lyall, James, four-web loom in-
by, 298 ; portrait and fac-simile of
Letters.-Gen. Greene to Colonel autograph, 299.
for the presidency of the U.S., of Barnabas, Deane & Co., 20, 22, Lafayette at, 282.
Lancey, 73, 75, 163, 170, 172 ; Col. MCCLELLAN,Gen. Geo., sketch
dency of the U. S., 491, defeated
492 ; portrait, 493.
79, 172 ; James Monroe to Gen. McCormick, Cyrus H., the reaper
Benjamin Franklin to Paul Jones, McCosh, James, literature and his-
Huntington collection of Ameri Heron to Maj. De Lancey relative Button Gwinnett, 429.
to negotiations with Gen. Par. McPheadris, Archibald, sketch of,
Heron, agent of Gen. Clinton, MCVicker, J. H., the theater, its
ter from Benjamin Franklin to, Kissam, in regard to William 383.
Heron, 168, 169; Gov. Trumbull Maine, a historical review of litera-
to Washington relative to Conn. ture in, 92 ; early voyages to. 266.
John Jay in regard to Baron meeting, papers on a historical
Gerry, 177 ; Samuel Adams to Joseph Williamson, and Wi-wur
to Elbridge Gerry, 178; George nations, 92.
255; John Adams to Elbridge noticed, 288.
Mamaroneck, N. Y., formerly of New Hampshire Historical Society, the Acadians before their re-
annual meezing, portrait of Na moval, 470; a gentle reminder
December--Soliciting votes in
the country editor, 568; the art of
ment fund, 568.
'CONOR, CHARLES, resolu-
tions on the death of, 91;can-
511 : on the Pacific coast, 512.
didate for the presidency of the
U.S., portrait, 495 ; declines the
Democratic nomination for presi-
dent of U. S., 407.
Ogden, Moses, an emissary of Gen.
history of the Bank of N. Y., 95;
Onderdonk, Isaac, bill of sale o. his
Oneida Historical Society, to dedi-
Washington's telescope at King's
cate the monument to Gen. Herki-
Oregon, first newspaper, 512.
185; Appleton's dictionary of, 382;
Original Documents -- Sir Henry
Clinton's original secret record of
private daily intelligence, 72, 162;
Americana, 550 ballot-box stui-
letters from Alexander Hamilton
to John Jay, 176; Samuel Adams
to Elbridge Gerry, 177 ; Aaron
Burr to Elbridge Gerry, 178 ; let-
ters from John Adams to Elbridge
graphical Society, annual meet-
Gerry, 275, 276 ; letter from Chief
Justice Marshall to George Wash-
ington, 273 ; letter from Gen.
Houston to J. M. Calhoun on se-
session, 365 : letter from Henry
Clay to Thurlow Weed, 410; let-
ters of John Hancock, Timothy
Pickering, George Washington,
and Lafayette to Elbridge Gerry,
462, 463 ; Benjamin Franklin and
John Adams to Council of Mass.,
462 ; letter from Thomas Hutchin.
son to Dr. Lloyd, 462 ; extracts
from the order book of Col. David
Waterbury, 1776, 555.
Oriskany monument, 91, 97.
88; origin and list of the, 182, 282.
I first Church of England minis-
Parkman, Francis, the Acadians be-
onize America ? 113, 354, 473;. York, 87; coins a century ago, 88. Parsons, requests his appointment
August- The past and the pres in the British navy, 164.
ent, 179; Burgoyne's orderly Parsons, Gen. Samuel Holden, ne-
be appointed in the British navy,
September-Orsamus H. Mar 164 ; sketch of, 170.
279; a rare autograph of Thomas try, noticed, 477.
charge, 280 ; the study of history, party, its political history and in:
fluence, noticed, 286.
October - Boston notions, 375; Penhallow, P. W., sketch of Archi-
the Saratoga monument, 375; bald McPheadris, 472.
claims in, 234; the insurrection in
November-A curiosity of the western, 332.
ler, 469; Gen. Gates' will, 469; Pickering, Timothy, letter to El-
bridge Gerry, relative to the Con-
tinental army, 460.
west of the Alleghanies, 508.
convention, 1884, 502 ; tirst news-
paper, 508 ; first steamboat, 509.
Led yard Norton, 564.
of, noticed, 95.
paign against, 1862, 126.
Dare and Robert le Diable, no-
free trade to-day, noticed, 382.
port, noticed, 180.
sermon preached 169, by, relating
County, 89; American Knight-
August -The first English tav-
September-Murillo, his influ-
October-Capt. Pierre Landais,
November - William Moultrie,
378 ; smoke, a poem 378; Colonel Scott, Gen. Winfield, candidate for
presidency of U. S., portrait. 412.
Sewall, Rufus king, Wi-wur-na and
Seymour, Horatio, portrait, 97;
482 ; nominees of the, for Presi the U.S., 493; sketch of, 404; de-
feated for the Presidency, 494.
Shinn, Charles Howard, California's
Page, the first Church of England L. Stone. in regard to the wills of
Smith, Erminnie A., myths of the
376 ; July 4th, 1787, not observe Smith, Green Clay, candidate for
the Presidency of the U.S., 408.
July meeting, paper on the voy lished letter from Chief Justice,
Henry Clay and John Quincy
Smoke, a poem. 378.
nial meeting of the general, 93;
election of officers, 04 : of N. Y.
information of the movements of election of officers, 185.
idential elections, noticed, 478.
early history of Va., 261.
John Brown in the Revolution in 1861, 56.
Stone. William L., tribute to the
Sunnyside, residence of Washington
American politics, 47, 283.
h ouse in Chicago, the property 1 prison at, i&o.
Tariff, the U.S., 1986-1884, H. G.
of Sunnyside, 155.
Texas, cotton' introduced, 1750,
sugar mill in, 507.
ancestry of Thomas Buchanan, troops at, 377,
Tilden, Samuel J., candidate for the
51, 437; formerly called Yerba Todd, Sir Alpheas, memorial notice
Tourgee, Albion W., an appeal to
Tracy, Charles, address at the Ce
tennial of Whitestown, N. Y.,
field of honor, noticed, 575.
commissions to whaleboat pri-
draw the same by Congress, 767
Frederic G. Mather, I-16: view the trouble in the Conn. troops,
Deane & Co., a business firm in
mility at battle of Mass., 377 ; ar:
FORMS, their difficulties and
89; James Van Cortlandt, 89; the
August-Nine partners, 182; blue
September-Nine partners, 282;
October--Murillo, 377; schooner
Tyler, Gov. John, anecdote of, 468 ; W ADSWORTH, Col. Jeremiah, West, significant beginnings out,
letters and times of, noticed, 4z7. V member of the firm of Barna- W. Barrows, 503.
letters and times of, noticed, 477. tion, 18; appointed commissary. tion in, 1794, 332.
Whaleboat privateers, 1781, 164, 165.
Wheeler, Esther Gracie Lawrence,
Whitman, Dr. Marcus, missionary
Whitman Station, Washington Ter-
Wilhelm, Lewis W., Sir George
Willett, Col. Marinus, letter to
attack on Fort Schuyler, 1777,284.
Washington, D. C., in 1861, Charles William and Mary College, Va.,
| Charles F. Richarson, 4I4.
Williamson, Joseph, historical re-
want of provisions, 25; discarded grim Fathers, noticed, 96.
the army under, 1781, 74, 75; reso William Mathews, 92; candidate
the completion of the monument portrait, 405.
posts, 174 ; telescope of, 181 : let treaty at Georgetown, Me., 1717,
Justice Marshall's letter to, on Wyoming Historical and Geological
Pope in 1812, 126 ; map of north 278; at Lyme, Conn., 282; letter paper on Rev. Barnard Page, by
presented to the American
Indians, by Horace Edward
Y Park, discovery of the, 83.
Yerba Buena, former name for San
Francisco, first house in, 504.
473; portrait, 481.
history of Albany, noticed, 574. Orleans, 1730, 513.