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THE ABORIGINES EAST OF THE MISSISSIPPI.

THEIR LANGUAGES.

Cape Breton, p. 393 — LANGUAGES OF THE ABORIGINES, 394 - The Algon-
kin ; Micmacs, Etchemins, 395 — Abenakis, 395 — Pokanokets, 396 · Lenni-

Progress of Anglo-American Colonies, p. 500 — Taxation by Parliament, 500

— Regulation of Charters, 501 - Colonial Manufactures repressed, 502— Par-

liament and Colonial Administration, 503 – Carolina, 503 — Pennsylvania, 503

- Virginia, 503 — New Jersey, 503 — New York, 504 – Massachusetts, 504 –

Policy of Sir Robert Walpole, 505 — The Board of Trade on Colonial Commerce

and such Encroachments, 506 — Proposes a New System of Colonial Admin-

istration, 507 — The Charters in Danger, 508 — Dummer's Defence of the Char-

ters, 508 — Advice of Trenchard, 510 — Flight of Shute to England, 510 — The

Duke of Newcastle, 511 – Opinion of Yorke on the Power of Parliament to tax

the Colonies, 512 – New York Assembly and Periodical Grants, 512 - Burnet

succeeded by Montgomery, 513 — Sir William Keith and a New Plan of Colo-

nial Administration, 513 – Burnet in Boston, 513 — Belcher made Governor of

Massachusetts and New Hampshire, 515 — New York and New Jersey, 516 —

Carolina, 517 — Contest on Laws of Inheritance, 519 — Gee on Colonial Trade,

519 – The Restrictive System, 521 — Discrimination in Favor of Southern Colo-

nies, 522 —Of the Islands against the Continent, 523 — Prohibitory Duties for

the Colonists, 524 - Cosby, 524 — The Press, 525 — Clarke in New York, 526

- Walpole and Colonial Commerce, 527 — The Board of Trade urges Strong

Measures, 528 — Paper Money, 529 – Religion in the Colonies, 532 — Beneficent

Measure of Parliament, 533 — Prosperity of the Colonies, 533 — Immigration,

534 — Berkeley, 535 — Education and the Press, 537 – Benjamin Franklin, 538

-Growth of Liberty, 541.

COLONIAL HISTORY,

CONTINUED.

VOL. II.

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