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disposition of surplus of Chinese passengers in steamships for, IV.

indemnity fund, XIII. 452, 453. 455.
Burns, Anthony, surrender of, III. Campbell, Lewis D., letter to, IV.
457; IV. 189.

357.
Burns, Robert, prediction by, con- Canaan, curse of, not applicable to
cerning America, XII. 154.

Africans, IV. 17; V. 109-111;
Butler, Andrew P., Senator from XIII. 146.

South Carolina, attacks of, an- Canada, termination of reciprocity
swered, III. 371-408; IV. 145-119. treaty with, IX. 178.

Trade of,
Compared to Don Quixote, IV. with United States, IX. 182-184.
144. His hostility to Kansas de- Cobden on annexation of, to United
nounced, IV. 239-242. On the States, XII. 173 et seq.; XIII. 129.
fugitive clause in the Constitu- Invited by Continental Congress
tion, VIII. 151.

to join United Colonies, XIII. 128.
Butler, Benj. F., Gen., care of, for Future union of, with United States
fugitive slaves, VI. 16.

predicted, XIII. 129.
Buxton, Thomas F., course of, in Canal, ship-, at Niagara, X. 475.

moving emancipation, XIII. 479 et Through the Isthmus of Darien,
seg.

X. 500.
Bynkershoek, his definition of war, Canning, George, on fitting out of
I. 15.

On contiscation of property privateers by neutrals, VII. 357.
in war, VII. 36; XIII. 13. On On recognition of new govern-
seizures in neutral waters, IX. 145. ments, VII. 413. On belligerency,
On reprisals, XII. 485.

VII. 453. On untrustworthiness of
slave-masters to legislate for slaves,
XI. 32. Author of Monroe doc-

trine, XII. 165. On Spanish Amer-
C.

ica, XII. 167.

Cape Cod Association of Massachu-
CABINET, the President's, character setts, letter to, III. 433.

of the, in United States, XV. 127. Capital Punishment, Rantoul's efforts
Cabral, José Maria, policy of, in San for abolition of, III. 79. Letter

Domingo, XIV. 107. Career of, against, III. 527.
XIV. 185, 187 et seq.

Capitol, the national, no picture at,
Calhoun, John C., on equality, as of victory over fellow-citizens, IX.

proclaimed in Declaration of Inde- 333. Art in the, X. 540.
pendence, II. 331; X. 234; XIV. Caroline, case of the, IX. 158; XIII.
452. Opposes irregular admission 75.
of Michigan, IV. 228. Influence Carpenter, Matthew H., Senator from
of, V. 193. His opinions on slavery, Wisconsin, reply to his criticisms
V. 194. Opposes a single national on the supplementary civil-rights
name, XII. 231; and a national bill, XIV. 440-461. On the Dec-
government, XII. 242. His opin- laration of Independence, XIV.
ion on powers of Vice-President, as 455. Reply to his imputations on

President of Senate. XII. 306-308. Mr. Sumner's fidelity to the Con-
California, extension of slavery into, stitution. XIV. 461-465.

threatened, II. 300. Testimony to Carpet-baggers, XII. 537.
transportation of slaves to. II. 301. Cars, street, opening of, to colored
Admission of, II. 400. Safety of personis, VIII. 103; XI. 402.

Caste, and prejudice of color, I. 161; | Charity, in slare and free States, V.

VIII. 402; XIV. 398. In United 38.
States, II. 350, 357; VIII. 203 ; X. Charles V., sends expedition against
210; XIII. 37, 133, 145; XIV. 382, Tunis, 1. 404. Sanctions slare-
449.

Defined, II. 350; X. 211; trade in West Indies, I. 406.
XIII. 140; XIV. 449. Negroes Chatham, Lord, on the American
described as a, by foreign writers, war, I. 346 et seq. On withdraw-
II. 351; VIII. 203; XIV. 382. ing British troops from Boston, I.
Testimony to, in India, II. 352- 375. On the Stamp Act, III. 175,
356; VIII. 203; XIII. 114 et seq. ; 365. On authority of judicial de-
XIV. 449 et seq. Powers of Con- cisions, VIII. 382. His instruc-
gress to prohibit, XIII. 31. The tions on violation of Portuguese
successor of slavery, XIII. 37, 133. territory, IX. 160-162.
The question of, XIII. 131. Faith Chesapeake, case of the, IX. 154;
in its disappearance, XIII. 135. In XIII. 74.
Europe and the East, XIII. 140, Cheyenne Indians, massacre of, IX.
141. In India, XIII. 141-145. 198.
Apology for, in United States, Chicago, the great fire at, and our
XIII, 146. Forbidden by a com-

duty, XIV. 313.
mon humanity, XIII. 162. Im- Chief-Justice, the, reasons for requir-

portance of question of, XIII. 181. ing him to preside at impeachment
Cato the Censor, on disposal of of the President, XII. 273-279.
slaves, I. 399.

Presiding in the Senate, cannot
Cattle-plagne, power of Congress to rule or vote, XII. 282.
counteract the, X. 425.

Child, Sir Josiah, XII. 20. Disraeli
Centralism, true, distinguished from on his prediction concerning Amer-

false, XI. 37 ; XII. 244; XIV.281. ica, XII. 21. On New England,
Cerisier, Antoine Marie, XII. 136.

XII. 22 et seq.
John Adams on, XII. 137. His China, our relations with, XII. 502.
writings and predictions concern- Return of Marco Polo from, XII.
ing America, XII. 137-141.

505-507. Results of his travels in,
Cervantes, a slave in Algiers, I. 391,

XII. 507 et seq.

Convention of
416, 420, 421, 476. Efforts of, 1838 with, and payment of claims
against slavery, I. 391. On slav- on, XIII. 445–450.

Religion of,
ery, I. 421. His “Life in Algiers" XIII. 487.
quoted, I. 470-472.

Chinese, advantages of their immi-
Chambrun, Marquis de, defended, gration to United States, XIII. 183.
XV. 9-11.

Naturalization of, defended, XIII.
Champagne, Philippe de, engraved 482-489.
portrait of, XIV. 314; authorities Chinese Embassy, the, XII. 502.
on same, XIV. 344.

Chinese Indemnity Fund, XIII. 445.
Channing, William Ellery, tribute Propositions with regard to surplus

to, as philanthropist, in Phi Beta of, XIII. 450-457; same not de-
Kappa oration, I. 281-298. His clined by China, XIII. 457-459;
labors for liberty compared to Mil-

duty of United States as to same,
ton's, I. 292. On the true object

XIII. 460-163.
of life, II. 29. On Whig and Chivalry, pretension of slave-masters
Democratic parties, II. 160.

to, refuted, IX. 99-110. Defined
Chaplains, military, II. 209.

by Kenelm Digby, IX, 110.

Choate, Rufus, on Whig views of tired army officers from, XIII. 381.

slavery, II. 159. On the Declara- The initial point of reform in, XIV.
tion of Independence, XIV. 453. 320, 326; XV. 161, 220.
Choiseul, Claude, Duc de, career of, Civil War, Livy on, I. 9. Roman

XII. 71-76. His predictions con- opinions of, II. 38 (see illustrations,

cerning America, XII. 73–75. 51-5+), 275. Uninvited mediation
Cholera from abroad, power of Con- in, not allowable, VII. 375, 411.

gress to provide against, X. 435. Claflin, Williain, letter to, V. 450.
Christianity, opposed to war, I. 54, Candidate for Governor of Massa-

58. The religion of progress, II. chusetts in 1870, XIV. 2.
99; and of equality, II. 333. Does Claims, on France for spoliations of
not sanction slavery, IV. 19.

American commerce, VIII. 214;
Church, the, its attitude in relation objections to same answered, VIII.

to war, I. 54, 58. Its early testi- 217-253, 306–332; origin and his-
mony against war, I. 59.

Doctrine tory of same, VIII. 255-270; com-
of millennium in the, II. 98. Cor. pensation for same, VIII. 332;
demns trial by battle, II. 194. In value of same, VIII. 336–340.
America, early opposed to slavery, Authorities on compensation for,
III. 119-121; V. 201; IX. 283-286. VIII. 311. Of citizens in rebel
Testimony of, against slavery, States, XIII. 10. For losses by
VIII. 376; IX. 308.

war, instances of payment of, XIII.
Cicero, on war, I. 56 (see note). On 19-22, 25-28. Of loyalists after

patriotism, I. 68 (see note). His Revolution, XIII. 23; motives of
opinions on glory, II. 13. 18-22. Parliament in allowing same in
On unjust laws, III. 192; VIII. 381. part, XIII. 24. On England, XIII.
On a commonwealth, VII. 432 et 53, 124; XV. 12. On China, con-
seq. His definition of law, VII. vention for, and payment of, XIII.

435. On government, X. 145. 445-450.
Cities, evil influence of commercial Clarkson, Thos., beginning of his ca-
spirit in, III. 247.

reer, II. 48. His account of Lafay-
Civil Rights, protection of, X. 271. ette's opinions of slavery, II. 58.

Johnson's veto of bill for, X. 276- | Classical Studies, I. 253.
279. The same as political rights, Classics, the, I. 253–255.
XI. 35. Sufferings from denial of Clay, Henry, on claims for French
equality in, XIV. 374. Sources of spoliations, VIII. 301.
Congressional power to grant, term for the President, XIV. 323;
XIV. 381-386. 424-436, 438.

XV. 158, 221.
Civil-Rights Bill, supplementary, Clemency, to political offenders, III.

speeches on, XIV. 355. Necessity 11. And common-sense, IX. 503.
of, XIV. 383, 387, 418; XV. 203, To Rebels, limitations on, IX. 537–
267, 305. Immediate action on, 544.
urged, XV. 286, 30+307. Not de Clergy, of New England, protest of,
clared unconstitutional by Supreme acainst Nebraska Bill, III. 336.
Court, XV. 287, 289. Last appeal Their early influence for liberty,
for, XV. 301. History of, XV. HII. 340. Defence of their right to
301-304. Jury provision of, dis- protest, III. 347. Exemption of,
cussed, XV. 307–310.

from conscription, VII. 303.
Civil Service, reform in the, VIII. Coal, cheap, XI. 91. Tax on, op

452; XV. 8. No exclusion of re- pressive to New England, XI. 92.

On one
et seq.

ery, IV. 20.

Cobbett, William, sketch of, I. 190– XIV. 402. Prejudice of, illustrated

194. On Thos. Paine, I. 195. In- by judicial decisions in Ohio, XIV.
dustry of, described by himself, I. 404. See Caste.
195–198. Compared to Scott, I. Colorado, objections to admission of,
198. On amount of sleep required, as a State, X. 346–373. Require-
I. 202.

ment of enabling Act for, X. 318,
Cobden, Richard, advocates arbitra- 358. Constitution of, quoted, X.

tion, II. 257. Letter on, IX. 498. 349; evidence of its denial of
His character and labors, XII. 172. rights to colored persons, X. 364
His prediction concerning Amer-
ica, XII. 173 et seq.; XIII. 129. Colored Citizens, passports for, V. 497.
On American losses in Rebellion, Right and duty of, in organization
caused by England, XIII. 77, 78, of government, IX. 363, 430. Hope
80.

On penny postage, XIII. 403. and encouragement for, IX. 306;
Coke, Lord, ou arrangement of time, XI. 42. Advice to, IX. 430; XV.

I. 200. On surrender of fugitives, 68, 203 et seq. Eligibility of, to
VIII. 145. On the laws of Par- Congress, XII. 439. Other rights
liament, XII. 289.

and duties of, XIV. 316. Letter
Coleridge, on Christianity and slas- to, on Presidential election of 1872,

XV. 173. Equal rights of, in nor-
Coles, Edward, letter to, III. 83. mal schools, XV. 268.
Collamer, Jacob, Senator from Ver- Colored Persons, refusal to, of right

mont, speech on death of, X. 38. of petition, V. 176. Free, are citi-
Colonies, British, of North America, zens of United States, V. 179; pre-

elements of nationality in, XII. 206 cedents and illustrations proving
et seq. ; efforts for union among same, V. 179-181. Services of, in
same, XII. 207-211. Tend towards American wars, V. 183; VII. 213
independence, XIII. 119. Of North et stq., 467; X. 287. Petitions
America, postal service in, XIII. from, formerly presented, V. 186.
396-398.

Testimony of, in District of Co-
Colonization for freedinen, IX. 466. lumbia, VI. 442; in proceedings
Color, caste and prejudice of, I. 161; for confiscation and emancipation,

VIII. 402; XIV. 398. Prejudice VI. 502, — and in U.S.courts, VII.
of, peculiar to America, I. 161; II. 152; VIII. 176; IX. 39. Should
375. Removal of disqualification enlist, VII. 325. Reënslavement
of, in carrying mails, VI. 385. of, threatened, VII. 543-545.
Exclusion of witnesses on account Opening of street-cars to, VIII.
of, VIII. 176. Not a qualitication 103; XI. 402. Testimony of
for the franchise, X. 214, 307–309; American States and European
XII. 430-433; XIII. 40. Distinc- countries to rights of, before 1789,
tion of, not recognized by the Con- IX. 276–309. Impartial jurors for,
stitution, XII. 431; XIII. 42, 489; X. 10. Equal rights of, to he pro-
XIV. 401, - or by Declaration of tected by national courts, X. 16.
Independence, XII. 431; XIII. 43, Madison on rights of, X. 181 et seq.
482, 489; XIV. 401: same must Their rights as freemen not violated
be expressly authorized in order by fathers of the Republic, X. 196
to exist, XIV. 402. No distinction et seq., 328. Opinion of Attorney-
of, recognized by common law, as General declaring them citizens of
declared by Chief-Justice Holt, United States, X. 278, 368. Should

V. 36 et seq.

be chosen on boards of registration 184; XIII. 51, 101. A constitutional
in rebel States, XI. 400. Opening amendment not proper to secure,
of offices to, in District of Colum- XI. 357; XIII. 49-51. Mr. Sum-
bia, XI. 414. Entitled to all the ner's personal record on, XIII. 303.
rights of American citizenship, Colored Troops, employment of, VII.
XIV. 407. Testimony of, to ne- 202; VIII. 385. Equal pay of,
cessity of national legislation for VIII. 81. Gov. Andrew on pay
equal civil rights, XIV. 414, 417– and enlistment of, VIII. 96 et seq.
421, 431-135, 436-438. Their Opinion of Attorney-General on
rights sacriticed, XIV. 471. Ret. enlistment of, VIII. 101 et seq.
rospect and proinise for, XV. 202. Freedom of wives and children of,
See Civil Rights, Colored Citizens, IX. 193.
Equal Rights, Freedmen, and Colors, regimental, no names of vic-
Slares.

tories over fellow-citizens on, VI.
Colored Race, justice to the, IX. 432. 499; XV. 255.
Self-sacritice for, IX. 493.

Combe, George, opinions of, on Penn-
Colored Schools, closing of, in North sylvania system of prison disci-

Carolina, VII. 112. In Washing- pline, I. 508-510.
ton, XIV. 153.

See Separate Commerce, in slave and free States,
Schools.
Colored Senators, predicted, XI. 400, Commercial Relations, suspension of,

403. Importance of, in settling an act of war, XII. 483.
question of equal rights, XII. 441; Committee on Foreign Relations, re-

XIII. 337. The first one, XIII. 336. ports of, on San Juan boundary
Colored Suffrage, at adoption of the question, V. 481; on draught of

Constitution, V. 179-181; IX. 279. convention with Mexico, VI. 365;
Judicial decision

on,

in North Caro- on claims on France for spolia-
lina, V. 180; VIII. 461; IX. 279; tions of commerce, VIII. 244; and
X. 191. In Montana, VIII. 236. on Chinese indemnity fund, XIII.
In Washington, VIII. 458. No 445. President Grant's endeavor
Reconstruction without, IX. 311. to change the, XIV. 121.
Necessity of, in Rebel States, IX. Common Law, I. 270. Its relation
42+428, 430, 457, 459 et seq., 472; to enlistments by minors in United
X. 129-136, 219-227; XI. 30, 50; States, I. 371.

On the pardoning
XII. 531 et seq.

In District of power, III. 54. Favors liberty, III.
Columbia, X. 5; XI. 49. Sources 112, 188 (see note); V. 113; VIII.
of Congressional power to grant, X. 123 et seq. In America, III. 162.
124, 211-213, 215-219, 321-335; May be employed to interpret the
XI. 35 et seq., 358–360, 410 et seq. ;

Constitution, III. 162; VII. 171;
XIII. 43-49, 101, 333. Alexander X. 383; XII. 281. Requires trial
Hamilton on, X. 183 et seq., 329;

by jury for recovery of escaped
XII. 435; XIII. 45. Early public villeins, III. 163; VIII. 155,
acts of United States on, X. 188- thorities proving same, III. 163–
190; and of individual States, X. 167; VIII. 156. Recognizes no
190-194. Testimony to need of, in distinction of color, according to
rebel States, X. 344; requirement Chief-Justice Holt, XIV. 402.
of, in same, XI. 109. Should be Common Schools, equal rights in, II.
prescribed throughout U. S. by Act 327; XIV. 155, 310, 317, 318, 393–
of Congress, XI. 356, 409; XII. 396, 413; XV. 275. Rights of col-

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