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relations with New England, 580; church
builder, 587.-See also Dutch, New
Netherland.

Keith, Sir William, A SHORT DISCOURSE
ON THE PRESENT STATE OF THE COL-

ONIES, ii, 138-141.
Kemble, Frances Anne, BOAT, STAGE,
RAILROAD, AND CANAL, iii, 564-567.-
See also Butler, Frances Anne.
Kendall, Amos, ABOLITION MAIL, iii, 619-
622.

Kendall, Edward Augustus, AN UNDER-

GROUND PRISON, iii, 45-48; Travels, 48.
Kennebec River, settlements on, i, 430. -

See also Maine.

Kennedy, Archibald, A CASE OF SMUG-
GLING, ii, 249-250.

Kent Island, question of, i, 257-261.
Kentucky, Daniel Boone in, ii, 383-385.-
See also Virginia Resolutions.
Kettell, Samuel, Specimens of American
Poetry, ii, 467.

Key, Francis Scott, THE STAR-SPANGLED
BANNER, iii, 421-422.

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King. See England, and kings by name.
King, J. A., in peace conference, iv, 205.
King, Rufus, providential escape, ii, 577:
character of, iii, 205; in Federal Conven-
tion, 214, 219.

King Philip's War, i, 458-460.
King's Bench, power over colonies, ii, 149.
Knapp, Frederick Newman, THE SANI-
TARY COMMISSION, iv, 270-273.
Knight, Sarah Kemble, cheerful spirit, ii,
25; A LADY'S TRAVEL IN NEW ENG-
LAND, 224-229; Journal, 229.
Know-Nothing party, scheme of slavehold-
ers, iv, 101-103.

Knox, Henry, letter to Washington, iii,
190; visits the Senate, 265.

Knox, John, THE FALL OF QUEBEC, ii,
369-372; Historical Journal, 372.
Ku-Klux-Klan, iv, 495-497.

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ited by Chastellux, 496; in the South,
607-609; THE FRENCH REVOLUTION,
iii, 303-305.

Lake Champlain, discovery of, i, 125-129.
Lambert, Sir John, in battle of New Orleans,
iii, 425.

Lamberton, George, controversy with the
Dutch, i, 581-582.

Lancaster (Mass.), records, ii, 14.
Land, allotments in Massachusetts, i, 181;
in Maryland, 251; suggestions on grant-
ing, 278-280; grants in Carolina, 283; in
Jersey, 563-566; western, title to, ii, 387-
388, laws, 389, division lines, 390, pro-
ductive value, 390-391, Virginia's claim,
579-582, Maryland's stand, 591-593;
ownership and value, iii, 22-25. - See
also West.

Langdon, John, in Federal Convention, iii,

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Larned, J. M., Annotated Bibliography of
American History, iii, 2, iv, 2.

La Salle, R. C., exploration of the Missis-
sippi, i, 140-144, 542.

Latin-America, relations with, iv, 561-563,
627. See also Chili, Cuba, Mexico,
Monroe Doctrine, Nicaragua Canal,
Panama Congress.

Latrobe, John H. B., FIRST AMERICAN
STEAM RAILROAD, iii, 561-563; The
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, 563.
Laudonnière, René, A FRENCH HUGUE-
NOT COLONY, i, 112-118.

Laurens, Henry, EXPLANATION OF THE
PEACE OF 1782, ii, 623-625.

Lawrence (Kansas), settled, iv, 105; in 1855,
106-108, 114; fortified, 114; threatened,
115; hotel and newspaper declared a
nuisance, 115; sacked, 116-118.-See
also Kansas.

Lawrie, Gawen, AN ACCOUNT OF EAST
JERSEY, i, 569-572.

Laws, value as sources, i, 2, ii, 2, 5; of Vir-
ginia, i, 220; drawn by a minister, 337;
framed in Massachusetts, 381; of Con-
necticut, 487-494; unsettled, ii, 139-140;
English, 149-150; common law of Eng

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land, 203-204.- See also Colonies, Courts,
Government.

Lawson, Deodat, prejudiced, ii, 31; SALEM
WITCHES, 35-40; Christ's Fidelity the
only Shield against Satan's Malignity, 40.
Leavitt, Joshua, L'AMISTAD CASE, iii,
626-629.

Lechford, Thomas, Plain Dealing, or News
from New England, i, 12, 320, 389; AN
ACCOUNT OF THE NEW ENGLAND IN-
DIANS, 318-320; A NOTE OF WHAT
THINGS I MISLIKED IN THE COUNTRY,
388-389.

Lecky, W. E. H., use of printed records, ii,

22.

Le Clercq, Christian, THE FRENCH GOV-
ERNMENT OF CANADA, i, 133-135; First
Establishment of the Faith, 135.
Lecompton constitution, iv, 119-121.
Lee, Charles, Memoirs, ii, 18; captured, 560.
Lee, Fitzhugh, cavalry at Chancellorsville,
iv, 360.

Lee, Lucinda, YOUNG THINGS IN VIR-
GINIA, iii, 27-31; Journal, 31.

Lee, R. B., on seat of government, iii, 270.
Lee, Robert Edward, CAPTURE OF THE
ENGINE-HOUSE, iv, 144-146; CHANCEL-
LORSVILLE, 359–363; at Gettysburg, 372-
373, 376; at the Wilderness, 412-413; at
Spottsylvania, 413-415; Grant's account
of surrender of, 437-440; appearance,
438; terms of surrender, 439-440; satire
on surrender, 443-444.

Lee, Robert Henry, Memoir of Richard

Henry Lee, ii, 19.

Leigh, B. W., in Virginia Constitutional

Convention, iii, 575-576.

Leisler, Jacob, rebellion, i, 544-547.
Lenox Library, i, 8, ii, 10.

Leopard (ship), captures the Chesapeake,
iii, 395-400.

Lescarbot, Marc, THE MYTH OF NOREM-
BEGA, i, 118-121; Nova Francia, 121.
Letter from a Gentleman of the City of New
York, i, 547.

Letters, value as sources, i, 2, ii, 2; lists, ii,
18-21, iii, 11, iv, 9.

Twis, Meriwether, ON THE ROAD TO

ON, iii, 381-384.

Clark Expedition, iii, 384.
conflict at, ii, 546-550.

Libbey, Jeremiah, HOPES AS TO THE PUB-
LIC CREDIT, iii, 255-257.

Libel, question of, ii, 192-199.
Liberator, iii, 595, 597, 633. iv, 397.
Liberty, "Sons of," ii, 420-423.

Liberty Tree, Paine's poem on, ii, 454-
455.

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Libraries, introductions for, i, 1–27, ii, 1-34,
iii, 1-13, iv, 1-10; containing sources, i, 8,
ii, 10; of selected sources, i, 10–15, ii, 14–
21, iii, 9-12, iv, 7-10; valuable catalogues,
i, 16, ii, 22; use of sources by, i, 23, ii, 29;
Franklin's interest, ii, 233-234; free, iv,
659. See also Intellectual Life.
Library of Congress, i, 8, ii, 10.
Lima, Drake's plundering, i, 84-85.
Lincoln, Abraham, Complete Works, iv, 10,
138, 203, 212, 295, 305, 399, 462; A HOUSE
DIVIDED AGAINST ITSELF CANNOT
STAND, 136-138; nomination for presi-
dent, 156-158; enthusiasm over, 158-159;
comments on election, 162–166, 180, 188;
Wigfall on, 174; NO EXTENSION OF
SLAVERY, 202-203; Russell's impressions
of, 287-293; THE SECRETARY AND THE
MASTER, 293-295; SPEECHES ON
LIBERTY, 303-305; McClellan on the
administration, 339-342; Garrison on,
396-397; SLAVERY AND THE UNION,
397-399; criticised by Greeley, 397; on
policy of Civil War and emancipation,
399-401; THE FIRST THEORY, 459–462;
policy followed by Johnson, 471.
Lincoln, Benjamin, SHAYS'S REBELLION,
iii, 191-194.

Liquor, not allowed on the Sabbath, ii, 208;
license, 210; fatal to Indians, 330-331.
Livermore, Mary Ashton, Rising of the
PEOPLE, iv, 221-224; My Story of the
War, 224.

Livingston, R. R., letter to, iii, 363-365.
Local government, colonial, ii, 205-223.—
See also Colonies, Government, Towns.
Local records, as sources, i, 4, ii, 5.
Lodge, H. C., Short History of the Colonies,
i, 26, ii, 34; George Washington, ii, 34, îîi,
13; Alexander Hamilton, ii, 12.
Logan, Dr. George, comment on, iii, 338.
Logan, James, THE SEPARATION
DELAWARE, ii, 72-74.

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London Gazette, CONFLICTING ACCOUNTS

OF LEXINGTON AND CONCORD, ii, 546-
550.
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, THE
CUMBERLAND, iv, 329-330;
Poetical

Works, 330.

Long Island, English claims, i, 167; in 1760,
ii, 89.

Long Island Historical Society, Memoirs,
i, 13, 199, 501, 590.

Longmeadow (Mass.), life in, ii, 455-457.
Longstreet, James, From Manassas to
Appomattox, iv, 9, 376; at second Bull
Run, 345-346; PICKETT'S CHARGE AT
GETTYSBURG, 372-376; demurs at order
for Pickett's charge, 372-374..
Lookout Mountain. - See Chattanooga.
Lords Commissioners for Foreign Planta-

tions, minutes of, i, 8; DEMAND FOR
THE RETURN OF THE MASSACHUSETTS
CHARTER, 387-388; circular inquiries,

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Lords Proprietors (of Carolina), A DEC-
LARATION AND PROPOSEALLS TO ALL
YT WILL PLANT IN CARROLINA, i, 275–
277: THE FUNDAMENTAL CONSTITU-
TIONS ALTERED, 280-282; (of New
Jersey), CONCESSIONS, 563-566.
Lottery, in Maryland, ii, 102.
Louisburg, expedition against, ii, 346–349.
Louisiana, foundation, ii, 4, 312–316; Histori-
cal Collections, 17; Bienville in, 312-313,
315-316; Le Sueur in, 313-315; sale of,
iii, 367-372; objections to annexation of,
373-376; government of, 377-380, iv, 133-
134; admission of, iii, 410-414; western
boundary of, 481. - See also Annexations,
French, New Orleans.

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Lovewell, Captain John, at Pigwacket, ii,
344-346.

Lowell, Abbott Lawrence, AMERICAN EX-
PERIENCE OF COLONIZATION, iv, 591-

594: Colonial Expansion of the United
States, 594.

Lowell, Charles Russell, at Cedar Creek,
iv, 425.

Lowell, James Russell, THE PRESENT
CRISIS, iv, 18-19; Poems, 19; THE
DOUGHFACE'S CREED, 35-38; Biglow
Papers, 38.

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Lowry, Katharine Mullikin, BESIEGED IN
PEKIN, iv, 619-622; A Woman's Diary of
the Siege of Pekin, 622.
Loyalists, in the colonies, ii, 470–480. - See
also Revolution.
Lucas, Eliza, A SOUTH CAROLINA SET-
TLEMENT, ii, 99-100; Journal and Letters,

100, 240; A MODERN WOMAN, 238–240.
Lyell, Charles, Travels, iii, 11, 560, 594;
WORKINGS OF UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE,
558-560; A CHeerful View of Slav-
ERY, 591-594.

Lynchburg (Va.), after the war, iv, 448.
Lyrics of Loyalty, iv, 237, 263.

MAC

ACARTHY, HARRY, The Bonnie Blue
Flag, iv, 279-280.

McCall, George A., Letters from the Fron-
tier, iv, 10.

McClellan, George Brinton, PENINSULAR
CAMPAIGN, iv, 338-342; Own Story, 342;
at Antietam, 349-351.

McClure, A. K., Abraham Lincoln, iv, 9.
McClure's Magazine, iv, 622.
McCrackan, W. D., Huntington Letters, ii,
465, iii, 44.

McCulloch, Hugh, Men and Measures of
Half a Century, iv, 9.

M'Culloch v. Maryland, iii, 450.
MacDonald, William, Select Documents, iii,
8, 12; Select Statutes and other Docu-
ments, iv, 7.

McElroy, William Henry, AN OLD WAR
HORSE, iv, 629–632.

Machiavelli, N., John Wesley on, ii, 285.
McKay, James, in Congress, iii, 625.
M'Kenney, Thomas Lorraine, THE OF-
FICE-HOLDER'S SWORD OF DAMOCLES,
iii, 531-535: Memoirs, 535.

Mackenzie, A. S., Life of Paul Jones, ii, 19.
McKinley, William, message on Cuba, iv,
576-577: DUTY ΤΟ DEPENDENCIES,
604-607.

McLaughlin, A. C., History of the American
People, iii, 4.

Maclay, William, Journal, iii, 10, 12, 262,
269; PROCEEDINGS IN CONGRESS, 257-
262; HOSPITALITY OF THE SENATE TO
PRESIDENT WASHINGTON, 265-269.
McMaster, John Bach, School History of the
United States, ii, 33; History of the Ameri-
can People, iii, 13.
Macon, Nathaniel, OBJECTIONS TO THE
PANAMA CONGRESS, iii, 506-508.
McPherson, Edward, Political History dur-
ing the Rebellion, iv, 7; Political History
during Reconstruction, 7; Hand-Book of
Politics, 7, 489; Political Manual, 481.
Madison, James, southern campaign, ii, 2;
A REVIEW OF THE WAR, 606-609; Letters
and Other Writings, 609, iii, II; HOW THE
STATES TREATED THE CONFEDERA-
TION, iii, 126-130; character, 210; on
election of senators, 212; DEBATES ON
SLAVERY AND THE SLAVE TRADE, 214-
221; THE CLOSING SCENE, 221-228; on
tariff, 263; Hamilton on, 289; LIST OF
FOREIGN RESTRICTIONS OF NEUTRAL
TRADE, 400-403.

Madoc, alleged discovery of America, i, 153.
Magellan Straits, Drake's voyage, i, 82-83.
Magistrates, Calvin's principles, i, 329–330.
Mahan, Alfred Thayer, THE NAVY IN
THE SPANISH WAR, iv, 582-585; Lessons
of the War with Spain, 585.
Maids, sent to Virginia, i, 173.
Maine, Documentary History, i, 160, 430;
John Smith in, 316; settlement of, 428-
430; description of, 430-434. - See also
Massachusetts, New Hampshire.
Maine (ship), destruction of, iv, 574-575.
Maine Historical Society, Collections, i, 430.
Manassas, poem, iv, 313-314; Jackson cap-
tures supplies at, 343.- See also Bull Run.
Manhattan, English statement of claims, i,
166; Dutch settlement, 579-584. — See
also New Netherland, New York.

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st destiny, Thompson on, iv, 16;
on, 548.

v, battle of, iv, 579-581.

Manoa, Ralegh's search for, i, 97.
Manufactures, governmental aid to, iii, 25:
variety of, 53-56; value of, 63; and pro-
tective tariff, 434-436; in Mexico, 490.-
See also Trusts.

Manuscripts, as sources, i, 4, ii, 5, 402, 463,
iv, 34, 125, 276.

March to the sea, Sherman's, iv, 428–432;
strength of Union army, 428; general or-
ders on, 428-429; bummers, 431; satire
on, 440-441.

Margaret, Dutch ship-owner, i, 197-199.
Marietta (O.), settlement of, iii, 102-105;
description of, 460.

Marquette, James, DISCOVERY OF THE
MISSISSIPPI, i, 136–140.

Marshall, Christopher, Diary, ii, 18.
Marshall, John, Life of George Washington,
ii, 20; THE X. Y. Z. CorreSPONDENCE,
iii, 322-326.
Martin,

Alexander, A MANIFESTO
AGAINST THE STATE OF FRANKLIN,
iii, 147-150.

Martin, Charles, THE MONITOR AND THE
MERRIMAC, iv, 330-333.

Martin, Luther, character, iii, 209; in Fed-
eral Convention, 216; A DISSENTIENT'S
NARRATIVE, 228-232.

Martin's Hundred, in Virginia, i, 174.
Martyr, Peter, Decades of the New Worlde,
i, 43.

Maryland, settlement of, i, 247-274: Ar-

chives, 261, ii, 17, 21, 102, 524; Puritans
in, i, 262-267; people in, 267-271; TOL-
ERATION IN MARYLAND, 291-294;
printed records, ii, 6; naturalizing Ger-
mans, 101; land in, ror; ecclesiastical
benefices, 101; Ohio expedition, 102;
governor's house uncompleted, 102;
boundary, 107-109; government, 143;
Revolutionary convention, 519-524: THE
CONFEDERATION INCOMPLETE, 591-
593; signs Articles of Confederation, 604;
constitution of, iii, 121; violates Articles
of Confederation, 127; no currency, 134;
will she secede? iv, 206.- See also
Baltimore.

Maryland Historical Society, Fund-Publica-
tions, i, 252, 274.

Mason, George, PREPARATION FOR THE
CONVENTION, iii, 203-204: character,

210; on election of senators, 212; on
slavery, 217.

Mason, John, in Pequot War, i, 440-444.
Mason, Robert, New Hampshire claims, i,
428.

Mason and Dixon's Line, running of, ii,
107-109. See also Boundaries, Mary-
land, Pennsylvania.

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Massachusetts, records of, i, 5, 12-13, ii, 6;
selection of sources, i, 12-13; purposes
of the Company, 178-182; a paradise,
317; deference to the clergy, 337; annex-
ation of Plymouth, 363-365; early history,
366-396; settlement, 366-371; charter,
367; agreement on government, 371-372;
organization, 373-382; Antinomian con-
troversy, 382-387; question of the charter,
387-388; Lechford's criticism, 388-389;
Child's criticism, 390-392; Ward on
toleration, 393-396; Gorton's criticism,
398-401; claim to New Hampshire, 428;
claim to Maine, 429-431; hope to annex
New Hampshire, 435-438; Pequot War,
439-444; charter transplanted, 445; in
New England Confederation, 447; FIRST
NULLIFICATION OF A FEDERAL ACT,
452-454; exculpatory address, 454-457;
King Philip's War, 459; charter quashed,
462; witches in, ii, 35-48; condition
in 1720, 52; charters defended, 133;
government, 143; town-meetings, 220,
401; Boston life, 240, iii, 31-35; paper
money, ii, 251, 601; earthquake, 261;
newspapers, 262; college life, 266; slavery,
293; Indian wars, 344; Louisburg, 346;
writs of assistance, 374; acts of trade,
415: "Sons of Liberty," 420; Boston
troubles, 429-433; influence in Congress,
434, 442. 525. 537. 539; mobs, 458-
461; war in, 546-554; raises troops, iii,
128; taxes, 132-133; no bills of credit,
135; tumults, 183-194; ratifies the Con-
stitution, 239-242; preaching in, 509-512;
fashionable education, 514-518; anti-
slavery sentiment, 612-614; A PERSONAL-
LIBERTY ACT, iv, 93-96; Acts and
Resolves, 96; enthusiasm in 1861, 221-
224. See also Boston, Maine, New Eng-
land, New Hampshire, Plymouth Colony.
Massachusetts Company, HOW TO ORDER
A COLONY, i, 178-182.

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Massachusetts Gazette, iii, 237.

| Massachusetts Historical Society, Collec-
tions, i, 13, 406, 515, ii, 48, 117; Proceed-
ings, i, 13, ii, 400, 433, iii, 158.
Matamoras, Mexico, iii, 638.
Mather, Cotton, literary importance, i, 4:
Magnalia, 13, 511, ii, 15, 21; CAREER OF
A SELF-MADE MAN, SIR WILLIAM
PHIPPS, i, 507-511; style, ii, 4; SOME
ACCOUNT OF THE EARTHQUAKE THAT
SHOOK NEW-ENGLAND, 261-262; The
Terror of the Lord, 262.

Mather, Increase, in England, i, 363-365;
THE LOSS OF THE MASSACHUSETTS
CHARTER, 462-463; Brief Relation of
the State of New England, 463; Illustri-
ous Providences, 506; A PROTEST
AGAINST A WICKED NEWSPAPER, ii,
262-263.

Mather, Richard, A SHEAF OF SACRED
SONG, i, 472-476.

Maury, Ann, Memoirs of a Huguenot Fam-
ily, ii, 106.

Maury, James, little knowledge of law,
ii, 31; THE PARSON'S OPINION OF THE
PARSON'S CAUSE, 103-106.

Maverick, Samuel, settlement, i, 370; CON-
DITION OF THE NORTHERN PROVINCES,
428-430.

May, John, EARLY DAYS AT MARIETTA,
iii, 102-105; Journal, 105.

May, Samuel J., Recollections of Antislavery
Conflict, iv, 9.
Mayflower compact, i, 344.-
mouth Colony.

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See also Ply-

Mead, Edwin Doak, Old South Leaflets, i,
15, ii, 12, iii, 8.

Meade, G. G., at Fredericksburg, iv, 354.
Megapolensis, John, THE IROQUOIS, i,
525-528.

Meigs, Return Jonathan, Journal, ii, 18.
Membré, Zenobius, LA SALLE'S EXPLORA-
TION OF THE MISSISSIPPI, i, 140–144.
Mercenaries.- See Germans.

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