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Military Operations in Eastern Maine and Nova Scotia during the Revo

lution; chiefly compiled from the Journals and Letters of Col. John Allan. With Notes and a Memoir of Col. John Allan. By FREDERIC KIDDER. Albany: Joel Munsell, 1867. 8vo. pp. 336. Little has heretofore been known of the military operations, during the Revolutionary war, in the eastern section of our country, and the importance of those operations has hardly been suspected. To most of the readers of this book, it will be matter of surprise that documents like these have so long been overlooked. The master spirit of these operations was Col. John Allan. Had it not been for his forethought, perseverance and self-denial, it is not unlikely that the Penobscot or some more western line would now be the boundary between the United States and New Brunswick. It was his exertions that attached the great majority of the Passamaquoddy and St. John Indians to the cause of the revolted colonies, and prevented them from yielding to the offers of our enemies. Had they joined the British, they could have devastated our more eastern settlements; and the country having been taken possession of by the English forces, could never have been recovered by us.

The greater portion of the documents here given are comprised within four years, from 1775 to 1778, though some bear date twenty years later. Nearly all of them are by the actors in the events themselves, and most of them are by Col. Allan. His Journal, extending from May 11, 1777, to Jan. 28, 1778, gives a minute diary of his proceedings during those eight months and a half.

A large map, compiled by Mr. Kidder, shows the country between the Penobscot and St. John rivers, and “ delineates most of the localities referred to by Col. Allan, particularly the route passed over by him and his Indian tribe in the retreat from Aukpaque to Machias, as detailed in his journal."

The volume bears evidences of untiring industry on the part of the compiler, who has been several years in collecting the materials. It is certainly a valuable addition to the history of our revolution. It also contains much original matter relating to the history of the four remaining tribes of Indians who still inhabit Maine, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. We believe that it will be welcomed by every lover of original American history, and that it will be admitted to deserve a place in every good library.

The book has an excellent index, filling sixteen closely printed pages, which we do not hesitate to recommend as a model for such compilations. It was prepared by Rev. John A. Vinton, of South Boston, who has had much experience in this kind of labor.

The edition, we understand, is a small one, and those who desire the work should secure it early.

Sawin : Summary Notes concerning John Sawin, and his Posterity.

By Thomas E. Sawin. Wendell : published by the Author. Athol Depot: Rufus Putnam, Printer. 1867. pp. 48.

An honest and painstaking attempt to trace the genealogies of the Sawins in America. More than 1300 names are recorded, yet the author supposes that twice that number still remain to be obtained. Incomplete, however, as the work of necessity is, it bears on every page the marks of that indefatigable antiquarian research and faithfulness, which those only who have devoted the best hours of their lives to genealogical studies can appreciate. We heartily thank Mr. Sawin for this contribution to the history of our New England families, and hope that some member of the Sawin race will accept the offer in the preface, and complete the investigations which the author has thus far, at the expense of so much time and labor, generously made.

Faith White's Letter Book, 1620-1623. Plymouth, New England.

Boston: Henry Hoyt. 1866.

This book is written in a lively and agreeable style, and is remarkably well printed, thus doing credit to the excellent house from which it emanates. Had the author, however, studied Morton, Prince, Winthrop and others a little more carefully, we should have had greater veri-similitude and fewer anachronisms in the work. But whatever we may think of the history, the moral is excellent. We hope the author will read “ Mary Powell,”: “ Margaret Smith's Journal," “ Lady Huntington and her Friends," the “ Amber Witch," and then“ try again."

VOL. XXI.

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The Hopes of Hope Castle, or the Times of Knox and Queen Mary

Stuart By Mrs. S. T. Martyn. American Tract Society, 150 Nassau Street, New York. pp. 359.

A well-written, well-printed book-portraying some of the celebrated characters of the eventful times of the great Scottish Reformer, and conveying a most salutary lesson as to the power of simple trust and hope in God. Mrs. Martyn seems to have studied well the period which she describes, and her pictures in the main are drawn with historic verity. Mr. N. P. Kemp is the agent for the above named Society's publications in this city.

History of the City of Elgin [Illinois] : its scenery, residences, churches,

schools, business blocks, manufactories, banking institutions, trade, &c. &c. From the Chicago Republican, March 16, 1867. Chicago: 1867. 8vo. pp. 41. We have been much interested in this pamphlet. The reading of it brings up personal reminiscences. Thirty-two years ago, in the month of August, anno domini 1835, we were standing at the steamboat landing in Cleveland, Ohio, a beautiful town, situated on Lake Erie, and then and there saw them freighting a steamboat for Chicago, at that time an infant settlement of a few hundred inhabitants. The influx of people to that now famous city was so sudden and so great that it was feared unless an immediate supply of food, or its materials, was secured, there would be danger of starvation there. The steamer, therefore, was being loaded with barrels of flour, at fourteen dollars per barrel, with other provisions to supply the pressing wants of a people who are now 80 multiplied that their exports are sufficient to furnish a large part of the world with the staff of life. In that very year, Elgin, now a city of some 5000 inhabitants, was founded. James T. Gifford, from Yates County, N. Y., with his younger brother, Hezekiah, still a respected citizen of Elgin, on the 16th of April, 1835, ** stuck their stakes and made their claims." The country had not been surveyed, and the Indians were still possessors of the soil. There were feeble settlements, then, at what is now Batavia, Napiersville, Dixon and Galena. Mrs. Hezekiah Gifford, now living, was for six weeks the only white woman in Elgin. The Giffords were soon joined by their brothers, Asa and Abel, and other settlers ; among them the Kimballs, from New flampshire, arrived. Events follow; the first birth, the first marriage, the first death occurs. On the two former occasions the entire population are joyous, at the latter the whole settlement are mourners. The first school teacher, the first minister, the first lawyer, the first doctor, the first blacksmith, the first harness maker, and so on, are noted. In 1839, the charter for the Elgin Academy was obtained ; the old brick school-house was erected in 1847. Robert Blenkiron, a graduate of Cambridge, England, became the first principal of the Academy. The first printing press was established there in 1815. The manufacturing interests early engaged their attention, and for some time prior to 1815, Elgin was the third manufacturing town in the State of Illinois. In 1837, Hezekiah Gifford planted the first apple tree, and in 1840, at an agricultural fair, took the first premium for apples, no competitor, it is said, having appeared against him. The facilities of railroad communication to the different points were effected, which added to the growth of the town, so that its progress has been rapid, and it is now a place of much importance. The great wonder of the West, the National Watch Company's manufactory, is here established. A minute account of its operations and its mechanism is given in the pamphlet before us. It is an offshoot from the American Watch Company at Waltham, Mass., but with works, according to the description, much improved. They are quite extensive. The “ National Watch” is claimed, by its friends, to have, in itself, superior improvements over every other time-keeper in the world, At Elgin, also, is the Milk Condensing Company, a great establishment, where the process, also, of condensing coffee, and the extract of beef, is carried on largely. The manufacture of jellies from all kinds of fruit is soon to be an important branch of their operations. The North-western Chemical Works, the Butt Company, and other establishments are actively engaged, and are doing a thriving business.

In closing this already protracted notice, we would just refer to the cemetery, where one of our respected correspondents," Mr. J. B. Newcomb, the city sexton, has been to the pains of locating the resting place of nearly every person interred there, and has prepared a survey of the grounds, and an expensive original register, from which, were every monument and mark obliterated, it would be easy to locate every grave."

INDEX OF NAMES.

378, 381' 41, 281. Ainson, 9

Ada

Beiden,'23; 48, 50, 208. 380 Bolter, 3507

Archer, 278
Bartol, 281, 369

Bland, 316
Aarts, 128
Armitage, 36
Bascom, 215, 276

Blaney, 277, 278
Abbott, 3, 37, 72, 78, 199, Armstrong, 42, 255, 286 Bassett, 226, 228, 347 Blepkiron, 390
285, 386, 388

Arnold, 107, 202, 265, 376 Batchelder, 1, 186, 293 Blessing, 15
Abercrombie, 8
Arthur, 285

Bateman, 34, 354, 355 Bliffins, 66
Abercromby, 143, 144 Ashburton (Lord), 10 Bates, 178, 196, 242, 245, Bliss, 38, 196
Ackermans, 130

Ashley, 157, 160, 342, 368 261, 336, 338, 370 Blomefield, 12
Adams. 9. 37. 44. 55. 60. Ashmun. 196

Battell, 192, 193, 381 Blood, 372, 373, 374,387
78, 99, 105, 112, 113, Atherton, 380

Battles, 295

Blue Jacket, 339
1203, 1204, 147, 148, 150, Atkinson, 9

Baty, 215

Blunt, 79, 191
151, 183, 194, 241, 281, Atwood, 78

Baxter, 45-47, 59

Blyth, 367
Auchmuty, 286
Bayley, 295

Bodwell, 321
Adcock, 35
Audley, 31

Baylies, 39, 246-248 Boen, 277
Addison, 6
Augustus, 367
Beadle, 278

Boesy, 131
Ager, 127
Austin, 132, 140, 147, 156, Beal, 278

Bogardus, 386
Agricola, 7

234, 286, 370
Beard, 134, 140

Boies, 353
Aiken, 183, 266, 285 Avery, 70, 71, 175, 212,387 Becord, 82'

Bointon, 229
Ainsworth, 205, 206 Axtell, 60, 351

Beeby, 251

Bolsugler, 78
Akerman, 285

Beecher, 318
Akins, 350

B

Belcher, 46, 48, 50, 208, 380 Bolton, 226
Albert' (Prince), 101 Babbett, 257

Belden, 232, 235, 236 Boltwood, 37, 317-319
Albro, 66, 154, 183 Babcock, 243

Belknap, 85, 134, 140, 224, Bonaparte, 374
Alden, 63, 78, 160, 207, Babson, 259, 263, 264, 274, 381

Bond, 89-91, 199, 251, 270,
225, 227, 228, 295, 342, 317

Bell, 1202, 1205, 181, 204 377
347-349, 381
Baccigalonpi, 78
Bellamont (Lord), 363

Bonnet, 367
Aldrich, 228, 281
Bache, 286
Bellingham, 86

Boone, 381
Aldridge, 380
Bachelder, 186
Bellows, 199

Booth, 63, 64, 160, 175,
Alexander, 374
Bacon, 5, 214, 279, 369-371 Bemis, 199

254, 255, 257, 347
Alger, 150, 228, 328, 347 Bailey, 14, 87, 95, 338 Benedict, 185, 385 Borden, 65, 347
Alison, 369

Baker, 26-29, 32-34, 62, Benham, 166, 191, 331, 336 Boscawen, 253
Allan, 389
1205, 1209, 233, 373 Benjamin, 367

Boswell, 5
Allen, 22, 39, 45, 46, 69, Balch, 249, 289

Bennett, 44,74,177, 226, 319 Botts, 115, 280
72, 116, 132, 136, 141, Balcom, 370

Benson, 227

Boulter, 84
198–201, 208, 225, 226. Baldwin, 41, 64, 256 Bent, 90

Bourne, 215, 371, 375
233, 239, 245, 252, 265, Ball, 78

Bentley, 188

Bouton, 86, 143
267, 268, 274, 276, 281, Ballard, 43, 248

Benton, 349

Boutwell, 37, 1209, 282
295, 347, 367, 368, 381, Ballou, 281, 290

Bergenroth, 386

Bowditch, 149, 278
382
Ballowe, 364
Berrien, 12

Bowdoin, 60, 186, 209
Allerton, 353
Baltimore (Lord), 367 Berry, 214

Bowen, 42, 66, 67, 382
Allibone, 197, 289 Bancroft, 280, 376

Beza, 376

Bower, 213
Allyn, 216
Bangs, 213
Bickford, 74

Bowes, 382
Alofsen, 204
Bantam, 370
Bicknell, 295

Bowles, 14, 74
Alsop, 197, 378
Barber, 19, 60, 75, 130, 226, Biddle, 371, 386

Bowman, 199, 244, 368
Alvord, 197, 351
227, 239-242, 246–219, Bierne, 76

Boyd, 198, 351
Amee, 183

270, 317-321, 326, 327' Bigelow, 78, 104, 1209, 183, Boyle, 42, 382
Ames, 5, 78, 188, 189, 200, Barbour, 71

199, 251, 295, 372 Boylston, 146, 199
225-228
Barclay, 381
Biglow, 248, 321

Boynton, 229, 285
Amherst, 253
Barden, 226

B II, 91, 211, 212, 385, 386 Bracket, 132, 138, 380
Amory, 44
Barentse, 130

Billings, 232, 234, 2 Bradbury, 92, 204, 261
A nawasanauk, 380 Barker, 265, 298, 379 Billington, 347

Braddock, 252, 254
Anderson, 285
Barlow, 255
Bingham, 6, 381

Bradford, 60, 70, 148, 209,
Andrew, 73, 91,
Barnaby, 67, 371
Binney, 91, 287

246, 251, 328, 387
199, 200, 204
Barnard, 199
Bird, 271

Bradlee, 78, 106, 107, 285,
Andrews, 44, 276, 277, 308, Barnes, 300, 355

Bishop, 178, 180, 181, 303 370, 384
310, 334, 388
Barnicoat, 183
Bissell, 176, 387

Bradley, 234, 373
Andros, 145, 358, 359 Barrett, 43

Bixby, 20, 213, 220 Bra tridge, 367
Andross, 371
Barrows, 84
Black, 377

Bradstreet, 328
Angell, 284
Barry, 19, 74, 79, 218, 319, Blackburn, 208

Bragdon, 377
Angier, 295

355, 387
Blackman, 271

Bragy, 65
Apne (Queen), 92 Barstow, 199, 369

Blackstone, 5

Bragshael, 131
Anthon, 369
Bartell, 278
Blagden, 71, 150

Braman, 248
Anthony, 66,
Bartholomew, 16

Blake, 99, 124, 163, 164, Brand, 217
Apes, 329

Bartlett, 65, 75, 156, 232, 245, 270, 271, 275, 286, Branker, 331
Appleton, 8, 91, 107, 1202, 241, 244, 282, 286, 328, 292-294, 366, 381 Bratt, 129, 130
172, 177, 183, 184, 200, 368, 371

Blanch, 277

Brattle, 209, 353
204, 209, 250, 251, 282, Bartley, 303

Blanchard, 73, 102, 234, Bray, 51, 52, 53
Bartol, 72
| 285, 381

Breck, 235, 284, 318

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Brent, 28
Caldwell, 281

Choate, 10, 11, 1203, 251 Coomes, 277
Brett, 226, 228
Calef, 91, 176

Christionsen, 128, 130 Cooper, 11, 24, 44, 60, 120,3
Brew, 367
Calhoun, 9, 194, 288 Church, 60, 342

146, 172, 173
Brewer, 1, 207
Callender, 181
Churchill, 1208

Copland, 368
Brewster, 286, 387 Callecott, 274-276, 338 Cicero, 4, 6,7

Copley, 208, 387
Briant, 347
Calvert, 367
Claes, 128

Copp, 71
Bride, 290
Camberlain, 8
Claessen, 128

Corbis, 230
Bridge, 52, 199, 295 Camp, 1208

Clament, 129

Corden, 368
Bridges, 16, 367

Campbell, 71, 144, 189, Clapp, 79, 149, 164, 166, Corey, 66, 204, 258
Bridgham, 188

342, 376, 382

183, 244, 269, 272, 275, Corliss, 60, 387
Bridgman, 43
Candler, 204

276, 293, 330, 335, 336, Cornell, 265
Brigham, 317
Canedy, 157, 160, 348, 349 380, 382, 383"

Cornet, 225
Briggs, 14, 64, 105, 113, Canney, 132, 138, 142 Clarence (Duke of), 87 Cornish, 226
114, 1204, 225, 265, 370 Cannon, 265, 266

Clarendon (Lord), 101 Cornwallis, 252
Bright, 199, 251
Canute, 13

Clark, 2, 21, 47, 62, 78, 79, Corser, 300
Brimmer, 104

Capen, 167, 270, 276, 335, 181, 194, 195, 203, 215, Corwin, 75
Bump, 226

337, 338

222, 240, 277, 286, 325, Cossins, 47
Brinckle, 110
Carleton, 299

333, 342, 349, 353, 365, Cottington, 277
Brinley, 286
Carlin, 70

356, 366, 370

Cotton, 179, 251, 258
Briscoe, 90, 199
Carlton, 1208

Clarke, 14, 38, 84, 85, 93, Coulseh, 367
Britton, 277
Carnew, 367

155, 197, 198, 200, 204, Courthorpe, 287
Brochael, 129
Carr, 14, 231

209, 252, 274, 276, 295, Cousin, 183
Brookway, 71
Carrroll, 184

296

Cousins, 47
Bromfield, 382

Carter, 232, 234, 235, 299, Clay, 0, 87, 116, 194, 378 Coverly, 382
Bronson, 311, 368

333, 372

Claypole, 177, 178 Cowdery, 310
Brooks, 74, 75, 270, 280, Carver, 148, 228

Cleary, 282

Cowen, 367
284, 295, 351, 366, 374 Cary, 208, 225-228, 253, Cleaveland, 322

Cowles, 207, 234
Brougham (Lord), 87 | 316, 388

Cleaves, 226

Cowley, 326
Brower, 129

Case, 19, 126, 220, 221 Clement, 129, 336 Cowling, 367
Brown, 67, 70, 83, 88, 100, Cass, 3, 7, 11, 98, 193–195 Clements, 137, 142 Cozzens, 255
147, 152, 183, 188, 189, Castiglioni, 147

Clench, 216

Cradock, 144, 270, 286
229, 232, 233, 279, 354, Castine (Baron), 359 Clerc, 70

Crane, 38, 60, 91, 172, 183,
555, 370, 375, 384 Caswell, 162

Clifford, 3, 186, 236

284
Browne, 199, 256, 286 Caulkins, 94

Clinton, 197

Crittenden, 1205
Browning, 16-18, 382 Cavener, 228

Clopton, 217

Crocker, 300
Bruce, 256

Caverley, 381, 383 Clough, 2, 232, 278 Crommit, 137
Brunning, 382
Cazneau, 382

Cloutman, 132, 137, 277 Cromwell, 91, 92, 132, 135,
Bryant, 11, 162, 227 Cenrick, 12

Cloyes, 16

177, 178, 264, 297, 380
Buchan (Earl of), 255 Cerdick, 12

Coan, 280

Cropper, 367
Buchanan, 194

Chadbourne, 70, 85, 86, Cobb, 14, 79, 212, 328, 347, Crosby, 342
Buck, 227, 282

143, 176, 198

370, 379

Cross, 387
Buckingham, 94, 149 Chadwick, 347, 352 Cobham, 367

Crossman, 226, 227
Bucklin, 328
Chamberlain, 70, 91, 234 Cocke, 189

Croswell, 81
Buckminster, 3, 6, 295, 350 Chambers, 25, 48, 75, 177 Cockings, 155

Crowell, 247, 322
Budington, 237, 238 Chamier, 287

Coddington, 181, 251 Crowne, 380
Buel, 105, 110
Champion, 14
Codman, 106

Crowninshield, 370
Bulkley, 251
Champlin, 75
Codner, 277

Cruft, 79
Bull, 376
Champney, 152

Coffin, 156, 188, 251, 313 Cadworth, 249, 250
Bullock, 15,75,114, 286, 366 Chandler, 149, 209, 233, Cogan, 167

Cuff, 226'
Bump, 228, 347

301, 373, 374
Coggeshall, 44

Cummings, 39, 66, 185
Bumstead, 382

Channing, 375, 376 Cogswell, 242, 388 Cummins, 79
Bunker, 139, 141, 251 Chantry, 7

Coke, 5, 95

Cunningham, 176
Burbank, 75, 143, 144 Chapin, 280, 281, 366, 380 Colburn, 37, 73, 145, 177, Currell, 75
Burditt, 282
Chaplin, 243

| 199, 200, 204, 237, 285, Curtin, 75
Burgess, 113, 243 Chapman, 175, 281, 285 | 317, 369, 381

Curtis, 21, 29-31, 35, 75,
Burgoyne, 253, 254, 288, Chard, 225

Colby, 1, 115

79, 186, 218, 237
339
Charles (Prince), 28 Coldam, 270

Curwin, 52
Burke, 182, 252

Charles (King), 77, 230, Cole, 67, 157, 161, 213, 227, Cushing. 38, 60, 74, 106,
Burleigh, 141

358, 367, 380
376

132, 140, 191, 192, 251,
Burley, 230
Charlevoix, 359
Coleass, 367

295, 348, 369, 270, 381
Burnet, 177, 178
Charnock, 95

Coleman, 281, 368 Cushman, 281, 347
Burnham, 99, 225, 226, 381 Chase, 65, 67,82, 157, 258, Colesworthy, 144, 287 Custis, 119, 1201
Burns, 69, 182

320, 366, 370

Collicott, 274–276, 329, 335 Cutler, 42, 51, 199, 231,
Burnside, 388
Chauteaubriand, 381 338

318, 319, 370
Burr, 79, 133, 190, 193, 197 Chaucer, 165

Collier, 278, 368

Cutt, 209
Bursley, 274

Chauncy, 46, 60, 144, 147 Collins, 14, 219, 300 Cutter, 183, 285, 369
Burt, 280, 317
Checkley, 188, 382
Colman, 104, 146

Cutting, 199, 370
Bush, 89-92, 295
Cheesebrough, 167 Combe, 148

Cutts, 204, 208
Bushel, 382
Cheever, 209

Conant, 76, 155, 167, 225,
Busi, 128
Cheney, 75

227, 228, 369
Bussy, 131
Chesboro,' 72
Condy, 382

Daboll, 79
Butler, 27, 35, 79, 190, 236, Chesebrough, 374

Cone, 187

Daggett, 38
318, 382
Cheslyn, 75
Coney, 180

Dailey, 74
Buttolph, 382
Chester, 25, 77, 91, 180, Congdon, 265, 376

Dallas, 101
Byfield, 145, 344
199, 229, 284, 315, 316, Conger, 119

Dalton, 188
Byram, 226-227

363, 382

Converse, 177, 361 Dame, 132, 141
Byron (Lord), 98, 378 Chevalier, 326

Cook, 15, 103, 107, 231, Damon, 321
Chickering, 251

235, 266, 281, 295, 300, Dana, 238, 322, 328, 387
Child, 199, 283, 380

380

Danforth, 209
Cable,
Chishull, 35

Cooke, 274, 276, 335 Daniel, 265, 278
Cabot, 382, 386
Chism, 95
Cooley, 319

Daniels, 129
Cæsar, 5, 297
Chitty, 87

Coolidge, 75, 90, 98, 199, Danielse, 130
Cahoon, 89
Chizelwright, 34 | 251, 300

"Danielsen, 129, 130, 131

Dante, 10
Dodd, 277
Elmer, 50

Flanders, 230, 233
Danvers, 35
Dodge, 222, 320
Elmore, 50

Fletcher, 8, 75
Darbee, 284
Dolby, 367
Elsey, 277

Flint, 46, 48, 240
Darby, 178, 197
Dole, 251
Elwell, 274

Flood, 335, 336
Darumquin, 354, 355 Dopgan, 358

Ely, 302

Fobes, 183, 228–228
Davenport, 187, 188, 245 Doolittle, 39

Emanuel, 367

Foeer, 336
Davids, 77, 178, 342 Doorn, 130

Emerson, 41, 55, 241, 279, Foley, 91
Davie, 364, 365
Dore, 139, 140

282, 292, 325

Folsom, 251
Davies, 331

Douglass, 105, 184 Emery, 3, 4, 39, 244, 247, Fonda, 130
Davil, 266
Doul, 66

327

Fookes, 335
Davis, 37, 38, 41, 65–68, Dove, 217

Emmet, 254

Foot, 152
76, 84, 125, 126, 133, Downies, 353

Emmons, 103, 156, 238 Forbes, 317
140, 141, 148, 160, 185, Downing, 36, 107, 110, 251, Endicott, 36, 242, 352, 380 Force, 145, 264, 326
226, 229, 231, 241, 280, 287, 288

English, 278

Ford, 166, 168, 226, 227,
281, 287, 289, 350, 35+- Drake, 39, 40, 43, 46, 48, Enno, 333

272, 273, 277, 329, 330,
356, 372, 373, 387 78, 1207, 131, 198, 199, Eno, 333

332-337, 369
Dawson, 14, 95
245-248, 313, 316, 339, Epes, 277

Foreman, 256
Day, 74, 79, 185, 235, 384 353, 354, 363, 381, 382 Erington, 372, 373 Forster, 14
Dayton, 387
Draper, 80, 281, 324 Erving, 209

Forsyth, 9
De Alessandro, 160
Drayton, 118
Espinasse, 6

Fort, 130
De Amicitia, 7
Drew, 141

Esty, 15, 16, 20, 369 Fosdick, 1209
Deane, 91, 92, 173, 199, Dryden, 91

Eustis, 186'

Foss, 141
200, 204, 221, 249, 270, Duane, 204

Evans, 141, 288, 350, 366 Foster, 34, 71, 94, 219, 221,
281, 296, 328, 330, 349, Dudley, 74, 125, 200, 388 Everard, 251

277, 326
383, 386
Duhamel, 105

Everett,'6, 11, 12, 39, 104, Foulsom, 230, 233
Dearborn, 43, 103, 104, 107, Dummer, 270, 348

106, 113, 114, 117, 1202- Fowke, 189
108, 110, 113, 1209, 156, Dunbar, 154, 225, 227, 228, 1205, 153, 156, 167, 183, Fowle, 74, 79, 183
183, 186

358

| 184, 196, 238, 240, 243, Fowler, 14, 93, 114, 231,
Dearden, 65

Duncan, 167,275, 333, 334, 244, 286, 295, 301, 325, 247, 248
Deardes, 170

336, 337

370

Fowley, 210
Debrett, 287
Dunham, 225
Everg, 68

Fox, 145, 148, 245, 351,
De Candolle, 105
Dunn, 367
Ewer, 91

372, 373, 388
De Chastellux, 42
Dunster, 315
Ewers, 227

Foxcroft, 40, 51, 209
Deeble, 334, 335
Dupton, 41, 44, 46, 161, Ewing, 378

Foxwell, 35
Deering, 34
153, 155, 239, 244, 249, Eyre, 199, 223

Francis, 14, 48
De Gaveston, 61
322, 326, 328, 382

Frankland, 44
De Graef, 128, 129, 131 Duren, 80

F

Franklin, 8, 43, 187, 288,
D'Israeli, 6

Durfee, 160, 196, 242, 317 Fairbanks, 106, 1368, 376
De la Mota, 364
Durrie, 84
| 292, 381

Fransen, 129
Delancy, 63
Dustin, 232, 292
Fales. 197

Frazier, 375
Delano, 175, 186, 265, 267, Dwight, 80, 197, 198, 381, Falley, 90

Frederick, 282
368

388
Farmer, 39, 40

Frederick (King), 305
De La Rochefoucault, 249, Dwipell, 203, 219, 220 239, 242, 323

Freeman, 38, 39, 151, 155,
320, 322, 326, 328 "Dyer, 37, 165, 228, 335, Farnham, 149, 388

213–215, 239, 244, 246,
De la Tour, 380

337, 365, 381

Farnsworth, 300, 373 247, 289, 319, 835
Dellamont, 129

Farnum, 21

French, 2, 17, 20, 70, 80,
Delmonts, 131

Farquhar, 256

82, 103, 108, 117, 160,
De Lossing, 13
Eales, 335, 337
Farr, 336

166, 228, 229, 232, 233,
Demick, 333, 335, 336, 338 Eames, 1207, 288

Farrar, 31, 183, 384, 385 276, 371-373
Deming, 70, 193
Earl, 265
Farsaidh, 180

Frost, 71, 74, 79
De Montcalm, 345
Easterbrook, 199

Fay, 237, 282, 293 Frothingham, 42, 43, 150,
De Moranville, 257 Eastman, 1, 2, 229-236, Fearing, 188

237, 238, 241, 282, 301,
Demorest, 95

261, 280
Fell, 87

325, 375
Depning, 60

Eaton, 41, 56, 93, 1205, 348 Fellows, 229, 237, 375 Froude, 297
Dennis, 367

Eddy, 64, 66, 150, 156, 161, Felt, 36, 39, 199, 247, 270, Fry, 225, 270, 276, 284,
De Normandie, 78
196, 199, 251, 326, 376 284, 318, 322, 327

300, 347
Denslow, 166, 167, 331 Edes, 42, 300

Felton, 149

Fuller, 14, 43, 74, 77, 78,
Derby, 43, 144, 277, 370, Edgar, 8, 254

Fenn, 367

96, 128, 199, 250
371

Edgerly, 132, 137 Fenwick, 237, 255 Fulton, 96
De Rogniat, 375
Edminster, 160
Ferguson, 278

Funda, 130
Deshon, 371
Edmunds, 368

Fessenden, 103, 105, 110,
Devens, 282
Edom, 35

191, 206, 293
Devereux, 287
Edkin, 255
Fibbin, 338

Gael, 131
De Verger, 344

Edson, 225-228, 347 Field, 71, 72, 126, 225, 226, Gage, 151, 248, 270, 296,
Devil, 265, 266

Edward (King), 13, 61, 210, 228, 239, 240, 248, 347, 324, 387
Devol, 266

287

366

Gale, 236, 281, 324, 386
De Warville, 147
Edwards, 14, 84, 153, 197, Fields, 176, 203

Gallaudet, 70, 285
Dewey, 39, 90, 91, 195–197, 232, 282, 319

Fifield, 230

Gallop, 124, 166
276, 332, 333, 338, 387 Eells, 273

Filer, 271, 273, 270, 330, Gannet, 154
Dexter, 3, 42, 91, 92, 198, Eerts, 131

332, 334-337

Gardiner, 34, 35, 150, 216,
200, 204, 242, 286 Eggleston, 7

Filley, 176

287, 365, 376
Dickens, 80
Elbridge, 355

Fillmore, 10, 115, 204 Gardner, 92, 117, 1203,
Dickinson, 234, 235, 243 Eldon, 87

Finotti, 295

126, 152, 184, 220, 277,
Dike, 347
Eldridge, 214
Firmin, 251, 364

1 324, 352, 367, 371
Dikeman, 193
Elizabeth (Queen), 218 Fish, 265, 267

Garland, 140
Dill, 188

Eliot, 41, 44, 45, 48, 154, Fisher, 34, 39, 204, 281, Garnett, 255
Dillingham, 265
178, 204, 288, 380, 3831 282, 296, 382

Garrett, 75
Dimmock, 333-336, 338 Elkins, 141

Fiske, 14, 78, 162, 199, 251, Garvey, 285
Dingley, 371

Elliot, 178, 367
1288

Gates, 141, 252-256, 339,
Dinsmoor, 292
Ellis, '14, 71, 75, 80, 150, Fitch, 40, 321

372, 373
Dix, 199
156, 238, 270, 288, 295, Fitts, 233, 295

Gay, 191, 285, 320
Dixey, 278

327, 384

Fitz, 18, 20, 222, 322 Gaylord, 166-168, 175, 271
Doane, 213, 214, 369 Ellsworth, 175

Flagg, 18, 199

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Vol. XXI.

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