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LECTURES

ON THE

GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT

OF THE

UNITED STATES

Illustrated

Editors
EDWIN WILEY, M.A., Ph.D.

Formerly of the Library of Congress
Librarian U. S. Naval War College, Newport, R. I.

and
IRVING E. RINES

Advisory Editor
(In the Field of International Relations and Government)
ALBERT BUSHNELL HART, Ph.D., LL.D., Litt.D.

Professor of Government in Harvard University

ELEVEN VOLUMES
WITH MAPS AND ILLUSTRATIONS

AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL ALLIANCE

NEW YORK

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME II.

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45

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PART ONE.
THE DISCOVERY AND COLONIZATION OF AMERICA (Continued).

CHAPTER XVIII.

PAGE

1689–1743.

Boundary dispute with Pennsylvania and

THE MIDDLE COLONIES.

PAGE

Delaware ............................ 30–31

The Leisler troubles in New York.......... 1-3

Disorder in the Carolinas..........

Benjamin Fletcher becomes governor.......

Grand Model abrogated. ...........

Cultivation of rice introduced...

Schuyler and the Indians................. 344

Fletcher's dispute with the Assembly.....

Church of England established....

War with the Tuscaroras......... .... 33

Religious conditions ......................

Attack on Spanish at St. Augustine....... 33–34

Lord Bellomont's administration...........

Paper money issues ; Slave law.......... 34–35

Rapacity of Lord Cornbury and his dismissal. 7-8

l'ostal system established ........ .........

Yemassee War in South Carolina........ 35–36

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Arrival of German Palatines.............. 9–10

South Carolina becomes Crown colony...... 38

Slave insurrection ...................... 10

Pirates under Blackbeard and Bonnett.... 36–37

Burnet's dispute with the Assembly...... 10-11

Treaty with Cherokees.................... 37

John Peter Zenger and the freedom of the

Settlements by foreigners............... 37–38

Social conditions ....................... 38-40

press . . . ................. ........ 11

Clarke's dispute with the Assembly......... 12

CHAPTER XX.

The Negro Plot.....

Sir William Johnson and the Indians

1732-1784.

Measures for defence............

14 THE FOUNDING AND SETTLEMENT OF GEORGIA.

Affairs in New Jersey....

15 The Margravate of Azilia...

.......... 40–41

Keith's schism in Pennsylvania..... 5-16 Charter granted to Oglethorpe...........

New frame of government......

16-17 Regulations for the colony...........

Delaware becomes independent...

17 Savannah founded; the Lutherans..........

Slavery abolished; Death of Penn....

John and Charles Wesley in Georgia....

Paper money issued..........

19 Discontent ...

. 44-45

Boundary dispute with Maryland.

Measures for defence against Spanish.......

The “Walking Purchase ".....

20 Treaty with Creeks..................... 45–46

Disputes in the colony...

War with the Spanish. ...... ........ 46

Charges against Oglethorpe...

CHAPTER XIX.

The case of Mary Musgrove.... ......... 47-48

1690-1748.

The Commissioners of Trade and Plantations

PROGRESS OF VIRGINIA, MARYLAND, AND THE

assume charge of Georgia ............. 48–49

CAROLINAS.

Changes in governors.................... 49-50

Charter granted to William and Mary Col-

Georgia divided into parishes.............. 50

Appendix to Chapter XX.

lege ..................... ......... 22-23

Charter of Georgia.

50-58

Laws passed by Assembly.......

Dispute between Andros and Blair....... 23–24

CHAPTER XXI.

Williamsburg founded .....

Virginia code revised.

1698_1763.

Spotswood's expedition across the Blue

THE FRENCH IN LOUISIANA AND THE WEST.

Ridge .....................

..... 26–27 Iberville establishes colony at the mouth of

Arrival of foreigners........... . 27–28 the Mississippi ....................... 59-60

Maryland's new laws.......

28–29 Bienville encounters English ship........... 60

Free school system established.

. 30 Iberville and Bienville ascend the Mississippi. 61

Baltimore founded ...

. 30 Mobile founded ....

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.. 62

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME II.

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CHAPTER XXIII.

1756-1764.

END OF THE FOURTH INTERCOLONIAL WAR:

PONTIAC'S CONSPIRACY.
War declared by the English and French.... 104
Bradstreet's expedition against Oswego. . 104-105

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