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The Restoration announced, p. 77–Arrival of the Regicides, 77—The
King's Letter, 78—New Charters granted, 79—Charters endangered, 80–
King Philip's War, 81-Administration of Andros, Revolution of 1688, 82
-Border Wars, 83—Controversy with the Crown, 85—Capture of Louis-
bourg, 88—Question of Boundaries, 89—State of the New England Colo-
nies in 1754, 89.
Henry Hudson's Voyage, p. 90-Settlement of New York, 90-Argall, 90
- The New Netherlands, 91-Governor Stuyvesant, 92_Colonel Nichols,
- New York acquires civil Freedom, 94— The Five Nations, 96-Jacob
Leisler, 98-Burning of Schenectady, 99-Fall of Leisler, 100—The Mo-
hawk Warrior, 101— Affair of Fletcher and Wadsworth, 102--Piracy, 103
-Captain Kidd, 104-Lord Cornbury, 104—Administrations of Hunter
and Burnet, 105–of Cosby and Clinton, 106.
The Swedes at Cape Henlopen, p. 111- The Dutch, 111-Stuyvesant,
111- Penn's Purchase, 112-Separation from Pennsylvania, 112
Heath's Patent, p. 118—Albemarle Settlers, 118-Culpepper's Insurrec-
tion, 120-Separation of the Carolinas, 121.
Charter, p. 126-Oglethorpe, 126-Whitefield, 127-Spanish Hostilities,
128-Invasion, 128—Retirement of Oglethorpe, 129.
Scheme for Taxing the Colonies, p. 144—The Stamp Act, 145—First
Continental Congress, 146—Repeal of the Stamp Act, 147—New Taxes
imposed, 148-Opposition to the Taxes, 149—Affair of the Sloop Liberty,
150-British Troops in Boston, 151-Boston Massacre, 152-Hutchinson's
Letters, 154-Destruction of Imported Tea, 155 - Boston Port Bill, 156—
Proceedings of the Continental Congress, 158-Approach of War, 159.
Battle of Concord, p. 161–Boston besieged, 164–Ticonderoga and Crown
Point taken, 1644 Battle of Breed's Hill, 166-Charlestown burnt, 167.
Attack on Charleston, p. 178—Defeat of the British, 179—Indian War,
180—Declaration of Independence, 182— Arrival of the British at New
York, 185–Defeat on Long Island, 187—Washington's Plan of Opera-
tions, 189—Battle of White Plains, 189—Retreat through the Jerseys,
190—Washington appointed with Dictatorial Powers, 191- Battle of Tren-
ton, 192—Battle of Princeton, 193—Washington re-conquers the Jerseys,
The Confederation, p. 194-American Privateers, 195—La Fayette,
196—The Prison Ships, 196 – Capture of General Prescott, 198—Opera-
tions in New Jersey, 198 — Battle of the Brandywine, 199— Battle of
Germantown, 200- Battle of Redbank, 201—Operations in the North,
202—Loss of Ticonderoga, 203—Advance of Burgoyne, 203—Battle of
Bennington, 204—Fort Schuyler invested, 205–Murder of Miss Macrea,
206—Burgoyne at Saratoga, 207-Battle of Stillwater, 208—Burgoyne's
Retreat, 208-Surrender of Burgoyne, 209–The Army at Valley Forge,
Virginia ravaged, p. 219-Putnam's Ride, 220-Storming of Stony
Point, 221—Operations in the South, 222-Defeat of General Lincoln,
223—General Prevost before Charleston, 223-Siege of Savannah, 224-
Achievements of Paul Jones, 225.
War in the South, p. 227–Capitulation of Charleston, 228-Condition
of South Carolina, 229— Treachery of the British, 229–Gates's March
to the South, 230-Battle of Camden, 232-Proceedings of Cornwallis,
233-Battle of King's Mountain, 234-General Gates superseded, 235—
Discontents in the Army, 235—The Army relieved and reinforced, 236–
Arrival of the French Fleet, 237–Arnold's Treason, 238—Capture of André,
239— Mutiny in the American Camp, 240.
General Greene in the South, p. 242-Battle of Cowpens, 243–Mor.
gan's Retreat, 243—Greene's Retreat, 244–Battle of Guildford, 245–
Greene marches for South Carolina, 245-Siege of Ninety-Six, 246–
Battle of Eutaw Springs, 247—Affair of Colonel Hayne, 248-Cornwallis
in Virginia, 249—Arrival of the French Fleet, 250—Preparations for the
Siege of New York, 251–Washington marches South, 251- Capture of
Fort Griswold, 252-Siege of Yorktown, 253–Surrender of Cornwallis,
254–Its Effects, 255–Lord North resigns, 256— Treaty of Peace, 257 —
Discontent of the Army, 258–New York evacuated, 259–Retirement of
Washington, 259—Character of the Revolutionary War, 260.
Washington receives notice of his election, p. 269–His Journey to
New York, 269–Proceedings of the first Congress, 272—Washington's
Tour through New England, 272- Debts of the States, 273— Indian
War, 275- Defeat of General St. Clair, 275–Washington re-elected Pre-
sident, 276-Citizen Genet, 277-Insurrection in Pennsylvania, 279-
Jay's Treaty, 279-Pacific Policy of Washington, 280-Proceedings of
the French Directory, 281-Washington's Retirement, 282–His Cha-
Operations on the north-western frontier, p. 313—Siege of Fort Meigs,
314-Capture of York, 315-Attack on Sackett's Harbour, 316-Opera-
tions on the Niagara Frontier, 317–Expedition against Montreal, 318-
Battle of Chrystler's Fields, 318–British Ravages on the Sea-coast, 319
-Sacking of Hampton, 320—Affair of the Hornet and Peacock, 320-
Defence of Fort Sandusky, 322—Battle on Lake Erie, 323-Battle of the
Thames, 324–Creek War, 325.
Russian offer of Mediation, p. 326—Battle of Chippewa, 327—Siege of
Fort Erie, 328_New York invaded, 329–Battle on Lake Champlain,
329-Flight of General Prevost, 330— Arrival of the British in the Chesa-
peake, 331-Capture of Washington City, 332–Maryland invaded, 332–
Battle of Baltimore, 333—Connecticut and Maine invaded, 334-Hart-
ford Convention, 335—The British expelled from Florida, 336-Attack on
New Orleans, 338—Defeated, 339—Peace of Ghent, 340-United States
Bank chartered, 340.