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Boston, 2. 209-210; Boston
Bureau, 209; David Sears Fund
of Boston, 211; Congregational
Soc, 3. 168; first provision in
Boston, 12. 210. *See also Poor.

Charles L of England, Nalson's
Trial, 4. 157; doubts as to death-
warrant, 157; place of execution,
157.

Charles II. of England, port, in Bos-
ton 4. 241, 241n.-242n.; dowry
of bride, 5. 28 n. ; substitute for
veto, 160; and Mass. (1666), 6.
469; (1677), 14. 214; Conn, double,
7. 296-297.

Charles X. of France, overthrow, 1.
140.

Charles IV. of Spain, and Ferdinand,
5. 19; abdication, 20; titles, 28 n.

Charles X. of Sweden, Peace of Roes-
kild (1658), 4. 277.

Charles, Mildred [Mrs. Terry], 17.
176.

Charles, prize case (1744), 6. 88.

Charles Bartlett, disaster (1849), 6.
199.

Charles City, Va., name as royal
memorial, 4. 250.

Charles River, Mass., rilime as royal
memorial, 4. 242.

Charles River Bridge vs. .Warren
Bridge, Sumner on opinions, 15.
210.

Charleston, Md. (1781),_6. 135.

C^iarleston, S. C., society in 1804,
2. 25; slave trade, 25; emigra-
tion of loyalists (1782), 3. 95; em-
barkation of Brit, troops, 95-96;
news of Brit, repulse (1779), 129;
expulsion of Hoar, 147; Year
Books, 4. 158, 18. 21; royal memo-
rials, 4. 251, 253; entry of Federal
troops, 12. 344; feeling of Union
army as to, 15. 268; C. F. Adams



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CHARLESTOWN-CHASE



on (1902), 17. 93-98; future,
93-97; rumors of evacuation
(1782), 19. 150, 151, 155, 158,
159, 163, 166; Crevecoeur on
colonial, 20. 81.

Charlestown, Mass., on early map,
1. 211; Maverick's account (1660),
237; Frothingham's History, 384-
385; Corcoran riot, 389; Kossuth
reception, 390; in 1650, 2. 47;
Ursuline Convent riot, 3. 216-218;
population (1790), 4. 136; name
as royal memorial, 242; split in
Cong. Church, 6. 446; Hammond's
diary (1688-94), 7. 144-171; town
election (1690), 152; election of
Assemblyman (1692), 161-162;
beginnings, 233-234; view of Ursu-
line Convent, 8. 282; relief of
Boston Port Bill sufferers, 9. 107;
Morse tablet, 11. 285; burned
(1775), 12. 83, 17. 292, 299, 303;
collection of taxes (1686), 13.
252; not port of entry (1686),
264; constable staves (1686), 278;
complaint of trespass (1686), 284;
thanksgiving (1675) 343; Graves
case (1675), 399; ferry-boat sunk
(1675), 400; pastor ordained
(1698), 14.32; Navy Yard during
War of 1812,16. 182-186; Foster's
view (1680), 19. 54. See also Bun-
ker Hill, Harvard Church.

Charlestown (Number Four), N. H.,
name as royal memorial, 4. 244;
called Number Four, 404 n. ; troops
at (1760), 404-406; in 1776, 6.
81, 87.

Charlestown, R. I., as royal memorial,
4. 245.

Charlestown Navy Yard, during War
of 1812, 16. 182-186.

Charlevoix, Pierre F. X. de, on Hai-
tian slaveSj^ 2. 314 n.

Charlotte, N. C, engraving of schools,
3. 282; royal memorials, 4. 251,
252.

Charlotte A. L. Sibley Fund, origin,
16. 22; history, 18. 276, 19. 211,
20. 214; paid in, 18. 297; income
account (1905), 19. 217; (1906),
20. 221; use, 19. 223.

Charlotte County, N. Y., name as
royal memorial, 4. 247.

Charlotte County, Va., name as
royal memorial, 4. 250.

Charlotteville, Va., name as royal
memorial, 4. 250.

Charlton, Stephen, vestryman in
Va. (1635), 3. 5.



Charman. See also Sherman.
Charman, Samuel, petition (1637),

3. 199.
Charnock, Elizabeth [Mrs. Lee], 19.

229.
Charon, Brit, war-ship, burnt (1781),

6. 153.

Charter, Jane [Mrs. Pratt], 6. 59.

Chartered commercial companies,
Royal African (1664), 4. 280.

Charters, reception of royal, in Eng.
boroughs, 8. 19. See also Massa-
chusetts

Charton, Etienne, Canadian charter,

7. 314.

Chase. See also Chace.

Chase, Anne (Lowndes), 17. 127.

Chase, Aquila, immigrant, 17. 117,
124.

Chase, Charles A., on Chas. Deane,
5. 130.

Chase, Christopher, sea-captain, 7.
321.

Chase', Ellen, gift to M.H.S., 16.
146.

Chase, George, Commencement part
(1818) and biog. note, 5. 184 n.

Chase, George Bigelow, on Gen.
Parsons as traitor, 1. 250; on
Auditing Com. (1885, '89, '99-
1901), 2. 4, 4. 309, 13. 1, 14. 1, 15.
2; reports, 2. 79, 4. 359, 13. 77, 14.
141, 15. 42; gifts to M.H.S., 2.
261, 3. 282, 15. 478 ; on bust of
Webster, 3. 221 ; on H. A. Whit-
ney, 4. 310; on com. to pub. Trum-
bull Papers, 343, 15. 25 ; Memoir of
G. T. Bigelow, 5. 458-482; re-
marks, 6. 65, 12. 29, 252, 292, 351,
371, 13. 62, 121, 378, 424, 14.
424,445,15.364; reprinted M.HS.
paper, 6. 224; remarks on A. T.
Perkins, 422; on Copley's port,
of Paul Revere, 7. 119, 294-295;
on Northeastern boundary, 9. 1;
motion on preservation of Constitu-
tion, 11. 200; on com. to pub.
Pepperrell Papers, 12. 9 ; on Theo.
Lyman, 1.5-17; elected to Council
M.H.S. (1898-1900), 191,13.80,14.
146; on J. C. Ropes, 13. 221; on
Mellen Chamberlain, 14. 271-277;
on Jos. Chamberlain and Glad-
stone, 317; M.H.S. tributes to, 16.
233-238; in M.H.S. 234-236, 238,
17. 124; hist., and genealogical
work, 16. 236, 17. 124; character,
16. 237; authorship of memoir,
250, 17. 116; port and autog.,
front.; Memoir, 117-127; ances-



CHASE-CHECKLEY



81



try, 117; birth, 118; education,
118; business interests, 119-123;
illness (1864), 120; as accountant,
123; general reading, 125; life
abroad, 125-126; Portsmouth home
for children, 126; religion, 126;
marriage, 127; decline and death,
127.

Chase, Icah, at Harvard Commence-
ments (1832-41), 5. 209, 212, 234;
at Divinity School exercises
(1836) 19. 364.

Chase, Jeremiah T., and ratification
of Constitution, 17. 504, 507.

Chase, Mrs. Kate, and father's
papers, 13. 375.

Chase, Mrs. Mary, Apostle Eliot on
sickness of, 18. 346; O. \y. Holmes's
diagnosis, 346-347.

Chase, Moses, in Am. Army (1775),
12. 106.

Chase, Pliny E., Commencement
part (1839), 5. 226; biog. note,
226 n.

Chase, Salmon P., and unofficial mis-
sion to Europe (1861), 1. 205, 206;
papers deposited with M. H. S., their
history, 12. 166, 13. 375-378; Den-
ison's letters to, 12. 423, 425, 13.
63, 121, and Laird rams, 179, 185-
188, 196-197; confounds debt and
currency, 15. 327; papers in
Libraiy of Congress, 18. 336.

Chase, Judge Samuel, and vote on
Independence, 1. 276; Signer, 282
impeachment, 2. 18; opposition
to Constitution, 17. 484, 504, 507
and paper money, 504 ; in Canada
(1776), 18. 431; Cooper trial, 20
260.

Chase, Rev. Stephen [1], career, 17.
117.

Chase, Stephen [2], career, 17. 117.

Chase, Stephen [H. C. 1886], memoir
of his father, 17. 116-127.

Chase, Theodore [1], career, 17. 117.

Chase, Theodore [2], in Europe, 20.
186.

Chase, Thomas, characterized (1775),
12. 141.

Chase, Thomas, Commencement part
(1848), 5. 254.

Chase, William, Apostle Eliot on,
18. 346.

Chase Papers, deposited with M.H.S.,
12. 166, 13. 375, 378; history, 375-
378; in Library of Congress, 18.
336.

Chastellux, Frangois J., marquis de,
and CreveccEur, 20. 58.



Chatfield, Ann (Higginson), 16. 508.

Chatfield, Thomas, 16. 508.

Chatham, William Pitt, 1st earl of,
Johnson's report of speech, 1. 359;
and spurious Montcalm letters, 3.
202, 204; statue of, in N. Y., its
fate, 4. 292; statue in Dedham,
Mass., 298; last words, 6. 281;
Boston's rejoicing over news of
ministry of (1765), 13. 394; plan
of pacification (1775), 17. 279.

Chaucer, Richard, exile in Amster-
dam (1602), 6. 64.

Chaudiere River, Arnold's expedition
on, 2. 269-270, 281-284.

Chauncy, Pres. Charles, minister at
Scituate, 2. 48; Nich. Hoppin on,
3. 306-307; and Jolin Winthrop
(1672), 4. 265, 266; member of
First Church in Cambridge, 5. 406;
and Jon. Mitchell, 409; arms on
wall of Westminster School, 420-
421; Anti-Synodalia , 9. 417; press
censor, 425, 11. 243, 247, 248; his
copy of Harvard Laws, 200; record
of expulsion case (1666), 204.

Chauncy, Rev. Charles, letter to
John Temple (1774) introducing
Josiah Quincy, 8. 288; Isaac Watts
on, 9. 400, 403, 406, 407; in Boston
society (1764), 10. 33; prominent
rebel, 16. 92; corresp. with Rich.
Price (1772-79), 17. 265-271, 275,
278, 294-301, 306, 319 [see Price];
pamphlet, 271 n. ; work, 323 ; in
old age, 330, 345 ; pessimism, 335 ;
and Mosaism, 345.

Chauncy, Com. Isaac, Rogers on
(1815), 4. 208; sent to Algiers
(1816), 5. 29.

Chauncy, Rev. Nathaniel, death, 13.
410.

Chavanne, Marc, executed for insur-
rection, 2. 316, 316 «.

Chaves, Alonso de, map (1536), 7. 298.

Cheasman. See Cheeseman.

Checkley. See also Checkly.

Checkley, Anthony, and ^\'itchcraft
prosecutions, 1. 69 n., 10. 288;
Atty.-Gen. of Mass.. 285, 289;
house burned (1676), 13. 411.

Checkley, Mrs. Anthony, death
(1678), 7. 169.

Checkley, John, sign, 4. 243 n. ;
Slafter's biog., 12. 176.

Checkley, Samuel, books owned by,
9. 451, 485, 487, 490, 491, 506,
523, 524, 532, 533; and Council's
assumption of control (1715), 15.
345.



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82



CHECKLY-CHICHESTER



Checkly, Anthony, milit. watch
(1G89), 1. 162.

Cheesbrough. See Chesebrough.

Cheeseman, Capt. Jacob, killed at
Quebec (1775), 2. 293, 294.

Cheetham, James, Bishop corresp.,
20. 274.

Cheever. See also Chever, Chevers.

Cheever, Dr. Abijah, at Harvard
Commencement (1837), 5. 220.

Cheever, Rev. Amos, 4. 202, 14. 35 n.

Cheever, Anna (Gerrish), 14. 35 n.

Cheever, Ezekiel [d. 1708], Hassam's
Notes, 3. 280; Tompson's elegy.
5. 2, 10. 274; career, 5. 3; fmieral
sermon on, 14. 54 n.

Cheever, Ezekiel [1] [d. c. 1770], sub-
scribes to Merchants' Notes (1733),
17. 207.

Cheever, Ezekiel [2], and tea ques-
tion, 10. SO; characterized, 12. 140.

Cheever, Israel, as minister in N. S.
(1770), 4. 69; biog. note, 69 n.

Cheever, Joshua, subscribes to Mer-
chants' Notes (1733), 17. 207.

Cheever, Rev. Samuel, 4. 202; at-
testation in Quick's Young Mans
Claim, 9. 528.

Cheevers, Rev. Thomas, and Maiden
(1686), 13. 285.

Chelmsford, Mass., minister ordained
(1705), 1. 158; Shays's insurgent,
299; Tompson's verses on (1676),
10. 267; Rev. John Fiske's note-
book, 12. 318-338; removal of
Wenham Church to, 320, 322-324 ;
dismissal of members to Groton,
320, 331-335; election of deacons
(1656), 325-327; and Merrimack
County (1686), 13. 255; Indians
killed at (1676), 359.

Chelsea, Mass., St. Luke's Church,
2. 431; subscription for sufferers
in S. C. and Ga. (1781), 9. 105; and
Boston Port Bill, 107; Chamber-
lain's history, 14. 276, 280, 15.
25, 18. 62, 20. 145-146. See also
Winnisimmet.

Chemistry, Priestley on phlogiston
theory, 3. 20, 21, 23, 24, 30, 32,
36, 38.

Chemung, N. Y., Sullivan's expedi-
tion at, 2. 465, 472.

Chenango, N. Y., Indian town, 2.
463.

Cheneviere, , at Geneva (1829),

19. 443.

Clieney, Thomas (1762), 7. 385.

Cherokee Indians, unrest (1787), 17.
460.



Cherry Valley, troops at (1778-79)
2. 446-458; massacre, 449, 3. 122
losses, 2. 450; second attack, 450
relief, 450; alarm (1779), 457
in 1762, 7. 391, 395.

Chesapeake-Leopard affair, 16. 257.

Chesapeake-Shannon fight, contemp.
account, 1. 374-376; time, 375
377; period, 375; place, 375, 377
not visible from Boston, 376, 378
Lawrence's mistake, 378; J. Q.
Adams on, 10. 391.

Chesbrooke, William, and Roger
Williams, 3. 257.

Chesebrough, David, of Newport
(1760), 7. 345. _

Chesebrough, Elislaa, summons to
(1699), §. 298.

Chesebrough,William, petition (1664),
5. 292.

Chessman, Edward, works on Boston
defences (1814), 14. 152.

Chester, John, indenture (1653), 5.
288.

Chester, Capt. (Major) John, at siege
of Boston, 7. 359, 408, 9. 73, 75,
83; in Boston (1776), 10. 97.

Chester, Rev. John, at Hudson, N. Y.,
19. 368.

Chester, Joseph Lemuel, and Wash-
ington's ancestry, 1. 29.

Chester, Stephen, funeral elegy at-
tributed to, 12. 415.

Chester, Eng., excavations, 6. 76.

Chester, N. S., Congregational Church
(1770), 4. 70.

Chester, Pa., inn (1804), 2. 33; (1812),
19. 375.

Chester, Brit, war-ship (1749), 5. 92.

Chesterfield, N. H., called Number
One, 4. 404 n.

Chevalier, Michel, on Senior's Con-
versations, 10. 486.

Chever. See also Cheever.

Chever, Joshua, ill in campaign of
1760, 5. 382.

Chevers, Daniel, jail-keeper (1686),
13. 260, 263.

Cheverus, Rev. Jean Lefebvre de, 2.
14.

Cheves, Langdon, appearance (1812),
19. 376.

Chew, Benjamin (1754), 7. 342.

Chicago, World's Fair, 8. 305-
312.

Chicago Block Company, 12. 166.

Chicago Historical Society, memorial
on Constitution, 18. 332.

Chichester, , Va. Anti-Federalist,

17. 496.



CHICKAHOMINY-CHOATE



83



Chickahominy Meeting House, Va.,
Am. troops at (1781), 6. 142-144,
149.

Chickamauga, battle of, forces, 18.
443.

Ciiickamauga National Park, com-
memorative medal, 10. 293.

Chickering, Dr. John, of Charlestown,
7. 146.

Chickering, Jonas, Washington Monu-
ment api^eal, 2. 143.

Child, Caleb, 16. 408; J. Q. Adams's
characterization, 408 n.

Child, David L., Commencement
part (1S17), 5. 182; biog. note,
182 n.

Child, Dudley R., Dudley ports,
owned by, 16. 41.

Child, Edith, acknowledgment to, 16.
82 n.

Child, Ephraim, report on Groton
(1661), 4. 136.

Child, Francis J., Commencement
part (1846), 5. 249; at Gottingen,
12. 367.

Child, John, reprints of New Eng-
lands Jonah, 6. 346.

Child, Robert, and Rich. Leader, 3.
191, 192; letter to John Winthrop,
Jr. (1645) on iron works, 8. 15.

Child, Thomas [d. c. 1751], estate, 16.
115 n.

Child, Thomas, letter from Susanna
Sheaffe (1775), 9. 10.

Child, Rev. William, at jubilee of Dr.
Snell, 19. 428.

Childe, Mildred (Lee), salon, 16. 469.

Children, labor in R. L (1801), 4. 124.

Childs, John, works on Boston de-
fences (1814), 14. 151.

Childs, Moses, com. on grievances
(1786), 1.301.

Chile, early cartog. of coast, 11. 375,
378.

Chillicothe. Indian town, Clark at
(1780), 19. 115.

Chilton, Isabella [Mrs. Chandler], 17.
177.

Chilton, Mary, tradition, 18. 372, 397.

Chilton, Mary [Mrs. Winslow], 4. 195.

China, future, 14. 260.

Chinese, citizenship of Am. born, 18.
172; exclusion, 175.

Chipman, Elizabeth [Mrs. Gray], 4.
22, 18. 157.

Chipman, John, 4. 22, 18. 157; epi-
taph, 22 n.

Chipman, Ward [1], mentioned, 2.
2.37, 18. 157; letter from Gov.
Wentworth (1785) on grant to



refugees, 3. 67, 20. 559; and office
in N. Brun. (1784), 3. 79; Brit,
agent before boundary commission
(1796), 350; and royal arms of Old
State House, 4. 260-261.

Chipman, Ward [2], Commencement
part (1805) and biog. note, 5. 170,
170 n.; Harvard LL.D. (1836), 218.

Chippenham, , in N. Y. (1783),

3. 77.

Cliiswick, Eng., horticultural fete
(1831), 19. 478.

Chittenden, Lucius E., career, 13. 178;
story as to Laird rams, 178-185;
story not true, 185 ; basis of it, 186-
197.

Chitty, J., ed. of Lex Mercatoria, 3.
393 11.

Choate, David, 11. 124.

Choate, Col. John, at Louisburg
(1745), 11. 437.

Choate, John, non-consumption agree-
ment (1786), 8. 497.

Choate Joseph Hodges, tribute to
R. C. Winthrop, 10. 405-407;
elected a corresp. member M.H.S.,
12. 55; and return of Bradford MS.,
15. 80; tutor, 17. 118; on Victoria
and Civil War, 18. 125; at Frank-
lin bicentenary, 20. 247.

Choate, Miriam (Foster), 11. 124.

Choate, Rufus, in M.H.S., 5. 5, 11.
155; Harvard LL.D. (1845), 5. 248;
as N. Eng. man. 9. 322 ; at Plymouth
anniversary (1845), 10. 399; Me-
moir by C. H. Hill, 11. 124-155
PORT, and AUTOG., 124; birth, 124
family, 124; education, 124-125
law studies, in Washington, 125
early practice, 126; marriage, 126
in State legislature, 126; elected
to Congress, 126; culture and legal
ideals, 127, 148; in Congress, 128-
129; supports Clay (1832), 129;
moves to Boston, 129; success
there, 130, 136; partnerships, 130,
143; U. S. Senator, 131-135; al-
tercation with Clay, 133; refuses
further office, 135, 142, 143; in
campaign of 1844, 135; Tirrell
case, 136-142; refuses law profes-
sorship, 142; fees and financial con-
dition, 143, 150; Atty.-Gen., 143;
industry, 143; narrowness of in-
terests, 144; nationalism, 144; and
slavery, 145; supports IBuchanan,
146-148; social life, 148; favorite
authors, 149; wears himself out,
149-151; death, 151; appearance,
151; character, 151; wit, 152; as



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CHOCONUT-CILLEY



advocate, 152-154; oratory, 154;
transient remembrance, 155; hon-
ors, 155; desk owned by, 333; on
Know-Nothingism, 393; in Mass.
Conven. (1853), 18. 34, 38; and
petition against negro-seamen acts,
19. 406.

Choconut, N. Y., Indian town, 2. 463.

Chodron, Alphonse. See Courcel.

Ciioiseul, Etienne F., due de, letters
from Levis, 4. 97.

Cholera, epidemic (1832), 14. 351,
19. 523, 527-531.

Choules, Rev. John O., at Plymouth
anniversary (1845), 10. 395 n.

Chrisler, Thomas, milit. watch (1689),
1. 162.

Christ Church, Boston, and Revere's
ride, 17. 208.

Christ Church, Cambridge, Mass.,
services of Nich. Hoppin, 3. 299,
302; early trials, 301-302.

Christ Church, Philadelphia, royal
arms, 4. 249, 257.

Christian Covenanting Confession, ex-
tant copy, 10. 340.

Christian Examiner, services of G. E.
Ellis, 9. 260-261.

Christian World, 4. 332.

Christiana, Del., inn (1804), 2. 33.

Christianity. See Religion.

Christie, Gabriel, and office in Can-
ada (1784), 3. 79.

Christine of Naples, Princess, in 1829,
19. 444.

Christmas, Robert, exploded coat of
arms, 2. 255.

Christmas, William, exploded coat of
arms, 2. 255; and Pepys, 255.

Christophers, Richard, letters (1704,
'06), 5. 301.

Christ's Church in Longwood, 2. 419-
422.

Chronology, reformation of calendar,
3. 383 n. ; Roman method of reg-
istering years, 4. 101-102. See also
Almanacs.

Chulalonkorn of Siam, autograph
letter, 1. 32.

Church, Alonzo, at Harvard Com-
mencement (1848), 5. 255.

Church, Ambrose, death at siege of
Boston, 7. 403.

Church, Col. Benjamin, at Passama-
quoddy Bay, 3. 91 ; fraudulent pic-
ture, 428/i., 5. 155. _

Church, Capt. Benjamin, Port Royal
expedition, 1. 157.

Church, Capt. Benjamin, of Newport
(1700), 7. 345.



Church, Dr. Benjamin, contemp.
accounts of trial, 1. 14; news of
treason, 9. 63-66; on com. to in-
struct representatives (1767-68),
10. 64, 68; on com. of thanks for
Farmer's Letters, 66; on com. on
Liberty affair, 67; celebrates anni-
versary of Sons of Liberty, 68;
Massacre oi:ation, 78; and tea
question, 80; confined in Boston,
100; characterized, 12. 141 ; prom-
inent rebel, 16. 92; and Hutcliin-
son (1768), 20. 536.

Church, Charles, Mass. sheriff (1731),
19. 27.

Church, Joseph, guest of Old Colony
Club, 3. 394.

Church, Thomas, History of King
Philip's War (2d ed.), 3. 428 n.

Church covenants, signatures to
early N. Eng.,8. 271, 348.

Church decoration mth rushes, Book
of Sports on, 19. 90.

Church discipline in colon. N. Eng.
See Sexual morality.

Church Library Association, services
of H. E. Scudder, 17. 160.

Church of Disciples, Boston, 4. 326,
331.

Church of England, Va. records
(1635), 3. 5; bishopric in N. S.
(1788), 76; "Non-Conformist's
Oath" (c. 1665). 187-190; in N. S.
(1769), 4. 68; address of New Lon-
don Churchmen (1727), 5. 302;
and lay administration, 6. 178;
penalty of simony, 8. 507, 514-
517; institution and induction of
clergy, 514-515; in Boston (1686),
13. 240, 253, 256, 410; in early
N. H., 16. 176-181; Stiles on Am.
episcopate (1775), 17. 281; com.
on Am. episcopate (1777), 310; and
causes of Am. Rev., 20. 140-142.
See also Puritanism, Religion.

Church of the Saviour, Boston, career,
8. 294-295.

Churchill, Captain, guest of Old Col-
ony Club, 3. 443.

Cilley. See also Ceeley.

Cilley, Lieut. (?) Jonathan, in Va.
campaign (1781), 6. 138.

Cilley, Jonathan, Graves duel and
aftermath in Congress, 12. 286-
292.

Cilley, Col. Joseph, in Sullivan's ex-
pedition, 2. 464, 3. 128, 129; in
Saratoga campaign, 106, 107; in
Monmouth campaign, 114, 116;
furlough, 123, 128.



CINCINNATI-CLAP



85



Cincinnati, in 1836, 7. 284.

Cincinnati, Order of the, letters of
French officers to, 6. 160-164;
Higginson on (1784), 8. 178;
records of Mass. Soc. presented, 9.
10; MS. copy of constitution, 10.

Circourt, Comte Adolphe de, anec-
dotes of Cavour, Napoleon III.,
Talleyrand, 16. 469-471.

Circular Letter, Mass. General Court
refuses to rescind, 10. 68.

Circulars of M.H.S., bibliography, 6.
211-214.

Circus, in Boston (1771), 10. 29.

Citizenship, of Am. born Chinese, 18.
172. See also Allegiance.

Civil rights, French declaration and
slavery, 2. 310, 318; royal instruc-
tions on provincial, 8. 99, 100;
habeas corpus in colonies, 231-235.
See also Press.

Civil service, Saltonstall and reform,
11. 351-364; Washington on pat-
ronage (1789), 12. 144; office-
seekers (1789), 15. 128, 130; pat-
ronage, 130, removing power, 132;
Duane on Pa. patronage, 20. 265.
273, 365-368; Johnson and pat-
ronage, 433.

Civil War, Comte de Paris's History,
1. 64; irregular foreign missions
(1861), 203-209, 13. 191-194; fac-
sim. of Confederate seal, 2. 88;
services of C. F. Adams, 3. 144-146,
149-151; preparations in Mass.,
329-330, 19. 237 ; Bullock on pros-
ecution, 3. 330; financial aspect,
331-332 ; attitude of Border States,
332; Emancipation Proclamation,
333, 11. 239, 20. 247-253; Lin-
coln's milit. capacity, 3. 334;
patriotic envelopes, 4. 109, 9. 28,
10. 292, 19. 224; Antietam, 7.
40; Chancellorsville, 108-110; Mc-
Clellan's Peninsular Campaign, 10.
430-440; value of reminiscences,
485; age of polit. leaders, 11. 231;
Mass. Whigs and outbreak, 281;
attitude of Democrats, 342-345;
journal of C. B. Fox, 12. 342-344 ;
pay of negro troops, 489; Laird
rams, 13. 178-197; Ropes as his-
torian of, 212, 216, 218, 222, 14.
241; Appomattox, 13. 434, 20. 87-
112, 553-555; C. F. Dunbar's edi-
torials, 13. 430-435; effect of out-
come on Brit, relations, 15. 190;
burning of Columbia, 264-278, 19.
341 n.; Trent affair, 16. 465, 18.
141-142; naval preparations for



war with England, 16, 467 ; Craven
court-martial, 467; anecdotes of
Sherman, 467; attitude of Queen
Victoria, 17. 441-448, 18. 125-130,
13&-137, 142-154, 20. 464, 467;
proper designation for, 18. 13; im-
portance of moral issue, 55; atti-
tude of Palmerston ministry, his-
tory of proposed intervention
(1862), 130-154, 20. 463-471;
expectation as to Southern Union
men (1861), 18. 141; Gladstone's
Newcastle speech, 150-152, 20.
465-467, 469-471; Leslie Ste-
phen's pamphlet on London Times
and, 18. 255; size of Confeder-
ate army, 432-443, 19. 316-321;
size in certain battles, 18. 443;
Pres. Adams's paper on Rhodes's
History, 19. 311-356; reason for
Northern success, 314-334; in-
fluence of slavery on Southern
fighting force, 318; exhaustion of
South, 321; causes of exhaustion,
322-324; importance of naval
phase, 324-326, 332; flaws in
Southern reasoning, 326; under-
valuation of North, 327, 329, 330;
overvaluation of power of cotton,
327-334; relative importance of
Sherman's marches, 334-337 ; van-
dalism, 337-341; Butler and Va.
campaign (1864), 342-356 [see
Butler, B. F., of Mass.]; inade-
quate staff organization, 344 n., 20.
159-160, 162; — foreign crises, 463;
Granville's attitude, 468; Sum-
ner's battle-flags resolution, 547.
See also Alabama Claims, Rebellion
Department, Secession.

Civilization and savagery, paper on,
17. 4-13; extermination of wild
animals, 4; exterminated and de-
clining races, 5-8 ; Brit, rule in de-
pendencies, 8-9 ; points of friction,
9; savages as adult children, 10-
13.

Clagg (Glaye), Captain, killed at
Isle-aux-Noix (1760), 4. 397, 5.
368.

Claiborne, William, in Va. county
court (1632), 3. 4; trading in ship
Africa, 4.

Clairvoyance, instances, 20. 442.

Clap. See also Clapp.

Clap, Captain, innkeeper at Westfield
(1760), 4. 388.

Clap, Captain (1787), 16. 339.

Clap, Elisha, Librarian M.H.S., 8.
343.



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Clap, Roger, and command of Castle

( 16SG) , 13. 269 ; history of his MS.,

14. 15.
Clap, Samuel, death (1708), 1. 160,

14. 26.
Clap, Mrs. Samuel, death, 14. 26.
Clap, Thaddeus, Commencement part

(1834), 5. 213; biog. note, 213 n.
Clap, Rev. Thomas, and Isaac Watts,

9. 396-398, 406.

Clapham, Doctor, at Westfield (1760),
4. 388.

Clapham, Rev. Henoch, "Briefe of
the Bible," 5. 84; church in Am-
sterdam, 6. 45 n.

Clapham, Capt. John, in campaign of
1760, 4. 390; appraises soldier's
effects (1758), 6. 29.

Clapp, Mary C. (Paine), 2. 101.

Clapp, Joshua, subscription for M. H. S.
building, 3. 291.

Clapp, Salmer, works on Boston de-
fences (1814), 14. 151.

Clapp, Thomas, office (1762), 2. 232.

Clapp, William W., gift to M.H.S.,
6. 340, 7. 316.

Clarendon, Sd earl of. See Cornbury.

Clarendon, Edward Hyde, 1st earl of,
letters to Winthrop (1664-65), on
Royal Commission, 13. 454-456.

Clarendon, George W. F. Viiliers, 4th
earl of, and privateering, 1. 25.

Clark. See also Clarke, Clerk.

Clark, (1655), 4. 273.



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