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Sebastian 29*

Campbell. Captain Laughlin 154

Canada, invasions of 1812

353,354,356,397

by Fenians, 1866 443

Canajoharie 287

canal debt 405

enlargement 486

canals 450

lateral 372

made free 456

map of 368

Canandaigua 384

Canisteo 282

captain-general 469

Carleton, Sir Guy 251», 289, 299

Carpenter, Daniel 433

Carteret, George 105, 1 14

Cartier, Jacques 31

Cary, Alice 525*

Phoebe 525

Casimir (Fort) 81

Cass, Lewis 510

Catherine's Town 286

Catholicism 123, 131

Cayuga and Seneca canal .372

centennial of Washington's in-
auguration 464



PAGE

year 451

Chambly (Fort) 169, 229

Champlain, Samuel de 31*

and Hudson 34

explorations of 161

canal 372

Fort 229

Lake 32, 226,

250, 262, 289, 310, 352, 359, 363

battle of 357

— — map of 34

chancellor of New York 521

of regents 492

Charles II... 86*, 97, 109, 112, 114, 124
charter of liberties 118, 122, 471

revoked 120

of privileges 51

Chatham, Earl of

..149, 180*, 184, 195, 202, 275, 279

statue of 203

Chauncey, Commodore ..354

Chaumonout, Joseph 163

Chemung canal 373, 454

river 282

Chenango canal 373. 454

—— river 311

Cherry Valley massacre 281

Chicago exposition 466

Child, Lydia Maria 525

Chippewa, battle of 357

Choate, Joseph H 468

christian commission 429

Christiansen, Hendrick 35, 36

Christina (Fort) 62, 81

Chrysler's Farm 356

Cincinnati, society of 302

cities classified 488

Citizen, the 340

civil damage act 454

rights bill 448

service laws 458, 462

war 422-441

cost of to New York

430, 440,442

Clark, Governor George 153

Myron H 414*, 449

classes of society 307



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PAGE

Clay, Henry 390*, 403, 452, 514*

Cleopatra's needle 456

Clermont, first steamboat 346

Cleveland, Grover..457*, 458, 463, 465

Clinton family 339, 340, 504

Charles 504

DeWitt 338, 505

and Aaron Burr 339

and the Erie canal. 370, 371, 372

and the free school societj'.493

and Silas Wright .511

- and Thurlow Weed 512

canal commissioner 381

death of 386

governor 366*, 377, 380, 382

lieutenant-governor 349

mayor of N. Y. city. . . .349, 361

United States senator 349

George 219, 492, 504

and James 272

general 272

death 365

governor. .260*, 280, 314, 326. 339

opposes U. S. constitution

317,319

vice-president 345, 348

Governor Sir George 156

James 272*, 504, 505

Sir Henry 234, 244, 272*,

274, 280, 284, 290, 295, 297, 299

(Fort) 246,272. 277

Clinton's ditch 372

Clintonians 380

code of public instruction 496

Colden, Cadwallader 192

an an author 522

death of 248

governor

..194*, 196, 198, 200, 206, 209. 221

q 112, 207,218

salary 209

Cadwallader D 366

college recruits ...426

colleges 363

Colles, Christopher 324*

colonial congress, 1690 127



PAGE

colonial house of assembly 503

color discrimination

258, 379, 382, 416, 448, 449

colored children in public

schools 486

Columbia university

159, 192, 216, 222, 491, 492

Columbian order 349

Columbus 28-29

day 466

Colve, Governor Anthony HI, 117

commmander-in-chief 469

committee of correspondence,

1765 199

of fifty-one 218, 473

of one hundred 218, 220, 221

of safety 126, 428

of sixty 218, 220, 473

common law of England 407

school fund 494

schools established 492

compulsory education, 1894. .475, 534

for Indian children 486

confederation 309

articles of 316

conflicting territorial claims 40

congress 316

bankrupt 301

continental 215, 322

delegates to, 1775 216

powers of 318

the first 322

Conkling, Roscoe..452*, 453, 455, 456
Conkling-Platt resignation.. 455, 457
Connecticut boundary.... 80, 106, 151

conservatives 201

constitution. State.. 2.55, 256, 257, 473

convention of 1777 255

revision of 1801 338

of 1821 378

of 1846 404

of 1867 443

of 1876 453

of 1894 468

revisions made periodical.. .379

U. S., adoption of 314



Index



543



PAGE

constitution, objections to 317

Constitution (Fort) 246

convention of delegates 471

of representatives 473

Cooper, Dr. Myles 214,222*

Institute 507

James Fenimore 524*

Peter 507

Coote, Richard 133

copperheads 427

Corlear 116

Cornbury, Governor...,

141, 142*, 143,144,490

Cornelissen, Jan 489

Cornell, Alonzo B 454*, 456

Cornplanter 288

coronation of William and Mary. 124
Cornwallis, Marquis de.244, 297, 298*

surrender of 297

corporations, creation of 405

corrupt practice law 465

Cosby, Governor William 151

cosmopolitan elements 96

council appointive 469

of appointment

258, 338,349,379,469,495

of Governor Minuit 45,54

of Plymouth 65

of revision 258, 379

of safety, 1777 259

of twelve, 66, 68

counties of New York 119, 535

map of in 1775 226

counting the cost of war

304,430, 440,442

county superintendents 496

court of appeals established 405

of chancery 405

of errors abolished 405

Cromwell, Oliver 85*

Crooked lake canal 373

Crosswell, Edwin 380

Croton aqueduct 396

Crown Point 171, 175, 246, 309

expedition against 174, 184

expeditions from 157, 176



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Crown Point in American hands. 251

In English hands . . . 185, 251, 262

in French hands 156, 185

map of 226

cruelty to children 450

Cruger, John 197

Stephen Van Rensselaer 441

crystal palace exhibition of 1853.413
Curtis, George William 453*

Dablon, Claud 163

D'Aillebourst, Governor 164

Dana, Richard Henry 528

Davis, Jefferson 517

Day, Benjamin H 394

Dayton, Colonel Elias 190

Dearborn, General Henry. 352,353, 354

debts of the United States 301

Decatur, Stephen 360*

declaration of independence

153, 195,196,204,217,237

defence of New York 240

DeFleury, Colonel 285

De La Barre, Governor 166

DeLancey, James

152, 158,173,179,192. 194

death of 194

Delaware 43

and Hudson canal 373

Dellius, Dominie 133, 134

democratic free silver party 477

party 126, 336, 338. 380, 477

quarrels of 1801 349

Demont, Adjutant William 249

denominational institutions 468

De Nonville 167

department of public instruction. 499
dependency of the British crown. 420

Depew, Chauncey M 483

De Peyster, Abraham 138

Derhulst, William 44

Dermer, Captain Thomas 40

De Ruyter 107

De Vries, David Peterson

52, 59,66,67,71,522

— the peacemaker 69



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DeWitt, Charles 256

Commodore 359

Simeon 381

Dieskau, Baron 175

director-general 469

disband! uf; the array 301

distribution of Indian tribes.... 20

of slaves 399

Dix, John A... .380, 422, 448*, 449, 496

Dobb's Ferry 297

Dongan, Governor Thomas

117*, 123,471

Douglas, Frederick 407

Downing, George 86

draft riots of 1863 432

Drake. Sir Francis 30*

Joseph Rodman 525

Draper, A. S., n 91

Dred-Scott decision 412

Drummond, General 357

Duaue, James 215*, 216, 317

William 392

Dudley, Charles C 380

duel of Burr and Hamilton 341

Duer, William 256

duke's laws 104, 106

DuQuesne (Fort) 174, 181, 183

Dunlap, Wm., history of New

York 524

Dunmore, Earl of 209*

Dupuys, Sieur 164

Dutch and English 40, 86, 98

and Iroquois 46

and Puritans 46, 57, 91

claims 40, 64, 86

colony, failure of 95

control of education 489

elements in modern New

York 532

enterprise 35

fleet at New York 110

government of New York... 38

names and customs 307

race o f merchants 57

re-take New York 110

tolerance 93



PAGE

Dutch trade 38

Dutchess county 535

duties of the people 411

on imports 309,314

East and West Jersey 142

India company 21

river 36

Eastman, S. S., q 22

Eckford, Henry .355

edict of Nantes 94

education in New York 489

Edward (Fort) 176

Eelkens, Jacob 58

eight men 71, 470

election expenses 465

elective franchise .,258, 483

Elmira 286, 428

emancipation proclamation 431

embargo on commerce 348

embassy to Canada, 1776 230

England an aggressor 348

and Holland at war 83

English claim to New Nether-
laud 53

claims 40,86, 98

elements in modern New

York 532

navy 328

proprietary colonies 420

revolution of 1688 123

episcopacy established 141

equal representation of States.. .318

rights for all men 418

taxation 105

era of good feeling 380

Erie canal 325, 365

completed 371

enlargement of 476

father of 505

importance of 373

opening of 371

opposition to 372

(Fort) 357

(Lake) 355

, Pa 369



Index



545



PAGE

Esopus 47, 111

evacuation of New York 301,459

Evartson, Cornelius 109, 124

Evening Post, the 340, 362, 394

executive committee of one hun-
dred 473

expedition against Canada, 1775.228

explorations in New York 28

exports from New York 326

exposition of 1893 466

extension of shivery 417

factory legislation 449

farmers of New York 360

Fassett, J. SI oat 465

Faucett, Edgar 528

federalists 317, 318, 38o

Fenian raid, 1866 443

Fenton, Keuben E ..... . 437*, 438, 443

feudal tenures abolished 405

fiat money 332

Field, David Dudley 407

Fillmore, Millard 410», 513-515

final campaign, 1781 297

fire, great, of 1835 395

first American victory 226

conflict of the revolution. . .204

continental congress, 1774. . .217

government in New York. . . 45

governor's message 1.55

royal assembly 131

Fish, Hamilton 410*

Nicholas 349

Fishkill 255

Fisk, "Jim" 446

five men 45

Five points 154

flag of our Union 426

protects the sailor 351

Flagg, Azariah C 380

Flatbush 489, 535

Fletcher, Governor 132

floods of 1889 464

Flower, Roswell P 465*

Floyd, John Gelston 441

William 239, 321, 441



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Flushing 477

Folger , Charles J 457

Forbes, General Joseph 181

Ford bill 484

forest, fish and game laws 485

Forsyth, Captain 354

Fort Plai n 287

fortification of New York 361

four colonial families 501

France an aggressor 348

and America 280

and England 98

(treaty with), 1778 279

franchise, elective 416, 483

colored voters 382, 416, 449

extended 382, 405

— • property qualification

378,382,416,449

residence qualifications 449

secret ballot 531

Franklin, Benjamin

133*, 173*, 230, 242, 315

fraudulent land grants 134

Frederick the Great 506

free school society of New York. 493
schools, appropriation for. .493

battle for 494

billfor 495

ships and sailors rights 351

soilers . 408

soil party • 510

trade in the Netherlands 64

freedom of conscience 119

of the city 153

of the press 305

freehold lands 405

Fremont, John C 417*

Freneau, Philip 523

French alliance 282

allies.- 297

and English 123

claims 172, 187

and Indian war 171-193, 197

cost of 188

and Iroquois 21, 134, 150, 157

arms in New York, 1665 165



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French at war with Iroquois 133

colonies in New York 165

fortifications 171

invasion 127

on the frontiers 156

post at Niagara 150

revolution 326

scare, 1798 333

— trade on Lake Champlaiu... 150

voyageurs 171

Frontenac, Count... 133, 166, 168, 169

(Fort) 169, 171, 182

Fulton, Robert 345, 346*

fugitive slave law 399,413, 414

Gansevoort, Peter 265*

Garangula 167

Gardiner, Lyon 65

Gardiner's island 65, 136

Garfield, James A 439, 455*, 456

speech in New York 439

Gates, Horatio 250,

264*, 265, 269, 274, 300

quarrel with Arnold 271

general assembly, 1683... 118, 120, 471

convention of 1653 84

Genesee Valley canal 454

devastated 286

Genet, Edmund 327, 329, 333

and Washington 327

George 1 155*, 472

II 155*, 195

III.. ..195*, 204, 206, 212, 233, 282

prematurely delighted 263

(Fort) 289,302, 354

reservation 485

(Lake; 175, 176, 179, 181, 485

German Flats 147

mercenaries 276

Germantown, battle of 276

Gettysburg, battle of 432

Ghent, treaty of 362

Gilder, Richard Watson 528

gold, premium on 446

Golden Hill conflict, 1770 206

Good Hope (Fort) 57



PAGE

Gorges, Sir Ferdinaudo 40

Gorham, Nathaniel 312

Gould, Jay 446

government during the revolu-
tion 315

in 1702 139

interference with State poli-
tics 377

revenues of colonial 151

governor, growth of power

140, 258, 469

term of 380, 450, 468, 469, 470

governors of New York xii

Grant, Ulysses S

432, 439, 443, 444*, 457, 518

death of 461

on enforcement of law 515

tomb dedicated 478

Grasse, Count De 297

Gravesend . . 535

Gray's Elegy 186

Great Britain 363

great fire of 1835 395

Greater New York 477

Greeley, Horace.447*, 513, 515-518, 528

Green Mountain boys 310

Greene, Gen. Nathaniel 296*

and Gen. Gates 296

Greenfield's Journal 336

Griffin, R.M 452

Gross, William J 452

Gustavus Adolphus 62

Hail, Columbia 334

Hale, Nathan 248,294

half-breeds 455

Half Moon, Hudson's vessel 33

Hall, A. Oakey 445

Halleck, Fitz-Greene 525*

Hamilton, Alexander 244,

. .317, 319, 323, 329, 340, 341, 342*

and Burr contrasted 341

Andrew 153

" hard cider " campaign ...400

Hardy, Sir Charles . . 158

Harlem 255



Index



547



PAGE

Harlera Heights, battle of 247

Harper's Ferry, insurrection at. .419

Harrison, Benjamin 463*

William Henry. -. ..356, 400*

Hartford treaty 80, 86

Hathorn, John 3-21

Hawley, Gideon 493

Hayes, Rutherford B 452*. 453

electoral commission 519

Helder, battle of 109

Hempstead 477,479

Hendrick, King 1^5*

Herkimer, Nicholas 265*, 267

Hessian riflemen 262

Hessians 270

Hiawatha 190

— an Onondaga indian 18

Hill, David B 461*, 463

quarrel with legislature 465

Hobart. John Sloss 256

Huffman, Governor John T

443, 445*, 446, 447

Holland, commission to 78

company' 312

crime against 97

debt to 532

dependency of 420

. Land Company 401

Holmes, Oliver Wendell 426

Captain William 58

Holt's New York Gazette. . . 198

Hoosic 271

Hopki nson, Joseph 334

liostilities begun, 1775 226

Howe, Admiral Richard

239*, 241, 243,276

General William

239*, 244, 248, 249, 253, 263

— — George Augustus 181*

Samuel 236

Howells, William Dean 527*, .528

Hudson, Hendrick 33*

discoveries of 99

river 307, 531

defended 252

importance of 246



PAGE

Hudson river, map of 34

tunnel 488

Huguenots 93, 94, 127

Hull, General 352

Mary 106

Ralph 106

hunkers 510

Hunt, Washington 410*

Hunter, Elijah 524

Governor Robert 147

Hvde, Sir Edward, Lord Corn-
bury 139-142*

Ilion 147

import duties surrendered 318

imported tea 212

imprisonment for debt 375

independence achieved 298

Independence (Fort^ 246

independent element 483

Indian allies > 188

and a pair of shears 190

character 22

civilization 21

currency 50

Dutch and English efforts... 21

government 18

raids 304

religion 23

reservations 24

Allegany 486

Cattaraugus 486

Niagara 458

map of 25

territory • • • 19

titles...' 309,312

trail 37-2

treaties 39, 116

tribes (map of) 20

troops, last appearance 357

troubles, 1778 281

wam pum - • 27

Indians 354

Algonquins • 21

Cayugas 18, 164

Esopus 87. 88



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Indians, Hurons 161. 163, 164

Iroquois 17, 21,

32, 40, 164, 166, 191, 228, 263, 282

Lenni-Lenapes 40

Manhattan 22

Metowacks 22

IVIincees 22, 40

Mohawks 18, 31,

40, 65, 161, 162, 163, 164, 166, 185

and the tea 213

Mohegans 22

IMohicans 40

Oneidas . . 18, 164, 166, 263, 506

Onondagas 18, 162, 169

expedition against 285

Seneca 18

Tuscarora 18, 263

and Jesuits 162

brave. 23,190

character of 141

friendship of 167

Long House .163

presents to 137

side with the English 24

after the French war 190

Ingoldsby, Major Richard 128

Inland Lock Navigation compa-
nies 324

internal improvements.. 324, 404, 511

navigat ion 324

invasion from Canada, 1780 289

of New York 166, 169

irrepressible conflict 398, 412, 416

Irving, Washington 56, 524*

Jackson, Andrew

..385*, 387, 389, 392, 893, 396, 510

Jamaica 477

James 1 99, 535

James, duke of York, afterwards

James 11 105

abdication 124, 168

admiral of the English

navy 107

and West India company,

98*. 107, 140



PAGE

James, duke of York, becomes

James II 119

brother of Charles 1 1 97

counties named from 535

governor 471

grants to favorites. 105, 135, 139

revokes charter of liberties.

120, 131

zeal for Catholicism 123

(Fort) Ill

Jamestown 437

Jasper, (Fort) 81

Jay, John 215,216, 256

abolition of slavery 259

advocates U. S. constitu-
tion 317

chief justice 280

declaration of rights 217

governor 326, 328*, 338

influence with Washing-
ton 323

treaty with England.. 329, 333

Jefl'erson, Thomas 331*, 339, 348

Jesuit missionaries

22,32, 117, 134, 157, 161

Jogues, Father Isaac 93, 161, 163

Johnson, Andrew 440*

Colonel Guy 228

Samuel 192*, 491

Sir John 232*, 263, 287,288

Sir William

..157, 174*, 185, 206, 211, 228, 485

as an author 523

residence 232*

William Samuel 491*

Johnsons, the 281

Johnstown 233

raid 287

Joliet 32

Jones, Jacob 361

Samuel 331

Joris, Adriaen 43

judicial power 258

system 404

judiciary, appointive 379

elective 405, 531



Index



549



PAGE

judiciary of the State reorgan-
ized 468

July 4 ir3

June election of 1776 237

justices of the peace 382, 405

Kelly, John 454

Kent, James 520*

Kidd, Captain William 135

Kief t, William

39,57,60,61,74, 162,470

Indian war of 79

King James's patent 49

John Alsop 416*

Ruf us 321*, 372

Kings college 491, 492

county 477, 535

Kingsbridge.. 255, 297

Kingston. 47, 87, 256, 274, 275, 279, 307

burned 280

State house, at 463

Knickerbocker rule 389

Knower, Benjamin 380

Kosciusko, Thaddeus..269*. 270, 345
Kruckebeeck, Daniel Van 46

laboring men in 1783 308

Lafayette, Marquis de 298*, 326

statue of 451, 485

visit of 382

Lamb, John 199, 212, 220, 229

landt-tagof 1664 87

LaSalle 32

Lansing, John, jr 317

laws to be enforced 515

Lee (Fort) 246, 250

General Charles 234*

Robert E 432, 438

Leggett, William 394

legislation 483, 485

legislative power, growth of 470

legislature, migratory 304

of 1702 140

salary of members 449

Leisler, Jacob... 106, 125-130, 168, 503
Lemon, Jonathan. 412



PAGE

LeMoyne, Father Simon. 163, 164, 165

Leverette, John 84

Lewis, Francis 219, 239,441

Harris 454

Morgan 339, 340*, 492

Lewiston 369

Lexington, battle of 208, 2l6

Lexow, Clarence, investigation.. 475

liberal republicans. 447

liberty pole 204, 206

statue of 462

libraries in New York city 476

Lincoln, Abraham.. .422. 423, 424,

. . .431, 432, 434, 436, 437, 457, 513

and Horace Greeley 517

death of 438,526

enforcement of law 515

Earl of 156

liquor traffic 61, 69, 411

literature fund ,...494

inviolate 405

Little Britain 504

Falls 324, 469

Livingston family 238, 340, 503

Brockholst 504*

Edward 339, 504*

■ Manning 441

Philip 192, 216*, 239, 441, 503

Robert 116*, 135, 137, 503

Robert R. . .197, 212, 219, 256, 504

advocates U. S. constitu-
tion 317

chancellor . . 260*

gives oath to Washington. 323

invention of steamboats..

345. 347

minister to France 339, 345

Walter 260

William 523

local option 448

Lockyear, Captain 214

locof ocos 401

Long Island 45, 106,304

battle of 240

City 477

Sound . 47



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PAGE

Longfellow, Henry W 426

lotteries prohibited 379

Loudon, John C, Eiirl of

178, 181, 184*

Samuel 336

Louis XIV 94, 97*, 107,

109, 112, 147, 165, 168, 179, 180

Louisiana purchase ,.339

Lovelace, Governor Francis

105, 110, 111

Governor John 145

Low, Isaac 215, 216

Lowell, James R 426

Lundy's Lane 357

Lyman, General 175

McCaulay, James 311

McClellau, George B 437*

McClintock, Thomas 407

McDougall, Alexander 215, 216

McDonough, Captain Thomas...

357, 359*,360

McEvors, James 1 96

Mackenzie, Canadian leader 397

Macomb, General Alexander

354, 357, 359*, 360

McGregor, (Mt.) 462

McHenry (Fort) 362

McKinley, William 477, 478*, 479

McMaster, William Bach, q 315

Madison, James. . . .317, 347*, 363, 372

Magaw, Colonel Robert 249

Malone, Blather, upholds the flag. 434

Manchester 376

Manhattan 45, 50

and Indian war 72

bank 333, 340

becomes New Amsterdam... 83

island 35, 42, 45, 535

purchased of the Indians... 45

staple rights to 57

Manning, Captain John 110

manufactures 335

map of distribution of Indian

tribes 20

Indian reservations in New

York 25



PAGE.

map of Hudson river and Lake

Champlain 34

New York and New Jersey.. 62

East and West Jersey 115

New York during the Revolu-
tionary war 226

the lower Hudson during the

Revolution 24&

plan of Ticonderoga 263

Fort Stanwix in 1777 267

Niagara Frontier, 1812 358

canals of New York 368

normal schools of New York. 498

Marcy, William L...380, 381, 390*, 398

Marquette 32

Mary II 123*

Massachusetts claim 311

May, Cornelius Jacobsou 43

Hears, Prof. John W 454

meeting in the fields, 1774 215

Megapolensis, Dominie

81,162, 165,522

memorial of 1679 77

Mercer, Colonel 178

Mercier, Father 164

Mexican war 404, 405

Michaelis, Rev. Joseph 56

midnight of the revolution 253

Milborne 129

military duty 105

roads 189

Millet, Father 167

millions for defence 334

minister and schoolmaster 91

Minuit, Peter 44,62, 365

and Bradford 49

missionaries (French) 157

Mississippi river 187

mistress of the seas 360

Mitchell, Dr. Samuel Latham .... 349

mixture of races 93

Mohawk river... 262, 267, 324, 369, 372

monarchy proposed 300

Monckton, Sir Robert 196*

money (continental) 332*

Monmouth, battle of 280

Monroe, James 365*, 380



Index



551



PAGE

Montcalm, Marquis de..l78, 183, 186*

Montgomery (Fort) 246, 272, 279

Gov. John 151

Gen. Kichard 229*

Montour Falls 286

Montreal 31, 186

captured 229

Mooney, William 349

Mooers, Gen. Benjamin 3.57

Gen. William 3.52

Moore, Sir Henry 200, 206

Morgan affair 384, 512

Edwin D.. 418*, .420, 422, 424, 452

William 384

Mormon, Book of 376

hill 376

Mormons, origin of 376

Morning Chronicle, The 340

Courier and Enquirer, The.. 394

Post, The 516

Morris, family 238

chief justice 147

George P 528

Gouverneur 153, 256, 370*

Lewis 152, 219, 239

Lewis 441

Richard 317, 369

Morton, Levi P 476*

Motley, J. L 426

q 91

Mott, Gershom 199

James 406

Mrs. Lucretia 406

Muirson, George 490

Munro, Colonel 179

Murphy, Edward 483

Murray, John, jr 493

Lindley 244, 523*

mutiny act 204

Nanfan, Governor John 137

Napoleon 334

defeat of 356

Nassau county 479

(Fort) 44

built 36

and New Sweden 80



PAGE

national credit 314

government, need of 314

guard organized 437

issues 348

war debt 309

naval achievements 360

navigation act of 1660 143

laws 196

Navy island 397

Necessity ( Fort) 173

negro plots 148, 153

New Amsterdam 83, 164

becomes New York 101

New England 41, 95

and New York 83

threatens war 85

New Hampshire, New York's

claim to 309

New Jersey 114

map of 62, 115

separated from New York. . . 105

New Netherlands 38, 39, 78

capture of 100

once more 110

New Orange Ill

New Orleans, battle of 362

New Rochelle 94

New Utrecht .535

New Windsor 299

New Years day 92

New Y^ork a ducal province 103

abandoned 243

accepts the constitution 318

and New Enghind united 122

and New Jersey again united. 122

associated press 394

at the close of the revolution. 306

bay 33, 381

bureau of Military statistics. 437

city 230, 304, 322, 464

capture of 100

great fire, 1776 247

great fire, 1835 395

growth of 395

hospital 210

in Stuyvesant's time 90

in 1783 306



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PAGE

New York cit}' schools 411

claims relinquished 309

committed to revolution 221

counties 535

county 535

Courier and Enquirer 389

development of .- . . .399

disfranchised 205

first election, 1777 260

first legislature 280

first supreme court 280

future of 317

Gazette 198, 522

importance of in Burgoyne's

siege 276

in literature 522-528

in 1760 191

invaded, 1813 354

Journal 522

Journal of Commerce 394

loyalty of 418,422

movement in literature 526

of 1900 529-534

politics 329, 339, 377

prosperity of 421

provincial congress, 1775, 220

public library 476

quiet in exciting period 420

quota of 425, 426, 433

schools 363, 531

settlement of 35

share in the revolution 304

Society library 192

the empire State 529

war governor 422

Newburg 252, 273, 299, 307

address, 1783 300

newspaper period 393

newspapers, 336

Newtown 477

New Yorker, The 516

Niagara 150, 369

Falls 190

electric povver 475

(Fort) 171, 174, 185, 190

taken 185

frontier, map of 358



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Niagara river 354, 384, 397, 443

Nicola, Colonel 300



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