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marks on slavery, 125; involuntary servitude and a re- | QUINOY, JOSIAL, JR., birth and parentage of; early educa-
political writings, 832; ill health ; voyage to South Car-
Charleston; Christopher Gadsden's speech; returns to
Boston ; observations on the Boston Port Bill; warned
to desist from political writing; sails for England; his
correspondence; letter to Joseph Reed, 883, 834; retards
An appeal under the signature of “Hyperion,” 834;
251 ; history of the first settlement at, 253; incidents of, ism required, 884.
Speech in defence of the soldiers of the Boston mas-
sacre, 886; the soldiers' rights, 386; the citizen and the
soldier, 837, liberty, 838; Farmer's letters, 839; the
spirit of Erglish jurisprudence, 845.
of Louisiana, il. 574.
Raleigh Star, il. 55.
cine; Dr. Bond, College of Pennsylvania; Dr. Rush;
from Bowdoin College; accepts a tutorship at Natchez, character, i. 808; oratory; oration on the fourth of Ju-
ence," 310 ; equality; industry and frugality; home
spun; private economy; the arts and sciences; edu-
cation, 311; eloquence "the child of a free state,” 312;
authority of the States; commerce, 818; benefit to Car-
olina; the tobacco trade; cotton and rice ; slitting mills;
quences of independence; population, 315; union the
pleasure of God, 317; the aborigines of Louisiana, 81&;
RANDOLPH, EDMUND, I. 43; ii. 873, 463, 465; birth of; joins
his uncle Peyton Randolph ; delegated to the Virginia
Convention; appointed Attorney General of Virginis;
clerk of the House of Delegates; practises law; suc-
coss ; elected Governor of Virginia ; Annapolis Con.
vention; Federal Convention; his career in that body;
the Virginia Convention ; appointed Attorney General
of the United States; Secretary of State ; trial of Aaron
Speech on the Federal Constitution; picture of the
country; case of Josiah Phillips, i. 165; union; neces
sary to Virginia, 166, 167; British debts, 168; navigation
of the Mississippi; bordering States; Rhode Island; pa-
ject of a confederacy, 171; state of the country, 171, 172;
answer to George Mason, 173; speech in the trial of Read, MB. — of South Carolina, ii. 74; see William B.
Canandaigua lake; indignation and rebuke of Corn-
tains his chieftainship by working on the superstitions
Cornplanter; his speech; war of 1812; his neutrality;
his father; education and incidents of his early life; his anecdotes illustrative of his character and eloquence,
ary, Cram, 429.
Carolina Convention; called to amend the State Consti-
Speech on the tariff, 1824, 169; reply to P. P. Bar- | REYNOLDS, Thomas, treachery of, i. 526.
of, ii. 506; the bonus of the National Bank, and the
Genuine statesman, an extract from a speech on re ROBESPIERRE, “ the nation of France," ii. 69.
in the army, 476; Tristam Burges' reply to, 820, 822. ROBINSON, John, his affray with James Otis, i. 4.
Robinson's Admiralty Reports, quoted, 99, 114.
RODGERS, Ann Maria, wife of William Pinkney, ii. 98.
ROGERS, DR. of New York, at Edinburgh, i. 525.
ROBEZ, ALBERT ROLAZ DU, il. 130.
Ross, JAMES, resolutions of, relative to the navigation of the SALLUST, Catiline conspiracy of, i. 551.
Mississippi, i. 475, 667; il. 846, 850.- See Gouverneur Saratoga, il. 864.
SARGENT, Lucius MAxlus, his sketch of the life of Samuel
Dexter, ii. 287.
"Satis eloquentiæ, sapientiæ parum," i. 518.
with Doctor Finley; enters college; college life; studies SavaBY, Me, testimony in the trial of J. F. Knapp, il.
SELFRIDGE, Thomas 0., trial of, for killing Charles Austin;
tion is not over," 849; commissioner to England, il. 132. ral; appointed by Jefferson, Commissioner of Bank.
rupts; argument in the Supreme Court of Pennsylvanis;
chosen to the House of Representatives of Pennsylrania,
question; appointed minister to the Congress of Pans.
ma by President Adams; re-election to Congress;
his decree on the qnestion of the title to the Pea-patch
Speech on the Missouri question ; Pennsylvania,
sion from the United States to Pennsylvania, 1758;
States have a capacity to contract with individ-
of his father; studies in the Temple; commences prac Stato may contract, 510; the ordinance of 1757, 511;
SEWALL, SAMUEL, 1. 2; IL 422.
SEWALL, STEPHEN, biographical sketch of, 1. 2; ii. 448.
SHARP, MARGARET, 11, 533.
SHARPLESS, ME, portrait painter, anecdote of, 1. 552.
Shaw, Mrs., daughter of Gen. Greene, 1. 449.
tatives relative to the seizure of the posts at, ii. 273. SHEPARD, MR.-See Knapp's trial.
SHERMAN, ROGER, 1. 296, 350.
Sheriffs, to be collectors of revenue, 1. 88
SHILLABER, Me.-See Knapp's trial.
lege; studies law with Samuel Sewall; enters office of
Samuel Putnam, of Salem; declines office; early lite-
rary efforts; election to Legislature, ii. 422; his legal
publications; appointed Judge of Supreme Court; pro-
fessorship at Cambridge; personal habits; death, ii. 428,
can Indians, 498; sketch of Samuel Dexter quoted, 237.
STORY, WM. W., life of Joseph Story by, il. 422.
STOUGHTON, JAMES, killed by P. M. Goodwin, i, 537.
STRONG, NATHAN, ii. 34.
cided, ii. 44; impairs industry, 49; has any State in the SULLIVAN, GENERAL, proposed by John Jay, for the Ameri-
i. 158, 226, 412, 449, 527 ; ii. 84, 289; remarks of, relative
Samuel Dexter, recorded by, ii. 239.-See Hartford
generation, il. 48; property in, 49; condition of in tho Swann, Thomas, ii. 441.
SWARTWOUT, COL.-Seo "Miranda's Expedition."
TALLEYBAND, M., ii. 59, his answer to Mr. Livingston, 841.
TALLIEN AND BARRAS, " the nation of France,'' ii. 69.
Tariff, speech on the, by John Randolph of Roanoke, ii.
Calhoun's speech on the, 1816, 488; the praises of, to be
bung to the tune of Old Hundred, 565.
Smith, ii. 154,
TAYLOR, John, ii. 34.
TECUMSEH, birth; early exploits; forms a plan of aniting
all the Western tribes of Indians, to oppose the Ameri-
cans; his speeches; abuse of the United States; his
the British; holds the rank of Brigadier General; bat.
lution in, by Ramsay, 309; speeches of John Rutledge Miller; death at the battle of the Thames; anecdotes,
Proctor, ii. 355, 356.
TENNENT, WILLIAM, life of, by Elias Boudinot, i. 263, — 309.
Tennessee, powers of the district judges of, under the old
States and, relative to the navigation of the Mississippi, TERRY, NATHAN. See Hartford Convention.
THACHER, OXENBRIDGE, opposes the writs of assistance;
author of “The Sentiments of a British American,"
i. 2; notice of, ii. 446.
Adams, 1. 823.
“ The Jubilee of the Constitution," an address before the
New York Historical Society, by John Q. Adams,
Theology, a new era in, 11. 429.
" Thirty Years' Viero," quoted, ii. 190.
ΤποχPSON, , Me of Van, ii. 72.
THORPE T. B., his reminiscences of $. 8. Prentiss, ii. 580.
Ticonderoga, i. 54.
TONE, THEOBALD WOLFE, il. 548.
TOOKE, HORNE, anecdote of, and the English judge, ii. 175.
TOWNSEND, CHARLES, death of, 1. 820.
Vincennes, Ohio, Tecumseh's speech at, 1810, il 255.
his eloquence; studies law; practice; elected to Con- Vinegar HUI, battle of, i. 526.
B. Giles, resigning his seat in the United States Senate.
WADSWORTII, J., of Conn, at Philadelphia, il. 9.
Ward*: Essay on Contraband, ii. 106.
WARREN, JOSEPH, birth of his parentage, gradastes et
studies medicine; success in the treatment of small-pos:
marries a daughter of Dr. Richard Hooton; commencas
his political life; quotation from a private letter of
utes to the Boston Gazette, under the signature of a
true patriot; quotation from; orations in commemora-
tion of the Boston massacre; anecdote illustrative of
sketch of Gouverneur Morris, 456; his sketcb of the life death, during an engagement with the British on their
vincial Congress of Massachusetts; the battle of Banker
Hill; death of Warren, i. 59; oration on the Boston
inassacre, i. 60, 380, 559; tribute to, ii. 364.
of, 11. 35.
of military life; desire to enter the British navy; mid-
September, 1790, L. 94; address to the people of, on the ed major in the Virginia militia; visits the valley of the
value of exports from the to the British West Indies, 89. Quesne; marriage ; delegate to the Congress of 1774;
chosen Commander-in-chief of the American army; his
career; retires to Mount Vernon; the Federal Conren-
United States; farewell address; appointed Lieutenant-
address, 1789, 252; reception at New York, 252.
Farewell address, 254; speech on receiving his ap-
army, 254; union, 255; North and South; East andi
West; geographical discriminations, 256; Mississippi;
treaties with Spain and Great Britain; a government
faction enfeeb administration parties; rociprocal
prospority; education; publio credit, 238; revenue :