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Declaration of Independence, pro- Dunn, John, his letter concerning
ceedings in Congress prior to, J. D. Hunter, 106.
ed with the form adopted, 388. tion on the language of the Ber-
pedition of Ferdinand de Soto,
Indians, 118, note--its feathers,
quence, 35—-less known, and Sandwich Islands, and aids the
- his return to America, 206.
Frothingham V, Dutton, in the
style from the preceding books,
death of General Pinckney, no-
Gaetano, said to have discovered
the Sandwich Islands, 335.
Gales & Seaton's Register of De-
Gesenius, his works on the Sama-
ritan Pentateuch, &c. 274-his mals peculiar to the old and new
-his controversy with other
correspondence, quoted, 382, Hassler, on the survey of the Unit-
ed States coasts, 9.
Grammar, noticed, 228. -defects reviewed, 334-size and popu-
condition when visited by the
idolatry, 340-causes leading to
tions, 344--its volcanoes, 349—
affecting scene among the na-
expressed by few letters, ib.
el, 356-specimens of the writ-
ten language, 357, 358—no
words equivalent to many lead-
in the constitution of the United Hayradin See Barbarossa,
Heckewelder, his character, 61-his
character partial, 63-errors no-
the North American Indians, Heiau, idol temple of the Sand-
Tamehameha described, ib.
tration of justice, 254, note. -the subject bold, 15-several
passages cited, 17 to 23—high
Hobbes, first in modern times to Indians of North America, their
assail the genuineness of the state on the discovery of the con-
tinent, 53-little progress made
in acquaintance with their char-
purposes, 103-its aspect upon glers and prophets, 54-laws,
and administration of justice, 55
-anecdotes, 58—the Catholic
Portugal, 420_frames a treaty 57–-Charlevoix, 56-little done
by the British colonies, ib.
Residence among the Indians, the Israelites, ib.-difficulty of
ponceau's philological remarks,
guages of the Indians, radically and arranging the languages;
different from the Sioux, 74. examples and illustrations, 79 to
92-traditionary legend of the
Indian population, not to be at-
es, and their established habits,
108—-power of abstinence and
297-in the Sandwich Islands, destruction of game, 110—of
small pox, and ardent spirits, ib.
tendency to combination of ence of the whites have de-
to promise the best result, 119.
Ingersoll, C. J. Discourse in com-
waii, 342—favors the Mission-
Kennicott, his judgment respect-
opinion on the constitutional 276.
question respecting, quoted,449. Keppuolani, a chief woman of
Hawaii, 340, 343.
succession of prophets, 298-the tain Martin's case, 143.
Lafayeite, interview with Red
Jacket, 67, note.
diction of the Pentateuch as tion, found among the Algerines,
to 93-classification of the dia-
Adelung's survey examined, 84
Hawaiian dialect, and Polynesia.
against the slave trade, 387,392. Latin language, remarks on its
ment in, 253, 254-recent pro-
cellently adapted to poetry, 14. unembarrassed in the U. States,
New York, 257—of insurance,
ter and typography, 398,-edu-
entrance into public life, 379
.-a leader of the popular par-
ty, 380—takes an active part in
the early stage of the revolution, 160—importance of its acquisi-
ion quoted, 397—his death, 398. Mansfield, Lord, on the multiplica-
to the western territory, 378. Marchmont Needham, Quincy's
under this signature,
ning to be more attended to, ž55. Marriage, among the Algerines,
ings of jurisconsults, quoted, Marsh, Joseph, 180,
Marshal, Ch. Justice, opinion of,
midshipman of the U. S. navy, Marshman, translator of Confucius,
Mather, Cotton, on Indian names,
thenes, 35~correct, but wants Medical schools in America, their
Mellen, Ch. Justice, his opinion in
script of Milton's treatise, 365. nebeck purchase, &c. cited, 31
Poems selected from, 'noticed, ebration of Bunker Hill, noticed,
209—quoted, 211–his Lines on
knowledge of the native Ameri- Metlin, Robert, anecdote of his
462-preference of the federal
contributions to the U. S. Liter- public, 463–European interest
the Moravian Nuns, quoted, ib. Miller, Sam. D. D. his Discourse
phical Society of New Jersey,