History of the United States of America From the Discovery of the Continent

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Washingtons Mission to Fort Le Boeuf 69 The First Fort at Pittsburg 72
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Measures of the Colonies 73 Plans for Taxes by Parliament 73Washing
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The American Colonies p 83Their Population 83White 84Black
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Georgia 84South Carolina 85North Carolina 86Virginia 86Mary
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New England 96Its Traditions 101Its Creed
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to the Lords 106State of the Whig Party 107 Policy towards New York
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He visits Pitt 458The Silk Weavers become Riotous 458Bedfords
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Shirleys Plans 112Franklins Opinions of them 112Shirley on Franklin
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Plan for 1755 p 119Howe captures the Alcide and the Lys 120
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The Defeat 125Death of Braddock 125 General Consternation 126 Peace
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They are disarmed 129The English take Beau Séjour 130The Removal
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Battle 139Shirley fails to reach Niagara 141His Opinion on Indepen
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Houses 156Capture of Oswego by Montcalm 157Loudoun uses his Army
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CHAPTER XII
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Powers 182Frederic of Prussia 182State of France 183The New Alli
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Massachusetts 192 Sufferings of the Canadians 192 Amherst and Wolfe
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CHAPTER XIV
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Amherst reaches Crown Point 215Wolfe and Saunders in the St Lawrence
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calm 225Surrender of Quebec
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provokes a War 228The Legislature oppose 229 A Council with
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CHAPTER III
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Franklin rejoins 244Prophecy of American Independence 246Plans
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268Pitt proposes to declare War against Spain 269Is outvoted in the Cabi
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Acts of Trade resisted in Boston 274Speech of James Otis on Writs
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CHAPTER XIX
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after the Peace 290No more Judges but at the Kings Will 291The King
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American Standing Army proposed 364Plan of taxing America 364
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Ministry Incomplete 372Affair of Wilkes 372Whately 373Jackson
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Josephs 379Fort Pitt threatened 379Loss of Fort Miami 380Of Fort
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The King rejects Pitts Advice 391 Retreat of Bute 391Bedford joins
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for America 400Boundaries of the New Provinces 400Pacification
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Boston Instructions 420Excitement at New York 420The Legislature
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tion of the New Provinces 429Canada 429Vermont 431Spirit of
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of Authority 440His Interview with Franklin 440Soame Jenyns on
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tions against it 449The Stamp Act passes 451Receives the Royal Assent
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of Lords 455 Cumberland charged with forming a New Administration
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THE DAYSTAR of THE AMERICAN UNION AprilMay 1765
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Action of Virginia 468Patrick Henry 468Meeting of the Massachusetts
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tions on Industry 477Retaliation 478The Bible for Freedom 478In
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489Measures of the New Ministry
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Master forced to resign 493Riot at Boston 494General Resignation of
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AMERICA REASONS AGAINST THE STAMP ACT ROCKINGHAMs ADMINISTRA
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Samuel Adams enters the Legislature 506Events in New York
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Union 510The English take possession of Illinois 510Colonization
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First of November 519The Press 520Events in New York 521The
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bate in the House of Lords 529In the Commons 531Progress of American
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joinder 544Grafton and Conway desire to see Pitt at the Head of the Gov
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vises to enforce the Stamp Act 559The Division 560Mansfield and Rous
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House of Lords 567It is reversed in the House of Commons 568The
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The Repeal resolved upon 574Opinions of Scotland
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cries for Freedom and Equality 578Bland of Virginia finds a Remedy
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