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Ames — Chastellux
Boone, Daniel, adventures in Kentucky, 383-385.
Boston, Old South Church, 4; Records, 14, 17, 21; description in 1750, 61-63; observation of the Sabbath, 63; merrymaking in, 240-243; effect of an earthquake in 1727, 261-262; riot against the Stamp Act, 397-400; troops in, 420-423; "massacre," 429-431; "tea-party," 431-433; siege of, 550-554. — See also Massachusetts, Revolution.
Boston Athenæum, catalogue, 22.
Boston Gazette, 263.
Boston Public Library, 10; catalogue, 22.
Boudinot, Elias, An Investigation of British Military Prisons, 508-511; Life, 511.
Boudinot, Jane J., Life of Elias Boudinot, 511.
Boundaries, of states, 542-543; English, 624. — See also Colonies, Land, Treaty.
Boyle, Robert, Voyages and Adventures, 77.
Braddock, General, defeated, 365-367.
Bradford, Alden, Speeches of Massachusetts Governor, 12.
Bradford, William, Life and Correspondence of Joseph Reed, 20.
Brewton, Miles, and others, The Evil Deeds of the Spaniards, 340-344.
British Museum, Americana in, 10.
Brookline, town records, 5.
Brown, John Carter, library, 10.
Brymner, Douglas, Canadian Archives, 17.
Buckingham, Joseph T., Specimens of Newspaper Literature, 263.
Bunker Hill, battle, 550-551.
Burgoyne, John, lenity of America to, 480; surrender, 565-568; Madame Riedesel's opinion of, 566.
Burk, J.D., History of Virginia, 15.
Burke, Edmund, European Settlements, 20, 126, 150; distance from colonies a disadvantage, 31; Need of Relieving Georgia, 124-126; The Law in all our Provinces,149-150.
Burnaby, Andrew, Travels, 20, 89; New-York City, 87-89.
Burnet, William, A Defence of Paper Money, 251-253.
Bute, Lord, head of the English army, 379.
Byles, Mather, A Poetical Lamentation occasioned by the death of his Late Majesty King George the First, 258-260; Collection of Poems, 260.
Byrd, William, house, 4; History of the Dividing Line, 141, 238; Society in Virginia, 235-238.
CAMBRIDGE (Mass.), battery at, 4; A Spirited Remonstrance, 401-402; manuscript records, 402; camp at, 552.
Camden, battle of, 610.
Camp life, at Washington's headquarters, 495-497; in Canada, 504-507; at Valley Forge, 568-573. — See also Army.
Canada, Archives, 17; fur trade in, 322-324; government of, 324-326; Hessian troops in, 504-507. — See also French, Indians.
Canterbury, Archbishop of, on bishops in America, 289-290.
Cape Breton, expeditions against, 59, 60.
Carolinas, settlements in, 94-100; government of, 143; campaigns in, 606-608. — See also North Carolina, South Carolina.
Carroll, B.R. Historical Collections of South Carolina, 17, 21, 344.
Carver, John, value of personal experience, 3; A Concise Character of the Indians, 334-336; Travels, 336
Castelman, Richard, Philadelphia, A Noble, Large, and Populous City, 74-77; Voyage, Shipwrack, and Miraculous Escape, 77.
Catalogues, as guides to sources, 22.
Chalmers, George, Revolt of the American Colonies, 15; Opinions of Eminent Lawyers, 19.
Channing, Edward, Guide to the Study of American History, 3-6, 11, 14, 16, 23, 26, 28; American History Leaflets, 5, 12, 20; Student's History of the United States of America, 34.
Charleston, St. Michael's Church, 4, 285; description in 1699, 94-95; in 1742, 99; surrender of, 606.
Charters, as sources, 5; New England, defended, 133-137; loss of New England, 135-136; right of Parliament to annul questioned, 137; rights under, 394-395. — See also Colonies, Constitution.
Chastellux, Marquis de, on the American