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American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, 17, 43, 52, 58.

An Hwui, province, 124.

Anglo-Chinese dictionary, First, compiled by Dr. Robert Morrison, 14, 114.

Anhui, province, 53.

Annapolis, Naval Academy at, Chinese students refused admission, 207.

Arch, Stone, marking boundary between Chêhkiang and Kiangsi, 83.

Arnold, Dr. Thomas, of Rugby, 31.

Arsenal, see Kiang Nan Arsenal.

Assam tea, see Tea.

Auburn Academy, Auburn, N. Y., 22.

Baltimore clipper ships, 80.

Barnes, Brigadier-General, of Springfield, Mass., 158.

Bartlett, Daniel, son of Rev. Shubael Bartlett, 26.

Bartlett, Prof. David E., 24.

Bartlett, Mrs. Fanny P., 24.

Bartlett, Rev. Shubael, pastor of East Windsor (Conn.) Congregational church, 25, 26.

Bible, The, translated by Dr. Robert Morrison, 14, 114.

Blaine, James G., champion against Chinese, 208.

Blue feather. Wearing of, mark of rank, 154; see also Rank.

Boats, Chinese, 79, 82.

Bore of Tsientang River, 81.

Bribery in Chinese government, one cause of Taiping rebellion, 119; see also Graft.

Bridgeman, E. C., work on Anglo-Chinese dictionary, 114.

"Brothers in Unity," debating society at Yale, Yung Wing assistant librarian, 39; see also "Linonia."

Brown, Mrs. Elizabeth, home at East Windsor, Conn., 25.

Brown, Mrs. Phœbe H., mother of Dr. S. R. Brown, 29; author of hymn, 30, 252.

Brown, Miss Rebekah, preceptress at Munson Academy, 28; also 189.

Brown, Dr. Samuel Robins, opens Morrison school (1839), 13; assisted by W. A. Macy, 16; personal qualifications, 17; return to U. S. accompanied by three students, 18; provides for support of their parents, 19; willow trees planted at Auburn, N. Y., 22; uses influence in obtaining financial support for Yung Wing, 36; also 12, 34, 36, 43.

Burlingame Treaty of 1868 disregarded, 208.

Bushnell, Dr. Horace, meeting with Yung Wing, 256.

Campbell, A. A., 20.

Canton, city, Wong Foon practices medicine in, 33; dialect of, 52; revolting conditions attending insurrection (1855), 53.

Canton and Siang Tan, overland transport trade between, 87.

"Celestial Empire of Universal Peace," 120.