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Boston frigate engagement with the Ambuscade, his manners, his promptness, his style and equipage, occupied by the Americans, people of, project expedition against Penobscot, BOTETOURT, Lord, Governor of Vir- ginia, i. 345 i. 346 i. 359 i. 379 i. 379 i. 380 i. 383 i. 384 i. 395 1. 395 i. 459 i. 459 ii. 7 ii. 142 ii. 177 ii. 184 ii. 192 ii. 193 ii. 194 ii. 196 iii. 511 v. 181 i. 351 i. 352 i. 352 i. 852 opening of the session, i. 352 dissolves the House of Burgesses, i. 854 i. 360 BOUQUET, Colonel, stationed at Rays- i. 299 town, i. 275 sends out a reconnoitring party, i. 279 roga and Crown Point, i. 293 makes a stand at the Isle aux Noix, i. 293 BRADDOCK, Major General Edward, i. 154 lands at Hampton, i. 156 invites Washington to join his staff, i. 157 i. 160 i. 166 i. 167 i. 163 sets out from Alexandria, i. 169 to Governor Morris, his impatience and obstinacy, [See end of the Index. expedition against Fort Frontenac, Brandywine (battle of the) cannon- 405 i. 153 1. 153 i. 152 i. 169 i. 171 i. 174 i. 174 i. 176 i. 178 v. 195 iii. 202 iii. 203 iii. 207 iii. 20S iii. 200 iv. 198 i. 491 iii. 467 iv. 171 i. 466 i. 467 i. 468 i. 472 V. 36 preparations for retreat from Bos- embarkation from Boston, plans for the attack on Long Island, ships move up to Bourdett's Ferry, i. 272 i. 273 i. 274 iii. 177 iii. 180 ii. 501 iii. 1 iii. 84 invasion from Canada, BROOKS, Lieutenant General, attacks BROWN, Dr., attends Washington, recognition of Washington's rank, sent to reconnoitre, and Major Livingston take Fort ་ iii. 92 BURGOYNE, General, arrives at Boston, i. 459 i. 459 i. 473 iii. 129 ii. 3 iii. 144 4 4 iii. 494 ii. 4 iv. 340 iv. 476 V. 48 ii. 309 iii. 258 v. 813 drives Colonel Maclean back, roga, threatens Diamond Island, ii. 267 ii. 43 ii. 65 Brunswick troops hired by England, rejects Tarleton's proposals, works thrown up, second attack, British again retreat, spectators, third attack, ii. 89 ii. 93 ii. 233 iv. 56 iii. 263 ii. 210 iv. 56 iv. 58 Americans driven from the breast- work on the left, British advance with the bayonet, Stark, Reed, and Knowlton main- Putnam endeavors to rally the i. 464 i. 466 i. 474 i. 476 i. 476 i. 477 i. 476 i. 477 i. 478 i. 478 i. 479 i. 479 i. 480 i. 480 i. 480 i. 480 i. 481 troops, British take possession, relative merits of the American ii. occupied by the British, vote thanks to Washington and his officers, i. 483 5 i. 137 cannonading at Bunker's Hill, accused by Junius, The Maid of the Oaks," Walpole's witticism, 66 4 "The Heiress" praised by Walpole, ii. 4 ii. 27 ii. 28 proposes an interview with Lee, ii. 238 ii. 240 iii. 81 feeling towards the Indians, at Fort Edward, opposite Saratoga, to Lord Germain on his prospects, moves across the Hudson, on the situation of the ladies, news from Clinton, prepares for battle, at the burial of General Fraser, ii. ii. ii. iii. 91 iii. 93 iii. 95 iii. 97 iii. 99 concerning Lady Ackland, destruction of Schuyler's property, iii. 100 iii. 107 iii. 112 iii. 150 iii. 150 fii. 151 iii. 153 iii. 155 iii. 158 iii. 174 iii. 180 iii. 189 iii. 221 iii. 222 iii, 225 iii. 226 iii. 227 iii. 228 iii. 229 iii. 231 iii. 232 iii. 233 iii, 234 iii. 234 iii. 237 iii. 252 iii. 253 iii. 255 iii. 257 iii. 260 iii. 260 iii. 261 iii. 262 iii. 263 iii. 264 iii. 265 iii. 266 iii. 266 iii. 269 iii. 270 iii. 271 terms of capitulation, kind reception by Schuyler, iii. 272 iii. 276 iii. 381 iv. 454 BURKE, Edmund, on the employment ii. 56 i. 331 ii. 302 i. 194 the detachments fall back upon him accompanies Wayne, BUTLER, Lieutenant Colonel, to in- Cedars, York, tries to entrap D'Estaing, prevented by the ice, marches to Burlington, at Fort Washington, "rousing gospel preacher," his church burnt, ii. 367 iii. 515 popular excitement, CALLBECK, Mr., taken prisoner, INDEX. i. 195 BRYANT, Lieutenant, at Throg's Neck, BYRD, Mr., visits the garrison, to Washington, Cambridge, assembling of patriots, flight of American militia, iv. 214 v. 102 iv. 315 iii. 468 iii. 469 iii. 476 iii, 469 iii. 469 i. 491 C. CADWALADER, Colonel John, com- mands detachment of volunteers, ii. 468 ii. 468 ii. 494 ii. 494 ii. 495 ii. 497 ii. 501 ii. 281 ii. 382 ii. 420 ii. 422 ii. 226 i. 266 ii. 291 iii. 477 iv. 7 his return home, in the fight at Springfield, iv. 7 CALDWELL, Mrs., killed by the British, iv. iv. 67 ii. 110 i. 375 i. 411 iv. 95 407 amount of forces, embarks from Montreal, retreats to Montreal, iii. 247 iii. 17 iii. 17 makes a sortie, treatment of Americans, plan of campaign, takes possession of Crown Point, returns to Canada, iii. 408 iii. 473 iii. 478 iii. 479 iii. 479 iii. 479 iii. 479 iii. 480 ii. 292 ii. 66 iv. 376 ii. 238 iii. 350 iii. 361 iii. 364 iii. 483 iii. 483 Cape Breton to be reduced, commands the battery at the Isle persuades Indians to war against the Americans, iii. 484 i. 265 flies from Montreal, treatment of Montgomery's mes- sengers, captures Dearborn and party, ii. 126 to remain in Canada, to Washington on peace, to Washington on negotiations for ii. 152 ii. 161 ii. 214 ii. 215 ii. 215 ii. 216 ii. 469 ii. 410 ii. 414 ii. 415 iii. 29 peace, to Washington on peace CARLETON, Major, captures Forts CARLISLE, Earl of, commissioner from state of Philadelphia, to George Selwyn, iv. 403 iv. 420 iv. 424 iv. 424 iv. 439 iv. 171 iii. 410 iii. 411 escape, iv. 167 ii. 320 iv. 327 iii. 472 desolating expedition against Con- necticut, iii. 478 iii. 497 iii. 497 iii. 498 iii. 499 iv. 27 disembarks at St. John's Island, advance to Charleston, on Charleston Neck, fall of Charleston, iv. 55 56 iv. 67 iv. 80 sends expeditions into the interior, iv. iv. 81 iv. 106 iv. 149 409 sends commission relative to André, iv. 150 iv. 216 on the destruction of Cornwallis' iv. 245 to Cornwallis for troops, iv. 309 iv. 338 hears of the Virginia expedition, iv. 357 iv. 385 refuses to deliver the murderer of iv. 30 iv. 54 iv. 395 iv. 400 ii. 430 iii. 473 recalled at his own request, Closter Dock, landing of British, COATES, Lieutenant Colonel, at Monk's decamps in silence, Cobble Hill, fortified by Putnam, COFFIN, Major, put to flight, burned in effigy, iv. 325 iv. 326 iv. 329 iii. 493 iv. 48 iv. 364 iii. 226 i. 340 i. 340 COCHRANE, Major, march from Savan- COLLIER, Admiral Sir George, con- expedition up the Hudson, confers with Sir Henry Clinton, Britain, land at Philadelphia, embark for England, i. 340 i. 221 iii. 495 iii. 497 iii. 499 iii. 501 iii. 512 iii. 512 iii. 409 iii. 411 iii. 414 iii. 415 iii. 375 Howe, i. 420 suspect a design on the magazine ii. 343 i. 429 i. 440 i. 443 ii. 398 iii. 401 i. 421 i. 430 i. 432 urge the enlistment of troops, Concord, military stores collected at, alarm of the people, exertions to remove and conceal i. 432 advance of the British, take possession of the town, i. 432 i. 433 British retreat harassed by the |