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ABINGDON, town of, described, iii.
American Academy of Arts and Sci-
of Georgia, 277
sess over Europe pointed out, iii. 281
Thire, defcribed, ii. 63
Albany, city of, described, ii. 320
river, described, i. 191
perfectly known to the ancients, i. Ime
Pretensions of the Welch to the first
_Their insensibility to bodily pain
those of the old continent, 125, & leg.
157--And settled, ib. & seq.---Its
and itlands, 172-Divisions, 174
of, i. 204
situation, extent and boundaries, i. 175 ington chosen President of the United
Sketch of events which preceded the
Philadelphia cvacuated Brifos, M. his account of the Betteringa
town ef, described, ib.
Action between the British and
California, described, iv. 107.
of his erew, 21-His address in quiet.
ing their cabals, 22--Indications of
discovered, ib.--He lands, 24-His inc
terview with the natives, ib.-Names
scribed, iv. 2-Situation, extent and his discoveries southward, 26--Disco.
Europe, 33–His expedient to preserve
a storm, 34-Arrives at the Azores,
ception in Spain, ib.--His audience
equipment for a second voyage, 39–
Itroyed, 41--Builds a city, which he
part of the country, 43--His men dis,
contented and factious, 44--Discovers
brother Bartholomew at Isabella, ib.--
begin to be alarmcd, 46-He defeats
them, ib.-Returns to Spain to justify
his conduct, 51-Is furnished with a
-His third voyage, 54-Discovers the
iland of Trinidad, ib.-Discovers the
continent of America, 56 - State of
poses the mutiny of Roldan and his ad-
berents, 58-Is distressed by the factious
carried to Spain against him, ib. Is
sent home in irons, 66–Clears his
conduct, but is not restored to his au.
thority, 67–His solicitations neg-
tion of, i. 4–His carly vay: ges, ih.-- covery, 70-Engages in a fourth voyage,
of Jamaica, 73-His artisce to secure
Concord, town of, in New Hampshire, ji. Elkton, town of, described, in. 4
Elkhorn river, described, iii. 127
and boundaries, ii. 235–Air and cli- the United States, iii. 327
4-Constitutions of Niagara, i. 183
law, 278---Mode of levying taxes, 279 Fayetteville, town of, described, iii. 204
Fever, malignant, at Philadelphia, account
of, ii. 425
Flax, on the culture of, iii. 440
Flowering trees, enumerated, iii. 395
Franklin, Dr. his anecdotes of the Indians,
Fredericksburgh, town of, defcribed, iii. 98
Frederica, town of, described, iii. 272
French postessions in South-America, dc-
scribed, iv, 213
Weft-Indies, described, iv. 309
nut, enumerated, iii, 396
under Paterson, 120
and boundaries, ii. 461-Face of the George-town, in Maryland, described, iii.
--- in South-Carolina, described,
improvements, 468-Constitution, ib. boundaries, iij. 262–Climate, ib.-
Face of the country, 263-Soil, pro-
ductions, &c. 267–Remarkable spring,
271-- Population, 373—Religion and
tures, 276--S:ate of literature, 277–
Constitution, 278—Indians, ib.
Grafas, cultivated, lift of, iii. 400
native, list of, ib.
Poffeffioas in South-America, de- described, iv, 255
New. See New-Grenada
Greenland Well, described, iv. 47
- East, described, iv. 61
Green river, described, iji. 127
Greenville, towu of, described, iji. 205
Grollos, three remarkable ones in Penn-
sylvania, described, ii. 402