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Bloomingdale (N. Y.), Van Cort- | Byrd, William, ed, of Virginia,

landt's country place at, 32 | 36, 185
Blue Ridge Mountains, 19 Byrd, William, 3d, of Virginia,
Books, 150-59

70, 129, 139, 156, 209
Bordentown (N. J.), 30
Boston, in 1750, 8 (note), 48– Calhoun, J. C., 140 (note)

49; rum distilled in, 105; Latin i Callister, Henry, indentured sery-
School, 132; fire of 1711, 160;
slave trade, 195, 197; harbor Calvert, Benjamin Leonard, lega-
lights, 213; roads, 216

cy to King William's School,
Boucher, Reverend Jonathan, L 134
137, 138; cited, 206

Calvinists in America, 161
Bragg, James, offers to teach Cambridge (Mass.), Christ
navigation, 142

Church, 177
Brainard, David, 144

Campbell, Jean, indentured serv-
Brainard, John, 144

ant, 184-85
Brattle, Thomas, of Boston, 176 Cape Fear River (N. C.), 20-21,
Bray, Rev. Thomas, commissary 38–40, 47
of Maryland, 157, 175

Card playing, 110-12
Breck, Sarah, wife of Dr. Ben Carolinas, see North Carolina,
jamin Gott, 86

South Carolina
Brewster, William, of Plymouth, | Carriages, 228–29
library of, 152

Carroll, Charles, of Maryland,
Bridges, 226-28

119, 149, 206
Bristol (R. I.), 216

Carter, Benjamin, son of Council-
Brooklyn (N. Y.), 50

man, 123
Brown University, 146

Carter, Councilman, of Virginia,
Brunswick (N. C.), 20, 38, 53 35, 110, 123, 138, 156
Building materials, see Architec Carters of Virginia, 55
ture

Catesby, Mark, naturalist, 90
Bulfinch, Sarah, of Boston, 78– Catholics in colonies, 162, 187
79

Chalkley, T., 207
Bulfinch, Dr. Thomas, of Boston, Charleston (S. C.), 17, 21, 38,
87, 147, 205

40, 43, 107; in 1765, 54; food,
Bulfinch, Thomas, son of Dr. 104; brewing in, 105; theater,
Bulfinch, 147

124; education, 141, 142;
Burgwin, Mrs., of Cape Fear, Jews in, 162; slave trade, 195,
quoted, 174, 210

197-98; slavery, 199; light-
Burlington (N. J.), 30, 31, 32, 61, house, 213; road from Eden-
136

ton to, 222
Burnaby, Andrew, describes Checkley, John, of Boston, 205
marriage custom, 88; travels, Checkley, S., Diary, quoted, 164

(note); cited, 225
Burwell, Nathaniel, character Cherokee Indians and the Ger-

izes his brother Lewis, 137 mans, 22
Byles, Mather, of Boston, 167 Chesapeake Bay, ships on,
Byrd, Maria, 92

211
Byrd, Ursula, wife of Robert Childesbury (S. C.), school at,

Beverley, 86

209

141

Children, infant mortality, 87;, Crokatt, James, of Charleston,

treatment of, 91; at funerals, 68
99

Cross Creek (Fayetteville, N. C.),
Christmas celebrations, 128

21, 39, 148
Church of England in colonies, Custis, Martha, 86, 95

161, 163; church buildings, Cuthbert, Joseph, of Savannah,
169-71; clergymen, 171-75; 92
music, 176-77

Cuyler, Philip, of New York, 81,
Churches, 47, 163-64, 169–77; 149, 217

see also names of denomina-
tions, Religion

Daingerfield, Captain, of Vir-
Claus, Daniel, and Indian lan ginia, 138, 145
guage, 150

Danes in New Hampshire, 17
Cock fighting, 115-16

Dartmouth College, 146
Cocke, Elizabeth, 90

De Lancey, Oliver, of New York,
Coleman, John, 87

89, 139
Colleges, 145–46

De Lancey, Susanna, wife of Sir
Collins, Stephen, of Philadel William Draper, 89
phia, 81, 838

Delaware, 10, 13
Colonies, 1713–63, 3; extent, 3 Dentistry, 84-85

4; commerce, 5; population Divorce, 89
(1763), 6–7; see also names of Dixon, Captain Henry, 138
colonies, New England

Dorchester (S. C.), 43
Columbia University, 146

Douglas, David, and theater in
Commerce, 5, 149; see also America, 124

England, imports from; Slave Draper, Sir William, marries
trade

Susanna De Lancey, 89;
Congregationalists in New Eng travels in America, 210
land, 161; meetinghouses, Dress, 70-83
163-64; Sunday observance, Dry, William, plantation of, 42-
165; ministers, 166–69; music, 43
176

Du Bois, Peter, 222; quoted,
Connecticut, 149; population, 53–54, 111

8; Scotch-Irish in, 9; marriage Dugee, performer on the slack
customs, 88; divorce, 89; at wire, 126
titude toward amusements, Dulaney, Daniel, of Annapolis,
117, 120; horse racing, 118; | 36; brother in duel with Allen,
schools, 131; roads, 216–17; 179

see also Hartford, New Haven | Dunkards, 14
Connecticut River, boats on, Dutch, in New England, 10;
212

houses, 56; in New York,
Convicts transported from Eng 106; schools, 186; language,
land, 190-94

148
Cooper River (S. C.), 41, 42 | Dutch Reformed Church, 161,
Copley, J. S., 147, 206

163
Courthouses, 61
Covenanters, books of, 153 Earle, Mrs. A. M., Child Life in
Creek Indians interfere with Colonial Days, cited, 129
mails, 223

Eaton, Samuel, library of, 152

108

Eaton free school, 137

Fredericksburg (Va.), 87, 52;
Eddis, W., Letters, cited, 55, 76, horse racing at, 117

French, as colonists, 6–7, 9, 16,
Eden, Charles, Governor of North 17-18, 148
Carolina, 172

Friends, see Quakers
Edenton (N. C.), 38, 53; St. Friends' Public School, Phila-

Paul's Church, 172; route from delphia, 134
Richmond to, 220-21

Funerals, 93-95
Education, 130-48, 189

Furniture, 63-64
Edwards, Jonathan, 87, 140, 144,
168

Galbraith, Mrs. Andrew, 86
Edwards, Richard, of Connecti Gambling, 110-12
cut, 152

Games, 110-12, 121, 129
Elizabeth (N. J.), 30, 50

Garden, Commissary, of South
Ellerton, James, tutor, 139

Carolina, 145
Elliott, Grey, library of, 156 Gardiner, Hannah, wife of Dr.
England, influence on colonial McSparran, 87
life, 3; commerce with, 5; Gardner, William, indentured
imports from, 76-82, 101, 105, 1 servant, 185
113, 115, 118, 159, 229; in- | Georgetown (Ga.), 21, 40, 43
dentured servants from, 182; | Georgia, 2, 15, 34, 182; foreign-
convicts from, 190-94; colo ers in, 17; architecture, 60;
nists go to, 204-05

education, 136; Library, 159
Episcopal, Protestant, see Church Germans, as colonists, 6, 21-22,
of England

204, 234-35; in Pennsylvania,
Equipages, 228-30

13-15, 31, 56, 106; in the

South, 16, 17, 19; education,
Fairs, 120-22

134, 135; language, 148; reli-
Falmouth (Va.), 37; roads, 215 gion, 161-62; as indentured
Families, large, 87

servants, 182, 183
Faneuil Hall, Boston, 57

Germantown (Penn.), 31
Farm implements, 68

Germany, imports from, 7677
Farquharson, Dr., of Charleston, Gibbern, Parson, of Virginia, 172
157

Godfrey, Thomas, The Prince of
Ferries, 225-26

Parthia, first American tragedy
Fireworks, 127

acted, 125
Fishing, see Hunting and fishing Godfrey, William, 125
Fithian, Philip, tutor, 138; Goelet, Captain, 123; cited, 8

Diary, cited, 57, 104, 123, (note)
172, 232–33

Goodburne, John, of Virginia,
FitzHugh, William, of Virginia, library of, 152
library of, 152

Gordon, Lord Adam, cited, 49,
Flatland Plains (L. 1.), horse 52, 104; travels through colo-
racing at, 117

nies, 210, 216-17
Food, 96-104

Gott, Dr. Benjamin, 86
Franklin, Benjamin, 125; and Grant, James, Governor of

Library Association, 158; on Florida, oranges grown by,

transportation of felons, 191 100
Frederick (Md.), 36, 37

Greeks in Georgia, 17

188

Green, Rev. Joseph, cited, 100 | Horse racing, 115-20

(note), 176 (note); quoted, Houses, 45-69
225 (note)

Hoyt, Epaphrus, quoted, 97
Groton (Conn.), 168

(note)
Gunpowder Day, 128

Huddlestons, schoolmasters, 136

Hudson River, ships on, 211
Hadley, John, inventor of quad- Huguenots as colonists, 6-7, 9,
rant, 125

16-17, 148
Hagerstown (Md.), 37

Hume, Robert, of Charleston,
Halifax (N. C.), 38, 53

44, 93-94
Halifax, (N. S.), lighthouse at, Hungary, imports from, 77
213

Hunter, Robert, Governor of
Hall, Clement, rector at Eden Jamaica, 193
ton, 172

Hunting and fishing, 97–98,
Hall, Henry, 173

113-15
Hallam, Lewis, 124, 125, 126 Hutchinson, Thomas, 141; cited,
Hamilton, Alexander, tells story 23, 27-28

of Washington, 108
Hamilton, James, Governor of Indentured servants, 88, 181-

Pennsylvania, 158
Hancock, John, 108

India, imports from, 77
Harrison, Peter, first professional Indians, 20, 22, 223; in New Eng-
architect in America, 57

land, 10; Six Nations and
Harrower, Benjamin, tutor, 138, New York, 12; trade with, 105;

139, 145, 184; cited, 103; education, 144; interpreters,
Diary, quoted, 183

150
Hartford (Conn.), 49–50, 132, Inness, Colonel James, founds
212, 216

free school, 141
Harvard College, 145

Ipswich (Mass.), 216
Harvey, Mrs. Eleanor, fortune Ireland, imports from, 77
teller, 126

Irish, as colonists, 17; as inden-
Hatheway's Tavern, Charleston, tured servants, 150, 182

duel of De Lancey and Had Italians as colonists, 17
ley at, 109–10

Izard, Ralph, of South Carolina,
Hempstead, Joshua, of New travels in Europe, 206

London, 179-80 (note); Diary
117 (note), 239

Jefferson, Thomas, 123
Hempstead (L. I.), horse racing Jeffries, Deborah, letter to her
at, 117

father, 91
Henry, Cape, lighthouse on, 213 Jennings, Sam, races in East
Hext, Sarah, wife of John Rut New Jersey, 117
ledge, 86, 87

Jersey City (N. J.), 50, 117
Hildreth, Joseph, schoolmaster, Jewelry, 82
136

Jews, as colonists, 6–7; in New-
Hobby, Judith, wife of John port, 9-10; in Virginia, 16;
Coleman, 87

synagogues, 162
Holidays, 127-29

Johnson, Samuel, 140, 234
Holland, imports from, 76 Johnston, Gabriel, Governor of
Hopkins grammar schools, 132 North Carolina, 38

Jones, Elizabeth, wife of Colonel, Long Island, horse racing on,
Thomas Jones, 205

117; fair on, 121
Jones, Frederick, 222

Ludwell, Philip, Governor of
Jones, Colonel Thomas, 77, 90, North Carolina, 37

91, 139, 199; quoted, 125- | Lutherans, 161-62

126, 200
Jones, Dr. Walter, of Virginia, McDonnel, Captain, 210
148

McSparran, Dr. James, of Rhode

Island, 87, 99, 145, 200, 240;
Kalm, Peter, 209, 227

Narragansett church, 169
Kean, Thomas, actor, 124 Magazines, 154
Keef, John, indentured servant, Mail service, 221, 223
185

Maine, 33; Scotch-Irish in, 8-9;
Kinderhook (N. Y.), 216

schools, 131
King William's School, Annapo Manigault, Mrs., of Charleston,
lis, 133-34

and the theater, 125; cited,
King's College (Columbia Uni 225
versity), 146

Manigault, Peter, 157
Knight, Lowbridge, of Bristol, Manors and estates, 28-34; see
209

also Land tenure, Plantations
Knight, Mrs. Sarah, and Con Marriages, 86-89
necticut roads, 217

Maryland, 2; foreigners in, 14-

15, 18-19; population, 15-16;
Labor, 178–203

estates, 34, 35; stores, 62;
Lancaster (Penn.), 31; horse food, 103; horse racing, 117,
racing at, 117

119; education, 132-34; reli-
Land tenure, in New England, gion, 162, 171, 172–73; inden-

24, 26–28; quitrents, 24-25; tured servants, 186; negroes,
manors and estates, 28-33, 34; 195; roads, 215, 219-20
in the South, 33-44; land Massachusetts, population, 8;
speculation, 43–44

Scotch-Irish in, 8-9; divorce,
Languages, 148-50

89; hospitality, 103; produc-
Laurens, Henry, 144, 200, 205, tion of rum, 106 (note); horse

223–24; cited, 54, 111; ac racing, 117, 118; education,

count of slave market, 198 131, 133; negroes, 144, 202;
Laurens, John, 44

see also New England
Lee, Jonathan, of Salisbury, 167 Mather, Cotton, 141; library of,
Leman, Christian, starts fruit 152-53

nursery at Germantown, 100 Mathew, William, Governor of
Libraries, 152-54, 15759; see the Leeward Isiands, 187
also Literature

Maynadier, Daniel, rector
Library Association of Phila Talbot County (Md.), 173
delphia, 158

Medicine, 92-93; education in,
Lindo, Moses, of Charleston, 149 146-48, 189
Liquors, 104-09

Mein, John, of Boston, book-
Literature, 150-59

seller, 157
Lloyd, Thomas, of Virginia, 185 Mendes, David, of Rhode Is-
London, John, of Wilmington, land, 208
234

Mennonites, 14

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