History of the United States of America: From the Discovery of the Continent, Volumen1

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D. Appleton & Company, 1898
 

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Great debate in the general court of Massachusetts
379
The red men 72
382
CHAPTER VI
395
The British monopoly and the compromise suggested by Massachusetts
401
Advice of Louis XIV End of the New England confederacy
407
Character of Ashley Cooper earl of Shaftesbury
413
Second draft of the constitutions
419
He enforces the navigation acts Culpeppers insurrection
425
Selfgovernment More emigrants Dissenters ScotchIrish
431
CHAPTER IX
437
A representative democracy and a rising aristocracy Servants
443
The revenue the governors salary the judiciary county taxation
449
CHAPTER XI
455
Berkeley is censured and removed His death PAGE
468
Tendencies to liberty and union
474
The Dutch East India company
480
Hudsons last voyage
487
Charter of the Dutch West India company
494
His second expedition Lord Baltimore A Dutch fort at Hartford
500
Å treaty of peace with the red men
506
Stuyvesant governor of New Netherland A prophecy Municipal liberties 607
508
Å general assembly Baxters petition adopted
514
Delaware capitulates Concessions to New Jersey The slave trade
520
Victory of the Dutch Rights of neutral flags Fate of New Netherland 527
527
He preaches freedom to the people and meets resistance
533
Quaker morality Vows Power Riches
539
Quakers buy West New Jersey
546
CHAPTER XVI
552
In the Tower for nonconformity
558
Penn and Lord Baltimore
564
Wonderful progress in 1683 and 1684 Penns farewell 069
570
His colonial policy
576
New York ebarter of franchises and privileges
582
Andros at Boston as governor of New England
584
CHAPTER XVIII
590
The tory party The whig party The third party
596
CHAPTER XIX
602
Anabaptists Calvin Political mission of Calvinism
608
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