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Engages in the Seminole War, 302. Sent
TERMS for reconstruction adopted by Con-
TESTIMONY of Jefferson to the character of
TEXAS. How it came into the Union, 291. Its
THRILLING scene in the House of Representa-
TREACHERY of Tecumseh and his brother, 261.
TYLER, JOHN. His parentage, 274. Sent as
VALLEY FORGE, Washington's headquarters
WALKER, rebel Secretary of War. His proph-
WANT of power in Congress, 48.
NASHVILLE ARISTOCRACY in 1788, 214.
OSTEND MANIFESTO, 357.
PALO ALTO, battle won by Gen. Taylor at, 310.
RECONSTRUCTION defined, 469.
REMOVAL of Congress to Washington, 130.
RETREAT of the British from Boston Harbor,
SANTA ANNA. Leads the Mexicans at Buena
SAVAGE barbarity in Virginia, 27; reasonings
President Taylor, 323. Marches to the city
SILLIMAN MEMORIAL, its influence, 301.
coln, at Springfield, Ill., 391. Of Stephen
STATEMENT of Gov. Hamilton of Texas, 472.
ST. CLAIR, Gen., defeated on the Wabash, 255.
TAYLOR, ZACHARY. His birth and early home,
WAYNE, Gen., defeats a strong Indian force,
WEBSTER, DANIEL, his views upon slavery
"WHITE HOUSE," the, description of it as
WILL AND TESTAMENT of George Washing-
WILMOT PROVISO, 294.
WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS suspended, 417.
Geo. C. Rand & Avery, Cornhill Press, Boston.