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ALPHABETICAL INDEX, &c.

N. B.-The Roman numerals denote the Volumes; the figures the page, and the initials, “ A. C. 8.” the “American Colonization Society.

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“Abd-er-rachman." His communication concerning the Mahommedans of Africa,

vi. 122. Liberia, &c. vii. 55. Abduhl Rahhahman, alias Prince. His history, &c. iii. 364; iv. 77, 243, 379; v. 94,

vi. 60. Letter, May 5, 1829. v. 158. Redemption from slavery of his eight children and grandchildren; vi. 186.

They go to Liberia; vi. 283. Abels, Capt. William. His letter, February 10, 1832, vii. 386. “Abolitionist of the Old School, an,” x. 304. Abyssinia, iii. 188.”-[See Missions.} AFRICA.[See "American Colonization Society ;" “Ashmun ;” “Bowdich;” “Caffer

Tribes," "Caffraria ;” “Clapperton;" Denham;" “Golberry;" "Kay;"
Ladies ;" **

*Laing; " "Lattakoo;(Philip;" "Recaptured Africans ;"
Winterbottom;" "Wilson and Wynkoop.
Agriculture of, i. 100.
Considerations in reference to a mission to, i. 118.
Review of Gray's Travels in Western, i. 228, 263, 291.
Discoveries in, from the Sierra Leone Gazette, ii. 61.
Substance of Mr. Campbell's Discoveries in Southern, ii. 160.
Beautiful simplicity of manners in, ii. 161.
Communication concerning the South-Western coast of, ii. 365.
Religious charities concerning, iii. 26.
The duty of the U. States to active in behalf of, iü. 158.
Southern, a part of it visited by Mr. Miles, iii. 187.
“A Voice From,” Notice of, iv. 25.
Teak and Indigo of, iv. 239.
History of, iv. 289. Physical Geography, iv. 321. Civil Geography,

iv. 353.
Review of Dr. Philip's Researches in South, v. 161, 193, 225, 257, 289,

321, 353.
Further extracts from that work, vi. 33.
Slavery in, v. 208.
Contrast between the former advances of, in Civilization and Christian

ity, and the present condition, V. 222.
Revival of Religion in South, v. 346.
French Colony, vi. 173.
Finley's Map of, vii. 15.
Discoveries and Adventures in, by Professor James Wilson and Hugh

Murray, vii. 40.
Moral Darkness in, vii. 184.
South, vii. 213. [See “Moffet."]
National Debt of the U. States to, viü. 73.
The Wrongs of, viji. 110.

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AFRICA,–The Practicableness of Colonizing, viii. 127.

“News from” a Tract published by the Managers of the Maryland

Fund, viii. 189.
The Bible in Central, viii. 314.

Religion in South, ix. 322
AFRICAN, Conversion of a Native, i. 154.

Benevolence of an, i. 353.
Instance of affection in an, ii. 27.

Gratitude of a native, vi. 128.
Africans, Their moral qualities, i. 111. Vassalage existing among

them, i. 364. Park's testimony to the possibility of civilizing them, iv. 76. African character, Traits of the, (by Mr. Ashmun) i. 56, 79.

and habits, ii. 15. Chieftain, the, i. 61, 96. Coast, project of a British commercial company to open a trade with the,

i. 192.
to the windward of Liberia, an unfinished journal of a visit to it in

November and December, 1826, iii. 241.
Customs, x. 123.
Discovery, a history of unexampled mortality, x. 221.
Education Society, organized in Washington, D. C. December 28, 1829,

vi. 46.
Extract from the address of its Board of Managers,

vi. 18. See ix. 219.
in the Derinuda Islands. Schools established by Arch.

deacon Spenser, vii. 182.
Free school in New York, vi. 302.
Infant school in Boston, vi. 89.
School at Parsippany, N. J. i. 276.
Sabbath school at Cincinnati, Ohio, vi. 343. Case of conversion, ib.
Genius, specimens of, i. 30.
Intellect, anecdotc of, i. 253.
Natural history, vi. 268, 305, 334, 375, vii. 15.
Repository. Notices relating to it, i. 380, 384, iii. 31, x. 115, 318.

Resolutions of the Pennsylvania Colonization Society concern

ing it, ix. 150.. Recommefrded by the managers of the New York State Colo

nization Society, ix. 180. Society at Hartford, Conn. Female, vi. 150.

Sops, from Capt. Laing's travels to Falaba, vi. 3:37. Africaner, the Namaqua chief, v. 111. Agenciés. Resolutions of the managers, March 2, 1831, establishing five permanent

agencies in the United States, and defining the duties of the agents, vii. 11. Alabama. Law of that State, prohibiting the importation of slaves for sale or hire,

jü. 26. Alexander, A. J. ix. 126, [See " Emancipation."] Allen, G. R. a pupil, aged ten years, in the New York African Free School, his ex

amination by Dr. Samuel L. Mitchill, vi. 303. Allen, Robert, a colonist, his letter, January 23, 1832, viii. 192. AMERICAN COLONIZATION SOCIETY. (See "Agencies," "Ashmun," ".

"Auxiliary Societies," "Bacon,' Child, E.Colored People,Contributions,” “Emancipation,

"Finley, Rev. Dr. R.Finley, Robert S.” “Fitz-
hugh,France," "Frelinghuysen,Garrison," “Gurley,Hodgkin,
Hubbard," "Ireland," - Managers of A. C. S., proceedings of the,"
Resolutions, 8c.” “Slavery," “Slave Trade," South Carolina,

"Workman," "Z,” &c. &c.}
Its history, i. 87. Lists of its life members, i. 350, 351.
Original constitution of, and subscribers to it, x. 87.22
Its new constitution, ix. 368–370.
Its eighth annual meeting, February 19, 1825, i. 13.
Editorial remarks on it, i. 33, 65, 97, 129, 161, 225, 257, 289, 320, ii.

345, 387, iii. 221, iv. 381, vii. 193, ix. 193, &c.
Expressions of public sentiment concerning it, i. 89, 124, 154, 192, 213,

216, 254, ii. 26, 129, 156, üi. 24, 157, iv. 63, 143, v. 251, vi. 129, vii. 314, viii. 115, ix. 219, 222, x. 115, 117, 125, &c.

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AMERICAN COLONIZATION SOCIETY-continued.

Appeals in its behalf, i. 108, 287, 380, ii. 24, 100, 126, 164, 225, 111. 120,

122, 126, 350, iv. 29, 93, 94, 224, 285, 314, v. 87, 158, 253, 282, vj.
62,91, 125, 384, vii. 136, 139, 281, 284, viii. 94, 128, 253, 382, 384, ix.

50, 95, 97, 104, 159, 193, x. 84, 108, 124, &c.
Legacy of John Mosely, an aged colored man, to it, i. 128.
Donation of seeds to it, by E. S. Thomas, i. 215.
Its ninth annual meeting, January 9, 1826, i. 335.
Defence of, by a correspondent of the Georgia Journal, ii. 12.
Its memorial to the several States, ii. 54.
Plea for it, from the New York Spectator, ii. 190.
Its want of funds prevent an expedition, ii. 292.
Its adjourned (tenih) annual meeting, January 20, 1827, ii. 325, 357.
Prospects of its memorial to Congress, ii. 354.
Plans for aiding it, iii. 186.
Its circular to the clergy, March 14, 1827, iii. 31.
Practicability of its scheme, (from the Kentucky Reporter,] iii. 84.
Its prospects in Pennsylvania, iii. 93.
Extracts from a defence of, by “ Virginius," against R. Y. Hayne, M.

C. iii. 174.
Its prospects in November, 1827, iii. 284.
Its eleventh annual meeting, January 19, 1828, iii. 321.
Essay on, by the Rev. Stephen Foster, of Knoxville, Tenn. jii. 372.
Its progress, iii. 380.
Denounced by a writer, in South Carolina, iv. 58.
Mr. Burr's legacy of $5,000 to, iv. 93, 142.
Its twelfth annual meeting, to be held January 17, 1829, 11. 317. Ac-

count of it, iv. 348, 360.
Plan to raise funds for purchasing a ship for it, iv. 376, v. 55.
Its prospects in Kentucky, v. 27. At the North, v. 118.
A fair in Baltimore for its benefit, proposed, v. 243, produces $2,551 50,

V. 317.
Lord Bacon's remark that “heroic desires contribute greatly to health,"

may be applied to it, v. 251.
Donation to it out of an appropriation of money made by Elihu Case,

v. 251.

Contribution by a gentleman of Boston, v. 251.
Notice of its proposed thirteenth annual meeting, v. 317. Held Janua-

ry 18, 1830, v. 352. Proceedings, v. 361.
Donation from Students in the Rev. Mr. McVean's Academy, George-

town, D. C. v. 352.

by an English gentleman, v. 352.
Fair for its benefit, proposed by the Ladies of Charlottesville, Va. vi.

29. Produces $500, vi. 88.
Letter, June 9, 1830, concerning its prospects in New York, vi. 123.
Liberality to it of friends in England, vi. 248.
Its indirect but powerful influence in favor of emancipation, vi. 248.
Plan for raising $2,000 in Cincinnati for colonizing in Africa 100 eman-

cipated slaves, or such as may be emancipated with the view of colo

nizing them, vi. 282. Notice of its proposed fourteenth annual meeting, vi. 319. Held Janu

ary 19, 1831, vi. 353.
Its receipts from October 18 to November 15, 1830, amounted to $4,-

150, vi. 342.
A plan to raise $50,000 for it, vii. 29.
Self-denial of an individual for its benefit, vii. 147.
Anonymous letter, enclosing a donation of $420 to it, vii. 149.
Its prospects in New Jersey, Delaware, and Kentucky, vii. 183. In Vir.

ginia, vii. 310. In Louisiana, viii. 62. In Mississippi, viii. 93. At
Charleston, S. C. viii. 128. In New England, ix. 190.
Pledge of a friend of it to pay $500 in ten annual instalments, and his

a payment of the first instalment, vii. 184. Its character and influence, vii. 193. Opinion of a frec man of color in Savannah, Geo. concerning it, vii. 216.

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AMERICAN COLONIZATION SOCIETY-continued.
Donation to it from Sunday schools at Charleston, Kenawha county,

Va. vii. 217.
of $2,000 from a gentleman in the State of New York,

vii. 218.
Translation of an article concerning it, from the Paris Revue Encyclo-

pedique, vii. 234.
Circular from its office, September 29, 1831, concerning a proposed ex-

pedition, vii. 251.
Bequest to it by John B. Lawrence, of Salem, Mass. vii. 286.
Its address to Auxiliary Societies, October 31, 1831, vii. 288.
Its receipts and expenditures, from 1820 to 1830, vii. 294.
Leading items of its expenses, vii. 295.
Plan for its benefit, vii. 319.
Notice of its proposed fifteenth annual meeting, vii. 320. Held January

16, 1832, vii. 368.
A new plan for aiding the work of Colonization, viii. 61.
Extract of a letter from a clergyman to a member of the House of Dele-

gates of Virginia, viii. 88. Address of, to the people of the United States, pamphlet pp. 6, added to

viii. 96. Article concerning it, in the American Quarterly Review. Extract

comparing colonization in Hayti and Canada with colonization in Li

beria, viii. 225.
The directing committee of the Connecticut Bible Society give to A. C.

S. 318 Bibles and 342 Testaments, viii. 286.
Notices of its proposed sixteenth annual meeting, viii. 316, 348. Held

January 20, 1833, viij. 353.
Sixteenth annual report of the board of managers, viii. 354.
Remarks on its character, viii. 331.
Liberality of English friends to it, viii. 344, 347, ix. 222.
Tendency of opposition to it at the north, ix. 30.
A convert to ils scheme, ix. 95.
Defence of Colonization, from the Christian Spectator, ix. 105.
A plea for it, ix. 118.
Defended by the (Philadelphia) Biblical Repertory, and also by the

(New York) Methodist Magazine, ix. 121.
in a pamphlet entitled “ Remarks on African colonization, and

the abolition of slavery," ix. 128.
Debate on Colonization at Boston, May 30, 31, 1833, ix. 153, 154. At

Bangor, (Me.) August, 1833, ix. 218.
Attacked in pretended testimony given at a meeting of colored people,

in Benezet Hall, Philadelphia. Remarks thereon, ix. 181. The im

position detected, and further exposed, ix, 200, 240.
Plan for raising ten millions of dollars for it, ix. 186.
Movements in England concerning it, ix. 211.
Toasted in cold water at a Temperance celebration in Mississippi, ix.

219.
Anti-slavery and colonization meetings at Hudson, Oh. ix. 245.
Colonization meeting at Albany, N. Y. October, 1833, ix. 248.
“ Protest” against it, London, July, 1833, ix. 264. Remarks thereon,

ix. 257. [See Duncan.]
Defence of it from the Edinburgh Phrenological Journal, ix. 267.
Vindication of it, by J. Bevans, editor of the Herald of Peace, ix. 272.
Proposed donation of $1,000 to it, ix. 279.
Plan in McEwensville, Penn. for increasing its funds, ix. 282.
Remarks on African Colonization, from the Presbyterian, ix. 296.
Colonization and abolition debate in Philadelphia, December 5, 6, 1833,

ix. 313.
Remarks on it, from the Dumfries (Scotland) Journal, ix. 337.
Notices of its proposed 17th Annual Meeting, ix. 348. Held January

20, 1834, ix. 353.
Seventeenth annual report of the Board of Managers, ix. 377
Officers and managers appointed, January 23, 1834, ix. 376.

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AMERICAN COLONIZATION Society-continued.

Treasurer's account, January 24, 1834, ix. 395.
Its receipts and expenditures, and number of emigrants sent out by it,

1820—1833, x. 10.
Classification of its debts under three general heads, x. 12.
- Remarks of the Pittsburgh Christian Herald concerning it, x. 115.

Western Luminary, (Ky.) x. 117.
Discussion on colonization and abolition at Washington, Penn. May 15,

1834, x. 125.
Donation to it, voted by the New York Board of Brokers, x. 128.
Sentiment at the north concerning it, x. 129.
Its debt, as existing at the seventeenth annual meeting, x. 163.
Tabular and classified statement of its expenditures in 1830, 1831, 1832,

1833, x. 164.
Its collections for four years, x. 165.
Request for copies of certain annual reports of A. C. S. X. 216.
The object and its bearings, from the Vermont Chronicle, x. 241.
The national sin, from the same, x. 242.
Tabular view of emigrants sent to Africa since its commencement, x.

292.
Anderson, F. S. [See "Emancipation.”]
Anderson, Dr. J. W. His letter, Liberia, March 15, 1830, vi. 58.

His death, vi. 177. Obituary notice of him, vi. 189. Andrew, Rev. Fletcher. i. 191. [See Emancipation.”] Andrews, C. C. Teacher of boys in the New York African Free School. His

account of its origin and progress, &c. vi. 302. Anti-Slavery. [See American Colonization Society,Slavery,&c. &c.] Arabic language, article on the study of the, v. 97. Archer, William S., M. C. Misrepresentation of his speech at the 15th Annual

Meeting of A. C. Society, ix. 262, 268, x. 230. Ashantees. (See "Ricketts.”] The battle of Doodewan, ii. 291. Ashmun, Cecil. His death, ix. 320. Ashmun, Jehudi. His letter, January 15, 1825, to the Executive Committee of

the B. of M. of A. C. Society, i. 23. Extracts from his notes on Africa, i. 115, 219, iii. 52, 78, 82, 124.

paper on the subject of a Missionary Establishment in Af.

rica, i. 119. His letter, August 22, 1825, i. 219.

sketches of the characters of Stephen Kiah and John S. Mill, i. 237, 239.
negotiations for the purchase of additional territory, i. 317.
letter to the Managers of A. C. S. December 31, 1825, ii. 72.
Memoir of the exertions and sufferings of the American Colonists, con-

nected with the occupation of Cape Montserado, embracing the par-
ticular history of the Colony of Liberia from December, 1821, to 1823.

ii. 110, 142, 173, 211.
letter to the Managers of A. C. 8. May 10, 1826, ii. 183.
letters June 20, 21; August 3, 4, 1826, ii. 261.
letters December 5, 6, 1826, ii. 376, 379.
remarks on Bissao, iii. 73.
history of establishments recently made by the Colonial Government of

Liberia, iii. 143.
letters, May 11, June 12, June 16, June 3, 1827, iii. 208–219.

20, August 27, 1827, iii. 232, 237.
letter, April 3, 1826, to the Rev. Dr. Blumhardt, iii. 257, v. i. 324.

June 11, 1827, iii. 272.
Extracts from bis Diary, iii. 276.
His letters, September 12, 25, 1827, iii. 297, 299.
Extract from his letter November 28, 1827, iii. 379. His letter of that date,

iv. 14, 40. His letters, December 18, 21, 1827, iv. 47, 49. His Card, February 29, 1828, iv. 63. Extracts from his letters, March 3, 1828, iv. 82–86. His letter May 10, 1828, iv. 88. Extracts from his letter, May 13, 1828, iv. 88.

June 18, 1828, iv. 158.

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