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COLORED PEOPLE-continued.

Early education and improvement of colored children in the British West

Indies, viii. 46.
Increasing spirit of emigration among them, viii. 63.
Proceedings at their meeting in Charleston, S.C. December 6, 1831, for

de rising measures for emigrating to Liberia, viii. 75.
Improvement among them in New Haven, Conn. viii. 192.
Opinion of a free man of color in Charleston, S. C. concerning A. C. S.

viii. 239.
Medical education of young men of color for Liberia, viii. 285.
Plat. for colonizing in Texas the free people of color of U. S. ix. 86.
Rev. Chester Wright's offer to educate young men of color, ix. 93.
Opinion of Old Simon,” an aged emigrant from Vermont, concerning

Liberia, ix. 93.
Report of the Synod of South Carolina and Georgia concerning their re-

ligious instruction, x. 174, 205, 245.
Colston, Edward, iv. 380. [See Emancipation"]
Colton, Rev. Calvin, his speech at the fourteenth annual meeting of A. C. S. vi.

365.

CONTRIBUTIONS TO A. C. S.

For donations, legacies, &c. not herein mentioned, see particular heads.

iii. 286

jii. 288

iii. 319

iii. 352
iii. 383
iii. 384
iv. 32
iv. 64
iv. 96
iv. 128
iv. 159
iv. 190
iv. 253
iv. 287
iv. 319

Since March 24, 1825

i. 160
July 21, 1825

i. 222
From October 18 to Novem-
ber 26, 1825

i. 288
Donation from the Female

Liberian Society of Essex
co. Virginia

i. 320
From Dec. 1, 1825 to Jan'y
26, 1826

i. 348
Donations received by the
Rev. Mr. Niles -

i. 349 382
Donations collected by the

Rev. Myron Tracy, of Vt. i. 351
Donations,subscriptions,&c.

from Jan. 26 to March 30,
1826

ii. 31
Donations from April 1 to
Sep. 20, 1826

ii. 224
A leiter from the Treasurer

concerning certain collec-
tions

ii. 292
From Oct. 10, 1826 to Jan.
5, 1827

ii. 322
Omitted in former Reposito-
ries

From Oct. 25 to Noy. 21,
Donations received from Mr.

Tappan
From Nov. 21 to Dec. 31,

1827
Dec. 31, 1827 to Jan.

19, 1828
Jan. 31 to Feb. 29, 1828
Capt. Ferguson's donation -
From Mar. 1 to Apr. 1, 1828
1. April, 1828
From May 1 to May 30,1828

June 1 to June 30,
July 1 to July 20,
July 23 to Aug. 19,

Aug. 20 to Oct. 31,
During November,
From Dec. 1 to Dec. 23,

Dec. 29, 1829, to Jan.

21, 1829,
Jan. 21 to March 5,
March 5 to March 31,
April 1 to May 28,
May 29 to July 17,

July 23 to Aug. 13,
Donations received by Alex-

iv. 352
iv. 383
v. 32
V. 96
V. 159
v. 187
ix. 31
ix. 61

ii. 354
From Jan. 5 to Feb. 3, 1827 ii. 355
Donations received by the
Rev. Myron Tracy

ii. 356
Donations from Feb. 20 to
April 30, 1827

iii. 63
Donation from the Grand

Jury of Queen Anne's co.
Md.

ji. 122
From May 18 to June 30,
1827

üi. 127
July 1 to July 25,1827

üi. 158
July 25 to Aug. 15, iii. 191
Aug. 20 to Sep. 19, ii. 222
Sep. 20 to Oct. 24,

iii. 255

ander Plumley,
From Aug. 14 to Septem-

ber 12, 1829,
Sept. 12 to October 15,

Oct. 21 to Nov, 26,
Collections by Rev. H. B.

Basconi,
From Nov. 27 to December

29, 1829
Dec. 26, 1829, to Janu-

ary, 1830,
Jan. 20 to Mar. 23, 1830
March 25 to April 23,

v. 191

v. 222
V. 254
v. 287

v. 288

v. 319

V. 384
vi. 31
vi. 63

CONTRIBUTIONS TO A. C. S.-continued.

ix. 61

ix. 64
ix. 159

ix. 160

ix. 191
ix. 223
ix. 256
ix. 288
ix. 350

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Receipts acknowledged by

Rev. H. B. Bascom, vi. 64
From May 1 to June 24,1830 vi. 126
Receipts acknowledged by

Rev. H. B. Bascom, - vi. 127 22:
From June 28 to July 16,
1830,

vi. 157
July 17 to Sept. 9, vi. 215
Sept. 11 to Oct. 15, vi. 250
Oct. 18 to Nov. 15, vi, 284
Nov. 15 to Dec. 15,

vi. 319
Collections by Seth Terry, vi. 320
From Dec. 15, 1830, to Jan.
15, 1831,

vi. 351
Jan. 19 to March 18, vii. 31
March 19 to April 14, vii. 63
April 15 to May 1, vii. 96
May 1 to May 30, vii. 128
May 30 to June 27, vii. 160
June 27 to July 27, vii. 187
July 27 to August 31, vii. 219
Sept. 3 to October 3, vii. 252
October 3 to Nov. 10, vii. 286
Nov. 10, 1831, to Jan.
12, 1832,-

vii. 347
Feb. 7 to Mar. 12, 1832, viii. 29
March 12 to April 26,

viii. 64
April 26 to May 23, viii. 95
May 23 to July 28, viii. 155
July 28 to September 8, viii. 217
Sept. 1 to Sept. 29, viii. 254
Sept. 29 to Nov. 1, viii. 286

Nov.1 to Nov. 30, viii. 317
Receipts acknowledged by
John M.Phail,

viii. 318
Report of Treasurer of Vt.
Col. Soc.,

viii. 318
Wilkinson co. Col. Soc. viii. 320
From Dec. 1 to Dec. 31,1832 viii. 348
Rev.J.N. Danforth's collec-
tions in Mass.,

viii. 352
Collections and donations

acknowledged by G.
Ralston, Treasurer of
the Penn. Col. Soc. viii. 352

From Dec. 1, 1832, to Mar.

15, 1833,

March 15 to April 1,
Contributions to A. C. Soc.

and Mass. C. S. receiv..
ed since Nov, 2, 1831,
by Isaac Mansfield, Tr.

of Mass. Col. Society,
Receipts for the African

Repository,
From April 1 to July 5, 1833
Receipts acknowledged by

R. S. Finley, Agent of
the Ohio and Ky. State

Col. Societies,
From July 5 to Aug. 10,

1833,
Aug. 10 to Aug. 31,
Sep. 1 to October 9,
Oct. 14 to Nov. 4, 1833

Nov. 4 to Dec. 31,
Contributions acknowledged

by R. S. Finley, Agent

of N. Y. City Col. Soc.
From Jan. 1 to Mar. 1, 1834
Mr. Cresson's collections in

England,
Contributions for Mar. 1834
Collections made J. G. Bir-

ney,
Contributions for Apr. 1834

May,

June,
Account of money received

by Isaac Mansfield, Tr.
of Mass. Col. Soc. since

Jan. 1, 1833,
Contributions for July, 1834
Receipts for Afr. Rep'y.
Contributions for Aug. 1834,
Receipts for Afr. Rep’y.
Contributions for Sep. 1834,
Receipts for Afr. Rep’y.
Contributions for Oct. 1834,
Receipts for Afr. Rep’y.
Contributions for Nov. 1834

ix. 352
ix. 396

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x. 96
X. 125
X. 157

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X. 159
X. 192
x. 192
X. 223
X. 224
X. 256
X. 256
X. 288
X. 288
x. 319

Converse, Rev. J. K. Particulars of his agency, vii. 374.
Cookman, George. His letter, August 14, 1833. ix. 219.
Corning, Jasper, of Charleston, s. C. His letter, Feb. 27, 1828, sending $100 to

A.C. S. as a subscriber on Gerrit Smith's plan, iii. 382.
CORRESPONDENCE. Letters and extracts of letters. From Va., N. C. S. C., i. 158.

Geo., N. Y., Ala., N. C., Va., Vt., ii. 22.
Mo., Va., Vt., Mass., N. C., Md., Conn.,

ii. 120.
N. C., Va., S. C., Ohio., Penn., ii. 283.
Oh., Va., Md., Conn., N.C., Penn., Miss.,

iii. 18.
Miss., Ala., Ky., Ohio, iii. 115.
S. C., N. C., Va. iii, 281.

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CORRESPONDENCE-continued.
Letters and extracts of letters from the Sec. of the Am. Tract Soc.; Sec'y

of the Tract Soc. of the Meth. Ep.ch.;
Va., N. J., N. Y., Penn., Conn., iii.

307-311.
a gentleman in S. C., iv. 60.
Va., Me., Vt., Mass., N. Y., iv. 90.
Colonists, iv. 234.
S. C., Va., Tenn., iv. 236.
the African Institution (London), v. 170.
N. J., Ky., Conn., N. Y., N. H., Mass.,

Va., Maine, S. C., Geo. Miss., v. 172.
Mass., Oh., Md., Del., Conn., Va., vi. 147.
July 25, 1830, from the Agent of A. C.

S. in Ohio, vi. 186.
Va., Mass., N. Y., Penn., Md., N. J., N.

C., vi. 239.
Va., Penn., N. J., Del., Tenn., Vt., Oh.,

vi. 275.
N. Y., Incia , vi. 338.
Ky.,Va , Conn., N.J., Geo., an American

gentleman in Ireland, Tenn., vii. 142.
Bishop Meade, N. C., N. J., Vt., Mass.,

Md., Ohio, Penn., vii. 241.
N. C., Penn., N. Y., Va., vii. 271.
Va., Miss., Ky., Mass., Penn., viii. 84.
Md., N. Y., Miss., R. S. Finley, Geo.,

N. C., viii. 121.
a student of a Theological Seminary;

Conn., Va., Md., viii. 147.
Colonists, viii. 280, ix. 29, 121, 123, 126,

127, 155, 189, 220, 250, 286, x. 255.
Va., N.C., Tenn., Miss., N. C., viii. 307.
Ill., ix. 349. N. C., x 62.
Tenn., Ohio, Penn., Miss., N. Y., Lou.,

N. J., x. 235.
Letter from a little girl in Edinburgh to a little African girl

in Liberia, March 9, 1833, x. 29
Courtenay, Maria. Sec’y. and Tr. of the Female Association in Charlottesville,

Va. Auxiliary to A. C. S. Her letter, May 13, 1830, vi. 89.
Cox, Dr. Abraham L. His erroneous correction of an imagined error, x. 139.
Cox, Rev. Melville B., appointed by the Methodist Missionary Society, to pro-

mote the cause of Christianity in Liberia, and among the African tribes in
its vicinity, viii. 252. Extract from his letter Sep. 20, 1832, viii. 252. Pur-
chases the freedom of a boy, who is to accompany him to Liberia, viii. 253.
His sketches from Western Africa, ix. 176, 208. His remarks concerning
the Colory, April 9, 1833, ix. 190. His first report to the Missionary Society
of the Meth. Ep. church, ix. 250, 251. His letter, May 4, 1833, ix. 253. His
death, July 21, 1833, ix. 254. Proceedings of the Young Men's Missionary

Society, &c. &c., concerning it, ix. 254.
Cox, Rev. Robert, iii. 27. [See Emancipation."]
Cox, Dr. Samuel H. Addresses a public meeting in New York, in favor of A. C.

S. vi. 347. Remarks of “Quo” on his letter on abolition, x. 110.
Crenshaw, Nathaniel C. His letter concerning his emancipated slaves, i. 213.

Accompanies to York, Penn. 65 slaves, some emancipated by the will of his

uncle, and the residue by himself. His liberality, iii. 154.
Cresson, Elliott. Address as a colmization meeting in Wilmington, Del. vi. 156.

His speech at the fourteenth annual meeting of A. C. S. vi. 354.
Account of his proceedings in England, &c. vii. 280, 335, viii. 77, 189, 211,

215, 344, 347, ix. 91, 144, 135, 212, 222, 283, x. 29.
Remits $1332 from England to the Penn. Aux. Soc. vii. 320.

£500 sterling to A. C. S. viii. 155.

Cresson, Elliott, Extracts from his letter, July 7, 1832, viii. 211,

Letter concerning him. Dundee, Jan. 23, 1833, ix. 18.
Remarks of the wake of Sussex concerning him, ix. 213, 214.

on his agency, ix. 244.

of the Edinburgh Phrenological Journal concerning him, ix. 270.
Honors to him in Philadelphia, ix. 283.
His remarl s at the 17th annual meeting of A. C. S. ix. 360.
Account stated of his collections in England, x. 30.
Announces to the N. Y. Young Men's Col. Soc. the formation of a similar

Society in Philadelphia. Its views as to forming a setilement at Bassa

Cove, and Dr. Hawes's manumitted slaves, x. 126.
Reinarks of Dr. Hodgkin concerning him, x. 233.

His donation to A. Č. S.of $200 in goods for the Colony, x. 283.
“ Crisis, The; or Essays on the usurpations of the Federal Government,” a pam-

phlet. Remarks on it, iv. 58.
“ Crisis, The.” ix. 193.
Crosby, Rev. John. His agency for A. C. S. in Penn. His letters, Nov. 24, 1831,

vii. 377. March 1, 1832, viii. 55. May 14, 1832, viii. 83. July 6, 1832,

viii. 187. July 19, 1832, viii. 188. Aug. 14, 1832, viii. 244. Extracts

of his letters in Oct. and Nov. 1832, viii. 343.
Crowell, Capt. Seth. His letter, Oct. 1, 1832, concerning the Colony, viii. 305.
Cuba, Increase of slavery in, ix. 287.
Custis, G. W. P. His speech on proposing Gen. Lafayette as a Vice-President of

A. C. S. i. 15.
His speech at the 11th annual meeting of A. C. S. iii. 356.
13th

v. 365.
first
14th

vi. 357.
second

vi. 371.
Dahomy, account of, iv. 145.
Dana, Řev. Daniel, D. D. Extract from his discourse to the N. Hampshire Aux.

Soc. at its first annual meeting, June 2, 1825, i. 142.
Danforth, Rev. Joshua N. Appointed permanent agent of A. C. S. for N. York

and New England, viii. 285.
His letters, June 1, 1832, viii. 113. July 7, 1832, viii. 143. Sep. 15, 1832,

viiii. 247.
His reports, Nov. 12, 1832, viii. 342. March 1, 1833, ix. 22.

letter, March 28, 1833, to W.L. Stone, ix. 80. His letter, Jan. 17,

1834, x. 27.

Resigns his agency, ix. 395.
David, Sampson, ii. 163. [See Emancipation.]
Davis, Thoinas, of Montgomery co. Md. vii. 217. [See Emancipation.”]
Denham, Major Dixon, and Capt. Hugh Clapperton. Their return from Africa to

Europe, i. 156.

Notice of their travels, i. 284, 286. Review of their travels, ii. 272, 298.
Devany, Francis, a colonist. His testimony concerning the Colony, iii. 250.

His exainination before a Committee of Congress, May 26, 27, 1830, vi. 97.

His letter Sep. 28, 1832, viii. 303. His death, Sep. 11, 1833, x. 90.
Dickinson, Mr. of Baltimore, i. 318. [See “ Emancipation.]
Dietcshy, Rev. Rodolph, vi. 89. [See Missions.”]
Disosway, Gabriel P. Extracts from his aildress to the Petersburg Aux. Col. Soc.

Dec. 23, 1825, i. 339. His letter, Dec, 15, 1830, concerning a Methodist

Mission to Liberia, vi. 336.
Dix, John A. His speech at the anniversary of the N. Y. State Col. Soc. April

1830, vi. 162.
Doddridge, Philip, M.C. His remarks at the 14th annual meeting of A. C. S. vi.

364.
Donkin. Lieut. Gen. Sir Ruine. Edinburgh Review of his dissertation on the

course and probable te mination of te Niger, vi. 321.
Downey, Robert. His plan for raising ten nillions of dollars for A. C. S. ix. 186.
Dromedary, remarks on the, ii. 40.
Dudley, Wm. O. ix. 126. [See Emancipotion.”]
Duncan, Rev. Henry. His letters concerning the London Protest against A. C. S.

ix. 293.

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Durfee, Rev. T.R. Extract from his letter concerning slavery, v. 63.
Early, Joel. v. 377, vi. 30, 62. [See “ Emancipation.”]
Eden, Rev. James. Extract of a letter from him to John Hanson, x. 89.
Edwards, Cyrus, Agent of A. C. S. His address in Vandalia, Ill. on the project

of forming an Aux. Soc. vii. 97.

His letter, March 23, 1831, vii. 114. Manumits a slave, ix. 126.
Elder, Herbert, B. ii. 163. [See “ Emancipation.”]
Elmer, Lucius Q.C. Extract from his speech to the Col. Soc. of N. J.i. 281.
EMANCIPATION. [See American Colonization Society, ,Finley, R. 2.Friends,

Society of,Jefferson,Monroe,New York,(c. c.]
Mr. Schoolcraft's plan of self-emancipation, i. 151.
David Minge, of Charles City co. Va. liberates upwards of 80 slaves,

and sends them, well provided, &c. by him, to Hayti, i. 191.
Mrs. Elizabeth Moore, of Bourbon co. Ky., liberates by her will about

40 slaves, i. 191.
David Patterson, of Orange co. N. C. liberates 11 slaves, i. 191.
Rev. Fletcher Andrew,

do i. 191.
Charles Henshaw, near Richmond, Va. liberates 60 slaves, with the

view of ling them to Liberia, i. 191.
Nathaniel C. Crenshaw, near Richmond, Va., liberates 60 slaves to go

to Liberia, i. 213, 214, see iii. 154.
Rev. Cave Jones, a chaplain in U. S. Navy, liberates 2 slaves to go to

Liberia, i. 214.
Rev. John D. Paxton, of Prince Edward's co. Va., liberates 11 slaves

to go to Liberia, i. 318.
Mr. Dickinson, of Baltimore, liberates 1 slave to go to Liberia, i. 318.
Manumissions proposed by a gentleman near Norfolk, Va. and by some

Roman Catholic Christians in Maryland, i. 318.
David Shriver, of Fred’k. co. Md., by his will liberates more than 30

slaves, and provides for their support and instruction, ii. 29.
Col. Smith, of Sussex co. Va., liberates by his will 70 or 80 slaves,
and bequ

to them five or six thousand dollars, to defray the ex-
pense of transporting them to Liberia, ii. 29.
Sampson David, of Tenn. directs by his will, 22 slaves to be free in

1840, or at his wife’s death, should that happen sooner, with ample
provision for their removal to a foreign country, or to a free state, at
their option, ii. 163.
Herbert Elder, of Petersburg, Va., leaves by his will twenty slaves to

be transported as freemen to Liberia, ii. 163.
Henry Robertson, of Hampton, Va. liberates by his will seven slaves,

and leaves a legacy of $50 to each of them, to aid their removal to

Africa, and comfortable settlement there, ii. 103.
Rev. Samuel D. Hoge, of Oh., liberates his only slave, to be sent to ei-

ther Liberia or Obio, ii. 220.
Miss Patsey Morr of Louisa co. Va. liberates by her will about sixteen

slaves, to be sent to Liberia, and bequeaths $500 to fit then oui and

defray the expenses of their passage, ii. 220.
A clergyman of Virginia proposes to liberate about thirty slaves and

send them to Liberia, ji. 220.
A pious lady of Virginia proposes to liberate twelve or fifteen slaves,

and aid in their removal to Africa, and settlement therein, ii. 221.
Certain slaves emancipated in Mexico, ii. 291.
William Fletcher, of Perquimans county, N. C. liberates by his will

twelve slaves to be sent to Hayti or Liberia, at their option, with a
provision for the expenses of their colonization, ii 352.
Mr. Fusnton, of Frederic county, Va. by his will liberates ten slaves to

be sent to Liberia, and appropriates $1,000 for their establishment

there, ii. 352.
Mr. Ward, of Pittsylvania county, Va. liberates by his will 110 slaves,

who will probably go to Liberia, iii. 27.
Rev. Robert Cox, of Suffolk county, Va. liberates by his will upwards

of thirty slaves, and leaves several hundred dollars to aid in their emi.
gration to Africa, iii. 27.

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