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Explorers, an age of, 1, 2

Farming, advance in, 25 “Federalist,” the, 183, 240

Federalist party, New York the seat of power of, 181, 182; struggle with Anti-Federalists, 186; first big break in, 188; successes of, 189; fall of, 192; merciless use of patronage, 197; support the British, 200

Federal Union, equality a necessity in, 133, 134

Feudal privileges, 16, 25

Fifth Avenue, 243

Fires, incendiary, in 1741, 121; during British occupation, 168; large losses by, 234

Fire-water, introduction among Indians, 7

Fisheries, early, 53, 67, 90

Fitch, John, pioneer in steam navigation, 209

Fletcher, Benjamin, governor, 96; connection with pirates, 96; character, 97; quarrels with New England and with Assembly, 99; recalled, 99

Florida, 3

Flour, monopoly of bolting and exporting, 60

Fort, early, 14

Fort Orange, 47

France, enmity to, 71, 89; wars with, 90

Franchise, different kinds of, 175

Freeholders, privileges of, 118, 175, 178

French, settlements in America, 3; characteristics of pioneers, 23

French war-ship, retarded American Revolution, 132

French war-ship, terrorizes city, 105

Frontenac, Louis de B., cruelties in New York and New England, 83

Frontiersman, evolution of, 23

Fulton, Robert, introduces steam navigation, 209; builds steam frigate, 209

Fur trade, 7, 9, 18, 131, 218

Gage, Gen. Thomas, commander of garrison, 139; yields stamps to municipal authorities, 141

Gallatin, Albert, abhorrence of partisan proscription, 196

Gallows, the, 37

“Gazette,” the, first newspaper, 123

“General Armstrong,” fight of the, 210

George III., effect of his blunders, 137; address by Stamp Act Congress to, 138; erection of monument to, 142; monument destroyed, 142

German Calvinists, in the eighteenth century, 109

German Lutherans, in the eighteenth century, 109

Germans, early settlers, 14, 34; immigration of, 106, 224, 228, 256; furnish large proportion of auxiliaries to British troops, 161, note

Governor, restrictions on power of, 177

Grant, Gen. U. S., Memoirs of, 260, 261

Guinea Coast, trade with, 91

Gustavus Adolphus, influence of his death on America’s future, 4

Haarlem Heights, American victory at, 164

Hale, Nathan, capture and execution of, 169

“Half Moon,” the, reaches the Hudson, 1; returns to Holland, 8

Hall, Oakey, mayoralty of, 252

Hall of Justice, 73

Hamilton, Alexander, conservative principles of, 137, attitude in the Revolution, 151; in retreat at Kip’s Bay, 164; leader of Federalist party, 181; character, 186, 189; defender of Loyalists, 182; success in Federal movement, 183; procession in honor of, 184; heart of Federalist party, 186; Secretary of Treasury, 187; Livingston’s opinion of, 188; dislike of Burr, 189; maltreatment of, 191; killed by Burr, 199

“Harper’s Magazine” 260

“Harper’s Weekly,” exposures of Tweed, 253

Hartford, Conn., mail between New York and, 54

Hebrew immigration, 256

Hessians, employment as troops, and hatred of, 159

 

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