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Mill, the first, 18

Minuit, Peter, first governor of the colony, 13; character, 15; buys Manhattan Island from Indians, 14; relations with Indians, 16; relations with English, 18; rule of, 18; recall of, 19; enters Swedish service, 19; leads band of Swedes to the Delaware, 26

Mitchell, Dr. Samuel, 208

Mohawk River, fort near, 9

Mohawks, secret society, reorganization of, 146

Mohawk Valley, under rule of Johnson family, 136

Money, issue of paper, 107

Montreal, Schuyler’s raids on, 83

Morris, Chief-Justice, expelled from office, 124; conservative principles of, 137

Morris, Gouverneur, type of Whig party, 150; attitude in the Revolution, 151; leader of Federalist party, 181; position in 1812, 201; elected senator, 189; plans Erie Canal, 215

Morris family, armorial bearings of, 115; leaders in Provincial Congress, 155

Morse, Samuel F. B., 216

Mount Vernon Gardens, 204

Museums, 260

Native American party, 194, 237

Naturalization, 47, 66

Negroes, early importations of, 34; legislation against assemblages of, 67; plot of 1741, 119; massacre of, 122; annual celebration of Pinkster, 116; emancipation, 211; suffrage, 213; in draft riots, 248

Netherlands, cradle of seamen, 1

New Amsterdam, founded, 14; mixture of population, 14, 34; beginning of stable existence, 34; compared with New England, 35; society in, 35, 36; incorporation of, 36; appearance of the town, 37, 38; costume in, 39; amusements, 39; seized by England, 43, 44; name changed to New York, 46, 57

New England, English settlements in, 3; compared with New Amsterdam, 35; colonists held in check by Stuyvesant, 40; settlers opposed to aristocracy and Episcopacy, 49; united to New York and New Jersey, 69; action on fall of the Stuarts, 74; indifference to welfare of New York, 99; quarrels with Gov. Fletcher, 99; indifference to New York’s prosperity, 129; sympathy for, in New York, 146

New Englanders, characteristics of, 23; kept in check by Colve, 56

“New England Invasion,” the, 211

New Jersey, settlements in, 25; severed from New York, 59; united with New York and New England, 69; retreat of Washington to, 165

“New Netherland,” the, 13

New Netherland Company, formation of the, 11

New Netherlands, value compared with Java and Surinam, 4, 57; named, 11; decline of, 23; seized by England, 44

Newsboys’ lodging house, 257

Newspapers, scurrility of, 189, 190; see also their titles.

New Year observance, 116

New Yorker, composition of a typical, 108

New York Medical Society, 174

New York Province, united with New England and New Jersey, 69

New York Society Library, 174

Nicholson, Sir Francis, leader of aristocratic party in 1689, 74; quarrel with militia, 78

Nicolls, Col. Richard, seizes New Amsterdam, 44; agent for Duke of York, 47; rule in New York, 47; character, 47, 51; refuses right of election of representatives, 50; treatment of Indians, 51; benefits of his control, 51; returns to England, 52

Night-schools, 257

“Nine Men,” the, 42

Non-importation agreement, the, 139

North Carolina, effects of rebellion in, 180

Northwest passage, search for, 1, 6

O’Brien, Colonel, killed in draft riots, 249

“Onrest,” the, first ship built in American waters, 9

Opera-house riot, 233

Pacific Mail Steamship Company, 219

Packet ships, 221

Palisades, the, 8

Panic, of 1836, 234

Paper money, issue of, 107, 178

Parks, 257

 

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