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How many less than were killed Who compelled them to submit ? at Schenectady?
V Object of the Spanish expedi. What did they do to Mrs. W. af- tion against Carolina in 1707 1 ter they set out?
What part did they first apWhere did they carry Mr. W.? proach? "Charleston.
How was he treated by the Who had succeeded Moore as French?
governor ? How long was Mr. W. in cap- When the Spaniards summoned tivity ?
Johnson to surrender, what time To what place did he return af- did they allow him to consider of ter his redemption ?
it ? Meaning of redemption ?
What did Johnson reply? Success of March's expedition What was the issue ? against Port Royal ?
Of what nation, were a large What occasion was there for the number of persons who settled in English to take P. R. when it had N. C. in 1710 ? been taken by Phips ? It had been About what river, and in what restored.
counties, did they seille ? Against what cities, did expedi- Where does Roanoke river tions fail in 1708 ?
emply? Why? For the want of British In what other colony, did 3000 co-operation.
Palatines settle the same year ? Against what port, was an ex- What Indians conspired to depedition conducted by Nicholson, stroy the Palatines ? in 1710 ?
In what year?
How many of the Palatines were
Who soon destroyed a great Ø With what effect, was a great part of the Tuscaroras ? expedition sent against Canada in With whom, did the remnant of 1711?
the Tuscaroras soon unite ? How many of the British were What were all the united tribes cast away and lost, in August ? then called ? Where?
How long did Queen Ann's war For what country did the re- continue ? maining feet then sail ?
In what year did it end?
Where is Utrecht ? In Holland. Benefit of this disastrous expedi- Which way from Amsterdam ? tion ?
What countries in America were Meaning of disastrous ?
ceded to Britain, by the treaty of ♡ What southern colony had her Utrecht ? full share in the sufferings and expenses of Queen Ann's war ?
Against what Spanish settlement, did Gov. Moore conduct an expedition in 1702 ? With what success ?
CHAPTER XLVI. - p. 107. Which way is St. Augustine from Savannah ? - - from New Or
Great Indian conspiracy in the
south. leans ?
Why did the Apalachian Indians What tribe of Indians took the become hostile to the English ? lead in forming the greatest con•
spiracy against the planters? The Under whose protection was Yamassees.
Carolina next taken? Where did the Yamassees live? Till what great event did CaroOn the N. E. of Savannah river. lina continue under the king ? What states are separated by
What division was made of CarSavannah river ?
olina in 1729 ? Who are supposed to have in- How long after it had been stigated the Yamassees to this con- taken from the proprietors ? spiracy? The Spaniards.
How far did the conspiracy extend ?
Object of this conspiracy ?
In what year, did they attempt this destruction ?
CHAPTER XLVII. - p. 108. To what place, did the planters generally fy? To Charleston.
Indian war of 1722. Settlement What fears were entertained for
of Georgia. Charleston ? That it could not be defended against the Indians.
What induced the eastern IndiWhat method did Gov. Craven ans to violate the peace soon after adopt, to prevent the removal of the treaty of Utrecht ? men and provisions? He imposed Who promised them redress ? an embargo.
Who failed of executing his stipe Meaning of embargo ?
ulations ? How many soldiers had Gov. Meaning of stipulation ? Craven? About 1200.
In what year, did the war be How many warriors were en- come general ? gaged in the conspiracy? About Who excited the Indians to this six or seven thousand. Where did they come to a great
How many tribes were engaged battle? At Saltketcher.
in this war ? Where is Saltketcher ? About Who were the Jesuits ? An or50 miles west of Charleston. der of Roman Catholics, exceed
On what river? Saltketcher ingly engaged to promote Popery river.
by every means. Another name for Saltketcher In what year, did this war termiriver ? Cambahee.
nate ? Which way is the Cambahee How long after the planting of from the Coosawatchy ?
Mount Wollaston ? With what effect, did Craven at- How long had it continued ? tack the Indians at Saltketcher ?
whom, was Georgia His victory was complete.
called ? Where did he drive them? Over When first settled ? the Savannah.
How long after the first house Where did the Yamassees make was built in Ct. ? - after the settlea new settlement ? In Florida. ment of New Haven ? - of Aquet
How many Carolinians were nec ? - after the birth of Q. Elizakilled during this war ?
beth ? 200 years, What were the proprietors of Two principal objects of settling Carolina declared to have forfeited Georgia? in 1719 ?
Who conducted the colony ? How long after the first repre
Oldest town in Georgia ? sentative government in America ? On what river ? - Which side 1
How far from its mouth! 17 miles. To whom, did they then surren
With whom were they forbidden der their charter ? to trade without license ?
♡ Against what kingdoms, did What other prohibitions were Britain declare war in 1744 ? imposed upon the colony?
How long after the union of the What did parliament grant to New England Colonies ? aid the colony?
Most important event in Ameri. Q Object of Oglethorpe, after ca, belonging to that war ? putting the colony in a state of On what island, is Louisburg ? safety?
In whal part ? Whom did he employ as his in- In what gulf, is Cape Breton ? terpreter ?
What is Louisburg sometimes How had she learnt English? called, on account of its strength ? Whom did she marry?
What city in Canada is almost Office of Bosomworth ? — His exactly west of Louisburg ? character ?
Which way from Louisburg, is
By what forces, was Louisburg
Who commanded the land Who met the advancing sav- forces ?
Who commanded the naval Why did they lay down their forces ? arms ?
What was their success?
of Louisburg ? 1745.
How did the president attempt In what year, did the French to appease the Indians ?
attempt the recovery of Louis-
closed ? - In what year?
Where is Aix-la-Chapelle ? In
Distance and direction from Par. What became of her ?
is ? About 200 miles east. Against what town, did Ogle- What most important place in thorpe conduct an expedition in America, was restored to the 1740 ?
French, by the treaty of Aix-la
Where were born and eduBy whom, was Georgia invaded cated most of the people, who inin 17427
habited this country during the
the first settlers in this country? Give some account of this strat- From what country, had come agem.
the greater part ? Condition of Georgia in 1752 ? What is said of religious bigotry
How much money had parlia- and intolerance during this peri ment given them ?
Meaning of bigotry ? --- of intol. What did they export to the erance?
West Indies? What is said of religious perse- What is said of agriculture, durcution, at the close of this period ? ing the third period ?
About what year, did a revival Principal products of the middle of religion very extensively pre-colonies? vail in N. E.?
Meaning of English grain ? How long after the Pequot War? Grain which is not maize or Indian after the settlement of Jamestown ?-after the pestilence among When was the first newspaper the natives of Ms. ?
printed in this country ? In what year, did this revival Where? - By what name? commence ? In 1735.
Number of inhabitants at the In what place, did the great ref- close of the third period ? ormation commence ! In North- For the education of what clasampton, Ms.
ses, did the northern colonies proOn what river is N.? - Which vide ? - the southeru ? side? Which way from Boston ? What college was founded in
Who was then minister of N.? | 1692 ? — In what colony? Jonathan Edwards.
For whom, called ? What is he generally called ? When was Yale college founded? President Edwards.
Where ? — Why so called ? What is his character ? He is When removed to New Haven ! considered one of the greatest and Name of the college at Princebest of men.
ton ? - In what colony ? What Englishman came over For what, should we be particuabout that time, and produced very larly thankful, when we reflect upgreat excitement by his wonderful on the hardships and dangers of eloquence ?
our fathers ? How old was Mr. Whitefield, What inquiry should we make, when he first came to New Eng- when we find ourselves very strongland? About 25.
ly influenced by party spirit? Most distinguished opposer to What reflection is suited to guard Mr. W.? Dr. Chauncey of Bos- us from too severely censuring the ton.
wise and good ? By what, was the credit of this revival greatly marred and injured ? By much enthusiasm, irregularity, opposition, bitterness and slander.
In relation to what, was Eng. land jealous of the colonies, from the beginning?
CHAPTER XLVIII. - p. 124. What obstacles did England present to the improvement of our
FOURTH PERIOD. trade and manufactures ? Enacted laws, to modify and restrain them. Distress of the colonies. French From the year 1739 to 1756,
and Indian war. which was greatest, the importation of goods from England, or ex- For what, is the fourth period portation to it?
distinguished ? How did the colonies procure Time of commencement ? money, to pay this balance of
How long after the birth of Co. trade?
lumbus ? after his first voyage to
A.! -- after the discovery of N. A. ? How did the Twightwees retal- after the Pequot war?
iate ? Length of the fourth period ? Who were the Twightwees? Termination ?
Who was then Lt. Gov. of Va. 2 In what state, did the peace of Who loudly complained to Din. Aix-la-Chapelle find the colonies ? widdie, of ihe conduct of the
What expedient for paying their French? debts, had been highly injurious to Whom did Dinwiddie send, to them?
remonstrate with the French comTo what amount, had bills of mandant near Ohio ? credit been issued ?
How old was Washington at this For what purpose ?
time? What had exceedingly retarded In what year was he born ? 1732. the increase of population ?
How long after the first house Of what, was the return of peace was built in Windsor ? - after the hailed as the harbinger?
settlement of Boston ? of HartMeaning of harbinger ?
ford ? For what, did the enterprising In what year, did Washington spirit of the people exert itself? go on this mission ?
What soon filled the land with In what colony, was Washington general anxiety and distress? born ? Va.
♡ What interval elapsed, before In what county ? Westmoreland. Britain again declared war against At what place ? Bridge's Creek. France ?
Where situated ? Near the PoWho was then king of Britain ? tomac, about 40 miles S. of Washof France ?
ington city. General cause of this war? From what place, did Washing
Upon what, were these encroach- ton start on his mission ? Williamsments made in the east ?
burg. What very important place were Which way is Williamsburg from they fortifying in N. Y.?
Edenton ? Where were the French attempt
How far had he to go ? ing to construct a line of forts? What part of the way was a
On what southern colony, did the desert, inhabited by Indians ?
To what French
commander, did Circumstance, that opened the Washington deliver Dinwiddie's war ?
letter ? St. Pierre. Of whom, did that company con- At what place ? At a fort about sist?
15 miles S. E. of the present town Of how much land, had they ob- of Erie. tained a charter ?
In what part of Pa. is Erie ? Near what river ?
On what lake ? How many square miles, allow- Which way from Pittsburg ? ing 640 acres to a square mile ? By whose order, did St. Pierre
About how many miles square ? | say, the French had taken posses30.
sion of the country? What trade did this company Whose orders, did St. Pierre say, wish to carry on with the Indians ? he would obey ?
What territory did the French How did the British ministry claim in that region ? All, whose instruct the Virginians to resist the waters empty into the Mississippi. F.?
Who then seized several English Who received the command of a traders ?
regiment for that purpose ?