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Acts of assembly, early style of, 139. Carolina, origin of the name, 100.
Advertisement, 5.

Carteret, 112.
Alamance, battle-ground of, 55-battle of, Caruthers, his life of Caldwell, 218.
183 to 186.

Caswell, fort, 41.
Alamance, verses on, S. W. Whiting, 56. Catawba, flower of, Hornet's Nest, 69.
Albemarle region, description of, 21.

Catawba grape, 68.
Almanacs, origin of name, 318.

Catawba Indians, 94.
Amidas, Philip, one of the commanders of Catawba river, 67.

the first expedition to North-Carolina, 91. Cathmaid. colony of, 101.
Anson county, female school in, 75.

Census of North-Carolina, 328.
Asbe, Colonel John, 163-heads a tumult of Census of the United States, 330.
citizens, 164.

Central railroad, 48.
Ashville, 80.

Chapel Hill, university of North Carolina,
Ashville, female college in, 75.

48, 49.
Assembly, last session of, under the royal Charlotte, 62.

government, in North-Carolina, 191. Cherokee Indians, 94.
Asylum, lunatic, 47.

Cherokee Indians, expeditions to conciliate,

141, 142.
BAKER, Thomas, 147.

Cherokee Indians present the diadem of the
Baptist female college at Oxford, 75.

nation to Sir Alexander Cumming, 142.
Barlow, Arthur, one of the commanders Childs and Corbin, rascality of, 159.

of the first expedition to North-Carolina, Chowan institute, 75.
91.

Chowan river, 31.
Bath county laid off, 119.

Chronological table of inventions, 317.
Beaufort, 36.

Chronological tables, eras in history, 316.
Berkely, George, bishop of Cloyne, his verses Church, Episcopal, established by law in
on America, 54.

North-Carolina, 135.
Berry, chief justice, 164.

Church, the first built in North-Carolina,
Blount, King, 125.

119.
Blue Ridge, 77, 81.

Clarendon, county of, 107.
Boundary between North and South-Caro- Clarendon county, laid off, 106.
lina, 145.

Corn Song, Whittier, 31.
Boundary-line between North-Carolina and Clubfoot and Harlowe canal, 36.
Virginia run, 129, 147.

Clubfoot and Harlowe canal company in.
Boundary of the Cherokee hunting-grounds, corporated, 166.

Coal, in Chatham county, 44, 73.
Brickall, Dr. John, his expedition to the Colony on Roanoke island, the first planted
Cherokee Indians, 141, 142.

on American soil, 22.
Bright, Simon, 178.

Committee of correspondence and inquiry,
Broad river, first, second, third, 67.

189.
Brunswick, old, ruins of, 145.

Committees of safety, 197.
Burrington, George, governor of North Common schools, 75, 76.
Carolina, 123, 110, 111.

Concord, 61.
Burke, Thomas, governor, taken prisoner Congress, first provincial, 189, 190-second
by the tories, 217.

provincial congress, 191.
Butler, 176.

Congress, provincial, 196—first continental,

190,
CALDWELL Institute, 75.

Constitutions adopted, 108.
Cape-Hear, country of the, 40.

Constitutions, fundamental, abrogated, 117.
Cape-Fear river, 43-discovery of, 107. Constitution of North-Carolina formed,
Capes Fear, Hatteras, and Lookout, 45.

209.
Capitol of North-Carolina, 47—burning of, Constitution of the United States formed
221-view of, 91.

209-rejected by North-Carolina, 210-20
Carey, Thomas, deputy governor, 119, 125. cepted, 210.

355

167.

Coree Indians, 94.

Granganemo, Indian chief, 92.
Cornwallis, his first entrance into North-Grapes in North-Carolina, Isabella, Cataw.
Carolina, 212—his second, 214.

ba, and Scuppernong, the three best grown
Croatan, peninsula, 33.

in the United States, all natives of North-
Cross Creek, 43.

Carolina, 352.
Culpepper, 113.

Granville, earl of, has his eighth of the

province of North-Carolina run off, 146-
Dan, lands on, 56.

his agents, 159.
Daniel, deputy governor, 119.

Great Bridge, battle of, 198, 199.
Dare, Virginia, first child born of the Anglo Greensboro', 57.

Saxon race, on the soil of America, 22. Greensboro' female college, 74.
Davidson college, 74.

Grenville, Sir Richard, 93.
Davie, his reception of Cornwallis, 212, 213. Guilford, battle-ground of, 57.
Days, when they begin, origin of the names Guilford, battle of, 216.
of, 318.

Guilford, Quaker college in, 75.
Deaf and dumb asylum, 47-view of, 248.
Definitions of foreign phrases, 328.

HALF-WAY house, 25.
Deputies to the first continental congress, Hall, 147.
190.

Harvey, Thos., president of the council, 119.
Deep river, 44, 57.

Harvey, John, elected moderator of the first
Dismal Swamp, 24.

provincial congress, 190.
Dobbs, Arthur, governor of North-Carolina, Hasel, James, president of the council, 187.
153 to 160.

Hatteras, cape of, 45.
Donald McDonald, general, unfurls the Haw river, 44.

royal standard at Cross creek, 196mis Hickory-nut gap, 77.
taken prisoner, 201.

Highlanders, colony of, come to North Caro-
Drummond, Jake, 28.

lina, 147, 148, 149.
Drummond, William, first governor of North- Hillsboro', 49.
Carolina, 25.

History, general, synopsis of, 310.
Durant's neck, 22.

History of North-Carolina from 1730 to 1734,
Durant, George, grant of lands to, by the 140-144.

chief of the Yeopim Indians, the oldest re- from 1734 to 1748, 144-147.
cord of the State, 101.

from 1749 to 1752, 147–150.

from 1752 to 1754, 150–151.
EDEN, Charles, governor of North-Carolina, from 1754 to 1764, 153–162.
125.

from 1764 to 1771, 162–187.
Edenton, 30.

from 1771 to 1775, 187-196.
Education in North-Carolina, 75.

from 1775 to 1850, 196-223.
Electors, qualifications of, fixed, 146. History of social, religious, and political
Elizabeth city, 31.

progress of North-Carolina, 130–139.
Everard, Sir Richard, governor of North- History of the discovery and first attempt
Carolina, 128.

to settle North-Carolina, 91.
Explanations of technical terms, 320. of the first settlements in Carolina, 101-

104.
FANCY sketch, 53.

of North-Carolina from 1662 to 1669,
Fannen, David, 217,

104-108.
Fanning, Edmund, 173, 177, 179.

of the fundamental constitutions of Caro
Fayettville, 43.

lina, 108-116.
Fayetteville and Salem plank-road, 44. of North-Carolina from 1683 to 1693, 116,
Fisheries of North-Carolina, 33.

117.
Floral female college, 75.

from 1695 to 1712, 119-125.
Florida, origin of the name, 100.

from 1712 to 1719, 125-130.
Fonte, his sketches of North Carolina, 218. House in which Cornwallis lodged, 49.
Fort on Roanoke island, 22.

House of Commons, 157, 158, 165, 167, 168,
Foundations of the “City of Raleigh” laid 169, 188, 189, 191.
on Roanoke island, 97.

Howe, colonel, 198, 199,
Fox, George, the founder of the Quaker sect, Hubbard, his life of General Davie, 218.
visits North-Carolina, 111.

Huguenots, arrival of, in North-Carolina,
Frankland, State of, 219,

121.
French Broad river, 80.

Hunter, 175—Howell, 175.

Husband, Herman, 175, 176, 183.
GALE, Christopher, 129.

Hyde, Edward, the first governor who was
General description of North Carolina, 84. styled in his commission “Governor of
General view of the upland region of North- North-Carolina," 119.

Carolina, 7C.
Ginseng, 82.

INDEPENDENCE declared for by the provincial
Gold, 261bs. lump found in Cabarrus, 72. congress of North-Carolina, 202, 203-
Goldsboro', 36.

national declaration read at Halifax, 207,
Governors of North-Carolina, 223.

208.
Graffenried, Christopher de, a Swiss, who Indian-corn, discovery of, 95.

contracts to bring a colony to North-Caro- Indians of North Carolina, 94.
lina, 122.

massacre by, 124.

Indians, treatment of, in North-Carolina, | New Berne, 35, 36.
120.

New river, 40.
Innis, Colonel James, 151.

Newspapers, the first published in North-
Introduction, 9.

Carolina, 161.

Normal college, in Randolph-Rev. B. Cra-
JERSEY Settlement, 58.

ven, principal, 76.
Johnston, fort, 147, 148, 149, 150.
Johnston, Gabriel, governor of North-Caro-OCRACOCKE inlet, 36.
lina, 143, 144, 145.

Officers of Tryon's army, 182.
Jones, Jo. Seawell, his defence of North- Old Topsail inlet, 37.
Carolina, 218.

Old Town creek, early settlement on, 101.
Jones, Sir William, verses, “What consti- Orange, disturbances in the court-house,
tutes a State,” 41.

178, 179.
Juniper and cypress timber, &c., 22. Oxford, 75.
KING's Mountain, battle of, 202.

Palace built by Gov. Tryon, 167.
Knight, Tobias, 127.

Palatines, arrival of, in North-Carolina,

121.
LANE, Richard, his early explorations in Pamlico river, 36.

North-Carolina, 94—his romantic expedi- Pamlico, sound and county of, 34.
tion up the Roanoke river, 95.

Peaches, 45.
Laws, original mode of publishing, 118. Pilot mountain, view of, 268--verses on, by
Lawson, John, surveyor-general and first James B. Shepard, 58.

historian of North-Carolina, murdered by Pines, the, 39.
the Indians, 123, 124.

Pirates, incursions of, into North-Carolina,
Legislature, the first ever convened in North- 125-127.
Carolina, 107.

Pollock, Thomas, 125–128.
Lexington, 58.

Population of the world, 331-of the prius
Lines, 80.

cipal cities in the United States, 331.
Lines, by Mrs. W.J. Clarke, 66.

Portage railroad, 61.
Lines, by Wm. Cullen Bryant, 83.

Post-routes, the first in North-Carclina,
Locke, John, the celebrated author, legis- 161.
lates for North-Carolina, 108-116.

Potato, discovery of, 94.
Ludwell, Philip, governor of North-Caro Precincts, 138mchanged to counties, 140.
lina, 117.

Proprietaries of Carolina, with one excep-
Lumber, 43.

tion, surrender their interests to the king,

(George II.,) 130.
MANTEO, 93, 97, 98.

Pyle, colonel, defeat of, 215.
Manufactories of North-Carolina, 329.
Martin, Josiah, governor of North-Carolina, QUAKERS persecuted in Virginia and Massa-
191.

chusetts, 101, 102.
Matilda, Susannah Carolina, an adventurer,
&c., 188.

RALEIGH, Sir Walter, his character, 98, 99,
McDonald, Flora, 148.

Raleigh, city of, 47.
McDonald, general, 196, 200, 201.

Raleigh and Gaston railroad, 48.
Mecklenburgh, 65.

Ramsour's mill, battle of, 202.
Mecklenburgh declaration of independence, Reed, William, 128.
192, 193.

Regulators, origin of, 171-organization of,
Melons, 45.

173—progress of, 174, 175, 176, 177—vio-
Mineral interests of North-Carolina, 71. lence of, 178, 179-run together, 173—
Mineralogical survey, 73.

battle of Alamance, 184, 185, 186.
Minerals of North-Carolina, 332.

Representatives, apportionment of, fixed,
Mitchell, Lewis, assists in bringing Palatines 146.
to North-Carolina, 122.

Resources of North-Carolina, 338.
Mitchell, Mount, 79.

Revolution in North-Carolina, 208.
Monatenon, Indian chief, treachery of, 95.

Rice, 42.
Moore, Maurice, 178.

Rice, Nathaniel, acts as governor, 150.
Moore, Thomas, verses on a legend of the Roanoke, inlet of, 23-island of, 21.
Dismal Swamp, 28.

Roanoke river, 31, 95.
Moore's creek, battle of, 199–202.

Rogue's Harbour, origin of the name, 130.
Moravians, colony of, comes to North-Caro Rowan, Matthew, president of council,
lina, 151.

150.
Moravians, sect of, 57.

Rules and instructions for correct reading:
Mosely and Holton, rascality of, 159.

13.
Mosely, Edward, 129.

Rutherfordton, 77.
Moss, 36.
Mountain region of North-Carolina, 76. Salem, 57.

Salem female school, 75.
NAG's Head, 22, 23.

Salisbury, 61.
Nag's Head or Roanoke inlet, 23.

Sand-hills, 44.
Negroes, attempted insurrection of, 195. School-house, 161.
Neuse river, 34, 70.

Scotch Irish, 149.

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260.

107.

228.

Scoupernong grape, 31.

Every human heart the seat of conflict be-
Seat of government fixed, 161, 221.

tween the angel of good and the demon of
Shaftesbury, earl of, legislates for North- evil-Shepard, 252.
Carolina, 108-116.

True religion is cheerful-Reade, 253.
Smith, chief justice, 141.

Avarice and prodigality alike to be avoided
Smithville, 41.

-Battle, 254.
Smoky mountains, 81.

Resources of a cultivated mind--Davis,
Song of the Ploughman, 50.

255.
Song of Steam, G. W. Cutter, 63.

The folly of complaining--Prof. Deems,
Sons of liberty, 172.

256.
Sothel, Seth, governor of North-Carolina. The dangers of lassitude-Badger, 257.
113, 116.

The warrior and philosopher--Bryan, 259.
St. Mary's school, Raleigh, 75.

Education at the present day-Raleigh Star,
St. John's college, 75.
Stamps arrive in North Carolina, 163. Female education, womau's mission-Wiley,
their reception, 163,

262.
Staples of North-Carolina, 329.

The sand-hills of North-Carolina, from
Stevens, Samuel, governor of Albemarle, Alamance, 266.

The Pilot mountain-Greensboro Patriot,226.
Swann, Samuel, 129.

The mission of Washington-Union among
Swann's revisal, 147.

men- Wiley, 269.

LinesHornor, 273.
SELECTIONS IN PROSE.

Scenery in the mountains of North Carolina

- Wilson, 274.
Integrity the most important element of Mountain scenery in North-Carolina--Lan-
character-Gaston, 225.

man, 275.
Importance to all men of a careful examina-North-Carolina claims her children

tion of the Christian religion-Badger, Bryant, 279.
226.

Sorrow for the dead - Winslow, 280.
Only the true benefactors of the human race The dead of North-Carolina-Elis, 280.

leave a name grateful to posterity- Advantages of State pride-Avery, 281.

Strange, 227.
Importance of general education-Shepard,

SELECTIONS IN POETRY.
Same subject-Barringer, 229.

To my Mother, on her birth-day, 283.
Important discovery- Prof. Mitchell, 230.

Spring-Ladies' Magazine, 284.
No system of education complete if it ne-

Summer ScenesThompson, 285.
glects the morals, the manners, and the The Bucket-Woodworth, 287.

Scene after a summer shower, 286.
affections--Grahame, 231.
Duties of educated men-Barnes, 232.

Autumn-Thompson, 287.
Importance
of female society in the improve. The Autumn Evening-Peabody, 289.

Indian Summer-MacKellar, 288.
ment of mind and formation of character
-- Iredell, 232.

The Frost Spirit-Whittier, 290.
What constitutes true social refinement on the importance of time to man-Young,

290.
Hil, 233.

John C. Calhoun-Holden, 292.
Temperance-Ruffin, 233.
The original limits of North-Carolina-Weep not for the past, 293.

Marriage of the Sun and Moon-Ellenwood,
Phillips, 234.
We want a North-Carolina spirit-Colton, Svannanoa-Ashville (N. C.) News, 295.

294.
235.
North-Carolina-Stanley, 235.

Hills of Dan-Morehead, 296.
True course of a statesman of North-Caro Morning Hymn-Milton, 297.
lina and of the Union- Washington, 236.

A Psalm of Life-Longfellow, 299.
National justice-Moore, 237.

The Universal Prayer-Pope, 300.
The mission of the United States Hooper, The Creator's works proclaim him-Addi-

238.
Importance of a home literature-Eaton,

SELECTIONS FROM SCRIPTURE.
239.
The Union invaluable-Miller, 240.

Psalm xix., 302.
The Union, North-Carolina-Dobbin, 241. Ecclesiastes, chap. xii., 302.
True philanthropy, true statesmanship-Isaiah, chap. lv., 303.
Morehead, 244.

Matthew, chapters v.-vii., 304.
Gilmer, 214.
Woodfin, 245.

Tar and tar-pitch, the first made in North-
Thomas, 246

Carolina, 120.
Rayner, 240.

Tar river, 34.
Wishington, 247.

Teach, Edward, the celebrated pirate chief,
The false or pretended philanthropy of the called Black beard, 126—his death, 126.
age-Miller, 249.

Tennessee, 142, 221.
Religious toleration-Taylor, 242.

Time, division of, 318.
Filial duties- Manly, 250.

Time-old style-new style, 318.
Christianity-Bishop Greene, 251.

Time table, 319.

son, 301.

Tobacco, discovery of, 94.

Washington, 37.
Tower Hill, 161.

Weevil, its first appearance in American
Towns first laid off in North-Carolina, 139.

129.
Tryon, William, governor of North-Caro- Wheeler, his forth-coming book, 218.
lina, 160.

White,John, appointed governor by Raleigh,
Turpentine, amount made in North-Caro- 97.
lina, 346.

Wilkesboro', 60.
Tuscarora Indians, 94.

Wilkinson, John, 114.
Tuscaroras emigrate from North-Carolina, Williamston, 96.
125.

Wilmington, 42-origin of name, 145.

Wilmington and Raleigh railroad, 42.
UNIVERSITY of North-Carolina, 74—view of, Wine in North-Carolina, 344.
221.

Wocoken, 92.
Upland region of North-Carolina, 47. Wreckers, 45.
VIRGINIA, origin of name, 93.

YADKIN river, 60.

Yankee Doodle, origin of, 155.
WADDELL, Hugh, 163, 182, 183.

Yeamans, Sir John, appointed first governor
Wake-forest college, 74.

of the colony on Cape-Fear, 106.
Walker, Henderson, president of council, Yellow-jacket, 147.

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