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From American Celonization Society May 28, 1913.



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Abolitionists. [See “Dana, Rev. Daniel, D. D.” “Illinois.”)
Rebuke to the, from the Quebec Gazette, 71.
Proposal to, 67.
Araica. [“See A. C. S.’ “Liberia,” “Missions,’ &c.]

American Society for the promotion of education in, 196. Lettter in oppo-
sition to it, 318.

Third annual report of the Ladies’ Society of Fredericksburg and Falmouth, for promoting education in, 311.

Moral Geography of, 267.

Travellers in, 267.

South Africa, 199. The Bible in, 295. Capabilities of the Mosika Missionary Station, 247. Its destruction, 249. Government of Moselekatsi, 248. Character of the King, 248. See 249. His relation to Dingaan, 248. The Toolahs, 249. Honesty of the People, 249. Mission to the Mantatees, 250. Singular custom, 251. Attention to the Gospel, 251. Ur

w;" need of the Gospel, 251. est.Africa. Teddah's visit to Cape Palmas—Kawah’s country, 240. Willages of Giddodo, Boobly and Saurekah, 241. Kay—the town and its inhabitants, 242, 244. Specimen of a Sermon to the People, 243. Slavery–Cannibalism—Influence of white men, 243. Productions and animals of the Bolobo country, 244. Dances—Drama—Need of an Itinerant Missionary, 245, 246. Schools and Teachers, 246.

Western and Central. Prospects of 265, 252.

Acceptableness of the Arabic Scriptures to the Mandingoes, 817. African Cruelty, 164.

Discoveries, 87. Wars, 163. African Repository—Notice to subscribers, 232. Agencies, 199. Amalgamation, 69. AMERican Colonization Society. [See “..Andrews, Rev. C. W.” “Auxiliary Societies.’ “Contributions.” “Gurley, Rev. R. R.' Huey, Daniel.’ “Liberia.” “Resolutions, &c." Its Twentieth Annual Meeting, held in the Capitol of the United States, December 13, 1836, 25. Twentieth Annual Report of the Managers, 1. Resolution concerning its objects and success, 25. Do. do. the condition of the colonial settlements at Liberia, 28. Do. of thanks to the Ministers of the Gospel, 80.

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Resolution concerning measures introductory to an application for national aid to the Society, 30.

Do. do. the cstablishment of the Y. M. Society for pro-
- moting education in Africa, 33.
Do. do. the benefits of colonization to Africa, 33.
Do. do. the deaths of Bishop White and Robert Ralston,
two Vice Presidents of A. C. S. 33.
Do. do. the death of JAMES MADison, 33.

Its adjourned meeting, December 14, 1836, 34.
Resolution concerning Mr. Madison's legacy, 34.

Do. do. the principles and operation of the Society, 34.

Do, ordering a committee on the subject of auxiliary relations, 34.
Resolutions concerning memorials to the State Legislatures, 34.
Its adjourned meeting, December 15, 1836, 35.
Resolution concerning a communication to the State Legislatures, 35.

- Do. ordering a committee to nominate officers, 35.

The nominating committee, 35.
Its adjourned meeting, December 16, 1836, 35.
Discussion of the plan of a report submitted by the committee on auxil-

. relations, 35, 36. Resolutions approving the principles of the report, and referring it back to the cominittee, with instructions, 36. The report of the committee, 73, 74. Remarks on its application to Congress for a charter, 41. Proceedings in the Senate on that subject, 43. Remarks on a passage concerning it in the report of the Managers of the Maryland State Col. Soc. 120. Its special meeting, May 13, 1837, at Beltsville, Md. 185. Officers and Managers, 188. Charter granted to it, March 22, 1837, by the Legislature of Md. 185. Notice concerning its Reports, 199. Legacy to it, 223. Its general prospects, 260. Proposed donation of land to it, 304. Notice of its proposed twenty-first annual meeting, 359. Anderson, Mr. Addresses the Virginia Col. Soc. at its sixth annual meeting, 58. Andrews, Rev. Charles W. Extracts from the report presented by him to the Virginia Col. Soc. at its sixth annual ineeting, 48. Anti-Slavery Society. Curious calculation concerning it, 254. Arabs, The Moors and, 275, 276, 277, 278. Ashantee, 273. Auxiliary Societies. [See ‘A. C. S.;’ ‘Resolutions, &c.”] Views of their relations to the Parent Society, 21, 22. Report on, 73. Circular to, 37. In Connecticut. Annual meeting of the Conn. Col. Soc. 260. In Louisiana. The State Col. Soc. proposes to establish a colonial settlement in Africa, 190, 191. In Mississippi. Resolutions of the executive committee of the State Col. Soc. 63, 64. Plan of establishing a colonial settlement in Asrica, 190, 191, 192. In New Hampshire. Officers and managers of the New Hampshire Col. Soc. 259. In New York. Extracts from the report of the managers of the N. York City Col. Soc. at its fifth anniversary meeting—Proceedings, 210, 216. Officers and managers of the Keesville Col. Soc. 327. In North Carolina. Meeting and proceedings of the State Col. Soc. April 8, 1837, 174. Adjourned meeting, April 10, 1837. Officers, 175. In Ohio. The Fredericksburg, Wayne County, Col. Soc. formed—Officers, 63. The Antrim Col. Soc. formed, 138. Its officers, 143. The Stillwater do. do. near Samos, Belmont County, 199- The Harrison County Col. Soc. sorined, 237.

Auxilia RY Societi Es—Continued. -
A Col. Soc. at Utica, formed, 258. Letter concerning it, 258,
259. Its officers 259.
Proceedings at the seventh annual meeting of the male and
female Col. Soc. of Greene County, 293,294. Their respec-
tive officers and managers, 294. Their respective seventh
annual reports, 306, 397. * -
In Pennsylvania. Anniversary inteting of the Young Men's Col. Soc. of
Penn. 100, 122, 136. Correction of a passage, concerning Edina, in
the report of the managers, 123.
The Pottstown Col. Suc.—officers and managers, 124.
Anniversary meeting, May 22, 1837, of the Penn. Col. Soc. 216.
In Vermont. Extract from the 17th annual report of the Vermont Col.
Soc 176. Its circular, 226.
In Virginia. Proceedings of the Va. Col. Soc. at its sixth annual meet-
ing, 43.
Extracts from the report of the managers, 48. Its officers and mana-
gers, 59.
Anniversary meeting of the Lynchburg Col. Soc. 53. Extract from
the report of the managers, 61. Officers and managers, 62.
Bacon, Dr. David F. Extracts of a letter, Feb. 15, 1837, from him, 170.
Bacon, Rev. Leonard. Addresses the Coan. Col. Soc. at its annual Ineeting, 260.
Bassa Cove. [See Liberia.") Military desence of, 21S.
Proposed expedition to, 213.
Begharmi, 272.
Benin, 272.
“Bermuda Case.” Suit on a policy of insurance for the value of American slaves,
driven by stress of weather into Belmuda, and there judicially declared
to be free, 226.
Bibb, Rev. Richard Jr. 144. [See ‘Emancipation."]
Blair, Mr. 278. [See ‘Emancipation.’]
Blancho, Peter, a slave trader, 163,279.
Bornou, 272.
Braxton, Carter, 354. [See ‘Einancipation.’]
Breckinridge, Rev. John, D. D. Addresses the Pennsylvania Col. Soc. at its anni-
versary meeting, 216.
Breckinridge, Rev. Robert J. Resolutions concerning his discussion, in England,
on American slavery, 111.
Brich, Rev. John. Bequeaths five hundred dollars to A. C. S. 223, 224.
Brown, George S. A colored teacher at Liberia. His letter, March 25, 1837, 289.
Brown, Rev. Janes M. 144. [See Emanciputton.’] -
Buchanan, Thomas. Addresses a Col. Ineeting at Harrisburg, Penn. 167. See 178,
I 71.
Addresses the Penn, Col. Soc. at its anniversary meeting,
Butler, Charles. His liberal donation to the New York City Col. Soc. 142.
Caillie, Rene. His travels in Africa, 268.
Camp, Herman. His liberal donation to the N. Y. C. Col. Soc. 71.
Cannibalism in the Bolobo country, West Africa, 243. -
Carrol, Rev. Dr. of Virginia. His remarks at the fifth anniversary of the N. Y. C.
Col. Soc. 213.
Catron, Judge John. His judicial opinion in the case of ‘Fisher's negroes vs.
Dabbs et al.’ 125.
Chase, Rev. S. His letter, Dec. 20, 1836, from Monrovia, 218.
His illness, 284.
His return to the U. States, and recovery, 288.
Clarke, Matthew St. Clair. Addresses A. C. S. at its twentieth annual meeting
34, 36.
‘Clarkson and Mills—their way,’ 326.
Clay, Henry, M. C. His letter accepting the Presidency of A. C. S. 88. Remarks
on it, 69.
B His letter, May 30, 1837, to Daniel Huey, 305.

Colonists. [See Liberia,’ &c.] Letters from, 103.
Duties of, 374.
Colonization. [See ‘A. C. S.’; ‘..Muriliary Societies;’ ‘Clay, Henry;' " Illinois;”
Liberia;’ ‘Nicholson, Capt. Joseph J.;’ ‘Resolutions, &c."]
Discussion in England, 17.
Prospects in Virginia, 17. Report concerning, to the Legislature of
Virginia, 47.
Secretary's visit to the south and southwest, 17.
Proceedings in the Federal House of Representatives in relation to, 46.
Extrac's concerning, from the (Penn.) Keystone, and the (Georgia)
Christian lindex, 260.
Extracts concerning, from the (D. C.) Potomac Advocate, and the
American Herald, 314.
Contrast between its results and those of abolition. From the (N. Y.)
Pulaski Advocate, 315.
Remarks concerning it, from the New Hampshire Observer,315.
Do. do. do. do. do. Pittsburgh Christian Herald, 371.
Letter do. do. do. agentletnan in Illinois, 378.
• Colonization Sketches,’ 112, 145, 177, 206.
Letter from Washington City concerning them, 183.
Colored People. [“See A. C. S.;’ ‘Emancipation;’ ‘Emigrution;’ “Liberia,’ &c.]
Of Boston, 88.
Condition of, in Delaware. 315.
Colored members in Baptist Churches, 376.
Cox rer Britions to A. C. S. From October 25 to December 31, 1836, 40.
Froin January 1 to January 25, 1837, 72.
From do. 25 to February 25, 1837, 104.
From Feb’ry 25 to March 25, 1837, 136.
From March 25 to April 25, 1887, 168.
From April 25 to May 25, 1837, 200.
From May 25 to June 20, 1837, 232.
From June 20 to July 20, 1837, 264.
From July 20 to August 20, 1887, 296.
From August 20 to September 20, 1837. 328.
From Sept. 20 to October 20, 1837, 860.
From October 20 to November 20, 1837, 380.
Correspondence, Extract of a letter from a gentleman in Virginia concerning
colonization at d abolition, 359.
Letter from the Secretary of the Ladies’ Society of Georgetown, D.C.
Coyner, Rev. David H. Arpointed an agent, 199.
Crawsord. Judge Willian, I. His judicial opinion in the case of Jordan vs. Brad-
ley's legatees. 234.
Crittendon, Join J. M. C. Addresses A. C. S. at its twentieth annual meeting, 34.
Custis, George W. P. Addresses A. C. S. at its twentieth annual meeting, 33.
Dana. Rev. Daniel, D. D. Desence of him against an abolitionist, 238.
JDavis, Aaron P. A colonist, 1 'ter from, 103. See 104.
Delaware. Condition of the colored population of 315.
J), n} an and Clapperton. Their travels in Africa. 268.
Joevo shire. The Dochess of Verses by her, 276.
J ouglass, Rev. Orson. Addresses A. C. S. at its twentieth annual meeting, 86.
I ream. The. 320.
Edgar, Rev. John T. His letter, Dec. 6, 1836, concerning the prospects of colo-
nization, 67.
Famiston, Nicholas P. 67, 125, 191. [See ‘Emancipation."]
Edncation in Artica. [See Africa.”]
EMAncipation. [See ‘Emigration...” “Green, James,’ &c. &c.] Communication
concerning Johnston Cleveland's manninitted slaves, 65.
John Sinth, of Sussex county, Va., manumits by will all his slaves
for colonization in Liberia, 65, 356.
Fo Tubman, of Augusta, Geo. manumits by will 48 slaves, 66,

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