, even if you are obliged to use two kinds of shot and shell to do it with, than it is to be destroyed or captured by an armed fleet, notwithstanding the pleasure it might give the Ordnance Bureau to use but one kind of ammunition.
The Governor illustrated these points at considerable length, and closed with this paragraph:—
I hope you will not at all be discouraged by the ordnance officers.
If they object, please go to the Secretary of War.
At a time when Long Island Head and Deer Island Spit cannot have an earthwork nor a gun for the want of power by the United States to supply ordnance, it is a gross and miserable absurdity for our people at Washington to turn up their noses at guns, the production of which the English and Russian Governments have now completely monopolized, so that, after filling our antecedent contracts, we could get no more of them of foreign manufacture, if we would.
The reader will have noticed, that, from the outbreak of the war, the Governor'
apman, 2.49, 432, contributions from G., 208, 432.
Liberty Party and its successors, 2.434, 435, 437, 438.
See Anti-slavery political party.
Lieber, Francis [1800-1872], 2.81.
Lilley & Waite, 1.73.
Lincoln, Abraham [1809-1865], 2.310, emancipation proclamation, 1.397; indebtedness to J. Q. Adams, 2.75.
Lincoln, Levi [1782-1868], censured by G. on account of Mass.
Claim, 1.62; reelection urged by G., 85; declines to receive Lib., 325.
Lloyd, Frances Maria (Fanny) [b. Deer Island, N. B., 1776; d. Baltimore, Md., Sept. 3, 1823], ancestry, 1.14, personal appearance, 14, 34, happy youth, 39; religious experience, 14, 15; captivates Abijah Garrison, 13, marriage, 15, children, 16, 20, 24, removal to Newburyport, Mass., 20; expels a drinking party, 26; becomes a monthly nurse, 26; church attendance and singing, 27; visit to Nova Scotia, removal to Lynn, 27, to Baltimore with the Newhalls, 31; a nurse again, 32, 38; establishes a women's prayer-meeting, 32; moral counsel to
, N. H., 58, 61, 65.
Congress, United States, 39, 40, 42, 43, 138. Country Brook, 6, 7, 11.
Covington, Ky., 137.
Cowper, William, his Lament for the Royal George, mentioned, 159.
Crandall, Dr., Reuben, imprisoned, 48; death, 49.
Cushing, Caleb, 40, 42, 69, 77; candidate for Congress, 41; elected, 43; defeated, 43, 44.
Dana, R. H., 42.
Danvers, Mass., 97, 180.
Dartmouth College, 19.
Declaration of Independence of United States, 69.
Declaration of Sentiments, 74.
Deer Island, 107.
De Quincey, Thomas, his Confessions of an Opium Eater, mentioned, 175.
Derby, Mr., 88.
Dexter, Lord, Timothy, 97.
Dinsmore, Robert, 155.
Douglass, Frederick, 181.
Douw, Gerard, 9.
Dustin, Hannah, 4.
Earle, Edward, 121.
East Haverhill, Mass., 23, 51, 58.
East Salisbury, Mass., 44.
Edinburgh, Scotland, 107.
Elliot, Me., 142.
Ellis, Rev. G. E., 83.
Emancipator, the, mentioned, 67.
Emerson, Nehemiah, 137.
Emerson, Mrs., Nehemiah, 137.
Emerson, Ralph Wald