Removes to New-York, 296.
Matthew Carey's facetious Letter of Introduction, 296.
Anecdotes of his visit to England and Ireland, 296 to 313.
Anecdote of the Diseased Horse, 302.
Visit to William Penn's Grave, 309.
The Storm at Sea. Profane Language rebuked, 312.
The Clergyman and his Books, 313.
His Book-store in New-York, 313.
The Mob in Pearl-Street, 315.
Judge Chinn's Slave, 316.
One of his sons mobbed at the South, 319.
His Letter to the Mayor of Savannah, 327.
His Phrenological Character, 335.
His Unconsciousness of Distinctions in Society, 339.
The Darg Case, 340.
Letter from Dr. Moore, 356.
Mrs. Burke's Slave, 357.
Becomes Agent in the Anti-Slavery Office, 363.
His youthful appearance, 363, 491.
Anecdotes showing his love of Fun, 364 to 374.
His sense of Justice, 374.
His Remarkable Memory, 375.
His Costume and Personal Habits, 378 to 380.
His Library, 380.
His Theology, 381.
His Adherence to Quak