en one thing is removed by God to make way for another, the new excels the old.— The wheels of Providence, he adds, are not turned about by blind chance, but they are full of eyes round about, and the came to be
Chap. XXIV.} essentially a southern institution: to the southern colnies, mainly, Providence intrusted the guardianship and the education of the colored race.
The concurrent testimony Carolina; with less than a thousand men, by his vigilant activity,
Chap. XXIV.} trusting in Providence, he prepared for defence.
We are resolved not to suffer defeat—such was his cheer-
1742 Junethe bosom of New England. The whole town is much engaged with concern for the expedition, how Providence will order the af-
Chap XXIV} fair, for which religious meetings every week are maintained.
peditions, under a chief of their own election, enlist for a vigorous attack by night; but now Providence seemed remarkably to frown upon the affair.
May 26. assailants are discovered; a murdero
, 456 Peorias, III. 197.
Pepperell, William, III. 458.
Pequods, war with the, I 397, 400.
Peters, Hugh, arrives, I. 383.
His death, II. 32.
Philadelphia founded, II. 389,
Philip, King, II. 98.
Phipps, William, III. 83.
Pilgrims, their flight, I. 301.
At Leyden, 302.
Sail for America, 307.
Arrive at Cape Cod, 309.
Land at Plymouth, 313.
Their sufferings, 314.
Plymouth colony, royal commissioners in, II. 84.
Revolution in, 449.
United with Massachusetts, II. 81. See Pilgrims.
Pocahontas, I. 131, 146.
Poisson, Du, III. 361.
Pokanokets, II. 98; III. 238.
Port Royal founded, I. 26.
Its name changed to Annapolis, III. 218.
Portugal, voyages of, I. 14.
Slavery in, 166.
Its colonial system, III. 113.
Potawatomies, III. 242.
Poutrincourt's discoveries, I. 26.
Powhatan, I. 125.
Pring, Martin, in Maine, I. 113.
Providence founded, I. 379. See Rhode Island.
Puritans, I. 279.
Conference with, 296.
Character of, 460.
Washington, George, III. 467.
Wesley, John and Charles, III. 428.
West, Francis, I. 196.
Weymouth explores the coast, I. 114.
Whalley, Edward, II. 34.
Wheelwright, John, I. 388.
Removes to Piscataqua, 392.
Whitaker, the apostle of Virginia, I. 144.
Whitefield, George, III. 429.
Apologist of slavery, 448.
Wickliffe, a benefactor to America, II. 458.
Wilford, Thomas, II. 230.
Williams, Eunice, III. 213.
Williams, Roger, I. 367.
His exile, 377.
Plants Providence, 379.
His character, 380.
William and Mary College founded, III. 25.
William of Orange, III. 2.
His policy triumphant, 227.
False to the liberty of the seas, 230.
Willoughby's voyage, I. 70.
Wilson climbs a tree to preach, I. 389.
Wingfield engages in colonization, I. 118, 127.
Winnebagoes, III. 243.
Wisconsin, Jesuits in, III. 155.
Witchcraft in Massachusetts, III. 72.
In Salem, 84.
Executions for, 88, 93 Loses its terror, 97.
Wyandots. See Huron-Iroquois.