inia, 1.230, 231, 249; confessions, 250.
Tyler, John [1790-1862], on A. S. documents at South, 1.486; plan to restrict slavery in D. C., 2.325.
Tyng, Stephen Higginson, Rev. [b. 1800], 1.213.
Tyson, Elisha [b. near Philadelphia; d. Baltimore, Feb. 16, 1824, aged 75], 1.393.—Portrait in Life, and in Genius of U. E., April, 1830.
Unionist, edited by C. C. Burleigh, 1.416.
Unitarians, muzzle for the Lib., 1.462, 463, 2.258, doctrinal timidity, 224.—See, also, W. E. Channing, R. W. Emerson, C. Follen, E. S. Gannett, S. May, Jr., S. J. May, J. G. Palfrey, J. Pierpont, R. F. Wallcut, H. Ware, Jr.
Universalists, Maine, mum about slavery, 2.78.—See, also, A. Ballou, G. Bradburn, A. St. Clair.
Ursuline Convent sacked, 1.448, 466, 2.33, 189.—View in Memorial Hist.
Boston, vol. 3.
Utica, mob, 2.39, 42, 45, 52; A. S. centre, 259.
Van Buren, Martin [1782-1862], Presidential aspirant, 1.500; opposed by Lib., 2.81; pledge against abolition in D. C., 82, 198; reelection