. W., P. 30
How the B's stung the Chivalry, P. 143
Hubbard, C. D., Doc. 328
Hubbard, —, artist, N. Y., D. 56
Hudson, H. N., Rev., D. 43
Hudson, N. Y., meeting at, D. 35
Hughes, John, Archbishop of Now York, letter to the Union meeting, New York, April 20, Doc. 89
Hull, Solomon L., Doc. 108
Hunt, Washington, speech at the Union meeting, Doc. 90
Hunt, Wilson G., D. 91
Hunter, —, Senator of Va., D. 49
Huntington, —, artist, N. Y., D. 56
Hyde, P. W. D. 45
Hymn for a Flag Raising, P. 140
Iatan, Mo., secession flug at, D. 91
If any one attempts to haul down the American flag, shoot him on the spot, Doc. 27
Ike Sumter, a poem by, P. <*>5
Illinois, troops of, seize arms in the St. Louis Arsenal, D. 44; war enthusiasm of the people, D. 45
Independence, Mo., action near, D. 107
Indiana, alacrity of the troops of, D. 58 6th Regt. left Cincinnati, O., D. 86; troops at Philippi, D. 91
re than a year ago you came to defend and protect North-Carolina.
You had possession of Roanoke Island, Fort Macon, New-bern, Washington, and Hatteras.
How are they now?
In the Falstaff imagination of your secession friends, every soldier under General Foster was transformed into live; the sea-coast is abandoned, and you are eating out the substance of my people in the interior.
Come, look at the counties of Currituck, Cam. den, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Chowan, Washington, Tyrrell, and Hyde.
Think of this immense and rich territory — of their bright fields; how their valleys laughed with corn and wheat before your arrival; and now behold them, under the advice and rule of your demon associates, almost covered with blood and ashes.
Pardon me for giving you a word of advice — the last from me, as I leave immediately for my distant home.
You have committed a great crime in your part in this horrid war. You commenced with perjury, and are trying to sustain yourself with impuden
2. Waxing Devices.
21,361PeppersAug. 31, 1858.
23,752BrighamApr. 26, 1859.
2. Waxing Devices (continued).
39,092DrewJune 30, 1863.
40,484HydeNov. 3, 1863.
41,050BanisterJan. 5, 1864.
43,077McKay et al.June 7, 1864.
43,209HolbrookJune 21, 1864.
(Reissue.)1,831HolbrookDec. 6, 1864.
47,911AldrichMaeFeb. 25, 1873.
10. Oiling Thread.
10,975SingerMay 30, 1854.
12,336WilderJan. 30, 1855.
21,361PepperAug. 31, 1858.
See also Class C.
31,604HydeMar. 5, 1861.
31,646MoulsonMar. 5, 1861.
40,209BoltonOct. 6, 1863.
57,010TewksburyAug. 7, 1866.
89,957TuttonMay 11, 1869.
114,823HudsonMay 16, 1871.
1. Hydraulic Engines and Water-Wheels.
120,975JenningsNov. 14, 1871.
121,441WelchNov. 28, 1871.
128,615GreenleafJuly 2, 1872.
131,616HydeSept. 24, 1872.
136,452PalmerMar. 4, 1873.
142,551AtwellSept. 9, 1873.
146,120BackusJan. 6, 1874.
2. Steam, Air, and Gas Engines.
See gas-engine, pp. 947-949;