f its commander, and the delirium and suicide of his successor,—did not even attack Annapolis.
In the next year, the French
1747 fleet, with troops destined for Canada and Nova Scotia, was encountered by Anson and Warren; and all its intrepidity could not save it from striking its colors.
The American colonies suffered only on errimac, and from the township now called Charlestown, on the Connecticut.
Repairing to Louisburg, Shirley, with Warren, had concerted a project for reducing all Canada; and the duke of Newcastle replied to their proposals by direct-
1746 ing preparations for the conquest.
The colonies north of Virginia voted to raise more thanicy, had not desired success.
There is reason enough for doubting whether the king, if he had the power, would wish to drive the French from their possessions in Canada.
Such was public opinion at NewYork, in 1748, as pre-
1748. Nov. Kalm, II.
Pinkerton, II. 461. served for us by the Swedish traveller, Peter Kalm.
Calvert, Charles, in Maryland, II. 237 Returns to England, 240.
Calvin, influence of, I. 266.
Parallel between him and Luther, 277.
Calvinism, political meaning of, II 461 Influence on laws of Massachusetts, 463.
In Connecticut, 464.
Canada, French in, I. 27.
Its conquest, 334; II. 88; II. 183, 220.
Jesuits in, 120.
Cancello, I. 60.
Canonchet, II. 102.
Canonicus, I. 318.
Cardross, Lord, in South Carolina, II. 173.
Carolina, proprietaries of, II. 129.
Popular revolution, 328.
War with the Yamassees, 326.
Caron, Le, III. 118.
Cartier, his voyage, I. 19.
At MontReal, 21.
Carteret, Philip, II. 317.
Carver, John, I. 310.
Catawbas, III. 245.
Cayugas, II. 417.
Champlain in Canada, I. 25. Explores Lake Champlain, 28.
Builds Fort St. Louis, 29.
Establishes missions, III. 121.
Charles I., I. 194.
Convenes a parliament, II. 2.
Charles II., his restoration, II. 29.
Charleston founded, II
grants from, II. 286.
Five Nations. See Iroquois.
Fletcher, Benjamin, in Pennsylvania, III. 37.
In New York, 56.
In Connecticut, 67
Fleury, Cardinal, II. 325.
Averse to war, III. 449.
Florida discovered, I. 31.
Melendez in, 66.
Expeditions against, in. 209, 432.
Fox, George, I. 154.
Influence of the age on him, 354.
His death, 404.
France, first voyages, I. 15.
Trading voyages of, 25.
Settles Acadia and Canada, 27.
Huguenot colonies of, 61.
Its settlements pillaged, 148.
Loses Acadia, 445.
Persecutes the Huguenots, II 174.
War with the Five Nations, 419-423.
Character of its monarchy, 467.
Its rivalry with England, III. 115.
Contends for the fisheries and the west, 175.
War with England, 176.
Indian alliance, 177.
War with the Iroquois, 189.
Colonial boundaries, 192.
Excludes England from Louisiana, 203.
Sends Indians into New England, 214.
Desires peace, III. 225 Ex
Hartford, II. 283.
Harvard College founded, I. 459.
Harvey, John, I. 197.
Haverhill massacre, II. 215.
Haynes, John, I. 362.
Hennepin, Father, II. 163.
His false-hood, 202.
Higginson, Francis, I. 346.
Highlanders in Georgia, II. 427.
History, its criterion, II. 397.
A science, 398.
The record of God's providence, 399.
Hooker, Thomas, character of, I. 363.
Hooper, the martyr, I. 280.
Howard, of Effingham, II. 249.
Hudson's Bay, I. 12, 82; II. 270; II. 180.
Hudson, Henry, II. 264.
In the North River, 266.
Last voyage of, 270.
Huguenots in Canada, I. 28.
In Florida, 64.
In South Carolina, II. 174.
In New Netherlands, 302.
Hunter, Robert, III. 64.
Hurons, I. 29; II. 121.
Receive missions, 123.
Their war with the Five Nations, III. 138.
Huron-Iroquois tribes, III. 243.
Hutchinson, Anne, I. 388.
Death, 394; II. 290.
Hyde, Edward, Lord Cornbury, III. 48.