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Regiment, 32. Concord Bridge, 2. Concord, Mass., 2. Concord, N. H., 9. Cooke, S. N., 45. Cook, Susanna Russell, 44, 46. Cotting, Martha E., 47. Craigie's Bridge, 60. Cross Street, 6, 20. Cross Street Universalist Church, 21. Culpeper, 32. Curtis, H. K., 45. Cushing's Manual, 74. Cutler, Martha, 4. Cutter, Emma M., 19. Cutter, Evelina, 18. Cutter House, 5. Cutter, Richard, 4. Damon, Rev., David, 46. Damon, Norwood P., 46. Dana Street, Cambridge, 56. Dartmouth, Mass., 23. Davis, Jefferson, 33. Davenport & Bridges, 19. Declaration of Independence, 77. Dedham, Mass., 47. Defence, Ship, 4. Delft Haven Colony of Pilgrim Fathers, 62. Department of the Gulf, 65. Department of Massachusetts, G. A. R., 64. Derby, Rebecca, 46. Dickerman, Frank E., 24. Dickermaan, Quincy E., 20, 23, 24. Dickson, Aaron P., 46. Dodge, —, 16. Eames, Margaret, 2. Early History of Somerville, 61. Early History of Ten Hills Farm, The, 61. East Cambridge,
ian Esquimaux, on the other. The dwellers on the Aleutian Isles melt into resem blances with the inhabitants of each continent; and, at points of remotest distance, the difference is still so inconsiderable, that the daring Ledyard, whose ardent curiosity filled him with the passion to circumnavigate the globe and cross its continents, as he stood in Siberia, with men of the Mongolian race before him, and compared them with the Indians who had been his old play-fellows and school-mates at Dartmouth, writes Sparks s Ledyard, 201. Compare 246, 255. deliberately, that, universally and circumstantially, they resemble the aborigines of America. On the Connecticut and the Oby, he saw but one race. He that describes the Tungusians of Asia seems also Mithridates, III. 343. to describe the North American. That the Tschukchi North-Eastern Asia and the Esquimaux of America are of the same origin, is proved by the affinity of their languages,—thus establishing a connection between the co
he day on which the Chap. XLIX.} 1773. Jan. Legislature of Massachusetts assembled at Boston, the affairs of America were under consideration in England. The King, who read even the semi-official letters in which Hutchinson described the Boston Committee of Correspondence as in part composed of deacons and atheists, and blackhearted fellows whom one would not choose to meet in the dark, Hutchinson to Secretary Pownall, 13 Nov. 1772. That this letter was read by the King, appears from Dartmouth to Hutchinson, 6 Jan. 1773 very much approved the temper and firmness of his Governor, and was concerned lest the inhabitants of Boston should be deluded into acts of disobedience, and the most atrocious criminality towards individuals; he found consolation in the assurance, that the influence of the malignant spirits was daily decreasing, and that their mischievous tenets were held in abhorrence by the generality of Chap. XLIX.} 1773. Jan. the people. Dartmouth to Hutchinson, 6 Janua
, and at his death, in 1823, left his young wife of twenty-nine and his children almost penniless. The year of her husband's death she removed to Cuba, making her home with her brother, William Cutter Gowen. By his death, a few years later, she came into possession of considerable property, and was able to devote herself to literary pursuits and to travel. She passed the years 1826-7-8 and 9 mainly in Cuba. In 1829 she was in Hanover, N. H., interested in fitting her son Horace for Dartmouth. In a letter to Mrs. Gustafson, in answer to inquiries concerning his mother, Maria Gowen Brooks, by Zadel Barnes Gustafson.—Harper's Monthly, January, 1879. he writes: My mother's special characteristic was individuality. She generally succeeded in her endeavors. For instance, she applied to have me sent to West Point, and sent me to Washington, in 1829, with letters, etc. The appointment was promised, but by some influence was overruled. She then took me to Hanover, N. H., with a v
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