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Page 813 of History of George Rogers Clark s conquest of the Illinois and the Wabash towns 1778 and 1779, by Consul Willshire Butterfield ... Published under the auspices of the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society.

INDEX. Money Depreciation of, 448. M ontgomery, Col. John, 101, 103; Carries provisions to Vincennes, 470; Clark sends to Virginia, 135; Henry's instructions to, 272; J oins C lark, 578; Military commander of Illinois, 484; Provides supplies for Clark, 278; Recruits reinforcements for Clark, 453. M organ, George Appointed Indian agent, 16, 18; Early designs against the Illinois, 518. M yers, W illiam, 752, 754; Arrives at Vincennes with message, 427; Carries message for Clark, 431; Clark's warrant to, 756; Death of, 771; Trip to Williamsburg, 756. Northwest Territory Extent of, v i. O 'Hara, C apt. Virginia Company, of, 572. Ohio R iver Clark's prisoners convoyed down, 373. Pelham Hamilton writes to, concerning imprisonment, 395. P hillips, Gen. Protests against H amilton's imprisonment, 387. Piankeshaws deed land to Clark, 777. Pioneers Discouragement of Kentucky, 69. Pittsburg Clark at, 568. P oint Pleasant Clark at, 97. P ollock, O liver, 782. P otier, Pierre British oath of allegiance b y, 180. P rairie De Roches Clark at, 285. P risoners British, jailed in V irginia, 378; Clark sends to Falls of O hio, 372; Clark's disposition of, 433; Virginia Council passes o n, 383. Quebec Act Passage of, 13. Quebec (Province) Colonists invade, 19. Redstone C lark's embarkation f rom, 565. 8 13 Robinson, Andrew Carries news of H amilton's imprisonment to Dodge, 386. Rocheblave, M . , 61, 106; Arrives at Williamsburg, 267; Bowman on arrest of, 628; British account of Clark's treatment of, 641; Breaks parole, 411; Capture of, 611; Clark places i n irons, 120, 121; Commandant at Fort Gage, 19; Helm to be exchanged f or, 241; Henry instructs concerning family of, 272, 277; Impeachment of, 156, 157; Indian policy of, 51; Surrenders to C lark, 111; Taken prisoner to V irginia, 135; Writes Carleton a letter, 136. Rogers L ieut. Part taken in capture of Vincennes, 304. Roosevelt, Theodore Butterfield criticises, xvi; Erroneous statement of, in "Winning of the W est," 568; Failure of, to mention Jones, 524; Feasts enjoyed by Clark's men, 707; Pledges to Clark, 562. Sackville Fort (See Forts and Vincennes.) Saline River Clark crosses, 309. Sandusky Dodge's interview with Indians at, 577. Saunder, J ohn, Losing of, 108. Schieffelin, Jacob, 572; Asks for parole, 407; Describes H amilton's imprisonment, 3S4; Escape o f, 411, 422. Shelby, Col. Isaac, 56; Prepares boats for expedition, 273. S inclair, Patrick, British Commissioner to incite Indians, 14. Slaughter, Major, Raises force for Clark, 279. S mith, W m. B., 563; Illinois Campaign, i n , 87 , 90. S myth, John, British messenger, 9. Spanish Aid Americans, 249; Clark advised to get aid from,