INDEX



Nevill's Tavern, 593.
New Bern, N. C., 40i.
Newbury, 7.
Newcastle, Del., 40o.
New Holland (Low Dutch Station), Ky.,
  664, 667 n.
New Orleans, removal of capital of
  French Louisiana to, I7; founded by
  Bienville, i8; defence, 26; hurricane
  in, 24; engineering affairs in, 29; lack
  of provisions, 30; famine, 89; sick-
  ness, 39; purple fever epidemic, 89;
  Indian trade, 458-459, 460; descrip-
  tion, 482, 483.
Newport, Eng., 369.
New York, City of, description, 414,
  415.
New York, description, 414-429.
Niagara Falls, 425, 447.
Nicholson, Francis, governor of Virginia,
  3, 6.
Nicola, Col. Lewis, 576 n.
Nielsen, Jeppe, 586 n., 597.
Niverville, Boucher de, 301.
Nocoochee, Cherokee Indian town, io8,
  131.
Nogouwee, Cherokee Indian town, I45.
Nolan, i8.
Noland, Thomas, 590, 591, 592, 609.
Norfolk, Va., description, 406.
North Carolina, description, 400-403;
  Moravians in, 525-526; concession
  to the Moravians, 585.
North, Lord, 570.
Noyant, Sieur de, 88.
Noyouwee, Cherokee Indian town, 104.
Number Four, see Charlestown, N. H.
Nyberg, Laurentius Thorstansen, 333,
  339-

Oakchoys (Okchayi), Creek Indian
  town, 177, 511 n., 537.
Oakfuskee, Creek Indian town, 157,
  176 n.
Occacochee, Upper Creek Indian town,
  135.
Ockel, William, 589, 590.
Ocmulgee River, 56i.
Oconee, Lower Cherokee Indian village,
  154 n.



Ogdensburg, N. Y., see Oswegatchee.
Ogle, Benjamin, 6io, 6ii.
Ogle, Thomas, 609.
Oglethorpe, General James, letter to the
  Georgia Trustees, 2IS-2I6; treats
  with the Creek Indians, 215-216, 221;
  tour to the Creek Country, 218-22I;
  receives a delegation of Cherokee
  Indians, 222, 239; commands forces
  against  St. Augustine,   224-229;
  cruizes against the Spaniards, 229-
  232; defends Georgia coast against
  the Spaniards, 232-236.
Ohio River, thought to be tributary to
  the Wabash, 66 n., 24I n.; descrip-
  tion, 465-471; Falls of, 467-468,
  489, 621-622, 665-666.
Oldham, Capt., 662.
Onion, 5, 1o.
Onondaga River, 420-421.
Oony, Choctaw Indian town, 276 n.
Orleans, Duke of, 15, i6.
O'Reilly, 389.
Oriskany Fields, 418.
Oswegatchee, 421, 428, 429.
Otis, James, address to Lord Adam
  Gordon, 451-452 n.
Ottawa Indians, 312-313, 360, 36I.
Ottawa River, 430, 431.

Pader, 329, 331.
Paillou, Sieur, major general of French
  Louisiana, 35 n., 36-37, 41.
Pain Court (St. Louis), 474, 475.
Pain's Ordinary, 595, 606.
Pakamans, Creek Indians, 270 n.
Pakan-Tallahassee, Creek Indian town,
  534, 535-
Palachocolas Fort, 222 n.
Pallachocola, Creek Indian town, 554,
  557-
Palmes, Major Edward, 6 n.
Parisien, 87.
Parker, Isaac, 319.
Parker, Ruth, 320.
Parris, Alexander, 138 n., 139, 162, 167.
Partoson, Andrew, 205.
Pasquier, Sieur, 40.
Passaic River, description, 413.
Paterson, Robert, 628.



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