ganset Bay-Disarming of the Tories—Skirmish in the Har. Fishkill Village-Escape of Crosby-His Exploits at Teller's
bor-Engagement at Sea-Continued Hostilities in Newport Point-A very old Man and rejected Lorer-Trinity Church
Harbor --Privateers-Arrival of a large British Force-Con. -Printing of the first Constitution of the State of New York
duct of the Enemy ...
-Head-quarters of Baron Steuben-Anecdote of the Barou
- The Society of the Cincinnati-Final Proceedings in the
Organization of the Institution-Plan and Name of the So.
Condition of Rhode Island in 1777– Re-encampment of the ciety of the Cincinnati-The Constitution-Opposition of
British-General Prescott-His Character and bad Conduct Judge Burke and others, Certificate of Membership of the
-Colonel Barton's Plan for capturing him- -- Biographical Cincinnati-The Design and Engraving - Alteration of the
Sketch of Barton-Expedition to capture Prescott-Preg. Plate- The Order of the Society - The successive Presidenta
cott's Quarters - A Sentinel deceived --Names of Barton's General-Departure for West Point .. ..Page 98-129
Men-Entrance to Prescott's Room-Seizure of the Gen-
eral and his Aid-de-camp—Barton rewarded by Congress-
Predatory Excursions-French Fleet for America -- Count West Point and its Associationg—Mrs. Faugeres-Sufferings of
D'Estaing-France and England-Excitement in Parliament Mrs. Bleeker-Scenery around West Point - The military
- The King's Speech - Boldness of the Opposition - The Establishment - Wood's Monument - Interesting Relics-
British and French Fleets-Sandy Hook and Amboy Bay- Size of the Mortars and Chain-Position of the Chain in the
General Spencer's Expedition against Rhode Island - His River-Other Relics-Kosciuszko's Monument- His Garden
Resignation — French Fleet off Newport - American Land -Other Localities - Fort Arnold-Fort Putnam-View from
Forces_Destruction of British Vessels--Landing of Ameri. the Ruins of Fort Putnam-Names of the Highland Peaks-
cans on Rhode Island - Naval Battle-Great Storm-State Drake's “ Culprit Fay"-Fortitications in the Highlands or.
of the American Troops-Refusal of the French to co-operate dered— Action of the New York Assembly-Fort Constitu-
- They sail for Boston-Protests—Retreat of the Americans tion-New Forts in the Highlands proposed-West Point se-
to Butts's Hill--Battle of Quaker Hill-Scene of the Engage. lected — Radière and other Engineers from France-West
ment--Loss of the Belligerents-Evacuation of Rhode Island Point in 1780—Construction of the great Chain- History of
by the Americans-Return of La Fayette from Boston-Ex. the Work — Map of West Point-- The Chain weakened by
pedition against New Bedford – Murmurings against the Arnold-Importance of West Point, Establishment of the
French-Evacuation of Rhode Island by the British--Severe military Academy there-Forts Webb, Wyllys, and Putnam
Winter-Sir Robert Pigot-Return of La Fayette to France - Visit to Constitution Island-Remains of Fort Constitution
-His Zeal and Success_Washington appointed Lieutenant -Buttermilk Falls—A venerable Boatman - Beverly Dock
General by the French King -Good Tidings brought by La and Robinson House-Arnold's Willow - Arnold in Phila-
Fayette-Their F.ffect--Arrival of the Allies-Encampment delphia-His Extravagance_Marriage with Mies Shippen-
at Newport-British blockade of Narraganset Bay--Clinton's Memoir of Beverly Robinson-Arnold's Residence and style
Expedition-Death of Ternay-Washington in Newport- of Living-His fraudulent Dealings-Charge of Malfeasance
Property destroyed in Newport-Ride to Butts's Hill-Hos- preferred against him-Arnold ordered to be tried by a Court.
pitality-Fort on Butts's Hill-View of the Battle-ground- martial-His Trial, Verdict, and Punishment-Its Effects-
North View from Butts's Hill—The Narraganset Country Interview with Luzerne-His Wife and Major Andrè-Sym.
Massasoit and his sons–King Philip-His Jealousy-Treaties pathy of Schuyler and Livingston - Visit to the American
with the Whites-Curtailinent of his Domaine-His chief Camp-Washington deceived by him — Obtains the Com.
Captains-John Elliot--Enlightenment of the Indians--Sassa- mand at West Point-Correspondence of Arnold and Andrè
mon--Rising of the New England Tribes—Daniel Gookin- --Proposed Plan of the British to gain Possession of West
Philip's Appeal-Condition of the Indians—Commencement Point-Andrè appointed to confer with Arnold-An Inter.
of Hostilities--Canonchet-Mather's Magnalia-Indian Meth- view proposed by the Traitor-Letter to Colonel Sheldon-
od of Warfare-Destruction of New England Villages-Ter. Effect of Andre's Letter to Sheldon-Arnold's attempted In.
rible Retaliation by the Whites-Decimation of the Indians terview with André-His Letter to Washington-Joshua II.
-Strifes among them-Philip a Fugitive--His Death-His Smith-Further arrangements for an Interview - Arnold's
Bon-Captain Church-Sutferings of the Colonists—A happy Correspondence with Beverly Robinson-Washington on his
Change-Capture of the Pigot by Talbot-His Promotion- Journey-Again deceived by Arnold's Duplicity-Smith em.
Departure from Newport-Adieu to New England-Halleck's ployed to bring Andrè from the Vulture-His Difficulties--
.74-97 Refusal of the Colquhons to accompany Smith-Final Com.
pliance--Landing of Andrè, and his first Interview with Ar-
nold- Arrival of the Conspirators at Smith's House-The
The Hudson Highlands-Newburgh-The Indian Summer-Its Vulture fired upon-Plan of Operations arranged-Colonel
Character-The “ Hasbrouck House" and Vicinity-Its in. Livingston- The Papers taken from Andrè's Boot-“ Artillery
terior Construction--Purchased by the State-Ceremonies Orders"-Forces at West Point-Villefranche's Estimate
at its Dedication-Washington's Dining hall-Anecdote con. Return of the Ordnance in the different Forts at West Point
cerning it — Lady Washington's Gardening-Settlement of -Arnold's Description of the Works-His Pass-Smith's Re-
Newburgh - First Settlements in Orange County – Indian fusal to take Andre back to the Vulture-His insufficient Ex.
Wars-Sufferings of the People— Attack on Minisink - Intem. cuse- Andrè's Exchange of Conts-- He and Smith cross the
perate Zeal of the Volunteers-Unwise Decision-Battle of Hudson-Smith's Letter to his Brother--Ambiguous Mem.
Minisink-Its Location-The Massacre - Brant's Defense- orandum
Effect of the Massacre-Salvation of Major Wood-Interment
of the Remains of the Slain-Monument-Cantonment of the
Army near Newburgh-Head-quarters of the Officers— Nico Arnold's Composure in presence of his Aids-Washington's re-
la's Proposition to Washington-Washington's Letter of Re. turn from Hartford-His Approach to Arnold's Quarters-
buke to Nicola-- Patriotism of the Chief Discontents in the His Delay in reaching Arnold's Quarters--Announcement
Army-Memorial to Congress - Resolutions of Congress re. of Andre's Arrest-Flight of Arnold-His Wife and Son-His
specting Claims— The Army still dissatistied-Action of the Passage to the Vulture-Treatment of his Oarsmen-Wash.
Officers - Major Armstrong-Meeting of Officers privately ington's Visit to West Point, Discovery of the Treason-
called - Anonymous Address to the Army-Dangerous Tend. His presence of Mind-Condition of Mrs. Arnold-Attempts
ency of its Recommendations-Bold Tone of the Address- to "head" the Traitor- His Letters from the Vulture-Bev.
Similar Opinions held by Hanilton-Washington's Counter. erly Robinson's Letter to Washington-- The Army at Tappan
action - Second anonymous Address — Meeting called by put in Motion-Andrè ordered to West Point-Ride to Fort
Washington – Major Burnet's Recollections_Washington's Montgomery-Mrs. Rose- A speculating Daughter-Sites of
Address to the Officerg-Action of the Meeting of Officers- Forts Clinton and Montgomery-Lake Sinnipink-Beverly
A strong Resolution-Record of Proceedings sent to Con. Garrison--His Recollections - Captain Molly"-Character
gress-Washington's Opinion of Armstrong's Motives-His of Forts Clinton and Montgomery - Chevaux-de-frise-Con.
farewell Address-His Tour to the Northern Battlefields- dition of the British Forces-Putnam's intended Expedition
Called to Princeton-A Statue ordered by Congress-Gen. -Sir Henry Clinton's Stratagem-Landing of British Troops
eral Clinton - A very little Maiden - Her Dignity -- Plum -Governor Clinton informed of the Landing of the British
Point-Fortifications there-An Acrostic-Redoubt on Plum -A reconnoitering Party – Skirmish near Doodletown
Point -- Chevaux.de frise - Anecdote – Head quarters of Treachery of a Messenger – Putnam deceived – Skirmish
Greene and Knox-Ball at the Quarters of Greene and Knox near Fort Montgomery-Forts ordered to be surrendered-
-Signatures of young Ladies-Washington on Dancing - Attack on Forts Clinton and Montgomery -- Flight of the
The Square-A Spy in the American Camp-Dispatch in a Americans-Destruction of Vessels and the Chevaux.de frise
silver Bullet-Name and Fate of the Spy-Site and probable -Evening Voyage in a Fisherman's Shallop—Anthony's Nose
Form of the Temple-View from it-The Camp Ground and --Peekskill—Situation of the Village— The Birdsall House-
Vicinity-The Temple, as described by Major Burnet--Two An Octogenarian-Oak Hill-Van Cortlandt Mansion--Philip
living Patriots-- Visit to Major Burnet-Public Life of Major Van Cortlandt-Paulding's Monument, and St. Peter's Church
Burnet and Sergeant Knapp-Washington's Letter to Greene --Gallow. Hill-Execution Place of a Spy-Putnam's laconic
- The Commander-in-chief's Guard-Its Organization, Char. Letter - View from Galluws Hill – Relative importance of
acter, and Uniform-Its Officers—Sergeant Knapp-Return Peekskill — Stratagem of Sir William Howe - Invasion of
to Newburgh-Departure for Fishkill — Return of the Com. Peekskill-Destruction of Stores--Destruction of Continental
mander-in-chief's Guard-Fishkill Village-The “Wharton Village-Peekekill possessed by the Americans-The Sol.
House"--Enoch Crosby—The “Spy Unmasked"-Exploits dier's Spring-Verplanck's Point--Hudson and the Indians-
of Crosby-locidents of his Life ---Ancient Dutch Church- Fortifications at Verplauck's Point-Capture of Fort Fayette