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Fenno Family genealogy

  • Ephraim Fenno, leather-dresser and ale house keeper of Boston, descendant of John Fenno b. 1629, who came from Lancashire, England, to Milton, Massachusetts, in 1660. Married Mary Chapman.
    • Maria Fenno m. Mr. Durant
      • Maria b. Mar 1789
    • Samuel Fenno (d. 2 Oct. 1797), left widow with children:
      • Samuel, at Darby
      • Harry, at Trenton
      • Thomas, at sea
      • Ruth (d. 27 Sept. 1797)
      • Julius (b. 1794?)
      • Dau? (b. Sept. 1796?)
      • Child (b. after Sept. 1797)
    • John Fenno (12 Aug. 1751-14 Sept. 1798), d. at Philadelphia of yellow fever. Married 8 May 1777 Mary Curtis of Roxbury, Mass., (19 Sept. 1755-4 Sept. 1798) died from complications of childbirth. Her nickname was Polly.
      • John Ward "Jack" Fenno (26 March 1778-6 March 1802) b. in Boston.
      • Charles Fenno (4 Sept. 1779-8 Nov. 1780), b. in Boston.
      • Maria Fenno (17 March 1781-13 July 1823). Married Josiah Ogden Hoffman 7 August 1802. See Hoffman family chart for descendants.
      • Harriet Fenno (18 Nov. 1782-1 June 1808), b in N.Y. m. 27 Dec. 1800 John Rodman who d. after 1824, and had daughter:
        • Anne Eliza Rodman, who lived alone with her father in Florida in 1822, and was afterwards Mrs. Brown.
      • Charles J. Fenno (31 July 1784-12 October 1807). Unmarried; Midshipman in British Navy serving on ship Bellerephon.
      • George Fenno (28 Jan. 1786-18 April 1829), d. Upton, N.Y., the last survivor of the Fenno family. Married Elizabeth.
        • John
        • Nancy
        • Euphemia (b. 1814)
        • Mary
        • Upton (b. 1819)
      • Mary Elizabeth Fenno (2 Sept. 1787-1820s). Married 2 Oct. 1811 Gulian Crommelin Verplanck (1786-1870).
        • William J.?
        • Samuel?
      • Caroline Fenno (16 June 1789-12 Nov. 1789).
      • Caroline Fenno (27 March 1791-1 May 1805).
      • Anna Fenno (27 March 1793-30 March 1793).
      • James Bowdoin Fenno (26 August 1794-1820s).
      • Edward Fenno (2 Sept. 1796-6 Nov. 1823), d. of yellow fever at New Orleans. Unmarried.
      • Daughter (2 Sept. 1798-ca.16 Sept. 1798).

Hoffman Family Genealogy

  • Nicholas Hoffman (1736-1800), son of Martinus and Tryntje Benson Hoffman of Red Hook, Dutchess County, N.Y. Married 14 Nov. 1762 Sarah Ogden (8 Sept. 1742-30 July 1821) dau. of David and Gertrude Gouverneur Ogden.
    • Josiah Ogden Hoffman (14 April 1766-24 Jan. 1837) b. Newark, N.J., d. New York City. Married 1st Mary Colden and 2nd Maria Fenno (1781-1823), dau. of John Fenno and Mary Curtis, 7 August 1802.

      Children by first marriage to Mary Colden:

      • Alice Anna Hoffman (b. 1790). Married 1809 Charles Jenkins Nicholas.
        • Matilda (b. 1810). M. S. S. Whitman, lived at Leavenworth, Kan.
          • Colden
          • Julia
          • Others?
        • Emma. Married R. L. Molocey and lived at Janesville, Wisconsin.
      • Sarah Matilda Hoffman (8 Nov. 1791-25 April 1809). She was engaged to marry poet Washington Irving but died before the wedding.
      • Ogden Hoffman (13 Oct. 1794-1 May 1856). Married 1st 27 Dec. 1819, Emily Burrall and 2nd Nov. 1838, Virginia E. Southard (d. 1886) dau. of Samuel L. Southard, acting Vice President under John Tyler.
        • Charles Burrall Hoffman (b. 1821)
        • Ogden Hoffman Jr. (b. 1823). Became Federal District judge in California. Lived in San Francisco, 1882.
          • "Tip" Married Sally and had children: Southard (b. 1867), May, Alice, Jack, and one other son.
        • Samuel Hoffman (b. 1839)
        • Mary Colden Hoffman (b. 1840), living in London, 1899.
        • Virginia Southard Hoffman (b. 1842), living in London, 1899.
      • Mary Colden Hoffman (15 June 1796-7 Sept. 1818). Married c. 1810 Philip Rhinelander. Two children.
      • Martha Hoffman

      Children by second marriage to Maria Fenno:

      • Infant (b. and d. 1804/5)
      • Charles Fenno Hoffman (7 Feb. 1806-7 June 1884) b. New York, d. Harrisburg, Pa. Unmarried.
      • Edward Hoffman (30 Sept. 1807-31 July 1808)
      • George Edward Hoffman (2 Dec. 1808-1884). Married 12 Feb. 1846 Phebe White (b. 1823).
        • John W. Hoffman m. Ella Lowley, m. 2nd Florence K. McCay
          • Dorothy Hoffman
          • Josiah Ogden Hoffman
        • Edward Fenno Hoffman m. Elizabeth McCall. Still living 1930 in Philadelphia.
          • Edward Fenno Hoffman
          • Phebe White Hoffman
        • Josiah Ogden Hoffman m. Helen S. Lewis
          • George E. Hoffman
          • John L. Hoffman
          • Helen S. Hoffman
          • Charles Fenno Hoffman
      • Julia Hoffman (1810-1861). Unmarried.
      • Laura Maria Hoffman (bapt. 8 Oct. 1815-summer 1816).
    • Mary Gillon Hoffman (1773-1807) m. James Seton (1770-ca.1832) whose brother married Elizabeth, later "Mother Seton."
    • Martin Hoffman (16 Oct. 1763-30 Jan. 1828). Married 1st Beulah Murray and 2nd Mary Frances Seton.
    • Nicholas Hoffman.

Ogden Family genealogy

  • John Ogden (19 Sept. 1609- May 1682) b. Bradley Plain, England, d. Elizabethtown, N.J. Married 8 May 1637 Jane Bond, dau. of Jonathan Bond.
    • John (1638-1702) m. Elizabeth Plum
    • David (11 Jan. 1639-1691/2) Twin. b. England; m. Elizabeth Swaine Ward, (24 April 1654-after 1706), dau. of Capt. Samuel Swaine & Joannah Ward, and widow of John Ward.
      • David (1678-1734) m. Abigail Hammond
      • Josiah (ca. 1679-17 May 1763) m. 1st. Catharine Hardenbroeck m. 2nd Mary Bankes. Buried at Trinity Episcopal Church, Newark, which he helped found.
        • David (1707-1798) b. Newark, N.J., d. Flushing, L.I.; m. 21 Apr. 1736 Gertrude Governeur (5 Mar. 1716-30 Dec. 1775) dau. of Isaac and Sarah Staats Gouverneur.
          • Isaac (1737-40)
          • Josiah (b. 1739)
          • Sarah (1742-1821) m. Nicholas Hoffman
          • Abraham (1743-98) m. Sarah Ludlow
          • Catherine (1745-48)
          • Samuel (1746-1810) m. Euphemia Morris
          • Nicholas (1749-52)
          • Peter (1750-52)
          • Nicholas (1753-1812) m. Hannah Cuyler
          • Peter (b. 1757)
        • Catharine (1709-1797) m. David Ogden; m. 2nd Isaac Longworth
        • Mary (1711-1751) m. James Banks
        • Jacob (1722-1780) m. Elizabeth Bradford (child of 2nd marriage)
        • Josiah m. Bancker (child of 2d marriage)
      • John (1681-1732) m. Elizabeth Wheeler
      • Thomas (1684-1760) m. Dinah -----; m. 2d. Jean Clawson
      • Swaine (1687-1755) m. Mary Ackerman
    • Jonathan (1639-1732) Twin
    • Joseph (1642-1690) m. Sarah Whitehead
    • Benjamin (1654-1722) m. Hannah Woodruff
    • Mary m. John Woodruff
Related Materials

Fenno, John Ward. Desultory reflections on the new political aspects of public affairs in the United States of America since the commencement of the year 1799 (G. & R. Waite : N.Y., 1800)

Hoffman, Charles Fenno. The New-York book of poetry (C. Dearborn: N.Y., 1837); includes first appearance of C.C. Moore's poem, "A visit from Saint Nicholas."

Hoffman, Charles Fenno. Wild scenes in the first and prairie (Richard Bentley : London, 1839)

Hoffman, Charles Fenno. A winter in the west (Harper and Brothers : N.Y., 1835)

Hoffman, Charles Fenno. Greyslaer: a romance of the Mohawk (Harper and Brothers : N.Y., 1840). The Library also has the Lea and Blanchard edition of 1841.

Hoffman, Charles Fenno. The pioneers of New-York: an anniversary discourse delivered before the Saint Nicholas Society of Manhattan, December 6, 1847 (Stanford and Swords : N.Y., 1848)

Gazette of the United States . The Clements Newspapers Division has a majority of issues of the Gazette for the Fenno years.

Bibliography

A full bibliography of Charles Fenno Hoffman's published works can be found in Homer Barnes' book Charles Fenno Hoffman (New York: Columbia University Press, 1930).

Partial Subject Index
Accidents
  • 1:18,64
  • 4:5,40,47,71
  • 5:16,17,49,73
Acrostics
  • 5:72
Actors and actresses
  • 1:65
  • 2:39
  • 3:47,67
  • 5:52
Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848
  • 2:35
Adams, John, 1735-1826
  • 1:25,27,28,32,35-37
African Americans
  • 3:7,8,19
  • 4:42
  • 5:7
Albany (N.Y.)--Description and travel
  • 1:59,62
Alcoholism
  • 3:61
All Saints Day
  • 3:26
Alligators
  • 1:51
  • 3:26
Allston, Washington
  • 3:2
Amusements
  • 2:43,44
Anastasia Island (Fla.)--Description and travel
  • 3:52
Animal fighting
  • 3:79
Archery--Societies and clubs
  • 4:50
Artificial limbs
  • 2:29,32,61
  • 3:2
  • 5:50
Artists
  • 2:24
  • 3:29-31,48
  • 5:30,55,56,80b
Asylums
  • 2:5
Athenian Lecture Series (Philadelphia)
  • 4:65
Auchmuty, Louisa
  • 5:55,56
Auctions--Louisiana
  • 2:53,55
  • 3:26,27,29-31
Authors
  • 4:9,26,37,51,58,59,63,68,70,72,74,75
  • 5:1,2,4-6,9,15,18,24,26,27,32,38,44,51,56,74
Autumn
  • 4:41
Bache, William
  • 2:7
Bachelor's Ball (Philadelphia)
  • 5:45
Balston Spa (N.Y.)--Description and travel
  • 1:47,65
  • 2:8
Baltimore (Md.)--Description and travel
  • 5:61
Banks and banking
  • 2:57
Barbados--Description and travel
  • 1:70
Barker, Jacob, 1779-1871
  • 2:57
Bartley, Mrs. (actress)
  • 2:39
Battlefields
  • 2:75
Beggars
  • 2:25
Benson, James
  • 3:70,71
Biddleman, Mr.
  • 2:47
  • 3:19,21
Bigelow, Mr.
  • 3:9
Birthdays
  • 2:61
  • 3:18
Blair, Lizzie, b. 1819
  • 5:21
Boredom
  • 3:61
  • 4:1
Boston (Mass.)--Description and travel
  • 5:14
Bowdoin, James, 1726-1790
  • 1:15
Bowery Theatre (New York, N.Y.)
  • 4:15,16
Bremer, Mr.
  • 5:50,51
Burke, Mr.
  • 2:47,69-71,73
Business
  • 5:13
Business ethics
  • 5:65
Cadwalader, Mr., d. 1823--Death
  • 3:82
Calomel
  • 4:18
Canals
  • 4:31
  • 5:4
Canning, George, 1770-1827
  • 4:6
Cannon, Mr.
  • 3:73
Cape François (Haiti)--Description and travel
  • 1:54
Card games
  • 4:28
Carlyle, Thomas, 1795-1881
  • 5:30
Catholic Church
  • 3:61
Catholic Church--Clergy
  • 3:66
Caty (Katy)
  • 1:60
  • 4:61,63
  • 5:8
Cemeteries
  • 2:45,73
  • 3:26,63
Chameleons
  • 3:26
Charities
  • 2:6
Charleston (S.C.)--Description and travel
  • 1:3
  • 3:49,50
Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of, 1694-1773
  • 1:63
Chew, Beverly, d. 1828--Death
  • 4:18
Chicago (Ill.)--Description and travel
  • 4:44,45
Childhood
  • See also letters by William M. Herbert and Caroline Fenno
  • 2:1,3,15
Children--Conduct of life
  • 2:15,21,22,32,41
  • 3:37
  • 4:3
Cholera
  • 4:39,50
Christmas
  • 1:70
  • 2:15,16,17,44,74,75
  • 4:9
  • 5:16,81
Circus
  • 1:28
City and town life
  • 2:2
  • 4:2
  • 5:34
Clark, William, 1770-1838
  • 4:47
Clergy
  • See also Larned and Forbes in this index
  • 4:56
Clothing and dress
  • 2:7,52
  • 4:38
  • 5:6
Clothing and dress--Prices
  • 5:6
Coaches and coaching
  • 2:8
Coal mines and mining
  • 4:43
Cobbett, William, 1763-1835
  • 1:40-42,45
Cochrane, Alexander Forrester Inglis, 1749-1831
  • 1:78
Colden, Cadwalader David, 1769-1834
  • 1:58
Columbia University
  • 2:60
Commerce--Georgia--Savannah
  • 2:61,72
Commerce--Louisiana--New Orleans
  • 2:36,37,45,52,55,56,58,60,70
  • 3:4,5,8,9,12,13,17,21,25,32,43,46,48,66,73,74,79,80,82,85,86
Commerce--Michigan
  • 4:50
Commerce--New York (State)--New York
  • 3:57,59,74
  • 4:15
Commerce--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia
  • 5:43
Commerce--South Carolina--Charleston
  • 2:44
Cooper, Thomas Abthorpe, 1776-1879
  • 1:65
  • 3:47
Copyright
  • 5:2
Courtship
  • 1:2
  • 2:8,35,60
  • 3:9,45-48,51,56,75-77,79,80,89
  • 4:51,55,65,69,71,76,77
  • 5:1-3,6,9,11,17,43,55,75
Cowper, William, 1731-1800
  • 1:61
Crab-digging
  • 5:55
Croaker, pseud.
  • See Drake, Joseph R.
Cuba--Description and travel
  • 1:51
  • 3:40
Dance
  • 1:47,62
  • 3:52
  • 4:8
Dance--Study and teaching
  • 1:62
Death
  • 1:16,51,53,63,73
  • 2:23,73
  • 3:6,62,63,85,87
  • 4:18,23,73
  • 5:25,49,70
Death in literature
  • 1:72
  • 2:50
  • 5:84,85
Decatur, Stephen, 1779-1820
  • 3:12
Deeds
  • 5:68
Democratic Party
  • 4:48,49
Dentistry
  • 2:6
  • 4:30
Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870
  • 5:18,19,31
Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870
  • 5:19
Diplomacy
  • 1:24,29-32,37,40,48,50,53,54,76
Distilleries
  • 2:54
Divorce
  • 5:81
Domestic servants
  • 1:60
  • 4:61,63
  • 5:8
Domestics
  • 4:12,36
  • 5:11 See also Caty
Drake, Joseph Rodman, 1795-1820
  • 3:2,6,10
Duckworth, Sir John Thomas, 1748-1817
  • 1:70,71
Dueling
  • 3:1,4,6,8,46,47,67,79,83
Duer, Jane
  • 5:9,32
Duer, John
  • 3:2
Dutch language
  • 5:7
Duval, William P., 1784-1854
  • 3:84
Dwellings
  • 3:72
  • 4:29,58
  • 5:7,8,13,33,40,80a
Easton (Pa.)--Description and travel
  • 2:66
Eccentrics and eccentricities
  • 4:19 See also Insanity
Economy (Pa.)--Description and travel
  • 4:42
Education
  • See also Schools
  • 1:63,79
  • 2:19-22,41
  • 4:2,3,5,13,17,62
Elopement
  • 3:7
Embezzlement
  • 3:44,46
Engineering
  • 4:28
Entertaining
  • 1:47
  • 3:61,75,77-79
  • 4:5,8,25,27
  • 5:41,53
Epidemics
  • 4:18,39
  • 5:21 See also Cholera, Yellow fever
Estates (Law)
  • 4:60,61
  • 5:59,63,64
Executions and executioners
  • 3:1,12
Eyeglasses
  • 1:9
Family
  • See also Parents
  • 2:4,7,72
  • 3:33,89
  • 4:4,9
  • 5:8,28
Farming
  • 2:59
  • 5:16
Fashion
  • 1:24,48
  • 2:53
Fenno family
  • 5:70
Fenno, Caroline, 1791-1805
  • 1:73
Fenno, Edward, 1796-1823
  • 3:3
  • 4:1
  • 5:70
Fenno, George, 1786-1829
  • 1:48
  • 2:68
  • 4:22,23
Fenno, James B., 1794-182?
  • 3:44,66,85,88
Fenno, John Ward , 1779-1802
  • 1:41,45,63
Fenno, John, 1751-1798
  • 1:65
  • 5:80b
Fenno, Mary (dau. of George?)
  • 4:8
Fenno, Mary, 1755-1798
  • 1:65
  • 5:80b
Fenno, Mrs. Samuel
  • 1:24
Fenno, Upton, b. 1819
  • 5:12
Fights
  • 1:26
  • 2:35
  • 3:70
Finances, personal
  • 1:41-43,45,54,75,80,83
  • 4:4,8,11,28,30,36,37
  • 5:18,22,24
Firearms
  • 2:15
Fires
  • 1:28
  • 3:5,9,11,23
Fish, Mrs.
  • 3:52
Fishkill (N.Y.)--Description and travel
  • 2:35
  • 4:68
Floods--Mississippi River
  • 3:85,86
Florida--Description and travel
  • 3:42,50,52,61
  • 4:1
Florida--Politics and government
  • 3:61,68,84,87
  • 4:1
Food--Prices
  • 1:31
Forbes, Mr.
  • 3:61,68
Forest fires
  • 2:69
Fourth of July celebrations
  • 2:34
  • 3:52
  • 4:68
France--Description and travel
  • 1:17,24,29-32,37,40,48,50-54,66-68
  • 2:25,28
  • 3:1,67,75,77-79
France--History--Revolution, 1789-1799
  • 1:17
Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790
  • 1:9
French language
  • 3:77
  • 4:13
Fulton (steamship)
  • 2:8
Funeral rites and ceremonies
  • See also Cemeteries
  • 1:72
  • 2:46,73
  • 3:19
  • 4:18
  • 5:70
Galena (Ill.)--Description and travel
  • 4:47
Gambling
  • 2:58
  • 3:6,73
  • 4:8
Games
  • 5:81
Gardening
  • 3:68,87
  • 5:11
Gas lighting
  • 2:23
Genealogy
  • 5:66,70
Gilman, Caroline Howard, 1794-1888
  • 3:50
Gilman, Dr.
  • 4:30
  • 5:19
Goshen (N.Y.)--Description and travel
  • 4:2
Gossip
  • 2:14
  • 3:50,52,68,84
  • 5:3,47
Grammar
  • 2:65
Gratz family
  • 2:13
  • 4:28,51,52
  • 5:5
Gratz, Benjamin
  • 3:2
Gratz, Rebecca, 1781-1869
  • 2:5
  • 3:2,72
  • 4:63
  • 5:81
Great Britain--Description and travel
  • 1:50,53,54 See also Navy
Great Britain--Politics and government
  • 1:44
Great Britain. Navy
  • See all Charles J. Fenno letters, especially
  • 1:55,67,69,71,76,79,81-83
Greene, Nathanael, 1742-1786
  • 1:3
Guantanamo Bay (Cuba)--Description and travel
  • 1:51
Hair jewelry
  • 1:39
Haiti--Description and travel
  • 1:52
Halleck, Fitz-Greene, 1790-1867
  • 3:2
Hamilton, Alexander, 1757-1804
  • 1:18
Hernandez, Mr.
  • 3:61,68
Hodge, Dr.--Death
  • 1:36
Hoffman family
  • 5:33,66
Hoffman, Charles Fenno, 1806-1884
  • 2:29,32,61
  • 3:2
  • 4:7,9,26,37,41-49,51,52,58,59,63,68,70,72, 74,75
  • 5:1,2,4-6,9,15,18,24,26,27,32,38,44,50,51,56,74
Hoffman, David
  • 2:8
Hoffman, Edward, d. 1830--Death
  • 4:33
Hoffman, George, 1808-84
  • 4:28,30
  • 5:68,69
Hoffman, Josiah Ogden, 1766-1837
  • 1:73
  • 2:4,7
  • 4:7,11,12,18,22,27,28,32,34,57
Hoffman, Josiah Ogden, 1766-1837--Death
  • 4:60,61
Hoffman, Julia, 1810-1861
  • 5:63,64
Hoffman, Martin, 1763-1828--Death
  • 4:10
Hoffman, Mr.
  • 3:77
Hoffman, Nicholas, 1736-1800
  • 5:33
Hoffman, Ogden Jr., b. 1823
  • 4:62
Hoffman, Ogden, 1794-1856
  • 2:15
  • 3:2,3
  • 4:24,69,71
  • 5:16,17,48,70
Hoffman, Phebe, b. 1823
  • 4:28,30
  • 5:68,69
Hoffman, Sarah Ogden, 1742-1821
  • 3:37
  • 5:59
Hoffman, Virginia Southard
  • See Ogden Hoffman
Holidays--Florida-- Saint Augustine
  • 3:61
Holidays--France
  • 1:17
Hopkinson, Joseph, 1770-1842
  • 1:25,27
Horses
  • 4:24,26,32,49
  • 5:22
Horticultural Ball
  • 4:26
Household moving
  • 1:12,15
Howe, Fanny
  • 5:43
Humor
  • 5:79
Hunting
  • 1:85
  • 3:26
Hurricane
  • 3:15,68
Ice
  • 3:56
Indians of North America
  • 3:61
  • 4:41,44,46
Indians--Mixed bloods
  • 4:44
Ingersoll, Charles Jared, 1782-1862
  • 1:46
Inman, Henry
  • 3:48
Irish
  • 3:63,81
Irving, Washington, 1783-1859
  • 1:61
  • 2:68
  • 3:2,3,52
  • 4:54a
  • 5:19
Italy
  • 1:58
  • 2:52
Jackson, Andrew, 1767-1845
  • 3:30,31,42
Jacobins
  • 1:20
Jarvis, John Wesley, 1781-1839
  • 3:29,30,46
Jewelry
  • 1:39
Jews
  • 2:2
  • 3:2
  • 4:52,67,76
  • 5:5,61
Joseph Bonaparte, King of Spain, 1768-1844
  • 2:65
Kearny, Lawrence, 1789-1868
  • 3:40
Kemble, Frances Ann, 1809-1893
  • 5:30
Knox, Henry, 1750-1806
  • 1:20
Labor and laboring classes
  • 5:32,77
Lafayette Theatre (New York, N.Y.)
  • 4:7
Laffite, Jean, ca.1780-1821
  • 2:50
Lake Ponchartrain (La.)--Description and travel
  • 3:7,26
Lancaster (Pa.)--Description and travel
  • 2:66
Larned, Mr.
  • 2:46,73
  • 3:12,18
Latrobe, Benjamin Henry, 1764-1820
  • 3:19
Lebanon (N.Y.)--Description and travel
  • 2:9
Lent
  • 3:31
Leslie, Charles Robert, 1794-1859
  • 3:2
Letter-writing
  • 1:61
  • 2:22,74
  • 3:17
  • 4:7
Letters of introduction
  • 3:14,48
  • 4:27,47
  • 5:81
Lincoln, Benjamin, 1733-1810
  • 1:15
Literature
  • 2:54,59
  • 3:72
  • 5:30,84
London (England)--Description and travel
  • 1:43,44
Long Island (N.Y.)--Description and travel
  • 5:34
Long, James, 1793-1822
  • 3:9
Loring, John Wentworth, 1775-1852
  • 1:57,69,78,79
Louisiana Guards
  • 3:5,6,8,9,11,70,78-80
Louisiana--Politics and government
  • 3:47,77,78
Louisiana. Militia
  • 3:5,6,8,9,11,70,78-80
Love letters
  • 1:2,3,5-8,10,11,13,14,34,38,64
  • 5:58,72,82
Ludlow, Mrs. Thomas
  • 5:53
Lyon, Lucius, 1800-1851
  • 4:44
Marriage
  • 1:48
  • 3:3
  • 4:64
  • 5:34,57,58,73
Masculinity (Psychology)
  • 4:4
  • 5:10
McCoy, Mr.
  • 3:29,69
McCulloch, George P.
  • 2:13
Medicine
  • 1:33
  • 2:6
  • 4:30,32,33,55
  • 5:27,32,45,81
Mediterranean Sea
  • 1:72
Mental health
  • 1:61
  • 3:2
Mental illness
  • See also Eccentrics
  • 5:37,40
Merchants
  • 1:2
Mesmerism
  • 5:17,45
Mexico--Politics and government
  • 3:81
Michigan
  • 4:44,50
Middle West--Description and travel
  • 4:41-49
Migration, Internal
  • 4:63,69
Military companies
  • 1:29,31,35
  • 4:47
  • 5:77
Military service
  • 4:21
Militia
  • See Louisiana Guards
Mines and mining
  • 4:43,47
Mississippi River--Description and travel
  • 2:40
Mississippi--Description and travel
  • 2:40
Money
  • 1:2
  • 2:15
  • 4:22,63 See also Finance
Moro Castle (San Juan, P.R.)
  • 3:40
Morris, Gouverneur, 1752-1816
  • 2:23
Moses, Gratz
  • 5:61
Mosquitoes
  • 3:8,89
Motherhood
  • 1:24
Mourning
  • 3:67 See also Death
Mowatt, Anna Cora Ogden, 1819-70
  • 5:52
Mugging
  • 5:64
Murder
  • 3:11,70,71,73
  • 5:50,51,62
Music
  • 1:25,27
  • 5:41
Mutiny
  • 3:12
National characteristics, American
  • 4:35
Nationalism
  • 1:5
  • 5:75
Nelson, Horatio, 1758-1805
  • 1:69
Nepotism
  • 1:36
New Orleans (La.)--Description and travel
  • 1:46
  • 2:12,33,42,43, 46,47
  • 3:6,7,13,18,20,23,25,32,33,46,58
  • 5:73
New Orleans, Battle of , 1815
  • 2:75
  • 3:1
New York (N.Y.)--Description and travel
  • 1:18
  • 2:23,47
  • 3:46,58
  • 4:6,29
  • 5:26
New York (N.Y.)--Politics and government
  • 1:9
  • 3:4
  • 4:31,48
New York (State)--Description and travel
  • 1:47
  • 4:38
Newspaper publishing
  • 1:6,9,11,14-17,21,22,30,33
  • 5:21
Niagara Falls (N.Y. and Ont.)--Description and travel
  • 4:53
Ocean travel--Atlantic Ocean
  • 1:45,49-53
  • 2:25
Ogilvie, James, d.1820
  • 2:6
Opera
  • 3:75
Oranges
  • 2:73
  • 3:22,45,61,71,72
Orlando Furioso
  • 2:54
Parent and child
  • 2:15,21,22,32,41
  • 3:37
  • 4:3,11
  • 5:67
Patronage, Political
  • 1:36
  • 4:13,14,21,24
  • 5:43,53,54
Peace
  • 1:79
Penn, James Jr.
  • 3:73
Pennsylvania--Description and travel
  • 2:66,67
  • 5:77
Pennsylvania--Description and travel
  • 4:41,42
Pensacola (Fla.)--Description and travel
  • 3:42
Personality
  • 1:73
  • 2:57
  • 4:7,30,34,35,39
Pets
  • 2:33
  • 4:6-8,28,36
  • 5:8
Philadelphia (Pa.)--Description and travel
  • 1:46
  • 2:12
  • 3:38
  • 5:30,46,68
Philadelphia (Pa.)--Social life and customs
  • 5:5
Phillips, Mr.
  • 3:81
Photography
  • 4:48
Physicians
  • See Medicine
Piermont (N.Y.)--Description and travel
  • 5:7,8
Piracy
  • 2:50
  • 3:1,8,9,12,40,43,79,86 See also Privateering
Pittsburgh (Pa.)--Description and travel
  • 4:42,43
Platt, Hamilton
  • 2:37
Poetry
  • 5:58,72,76,80,82,85
Poetry--Criticism
  • 5:29
Poland
  • 1:17
Polk, James Knox, 1795-1849
  • 5:43
Port Royal (S.C.)--Description and travel
  • 1:49
Portraits
  • 1:62,63
Postal service
  • 1:54,72
  • 2:40
  • 3:8,52,68,77
Practical jokes
  • 2:38
Prairie du Chien (Wisc.)--Description and travel
  • 4:47
Prejudice
  • 3:7,52
Presidents--United States--Election--1844
  • 5:39
Prices
  • 2:45,53,55
Pringle family
  • 3:49,50
Prisons
  • 2:23
Privateering
  • 1:2,29,32,42,66 See also Piracy
Puns
  • 4:6,15,21,25,30
Quakers
  • 2:6
Quarantine
  • 2:25,65
  • 3:35,55,88
Race relations--Florida
  • 3:52,61
Race relations--Louisiana
  • 3:1,77-79
Racism
  • 3:7
Railroad law
  • 5:20,51,52
Railroads
  • 4:13,67
  • 5:20,35,40,51,56,59,77
Rape
  • 3:8
Recipes
  • 3:76
  • 5:15
Religion
  • 1:33,34
  • 2:9,16,46
  • 3:46,50
Republican Party
  • 5:67
Riots
  • 5:77
Riots--England--Manchester
  • 2:65
Riots--Louisiana--New Orleans
  • 3:7
Riots--Pennsylvania--1873
  • 5:77
Robbery
  • 2:52,58,60,64
  • 3:12,44
  • 5:64
Rodman, Harriet Fenno, 1783-1808
  • 5:70
Rodman, John
  • 1:45,48,63
  • 3:50
  • 4:1
  • 5:82
Running races
  • 5:50
Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813
  • 1:19,21,22
Sabbath
  • 2:25
Sampson, Mr., d. 1820
  • 3:16
San Francisco (Calif.)--Description and travel
  • 5:66,67
Saratoga (N.Y.)--Description and travel
  • 5:60
Savannah (Ga.)--Description and travel
  • 2:61
  • 3:5,32,34
Saving and thrift
  • 2:37,44,47,56,57,59,61,68
  • 3:3,5,57
  • 4:45,63,70,75
  • 5:6,21,66
Scallan, Mr.
  • 3:29,69,78,89
Scarlatina
  • 4:49
Schools
  • See also Education
  • 2:1,3,13,15,29,30,38,48,51,63
Scott, Walter , 1771-1832
  • 3:2,7
Seminole Indians
  • 3:61
Seton, James
  • 4:19
Shakers
  • 2:9
Shipping
  • 4:4 See also Oranges
Ships
  • 1:1,32,49,50,52,66,72
  • 3:12,23,40 See also Navy
Singers
  • 3:81
Singing--Study and teaching
  • 2:16
Slavery
  • 1:64
  • 2:50,58
  • 3:30,50,73
  • 4:42
Slavery and the church
  • 4:42
Slaves
  • 1:60
  • 4:61,63
  • 5:8
Sleighs and sledges
  • 4:29
Smoking
  • 4:76
  • 5:48,51
Snakes
  • 2:27,35
  • 5:55
Snipe
  • 3:26
Society
  • 1:65
  • 2:13
  • 3:47,68,87
  • 4:51
  • 5:5
Somerset (Pa.)--Description and travel
  • 4:41
Southern states--Description and travel
  • 2:44,68
Spain
  • 4:1
Spaniards--Florida
  • 3:52,61,68
St. Augustine (Fla.)--Description and travel
  • 3:50,52,68,72,76,87
  • 4:1
Steamboats
  • 2:8
Suicide
  • 1:16
  • 4:11
Summer
  • 1:30,36
  • 2:64
  • 3:89
  • 4:25
Swan, Kitty
  • 1:65
Swimming
  • 4:6,25
Tammany Society, or Columbian Order (N.Y.)
  • 4:48
Tariff
  • 5:65
Teachers
  • 1:46
Telegraph (steamboat)
  • 3:23
Tennessee--Description and travel
  • 2:70
Texas--Description and travel
  • 3:9
Theater--Louisiana--New Orleans
  • 2:74
  • 3:1,4,7,9,46,75,79
Theater--New York (State)--New York
  • 2:35,39
  • 4:7,8,15,47
Theatre--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia
  • 1:23,25
  • 2:5
Travel--Accidents
  • 1:18
"Uncle Sam"
  • 4:21
United States--History--Revolution, 1775-1783
  • 1:1,3
  • 4:43
United States--Politics and government
  • 1:9,24,30,33-37
  • 4:48,49,75
  • 5:36,39,67,75
Vacations
  • 1:48,65,84,85
  • 2:35
  • 4:24,35,38,53,54,63,66,67,69,73,74
  • 5:60
Values
  • 1:17,22,23,26,43,61,64
  • 4:5,12,48
Values--France
  • 2:28
Van Buren, Martin, 1782-1862
  • 4:48
Vanderlyn, John, 1775-1852
  • 3:30
Ventriloquism
  • 2:65
Vera Cruz (Mexico)--Description and travel
  • 3:85,86,88
Verplanck, Embury, d. 1861
  • 5:62
Verplanck, Gulian Crommelin, 1786-1870
  • 2:4,7
  • 3:2
  • 5:37,40,61
Verplanck, Mrs., d. 1843--Death
  • 5:25
Virginia--Description and travel
  • 2:69,70
Vote
  • 4:8
War
  • 1:51,53,67-72,76,77
Washington (D.C.)--History--Capture by the British, 1814
  • 2:9
Washington's birthday
  • 2:50
Webster, Daniel, 1782-1852
  • 4:55
Weir, Robert Walter, 1803-89
  • 5:30
West (U.S.)--Description and travel
  • 4:41-49
West Indies--Description and travel
  • 1:52,53,76
Wheeling (W.Va.)--Description and travel
  • 4:42
Whig Party
  • 4:75
  • 5:36,39
White Lake (N.Y.)--Description and travel
  • 5:10
Williamson, Charles, 1757-1808
  • 1:68
Wilson, George and Ellen
  • 4:63,69
Winter
  • 1:23,62
  • 3:79
  • 4:46,47
Women
  • 1:61
  • 2:45
  • 3:77
  • 4:35
  • 5:31
Women and the military
  • 5:79
Women in politics
  • 1:34,36
  • 5:21,29
Women--Conduct of life
  • 3:77
  • 4:8,44
Women--Education
  • 4:17
Women--France
  • 2:28
Women--Intellectual life
  • 5:32
Women--Social conditions
  • 5:32
Women--Societies and clubs
  • 4:50
Worthington, Mr.
  • 3:52
Yellow fever
  • 1:50
Yellow fever--Florida--Pensacola
  • 3:60,68
Yellow fever--Georgia--Savannah
  • 2:68
Yellow fever--Louisiana--New Orleans
  • 2:64,69-71,73
  • 3:8,9,15-23,25-27,56,58,60,62-67,70
Yellow fever--New York (State)--New York
  • 2:64,65
  • 3:53,55,58,68
Yellow fever--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia
  • 1:17,19,21,30
Yellow fever--South Carolina--Charleston
  • 2:61