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Whigs, name assumed by popular party, 125; attitude in early days of Revolution, 150; ferocity of struggle with Tories, 153

Whitehall, 37

Whitehall Street, origin of name, 37

White Plains, battle of, 165

Wild beasts, 14

William III., accession of, 70; appoints governor and lieutenant-governor, 85; grant of liberties by, 90

Windmills, 19

Wolves, reward for scalps, 37

Wood, Fernando, elected mayor, 238; disloyalty of, 246

Working-classes, 263

Working-girls’ clubs, 257

Yellow fever, scourges of, 205

York, Duke of, 46; patentee of New Netherlands, 47; character, 53; advocates religious tolerance for New York, 53; summons Andros to England, 62; sends spy to examine affairs of colony, 62; takes advice, from William Penn, 64; see also JAMES II.

Zenger, John Peter, founder of the “Weekly Journal,” 123; arrest and trial of, 124

 

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