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ABERDEEN, Lord, 82.
ADAMS, United States steamship, 161; lands marines to
quell Wilcox-Boyd insurrection, 161; troops on beaten
to arms and make feint of landing in force, 222, 224.
ALEXANDER, Brev. Brig. Gen., on military commission to
examine Pearl Harbor, 148.
ALLEN, ELISHA H., 47.
Anglican Church planted in Islands, 121, 125; its bishop
antagonizes American sentiment, 174.
Annexation, Minister McCook suggests, 43; Secretary
Seward considers, 43; preferred by Seward to reci-
procity, 44; France apprehensive of, 105; looking
toward, 106 et seq.; treaty of proposed, 114; move-
ment for progressing rapidly, 114; Kamehameha IV
averse to, 119; negotiations for cease, 119; in abey.
ance, 122; Kamehameha V not averse to, 127; dis-
cussed in Honolulu, 128; sentiment for rapidly grow-
ing in Islands, 129; suggested by Minister Pierce,
133; desired in Islands, 135; sentiment for increas-
ing at Islands, 150; first active step toward taken,
186; commissioners sent to Washington to negotiate
treaty of, 188; treaty of sent to Senate by President
Harrison, 196; the President urges its ratification,
197 ; treaty of fails for lack of time, 200; favored in
Republican platform of 1896, 242; Liliuokalani es-
tablishes a " lobby” at Washington against, 243;
new treaty of drawn, 243; treaty of signed by Presi-
dent McKinley, 244; fails in Senate, 244; joint reso-
lution of introduced in Congress, 244; becomes a
certainty, 246; is consummated, 247; news of re-
ceived with joy at Islands, 247; formally declared
and flag raised, 247, 248; ceremonies of declaration
Annexation, joint resolution of, presented in Congress,
244; passed in House and Senate, 246; signed by
President McKinley, 247.
Arion Hall, troops lodged in, 185.
BACHELOT, Rev. JOHN ALEXIUS, sails for Hawaii, 64;
his arrival, 65; attempts to propagate Romish faith,
65; his sincerity, 65; in conflict with Protestant mis-
sions, 65, 66; is banished by Hawaiian government,
BARÁNOFF entertains idea of colonization, 17.
BARRELL, JOSEPH, reads Cook's narrative, 29; forms
commercial company, 29.
BAYARD, Secretary, replies to Lord Salisbury's protest
BOLTE, C., 181.
Boston, United States cruiser, goes on a practice cruise,
178; Minister Stevens a passenger on, 178; returns to
Honolulu, 179; troops landed from, 185.
BOYD, ROBERT, leads insurrection against Kalakaua.
BREWER, CHARLES, establishes commercial house at
BREWER, CHARLES, & Co., 38.
BRINTNELL, Capt., 22.
BROWN, ANDREW, 181.
BROWN, GEORGE, appointed commissioner at Honolulu,
86; arrives, 86; is presented to king, 86; addresses
his Majesty, 86; the king replies to him, 86; king
asks for his recall, 89; is recalled, 89.
BROWN, SAMUEL, 29.
BULFINCH, CHARLES, 29.
BYRON, Lord, 54.
California annexed to United States, 110; admitted to
Statehood, 110; discovery of gold in, 111.
Caroline Islands, 2.
CARTER, CHARLES L., commissioner to Washington to
negotiate treaty of annexation, 188.
CARTER, HENRY A. P., 47.
CARTER, J. O., adviser of ex-queen, 214.
CARYSFORT, frigate, arrives, 71, 81, 83.
CASTLE, WILLIAM R., commissioner to Washington to
negotiate treaty of annexation, 188; minister at
Cession, Provisional, of Islands to United States, by Ka-
mehameha III, 101; absolute contemplated, 112.
CHAMBERLAIN, DANIEL, 23, 25.
CHAMPION, British war vessel, remains in Honolulu
CHARLESTON, United States steamship, conveys body of
deceased king to Honolulu, 163.
CHARLETON, RICHARD, appointed British consul-general,
60; manifests antagonism to American missionaries,
61; his fears, 61; threatens to introduce English
Roman Catholic priests, 61; procures visit of ship
Actæon, 69; forces king to conclude treaty with Great
Britain, 69; leaves Islands, 69; worsted in suit at law,
77, 79; appoints a consul to act in his absence, 79.
CHATHAM, ship, arrives, 16.
Cholera, epidemic of attacks Honolulu, 235; is stamped
CLAYTON, JOHN M., Hon., 94; writes to Minister Rives at
Paris, 94; checks French aggressions, 94, 95.
CLEVELAND, President, 151; signs treaty ceding Pearl
Harbor, 151; desires renewal of reciprocity treaty,
151; hisi“unhesitating conviction," 152; urges neces-
sity of Hawaiian-American cable, 169; his message
to Congress, 169; assumes control at Washington,
198, 200; withdraws Hawaiian annexation treaty, 201 ;
determines on an investigation, 201 ; sends a personal
commissioner to Honolulu, 201; sends special mes-
sage to Congress, imputing moral obliquity to Min-
ister Stevens, 206; refuses to recommit treaty of
annexation to Senate, 207; his attitude provokes
bitter discussion, 207; his adherents and opponents,
207; urged by Gresham to restore queen by force,
212; learns of firm stand of Provisional Govern-
ment, 224; refers matter to Congress, 224; his atti-
tude not approved by country, 225; relinquishes
apparent interest in Hawaiian Question, 226; demands
recall of Minister Thurston, 229; orders American
war vessels to be withdrawn from Islands, 231 ; his
action results in investigation by Senate committee,
232; is absolved from imputation of impropriety of
conduct, 232; findings of Morgan committee ignored
by his partisan adherents, 234; receives Liliuokalani,
242; does not enter into her plans, 242; retires from
Cocoanut-trees, value early recognized, 39.
COLE, Capt. WILLIAM, 37.
COLUMBIA, ship, sent out, 30; visits Oregon coast, 30;
COMLY, JAMES M., 50.
Commerce, Hawaiian, 29 et seq.
Committee of Public Safety appointed at mass meeting of
people, 181; Henry E. Cooper is appointed chairman,
181; demands resignations of heads of departments,
182; their demands met, 182; receives appeals for
protection from citizens, 183; appeals to United
States minister for protection, 184; demands sur-
render of police station and civil forces, 186.