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Adams and Jefferson, death of, 343. Characters, 344.

Mourning for, 345. Difference of opinion relating to

government, 351. Heads of parties, 352.
Adams, J. Q., secretary of statē, 84. 4th of July address,

226. Reply to Furstonwether, 173. Elected president,
287. Inaugural, 287. 1st message, 330. Policy respect-
ing appointments, 288. Commencement of his adminis-
tration, 326. Opposition to, 326. Defense of, 227.
Charges against, 400. Reply to, 401. Close of, 402.

Character of, 405.
Algiers, description of, 16. Piracies of, 17. Claims of the

dey of, 18. War with, 20. Capture of vessels of, 21.
Negotiations and treaty with, 22." War of, with England,
27. Exmouth's expedition to, 28. Conquest of, by

France, 29.
Ambrister, 107–8.
Amelia island, 96.
Anderson, Colonel, case of, 136.
Apalachicola, fort on, 91. Massacre on, 92.
Arbuthnot, 105. Trial of, 108.
Army, reduction of, 221.
Auction bill, 192.
Aury's establishment at Galveston, 93. At Amelia island, 94,
Bainbridge, Commodore, 27.
Banks, origin of, 45. Principles, 46.
Bank of United States, charter of, 47. Mismanaged, 139.

Proceedings concerning, 142. Not liable to be taxed,
148. Case of, 148. Reports of committees concerning,

422.
Bankrupt bill, 233. Debates concerning, 235.
Barton, senator, 420.
Beaumarchais, claim of, 138.
Bonaparte, confinement of, 119. Death of, 227. Disposi-

tion of the family of, 121.
Bourbons, restoration of, 120.
Boundary, northeastern, 381. Controversy concerning, 382.
Brown, General, death of, 392.

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Calhoun, report of, on roads, &c., 175. Secretary at war,

84. Vice president, 286. Case concerning Rip Rap

contract, 378. Proceedings of congress on, 379.
Canadas, fortification of, 386. Debates concerning, 397.
Canals, Erie, 357. Ohio, 360.
Caucus, presidential, for 1827, 51. For 1825, 281. Origin

and bad effects of, 54.
Census, 4th, 194.
Chehaw town destroyed, 111.
Claims arising from the war, 40. Commissioners of, 41.

73. For spoliations, 62. On France, 63. Spain, 65.
Naples, 68. Netherlaeds, 69.
Clay, Mr., secretary of state, 289. Charges against, 285.

Answered, 286, 827-8-9.
Cohens, vs. Virginia, case of, 152.
Colonial system, American, compared with European, 232.

Trade, report of committee on, 239.
Colonization society, 303. Proceedings of, 304. Assisted

by government, 305. Purchase of territory by, 306.
Columbia, meeting at, 375. Proceedings, 375.
Compensation law, 42. Repealed, 72.
Committee of manufactures, 182. 384.
Cooper, Dr. 375.
Congress, 14th, first meeting of, 35.-second, 72. 15th,
first meeting, 135—second,

174. 16th, first meeting, 178
--second, 218. 17th, first meeting, 233-second, 247.
18th, first meeting, 266-second, 289. 19th, first meet-
ing, 330—second, 367. 20th, first meeting, 383. 21st,

first meeting, 415.
Constitution, amendments of, 275. 333. Construction of,

230, 432.
Crawford, Mr., 251, 393.
Cumberland road, 290.
Decatur's expedition against Algiers, 21. Tunis, 25. Tri-

poli, 26. Death of, 215.
Debt, imprisonment for, 269.
Decoudray's expedition, 246.
Diplomacy, frequent changes in, prejudicial, 409.
Discharge of Danish and Neapolitan seamen, 26.
Districts, military division of, i6.
Divisions, sectional, 16.
Domain, national, state of, 421.
Duel between Decatur and Barron, causes of, 216.
Dueling, 380, 432.
Duties, tonnage, report concerning, 332.

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Eaton, Mr., secretary at war, 325.
Education in United States, 435.
Election, presidential, 79, 273, 283, 284. Candidates for,

277.
Elections, report of committtee on, 239.
Electors, how chosen, 280.
Embarrassments, pecuniary, in 1816, 57.
Emigrations, 59.
Employment of soldiers on roads, 177.
Europe, state of, 117.
Executive power, how designated,

273.
Excitement, southern, on the tariff, 392, 3, 4, 5.
Ferdinand, conduct of, 133.
Floridas, hostile collections in, 91. 97. Ceded to United

States, 163. Importance of, 170. Invasion of, 109.

Possession of, 228. Act for the government of, 231.
Foot, senator, resolution of, 418. Debates on, 419.
Free people of color, number and character, 298. Proceed-

ings of South Carolina respecting them, 299. Emigra-

tion to Liberia, 303.
Freedom of political discussion, 346. Of religious opinion,

349.
Forsyth's mission to Spain, 165.
Fulton, Robert, 361.
Furstonwether's application for office, 172.
Gaines, General, instructions to, 98. Proceedings of, 100.

Gadsden, fort, 103.
Gallatin Mr., 391.
Georgia claim to Indian lands, 219. Proceedings concern-

ing, 321.
Greece, application of, to holy alliance, rejected, 134. De-

scription of, 260. Revolution in, 261. Proceedings in
congress concerning, 263. Contributions to, 264. Inter-

ference of European powers concerning, 264.
Hayti, emigration to, 309.
Harrisburgh convention, 373. Proceedings, 373. Address,

374.
Holmes, senator, 428.
Holy alliance, treaty of, 193. Meeting at Troppau, 125.

At Laybach, 126. At Verona, 130. Proceedings of,

126, 7.
Indians, number, 310. Land title, 310. Character, 311.

Usages, mode of warfare, and religion, 312. Civiliza-
tion of, 313. Mode of obtaining their lands, 317. Trade
with, 317. Creek tribe of, 318. Treaty of Indian Springs.
320. Massacre of M‘Intosh, 320. Treaty at Washing.
ton with, 322. Cherokee tribe of, 323. Civilization of,
324. Delegation to Washington, 324. Answer to their
memorial, 325. Debates concerning, 424. Act for their

removal, 426. Proceedings of Georgia, 426.
Internal improvements, bill concerning, 74. Reasons for,

75. Objections to, 76. Reports of committees on, 77.
335. Mr. Gallatin's report on, 75. Veto concerning,

431.
Jackson, General, his correspondence with Monroe, 81.

Order of April 22, 1817, 89. Expedition against the
Seminoles, 230. Governor of Florida, 288. Proceed-
ings of, against Spanish officers, 299. Candidate for the
presidency of 1825, 277. Elected president for 1829, 401.
Inaugural address, 408. Proceedings relating to appoint-

ments and removals, 412. Message, 415.
Jefferson, death of, 343. Principles relating to offices, 413.
Johnson, Richard M., 290.
Jubilee, American, 343.
Judiciary, federal, 143. Bill concerning, 334.
Key West, 253.
Kentucky, relief laws of, 270, 1.
Lafayette, 291. Visit to U. S. 293. Reception, 293. Do-

nations to, 296. Return, 297.
Land debtors, relief to, 222.
Law, criminal, amelioration of, 353. Relating to imprison-

ment for debt, 355. To lands, 355. To civil process.

356.
Larche, F., bill for the relief of, 341.
Liberia, colony of, 307, 8.
Lloyd, senator, 332.
Louisiana, boundary of, 160.
Lyon, Matthew's, memorial, 174.
Maine and Missouri, addmission of, 178.
Macomb, General, 402.
Mallary, Mr., 384.
Manufactures, depression of, 58. Reports of committes

on, 191, 385. Testimony concerning, 385.
Marks, St., capture of, 105.
Martin, vs. Hunter, case of, 145.
Masonry, Free, 364.
Makasuky villages destroyed, 104.
Message, President Jackson's, concerning retrenchment.

416. Tariff, internal improvements, and Indians, 416.
Bank, 417.
Massachusetts claims, 268.
Military posts, extension of, 170.
Minors, enlistment of, 146.
Missouri, objections to the constitution of, 219.
Monroe, President, inauguration of, 80. Cabinet of, 84.

Tour of, 84. Reception at Boston, 85. Second election
of, 223. Last message, 289. Administration of, 224. 289.
Morgan, William, abduction of, 362.
Negotiations with Great Britain, 29, 30.
Navigation act, 74.
Naples, 128, 129.
Newspapers, patronage to, 389.
Northwest coast, 242.
Office, applications for, 410. Nominations to, 411. Re.

movals from, 412. Principles concerning, 412.
Officers disbanded, proposed meeting of, 15. Spanish ba-

nished from Florida, 229.
Owenists, 350.
Panama, congress of, 208. Mission to, 209. Proceedings

of, 213. Canal across the Isthmus of, 364.
Peace establishment, 14, 15.
Parties, 60.
Pensacola, capture of, 109.
Pinckney, General, death of, 240.
Perry, Commodore, death of, 235.
Piracies, armament against, 252.
Pardoning, 256.
Privateering, principles concerning, 133.
Prisoners, American, in Spain, 199.
Porter, Commodore, proceedings of, in West Indiss, 252.

Charges against, 256. Defense, 257. Engages in the

Mexican service, 258. Conduct at New Orleans, 259.
Porto Rico, proceedings at, 253.
Post office, changes in, 411.
Policy, American, new principles of, 432.
Rail roads, 359.
Reports of war and navy departments for 1828, 403. Of

committee on reducing executive patronage, 338,9. Of
ways and means, 1828, 386. Of retrenchment, 389. 428.

390.
Rabun, Governor, 111.
Revolution, American, effects of, 345.

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