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INDEX TO VOLUME XX.

Dear 265.1

414 Breeche's

112
142
381

46

76

365

75

142

143
187
335
187

96

76

89

387

77

a

Balances on the books of the Bolus, taken!
Adams, Mr. his oration noticed treasury

130 Boxing matches

Bread, adulterated
305; the oration

326 Balloons, improvement in
Africa--Mr. Lalande's voyage Baltimore. fat sheep killed at Brougham, Mr. bis belief about the
mentioned 47; state paper 88;

queen
80; claims against the U. S.

Browne, col.
colony of free blacks in 239, 81; insolvents 85, 154; inspec- Burdett, sir F.

76, 270
406; trade in slaves at Mada. tions 112, 320; the city bank Campbell, admiral

Canning, Mr.
gascar checked 269; corn im. 225; battle monument 239;

32, 46

Carlisle, Mrs.
ported from

382 Mechanics' bank 256; notices Castler agb, called Londonderry 203
Africans, the condition of cer. of the health of 305, 321,

Catholics

187,221

Clisus taking
tain in Alabama
255

364, 381, 4:3
337, 369, 385, 401; 4th of July

Chancery, the court of

349
Agricultural interests 97; dis. at

324 Cholmodelly vs. Clinton
tress
374, 385 Bank defaulters and robbers 225 Circular on the affairs of the holy al-

hance
Agriculturists, state of the, in Bank of the U. $. price of its Clarence, the duke of 153, 335, 381
England

262
stock 111; present condition

Coffee-substitutes, &c.
Alabama-inland water commu.

Coinage

77, 188, 284
of 289, 298; payment of divi. Constitution!
nications 63; members of the dends 344; loss caused by its Contempt of court
legislature 64; petition to con.

Convent Garden theatre
mismanagement 289; branch

Cork, of a toll received at
gress respecting Florida 98; at Savannah

408 Coronation, of the 76, 174, 220, 335, 349,
of the Indians in
320 Banks, &c. special deposites,

364, 381, 413
Aloe, the Howering
256 and list of notes of the non-

Cotron, prices of
Court of claims

381
Alsop, Mrs.

271
paying banks, to the credit of

Crimes

187
America, general statistics of, 410 the treasury S6; counterfeit

Debt, a general statement of

380

De vousbire, the duke's
Andre major, about the removal and false notes 81; a new one

property
!jscovery ships

270
of his bones, and remarks 352, made in New York 111; trials Drury Lane theatre

142
386 of defaulters in Maryland 127;

Dublín--procredings at on an address to

the king 32; to be visited by him 221
Andrews, St. a little war at 416 certain small bills issued not Doties-the rate of op sundry articles
Anecdiote, genuine

money 128; engraving of bank

Earthen Wure, value of exports 365
Edinburg-university 77; riots

253
Application of principles 65, notes 177; prices of notes Emigration to the U. S.
193, 243, 259, 296
192, 402; profits declared 224 Enlistment acc

399
Appointments, remarks upon,

Excisable articles, some of them, &c. 992
with an anecdote of Washing.
Barbary states.-Morocco 47; Executions

109, 187
Tunissian Heet destroyed Forgeries

32, 112
ton 249; civil, a list of 87; mo.

Fraude

142
190, 254, 319; Algerine fleet
nopoly of
241

Glasgow

109

352 Gold, arrivals of 221, 349; withdrawn from
Arabia-lady Hester Stanhope

circulation
Barron, com.

224
111

Heiress, a great one

109
Arkansas-treaty

416 Hops, culture of
with ti:e

Bells, on the breaking of
Belmain, Abraham

304 Horse the king's 227; horse tax
Choctaws 33, 368; war he.

365
Huddy, Mr.

112
Biddle, Charles
tween the Indians in, 112, 192;

Ireland--revenue 93; disturbed state of
Bonaparte, Napoleon-noticed 253, 302, 335; distresses
bad conduct of the Osages

364
109; of his wife 109; cost of

Iron hous:s, masts and kinga! 187, 188
288; population
113

Juggler's gains

142
detaining him 188, 283; re.
Kemble's library

109
Army-new regulations, &c. 47;
appropriations 58; pay, &c. of

port that he was sick 302, 325; King, che, visits theatre 76; his speech
said to be dead 400; report

61; of his journey to Ireland 253; bis
the officers 56; case of Jew.

birth day

283
confirmed 402; his tribute to
itt 64; board of officers 111;

Laboring classes

Washington
peace establishment 191; re.

412 Lancaster castle

Law-geese and ganders
Bonnet-the Wet er sel : 304.
gister of the officers, &c. 196;

Leopold, prince

32, 153
general order

Liverpool, arrivals and departures 61;
235
progress :1d prospects of the

dock duties

manufacture 368, 376, 383, 403
Arnold, Thomas, dies 239; Be.

Loans to foreigners
Booth, Mr. the player 321 London, places of worship ia
nedict, the infamous 403
Boston-bank capital 128; po.

Majocchi
Artigas privateers!
95

Manchester
Auctions, on sales at

322
pulation 192; assessments Marine velocipede

365
240; the cadets at
400 Meteorological

399
Aurora, extracts from 273, 289
Boundary line- U. S. and Ca.

Mines, product of one

364
Ministers

109
Austria-Preparations for war nada

405 Naval-ships built, &c. 46; "workmen dis
against Naples, &c. 32; ad- Brazil --revolt at Bahia 110; charged
vance of the army 78, 176;

Neutralits

174
(manifesto) 173, 174, 176;
her Italian possessions, ar. general notices of the state

Nobility
rests, &c. 78; debt to Great of affairs in 126, 303, 336,

Norfolk, the duchess of and her estates
Britain 93; the emperor's ad.

Nottingham
382; revolt at Rio Janeiro 190;
Oak, the use of

142
dress at Laybach 100,354; ad. bank established 190; arrivals Ogilvie, Mr.
dress of gen. Frimont to his of slaves

367

O'Neil, Miss

Ox, a great one
army, on marching for Naples British campaigns in America

Parliament-affairs of the queen 61, 77,
139; declaration on the af 258, 291; tourists in the US. 92, 95, 142, 143; reform 221; logic 404;
fairs of Naples 146; abolition

292 king's speech 61; grral meeting of the
of schools 176; declaration

members 76; emoluments of the speak-
BRITISH

er 76; queen's message 77; ou the im-
respecting Turkey 206; again Addresses to the king, origin of

port of American flour 77; holy al.
noticed 365; emperor's return

Advertisement, singular

304 lianer 95, 127, 142, 270; annual, men-
to Vienna

336
Agricultural distresses

127, 148, 262, 364 tioned 95, affairs of Naples, &c. 74;
Alien establishment

warm debates 174; about the slave trade
B
American loyalists

357; constitution of the b. of commons 413
Austrian debt
93 Pedestrianism

142
Babcock, Elijah, dies 119 Bank, of England

76,109, 142 Pennyfather. Mr.

142
Backus, col. reinterred, &e. 255 Birmingham

93 Pensioners in parliament

364 Perkins & Co.
Baker, col, Walter
Bishops, to be converted!

142
112
Bishoprics
381 / Petenfield, borough

381

365

61

188
187
100

413
283
413
413

335

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26, 28

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46, 221

36

Small pos

23

365

10

46

98

28

27, 28

Poor rates, &c.

1421 110, 126, 190, armistice end. 38; of the committee of ways and means
Portland quarry

364
ed 126, 190; rich prize 336;

37; on imprisonment for d. bt 58; un
Printing establishment burnt
76

the punishment of piracies 59; of tho
Quech-of the witnesses against her 32; battle of a privateer 125; de. commissioners of the navy 104; on the
processious 77; brief notices of minor
cree respecting foreigners

slave trade 108; on fortifications 2033
things 32, 46, 77, 109, 143, 187, 270, 413;

285; about the appropriations of pub
a fibed against her by a priest

93
190; Caraccas taken and re.

lic lands, &c.

391
Race between a horse and a pig 381 taken 238, 302, 336, 352, 382; Revenue-Mr. Little's' motion respecting 28
Revenue
32, 01, 93, 302, 310, 364 Porto Cabello 239, 336, 382,

Road from Wherling, &c.
Rochschild, Mr.
32

Slaves-about the introduction of 10;
109
Rufus, William, MSS. of
415; Lovia 336; Cucuta 352, trade in

106
Running. a great expluit ia

381

415; Carabobo, the battle at Taylur, Mr. vote of thanks to him, &c. 29
Seotland

Tuinage duty, extra
365
Shipping, tons of
367; Carthagena 382; MC

12

Treasurer of th.U.S.
Suik manufuetures
376 Gregor 334, 400; civil and mi.

Treasury--letter from the secretary about
Sinking fund

93

litary regulations 400; new deposites of the nutes of non paying
Sirr, major, the infamous
61

bauks
400 viceroy 415; D'Evereux 400;

Tucker. Samuel
Stocks 46, 76, 96, 143, 144, 174, 188 Bolivar resigns the presiden- Weigher's, gaugers, &e.
Sugar, consumption of

су

415 Weighis and measures, Mr. Adam's re
Times newspaper

port recrived

28
Transportations of persous

142 Colonization, African, noticed 239 wat, Mr. attorney general
Tythes
360 Color of persons, facts and re.

Y+*s and rays in the state: on the Mis-
Vaceiue institution

302
marks

240

souri question 11, 16; the bill for the
Wallace's monument

gibi f of the family of O. H. Perry 16
W gh's swallowed as physic!
109 Columbian, the newspaper

305 Yeas and nays in the house, on the bill in
Wif sold 340; wives-a man who had 28! 399 Combs, domestic

463

favor of S Tucker 11; on that for the
Wilson, Miss, the singer

relief of purchasers of the public lands
Wudow tas
142,187 Commerce, protections of 296,

13, 15; about Missouri 14; about the
Wool-woollen manufactures 187, 257,

322 breakrupe bill

16
270, 381

Congressional applicants for of

CONGRESS,
Words in the language, whence derived 365

fice memorial and petition! 102
York, the duke of

364 Editorial remarks on the proceedings &c.
Brooke, John T.
112 1; ditto of the “Inteligencer" on the

Connectichi-elections 128, 144;

29
Brook's Gazetteer

business of the session
176

governor's message noticed
Acts passed--a list of

30
Buenos Ayres-See Rio de la Alabarna

98

177; at length 212; school
Plata
Anderson vs. Dunn

fund 256; retrenchments 289;

25
Buttons, domestic,

Appropriation bill, general
403

currant wine raised in 304;
Army--about officers employed as clerks
с
3; recruiting service ii; peace estab

population 33; bank at Litch.
Cadets at Boston

400
lishment 10, 14; appropriations, &c. 12,

field 383; report about public
28, 58; amount of savings estiinated by

389
Calicoes, domestic

lands
403 different bills

81
Campaigns, British at Wash Auctions, duties on sales at 1.3, 11 Constitutional questions 17,

Baldwin, Mr.

258, 291, 409 Bankruptcy, a system of
ington, &c.

255, 289

15, 16, 27 Convention-federal,
Canada-emigrations to 270;

debates
Boundaries of states, N. W. of the Ohio 11
cost of the colony 270; a ca.
Census, respecting the

in the, noticed &c. 178, 401
Clay, Mr.
nal said to be cut to lake

29 Copper mine in New Jersey 11;
Collectors of the customs, &c.
13

404
Champlain 352; not true 387;

coins
Columbia, the district-the banks in 10,
Montreal
382

11, 15 Cotton yarn, its fineness 61,
Debt--to abolish imprisonment for

12,58
Carey, Mathew, compliment to

308; state of the English mar.
Department of state

28
345 Departments, a bill respecting

15 ket, &c. 80, 96; goods, desir-
Catholic bishop, liberality to a 225 Futrios ac the custom house

Duties on imposts and toonage
28, 28 ed for summer wear 239; crop

304
Census -see population of the Evening session

damaged
several states.
Florida treaty 10, 11, 14, 26, 28; petition Cræsus, of Lydia

82
of Alabama
Champlain canal

80
387 Frenclı ships, &c.

98 Cropper, gen. John dies
14, 16, 25, 27

80
Charcoal, effects of

Crowned heads
80 Gaillard, Mr. thanks voted, &c.
Charleston-bishop England at 82 Gbent, the treaty of

28 Cruelty to animals, cases of 304
Cherokees, schools among the 102 Ludians-treaty with the Choctaws

Cuba-new governor arrives
Chess player, the automaton 288 Tadian trading houses, 10, 12, 15; agents 79; import of slaves 94;. va.
Child thrown out of a window

luable feet sails 223; state of
Jobnson, James
368; one poisoned
368 Land warrants-military

the islands 126, 143, 239; U.
Chili-its army in Peru 95, 285;
Ligbt-bouses, &c.

S. com. agent 223; yellow fe-
Loan, proposed, &c.

239

ver
reported revolution in 95; fo. Lotteries in the district
reign vessels on the coast

Maison Rogue, the marquis of

10,28 Culbreth, Mr. a letter from him
MeNair, Matthew

195
285; captain Sbireff's letter to

Meade, Mr.
the director

192
352 Message of the president-respecting the

Cupid, a negro
China - succession to the throne

20 Currey, Cary

304
Militia, retorns
143; last will and testament Mint of the U.S.

D

26, 81
of the late emperor 185; pro.

Missouri 10,11; the joint committee 10, 12; Darby, William 176, 203; valu.
clamation of the new one 186;

report and proceedings 13, 14, 16; ex-
ecution of the laws therein

ble information from him 410
missionaries prohibited 336; Navigation acts

10 Davis, :V. D. bis letter respect.
the new emperor said to be Navy appropriations 11, 15; pension ing the N. W. coast

21
fund
assassinated 367; notice of the

81
Oxley Thomas

48
Day, maj. Benjamin

13;
disease of the old one 367 Patent, to be issued

13 Deaf and dumb

48
Churches, queer doings in 306 Piracy, on the punishment of 59 Debt of the U. S. remarks 34, 136

Pensioners, revolutionary
Clark, col. Richard, dies 80 Perry, com. O. H.

16 Defaulter, public

271
Clay, Mr. his speech at Lexing.

Post office (general)

15, 26, 29 Delaware ---transit duty on pas.
ton

301 Public buildings b; lands, Maryland reso- sengers &c. 48; population 129
Coal-Lehigh

63

lutions respecting 11; to tax them in
certain states 16; bill for the relief of

Demarara
Coffee—its consumption, &c. 111 purchasers of

12, 13, 14, 15, 16 Denmark-statistics of 223
Colombia, the republic of. Ma. Purdy, col.

19 Dewes, Charles, dies

112
nifesto of the congress to the

Reports--on the public buildings 5; about
officers of the army employed as

Diamond, valuable

144
people 8; com. Aury 126; clerks 3; on gold coins 5; respecting lot- Documents, proposed to be
military preparations, &c. 79,

teries in the district of Columbia 6; on
the general post office 26; brief extract

published
238, 303; negociations, &c.
from that of the com. on manufactures Dole, Samuel

271

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New

ances

Dolittles, marriages of 416

F
Georgia.--A

convent
Donnel, Nathaniel
271 Fever, malignant, prevailing 415

founded in 48; case of gen.
Dover, John, dies

63 Findley, the venerable William, Mitchell 116; governor's mes.
Duelling-emperor of Germa. dies

112 sage 181; finances 240; dir.
ny's order respecting 64; a Fire-death by

111 Walker, senator U. S. 240;
case of

80 Fisheries--bounties and allow. law about lottery tickets 272;
E

54 population

241
East Indies--the cholera mor. Fishermen captured

272
bus at Manilla, &c.94; Einirs

Clerical
Flax, the culture of

Germany--generally.

229, 384
of Sinde 94; Palembang 94; Florida -notices of 17, 80, 98,

impudence 94; lunatic asy-

lum 110;
freights 110; dreadful sick. 113, 416; commissioners 96,

the people in

favor of Naples 176; Bavaria
ness at Siam, &c. 143; war 191, 255; notice from the 272;

176; Hesse Cassel 190; a
between Siam and Birmah gen. Jackson appointed go-

priest left to bis own con-
223; war in the Persian gulf vernor 36; officers appointed
254, 352; import of sugar in-

science for having married!
224; Darby's memoir noticed

176; Hesse Darmstadt, a con-
1o England 288; cholera mor- 49, 203; notices of the coun-

stitution granted to 190; con.
bus 143, 336; ships in the try 49, 353; goods imported

tingents of the confederation
Hoogly river 367; burning of into, &c. 49, 241, 254, 273,

382; economy!

414
widows

382) 305; delay of delivery 321;
Economy!
80 gov. Coppinger's proclama-

Ghent, the treaty of-extract,
Editorial ariicles-Remarks on tion and surrender of St. Au

&c.

234
congress and its proceedings gustine 337; gov. Jackson's

Girardin, L. H.

178
l; on the loan 34; on the proclamation 353; surrender Girl, a mammoth

128
ways and means, &c. 34; on at Pensacola, particulars 404;

Glass, American

304
foreign news 65, 177; general the river St. John's, &c. 416;

Glendy, the rev. doctor, his
essays on domestic industry, mails from Pensacola 272; prayer on the 4th of July 324
&c. 35; free remarks on the Tampa bay

287 Gold- great demand for, and
state of things at Washington Flour, prices of, &c. 35, 288; shipments of 79; value of in
50, 83; "fruits of the system" wheat exported 53; error England compared with that
81; a note to subscribers 96; in the table 65, 145; on its of silver

273
on the agricultural interest import into England, &c. 77; Goodwin, Robert, M.

144
97; on representation 99; "our at a less price than rags 111; Governors of states-their sala.
owa family” and foreign mis.

remarks on,

145
ries

55
sions 101; congressional ap. Floyd, col. Benjamin, 80; gen. Grasshoppers, multitudes of 410
pointments to office 102; fo. William, an account of bis Greeks--see Turkey.
reign state papers and news death, &c.

386 Guayaquil, revolution at 126
129, 145, 167; desultory re- Foreign missions and impostors

H
marks 130; what is the differ-

101

Hail storms
ence! 178; money, stocks,

255, 288
Forsyth, Mr. entertained at Au-
&c. 209; things as they are

386
gusta 144; embarks for Spain

llale, capt. Nathan

Hamburg-great price of gold
227; divinity of kings 226; on

208
at

79
foreign paper used in tine ge- Franklin, Dr. some remarks by
neral post office 242; imports

him

Bayti-proceedings of Boyer
401

32; import of spirits prohibit-
into Florida 257, 290; 011 mix. France-a new treaty said to be forming
ed languages in the U. S.
with England 32; Fouche 32; Swiss

ed 63; disturbances 69, 79; or.
guards 46; stocks 16; Grenoble 188; re- der restored 79, 94, 124;
274; the bank of the U.S. venue and expenditures 46, 78; plots
289; British tourists in the U, and conspiracies 78, 127, 284, 349,

plots discovered 176; prizes
365; cloths fraudulently sold 46; tem-

to privateers seized 254, 552;
S. 292; taxation as it is, a dia.

pestuous debates 62, 109, 174, 188, 205, the Spanish part of the island
logue 292; christian liberality 319; ordonance respecting Am. vessels

257; state of the country
306; reply to the card of a 62, 96, 271, 303; letter of the king to the

367
king of Naples 76; explosions, &c. 78;
Virginia farmer 306; "let us

Herrings, killed in the Susque.

109, 112; duke of Angouleme 78; Des
alone" 322; sales at auction Cazas 253: removal of statues proposed

hannah

250
322; on the slave trade 324;
78; La Fayette 109; bis speech 395; B. Hogs, large

80
Constant 109; frigate La Junon 127;
plain talk 338, 370; on tbe
feelings of the troops 145; of the Span-

Ilolmes, Mr. his speech in Maine
persons and their product as isla roinister at Paris 143; M. de Balcas

323
143; affairs of Naples 143, 953; liberty
employed in New York 387;

Holy alliance--declaration at

of the press! 305; gen. Donadieu 174;
items to independence 403; revenue 133, 310; duchess of Angouleme Troppau on the affairs of
on the close of the volume 401 253; the faculty of the law suppressed Naples 31; reported fracas at

at Grenoble 2.1; Mr. Gallatin at court
Education-a character book 178
221; conscription 271;duke of Bordeaux

46; king of Naples expected
Edwards, Mrs, Rebeckah 182 284; religious toleration 284, 304; Lava.

46; Prince Ruffo attending
Egypt Cleopatra's needie 94;

lette 317; king to be crowned 335; EU- 60, 74; remarks on the con-

glish at laris 335; ancient statue disco.
statue of Memnon 126; culti. vered 335; Lallemand 349; cardinal Lu.

spiracy of kings 65; progress
ration of sugar 126; ships of Zerne 365; the navy 382; product of to. 108, 153, 270, 305, 337; minis-
the pacha

223

bacco 382; premiunis offered for useful ters, &c. assemblea 74; king

discoveries 399; new pieces at the thea-
Emigration to the U. S. 52, 255,
tres 400; population of Paris 413; mem-

of Naples at 74; Troppau
583; error corrected 193 bers of the national convention 413; circular 124; British circular

payment to the allied powers 413; ec-
England, bishop

82, 225
clesiastical establishment 414; Jeanne d'

75; king of Naples and Gallo
English language, of the deri. Arc 414; vessels in the harbors of the

153; his letter to his son 170;
U.S.

415
vation of the words in 365

proceedings 241; circular des.
Engraving of bank notes 1771
Freemasonry and the synod of

patch from Laybach 313; de.
Pitesburg

239
Europe, generally, notices of 61

claration 315;. Nesselrode's
Executive department, cost of.

G
circular

316
113 Gadscen, col. James 400 Hopkins, Stephen

271
Exports of ani'nal and vegeta- Garnett, Mr. his address to the Howitt, Mr. a British tourist 292
ble food for several years 55] Fredericksburg society 229 Hydrogen

422

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408

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Low cases-the Bello Corrunes (a salvage household 257; remarks, es.
Ifündis a new bank to be made

case) 2; Young vs. Bryan, Anderson vs.
Dunn, Cohens vs. the scate, of Virgi.

says, &c. 35, 178; do. enti-
48; stop law 80—the town nia all before th supreme court) brief tled “meaning of words" or
of Albion

192 ly noticed 7; case at longth 155, 183; U. "application of principles"
Impost, revenue, &c. 51, 133,

S. vs. Wilkins, Green vs. Biddie, before
the same 36; new rule established 36;

51, 65, 113, 168, 193, 209,
292, the collection of 355 Cohens, &c. again noticed 36; a man 243, 259, 275, 296, 354; view
Indian patriotism 116; a double

fined for disturbing religious worship 46;
Anderson vs. Dunn, the case at lengti

of the use of domestic goods,
jointed one 368; one drowns 72; about holdiog a person to prosecute

&c. 178; “plain talk” 338,
himself 368; trade, goods on 116; respecting certain small talik bills

370; persons employed in, in
band 387; laws 358, 411

128; breach of promise of marriage 123,
368; case of certain slaves transported

N. York, and remarks 387
Huana-steam mill at Vincen- coastwise 137; respecting apprentices Marine corps, promotions, &c.
nes 63; population 129; state 219; about ibe right of the U. S. bauk 10 63; libraries

383
bank

383

maintain a suit 250; Suffolk bank vs.
Lincoln bank 250; Penn's manor case

Marriage fee, a man put in jail
Inland communication in Ten- 250; case of Bowler and the jury that for it 239; marriages, extra
nessee and Alabama
63 tried him 250; vs. the proprietors of a

416
Internal improvements, noticed

public stage 250; at Hamburg, about a
bounty tendered to seamen for extra

Martinico, the island of 154
225; duties, cost of collection exertions 25 ); in Tennessee on the en- Maryland--trial of the bank

355

dorsement law 273; decree respecting
certain distilled spirits 340; Iudian ja-

defaulters, &c. 127; Gazette,
Ionian islands-state of the 238; risdiction with the state of New York the oldest paper in the U.S.
British tyranny at 318; troops
358, 411; between landlord and tenant

287; penitentiary 238; report
sent to

364
Lews-to carry into effect the Florida

about the appropriation of
kon-railing, &c. imported 375; traty 44; fixing the military peace ti- public lands for education

tablishment 45; for the admission of Mis-
speedy process to cut it
Islands in the lakes, &c.
souri 56; authorizing a loata 56; for the

359; N. York report 376; Con-
384
relief of purchasers of the public lands

vecticut do. 389, N. Hamp.
Italy -generally disturbed 151; 57; about the introduction of slaves shire, do. 390; population 35

political divisions of the Leghorn bonnets imitated-see
country: population, &c.

Massachusetts----arrangements
154

«bonnets."
Itrariel, the spear of 369 Legislators of the states their

with Maine 48; report to the

55
J

legislature on the ingress of

free
Jack, gen. William, dies

273
48 “Legitimate" concord

negroes 311; public
Jackson, gen.127, 154, 208; a Liberty-a definition of 143 schools 108; great ox raised
statue of him voted 239; a Lithrographic printing 348

in 80; on the proposed repre.
painting of
415 Loan of the U. S. facts and "re.

sentation in the senate 99,
Jail, swearing out of

shoes made at Lynn 128;
239

marks" 34--see congress and
Jamestown weed

elections 144; governor's
416

laws. Notice from the sec. of
Jobison, capt. John, dies

speech 251; amnendments to
63 the treasury 82; taken 97,
Jones, gen. on militia Wusters 236 127; additional million want.

the constiintion 252, 277; an.
Jurists, a question for 273 ed, &c.

cient law respecting persons

407
к
Locusts, many

chosen & rernors 288; popis
271

33
Kean, Mr. the player, at Boston

Logan, George
112

384
47; at Baltimore 144; at Bos. Logic, most exellent!

Matlack, Timothy

404
ton again, and remarks upon
Longevity, cases of 48, 80, 112,

“Meaning of words”-a valua.
him 209; extravagancies

ble series of essays on re.
226

128, 144, 221, 255
Kentucky--circulating medium Looms, manufactured

venue, manufactures, com.
of 52, 85, 225, 241, 383; the
Louisa, an Am. ship, recaptur-

merce, &c. 51, 113, 168, 209,
Harmony society in 63; Tran. ed on the coast of Peru 285

273

Mediterranean--a
sylvania college 63; operation
Louisiana---state of the finances

desperate
of the stop laws, &c. 85; state
48; resolves about Florida 49;

127

sea-fight in
bank, &c. 180, 225; legal opi. of the permanent seat of go.

Methodist3--Jumber of in the
U.S.

416
nion of the stop laws 368; vernment 128; population of
the bank declares a dividend

New Orleans and commerce Merica--notices of the revolu.
of profits! 368; population 49, 128; population 129; trade tionary matters in 126, 191,

97 with N. York 383; l-alth of 223, 255, 270, 336, 367; coin.
Kosciusko-extract of a letter New Orleans 400; whirlwind age 143; release of Am pri-
from him
84 at

400 soners in 155; Trespelacios
Krause, David, dies
80 Lunatics amused

110 223, 383; reported battles,&c.
Krener, Jacob, dies
63

255; Texas 191, 223, 383; CC-
L
Macdonough, com.

111 clesiastical establishment in
Labor, surplus of
136 Macomb, gen.

271,287 270; Vera Cruz 336, 352, 383
Lakes, of a ride in 80; trade on Jladagascar, slave trade check- Mildew, to prevent it 111; do.
the
255 ed in 269; a prince arrives in in canvas

568
Land, more wanted

289 England, with a letter from Militia, general return of 87;
Land, public-notice to debtors king

319 gen. Jones' letter on musters
for 279; notice to intruders Madison, Dr. murdered 271

236
upon 368; proposed addition. Mail, robberies of 96, 144 Miller, capt. Samuel 47; capt.
al appropriation for the use of Mails, irregular and defective 97 Charles
schools, &c. 359, 376, 389, Naine.-arrangements with Mas. Minit of the U. S. coinage, &c.
390, 391; report in congress,
sachusetts 48; legislature 112;

81, 404
&c.

391 gov. King resigns 240; elec- Mississippi state--first steam
Languages, &c. in the U. States tioneering in, with Mr. boat arrives at Port Gibson 112
274; of the world

288 Holines' speech 323; popula. Missouri state--the legislature
Laurel, mountain

128 tion 33; quakers' memorial 407 called 240; governor's mes.
H®-the glories of 109, 112 Manilla, massacre at 94, 110 sage 300; solemn act of S98;
Law lumber--amount of re- Manufactures, gencrally.-looms St. Louis Enquirer 289; po.
ports, Soc:

in Philadelphia, 35 403; pulation 145; proclamation of

lat on

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the president 389; toasts of the governor's message of Pensioners, revolutionary 48,
drank in 416; river, length the 18th Jan. 1821, 66; reduc. 115; general notice from the
of the, &c 112; question, see tion of salaries 112; elections department 240; naval 155

“congress' and 1, 300, 323 154; Ontario co. 415; Cham- Perry and Elliott, the dispute
Mitchell
, Dr. presented with a plain canal 176; election of between

272
ring

191, 255

members of congress 239, Peru-operations of lord Coch.
Mobile, trade of

383 256; great canal 272, 304, rane 32, 95, 110, 191, 285;
Money, (cheap) 34, 35, 273, 368, witchcraft! in 1665, 379; royal defences at 32, 224, 367;
289; remarks upon

180, 209 Indian jurisdiction 358; po- operations 110, 126; of Li-
Monroe, Mr. his second inau. pulation 145, 387; common ma 111, 126, 191; viceroy re-

gural address 17; a remark schools 411; report on the signs 191; reported fall of Li-
about bim

403 Maryland resolutions about ma 303; particulars of the
Murders, horrid

79, 80 the public lands 376; trans. case of the Am. ship Louisa 285
Murray, Fairman and co.

177 portation of goods 415; Onon- Philadelphia-money plenty at
Musquitoes, wonderful 383 daga salt 384; newspapers 387 128, 144; fire at 192, looms in
N

New York city-a wolf killed a district of 403; consumption
Naples--see two Sicilies."
on the island 80; Jacob Sher. of water

416
National antipathy

409 red 111; rich legacy by the Piedmont-see Sardinia.
National Gazette
385 decease of a child 112; city Pilsbury, Samuel, dies

80
National Intelligencer--extract debt 128, 224, 320; quaran.

Pirates in the West Indies 154
from and remarks 245; further tine 272, presentation of co- Pittsburg, prices at

180
remarks 275, 354, 369; essays lors 311; on observing the first “Plain talk

338, 370
of Hippocrates in

273 day of the week 367; vessels Poland-monument to Kosciu s-e.
Naturalization, the forms of 82 in the harbor 368; coasting ko 110; a revolt expected 151
Navy and naval. [The names trade 383; Phænix bank 415; Population of the U. S. pro-

of the ships and vessels refer a swoop made by the police 384 gress of the census and re.
to the things belonging to Newspapers, the oldest in the marks 33, 49, 65, 97, 113, 129,
them)-Alligator 47, 567, 407; U. S. 287; notice to the edi. 145, 225, 241; comparative,
Columbus 352, 383; Constitu- tors of 193; theft of punished &c. 404; Mr. Darby's esti-
tion 47, 111, 192; Congress 80; published in New York mates

410
191, 224; Dolphin 287; Enter. and in the U.S.

387 Porter, com. his letter about the
prize 127, 303; Franklin 111, Norfolk-horrid murder at 79, N. W coast

24
191, 383; Grampus 383; Hor-
96, 111, 127, 239 Porto Rico

415
net 96, 415; Lynx 208; Mace. Norfolk, the sloop-intended to Portugu- manifesto of the na-
donian 32, 94, 285, 287; Non- be destroyed

304, 320, 400 tion 54; general notices of
such 47; Peacock 255; Onta. North Carolina - on militia mus. events 6, 78; meeting of the
rio 79; Shark 208, 255, 400: ters in 236; Washington's cortes 78; proceedings 96,
the five schooners built 415; statue for the state 288; po 125, 175, 188, 221, 253; liber-
agents 64; commissioners, re. pulation

402

ty of the press 125; consuls
marks on their services 103; North West Coast-W. D. Da. in the U. S. 127; constitution
interesting replies to certain vis and com. Porter's letters 141, 153; decree respecting
qurries proposed to them 104; upon 21; notice of an expe. the English officers 153; new
captainsin the navy 111; gener. dition intended for

63 volcano 175; inquisition 188;
al order 192; iron, American, Norway, trade of the U. S. with 407 of the king 188; royal de
wanted 111; pension fund 81: Norvel, Jonathan, dies

80 cree 206; island of St. Michael
pensioners

155
0.

221; the Azores 284; oblivion
Negro dealer, punished 303 Obituary notices-a remark res. to political offences 253;
Negroes, the trade in 116, 323; pecting

306 Austrian charge d'affairs 284;
freed by Mr. Crew 288 Ohio-case of John C. Wright king's arrival expected 284,
Netherlands--strange state of the 52; tavern rates at Chillico. 414, patriarch of Lisbon 365;

press in 75; imports of slaves the 11; common schools 112; palace of the junta of com.
prohibited at Surrinam 253; strange ballottings 192; popu. merce

414
extermination of the small lation 33, 65; appraisement Post office, general, deficien.
pox
317 law 375; broken banks 383 cies of receipts

304, 337
New Granada- see “Colombia.” Obio river-produce passing President of the U.S. indispos-
New Hampshire-Mr. Bell re. the Falls

239
ed

303
elected governor 80; the peo. Oxen-large

77, 80 Printers defended

339
ple refuse to call a conven.

P

Privateering--persons engag-
tion 304; report on the reso. Paper, imported, used in the ed in, sent to the U. S. 199;
lutions from Ohio 312; state general post office 242 proceedings

224
prison 320; population 33; Paradise lost, extract from 370 Proclamation admitting Missou.
bank capital, &c. 384; report Parker, David

239 ri

389
about public lands 389; g'o. Passengers arrived in the U. S. 52 Prostitute punished
vernor's message

392 Paupers

144, 374, 384 Prussia-army increased 32;
New Iceland, noticed 192; parti. Payne, Samuel, dies

176 real tragedy in a theatre 94;
culars
237, 384 Pearce, capt. John

144 said to be in a ferment 366;
New Jersey-Mr. Rutherfords' Peas, early green

79 conspiracy reported 382;
sheep 274; population 113 Penn, William, eulogium on 311 deaths by hydrophobia 414
New York-state. Memorial of Pennsylvania-of the improve. Public lands, notice to debtors
the Quakers to the legisla. ment bill 64, 82; official cor-

for

279
ture 7; prison at Auburn 64; ruption 127; paupers in Ches.

Q
of the convention 64, 154, ter county 144; population Quakers'memorial to the legisla-
176, 224, 288; report on pub. 97: agricultural distresses ture of New York 7; do. the
lic scliools 107; report at

374, 385, 402; Hydrogen gas, legislature of Maine 407; re-
length, on certain parts of in Washington county 412

marks on yearly meetings 347

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