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Logan's SPEECH- Account of, 308.
Looming—The phenomenon of, 327.
LOUISIANA–The acquisition of, 23, 29.

Oryanization of government of, 36.
Reduction of, into possession, 32.
Benefits of acquisition, 41.

MAMMOTH, THE-An account of, 286.
MANUFACTURES—Rise of, during Embargo,

109.
MASSACHUSETTS--Extension of Republican

principles in, 116.
Militia-Organization of, 49, 108.
Naturalization—Revision of laws of, 14.
Navi-Necessity of a small navy, 12, 20.
NEGROES--Races of, compared with the

whites, 381, 384.
NEUTRALITY-Our true policy. 28.

Violations of our neutral territory,

47, 57.
Right of neutrals to trade with Bel-

ligerents, 57.
Berlin and Milan decrees inconsistent

with, 100, 103.
Violations of our Neutrality, 103,

128, 129, 130, 132, 149, 151,

OFFICES--Principles on which distributed,

114.
Orleans, New--Title to the Batture at, 99.

VIRGINIA-Rivers of, 250.

Mountains of, 263.
Their height, 265.
Scenery at Harper's Ferry, 264, 429.
Cascades and caverns of, 266.
Natural bridge, 269.
Mines, minerals, trees, and plants,

270.
Mineral Springs of, 279.
Mammoth of, 286.
Whether animals degenerate in Amer

ica, 290, 297, 300, 431, 432.
Whether man degenerates in Amer-

ica, 303, 313.
The fish of, 319.
Climate of, 320.
Winds of, 323,
Changes in climate, 327.
Population of, 528.
Immigration not desirable, 330.
Militia and regular troops of, 384.
Marine of, 336.
Indians in, 336, 434.
Logan's Speech, 309, 457.
Indian burial places, 341, 440.
Counties, cities, townships, and vil-

lages of 350.
Charters of, 352.
Oppressions of George III, 358.
First constitution of, 359.
Convention of 1776, not authorized

to make a constitution, 363.
Proposition to appoint a dictator, 368.
Judicial system of, 372.
The laws of, 374.
Land laws, 378.
Negro slavery in, 380.
Bill proportioning crimes and pun-

ishments, 387.
School Sy-tem of, 386.
Colleges, public establishments, roads

&c., 391.
Public buildings of, 394.
Architecture of, 394,
Dwelling houses of, 395.
Property of Tories and English, bow

far respected durivg revolution,

397.
Religious sects of, 398.
Heresy punished, 399.
Free inquiry, 400.
Religious tolerance. 401.
Manuers, customs, &c., of Virginians,
403.
Commerce and manufactures of, 404.
Exports and Imports of, 406.
Wheat and tobacco culture com-

pared, 407.
Horses of, 408.

Press, Tae- The licentiousness of, how

far to be tolerated, 43.

RANDOLPH, Peyton—Biographical sketch

of, 477.
RELIGION--Should be free, 113, 137, 138.
RETRENCHMENT—Necessity of, 9.
REVENUE, SURPLUS-How should be dis-

posed of, 68.

SLAVERY-- Roman and American slavery

compared, 384.
Its eff cts on manners, 403.

Its evils, 404.
SLAVES--Emancipation of, 380.

Compared with whites, 381.
Slave TRADE--Suppression of, 67, 334.
SPAIN - Relations with, 34, 38, 85.

Difficulties with, 48, 60, 62.

Taxation Direct taxes should be abol.

ished, 9, 40.

UNITED STATES-Treasonable combinations

again-t, 90, 95.

VIRGINIA--Boundaries of, 249.

VIRGINIA—Copy of a constitution for, sub- | War-Defensive works, 111.
mitted in 1783, 409.

Our only alternative, 151, 152, 153,
Weights, coins, and measures of, 154, 155, 156, 157, 158, 159, 160,
409.

161, 162.
Public income and expenses, 410. WESTERN Country—Exploration of, 66.
Means of defence, 413.

West Point ACADEMY, – Its enlargement
Histories of, 415.

proposed, 101.

WILLIAM AND Mary COLLEGE—History of,
War—Preparations for, 86.

391.

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