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Bonaparte, Napol.- O'Meara's

C.
Adams,Joho--the Cunningham statements verified by Las Ca. Calhoun, Mr, at Baltimore 79

correspondence' 274; his let. sus 20; his character-duke Call to the unconcerned" 224
ter concerning the Greeks 325 Engheim 261; O'Meara and Canada - British views of 19;
Africa—of the American colo. sir Hudson Lowe 328; uis pub finances 248; commerce 408;
ny in, Dr. Ashmun's letter 31; lic works

373

greal failures in 24; tobacco
remarks on the project 175;

- the family 43, 170 raised in 54, 368; land slip in
emigrants to 320; Mr. Jefter. Boston, commerce of 96, 339; 56; arrival of settlers 155, 197;
son's letter on the plan 381; arrivals and departures 304, large ships

249
accounts from 400; Sierra
359; savings bank 368 Canary islands

277
Leone 32; long-haired Afri Brazil-state of affairs in 24, 83, Canvas, American

228
cans 198; the Ashaniees 213; 155, 229, 276, 330; admiral Cape of Good Hope

388
slave trade on the coast 213; Cochrane 8, 24; Bavia 24; the Carey, Mr. his proposed history
internal wars

410 fieet from. 83; dissolution of of religious persecutions 133
Alabuma-elections 64; town of the cortes 295; decree against
Tuscumbia 79; on the presse

Carpenter, Benjamin, dies 112

imports from Portugal 373 Carriages, (pleasure), in the
dential election 308, 323, 362; Brewing, the art of

70
eastern stales

294
gov. Pickens' message 323 Bridge, grcat nc 136; of ropes Cuttle shews and fairs

81
Aliens' address
150

151|Caucus-essays and remarks on
Allen, Ethan's denunciation of British affairs-Agricultural affairs 41, 71,
his bro ber as a tory

the subjeci-see "editorial"
197 i70, 212, 23!; antiquities 22; army 362,
Amendments of the constitutiora
388; Asgill, sir Charles, +1, 68.

and presidential:" 3, 97, 134
Bank of England 214; Beckford, Mr. 230; 225, 227, 257, 273, 292, 305,
of the U. States gee "COD bishop, a 240; blockade of Cadiz respect
gress:"remarks on 240, 260, 273
ell 4.; Burns' monument 22; bridge be-

323, 353, 388; bistory of the
tween Wales and Angle sea 136; Bridge caucusses 244, 258; calcula.
America-general mounts of water, the carl of 212.

tions 309; notifications for and
extent and population 232 Canals 56; Canning, Mr. his letter about
American biographical diction.

tbe Madrid regency 7; speech at Ply.

against a caucus 370; account
mouth 248; Catholies, the 8; Castlertagh, of the proceedings, address,
агу

163

lady 240; Clyde, commerce of 232; "clerk
Anchor in the bottom of a ship 416 of the pipe",81; coins, "double sovereigns"

&c. and remarks 385; editor's

22, 170; costs of suit! 22; Cook, caplain, account of, with various facts,
Apples, large onts 48; singular his widow 295; consuls tu Mexico, &c. &c.

401
product of

160 183, 196, 210, 38 409; coal mines 151- Cenent-new material for 56
Appointmeyts, by the president

explosion in ude 2:2; consumption of ar-

tiers 63; cotton manufactures 152, 232; · Chambers of commerce" 355
and senate 32, 247, 294, 416 Colombia, the republic of 153.
Arkansas--election 128; gov's
Debr 109, 409; diplomatic expenses 64;

Chancery court of New York 21

295
message 192; land agency 309

discriminating duties 41, 89; Doon, the Charcoal fires, effects of
lake 22.

Charleston memorial about the
Army of the United States-see Eggs imported 22; Erskine, lord 395: exo

bank of the United States 199
congress'-reports, &c. from penditures 63; excise 63, -32.
the war depariment: promo.

Freemasons 22, 118; Fonchill Abbey 230; Charters, Mr. Earle's essay on
Forests, royal 134.

117, 161
tions and appointments

47 Garter, the order of 170; gaming houses 170. Chesapeake and Delaware canal
Artic seas, discoveries in

Hughes, Mr. at Liverpool 123.
King, presents of the nabob of Oude, to

338
70, 153, 183 the 9.

“Chesapeake and Ohio canal,"
Auction duties, (see congress),

Ireland-the state of the people of 67;
crimes and criminals 82; various notices

145, 338; account of the.pro.
80, 275, 289, 337, 370, 387

of the condition of things in 124, 171; ceedings of the delegates 173
Austria-permission granted to murder of Mr Frauks and his family 17.; Chevé rus, bishop

79
an archduke to marry 120 Library of lord Oxtord 163; London, con-
sumption of coal 151-comineree of 248; Children's food

149
B.

Lowe, sir Hudson 388; Liverpool, great Chii-gale at Valparaiso 83;
Baltimore--poor house 2; ex.
fire at 212; arrivals of American Ves-

slavery abolishea 97; revenue
ports of tobacco anu flour 33;
Machine, self acting 153; mad-houses in &c.

362
rifle curps 68; inspections 96, London 71; manufactures, state of, &c. China-notice of the arrival of
304, 368; the governor's visit

2, 6, 19, 153, 209, 290, 387; merchant Ves.
to 113; excitement about ca.

st1s 60; -Morning Chronicle," sale of the the first ship from the United

82; money, plenty of 209, 212; musical States, &c. 160; case of the
nals 241, 257; value of lots in festivai 41. :18, 12.

British frigate Topaz

205
258; receipts and expendi.

Naval preparations, &e. 22, 58, 329; naviga-
tures, arrivals, bills of moria.

tion laws 54; neutrality in the affairs of Church in danger!''
Spain, &c. 5.

Churches in the U. States 182
lity 339; the republican cha. Orders in council 89.
racter of and protest against

199
Paper currency in 133; Parry, captain 183;

Circulating medium
poor and pour rates 2,6,10, porter brew. Claims on Spain

182
Caucus

385 eries 23; press, morality of the 133; state Clay, Mr.--see “congress": jeu
Bank of the U.States-price of

of 246
the stock 32; Charleston me.
Rulations with Spain 5, 8; Rothscbild, Mr.

d'esprit on his election 229;
22; Rooks to make pigeon pies 81; Ri- remarks thereon 209, 245
morial 199; dividend 304; di. cardo, Mr. 153; revenue 62 232, 388. Clerical liberality

117
rectors 309; distribution of

Stocks 7, 25, 41, 58, 212, 278, 329,362; steam
the stock

326

navigation 8, 153; segars, duty on 295; Clintva, De Witt-interesting
Spanjerds, funs to aid thera 22-Spanish letters from him

199, 220
Barbudoes about the slaves in loans 212; smuggling 22; specir imported Clock, an ingenious one
43, dt preciation of the value
marks on) 153; South American States Cloth, water proof

56
of property in

155

210, 260, 329. Scotland—the royal burghs Coal, consumption of, &c. 151, 160
Barbarysiqler-rebellion in Mo.

of 50.
rocco 24; scene at Algiers 329

Tases, various notices of 7; Travellers in Coffee, improved method of
Americe 134.

making it

69
Baiuvia-destruetion by a vol. Wellington, the duke of 71; woollen me. Colleges on the notice of riots
Cano

72

nufacture 56; Waterloo monument 329;
W. India docks 170; Weare, murder of 362

at 293; students in certain of
Beauharnois, Eugene, dies

95 them, and the price of educa.
Bedturd, Dr.
35 Buenos Ayres: negoriations with

tion, &c.

358
Belzoni, ibe traveller

32

Spain 8, 19; particulars 30,
Black snakes, a den of

Colombia --Naval fight near Ma.
240

120; disputes with British 134 racaibo 8, 24; Maracaibo 8,
Boardman, Mr. dies

16/ Byron, Tord 60; his Don Juan 198 24; Morales surrenders 24;

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Farticulars 43, 84; Porto Ca. Johnson, R. M. 23?; Johnson, James 413; per cent. stuck 334; slave trade 331; sala.
bello 43 59, 213; canal pro
judiciary 237 239, 240 252, 302

ries of the officers of congress 383; Sito
Kendall, Williain -08, 318; Kent, Mr. 255 80., Alasa 30'; Stevenson Mr 41
jectes. 43; education 45; dis- Land offie s 255, 256-lands, g-nerally, 272 Tall», duty on 339; Taylor, Mr. of . 7.
positions of the people 171;

303, 302- Mr. Owen's resolution 302- 223 224; Toppkjas, D. D. 240, 23;

claims in Arkansas $50. Lawrenee, Mrs. Trimble, Mr. 254; Tariff-prtitions for
capturcs at sea 84; Bolivar

238; Laur ns, the late col. Jubin-ste and against it 252, 284, 300, 318, 350, 300,
229; Morillo's barbarity 135; "Henderson," ante. library, concerning

398-the bill 315-remarks on 305-de-
corveite Oronoko 277; great

the 222, 236; light houses 272, 318; Lucas bate 38 4, 349 414, 15,416.
Atas 398.

United brrebren 399.
loan authorized

330 Mails, of the 237, 272; Muison Rouge thr va Buren, Vr. 285, 336; vier president 331.
Columbia memorial

225, 233

marquis of 270; Maryland 2-3; Massachu Washington, the remains of 3 0; Watson,

setts' claims 415; Me 'uffi, Mr. 238.270; Josias 300; warehouse's 235; Webster, Mr.
Columbus, original portrait of 19 MeKju, Mr. 238, 239; Mercer Mr. 256; 239, 286, 301, 342; Wickliffe, Mr. 302,
Combustion, spontaneous 48 Mills, Mr. 284; Mitchell Mr. 319; manu. Wilson, Isanc--ste "Adams. Paru nio:"
Comet of Encke

153 facrun's-counterti iting marks on: 24; Wood, Joseph 320; wool 239; Whitt, col.

Martindale, Mr. 415, 410; basurers .54, A, A. 333; Wright, Mr. 240, 399; Wil-
Commerce, on the protection 381; military road, fruro fort si Philip 350. liam, the brig 368.

afforded to 289. 369; of the 398; militia 254, 266, 399; miut, report on Y5200 claim 413.
United States, summary

387
the state of 335.

Yeas and nays in the senate-in the case of
Messages of the president--on opening the A, A. Whit 334; on making a road to
Congress.

session 214-(rt marks therton) 209; rt. Littlr Rock, in Arkgasas 350-on land
Last of the members of the house of repre- ferences of the message 224; on the ac- claims in the same 350; 0; an amendment

sentatives 89-ditto of the senate 173. counts of D D. Tompkins 236; trans- of the constitution 366; on making a
Remarks on the election of a speaker mitting various pap is relative to the road in Florida 413.
161-do. of the National Int«lligencer on Greeks 288, 298; transmitting the por Yeas and nays in the house of represeata
the subject 209. Members of the senate trait of Columbus 300; concerni, & conr: tives--in the case of a relinquishment of
and house pres nt 222.

binations of foreign powers tur the subju. bounty lands, by a soldir 280v; in case of
Adams, Parruenio, case of 303; amend: gation of the late Spanish American colo the contested election between Messrs.

ments to the constitution proposed, &c. nies 318; communicati::g a vigest of com- Ada os and Wilson, vi New York 304; on
238, 240, 252, 253, 284, 285, 317, 335, 336, mercial regulations 367; maturs belong. the bill for obtaining surveys of roa 's and
352. 362, 382; Alabama 23o; Antwerp 239; ing to the Florida treaty 367; transmitung canais 319; on the bill for making surveys
Arkansas 239,302, 350; academy at West
the navy prace establishment 374

of roads and canals 383; (distribution of
Point 272, 286; Adams, the ship 398; Navy, generally, 254, 255, 256, 270 334, 382, the votes in the states 387,) on the mili-
arms, &c. 256; Alleghany river and lake 309, 400—sloops of war 255, 284, 318, 332,

tary appropriation bill 414
Erie, &c. 301; accounts, settlement of 350, 382-prnsion fumw 318; surgeons' Connecucut app inkın. nt of &
202; appropriations for 1824–318, 351, mates, and midshipmen 319-purse rs aud
400; accountability of offie rs 3.0, 382;

senator of the V States 114;
nary agents 333, 382-hospitals 335, 351,
army regulation 383; Auctions ’55, 383 367-Contingent expenses 336-compte war f the banks of with these
Bankruptcy a system of 240. 286, 318; Bai.

sation of officers 351- peace statlishment of New York 212; Yale col.
ley, Mr. 285, 414, 416; Bartlett, Me 356; Ordnance stores, &c. 256 287, 303; Obio
367-register 367: New Hamispire 255.

lege 248; suppor: of schools 358
bounty lands 286; bank of the U. S. 256,
399. 114; Barbour. Mr. P P. his speech Pay of the members 319; Prosions and pen: Constitutions of the U. States,

302; Own, Mr 302, 400, 414, 416. Constitutional principlrs 97, 129
393; Boardman, Elijah 236; Benton, Mr.

sioners-Daval 239, 270, 372, 375-revolu.
240, 252, 317; Bacut, Thos. W. 285; Brnt,

tionary 262, 285; Perry, Mrs. 238, 318; when ratified, and of the se.
Mr. 239; Breek, Mr. 240; Barrell, G. G.
300; Batibit, Job 318; Buzzard's bay, &c.
Partridge capt. 272, pateut rights 286, 302;

veral states, wben adopted 80
301; Beaumarchais' claim 349.

president and vice president 253; print.

ing 247; Poinsett, Mr. 255, 301; post Copper, on the shores of Lake
Canals and roads 237, 255, 256, 301; Cam. office department, generally, 255, 256, 272, Superior

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breleng, Mr. 238, 239, 253; chaplains 239; 286, 352; private secretary to the presi-
Cocke, Mr. ?53; Case, Loudon 286; Co. dent 256; Pensacola 270; private ariped Corn, (Indian), great yield of
Jumbja river 286, 335, 415; Collier, Charles vessels 318; pickled fish 334; punctual al.

19, 144, 176
W. 300; committees of the Senate 236. tendance of the memb rs 336; public build. Cotton, memoranda respecting
237; committees of the house 238; com- ings, report on the state of 349.
merce between the states 237; Cumber. Randolph, Mr. 335, 362, 383; Rankin, Mr. 149; canvas, American 228;
land road, &c. 239, 255, 256, 270, 288; con

60; roads and canals 37, 255, 250, 300, quanlity consumed in Great
tingent fund-disburseinents,&c. 224, 247; 302-the bill taken up, &c. 319. 320, 352,

Britain 232; manufactures 290;
Columbia, the district of 399; Chitwood, 367,368, 383, 393, 413- Mr. Stewart's mo-
Saralı 288; "Carver's grant," 317; Cariisle

Egyptian

386
tion 32' ; Robbins, L. 286, 318; Rich, Mr.
volunteer company 398; compensation to 287, 352.

Counterfeiters

208, 293
marshals, cirks, c. 414; cordage, ex. Reports of committees-Mr. McDuffe's on
ported 382; Clay, Mr. electrd speaker 209, a proposed amendment to the constitu. Crawford, Mr.state of his health
223-address on the occasion 223-notices tion 270.

309
of his proceedings 253, 336, 337,351, 414; Reports, &c. From the department of Crimes and criminals

54
resolutions about S. America 395-and
Mr. Bartlett 356: clerk appointed 223; the condition and prospects of the Greeks Crisis,” the, extraets from
commercial regulations 367; Cuthbert, 998; transmitting a list of the factories,

165, 178
Mr. 351.

&c. 350. From the treasury department "Crossing the line," ceremonies
Debt-imprisonment for 253, 272, 317, 382, -on the public deht 236; balances of re-

observed on
ceipts and expenditures 55; annual, of

135
398, 399; debt, public 256, 289—(see trea-
sury report, sub.) defalcations 210; Dela the secretary 296—(remarks on it) 289; Cruelty to animals punished 176
vare and Chesapeake canal 270; Denny,
Mrs. 270; diplomatic intercourse 416; dis. books of the comptroller 301; duties ae Cubathe sugar crop 6; report.
eriminating duties 270, 285, 3.31; dispate cruing on merchandise, drawbacks, &c. ed conspiracies and plots 18;
aninou need to be adjusted! 356; distillers, 367; contracts of collectors, &c. 414.

address of the bishop of Ha-
a hill for the relief of certain 320; draw. From the war department-revolutionary
back, the benefit of 399.

pensioners 22; Willian Duane 292; ac- vana 117; gov. of Matanzas
Eastern frontier 252; education, lands for, counts settled 224; Iudian trade 252; gee and com. Porter 133; said to
255, 335; elections contested 303; engi- neral report, shewing the conditon of

be ceded to France 210; pro.
neer corps 286, 300; estates of debtors of every branch of the department 263;
the United States 366.

transınitting a statement of the apprnpria- clamation of the captain ge.
Fayette, the marquis de la 319, 334, 335, 336, tions for 1823, and of their expenditure,

neral on receiving news
$50; Florida-land claims 224, 285, 368- 367; Indian department 413. From the
laws of 302-roads in 302, 303, 413-treaty navy department-general report of the from Spain 232; additional
240, 301, 367: Floyd, Mr. 415; Footr, Mr. condition of every branch of the departe papers and proceedings 277;
237; fortifications 334; Fountain, Garret ment, vessels in service, &c. &c. 278; on

commerce of Havana 353
319; French spoliations 239, 240, 318. contingent exproses 301; about canuon
Gazlay, Mr. 240; Georgia elaims 238; Gil- and shot 318; on the cost of building ad- "Cunningham correspondence"
bert, Samuel 301; Grerce-about sending ditional sloops of war 332: on the peace noticed

274
en envoy to 239, 256, 391-the debate 335, establishment 375. From the post miaster
336, 351, 352-imports from, &c. 272, 302, general, on the state of the department

D.

408
Mr. Webster's speech 342; Mr. Randolph's Senate-regulations or 400-secretary and Dallas, George M.
speech 362; Gridley's farm 400, 414. clerks of, &c 247; sinking fund 270, 304, Debt of the United States-see
Haguer, Mr. 262; Hamilton, Mr. 367; Hayne, 520, ?82; stationary, &e. 247; Stuart, Mr.

"congress," annual report of
Mr. 252; hemp, (drawback on) 253, 382, 320; South American statrs 272; supreme

tbe sec. of the treasury; dis.
413; Hempbill, vr. 240; Henderson, Francis court 240; Susquehannah river 256, 300,
300, 301, 364; Hook, Josiah 318; Huffman, 301; samen 285; Scharffer, Jacob 286; tribution of interest payable 326
Benjamin 302.

Shriver's map 301, 302; stock, change of Declaration of Independence-
Indiana 238, 255; Indian affairs 233, 253, 304, 334; Semivole war 318, 334; surveys

anecdote concerning
287, 334, 367,
-see "roads and canals" ante: seven

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Deer hunt
208 Electioneering

225
Delaware-election of governor

Troup 203; close balloting in
Emigration to the U. States 232 the legislature 230; cash in
112; election statistics 125; the "Enquirer,” the Richmond 97, treasury, &c. 230; presiden.
“Gazette" 146; election of se

119, 131, 162 tial election 242; governor's
nators
309 Eppes, John W. dies

64

message on the l'ennessee re.
Delaware, (river), and Chesa. Europe-remarks and specula. solutions 293; penitentiary

peake canal, its location,&c. 338 tions on the state of 2, 17. 161 247; fire at Savannah 368
Demarara--revolt of the slaves

246, 260, 329 Germuny, generally-state of
59, 84, 124; charges preferred Evans, Oliver, mentioned

the press 11; progress of bar.
against a inissionary 295 Exchanges between different barism 21, 59; Hesse Cassel
Denmark-a constitution propos.

parts of the U.S.

176 59; general congress summon.
ed for 155; progress of vacci.

F.

ed at Vienna 72; population
dation in

211 Family party, an extraordinary and revenue of the states of
Desarts in America
357

336 the confederation 211; sister
Devil fish, caught
64 Faux, Mr. traveller!

134 of the elector of Hesse 362
Diamonds, imitated
160 Fayette, de la, a remark on- Ghent, the treaty of

182
Direct taxes-balances of 327 see “congress:"

321 Gold mines in North Carolina 20
Distances reduced
160 February, 1834--five Sundays 336 Good Hope, the cape of

170
Dog, fidelity of a

240 •Federalist,'tbe, extracts from 98 Government religions, essay 115
D
wned persong

128 Fenwick, bishop, in Europe 248 Greeks--see «Turkey.” Funds
Duel, in Canada 54; between Fires--see the names of places: to aid and assist them, &c. va.
two negro slaves

368
a globe of

57 rious proceedings 39; Dr.
E.

Fisheries of Greenland, &c. 71, Mitchell gives his "imperial"
Earle, Mr. on charters 117, 161 329; of the whale, &c. 135, 208 ring 133; subscriptions 197;
Earthquake at Aleppo 58 Florida--treaty with the Indians colonel Willet's address 228;
Eastern states, comfort of the of 81, 148; of a great road in meeting at Philadelphia 246;
people of

294 368; of the treaty with Spain proceedings in Maryland 247;
East Indies-state of tbe press 169 for possession of the country contributions 275, 289, 324;
Eclipse, the horse
336 198--nee “congress

Ala. of the trade with Greece, &c.
Editorial articles.-generalessay gon's claim 211; site of the 328; Tanner's proposed map
on commencing the volume i; seat of government

of

336
in reply to the National Intel. Flour, in demand

33 Greenland fishery

329
ligencer on the caucus ques. Fluid, a new one discovered 136

H.
tion 17, 49, 101, 145, 257, 273, Forgery, to prevent it

55 Hair lines

151
353, 388, 401; on woollen France--for transactions in Spain Hamilton, a swindler

35
goods 177; history of caucus see “Spain.” Prosecutions Hayti-a view of the condition
244, 258, 305, 401; the con- and persecutions 9, 23, 329; and resources of the republic
stitutional principles of a cau. king--his reply to the duke 51; address of the house of
cus 97, 225, 305; to the edi. of San Carios 9-state of his representatives to the people
tor from Scotland 35; com. health, &c. 373-letter said to 76; cloves raised on the island
missions 113; view of the con. to be from him to the king of 127; intercourse with neigh.
dition and means of Hayti 51; Spain 199; Rochfecault, the boring islands 166; decree of
on the choice of electors of duke 23; state of the prisons the president, address to the
president, and history of for. 23; loans 71; cost of the war troops, circular to the collec.
mer cases 65, 129, 131; on the with Spain 23, 58, 153; Canals tor of the customs, &c.

397
state of Ireland and the peo. 56; Carnot, dies 58; stocks Himalaya mountains

211
ple 67; on Democrats" 113; 58, 84; state of the clergy 69; "Holy Alliance"

260
extracts from the Richmond La Fayette 228; dancing on House moving

176
“Enquirer" and remarks 97, Sundays 71; duke of Bordeaux Hudson Bay company

96
113, 131, 162; "course of na. 83, 211; marshal Moncey 82; Hughes, Mr. C. at Liverpool 123
ture" to establish domestic Hyde de Neuville 118, 170; Humboldt, on the population,
industry 114; "the church is Quiroga's lady in France 119; &c. of America

232
danger” 115; on the post of manufactures 152; duchess of Hydrostatic press

22
hce regulations 122; strange Angouleme 170; Chaptal 170;

I.
company' 145; to correspon. large telescope exhibited 170; Iceland, population of

211
dents 161; on the morality of rejoicings 183; address of the Illinois non.resident delin.
the manufacturers 195; on the archbishop of Paris 183; royal quents 117; Epsom salts 272;
president's message 209; on ordinances 184; extraordina. siste house burnt

320
certain proposed amendments ry family at Versailles 212; Imports of the United States 35;
of the constitution 241, 353, navy 277, 388; M Petre 238; and tonnage, amount paid, on
369; on the sale of a lot at shocking case of the death of account of, at the different
Providence 259; on equal a son by the hand of his fa-

ports

327
rights and reciprocity--com. ther 359; M. Manuel 329; Impressment-remarks on 406
merce and manufactures 289, public works of Napoleon 373 Indiana-refuses to call a con-
355; on "chambers of com. Fruit, two crops in one season 152 vention 39, 324; wine made
inerce" kc. 355; on the duties

G.

in 275; Vincennes bank 328;
on auctions 370; notices of the Galloway, Benjamin

6 presidential election 361
republican character of Balti.
Galvanic apparatus

136 Indian-hostilities on the Mis.
more 385; on ‘legitimate'doc Gas converted into a liquid 136; souri 32; the Ricarees, oficial
trines
385 portable

288 account of their defeat 85;
Egypl-commerce of Alexandria Geese-march of a flock of 208 battles 96; law altered 276
155; insurrection

172 Georgia-election of governor Indians--& Frenchman with the
Election of president--see Pre. 178; governor's message 201; Osages 39; on Martha's Vine.
sidential,

inaugural address of governor yard 134; missionary schools

208

among them 141; the busk, Law, glorious uncertainty of 147 benville resolves 247; of steel
or feast of corn 169; the Che. Law cases-of a British seamen, 275; wine 275; coton 290;
rokees 275; Seminoles 357; a person of color, at Cbarles. at Paterson, N. J. 338; 01
the Osages 357, 384; money ton, before judge Johnson 12; Hannels

338
expended for the civilization remarks thereon 47; cases of Vartinico, martial law at 373
of

357

piracy 35; carelessness of Maryland -Mr. Galloway's ad.
Ingersoll's discourse, interest stage drivers 50; see “Ju dress against the Jew bill 6;

ing items from 211, 261, 372 rors:" endorsement and re. weight of the state in presi.
lok--the value of good ink, and plevin laws of Kentucky 147; dential elections 67; a bill re.
how to make it

53 case of Charles Francois, specting 209, 260, 275, 320,
Intercourse between different for piracy 157; U. S. 08. Tap. 361; of the act to do away
parts of the United States 147,

pan, revenue laws 167; con. religious tests 81, 357; des.
160; interior

230

cerning consignees 182; sin truction of tobacco in 96;
Irishman--anecdote of a 134

gular case for murder 182; Havre de Grace bunk 176;
Iron boat 55; iron cinders 56 merchant and factor 262; election of governor, &c. 230;
Italy--illness of the pope 8, 24; Clark against Binney, navy executive message 233; re.
dies,&c. 72; rules for electing agent 288; consnls fees 288;

solutions approving tbe pre-
a new one 31; Sardinia 9; Bank U. S. 08. Planters' bank sident's message 249; against
great fall of snow 24; Naples, of Georgia 328; Quo warranto caucus 260, 275; Itters from
the English at 24; new pope about the bank of Vincennes Messrs. Lloyd, &c. 291; from
elected 172; St Paul's church 328; on the return of an ex. Mr. Hayward, and proceed.
burnt 43; marble quarry 136; ecution 359; a person fined at ings thereon 330; funded
rise of the Adige 228; popula. New York for rapid driving stock of the state 294: state
tion of Rome

362 368; case of damaged goods of the treasury 337; the con-
Iturbide, ex-emperor of Mexico 60 -Okie vs. Spack nan 38i; cu stitution!

276
J.

rious case in Florida 408 Massachusetts-election of Mr.
Jackson, general 97, 240, 276; Laws of the U, S.-concerning Bailey 48; state prison 144;

remarks on his election as a discriminating duties 333 the peace resolution, passed
senator of tbe U.S. 114, 146, Legislators, an army of

261 during the war, expunged
197; correspondence with A. * Legitimate" triumphs

246 337; presidential election 340,
Maury 149; invited to a ball Letters -- see “post office:" to 360; candidates for governor 400
at Baltimore 293;. resolutions the editor 35, 146; various Matbews, Mr.
adopted at Philadelphia 167; and interesting 226; from a Meat, anecdote about the eat.
presented with Washington's Scotsman in the U. S. 59;

ing of

134
telescope 293; and the pistols on cotton manufactures 290 Message of the president, see
of the same
326 Lochry, Jeremiah, dies 384

"congress:” remarks on 209,
Jamaica--change of estates in Long, major, notice of his ex. 401; do. in England, France
43; account of the Maroons pedition

136 and Hayti

410
52: port regulations for duty Longevity, remarkable cases of Mexico- loan negociated for
168, 197; freedom of the press

128, 170, 336, 368, 384 81; of the new constitution of
in 169; meetings about the Louisiana-court martial at N. 97, 295, 362; the magny tree

state of the slaves 262, 357 Orleans 19; gaming houses 128; Vera Cruz 155; regula.
January 8th,honored 229, 309, 40 208; apprehensions 32, 211; tions and contiscations 21S;
Jefferson, Thomas, his letter to inundations 50; health of N. declaration of war against

Mr. Earle 117; his letter on Orleans 49; Wade Hampton's Spain 213; the mines 406;
the Cunningham correspon. possessions 176; proclamation Iturbide

409
dence" 294; on African coloni. of the mayor 211; false claims Michigan-election of a dele.
zation

381

247; commerce, &c. of N. 0. gate to congress 96; corner
Jew, at New Orleans

262 276; election of a senator 368 stone of the capitol laid 144
Jews, in Maryland--see "Mary.

M.

Military service, proportion of
land.” At St. Thomas' 24; Mac Kendree, bishop, interest. persons fit to perform it 18;

consecration of a Synagogue 143 ing letter from him 141 academy, in relation to a war.
Johnson, John, Indian agent 143 Mac Lean, John, of Boston 144 rant for a cadet at 78; militia,
Juries-on the clapping of 198 Magny tree of Mexico 128 return of

266
Jurors excused
81, 134 Mahogany, a great log of 240 Millet, great yield of

19
Mails-gee "Post office" estab. Mississippi (river) banks des.
«Keep to the right”
240 lishment

troyed by crawfish

144
Kentucky--governor's message .Maine-great fire in the woods Missouri (state) trading party
203; proceedings on certain 48. 57; relief of the sufferers for Santa Fe

250
parts thereof 205; proposition 368; elections, remarks on Móney, abundant

50
to call & convention 230; reso. 177; presidential election 340 Mosher, James, jun.

288
bitions against the doctrines Malta, the knights of 246, 362 Mountains, height of 197; the
of the supreme court 261,275; Manufactures, American--of Himalaya chama

211
Indian antiquities discover. lace at Medway 5; of earth. Mourning dresses

147
ed 358; the bank 368; resolu. en ware 48; of combs at Mutiny on board the Tell.Tale 64
tions concerning the presi. Westbrook 133; general re.

N.
dent's message
S72 marks on the protection of

Names-strange ones

359
L.

148, 163, 177, 289, 355, 401; Natchez-yellow lever at 48, 49,
Labor, seeking employment, or of silk 152; bonnets and van.

79, 96, 144
in demand

2 dykes 152, 294; morality of National courtesies 123, 139
Sallamand, gen. dies
48 manufacturers 195; the “Cri.

“Advocate" the 33, 38,
Language, on the imperfection gis" 165, 178; Boston cir-

"Democrat,"

113
of 78; number of the lan. cular 189; Columbia merro.

"Journal"

178
guages

3041 rial 233; calicoes 247; Steu. "Intelligencer"-extracts

K.

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withi oficers 147; notices

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from and remarks, &c. 17, 49, solutions about domestic ma. Pike, an enormous one

159
101, 177, 258, 337, 353; on nufactures 324; schools in Pilut, the, a tale of the sea
the surveillance of 18; on the 358; report of the commit: Piracy, trials for

35
appointment of Bir. Southard 33 tee of nine 341; mayor of Al. Pirates

96, 160,240, 330
Naval magnanimity!
34
406 Pitcairn's island

68
Navy and naval. See 'congress,' New York (city): yellow fever Pittsburg, fire at

208
and reports of the secretary, cases 48; criminals tried at Plenty, the misery of

231
&c. the pension fund, see con- 54; mechanic and scientific Political parties 2; justice 193
gress and 327. Mr. South institutions 82; sbip building Pope, rules used at the election
ard appointed secretary, with 96; vessels in port 176; mur. of a 91; on the election of 169
extracts from the National der of Murray 208; humane Population and representation
Intelligencer concerning 33; and criminal institutions 336; 193; on the progress of

356
capt. Dent dies 16; decease receipts and expenditures Porto Rico-privateers 24, 96;
of capt. Shaw 64; additional 339; arrivals-duties secured, news from Spain

277
sloops of war, see congress passengers 339; fire in the

Porlugol--progress of despot.
and 332; court martial 337-

city

368 is 8, 23; a steam boat lost
lieut. Kennon 416; com. Rod North Carolina-gold mine 20, 43; decree of the king 46;
gers 95; capt. Spence 112; 79, 262, 406; elections 32; unsettled state of the country
capt. Biddle 321; Dr. Marshall the banks 35, 275; governor's 43, 83; the king and sir Robt.
384; lieut. Kearney 34; the message 200; ditto on the Wilson 84; entry of newspa.
Beagle 35; Congress 33, 162, Tennessee resolutions 292; pers forbidden 214; pecunia.
224, 288; Cyane 95; Decoy presidential election 243, 292, ry wants 214; the dungeons of
S04; Erie 176; Fox 127;

361 Lisbon

362
Franklin 134, 384; Grampus

0.

Post office establishment-wa-
160, 224; Hornet 144, 256; O'Brien, Richard, dies 400

ter carriage of letters 19; ir.
John Adams 256; Peacock Ohio-electors in certain coun. regularity of the mails 65;
127, 224; Ontario 320; Spark ties 18; address of a candi. new regulations 122, 149; rob.
224. Com. Porter 133— Bri. date in 146; presidential elec. bery of the mails 193, 320;
tish courtesies to him and his tion 243; members of the le trials for

209
officers 139; correspondence gislature

261 Potomac canal

145
with gov. Vives 140; circular Ohio (river) value of products Presidential election-noticed

descending the 95; proposed see "caucus" &c. 2, 146, 161,
his squadron 34, 49, 80, 95,

409

162, 167, 193, 194, 225; elec.
114, 139, 160,178, 222 O'Meara and sir H. Lowe 328

tors, bow appointed 33; on the
Negro Frank, abused
176 Organ, a great one,

69 choice of 41, 65, 129, 131; ad.
Nelson, Hugh, esq. 160, 248

P.

vertisemen:! 243; runnings at
Vetherlands - prohibitory system Partridge, capt. bis academy 229 different candidates 177; the
in 119; Texel canal 197; de. Passengers arrived in the U.S. way in which the president is
cree against the Roman ca.

50, 232

chosen &c. 231. Proceedings
tbolics 212; king's speech Pauperism

2 -in Maine 340, 370; in New
on opening the sessions 233; Pennsylvania - product of auc Hampshire 360; in Massachu.
hostility to British manufac. tion duries 80; election of go. setis 340, 360; in Rhode Is.
tures

290 vernor 112, 127; election sta. land 360; in New York 40, 81,
New Bedford resolutions about tistics 156; resolution con. 130, 194, 242, 308, 320, 323,
tallow

135 cerning manufactures 228; 340, 341, 361, 370; in Penn.
New Hampshire-manufactories projected canal 230: presi. sylvania 195, 243, 258, 291,

in 20; religious societies in dential election 243; gov. 306,307, 407; in Maryland 40,

288; support of schools 358 Shulze's speech 269; sec. of 291, 330, 361; in Virginia 258,
New Haven-bills of morta. staie 288; delegation in con. 281, 291, 292, 408; in North
lity

320

gress on the caucus S06; le. Carolina 249, 258, 273, 274,
Vew Jersey-Delaware and Ra. gislative proceedings 307; fi. 292, 361; in Soutli Carolina

ritan canal 134; Mr. Clinton's nances of the state 338; militia, 243; in Georgia 242, 292; in
letter concerning 220; go- arms, &c. 359; public schools 408 Onio 243, 273; in Alabama
vernor's election 160; incor. Pensioners, revolutionary 262– 308, 323, 361; in Indiana 361 -
poration of a manufacturing gre "congress.”

sre also the names of the states.
establishment 208; elections Perkins, Mr. see “steam."

Calculations 309, 360; caucus
144; newspapers

144(Persia. Emigrants invited to and anti-caucus notifications
New York state. The northern 12; marble ponds in 149; trca.

370
canal 19, 54, 56, 128; chance. ty with Turkey

330 "Principles and acts of the Re-
ry court 21; manufactures 71; Peru--Colombian army in 8, 83, volution," letter concerning 146
the Erie canal 70, 80, (account 295; military proceedings Printer's ink, improved

152
of the opening of the), 103, 120, 342, 362; Lima evacuat. Printing, the progress of 55; of
to 111, 128, 196, 199, 230, ed 155; Bolivar at 295; exac. the origin of 69; expedition
248; Indian filles to land in tions at Lima 330; price of in

304
80; state prison at Auburn flour at

342 Prussia. Death of Blucher
128; relating to the presiden. Petre, Mr.

288 noticed 12; public debt 59,
tial election 130, 161, 194, Pbiladelphia-election of mayor 72; projected constitution 64,
242, 308, 323, 340, 361, 385; 127; dividends on stocks de. 93; bank, &c. 72; toirisier at
manufacture of salt 133; of clared 160; toastings at 195; Washington dies

209
the banks 166, 181, 212; ex. Schuylkill navigation company Public lands--see "congress."
penditures and receipts 210; 208; arrivals and departures Remarks on the state of the
Gazetteer of the state 260; 339; new churches 339; house debtors and condition of the
more canals spoken of 230, of industry 387; Mr. Dallas' lands sold

325, 406
358; Oneida county 260; re- speech at a town meeting 408 Putnam, Rufus

208, 240

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