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NOTICES OF THE ARTS AND MANUFACTURES, AND A RECORD
OF THE EVENTS OF THE TIMES.

H. NILES, EDITOR.

THE PAST THE PRESENT FOR THE FUTURE.

FROM MARCH, 1825, TO SEPTEMBER, 1825-VOL. XXVIII.

OR, VOLUME IV.-THIRD SERIES.

BALTIMORE:

PRINTED FOR THE EDITOR BY WILLIAM OGDEN NILES,

At the Franklin Press,

WATER-STREET, EAST OF SOUTH-STREET

P 413.25

A.

Abbott, lieut. W. dies
336
Academy, West Point- 100, 224
Adams, John Q. president-his
inaugural address 9-noticed,
17-remarks thereon 184, 194:
present of curious cutlery to
him 116; British remarks on
his election 150, 152; French
do. 261; congratulated on his
election 178; decision on the
proceedings of a naval court
martial 180; his age
"Adams, Lady," a vessel
Africa-of the colony at Liberia
2, 34, 35, 102, 182, 280, 278;
maj. Denham's expedition 151;
free-labor company to be es-
tablished in 278; slave trade to
Brazil 5, 154, 208; in French
vessels 5, 182, 258, 389; the
Ashantees 41, 326; captures of
slave ships 154, 389; legitimate

notions in

Gift of
Mrs. Edward Channin

INDEX TO VOLUME XXVIII.

336
116

355
212
344

Agricultural school

Aguadilla, great fire at
Alabama-the Planters and Mer-
chants bank 35; Washington
court house burnt
Albany-Commercial bank 225;

352

tics

Avery, Thomas, dics

B.

theatre 299; pier
354
Alexandria, boring for water at 160
Alleghany river, commerce of 165
mountains
229
America, general population of 262
American natural history- -3

splendid work to be published
148; books, 'who reads one?' 167
148
Anchors, of American iron,
Anderson, Mrs. decease of 16;
192
386

Mr. arrives at New-York
Andre, major, noticed
Andrews, major-see "Indians,"
"Creek affairs" & "Georgia."
Anecdote of a cryer of a court 80
Anniversary of independence 292
Antommarchi, Dr.
Appointments, by the president

168

and senate 17, 43, 80, 176, 20S
Arkansas-case of certain Indi-

ans convicted of murder 96;
Cherokee boundary in 105;
population and banking 259;
"The Raft" 259; the bounda-
ries of the territory
294
Army of the U. S.-promotions
and appointments 52, 333; mi-
litary academy 100, 224; Mis-
352
souri expedition
Atlantic and Pacific-see "canals."
Austria-sce "Germany:" statis-

198
224

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Balloon, a very large one, 80;
ascent of one at New-York 320
167
Ballot, the magic of the
Baltimore-Mrs. Moale dies 80;

Oliver free school" 96; per-
sons of color 100; inspections
101; list of those who loaned
money to gen. Lafayette in the
revolution 101; water power
in the neighborhood 129, 211;
City Hotel, to be built 147; fly-
ing schooners 147, 192; the
bank of Baltimore 282; cutters

VULLCOR LINHARY

Abr. 22, 1931

352
300

building at 304; fifth regiment
309; bills of mortality 338, 368
-Warren factory 338; profes-
sor Hoffman
Banda Oriental
Bank of the U. States-branch at
Savannah 116; dividend 292;
price of its stock
351
Banks of Massachusetts 34; of
Alabama 35; runnings of the 167
Bankrupt law-in Germany
Bankruptcy, fraudulent
Baptism, extraordinary
Baptist clergymen
Barbary powers-earthquake in
Algiers
166, 177
Barbour, Mr. to the governor of
Connecticut 180; his father
dies 208; leaves Washington
224; returns

181
354
208
272

48
304
112

282
274

292
Becraft, William, dies
368
Beggar, a rich one, dies 112
416
Beggars on horseback
Bell, Mr. and lever power
181
Benton, Mr. letters to Mr. Scott 51
300
Bermuda, great dock yard at
Bible society 200; ancient copy
of the 298; great collection of 409
Big Warrior, the-dies
Birkbeck, Mr. drowned
Births, extraordinary
Black lead mine
Blackwood's magazine
Bonaparte, Napoleon-his heart
112; his death spoken of in
the British privy council 168;
his code, 303; "legitimacy,"
355; Charles 148, 353; the fa-
mily, at Rome
Bonnets, manufacture of
Boring for water
Boston-great sale of lots in 100;
destructive fire in 112; por-
traits of revolutionary patriots
to be procured 162; the banks
167, 416; "amalgamation" tic-
ket defeated 178; arrivals and
clearances 178; early stand
for independence 215; extraor-
dinary characters at 229; no
steam-boat belonging to 272;
schools 309; obstructions in
the streets 352; savings bank 387
Bottles sunk in the sea
Bowen, John, dies
Brandywine, the battle of &c. 321
Brazil-the slave trade 5; reve-

336
415

nue 6; population 6; Pernam-
buco 107; insurrections 216;
lord Cochrane in England 409;
relations with Portugal-see
"Portugal."

Brent, Mr. his statement respect-
ing Mr. Kremer 25; a letter
from him

169
258
104

134

106

Bricks, made by steam
British commercial regulations:
sce "Free trade" and
British affairs.
Agents in South America 262; America,
an old tract on, discovered 343; Aara-
bian nights-new to be translated
342; army, increased
Ballooning 279; bank, state of the 270;
banks-lailures of 70; Baring, Mr. and
his wife 40; Benson, the popular preach-
er 300; bishops, the bench of 107, 200;
bosing 106; Brougham, Mr. speech at
Edinburg, &c. 213; whips the duke of
York 249, 343; Bulget, the 87, 107; Bue

87

155

nos Ayres, emigrauts to 231; treaty with
334; Burdet, sir F. 87; Byron lord, sales
of his poems

192

Canning, Mr. 50, 52, 107; catholic reliet
bill-various proceedings and remarks
87, 107, 200, 215, 249, 269, 279, 295, 243;
the petition 106; Burdett's proposition
and Causing's remarks 107; associa-
tions, debate, protest, &c. 142, 249; com-
met ce,50 regulations of 155; coals 5,230;
Colquhoun's estimates 5; church, libe-
rality and justice of the 166, 241; “in
danger" 356; property 338; cotton im.
ported 40, 149; price of see "cotton;" Co-
lombia, emigration to 106; Canada-emi
gration to 106, 230; coronation, cost of
the 153; coinage 153, 279; Cochrane,
lord, 383, 409; Cumberland, the duke of
326; corn laws 155, 161, 183, 251, 257,
327; Cuminghame, Mr. 213; commerce
270, 310, 327; criminals 388; chancery

court

343
Danish loan 106; dissenters 214; dock
yards 106; duties proposed to be re-
pealed 109; Dutch butter, as to the im
port of

241
East India finances 153; population 182;
executions 40; exports, tables of 93, 310
Factors, the law concerning 342; Fox, Mr.
anecdote of 264; finances, general view
of 108; free masons 277; forgery-Sa
vary's case
Gambling in stocks-see "stock compa-
nies," below; gaine laws 160; grain,
crops of 343; Ghent-treaty 328; Glas
gow university 230; Greeks, relating to
310
166, 219; gold exported
Huskisson Mr. to Mr. Rush 132; his free
trade" notions 145, 161, 186, 225, 241,
262, 305, 327, 354, 406: hops, cultiva
tion of 154; hydrophobia 312; house of
commous, standing orders of
Income in G. B. 5; imports 310; Indians
at court 230; iron, imported 97, 155
Ireland-general state of the country 40;
association in 106; population 165; pa-
rish rates or tythes, 165; deposits of
arms 270; tolerant spirit 270; of the
bishops 295; failures at Dublin
Jeffery, Mr. 213; judges' salaries 300; pu-
327
rity of

262

343

King's speech 18-to certain Indians 230-
his health 300-prorogues parliament
407-rides out! 408: King, lord on the
plague 388; Kean, Mr.
230, 262
Lauderdale, lord 150; London-births and
deaths 39-arrivals at the port of 119-
great progress of building, &c. 214-of
the names of the streets 230: Liverpool,
lord 150; Liverpool-arrivals at 4; ex-
ports 36, 1:9, 300: lunatic hospitals
Mails, conveyance of 231; Manchester 68,
149, 270; manufactures 98, 153, 214;
Mina, gen. in England, 40; Mexicau
mines 153; money abundant 5-getting
scarce 261; museum
Naval college 106-building and repair of
ships 106, 279: Northumberland, the
duke of
231,270, 279, 300, 311, 388
312

231

230

225

O'Connel, Mr.
Parliament meets 18-of the attendance
of members 153-bills passed 388-pro-
rogued 407: Paster, madame, 343; press,
the state of 34-steam 328: princes,
support of, &e 326, 343; property in
G. B. 5; prosperity of England 214;
prohibitions taken off, &c. &c. 155;
potteries 214; Probert, hung
Races, of horses and men 104; Rafaell's
picture of the "tribute money" 388;
rail roads-see rail roads, general index,
and 106, 103; revenue 182, 408; Robin-
son Mr. 108; Rothschild, Mr.

338

Savary, the forger, 200, 225; silk, import
ed, &c. 231; smuggling, curious state-
ments concerning 119; slave labor sup
ported 104-slaves carried off, during
the war with the U. S. 119,328; South
American republics 2, 5, 18, 52, 179,
262, 407; steam vessel, for the East In
dies 270; stocks 5, 178, 225, 269, 328,
343; stock companies 5, 54, 150, 151,
200, 278, 343; Spain, relations with 407,
408; specie, exported 310, 327, 390; ar-
rivals of 408; silk, cultivation of 343;
"sports"
"Times," extract from 167; Thelusson es-
tate 270; tonnage 328; Thames, a tun-
nel under the 408; turnpike tolls 84;
Turkey, trade with 270; tobacco, im
ported 40; treaties with Russia, Sweden
and Buenos Ayres

263

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300

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Universities 270; Unitarian marriage bill
3:2; U. States-British remarks on
Vaughan, Mr.

167

153, 343
Wages of work people 214; walking, ex-
ploit in 328; weavers 214; wheat, ave
rage price of 312; West Indies, wretch-
ed state of 262-trade with 406; Wil
berforce, Mr. 106; Wilson, Miss 227;
window tax 279; wool imported 343
York, the duke of 241; his speech and re-
marks &e. 249, 279, 326-debt to his
taylor 326; harrasssed for his debis 313;
a compliment to

Brooklyn, rise of property in
Brooks, gen. John, dies
Buchanan, Mr. British consul
Buenos Ayres-messages from the
executive to the congress 47,
367; proceedings of 154, 263;
British intrigues at 83; British
minister at 154; colony of Scots
154; treaty with Great Britain
222, 334; address of the go-
vernor 263; mining company
280; protestant burial at 336;
prospect of war with Brazil
390; beggars on horseback 416
Bunker's Hill-of the monument
to be erected thereon 64, 177,
195, 245, 257; a saying of "Jo-
nathan" during the battle
Butter, price of

Chesapeake and Delaware canal
-see "Canals."
Chesapeake and Ohio canal-see
"Canals," above.

Chili-of the crops in 209, 328;
monopolies in 310; disturbed
216, 328; finances, &c. 310, 344
China-proclamation about the
Burmese war

216

416
240

71

405
272

388 Cincinnati-revival of the office
of the bank of the U. S.
240
32 Claimants, notice to,
Clay, Mr. appointed secretary of
state 17; a notice that he will
vindicate himself 49, 65; his
address to his constituents 71;
resolutions at Paterson, N. J.
85; correspondence with maj.
Eaton 87; remarks on his ad-
dress 134; leaves Washington
177; referred to 225; atten-
tions to him 225, 242, 244; on
his vote on the presidency 242;
at Washington, Penn. 243; at
Maysville 243; at Lexington
and other places in Kentucky
267; at Woodford 296; at Paris
297; at Louisville 339; at Cin-
cinnati 339; at Lebanon 339,
369; noticed in Colombia 339;
arrives at Washington 404; his
successor in congress
Clergymen in the U. S.
Clinton, governor, presentation
of vases to him 33; description
of them 120; declines the mis-
sion to England 51; Scottish
remarks on his message 70; at
Philadelphia 224, 225, 244; in
Ohio 307, 322; his address on
breaking ground for the great
Ohio canal 346; returns home 395
Cockburn in the Chesapeake 386
Coleman, Robert, dies
Colombia-privateers 6, 52, 169,
263, 312, 344, 389; message
of the vice-president to con-
gress 46; Bolivar refuses a
crown 18; noticed 101, 154,
221, 243; honors to him 130,
154, 221,273, 280; arrival of a
British agent in 52; treaty 280;
&c. Projected-the Susque-
relations with France 54; trea-
hannah 41; between the James
ty with the U. S. 61, 209, 252;
and Ohio rivers 95; to unite the
steam-boat for the Magdalena
waters of Boston harbor with
86; frigate Venezuela 208; re-
those of Narragansett bay 133;
lations with Hayti 101, 158;
Atlantic and Pacific 105, 152,
manumission of slaves 154,
198; spirit for making of them,
216; progress of improvement
particularized 161; in Rhode-
179; a confederation of the re-
Island 178; Chesapeake and
publics proposed 131; law of
Ohio, various proceedings re-
marriage 216; captures 263;
specting 218, 364, 407; the
library of Bogota 179; treaty
Farmington 314; Delaware and
with Mexico 222: respect for
Raritan 224; anecdotes 227,
the laws 271; consul 272; laws
341; uses of canals 341; round
280; Ship Libertador 282; di-
the falls of the Ohio 256; Hud-
scipline of the troops 280; pro-
son and Delaware 356; "the
ceedings of the congress 328;
Union," in Pennsylvania 293,
arrivals of specie 389; naval
389
354; Dismal Swamp 368; Che-
affairs
84, 148
260
sapeake and Delaware
342 Color, mortality of persons of 100
Cannon, revolutionary
36 Commerce of the U. S.-various
Cass, gov. a letter from him
216 views of 98; abstract 190; no-
Celebes of the war in
tice of the tabular statements
Central America-see "Guatamala."
273; the statements at length
Charleston-exports 352, 415;
282 to 292; a valuable table of

C.
Calhoun, Mr.-see "Vice-presi-
dent" and "Congress:" Testi-
monials of respect from the of-
ficers of the war department,
and his reply 37; leaves Wash-
ington 65; at Lincolnton, N. C.
163; at Pendleton C. H. 177,
195; at Abbeville, with his
speech, &c. 265; at Augusta
296
267; at Edgefield
Call, Mr. extract from his circu-
212
lar 206; at Pensacola
Canada-population 3; statistical
items 35; the great ship in 80,
295, 368; arrival of teas, (di-
rect) 154, 344; arrival of set-
tlers 216, 271, 300; wonders in
228; the bishop dies 312; the
"Columbus" 368; robbers
Canal making-anecdote
Canals-see the names of states,

415

Colonization society

U. S. bank at

415

390
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various exports and their va-
lue, from 1791 to 1824, inclu-

sive

329

148

"Concord fight," 1775, celebrat-
ed
Confederation of the new repub-
lics proposed

131

Congress.
Acts passed-some noticed 12, 15-com-
plete list of 56; accounts, of the settle-
ment of 11, 15; Adams, J. Q. his note
to the senate 12; adjournment, remarks.
on the 30; Alabama 12; artillery, school
12, 14
of practice, &c.
Call, R. K. 95; canals-the Chesapeake
and Delaware 11, 14-Chesapeake and
Ohio 13; Clay, Mr.sec. of state 17; vote
of thanks to, and his valedictory address
29; Columbia, the district of 13; Cook,
Mr. 15; Copper mines 14, 15; Creeks
of the treaty with 15-the treaty 63;
Cumberland road
Drawbacks

12, 14
11, 13

Election of president-resolutions con-
cerning

14
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29

Florida 14, 95; fishermen, American
Gaillard, Mr. thanks to and his address 23
Hayne, Mr. his resolution concerning ap-
propriations of land, &e. 12; home de
partment proposed
Inauguration of the president-prepara-
tions 12, 28; Indiana 13, 14; Indian 2
tribes, intercouse with 13-lands, for the
purchase of
Journals of the old congress
Lanman, Mr. the case of 31, 32; loans au-
torized

14

29
14

McDuffie, Mr. 14; Mercer, Mr. 14; Massa-
chusetts claims 29; marshals and attor
nies 15; messages of the president-
about wrecks on the coast of Florida
12-certain Indian treaties 12; military
tactics 11-service of the year 15; mihi-
tia 11; Missouri, to lay out a great road

15
in
Naval depot at Pensacola 11, 15; New
17
ton, Mr. 29; Noble, Mr.
Ohio, certain lands in 13; official emolu-
11, 12
ments 12; Oregon river
Piracy, the punishment of 13. 14; post-
office bill.14; postage accruing 15; prin-
ters to the senate 13; punishment of
crimes, the bill for 13-Mr. Cook's mo.
tion respecting
Red river, the raft in 14; rules of the se-

15

nate

30

28, 31
Reports-on the suppression of the slave
trade 58; ou internal improvements 89;
on the proposed canal between lake Mi-
110
chigan and the Illinois river
St. Lawrence, of the navigation of the 15;
slaves-in respect to the emancipation
of 12, 13, 14, 15, 30-the trade piracy 14,
29; spirits, foreign distilled 13; steam-
13, 15
boats, enrollment of
Senate-special meeting of the, address of
the vice-president of the U. S. and vari-
ous proceedings
Treaties-with Colombia 28-with the.
Creeks 63; Trimble, Mr. 14; Tucker,
Mr. his resolution respecting emanci-
pated slaves 15; debate thereon
Virginia, concerning an act of 28; Vice-
president of the U. S. inauguration of 30
Warehouse system 15; Webster, Mr.
Yeas and nays in the senate-on the Ore
gon bill 12; on the bill for the punish-
ment of certain crimes 13; on the ap-
pointment of Mr. Clay 17; on the slave,
trade convention 17; on the case of Mr.
32
Lanman

30

30

Yeas and nays in the house of representa
tives-concerning the Chesapeake and
13
Ohio canal

Connecticut--elections 159; great
tree at Hartford 160; govern-
or's message respecting canals
180; on internal improvement
191; election of a senator 192,.
208, 224; deaf and dumb insti-
tution 211; agricultural school
212; school fund 272; about
the expected marriage of an
Indian in 298; receipts and
expenditures 308; Farmington
canal 314; of the banks 339, 416

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