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INDEX

TO VOLUME XXXIX.

Accidents,

A.

Adams, John, decease of 221
Adams, John Q. 93, 137, 158: elect-
ed to congress,

Barbour, James, 173, 334: his ad-ons 155; Brougham Mr. 65, 78, 106, 190, 337;

address of lord B.

337

94, 276 dress 464: Phillip P. 121, 154, 169,
Cotton, price of 7, 19, 443; condition of
180, 332
England 7, 453; Coote Mr. house attacked
222 453; celebrations in 94, 223; crops 21, 55,
4, 64, 57; Cumberland, duke of 20; church, cost of
776; disturbances and burnings 192, 223, 319,
335, 336, 403, 425, 453, 454, 455, 461
Emigration 92, 460; England in old times

186

Barney, Mrs. her Magazine,
Barry, W. T. letter of
Barradas, gen. notice of
Bartolozzi, Miss-debts of
Bartlett, Wm. donations of
Bassett, Willis H.

Bayard, James H. defended
Beet sugar

204

221

198

141
Forgery bill 20; Falcon, capture of pirates
533 by 443; fruit market 20; Fitzclarence, ap-
272 pointment of 20; funds, depression in 190;
fine for fishing
grief, specimen of 7; grain, demand for 21;
Gold, traffic in, issue of sovereigns 20;
price of

223

331

African colony-transportation 429:
emigration to 174: cost of expeditions
into Af. 140: Africans re-captured 9
Aged soldiers-in Tennessee 277
Alabama-insurrection feared 172:
nomination of gen. Jackson 341: mur-
der in 204: Mobile 156: internal im- Belgium-accident in 20: affairs of
provements 317; elections
$33 207, 321: battles 191, 461, 462: capi-
Albany-expense of transportations tulation of Ghent 303: commotions 176,
5: old voyages to 10: rail road 94: po- 192: congress 320, 335: independence of
pulation
277 195, 430: king's speech, do. ceased to
Alfred-laws of
173 reign 177: of a king for 359, 462: processes in 112; distress of 455; cultivation of
Ireland notices of 7, 18, 19, 20, 21, 72; ex-
Algiers-fall of 18: departure of the gress of revolution 121, 141, 152, 159, tobacco in 71; agitation in 223: proclama-
dey: note to 21: capture 47, 49: tributes 175, 176, 191: provisional government tion 224; O'Connel's letter 224; great excite-
56: press established 65: American fri-
320 ment 429, 455, call upon Yeomanry 456;
gate at 112: Treasures 191: removal of
442 agitation 461; late king p. m. examination
the Turks 335: Constantine 191: af-
6; illegitimate son 6; notice of 20; interment
Berlin-philosophical congress at of 7, 120; died intestate 20; memory forgot.
fans at 22, 23, 79, 143, 225: See French
affairs

Alps; Napoleon's road
America, British notions of
American Farmer

7

203

91

American institute-premiums 162
Ancient clothing

205

Andover seminary-donations 221
Anti masonry
5, 58, 91, 276
137, 171

Benton Mr.

Bernard gen.
Biddle Nicholas,
B.lls of credit

Hard times 7; Huskisson Mr. death, 174;
430
Hunt, election of

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Births, extraordinary
Blair, James, of S. C.
Blankets, manufacture of
Blast, an alarming one
Black sea, opened
Appleton Nathan
Bonaparte, Napoleon, of his ashes
Appointments 121, 188, 218, 234, 189, 225: a subject for the stage 223
301, 332, 333 Bonaparte Joseph 77, 94, 133, 277
Navy, stripes restricted in 430; instruc-
Army-employment of 172 troops
Boston-public schools 5: celebrations to officers 125; newspaper stamps,
in the Cherokee country
264 tion of the settlement of 63, 93: cen- amount used 20; new invention 125; New
Arnot Hugo-anecdote of 157 sus 73 trade 121: commerce 91, 279, South Wales, a governor of appointed
Parliament, to be prorogued 19; sale of
Arts-Spanish idea of
92 357: Mr. Gorham 94: elections 137,
Asylum for the insane
157 140, 171: old proceedings in favor of seats 19; dissolution of 49; new members 94,
241; meeting of 125, 303; analysis of parties
Austria--conspiracy suppressed 403: home industry 195: mechanics associ- in 359; adjournment of 429; debate in 455;
arming, &c. 462: consul general 141 ation
"Away with the Bourbons"

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lation 5, 428: vessels below 222: va-wheat 7, duty 174, 192; accident 94; ambas-culator 359; Sussex, duke of
Wilson sir Robert, restored to command

rious

337

1; Wellington lord, disavowal of 74; dinner
to Talleyrand 176; interview with Russian
minister 190; sinecures of his family,221; mob.

bed 303; and the new ministry 337; speech

17, 61, 299, 353, 335, 427 sadors 65, 94, 14, 430; army; mustachios
Bank notes-burnt
221, 334 &c. 20; recruited 430; Anglesea, lord lieut.
Bank U. S. branch in Tennessee
Burdett hissed 403; bank of England, un
333: do. in Mississippi 333: directors divided pr. fits 190; Bangor bishop of, 20;
332, 358: dividend 358: Gallatin's es- British merchants and the Chinese 7; beer of
say on 347: notice of 427: S. C. tax bill 19: Bedford election 94, 112; British
West Indies-trade of 6, 20, 55, 109, 110, 319,
Banishment-singular case of
350, 351, 563, 300; slavery 19; population of
Demerara 77; of W. I. 332; protection of
"Banner" of the Constitution, 1, 2 slaves 403; rate of duties 400; British opini

460
140

430
231
James 222:
203

Breakwater in the Delaware
Brown, gen. 426:

Mrs.
Brunswick-the duke of 174, 220

iy

Butchery, horrid

Buxton manufactory

C.

Calhoun, J. C. vice-president

Cargo, valuable

Carroll, Charles, of C.
Carey, Matthew

Carpenter, S. C.

Carpets, first used at N. Y.
Cass Jonathan dies

4,

157

INDEX.

465

408, 446

172) 405, 436, 437, 412, 444; Bibb Mr. 405; Biddle
156 Mr. 471; Bell Mr. 278. 281; Blakely 405; Blair Mr. 278, 284, 285, 407; Johnston Mr. 405;
Jennings Mr. 285; Johns Mr. 327; Johnson
Mr. 438; Bosworth Jacob 405; bounty war-judges term of service 405; judiciary act
333 Mr. 279, 284, 388; Burnett Mr. 305, 386.
rants 405, 436; Brown Mr. 436; Buchanan 388, 389, 405, 417, 419, 439, 440, 445, 446, 447,
441, 447 436,
468, 469, 472
Canada public lands 93: emigra
Canals, Louisville and Portland 278, 327, kia and Embarrass rivers 444; Kelly Bernard
Kane Mr. 278, 343, 436, 444. 466; Kaskas-
tion to 156, 331: negro colony in 205 343; Wabash 344; Illinois and Michigan 344, relief of 3.7; King Mr. 277, 279, 281, 387;
Canals-the Chesapeake and Dela-
360, 361, 407; Florida 381; Hudson and Dela-King, Miles claims of
ware 156: Pennsylvania 7, 183: Hud- Chesapeake and Ohio 445; Cadets 362, 383, light houses on 408; land offices 362, 382,
ware 384; Alexandria 407; Farmington 440; Lake Ontario, survey of 306; lake Erie-
son and Delaware 383: the Ohio 7,437, Campbell Mr. 284; Cambreleng Mr. 383, 438, 439, 440; land frauds 344; land claims
218; Juniata and Union 140: Louis-445, 469; Carson Mr. 344; Cass governor 446; settlement of 388; land transportation, deben-
ville and Portland 59, 334: Chesa-Cathanee river 362; census 286, 287, 387, 403; ture on 390, 407; land, price of 359; Lawless
peake and Ohio 218: Welland 218: the charges on imposts, &c. 437; Charleston 381; L compt Mr. 405, 445; Livingston Mr. 305,
Chagrin river 408; Chambers Mr. 278, 360; Mr. testimony of 325, 326; Leavett Mr. 285;
Morris
329 chaplains 280, 231, 284; Chilton Mr. 283, 306, 341, 381, 387, 436, 443; live oak 285,
205 313, 344, 383, 387, 445, 446; Clayton Mr. 280, 366; Louisiana 386, 387, 405, 438; Loyall Mr.
77
387, 403, 436, 444; coins 278, 280, 360, 471, 439; Ludlow and Roberts' line 390, 405, 407
472; Columbia river 381, 387; Coleman Mr.
154 439; committees of the senate 278, 280, 281, Mallary Mr. 563, 396, 439; manufactures old
Mail road 388, 403; mails 383, 386, 446;
6 of the house 283, 285; compilation of docu- reports 328, Mallary's 363, 396; Monell's 408;
10ments 472; comptroller of the treasury 284; Martin Mr. remarks on indecorum of debate
Condict Mr. 285, 307; consul's fees
444; contempts of court 408, 445, 470; con-436; 439; meeting of congress time of 253;
305, 382; surplus revenue 4:6; Maysville turnpike
Census of Philadelphia 157: R. Is-copy rights 361, 362, 403; Coosa and Cabawba tribute to his memory 278; McLane Mr. cor-
vention debates 404; Cooper Thomas 305; McDuffie Mr. 306, 3.8. 386; McLean Mr.
land, Conn. and Delaware 275: Albany, rivers 327, 438; Coulter Mr. 285; Crockett respondence 369, 370, 378, 379; McKinley
Michigan 277: N. York 277, 302: Vir- Mr. 407; Cumberland road 285,307, 360, 363, Mr. 360, 436; Mercer Mr. 285,343; Meredith
ginia 302: Cincinnatt: 5: Balt. 5, 428 38, 387, 388, 390, 404, 407, 437, 441, 445. Mr. 279, 342; messages-organization of house
presi- 388,407; deaf and dumb 305; D catur Susan relative to judge Peck 278, 284; census 285;
Darden David 472; Davis Mr. W. R. 382,ness 278; exchange of 281; president 282;
277; president's
222 438, 446 447; defaulters 440; Denmark 344, confidential, 305, do. 359; 4th auditor's ac-
Mr. 278, 280, 305, 327, 435, 465; diplomatic Indiana lands 435, 439; Portuguese seisures
408, 447, 466; Detroit (389, 446; Dickerson counts 361; marine corps, penitentiary 388;
181: of correspondence 308; District of Columbia, af-447; Michigan land office 343, 440, 444, 446;
fairs of 343, 381, 382, 387, 388, 389, 436,440, midshipmen pay of 278; militia 444; Mitchell
444, 445, 447, 465, 472; district courts 440; Mr. 407; military service 362; mileage and
disbursements 308; Documents-treasury 286:
Doddridge Mr. 283, 343, 363. 388, 446; Dur. 386, 444; Missouri 362, 438; Monell Mr. anti-
war 286, navy 289, post master general 295; 382, 383, 386, 388, 390, 436; Mississippi 332,
pay of members 327, 343, 344, 362, 363, 381,
sey, Mr. 466; Draper Mr. 408; Drayton Mr. tariff report 363; resignation of 471; Mon-
363, 405, 437; drawbacks 327, 342, 468. 435, roe James 285, 342, 343, 344. 361, 382, 407,
444; Dudley Mr. 435; drugs ad medicines
300; Duncan Mr. 307, 361, 440; Duponceau
154 P. S. 284, duties of cle.ks 436; Dwight Mr.
129

Castor oil, price of

1

Charleston-elections 60, 138, 302:
fever at 77, invitation to the
dent

Cherokees-arrest of Mr. Bogan
219: rights, &c. 19, 38, 99,
Mr. Wirt, as counsel for 68, 69, 73,
81, to 86: U. S. troops in the nation
57, 77, 264: gold diggers 106, 154,
181: general council 197, 219: writ on
Georgia 338 ease of Tassel 353: judge
Clayton's charge 99: D. Vann's lei-

ter

Cheverus, bishop
Cheves, Langdou
Christophe, madam
Chesnut tree, age of a

99

191

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Early history of America-388; education
62306; Edwards Amos, relief of 472; election
Ellis Mr. 278, 386, 405, 444, 466; Elsworth
of president 308, 327, 360; Elk creek 388;
Mr.308,405; Engineer and ord. dept. 381; Eve
rett Edward 440, 446, 471; executive papers
index to

China. Territorial dispute at Can-
ton 337: visited by a steam boat 557:
proclamation 72: some description of
136: governor of Canton 62; export of
specie

386
173

408, 436, 438, 444

Naudain Mr. 380; national road 285, 381;
naturalization laws 285, 362; naval hospitals
45, 445; navy-pay of officers 437, 444, 467;
navy department 445; navy yard 327; navy
Historical society 38; New York custoin
New England aylum 438; New Hampshire
pension fund 472; navy commissioners 360;
house 404, 407, 408; North Carolina 381, 389,
407, 437, Noble Mr. 343, 380, 387, 390, 403,
404; Nourse Joseph

359
327, 381, 390, 436, 445, 465; Orders 277, 278
Ocracock inlet 389, 47, 437; Ohio 284,
283,285; Overton Mr.
307

327, 325, 446
Farrow and Harris; 285; Florida 360, 380,
Chloride of lime
281,387, 439; Foot Mr. 281,381, 465; Forsyth
Cincinnatti, pop. 5; fire at
Mr. 277, 359; foreign tonnage 437, 471; fort
241 Delaware 471, 472; fort Washington 336;
"Circulation of values"
234 fourth auditor's accounts 361: clerks' salary
Clay, Henry, speech at Cincinnatti 435; Foulke John 382; Franklin institute clearances 312, 408, 437; patents 362, 363,
Passamaquoddy river 444; passports and
18, 32: Telegraph's notice of 275: no-306; Frelinghuysen Mr. 441, 445; Freeport 383, 436, 437 pay of members 383 388, 390;
minated in Kentucky 302: in New 436; frontiers 307.472; Fry Mr.
beacon light at 388; French claims 306, 380,
Peek judge-see impeachment. Pettis Mr.
York 305: in Connecticut 94; in Dela-
437 388; pensioners relief of 343, 363, 404, 447;
ware 452; letter to a Richmond me- priation bill 363, 408, 437, 439 440, 446, 447, 307, 342, 381. 589, 407, 408, 439, 444, 445.
Galatea ship 388, 406, 447; general appro- petitions and memorials 278, 285, 305, 306,
chanic 428; at New Orleans 442; pre Georgia 359; Gorham Mr. 407; Grundy Mr. of order 438; Poindexter Mr. 277, 437, 444;
466, 467, 468, 469, 4:0; Georgetown 407; 465, 466, 471, 472; pickled fish 342, 361; point
sented with a snuff box 222; the "Hen- 278, 280, 281, 405, 435, 436, 437; Gurley Mr. Polk Mr. 281, 405; Portsmouth N. H. salt
ry Clay" newspaper
62 284; Green Duff
408 duty 34-; Portuguese captures 388, 406; port
106 Harbors and rivers 308, 382, 386, 440, Clinton light house 404; ports of entry, new
470.471; Hall Mr. 361,363, 383; Haynes Mr. ones 472: post routes 306, 307: post office de-
327, 362, 363; Hayne Mr. 284, 435, 444. 446, partment-affairs of 280 383, 387, 403, 405,
90: 445; hemp 440; Hendricks Mr. 278, 305, 306, Mr. 407: Power Mr. 306: president's mes
466;Hazen general 445; Hemphill Mr. 307,440, 406 435. 4.6. 437, 444. 445, 446, 472: Potter
6300 387, 436; Hodges Mr. 388. 405, 406; sages 255, 262, 278, 282, 284. 285, 344, 363:
77 Hoffman Mr. 282, 307, 308, 445; Holmes r. presidential election-amendment to constitu-
277, 306; hospitals; 436; Howard Mr. 328, tion 308, 326, 360: Presque Isle-beacon light,
345, 440; Hubbard Mr. 388, 389; Huntington on 388: printer to congress 494, 405, 407, 408,
Mr. 440; Hunt Mr.
437: private land claims 360: public lands
381; public buildings 46, 472: purchasers
305, 360, 381, 472: public roads 285, 306, 380,
344, 447,472

of

Claims against France
Clergy, cost of 76. queer notions

Coal, price, consumption, &c.
wagons
Coffin, sir Isaac

277

358
93

43%

Coffee, stored &c,
Coms, curious
Colombia-affairs of 174, 175: Boli-
var's proclamation 175: invitation to 386, 404, 408, 437, 444, 466, 471; imprison
Illinois, affairs of, 278, 260, 305, 306, 360,
&c. 224, 241: death
456 ment for debt 307; impeachment of judge
Columbia-the district: Georgetown 326, 327, 342, 343, 359, 360, 63, 381, 382,
Peck, progress of, 278, 279, 284, 300, 307, 324,
pop. 5: dangerous blast in

107

of lands-relief of

343. 344, 363, 440, 447: 465: Randolph John,
Rail road, Baltimore and Obio 279 327,
salary of 303, 408, 437, 439, 440, 466, 467:
duties, attempts at 2-5, 360, 302, 381, 404,
Randolph Mrs. relief of, 444. reduction of
444: relief vessels 306, 344, 360, 381, 382,

Congress.
383, 386, 37, 388, 389, 390, 403, 405, 407-
Adams, Mr. dies 278; Africans-470, 472; ports and tonnage 437, 440, 444; importers
436; imports into Pittsburg &c. 69; im-
Alabama, 362, 380, 381, 387, 407, 439: Albe 463, 472; Indian depredations 472; Indian
marle sound 381; aliens 285, Allegany river department 359, 381, 352; Indian blankets 383: religious worship, grant of hall for 384
407; Aunapolis harbor 404, 407; Annual Re381, 444; Indiana, affairs of 387, 388, 390, reports of departments-treasury 28, 286,
gister 443; appropriation bills 469, 470 472; 43, 404, 435, 436, 439; Indians, arrearages 308, 343, 443, 472: war, 286: navy, 289: post
Archer Mr. 281; Arkansas 403, 444; Arm- of 344; Kickapoos 359, 386; Cherokees 405; office 295: report of the house on silk
strong, Geo. 306; army 280, 342, 361, 362, 382, intercourse with, 444: extinguishment of tag 307: repeal 25th sec. judiciary act
387, 388, 389, 405, 406; assay offices 344, 446 titles 359, 362: Seneca anuvity 328, 343,388, 389, 412, 417: Malary's report 396:
Back creek 342, 386, 404, 465; Baker Mr. 360, 363, 435, 440: removal of 445, 471: in Monell's 408: navigation Ohio, 472:
277,278, 280, 305, 306; balances, list of 471; solvent debtors 382, 440, 472; inland transports of the senate on gold coins 280:
Baltimore harbor 386; Balthrop John 307 portation 390; internal improvement 327, French claims 306; Reneber Mr, 437: revo-
bank U. S. 282, 347, 405; to print report 359, 382, 390. 405, 407, 408, 440, 445, 466.tationary pensioners 3-7, 363, 383, 358, 438,
404; Bernard
gen. 342, 436, 437; Barringer Mr. 470, 471, 472: invalid pensioners 343, 361, 447: Richardson Mr. 306, 468: rivers White
285, Barton Mr. 278, 305,351, 436, 437; Benton 363, 439, 447; iron reduction of duty 285.
Mr. 280, 359, 360, 380, 381, 386, 387, 404,
and St. Louis, improvement of 345: Rob-
387, 389, 403, 471] bins Mr. 278, 441: Robinson Mr. 381, 401,

re.

466: Rockville road 362, 383: Row Matthias:
relief of 343: rules, suspension of

consumed at Providence 105: seized;
277 22: Liverpool market 443: goods ex-
ported 141: of the real duty on 1:
value in England and the U. S. 2:
canvass 406: improvement in
ning

Salt, reduction of duty &c. 342, 408, 428
437.438. restoration of duty 438, 439: salt
ed fish, duty on 361: Sanford Mr. 278, 280,

305, 342: schooners additional to be built 341
362, 382, 387, 403: secretary of war 359, 361.
387, 388, 389, 405, 439: secretary of the se
nate 278: secretary of the treasury 281, 3u8.
343, 363, 382, 388, 443, 444, 472: secretary of
the navy 289, 361: Sill Mr. 388: silk culture
307, 440, 446, 472: silken flag, present of
284, 307: Smith gen. Samuel 253, 277, 342,
360, 381, 386, 404, 467: Speight Mr. 389, 407:
speaker pro tem appointed 281, attendance
of 253, 281, Spencer Mr. remarks of 279,307:
Sprague Mr. 326, 465: Stauberry Mr. salary
Russian minister 363: state claims, adjust-
ment of 360, 381: Storrs Henry R. 308, 344,
387: St. Vincent asylam, appropriation for
36: steam engines 323: sugar imported 283:
on repeal of duty 284, 362, 363, 406: cost 327:
sugar cane, cultivation of 388, 390: treasury
report on 382.390: surplus revenue 280, 405.
406: surveys 255, 362: Sutherland Mr. 285.
471

Counterfeits, see forgery.
Crawford W. H.
Creighton, commodore
Crowninshield-see Salem.
Cross, Joseph, dies
Custom House regulations
Cuvier's dissections
D.

Dane's appena
Deaf and dumb family
Dearborn's letter on silk
Debt of the U. S.

300; tariff, &c. and notice of Mr. Ritchie
and his "practical man" 313, 353, 385, 425,
458; new subscribers 329; costs of transpor
tations 329, 355; general essay on the abun-
dance of specie and its causes 353; internal
spin-improvements 355, 425, 457; Messrs. Monell
139 and Irwin's report 401; judiciary report 401;
state rights 425; general Brown 426; Mr.
Calhoun's pamphlet 441, 457; gov. Ed-
wards' address on the public lands 441;
death of J. Wilkinson, his usefulness 441;
septennial number 457; in reply to the Hart-
94 ford Times 458; armed interference 460;
101 judge Smith 273; political jugglings 273
205 Egypt. The Cairo Gazette 172:

76
333

Debt, imprisonment for-abolished
in Vermont 231: case in France 231:
small debts

Declaration of Independence
D'Homergue on silk

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297

European powers, forces of 321:

stocks

241

Excavator, for canals, &c.

125

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301

145

56

Delaware-elections 105, 121, 138:
census 275: Alabama resolutions and
nom. of Mr. Clay 452; fort, destroy-

Tariff and manufactures, debate on How-
ard's motion 345: extracts from old reports
346, 347, 440: Malary's report 363, 396: Mo-
nell's 363, 408: Taylor Mr. 281, 282: Taze-
well Mr. 342, 404, 466, 467: Tennessee and
Holston rivers 381, 357, 438: Fest Mr. 343,
344, 388: Tilton Daniel, 387: town and viled
lage commons 360: treasury dept. annual
report 308, on sugar 388: treasurer, allowance
of credit, 408, 437: treaties 279, 335: Trez-
vant Mr. 362: Troup Mr. 278, 279, 360:
Tucker Mr. 437: Tyler Mr. remarks of 467
United States' debtors

440

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Wabash 360: survey of river 390, 407:
Washington Mr. 362, 407: Wayne Mr. 282,
283, 388: Webster Mr. 387, 435, 437: West
India trade, correspondence 343, 344 363.
359: West Point mil. school, reduction of ca
dets 362,-383, 437: Western armory 362, 472:
Wheeling and Belmont bridge 283: White
C. P. 283: 318, 471. 472: Whitlesey Mr. 307,
343, 383, 407,446, 470: White Mr. of Tennes
see 278, 280: White Mr. of Florida 439: Wick-
liffe Mr. 284 307, 343, 383, 390, 438: Williams)
Mr. 388: Wingate Mr. 361: Witt and Mere
dith 279, 327, 386, 403: Writs of error 4:3:
wood, donation of 382: Woodbury, Mr. 277,
278, 386, 435, 436, 437, 444: woollen goods,
motion to reduce duties
Yancey Mr.

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442
76

Demarara-slave population
Denmark-claims against 188: re-
ported disturbance

Dinner party, a great one
Doctor of divinity
Dollar, value of the
Drayton, col.

Drought

Duels noticed
Duponceau, Mr.
Duties returnable

Exchange, the par of

Explosion, dreadful 107: of powder

F.

Fairlie, major, dies

Fernando Po

Fire-brick

175 Fires-56, 76, 126, 157, 205, 241, 277,
204 384

222 Flint's review discontinued 157
Florida-sinking of land in 203:
4, 120, 125 crops 126: Forbes' case 222: sugar in

2

221
58, 141, 276
146, 226

341

E.
East Indies. American cottons ex-
porced to
141

Eaton, J. H. see congress. Letter
to the gov. of Mass. 80, 427: on the
removal of Indians 198: censuring ca-
dets 232: to gov. Gilmer 264, 389:
use of spirits in the ariny 341: returns
to W.

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173
Ecclesiastic statistics 76, 168
Eclipse
443
Editorial articles-to friends and readers
1, 312, 457; tax ou cotton goods 1; rate of
about nullifiers and nullification 3; British
exchange 2; concerning Mr. McCord 2;
royal matters 6; Balt. and Ohio rail road 17,
201; British West India trade 18, 111, 171, 65; Bertrand gen. chief of Polytecnic school
Bordeaux, duke of, 65; Berry, duchess of
In the house. On re-chartering the U. S. 89, 331; relief of the Irish poor 18; on pay-reformed 65: reproached 79; rumor of 112;
297 331; on the price of grain and flour 18,78; Bourmont gen. differs with Duperre 65;
bank 283: un repealing duty on sugar 284: ing postage 73, 217; on the French revolu-letter from 125.
on reducing the duty on iron, cotton bag tion 33, 37, 57, 170, 219; on Messrs. Wirt and bon de, duke
See Algiers above; Bour-
ging, coarse wool, woollen goods &c. 285:
on the time of meeting 308; on the term of Gilmer's affair 58; notice of gen. Root 59; of Camel, naturalization of 20; charter 65.
service of U. S. judges 405: on the repeal the Charleston election 60; reply to the 113; preamble 114; commerce, appropriation
of 25th stet. judiciary act 406: on consider Georgia Journal 61; Cherokee question 73; for 189, 208; chamber of deputies, 7. 21; dis-
ing Indian memorials 446 on the bill for H. L. Pinckney's oration, &c. 74; negro cloths solution 38; re-assembling 40, committee of
the relief of revolutionary soldiers 468: ou 89; use of coal, &c. 89; compliment to the impeachment 95; manifi sto, protest and pro-
the bill making appropriations for rivers editor 89; servile copyings 90; national reli- clanation 42, 43; erown diamonds withdrawn
and harbors 471: on the bill for the relict gions 91; southern Ain. states 91; Mr. Web-43, Chateaubriand 115; Constant Benjamin,
of James Monroe 438: do for the relief of ster 91; home market 105, 233; Mr. Madi- death of 402; Clausel gen.
Mrs. Decatur
438, 447 son's letter against nullification 125; same. Despatches, seizure and restoration of 42;
Congress of philosophers
134 on protecting the home industry 201; on Duperre Adml 112; duke d'Angouleme, dis
Connect.cnt-census 275: election returning from N. Y. Am. Institute 137, bands the army 65; dutchess Angouleme ar-
account of 153; "balance of trade" 155; sub-rival at Rambouillet 64; Doulle, anecdote
eer gm 386, 428: Mr. Pakin
mission men 155; the age of revolutions 169; of 206: duke de Chartres 65, 79; his letter to
Constitution, proposed amendment judge Barbour's valedictory 169; Mr. Wirt's Lafayette
357: original design of the constitution oration 170; New York Herald 171; on at-
Elections, 20; alterations in mode of 38,
265: C. Pinckney's propositions
tempts to manufacture in America 70 years
Constitutional law-by Dane
ago, and general remarks 185; product, va-
Contempt of court
lue and consumption of cotton 185, 250; Mr.ance of 425; very great 429; exiles, remarks
Adams' election to congress 186; Mr. Ran-
10, 11 dolph 186; federalists 201; a quandary 202;
141 general essay on the cultivation of sugar
205 208; same on the circulation of values 217,
233, 234; newspapers 217; editor abused and
persecuted 285; gives an account of himself
and his name, with some general remarks
250; parties 252; duty on sugar and machi-
nations against the tariff 273; exchange of
newspapers 274; bank of the U. S. 274; er-
297; public debt 297; letter from a friend in
rors in truth and the Buffalo Republican
New Jersey 299, from one in N. Carolina

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charters American vessels 64; conjectures |
where bound 64; departs from Rambouillet
64; last ordinance of 65; embarked 94; ar
rived 95; demands to be received as king
111; in England 159; journey of

168

Lafayette, appointment as commander in
chief 43, 111; address of 43, 63; notice of
117, 121, 189; remarks of 77, 78, 111, 133,
225, 432, 433; letters from 78, 132, 133, 179,
220; attention to wounded 79; opinion of
95; holds the fate of France 107; dinners to
111, 116, 481; resigns 425, 465; Lafayette, G.
W. actively engaged 65; liberal journals,
presses seized 41; Lafitte, anecdote of 173
succeeded in the C. of D. 319; speech of 335;
Lasteyrie, count

95

Marmont, appointed 41; interview with
the deputies 44; displeases the Dauphin 44;
Menais, abbe de la 273; ministers, report
against the liberty of the press 38; charged
with high treason 78; fled, 94; impeachment
189, 207; rumors 223; trial commenced 402;
condemned to perpetual imprisonment

429

New ministers, 41, 43, 78; changes spoken
of 176; appointments 319; minister of foreign
affairs, speech of 189; Ney madame 189; Na-
tional Guard, re-orginazation of 42; reviewed
125, 142; strength of 159; call on 189; behave
firmly 429; Nemours duke de, 461; Nismes,
143, 159; Napoleon, as to the removal of his
ashes 78; relative to 189, 223, 225; Neuville
Hyde de,

125

Orleans duke of, appointed lieut. gen. 40;
address of 43; ordinance of 63; speech of 64;
receives friendly assurances 65; appointed
king 77; reply to deputation on accepting
oath of fidelity, &c. 77; assumes title of Phi
lippe 1st 78; despatches special missions 111;
proclamation 115; letter of 143, in favor of
abolishing the punishment of death
Printers combination of 158; Philadelphia
200
deputation received, 432; punishment of
death-abolition of 111, 189, 206, 223; Paris,
battles in, 40, 44 rally of the people 65; no
murders, &c. 111; disturbances, 142, 159; ad-
dress to, of the city of London 159; Polignac
rumor of 78; attempts escape 111; letter of
115; printing offices-certain ones closed 189
Revenue, 20; revolution, accounts of 33,
37, 40, 41, 44; supposed loss 64; Rouen, dis
turbances at 159; Rosaniel admiral 125; roy:
alty-emblems of destroyed 111; rumors 95
111, 112, 224
Soult gen. 335; project of a law, 402; Ser-
rurier minister to the U. S. 319; South Ame-
rica-recognised 158; stocks, value of 65, 79;
Swiss guards-submission of 65; insulted 159;
subscriptions for wounded 65, 112, 189
Te deum, celebrated 23; Talleyrand, speech
of 223; treaty of Tilsit-secret article of 49
tri-colour, origin of 112; Toulon, Algerine

treasure received at

Vassal & Co. failure of
U. S. claims

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458
148
94

7

Hammond, Nicholas, dies
Hartford convention [imitation] 228:
exposition of 432: "Times"
Harrison, gen. W. H.
Hay, George, dies
Herbaut, the man-milliner
Hobart, bishop, dies
Hogs, number travelling
Holland-see Belgium: armistice 321
Home market and industry-
torial, and

62

277

-see edi-
57, 299, 300
140
426
222

Hopkinson, judge
Horse-power, its average
Hunt-rare sport
Hurricane, account of a
Hydrophobia, cases of
1.

Ignis Fatuus

7

442

173

Illinois elections 5, 202, 333: the
governor 55: United States lands in
140: public lands, gov. Edwards' es-
say 441: Mr. McLean dies 158: nomi-
nation of gen. Jackson 448: Vandalia

205

Krudener, baron, letter from

L.

93

103

Law and law cases-dispute between
N. Y. and N. J. 422: judge Clark's
opinion 219: Cherokee case, Mr. W.
Wirt's opinion 81: writ of error 353:
constitutional, Dane's appendix 165: of
sacrilege 166: Nicholson's heirs 302:
qualification of jurors 203, 219: legal
distinctions 172: lottery case 232: mar-
riage promise $33: damages of stage
proprietors 103, 331: United States vs.
Benner 184: case of perjury 230: re-
captured Africans 9: the retaining fee
205: case arising out of a commuted
punishment 140: constitutionality of
state laws 357: stage owners 103: rule
of supreme court

Lead, reduced price of
Lee Francis, donation
Lewis, Mr. of Alabama
Live oak plantations
Loadstone, discovery of
Locomotive engines
Logwood blues
Longevity 7, 77, 93,
Lottery system

275

73

157

90

211, 435

7

17, 299

157

rokees: battles 333: of the Chickasaws,
Indians and Indian affairs-see Che-
173, 205, 240
231, 232, 427
talk to, &c. 67: treaty with the Choc- Louisiana-checks abducted from a
taws 17, 140, 182, 460: Four Legs dies bank 334: bank of 55: elections 386:
334: customs 167:-murder 172: no-health of N. Orleans 77, 93, 141, 172,
tice of the Choctaws 17:-Menomonee 241: entertainments at 93: exports 183:
and Winnebagoes
133 the Red river 275, 277,: see sugar.
Louis 14th-anecdote
Louisville canal

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Madison, James, letters from 126,
188, 227: pamphlet of 263: noticed 200
Mahogany, first used at N. Y.
Mail robberies 156, 202, 302, 386:
172
Wilson 167: Weirich
Ingham, S. D. see congress: on gold Mails, irregular 187, 302: New Or
156 and silver coins 2: letters and circu-leans contract 188: contractors address
94 lars of
101, 151, 197, 341 to the president
184
Italy-generally: agitations 206, 430: Maine-elections 59, 73, 90,234, 275
illness and death of the pope 335, 403,
Manufactures-of blankets 6: castor
430: Mount Etna 62: king of Naples oil 1: of silk 56, 146, 156, 226, 353: ex-
173
Gallatin A. his essay
dies 321: arrival of priests at Rome ports of 144: fire brick 1, 157: glass 1:
276, 347
191: population of Rome 7: Sicilian at Pawtucket 90: at Clintonville 6: War-
Georgia-see Cherokees, gold: elec-
consul ackn'd 173: Sardinia 112 ren factory 125: negro cloths 89: re-
tions 171, 187, 202: judge Clayton's
marks 185: old views of 193 to 196:
charge 99: proclamation 107: gov.
Jackson, president-various letters see editorial, &c. of the protection-
Gilmer's correspondence, &c. 58, 69, from 89, 105, 385: at Nashville 57: at Washington's opinions 17; at Charles-
157, 263, 338: no poor in 156: Indian Knoxville 89: invited to visit Charles-ton 1808-17: American Institute 153,
CASES 219: Cherokees 229, 276: on ton 222: his views of internal improve-
surveys 241, 264: relative to U. S.
troops 263: writ of error and proceed- 19: talk to the Chickasaws 67: ho-
ment 105: proposition to the Choctaws Marriage promises
Marshall, chief justice
ings 338: resolutions against the tariff nors to 105, 121, 184: expected to de-
339: case of Tassels 353: land bill vs cline a re-election 502: announced for the Susquehannah 421: Daniel Martin
Maryland-resolutions concerning
the gold diggers 453: Milledgeville re-election 385: letter of certain mem-elected governor 380: elections 105,
Journal
4 bers of the legislature of Pennsylvania 107, 150: legislature meets 327: U. S.
Germany, generally agitated 191, to 452: nominated in Alabama 341, senator 427: bishop 156: Salisbury bank
206, 225: emigrants 62: Bavaria silk 449: in Illinois 448: message published 205: Mr. Teackle 357, 425: Allegany
276 in London
19 county
94
275
63 Massachusetts-see Boston. Fire
at Gloucester 141: claims on the U. S.
80, 428: proceedings on the Alabama
nomination 449: elections 171, 187, 202:
Mr. Richardson 94: cattle show 205:
constitutional amendments

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