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INDEX

TO VOLUME XXXIX.

397

Beet sugar

134 ten

123

203

431

430

A.

Barbour, James, 173, 334: his ad- on 155; Brougham Mr. 65, 78, 106, 100, 337;
Accidents,

94, 276 dress 464: Phillip P. 121, 154, 169, address of lord B.
Adams, John, decease of

Cotton, price of 7, 19, 443; condition of
221

180, 332 England', '453; Coote Mr. house attacked
Adams, John Q. 93, 137, 158: elect- Barney, Mrs. her Magazine, 222 453; celebrations in 94, 223; crops 21, 55,
ed to congress,

186 Barry, W. T. letter of 4, 64, 57; Cumberland, duke of 20; church, cost of
African colony-transportation 429: Barradas, gen. notice of

7 76; disturbances and burnings 192, 223, 310,
emigration to 174: cost of expeditions Bartolozzi, Miss-debts of 204

335, 338, 403, 425, 453, 454, 455, 461
into Af. 140: Africans re-capiured !
Bartlett, Wm. donations of 221 Emigration 92, 460; England in old times

198
Aged soldiers-in Tennessee
277 Bassell, Willis H.

141

Forgery bill 20; Falcon, capture of pirates
Alabama-insurrection feared 172:

Bayard, James H. defended 333 by 443; fruit market 20; Fitzclarence, apo
nomination of gen. Jackson S41: mur-

272 pointment of 20; funds, depression in 190;
der in 204: Nobile 156: internal im-

223
Belgium-accident in 20: affairs of line for fishing
provements 317; elections 553 207, 321: battles 191, 461, 462: capi grief, specimen of '7; grain, demand for 21

Gold, traffic in, isue of sovereigns 20;
Albany –expense of transportations enlation of Ghent 303: commotions 176, price of

331
5: old voyages to 10: rail road 94: po- 192: congress 320,335: independence of Hard times 7; Huskisson Mr. deatb, 174;
pulation

430
277 193, 430: king's speech, do. ceased to Hunt, election of
Alfred-laws of
173 reign 177: of"a king for 359, 462: processes in 112; distress of 155: 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 goveromeni tion 224; O'Connel's letter 224; great excite-
56: press established 65: American fri-

320 ment 429, 455, call upon Yeomanry 456;
gale at 112: ireasures 191: removal of Benton Mr.

442 agitation 461; late king p. m. examination
the Turks 335: Constantine 191: af-

8; illegitimate son 6; notice of 20; interment

Berlin-philosophical congress a! of 7, 120; died intestate 20; memory forgot.
far sat 22, 23,79, 143, 225: See French
affairs

Bernard gen.

170 King William, notices of 7, 19, 20, 21 65,
Alps; Napoleon's road

7 Biddle Nicholas, 332, 310, 358124; illegitimate children 20, 323, 456; speech
America, British notions of

Bills of credit

230

49, 322; congratulates Louis P. 125; acknow.

Iedges French government 142; policy of
American Fariner
91 Births, extraordinary

277 190, 319; popularity 190; proclamation 336;
American institute-premiums 162

Blair, James, of S. C.

79 coronation fixed 337; sacire on
Ancient clothing
205 Blankels, manufacture of

6 London, fire in 112; mayor's dinner post-
Andurer seminary-donations 221 Blast, an alarniing one

158 poned 318; funeral of late mayor 403; Liver.

pool-election in
5, 58, 91, 276 Black sea, opened

105

Manchester rail road 174, 177, 188, 201,
Appleton Nathan

137, 171 Bonaparte, Napolcon, of his ashes/213, trade of 79; meeting in ui; ministry,
Appointments 121, 188, 218, 231. 189, 225: a subject for the stage 223 supposed changes 190; change of 318; new

301, 33, 333 Bioaparte Joseple 77, 94, 133, 277 ministry
Army-employment of 172: troops
Boston-public schools 5: celebrations to officers 128; newspaper stamps,

Navy, stripes restricted in 430; instruc.
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
Aris-Spanish idea of

92 357: Mr. Gorbam 94: eleccions 137 Parliament, to be prorogued 19; sale of
Asylumn for the insane
157 140, 171: old proceedings in favor of seats 19; dissolution of 49; new members 94,

241; meeting of 195, 303; analysis of parties
Austria--conspiracy suppressed 403: home industry 195: mechanics associ. in 359; adjournment of 429; debate in 455;
aming, &c. 462: consul general 141 ation

139 Peru, differences with 96; Peel sir Robert,
"Away with the Bourbolis" 96 Bounty lanila

428 319; declines a peerage 337; prayer, form of
B.
Bowditch Nathaniel

203

Queen Adelaide, 6, 7, 125, 190, 204
Balkin-lhe, npening trade
105 Binyil, gen. John, dies

140

Regency bill, passed 335; reform, notices
BH011—ascention of

03 Brazil-Ireaty with the U. S. 33 to or 142, 335; rotten boroughs 337; rioters,
Biltimore-anniversary of the batile 31: bonus 205: French midshipmen conviction of 456; of whom comprised 460
of 57: Crook's factory 205: celebration at Rio

241 Slavery, in British W. Indies 19; statistics,

increase of Catholics 74; subscription for
125: election of mayor 138: inspections

British affairs.

Paris wounded 112; stocks, 403; sugar duty
121: printers' ceremonies 159: popu-

20, 335
American flour 7, 55, 176, 175; average of 7; specie exportation of 174; Stanhope's cal-
Talion 5, 428: vessels below 2:22: VA- wheat 7, duty 174, 192; accident 91; ambaeulator 359; Sussex, duke of

Wilson sir Robert, restored to command
17, 61, 299, 333, 335, 427 sadors 65, 94, 14., 430; arıy; mustachios
Bank notes-burnt
221, 3.34 &c. 20; recruited 430; Anglesca, lord lieut. 21; Wellington lord, disavowal of 74; divner

337] to Talleyrand 176; interview with Russian
Bank U. S. brunch in Tennessee

Burdere hissed 403; bank of England, un minister 190; sinecures of his family, 221; mob.

of
332, 358: dividend 35%: Gablatiu's es- British merchants and the Chinese 7; beer

231

Breakwater in the Delaware
saj on 317: notice of 127: S. C. tax hill 19; Bedford Clection 94, 112; British

James 222:

Brown, gen. 426:
490 West Indirs-Irade of 6, 20, 55, 109, 110,319,
Banislıment-singular case of

203

Mrs.
350, 351, 363, 390; slavery 19; population of
140

Demerara 77; of w. I. 3.32; protection of
"Babuer"-of the Constitution, 1, 21 slaves 403; rate of duties 400; Britisha opiui

Brunswick-the Juke of 174, 220

Anti masonry

318

335

455

rious

430

333

: do in Mississippi 333: directors de ;

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465

Butchery, horrid

172 405, 430, 437, 412, 444; Bibb Me 405; Biddle Jennings Mr. 285; Johns Mr. 327; Johnson
Buxton manufactory

156 Mr. 471; Bell Mr. 278. 281; Blakely 405; Blair Mr. 278, 284, 285, 407; Johnston Mr. 405;
C.

Mr. 438; Bosworth Jacob 405; bounty war-judges term of service 405; judiciary act

rants 405, 436; Brown Mr. 436; Buchanan 388, 389, 405, 417, 419, 439, 410, 445, 446, 447,
Calhoun, J. C. vice-president 333 Mr. 279, 284, 388; Burnett Mi. 305, 386,

468, 469, 472
441, 447 436,

Kane Mr. 278, 343, 436, 444. 466; Kaskas-
Canada public lands 93: emigra-

Canals, Louisville and Portland 278, 327, kia and Embarrass rivers 444; Kelly Bernard
tion to 156, 331: negro colony in 205 343; Wabash. 344; Illinois and Michigati 341, relief of 3-7; King Mr. 277, 279, 281, 387;
Canals-the Chespeake and Delaware 384; Alexandria 407; Farınjogton 440;
360, 361, 407; Florida 381; Hudson and Dela King, Miles claims of

408, 446

Lake Ontario, survey of 306; lake Erie-
ware 156: Pennsylvanin 7, 183: Hud- Chesapeake and Ohio 445; Cadets 362, 383, light houses op 408; land offices 362, 382,
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- Chagrin river 408; Chambers Mr. 278, 360; Mr. testimony of 325, 326; Lavete Mr. 285;

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 op imposts, &c. 437; Charleston 381; L compt Mr. 405, 445; Livingston Mr. 305,
Morris

329 chaplains 280, 231, 284; Chilion Mr. 283, 306, 341, 381, 387, 436, 443; live oak 285,
Cargo, valuable

205 33, 344, 383, 387, 445, +46; Clayton Mr. 280, 366; Louisiana 386, 387, 405, 438; Loyall Mr.
Carroll, Charles, of C.

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. Majl road 388, 403; mails 383, 386, 446:
Carey, Matthew

4, 154

439; committees of the senate 278, 280, 281, Mallary Mr. 563, 396, 439; manufactares old
Carpenter, S. C.

6 of the bouse 283, 285; compilation of docu- reports 323, Mallary's 363, 396; Monell's 408;
Carpets, first used at N. Y. 10 ments 472; comptroller of ihe treasury 284; Martin Mr. remarks on indecorum of debate
Cass Jonathan dies

157

Condict Mr. 285, 307; consul's fees 305, 382; surplus revenue 4:6; Maysville turnpike
Castor oil, price of

444; contempts of court 408, 445, 470; col-
1

436; 439; meeting of congress time of 253;
vention debates 404; Cooper Thomas 305; McDuffie Mr. 306, 3. 8. 336; McLean Mr.
Census of Philadelphia 157: R. 18- copy rights 361, 362, 403; Coosa and Cabawba tribute to his memory 278; McLane Mr. cor-
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, 430; Mercer Mr. 285, 343; Meredith
ginia 302: Cincinnatli 5: Bali. 5, 428 381; 387, 38, 39, 404, 407, 437, 441, 496: Mr. 279, 342; messages Torrent contre house

Charleston-elections 60, 138, 302: Darden David 472; Davis Mr. W. R. 382, Iness 278; exchange of 281; president 282;
fever al 77, invitation to the presi- 388, 407; deaf and dumb 305; D catur Susau relative to judge Peck 278, 284; census 285;
dent

222 438, 446 447; defaulters 410; Denmark 344, confidential, 305, do. 359; 4th auditor's ae.
Cherokeesmarrest of Mr. Bogan Mr. 279, 280, 305, 327, 455, 465, diplomatic Indiana lands 435, 439: Portuguese stisure:

counts 301; marine corps, penitentiary 388;
219: rights, &c. 19, 38, 99, 181: ot correspondence 308; District of Columbia, af. 447; Michigan land office 313, 440, 414, 446;
Mr. Wirt, as counsel for 68, 69, 73, fairs of 343, 381, 382, 387, 388, 389, 436.440, midslip.nen pay of 278; milicia 144; Miteneli
B1, to 86: U. S. troops in the nation 144, 445, 447, 46.5, 472; district courts 410; Mr. 407; military serviee 362; mileage and
57, 77, 264: gold diggers 106, 154,

disbursements 308; Documents-treasury 286: pay of ineinbers 327, 343, 344, 362, 363, 381,
181: general council 197, 219: wilt on Doddridge Mr. 283, 343, 363, 388, 446; Duro 386, 444; Missouri 362, 438; Monell Mr. anti-

war 286, navy 289, post masler general 295; 382, 383, 386, 388, 390, 436; Mississippi 332,
Georgia 338 ease of Tassel 353: judge say, Mr. 466; Draper Mr. 408; Drayton Mr. tariif report 363; resignation of 171; Morr
Claylon's charge 99: D, Vanu's leis 362: 105, 437; drawbacks 327, 34% 168: 435, roe James 285, 312, 343, 344, 361, 382, 407,
ter
99 444; Dudley Mr. 435; drugs a: d medicines

408, 436, 438, 444
300; Duncan Mr. 307, 361, 440; Duponceau
Cheverus, bishop

154
P. S. 284, duties of cleks 430; Dwight Mr.

Naudain Mr. 380; national road 285, 381;
Cheves, Langdou
129

naturalization laws 285, 362; naval hospitals

308
Christophe, madam

191 Early history of America -388; education 435, 445; navy-pay of officers 4:37, 444, 467;
Chesnut tree, age of a

02 306; Edwards Amos, relief of 472; election navy department 445; navy yard 327; navy
China. Territorial dispute at Can- Ellis Mr. 278, 386, 405, 444, 466; Elsworth Historical society 348; New York custom
of, president 308, 327, 360; Elk creek 388; pension lund 172, pavy co...missioners 300;

New England aylum 438; New Hampshire
ton 337: visited by a steam boat 337: Mr.308,405; Engineer and ord. dept. 381; Eve: house 404, 407, 408; North Carolina 381, 389,
proclamation 72: some description of rett Edward 440, 446, 471; executive papucs 407, 437; Noble Mr. 343, 380, 387, 390, 403,
136: governor of Canton 62: export of index to

327, 323, 446

404; Nourse Joseph
specie

386 Farrow and Harris; 285; Florida 360, 380, Ocracock inlet 389, 497, 437; Ohio 284,
Chloride of lime

173

281, 387, 439; Foot Mr. 281,381, 465; Forsyth 327, 381, 390, 436, 445, 465; Orders 277, 278

Mr. 277, 359; foreign tonnage 437. 471; fort
Cincinnatti, pop. 5; fire at 24! Delaware 471, 472; fort Washington 336;

283, 285; Overton Mr.

307
"Circulation of values"
234 fourth auditor's accounts 361: clerks' salary

Passa aquoddy river 444; passports and
Clay, Henry, speech at Cincinnalli 435; Foulke John 382; Franklin instituce clearances 312, 408, 437; ptents 362, 363,
18, 32: Telegraphi’s police of 275,

00- beacon figlit at 388; French 'clainus 360, 380, Peck judget-see impeachment: Peltis Mr:
minated in Kentucky 302: in New 436; frontiers 307. 472; Fry Mr.
York 30$: in Connecticut 94; in Dela-

Galatea ship 388, 406, +47; general appro- petitions and memorials 278, 285, 305, 306,
ware 452; letter to a Richmond me- priation bill 303, 408, 437, 439 440, 446, 147, 307, 312, 381. 389, 407, 408, 439, 444, 445,
chanic 428; at New Orleans 442: pito Georgia 359; Gorham Mr. 407; Grundy Mrt of order 138; Poindexter Mo. 277, +37: 444;

466, 467, 468, 469, 470; Georgetown 407; 105, 466, 471, 472; pickled tisti 342, 361; point
sented with a snuff box 222: the “flen- 278, 280, 281, 405, 435, 136, 137; Gurley Mr. Polk Mr: 281, 405; Portsmouth. H. sal
ry Clay” newspaper
62 284; Green Duff

408 duty 34.; Portuguese captures 388, 406; purt
Claims against France

106

Harbors and rivers 308, 382, 386, 440, Clinton light house 404; ports of entry new
Clergy, cost of 76. queer notions -70.471; Hall Mr. 361,363, 353; Haynes Me! unes 472: post routes 300, 307: post office de-
of

277
327, 302, 363; Hayne Mr. 284, 435, 444.416, partment-affairs of 280 383, 387, 403, 405,

. ,

406. 435. 4.6. 437, 444, 445, 440, 472: Porter
Coal, price, consumption, &c. 90: 445; hemp 410; Hendricks alr. 278, 305, ::00Mr. 407: Power Wr. 306: president's mies
wagons

6380, 387, 436; Hodges Mr. 389. 405, 406; sagrs. 255, 262, 278, 282, 284, 285, 344, 363:
Coffin, sir Isaac

77 Hoffman Mr. 282, 307, 308, 445; Hulines o presidential election-amembeni tu cuntstitus.
Coffee, stored &c,

358/ 277, 306; hospitals; 436; Howard Mr. 328, cion 308, 326,300: Presque Isle-braconlighe,
Coins, curious

93

345, 440; Hubbard Ms. 388, 389; Huntington ... 388: printer to congress 4:4, 405, 407, 408,
Mr. 440; Hunt Mr.

437: private land clarins 360: public lands
Colombia-affairs of 174, 175: Boli- Illinois, attairs of, 278, 250, 305, 306, 360, 305, 360, 331, 472; public roads 205, 306, 380,
var's proclamation 175: invitation tu 386, 404, 408, 437, 444, 466, 471; imprison. | 381: public, buildings 436, 172: purchasers
&c. 22+, 241: death
456 ment for debt 307; impeachment of judge of lands-relief of

344, 417,472
Columbia-lhe district: Georgetown 320, 327, 342, 343, 359, 360, 63, 381, 382, 3.13. 314, 36.), 140, 147: 105: Randulul Juboli,

359

43

Peck, progress of, 278, 279, 284, 300, 307, 324, Rail road, Baltimore and Oljo 279 327,
pop. 5: dangerous blast in 107

383, 386, 37, 388, 38, 390, 403, 405. 07. salary of 3.3, 408, 437, 39, 440, 466, 167:
Congress.

1.36; imporis intó Pilisburg &c. -69; im- Randiph Mrs. relief vf, 445. reduction of
Adams, Mr. dies 278; Afrieans-470, 472; ports and tom age 437, 440, 144; importers Juties, allempls at 2-5, 360, 362, 381, 404,
Alabama, 362, 380, 382, 387, 407, 439: Albe 463, 472; Indian dipredations 472; Indian 444: relief vessels 309, 314, 300, 381, 382,
marle sound 381; aliens 285, Allegany river department 359, 381, 352; Indian blaukets 383: religious worship, grant of ball fur 38.!
407; Annapolis harbor 404, 407; Annual Rr-381, 444; Indiana, affairs of 382, 388, 390, reporis of departmi nis-treasury 28:, 285,
gister 44?; appropriation bills 469, 470 472; 43, 404, 435, 436, 439; Indians, arrearekis 308, 3-13, 113, 172: war, 280: navy, 289: post
Archer Mr. 281; Arkansas 403, 444; Arm- of 344; Kickapoos 359, 350; Cherokes 405; office 295: nport uf the house on silk
strong, Geo. 300; army 280, 342, 361, 362, 382, intercourse with, 4H: extinguishment of tag 307: Pepeal 251h sec. judiciary Act
387, 388, 389, 495, 406; assay othees 344, 440 titles 359, 362: Seneca annuity 328, 343, 388, 389, 112, 117: Malary's report 390:

Back creek 312, 336, 404, 465; Baktr Mr. 300, 363, 435, 440: removal of 445, 471: 11- Monell's 108: navigation Ohio, 472:
277, 278, 280, 305, 306; balances, list of 472; sulvent debtors 332, 440, 472; iuland Iranis. ports of the
Ballimore harbor 386; Balthrop John 307 portation 390; internal improvedent 347, French claims 306; Rencher vir, 437: revo-

on guld cuisis 280:
bank U. S. 282, 347, 405; to print report 359, 382, 390, 405, 407, 408, 440, 44.5, 466. lutionary pensioners 37, 363, 383, 388, 438,

gen. 342, 436, 437; Barringer Mr. 470, 471, 472: invalid pensioners 343, 301, 117: Richardson Mr. 306, 468: riv.rs White
285; Barton Mr. 278, 305,351, 430, 437; Benion 363, 439, 447; iron reduction of duty 285
Ms. 280, 359, 300, 330, 381, 386, 357, 404,

and St. Louis, improvement of 345: Roir
387, 389, 403, 471 ) bins Mr. 273, 441: Robinson Mr. 381, 401

re.

St Date

404; Bernard

277

277 states,

2

56 mills

204 384

ginia line

466: Rockville road 362, 383: Row Matthias: consumed at Providence 105: seized, 300; tarift, &c. and notice of Mr. Ritchie
relief of 343: rules, suspension of
9:22: Liverpool market 413: goods ex-

and his "practical mau" 313, 353, 385, 425,
Salt, reduction of duty &c. 342, 408, 428
437. 438. resturation of duty 4:38, 139: salt ported 141: of the real duty on 1: 158; new subscribers 329; costs of transpor

tations 324, 355; general essay on the abun-
ed tish, duty on 301: Sanford Mr. 278, 280, value in England and the U. S. 2: dance of specie and its causes 353; internal
305, 342: schooners additional to be built 341 canvass 406: improvement in spin- improvements 355, 125, 457; Messrs. Monell
362, 382, 387, 403: secretary of war 359, 361. ning

139 and Irwin's repori 401; judiciary report 401;
387, 388, 389, 405, 439: secretary of the se

Counterfeits, see forgery.

state riglits 425; general Brown 126; Mr.
nate 278: secretary of the treasury 281, 3u8.

Calhoun's

76

Crawford W. H.
343, 363, 382, 388, 443, 444, 472: secretary of

pamphlet 411, 457; gov. Edd-

wards' address on the public lands 441;
tbe navy 289, 361: Sill Mr.388: silk culture Creighton, cominodore

353

death of J. Wilkinson, his usefulness 441;
307, 440, 446, 472: silken flag, present of Crowninshield-see Salem.

septennial number 457; in reply to the llart.
284, 307: Smith gen. Samuel 253, 277, 342,

Cross, Joseph, dies

94 ford Times 15e; armed interference 160;
360, 381, 386, 404, 407: Speight Mr. 389, 407:

Custom House regulations

101 judge Smith 273; political jugglings 273
speaker pro tem appointed 281, attendance
of 233, 281, Spencer Mr. remarks of 279, 307: Cuvier's dissections

205 Egypt. The Cairo Gazette 172:
D.

inanufactures
Sprague Mr. 326, 465. Stauberry Mr. salary

443
Russian minister 363: state claims, adjust. Dane's appena

165

Elections-see the names of the
ment of 360, 381: Storrs Henry R. 308, 344,
387: St. Vincent asyinm, appropriation for

Deat and durab family
36: steam engines 323: sugar inported 283: Dearborn's letter on silk

146

173

Elephant-mernory of
on repeal of duty 284, 362, 363, 400: cost 327: Debt of the U. S.

297 European powers, forces of 321:
sugar cane, cuitivation of 388, 390: treasury

241
Debt, imprisonment for-abolished stocks
report on 382.390: surplus revenue 280, 105.

Excavator, for canals, &c.

125
406: surveys 235, 362: Sucherland Mr: 285. in Vermont 231: case in France 231:
471 small debts

301

Exchange, the par of
Tariff and manufactures, debate on How- Declaration of Independence 145 Explosion, dreadful 107: of powder
ard's motion 345: extracts from old reports

141
D'flomergue on silk
346, 347, 440: Malary's report 363, 396: Mo-

Delaware--elections 105, 121, 138:

Executions, females attending 2003
nell's 363, 408: Taylor Mr. 281, 282: Taze-

Expenditures of the U. S. 301
well Mr. 342, 404, 406, 407: Tennessee and census 275: Alabama resolutions and

F.
Holston rivers 381, 357, 438: Pest Mr. 343, nom, of Mr. Clag 452; fort, destrove
344, 388: Tilton Daniel, 387: town and vil- ed

442
Fairlie, major, dies

158
lage commons 360: treasury dept. annual Demarara-slave population 76

Fernando Po

56
report 308, on sugar 388: treasurer, allowance

Fire-brick

Denmark-claims against 188: re-
of credit, 408, 437: treaties 279, 335: Trez-

1, 157
vant Me. 362: Troup Mr. 278, 279, 360: ported disturbance

175 Fires—56, 76, 126, 157, 205, 241, 277,
Tucker Mr. 437: Tyler Mr. remarks of 487 Dinner party, a great one
United States' debtors
440 Doctor of divinity

222

Flint's review discontinued 157
Van Buren Mr. 363, 369, 370, 378: Vance

Dollar, value of the

2
Mr. 361: Verplank Mr. 308, 344: vessels and

Florida-sinking of land in 203:
rice, foreign duties on 381: vessels sunk, 278: Drayton, col.

4, 120, 125 crops 126: Forbes' case 222: sugar in
viee president 279, 342, 387, 436, 437, 442, Diought

221

272
443: vine and olive 343, 403, 408, 440: Vir: Duels noticed

58, 141, 276 Flour-exports of 7: Richmond 57:

438
Wabash 360: survey of river 390, 407:

Duponceau, Mr.

146, 226 prices 18,90; duties on 170: prospects
Washingion Mr. 362, 107: Wayne Mr. 282,

Duties returnable

341 concerning 55, 353: 1. H. Puwell's
283, 388: Webster Mr. 387, 435, 437: Vest

E.

letter 353: see editorial.
India trade, correspondence 365, 346 363. Erst Indies. American cottons ex.

Force's Register

157
349: West Point mil. school, reduction of ca. poried to

141 Foreign ministers' rights 184
dels 362,383, 437: Western armaory 362, 472:
Wheeling and Belinonit bridge 283: White

Eaton, J. II. see congress. Leller

Forgery, 156: in Kentucky 302:

276
C. P. 283: 318, 171. 472: Whitlesey Mi. 307, to the gov. of Mass. 80, 4.7: on the dangerous cases
343, 388, 407, 416, 470: White Ms. of Tennes removal of Indians 198: censuring ca-

"Free trade,” remarks on
see 278, 280: White Mr. of Florida 139: Wich. dets 232: to gov, Gilmer 264, 389:
liffe Mr. 284 307, 313, 383, 390, 438: Williams

French affairs.
Mr. 388: Wingite Mr. 301: Wirt and Mire.

use of spirits in the arny 3il: returns Algiers, army at 7; capture of, and poli-
dith 279, 327, 366, 403: Writs of error 4:3 to W.

173 cy 18; amount of treasure, 21, 48, 159, 189;
wood, donation of 362: Woodbury, Mr. 277, Ecclesiastic statistics 76, 168 accounts froin 21, 22, 23, 47, 48, 62, 79; con-
278, 386, 435, 430, 437, 444: wuullen goods,

vention 22; Tuois, 23; the Dey 49, 112;
Eclipse

443
motion to reduce duties

Jews 49; l'urks ordered to quit 49; press
285

Editorial articles-to friends and readers established 65; conspiracy 112; attack <<•
Yancey Mr.
reas and Nuys.

1, 312, 157; tax on cotton goods 1; rate of pected 112; sickness 143; jurisdiction 176,
In the senate-On the post omice exami- abuut luulihers and bullitication 3; British in Paris, celebration by

exchange 2; concerning Mir. McCord 2; 185; all quiet 461; admiral, 79; Ainericans
nation 281, 445: 011 re-chartering U. S. royal matters 0; Balt. and Ohio rail road 17,
bank 405: on the bill providing relief ves- 201; British West India trade 10, 111, 171, 65; Bertrand gen. chief of Polytronic school

Bordraux. duke of, 65; Berry, duchess of
sels
In the house. On re-chartering the U. s. 29, 331; relief of the Irish poor 18; on pay reformed 65: reproached 79; rumur of 112;

297 331; on the price of grain and tlour 18, 78; Bourmont gen. differs with Duperre 65;
bank 283: on repealing duty on sugar 294: ing postage 73, 217; on the French revolu- better from 125.
op reducing the quty on iron, cotton bago tion 33, 37, 57, 170, 219; on Messrs. Wirt and bon dr, duke

See Algiers abuve; Bour:
ging, coarié woul, woollen goods &c. 285.

Camel, naturalization of 20; charter 65.
ou the time of meeting 300: 01 the term of Gilmer's allair 58; notice of gen. Kvot 59; of
service of U. s, judges 105: on the repeal Georgia Journal 61; Cherokee question 73; for 189, 208; chainber of deputies, 7. %; dr.

the Charleston election 60; reply to the 113; preamble 114; cominerce, appropriation
ing Indian inemorials 410 on the bill fur H. L. Pinckmy's oration, &c. 74; negro cloths solution 38; re-assembling 40, committee of
the relief of revolucionary soldiers 403: ou

89; use of coal, &c. 89; compliment to the impeachment 95; manifisto, protest and pro-
we bill making appropriations for rivers editor o9; servile copyings 90 national reli- clanation 42, 43; crown diamonds withdrawn
au harbors 471: ot the bill for the relict rious 91; southem in. states 91; Mi. Web-43, Chatraubriand 115; Constant Benjamin,
of James Monroe 438: co for the relief of ster 91; home market 105, 233; Mr. Madi- death of 402; Clausel gen.

65;
Mrs. Decatur
438, 447 son's letter against nullitication 125; same

Despatches, seizure and restoration of 42;
Con:rts of philosophers 131 on protecting the home industry 201; on Duperre Adil 112; duke d'Angouleme, disa

Connect.clll-census 275: electione returning from N. Y. Am. Insiitnte '1:7; bands the army 65; Jutchess Angouleme ar:
eer . 386, 428: ilr. Pitkin

account of 133; "balance of trade" 155; sub rival at Rambouillet 64; Douille, anecdote
423

mission men 135; the age of revolutions 109; f. 206: duke de Chartres 65, 79; his letter to
Coristilutuin, proposed amendiniert judge Barbour's valedictory 109; Nr. Wirt's Lafayeler

220

Elvetions, 20; alterations in mode of 38,
357: original design of the constitution oration 170; New York Herald 171; on at-
263: C. Pinckney's propositions
75 tempts to inanufacture in America 70

189. 319; education, attention to 223; Eu-

years
Constitutional law-- by Dinle
ago, and veneral remarks 185; produci; va ance of 425; very great 429; exiles, remarks

glish ambasador 65; excitement, continu.
165
Contempt of count

lue and consumption of cotton 185, 250; Mr.
459

about
Adams' election to congress 186; Mr. Rant-

163, 175
10, 11 dph 180; federalists 201; a quandary 202 of 95; French government, acknowledged hy

Financial commission 65; Fitz James, duke
Convention, literary

til general essay on the cultivation or sugar Egland 142; by Prussia 158; by the pope a.id
Cooper's new novel

205 210; same on the circulation of values 211: Naples 189; by Russia 461, policy of 174;
Cooper's locomolive engine

233, 234; newspapers 217; editor abused and French politeness, an clote of
Copperas, a bed of

persecuted 287; gives an account of himsit lustancs of patriotism and bravery, 65,

and his name, with some general remarks
Copper mine

241 -230; parties 2.5"; duty on sugar and machi- Jesuits,
Conon--price 2, 19, 55: various 185 nations ilgainst ihe tarist 973; exchange of

King, proclamations of 23, 63; dissolves
250; exported tront certain places 183: Pos De Bank of the Sovie chamber 38; suspends liberty of ille press
large carga 333: crop of 212: : New 1997; public debt 197; letter from a friend in Cherbourg 78; ordersi section of a coluns 43
O, dins 35. lopoul into England 332 3w Jersey 29 from one in N. Carolina abilication of self and Louis Alitoine" si

79, 190

327

23

428

125

Continental money

17
140

206

05

K.

90

charters American vessels 64; conjectures Grapes in Nov. 241: cultivation of
where bound 64; departs from Rambouillet

Johnson, judge, and John Taylor
64; last ordinance of 65; embarked 94; ar.

241, 276

98, 119, 132
rived 95; demands to be received as king

Gray, James, executed

222 Jubilee, Christian, ordered 140
111; in England 159; journey of 168 Greece-aged family in 6: threaten- Juggernaut

205
Lafayette, appointment as commander in ed revolt 20: affairs

191
chief 43, 111; address of 43, 63; notice of

Juror's-qualification of 203, 219
117, 121, 189; remarks of 77, 78, 111, 133,

H.
225, 432, 433; letters from 78, 132, 133, 179, Hall, capt. Toyal nuvy

106 Kentucky-of the state of parties 5,
220; attention to wounded 79; opinion of
95; holds the fate of France 107; dinners to

Hall, Dr. C. assault

21955: convention 90, 219, 302: Mr. Crit-
111, 116, 481; resigns 425, 465; Lafayette, G.

Hammers, cast iron

6 tenden elected speaker 276: aitempts
W. actively engaged 65; liberal journals, Hamilton, A. and the American sys- to elect a senator 386. Lexington 93
presses seized 11; Lafitte, anecdote of 173 tem

139 Krudener, baron, letter from 103
succeeded in the C. of D. 319; speech of 335; Hammond, Nicholas, dies 210
Lasteyrie, count
95

L.
Marmont, appointed 41; interview with

Hartford convention Limitation] 228: Law and law cases--dispute between
the deputies 44; displeases the Dauphin 44; exposition of 432: “Times" 458

N. Y. and N. J. 422: judge Clark's
Menais, abbe de la 243; ministers, report Harrison, gen. W. H.

148
against the liberty of the press 38; charged Hay, George, dies

opinion 219: Cherokee case, Mr. W.

91
with high treason 78; fled, 94; impeachment

Wirt's opinion 81: writ of error 353:
189, 207; rumors 223; trial commenced 402;

Herbaut, the man-milliner

7
condemned to perpetual imprisonment 429

Hobart, bishop, dies

constitutional, Dane's appendix 165: of

62
New ministers, 41, 43, 78; changes spoken Hogs, number travelling

sacrilege 166: Nicholson's heirs 302:

277
of 176; appointments 319; minister of foreign Holland--see Belgium: armistice 321 distinctions 172: lottery case 232: mar-

qualification of jurors 203, 219: legal
affairs, speech of 189; Ney madame 189; Na-
tional Guard, re-orginazation of 42; reviewed

Home market and industry-see edi-riage promise 933: damages of stage
125, 142; strength of 159; call on 189; behave corial, and

57, 299, 300 proprietors 103, 331: United States vs.
firmly 429; Nemours duke de, 461; Nismes, Hopkinson, judge

140
143, 159; Napoleon, as to the removal of his Horsc-power, its arerage

Benner 184: case of perjury 230: re-

426
ashes 78; relative to 189, 223, 225; Neuville Hunt-rare sport

captured Africans 9: ibe retaining fee

222
Hyde de,
125

205: case arising out of a commuted
Orleans duke of, appointed lieut. gen. 40;

Hurricane, account of a

7
address of 43; ordinance of 63; speech of 64;

Hydrophobia, cases of

punishment 140: constitutionality of

442
receives friendly assurances 65; appointed

state laws 357: stage owners 103: rule
king 77; reply to deputation on accepting

1.
of supreme court

275
oath of fidelity, &c. 77; assumes title of Phi. Ignis Fatuus

173 Lead, reduced price of

73
lippe 1st 78; despatches special missions 111; Mlinois-elections 5, 202, 333: the Lee Francis, donation

157
proclamation 115; Jetter of 143, in favor of governor 55: United States lands in Lewis, Mr. of Alabama
abolishing the punishment of death 200
Printers combination of 158; Philadelphia
140: public lands, gov. Edwards' es- Live oak plantations

211, 435

7
deputation received, 432; punishment of say 441: Mr. McLean dies 158: nomi. Loadstone, discovery of
death-abolition of 111, 189, 206, 223; Paris, aation of gen. Jackson 448: Vandalia Locomotive engines 17, 299
battles in, 40, 44 rally of the people 65; no

205

157
murders, &c. 111; disiurbances, 142, 159; ad-

Logwood blues
dress to. of the city of London 159; Polignac rokees: battles 333: of the Chickasaws,

Indians and Indian affairs-see Che- Longevity 7, 77, 93, 173, 205, 240
rumor of 78; attempts escape 111; letter of

Lottery system 231, 232, 427
115; printing offices-certain ones closed 189 talk to, &c. 67: treaty with the Choc- Louisiana-checks abducted from a

Revenue, 20; revolution, accounts of 33, laws 17, 140, 182, 460: Four Legs dies bank 334: bank of 55: elections 386:
37, 40, 41, 44; supposed loss 64; Rouen, dis 334: customs 167:-murder 172: 00- health of N. Orleans 77, 93, 141, 172,
turbances at 159; Rosaniel admiral 125; roy: tice of the Choctaws 17:- Menomonee 241: entertainments at 93: exports 183:
alty-emblems of destroyed 111; rumors 95.
111, 112, 224' and Winnebagoes

133 the Red river 275, 277,: see sugar.
Soult gen. 335; project of a law, 402; Ser: Indiana-elections 5, 55, 334: le- Louis 14th-anecdote

204
rurier minister to the U. 9. 319, South Amegislature

301 Louisville canal

59, 334
rica-recognised 158; stocks, value of 65,79;
Swiss guards-submission of 65; insulted 159;

Indigo, price of
241

93

Loyd, gen. James, dies
subseriptions for wounded

M.
65, 112, 189

Joternal improvement-consistency
Te deum, celebrated 23; Talleyrand, speech as to 426: various appropriations for 24: Madison, James, letters from 126,
of 223; treaty of Tilsit-secret article of 49 denounced 30: gen. Jackson's views 188, 227: pamphlet of 263: noticed 200
tri-colour, origin of 112; Toulon, Algerine 105: great benefit of 253: essay on 324:

10
treasure received at

Mahogany, first used at N. Y.
Vassal & Co. failure of

aid of the U. S. asked 427: see edito. Mail robberies 156, 202, 302, 386:

189
U. S. claims

Wilson 167: Weirich

172
War expected 463; wounded, petition of 189 Ingham, S. D. see congress: on gold Mails, irregular 187, 302: New Or
Fuller, the bank clerk

156 and silver coins 2: letters and circu- leans contract 188: contractors address
Fulton's heirs

101, 151, 197, 341 to the president

184
Furs, great cargo of

56 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
G.
Gas, carbonic acid

-:30: Mount Elna 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 8:War-
Georgia-see Cherokees, gold: elec-

consul ackn'l 173: Sardinia
tions 171, 187, 202: juilge Clayton's

112 ren factory 125: negro cloths 89: re-
J.

marks 185: old views of i93 to 196:
charge 99: proclamation 107: gov.
Gilmer's correspondence, &c. 58, 69, from 89, 105, 385: at Nashville 57: al Washington's opinions 17; at Charles-

Jackson, president-various letters see editoriul, &c. of the protection-
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 229: bis views of internal improve-

162
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 Choctaw s

333
Marriage promises

10

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 302: 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

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, 125: Allegany
276 in London
19 county

94
Giles W. B. dies
275 Jamestown weed

63 Massachuselts-see Boston. Fire
Globe, newspaper 276: extract from Java, insurrection in

7 at Gloucester 141: claims on the U. S.
460 Jefterson, Mr. concerning election- 80, 428: proceedings on the Alabama
Gloves—when first used at N, Y. 10 ecring officers 274: his anticipations nomination 449: elections 171, 187, 202:

Gold-its relative value 2: coined 96: on Indian rights 337: letter to a Mr. Richardson 94: cattle show 205:
188: in Virginia 9?: North Carolina young friend 92: his memoirs 274 constitutional aruendments 460
188, 221, 334: in Georgia 106, 157, Jemison, doctor, dies

S34 Masonry---disincorporated

188
234: produet of
412) Jeopardy, illustrated

McCord, Mr. of s. C.

65

319 rial.

94 lars of

2, 3

) 2.2

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