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NOTICES OF THE ARTS AND MANUFACTURES, AND A RECORD

OF THE EVENTS OF THE TIMES.

H. NILES & SON, EDITORS.

THE PAST THE PRESENT FOR THE FUTURES

FROM MARCH TO SEPTEMBER 1829-VOL. XXXVI. OR,

VOLUME XII.- THIRD SERIES.

BALTIMORE:

PRINTED BY THE EDITOKS,

AT THE FRANKLIN PRESS WATER-STREET, EAST OF SOUTH-STRELT.

Abernathy, the surgeon, anecdote, presentatives on the memorial of the 219: Bridgewater, the earl of, dies 101,
of

116 company 41; progress of the road, 122: bishopric of London, 317: Buck
Adams,Ich Q. lis correspondence &c. 53; leiter from certain engineers ingham, Mr. 105--gee East Indies:
with certain gentlemen of Massaches of in England in the president of the buli baiting 273: Burke, the body-sel-
Setis noticed I, letter to W'm. Plumer campany 92; report of do. to the pre- lur 4, 68, 86, 104, 167: his accomplice
and reply, with extracts 17; corres sident and directors 273; iron import- Hare

103
pondence with J. A. Hamilton 84, 93;) ed for 235: stockholders in S49; in Calicnes, returns of printed 338:
judge Gouli's reply, with letters of junction on the company 365; estimat. Canada--see Canada: Catholic and
Messrs. Ilhouse, &c. 153 to 156,174; ed cost of the road from Baltimore to Catholics, cathedral 167: chapels 266:
Mr. Hamilton's letter to the editor of the “Point of Rocks 386; riots on 409 Wellington, Anglesea and Dr. Curtis
the N. York Evening Post 172; Mr. Banks and banking--the Hoboken 4, 6: anecdotes of ministers 115: lord
Plumer to Mr. Hamuliou 173; history bank fails 49; bank of the U, States Anglesea 38: duke of Northumbera
of his administrati n proposed 1; cor- 123; dividend 517; the bank of the land 38: disabilities 66, 129, 138: Wele
respoudence with certain citizens of Commonwealth of Kentucky 52, 181; Jington to Leinster 68: Gratton to the
Steubenville 107; do. with certain of proceаdmgs in the N. York legislature sanne 91: of Mr. O'Connell 38, 65, 68,
New Jersey 106; invited to: public respecting, &c. 102, 134; see New 87, 121, 166, 255, 272, 287, 320, 372:
dinner at Boston 361; on his retire- York-an essay on ihe state of the excitement on the question” 55, 68,
ment from the presidency 17, 145 currency 200: notes of the banks of 88, 98, 117, 129, 137, 148, 223: "the

Adains, John, a dechration of 334 the U. States refused in deposite 222; rent” 137, 255: association 98, 228:
Adains, Geo. W. drowned 164, 271 | bank of Columbia, N. Y. 323; Patter- the case in parliament 98, 120, 202:
Alams, Mary Ann, dies 119

son bank 235; Mildle District bank Wellington to Winchelsea and plan
Aldison, on the spirit of party 5.4 284; Central bank of Georgia 317,351 of reliei, &c. 135, 166, 183, 202: votes

Africa--M Caille's experlition to Barbary powers, extinction of 152 of the peers 202: Catholic peers 137,
Timbuctoo 36. See Liberia.

Barbour, James, minister to Eng. 226, 254, 364: Protestant opposition
Africans in Baltimore
410 land

65, 308, 339 | 301: emancipation checks emigration
Alabama--electioneering in 165; Barnsley, Godfrey

271 317: renewed disturbances 415: clergy
great storm at Tuscaloosa 235 Barry, Mrs. the actress 289 364: cannon captured at Navarino 225:
Alligator, a large one

164
Battle, loss of life in

131 cabinet, changes in the 367, 384: M.
Almeida, confined at Porto Rico 179

Baytes, the sulphate of 34 Cavendish, 384: "church in danger!
"American sagacity," British no Bells, weight of several 87 117: Cobbelt, William, 255; church
fions of

307
Benjamin, Levi, dies

223 | livings 255: cotton, prices of 223: see
Anniversary, observance of the 339 Benning, Mr. shot by C. Wickliffe cotton: Curran, Mr. 4: corn laws, the
Appointments to office, former sen-

65,349 255, 257, 287: of the averages 291:
timents respecting 161, 196, 267, 313, Benton, T. H. his reports and bills crime, in Ireland 408: Cumberland,
515. See editoriai and appointments on the patronage of the executive 265, the duke of, and captain Garth 139,
Etiquette observed in relation to 152;

292 to 296, 323 147: currency and commerce of 420
Mr. Williams' letter, &c. as to the Berrien, John McPherson, of Geo. Curtis, William, dies 55: Custis, Mrs.
dismissal of Mr. Norton 181, 444; Mc. 1; declines a public dinner at Savan- dies

51
Eaton's letter to Mr. Nouurse 163 nah, Geo, 253; gen. Call's charges Davy, sir H. dies 367: debt, plan

Appointments by the president, &c. against him 268; to deliver an oration for liquidating 395: Diorama, the, de-
civil 5, 34, 67, 102, 119, 133, 149, 163, ai Princeton college

118 stroyed by fire, 320: distresses-see
181, 199, 234.377, 410); naval 67; mi Biddle, com. his entry into Cadiz manufacturers,causes of, &c. 331, 411,
litary 67, 143; "ominous” rumors as 37; lis correspondence with the baron 412, 414: Dudley, lord, 226
to the necessity of
148) da Prata

126 East India company, Mr. Bucking-
Arkansas territory-census of 234 Blockade, the right of, &c. 100, 117; ham’s exposition of the affairs of, dis-

Army of the U. States--order offense of the Dolphin 101; correspond-cnssions in parliament, &c. 105, 221,
the war department pardoning Wm. ence of com. Biddle and the baron de 225, 272: commerce with the E. 1.
Iluston, alius Hari 91; the fourth reyi. Rio da Prato, relative to the blockade 349: Edlinburg murders $: see Burke:
ment 235; appointraents in the 67, 143; of Buenos Ayres

126 , emigration to America 151: excise
decision in the case of captain Gantt Boston-houses building in 3; sales laws, effects of the

321
204; case of gen. W. Scott 114; troops of American goods in 29, 67; prices Fauquhar's heirs 220: finances, 159:
to proceed on the Santa Fe road 182; and sales of wool 82, 83, 234, 298; the four and grain, prices of &c. 4, 38,
visiters of the military academy 269; N. E society 270: dinner to Mr. 68, 87, 132, 145, 166, 223, 230, 270,
their report 311, 350; graduates 325; Green 224: expenditures 85,271: toasts 413: importation of wheat, &c. in
case of col. A. R. Wooiley 325 drunk at 50; old spirit of Boston 325; 1828, 118: “free trade” discussion in
Auctions, great meeting in N. York Boston report” 3, 249; the location parliament

505
opposed to, with the report of a com- of the city 255; “Gazette” noticed 35, Garth, capt. 139, 147: gloves, in-
Inittee on the evil effects of
184 | 65, 377; brig Attentive, of 50; Bun- ported

166
Austin, James T. his remarks about ker llill monument

318 Hare, the accomplice of Bark, 103:
the old parties
365 Bowman E. dies
149 Irish freeholders

202
.Lustria--regulations of commerce Branch John 1: invited to dine at Jews, the

257
with 199; var with Morocco
985 Halifax

145 Kean, the actor 255: Kentuckian, a,
Baker, John of Maine, correspond Brazıl-treaty with 65; with the U. sirteen feet high 255: king, plate for
ence respecting, between Messrs. States 109 to 112; Portuguese arrive the 54: his speech

87, 396
Clay, Lawrence and lord Dudley 29 to at Rio 224; the currency 224; slave Lind in Ireland 584: Limerick, affray
32; correspondence of lord Aberdeen trade in 105, 102; abuses of the custom at 396: Lindsey, Richard, 36: Lush-
and Mr. Lawrence 190 to 196 house 105; insurrection 2:4; French ington, Mr. killed

321
Baldwin, lienry

35 ships at Rio, &c. 107; American claims Malibran, madam 223: malt, ef-
Ballard, capt, of the U. S. navy, on 199, 201; French 199; British 224; fect of excise laws on 321; manufac-
sword presented to 131, 355 convent lands 199; American vessels turers--distresses, &c. among 104,
Bates, E. and Geo. McDuftie

33 captured 201;correspondence between 122, 151, 166, 254, 256, 268, 270, 272,
Baltimore-improvements in 3; do- com. Biddle and the baron of da Pra- 287, 292 3:0, 396: McCartney, Dr.
inestic goods shipped from 49; trade la

126 167: Manchester riots

340
with Lancaster, Pa. 86; rapid rise of Brick, Berry's "premium" 301 Navy of the U. States, noticed in
the city 268; severe weather, price of Great Britain and Ireland. parliament 113: naval vessels lost 167:
wood in, &c. 4, 147; inspections 119; Ascot races, 413: Atlas new spaper Northumberland, the duke of 86: his
vessels 119; chemical preparations 300: Anglesea, lord 4, 53, 256 plate 167: his entertainments 255
made in 150; the Independence (steam Brunswickers, nieetings of 55--see O'Brien, the rev, Dr. B. dies 50:
boat) 164; Edward Johnson dies 147; Catholic question: builget, the 256, O'Connell, Mr. see Catholic &c.
the screw dock 298, 347; centenary 304: banks stop payment 273: bank of Parliamentary courtesy 219: parlia-
celebration 397; suuday school cele- England 384: Barbour, Mir. Ameri- ment--opening of 68: Peel, Mr. see
bration

414 can minister, 05, 308, 339: beer, &c. Catholic question, and 121: Pelham,
Baltimore and Ohio rail road-See manufactured 168: bodies, unlawful Mr. 198: pirates 104, 151, 166, 321:
til roads-report of the house of re- disinternet ut for troraufhinongers, Portugal, the affairs of 367, 384, 397

HARVARD
UNIVERSITY

149

police of London 226: poor rates 226: f arriving in 286: "rights of Britons" in marle suund 13: leader, Mr. 24:
population of the empire 118: reve-

350 appropriations for 1999, 200: Arkai-
nue, the, and expenditures 5, 106, Canals—The Morris canal 3; see sus territory 05: liny asiluin 175:
116, 166, 256, 304, 320, 361: priests congress. Projected from Schenec- appropriation bills the vari , 1.1,
bired

289 tady to lakes Oswego and Ontario 52; 16, 22, 24, 25, 26: ulozoriosul arsc-
Scarlett, sir James 320: Scott, sir the Delaware and Iludson 181; state nuls
Walter 122: S. American loans 2:25: of the tuod in N. York 117; N. Y. Daltimore and Ohio rail road 15,41:
Southey, Robert, 350: steam coach canal tolls 222; Mr. Mitchell's re- Baltimore barber 23: Bartlett,lir. 16:
168: spirits, consumption of 273: stock marks about tie Chesapeake and Ohio barracks in Missouri 23: Bassett, Jr.
dividends 398: sugar, W. Indian 367: 53; corner stone of the first lock laid 20: Bates, Mr. and str. VeDufie 3.):
Stephenson, Rowland, the banker, ra- 235; oifcers of the company 271; Buktr, Johis, of Jaine 9 10 32: Ber-
rious notkes of 5, 36, 51, 68, 151, 219, the Dismal Swamp 15, 07, 116, 1.5-7, rell, Mr. 61, 02: DA, Geo. .VI.
222, 223, 226: apprehended in New 232; the Chemung 13.1; cost of keep Canals, the Chesapeake and Dela.
York with the proceedings 51, 65, 219 ing the N. V. canals in repair, &c. Ware 13, 23, 26, 27, 35: the Dismal

Taxes, British 393-see poor rates: 256; Tibbits plan for disposing of Swamp 21: Louisville and Portland
tariff, the American, certain papers the revenue from 306; canai between Cambreleng, Vr. 25: cash duties, re-
concerning sent to the house of com- the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico, report on 157: chair, appeals from the
mons 53: proceedings relative to no-port of the engineers 189; the Cayuga decision of the 20, 47, vi: census, the
ticed 66: English uotices of the repeal and Seneca 222; canals in the U. S. filih 13: Chambers, Vr. 61, 64, 65:
of 413: Tickell, Mr. 4: tobacco raised a list of 187; canals in Penusylvania coinmcrce and cravinution of the U.S.
in Ireland 52: duty on in England 117:30, 101, 370; the Pennsylvania cam 11: constitution, amendment of the 14,
smuggling of 151: permission given to board 119, 131, 147, 148, 263; the 15: cotton and wool, value of the ex-
Irish planters to raise it free of duty Chesapeake and Ohio igi; caual along ports of 26: Critenulun, J. J. 91:
256: "Tom Thumo," the American live vionocacy 302: the Chesapeake Cumberland roud, &c. 11, 04, 20: Mr.
horse 270: tonnage, amount of arrived and Delaware opened 317; canai Randolple's note concerning 11: cus-
at the different ports 202: trade, the through the Muscle Shoals 319; the toms, emoluments of the ollicers of
state of 371; Trant, Mr. anecdote of Farmington canal 414• Delaware ca 12: bonds taken by the collector's of,
220 nal

101 &c. 2?: customs, aincnlment act, the
Usher, Dr. dies
Cannon, P. the murderess 141, 202 British

15
Ward, Geo. dies 167: Wellington, Canova's group of Graces 149, 177 Debates, Gales an' Seaton's Register
the duke of 4: duel with Winchelsea Carpets, manutacture of 28.3 of 30: Decatur, Susan, 26, 17: Detroit,
151: his letter to the duke of Lienster Carroll, gen, of len. sword pre- road from to Chicago 13, 26: disburse-
68: the bishop of Salisbury's letter to sented 10

568 ments in the several stales 21: Dismal
him 166: insulted 167: extract trom Castor oil, anti-tariit

2 Swamp canal 2 i: duties, cash payments
one of his speeches on emancipation Catholic question-se Greui Dril- of, &c. i3. report on

157
202: reported rupture with the king in and Ireland and "editorial," re Exploring exp: dition, corresponel-
273: said to be bribed 412: West, B. (joicings in the U. States on the paso ence, &c. concerning 7: exports of the
sale of his picture gallery 167: wines, sage of the bill

200 U. S. since 1820, 20: executive busi-
the duty on French 255; woman dis Chemical preparations made in the ness, yeuz and nays on motions to go
guised as a man 54: wool, low price U, Status

130 into the consideration of 12; executive
of 337: Westminster Abbey on fire 255 Chili-affairs of the republic 225 journal

33
York minster burned, &r. 88, 122, China--interesting items from 250 Florida

25
Children, manginoth

165 Gent, relating to the treaty of 13, 23
Brooks, J. G. extract from a speecta Chouteau, col. Auguste dies 68 Inoll of the house 35, 58: Hanseatic
of

371

Circle, quadrature ut tie 87 republic 13: Humilton, Mr. 27: Ilayne,
Brown, Amos dies

50
Ciapp, Joci, dies

149 Nir. 13, 22, 23, 01: Hulmes, Mi. 23,
Srown, David and Jonathan, die 223 Clay Sirs. II. a ball given to 161

60
Buenos Ayres-Murder of Dorrego Clay, lleory, dinner to him al lanka Indians, the oi, 25, 27: Indian de.
34; his letter to his wife 67; contracts ingeon and luis speech 39; invited to partinent, appropriations for 22, 21,
to bring colonists rescinded 105; Mr. dine with the managers of the Calt. 25: internal improvements within the
Forbes' letter to Lavalle 66; Lavalle's “faney rag ball” 91; dines with the states 16: amount expended for 29
letter to Mr. Forbes on his interposi- mechanics, &c. at Wheeling, l'a. 115; Jackson, Andrew, his letter to the
tion for the safety of Dorrego 207; anecdote of "the outs and the ins” senate announcing his readiness to take
Luis Dorrego's letter to Mr. Forbes 115; dinner to him at Fred rick, Vd. the oath of oflice 2.): see president.
207: correspondence between Mr. 124; letter to the committee of citi Lands, survey oi the public 13, 15:
Forbes and Velez 229; another revo- zens of Middlesex and Esses coun- expenses of the general land o!llcé 13:
lution 105, 183; liberty of the press in ties, N. J. 125; toast complimentary appropriated to the several states 21:
162; disorders 225, 288, 332, 356; ad- to 319; reaches home 119, 161; Mii the Yazou 57: report on the distribu-
miral Brown 122, 288; the Montene-Clark nominated for the district tion of money arising from 215 10 2 IS:
ros 224, 288; the war with Santa Fe formerly represented by Mr. C. 101; acres of within the lunits of the several
183, 386; privateering abolished 2:35, correspondence with certain citizens stales 259: tbles showing the quanti-
229; beseiged by Rosas 283, 333, 336; of Barilstown, &c. 3:55, 113; dinner is of public fins in each state and
blockade 126; enrollment of foreigu- to hiin at Lexington 234, 265; his low appropriated, &e.

261, 373
ers 288; proclamation of Lopez gov. speech at length 399 to 10i; courtea Mallary; Vr. 25: Macomb, on the
of Santa Fe 288; insult to the French sie's towards him

207 establisburnt of an army asylum 176:
consul 333; he places the subjects of Coleman, William, dies 333 MeDaffic, Vr. 26: his allkir with Mr.
France in charge of Mr. Forbes 333; Coale's Mnemonika," 130 Dics 3): messengers, payment of 23:
the vessels caplured by the French Coal, froin the Schuylkill 280; from Mexico, tradu with 13: canal project-
squadron given up
386 the Villany nincs

334 ed 22: Mississippi land company 16,
Banker till monument $18 Cubil, sublurinys from

37 22,57: mint, seignorage at the 15: Mil-
Cabinet, of the

1, 17, 317

Collin, admiral his present to : Chil, VIT. 53: llonroe, James, clai'ns
Calboun, J. C. an error in a lutter church

80 of

16
of

Collombia, the District of-scene at Navy, pension fund 15, 25, 26, 111:
Calicoes, manufacture of 283, print- the Georgetos a nunnery 319; marine use of spirits in the 16: hospital funt
ing in England

338 barracks ; dinger to Mr. Clay in
Cambreleng, C. 112-sce editorial Washington

30 Pacific ocean, expedition to-sie
and congress. Public dinner to him Columbus, Irving's life of 102 exploring e.rpedition: Panama instruc-
in Washington, N. C. 116; his hun "Columbian Gazette" the newspia ilions 22, 33, 49: debate on the matter at
dred per cent calculations

346 length is, 551061, fil: message of the
Canada-Fortifications in 140;great Comincrce and navigation of the U. president concerning the 24: discos.
dam at the Hog's Neck 168; Ameri. S. statements of

ision on the motion to print, with the
can four imported 254; notions of

Congress.

yeas and nays 24: do. on transferring
American character 269, affairs of' al Acts, passeil at the late session 21: them from the legislative to the exc-
lyded to in parliament 272: settlers ladjournment 27: Alabama lò: Albe. I cutive branch of the senate, 24, 69:

235

377

297 per.

reas and nays 09: the instructions to Congress, appointment of mem Duane, William

161,
The ministers at length 71 to 80: pen- bers of to congress 161, 196, 267 Duelling-opinion concerning an at-
sions, see revolutionary, &c. 23: post Congress, titles of acts passed 21; torney engaged in

91
master general, contracts made by the register of debates 36; atiention to East India company, exposition of
15. president's house, portico of 26, business in 54; profits of the printing the affairs of 105; remarks in a meet-
58: president elect, proceedings rela- of

218 ing held at Bristol 221; see G. B.
tire to the 23: inauguration of with his Congressional business, sprit off and Ireland.
speech 28: printing of certain docu-

162 Eaton, J. H. and Mr. Nourse 163
ments 13, 16, 25, 57: printer to the Connecticut-elections 147; the Eels, a shower of

022
senate 12: public printing 14 Hartford post-office 181; sik made Editorul-on coramerce and navi-

Randolph, Mr.' 41: revolutionary in 181; extracts from governor's mies- gation of the U. S. 1: anti-tariff castor
var, officers and soldiers engaged in saye 189; singular procedure in the oil 2: Panama instructions 65: certain
16, 22, 23, 37: rail road in S. Carolina legislature on a bank bill 302 essays in the Richmond Enquirer, &c.
12: retrenchment, resolations present Colombia -- War with Peru 104, 2, 233, 265: retirement of Mr. Adams
cd by the committee on 25: rules of 121, 347; battle of Tarqui 225; at- 17: to old friends 17: hall of the house
the house

26, 27 tack on Guayaquil and death of ad- of rep. U. S. 35: Mr. Southard's case
Smith, Mr. of Md. 22, 49; Smith, miral Guize 104; arrival of gen. 53: protecting principle, with opinions
Mr. of 's. C. 24: sinking tund, 13: Harrison 121, 134; Bolivar 105, 396; of distinguished persons 81, 130, 178,
Smyth, Mr. A. 14: speaker, the thanks Guerilla lands 121; affairs with Peru 180, 197, 233, 283, 310, 361, 377: ef-
to 27: his address to the house 27: 225; 321; Bolivar declares the consti- tects of the late tariff, price of wool,
states, disbursements in the several 24 tution at an end 152; election of mem- &c. 83, 113, 147, 260, 281, 298: "re-
Tazewell, Mr. 59: tonnage duty bers to the new congress 386; a pro- gular nominations" 363: "steady ha-

22, 24, 25 clamation 339; the new tariff 354; abo- bits” of Virginia 200: Milledgeville
Vinton, Mr. 15: Virginia military lition of slavery in $67; affairs general- Journal 97, 113, 377: Charleston
district

15 ly 152, 347; Senor Pedro Gual 347 Mercury 409: “Boston report” 1, 3,
Warehouse system, report on the Consuls acknowledged 271, 377 249: Boston Gazette 35, 65, 877: cot-
157: Washington and Frederick turn Consulate at Liverpool, 411 ton trade 35, 49, 147: Indian affairs
pike company 23: Webster, Mr. 22:

Cook, Joseph, dies

50 250: death of John Jay 217: treaty
Weems, Mr. 14: wood for the

poor 16: Copperas, manufacture of in Vt. 424 with Turkey 50: Mr. Calhoun's let.
Woodbury, Mr. 61: Wrighi, J. C. 14 Copper ore, communication respecto ter 377: the currency 81: smuggling

Yeas and nays-- In the senatt-On ing 203; raised from the mmes in G. 198, 233, 265, 409; 'free trade" 250
subscribing for stock in the Chesa- Britain

333 Catholic question 85, 98, 128, 177:
peake and Delaware canal 13: on the Corn lawe--see G. B. and Ireland cultivation of sugar 114: cultivation of
bill providing for certain persons en --mode of establishing the averages silk 49: case of gen. Scott 114: money
gaged in the revolutionary war 22: on 290; see flour and grain.

affairs at New York 251: R. Stephen-
going into the consideration of execu Cotton--importations of into Eng. son's case 51, 65: concerning slaves
tive business 22, 23; on laying the re- land and France 3; British project re. 113, 345: Baltimore and Ohio rail road
solution calling for the Panama docu- lative to the importation of 35, 122; 196: M. Raguet 313: of the manufac-
ments on the cable 23: on the motion profitson 49; British diserin nating turers 176, 318: things to be remem-
to print the documents 24, 61, 64; ou (duties on 122; quantity imported into | ed" 198: national debt, &c. 249: ap-
transferring them from the legisla- Canton 349: cotton bagging price of 331: pointments to office 161, 196, 250, 267
ture to the executive branch of the low price of cotton goods 413; factories 313, 315: invasion of Mexico by U.
senate 24, 42 to 48; 70: on the pas in R. island 86; in Augusta Geo. 150; S. 200: hackmen and porters 298: pi-
sage of the bill for the preservation crops in Egypt 53; 165; in Georgia rates and piracy 129: British trade si6:
and repair of the Cumberland road 333; exports of from several staies British affairs 268, 270, 582: revenue
A: on postponing the orders preced- 361product of the last season in 395; on tobacco 282: prospects in Europe
ing the bill providing for an exploring improvements in spinning 116; ship-251: Somersworib, N. H. 130: rapid
expedition to the South seas 21: on ped from Augusta and Hamburg, 131; travelling 361: post-office department
certain proceedings arising from the the trade generally 146; received at 178, 313, 329, 395: manufacture of
nomination of J J. Crittenden 95 New Orleans 289; frauds in the sale | glass 361: of carpets and calicoes 283:
In the house-On the passage of the of 163; large cargo of

181 of flax 393: treaty with England 329,
bill for the preservation and repair of Counterfeits 1:18; Boyer 164, 221 | 330, 361: Methuen treaty S30: case of
the Cumberland road 14: on the ton Craven, John dies

36 Dr. Watkins 285, 298, 315, 421: reply
nage bill 25: on the passage of the bill Creditors, a notice to

221 to Mr. Noah 299: to sundry attacks
for the relief of Susan Decatur 26: on Cross, lieut. U.S. nary sword pre-377: exports of Great Britain and the
extending the Cumberland road west- scnted io

131, 355 United States 382: parting with an old
vardly from Zanesville 26: ou lay. Cuba--Proclamation of the gov- friend

809
ing the motion to print the Panama ernor concerning pirates 50; statis Egypt, the pacha of
documents on the table 27, ou the tics of the island 160, 201; Washing Elections-see the names of the
question of printing certain deficient ton's birth day at Havana 102 stales; electioneering in Alabama 165
documents

57 Currency the state of, an essay on Enigrants going westward S02
Messages of the president--on &c.

81, 209 Episcopal church, conventions of
transmitting a report relative to the Dane, N. his donation to the Harvard
South Seas expedition 7: on state university

270 Everett, E. dinner to him at Nash-
inents concerning the expenses in Debates, Register of

36 ville, Ten. 268; at Lexington, Ky. 297
curred in the survey of the public Debt of the U. States 168; British

Executive patronage, Mr. Benton's
lands 13: on certain ilocuments from opinions of the

285 bills and reports respecting, made in
the commissioners unler the treaty of Decalur, Mrs. Bill the relief of ( 1826,

292 to 296, 323
Gheot 13: on transmitting the Panama 57; see congress

Exploring expedition to the South
documents to the senate 24, 71 Declaration of Independence” in-seas 3,7. See congress.

Reports--Of the sec, of the nary-terusting circumstances attending the Exports of G. B. and the U. S. 389
detailing the expenditures inade for naturing and adoption of 320 Federal, the privateer, case of 327
the exploring expedition to the South Delaware, --concerning electors of Females, on the employment of 169,
Seas, and the correspondence with president 4; juurders in Susses 144;

251
Mr. Hayne

7, to 11 202, dinner to Mr. McLane 387 Field, Dr. Richard, dies 223
Of the senale.On the sinking fund Denerson, col Geo. dies 51 Fire brick, Berry's

301
and public debt
213 Despatch

55 Fire proof dress

167
Of the house of representatives- Diplomatic distinctions

168 Fires-in Washington 3; at Ports-
On the memorial of the Baltimore and Doton, Ephram, dies

223 | mouth, Boston, Huntsville, Savannab
Ohio rail road company 41: on caslı Downes, capt. John, letter respecta and Demarara 4, 134; at Cincinnati,
duties and the warehousmg system 157: ing the affair al port Mahon 206 Ohio, 222; in New York, 119, 148,
on the naval pension fund 174: on Dry dock at Charlestown 235, 422; 221, 349, 410; the money for the re-
a distribution of the proceeds of pub. lat N. York

347 liet of the sufferers from returned to
lio lands 215 to

2181

Dry rot in ships, a remedy for 381 ; N. York from Augusta, Geo. 148

284, 415

Harrison, gen.

Fisher, Clara, the actress 133] Gould, judge James, his communi- ; quors 287; letter from William Hicks,
Flax, cultivation 103; new mode of cation in reply to a letter of J. Q. jr. 370; D. Brearly's letter 357, Onei-
dressing
317, 393 Adams, with the letters of Messrs. das

366
Florida-Lafayette's lands in 181, Hillhouse, &c.

153 to 156 Indiana-Snakes in Fountain coun-
299 Gracie, Archibald, dies 149 ty 149; pubhe lands in

S75
Flour and grain--prices, &c. of in Grandison, C. F. dies

223 Ingham, Samuel, sec'ry. of the trea-
England 4, 38, 68, 87, 118, 132, 145, Grasshoppers, numerous 320 eury 1; invited to a public dinner in
230, 270, 413; do, at the several prin Greece and Turkey-- Evacuation of Philadelphia 205-see treasury de-
eipal markets in the U. States 85, 129, the Morea, reports, &c. 38, 69; armis- partnent,
253; crops in the U. States 394 tice with the Turks 257; national as Internal improvements, amount ex-
Ford, Nathan, dies

119 | sembly 38; Paphellenium 104; block- pended in cach state and territory for
**Fraoklio fund”
285 | ade of the coast 416; Ypsilanti 38, 256;

168
Franklin, Dr. his compliment to the siege of Prevesa 321; schools 198; Le Iron-inachine for making spikes,
queen of France

366 panto 273; gen. Church 38, 385; lord 55; wire 66; for the Baltimore and
"Free trade Advocate" 315 Cochrane 55, 104; Solonica 55; letter | Ohio rail road 235; wrought nails
“Free trade,” British ideas of 49, from Capo d'Istria 291; Rosalie Greo- made by machinery

304
348 pari's letter 163; Limits of Greece, &c. Irving, Washington, 348; his life of
French spoliations, a special mes 104, 105, 183, 385, 408; population 183; Colombus

102
sion to effect a settlement of, &c. 162, Greek clergy in Constantinople 183; Italy-Pope Leo XI., dies 105; cer-
182; memorial of certain citizens of church in Egma 104; successes 224; emonies, elections,&c. observed on the
New York 203; reply of the secretary battle in Boetia 224; M is solonghi, Ana- occasion, &c. 121, 180, 184, 226; re-
of state 274; instructions for Mr. Rives tolica, &c. 368, 385; protocol of the ported disturbances in 152; foreigners
234; remarks of the Journal du Havre conference held in London on the 22d at Rome 152; congress at Rome spo-
411 of March, 1829, 406

416 ken of 273; tempests at Leghorn 321;
French affairs, &c.

Guns and uniforms, acti tariff 299 the holy week at Rome 364, liberalis
Treaty with Spain 5: P. Barras dies Hackmen and porters, conduct of ty of the new pope 255; his populari-
88: Caille's expedition 36: Champol-

298 ty 334; of the clergy 273, 321
lion's 167: death of distinguished per Hail storms

Jacquett, maj. Peter, of the revo-
sons 367: Hohenloe's funeral 385: cle Hall, capt. Jonathan of Vt. 148 lution

178
rical impudence 162, 180: expenses of Hall, the British captain 163, 180 Jay, John,

198, 217
the king 367: his Sunday card parties Hall, judge, his "Ltiters from the Jackson, Andrew, president-ofhis
167: the Dauphin and M. de Martig-West”

253 cabinet 1;- inaugural address 28; does
nae 115; financial fraud 384: the bank Hamilton, James, A. 49, 93, 172; not wait on Mr. Adams 49; various let-
118, 167: the crops of grain 88, 255, see Adams, J. Q

ters from 38, 145, 369; iodisposed
256, 257: bookselling 167: newspa Hamilton, A. gen. Washington's 65; visits the nunnery at Georgetown
pers 37: chamber of deputies 68, 88: opinion of

120 319; fortress Monroe 313; Norfolk
cloth manufacture 367: double vote of Hanse Towns-Imports, exports, 331; Charles Carroll 345, 561; fo-
electors 385, 405: productive power &c.

301 reign notices of his election 65, 167;
of France 289; population 280: C.

121, 134 presented with beef 103; glass ware
Lafayette assassinated 257: king's "Hartford convention,” extracts made for his table

119
speeeh 68: Lafayette, gen. presented from the proceedings of the 19; reso Jefferson, Thomas, his opinions on
with an urn 54. king's compliment to lutions of vs. certain proceedings in the protecting principle 81, 145, 161,
him 255: at the celebration of Wash- the south

114 171, 197; his sketch of certain circum-
ington's birth day 115: speech on the Hat trade in New York

221 stances attending the adoption and
double vote 4u5: mad. Malibran 167: Hatch, George Whitfield, dies 38 maturing the “Declaration of Inde-
mad. Pasta 167: the ministry 88: the Hawley, Jesse, ot N. York, just tri- pendence"

320
army 120: finances 159, 363: tarift bute to

200 Jersey prison ship—the 4th of July
388: Lyons 224, 257: M. Villele 105: Hayne, Mr. of S. C. 3; see congress. on board of

336
Mr. Terneaux 182: Portalis 288: Po Hayti--Condition of emigrants in Jews, number in the world 166
lignac 115, 224: Maria Antoniette's 219; treaty with France

219 Johnson, Richard, the murderer,
Decklace 167: distress in trade 224, Flebrew manuscript

413

36, 163, 181
255, 257: hail storms 224: the police Hemup, growu in Maryland and Johnson, Edward, dies 149
251: war with Algiers 255, 384: wme Kentucky 130; machine for breaking Joliosion, Josial), S. of Lou. S08
growers 224: money paid informally | 218; profitable culture of

270

Justin, midshipman, J. T. dies 149
251: report on the manutaeturng in Hill, Isaac,

365

Kearney, capt. of the U. S. N. at
dustry of England 255: minister Hindoo widows, buried or burned Port Malion

268
leaves Brussels 235: expedition to

348 Kendall, Amos-notices from him
the Morea 988: African lion in Paris Holyoke, Dr. dies, in the 101st year relative to letters and papers sent to
288: state religiou 384: losses by the of his age

101 | his office, with replies, &c. 125, 126;
re volation
38 **Honorables"

163 his letter to Mr. Meriwether 241;
Fuel, cunsumed at New York

Houston, gen. S. see Tennessee. editor of the Argus 366. See case of
Gallows, wonders effecied by 163 Hull's patept trusses

309 Wutlins.
Gautt, capt, of the U. S. army 20$ Ice floods in the Susquehanuab 66; Kentucky-Bank of the common-
Garien, maj. dies 36; his anecdotes ice mountain

151 wealth 181; decision relative to it notes
of the revolution corrected 178 Illinois-Galena-manufacture of 52; hemp grown in 130; elections 410;

Gas, effects of oxygen on a dog 365 Icad 130; business it 304; increase of case of C. Wickliffe 65, 319; Transyl-

Georgia-anti tariff castor oil 2; Mr. population 271; bacon shipped 503; vanta university 198, 222, 252; petro-
Gilmer 223; cultivation of sugar in 162; scarcity of provisions

304 leum, or volatile oil, found in 117
cotton factories at Angusta 150'; coltiin hrdians and Indian affairs--see Key West, lransportion of the mail
shipped 134; U. States troops at Sa- Georgia and congress--the condition to

134
vannah 86; anti-tariff guos and unin of the Cherokees 40; ease of Suidman Kidnappers caught

222
forms 299; the Ceatral bank 317, 351;| 116; Cherokee Alphabet 116; the Kohne, the late Frederick, bis
exports of Savannah 317; the "Mil Creeks 182; Wiley Thompson's letter great bequests

269
ledgeville Journal” 97, 113, 378; fire respecting 231; the president's talk to Lacock, gen. complimented 253
at Augusta 148, 222; at Savannah 134. thero 251; reply thereto by Speckled Lafayette, gen. silver urn presented
See Lutians.

Snuke in council 274; Mr. Eatou's leto by the inidshipmen of the Brandy wine
Gerry, extracts from Austin's life ter to the Cherokee delegation 258; | 54; his leller acknowledging the maps
of

19 policy towards the Indians 250; émi- presented by Virginia 161; his lands
Giles, Sarah, dies

102 grating Creeks 319; claps, rules ob- in the U. Slates 181, 299; interesting
Grimer, Geo. R. of Geo. 223 seved #MUA the 103; whole nuin- anecdote of 414. See French affairs.
Glass, inanufactures of 348, 361; ber in the United States 132; report Lands, the public-see congress-
elegant made for the president 348 ed disturbances among 388; affray circular from the treasury department
Gold, found in N. Carolina, &c. 67, i with 410; resolutions of the Chero- to creditors for 56, 163; land in India
116, 186, 220, 286, 299, 346, 364 | kees to abstain from spirituous ji ap:

378

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