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cas and nays 69: the justructions to i. Congress, appointment of mem-

Duane, Williama

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ihe 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 56; aliention to East India company, exposition of
15. president's house, portico of 26, business in 54; profits of the printing the affixirs of 105; remarks in a meet-
58: president elect, proceedings rela- of

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

102 Erion, J. H. and Mr. Nourse 165
ments 13, 16, 25, 57: printer to the Connecticut-elections 147; the Eels, a shower of

223
senate 12: public printing 14 Ilarilord post-office 151; silk made Editori-on commerce and nasi.

Rardelpli, Mr. 41: revolutionary in 181; extracts from governor's mes gation of the L. S. 1: anti-tariff castor
war, officers and soldiers engaged in sage 189; singular procedure in the oil 2: Panavna instructions 65: certain
16, 22, 23, 37: rail road in S. Carolina legislature on a bank bill 302 essays in the Richmond Enquirer, &e.
12: retrenchment, resolutions present- Colombia-War with Peru 104,/ 2, 233, 265: retirement of Mr. Adarns
ed by the committee on 25: rules of 121, 347; battle of l'arqui 225; at- 17: to old friends 17: hall of the house
the bouse

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' 101; arrival of gen. 53: protecting principle, with opinions
Mr. of 's. C. 24: sinking fund, 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, 316, 361, $77: ef-
to 27: his address to the house 27: 225; 321; Bolivar declares the consti lecis 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, 266, 281, 298: "re-
Tazewell, Mr. 59: tonnage duty bers 10 the new congress 386; a pro- gular nominations" 363: "steady ha-

22, 24, 25 clamation 339; the new tariff 354; aba- bits” of Virginia 200: Milledgeville
Vinton, Mr. 15: Virginia military lition of slavery in 367; affairs general- Jonrnal 97, 113, S77:

Charleston
district

15 15 152, 347; Senor Pedro Gual 347 Mercury 409: “Boston report” 1, S,
Warehouse system, report on the Consuls acknowledged 271, 377 2494 Boston Gazette 35, 65, 577: cote
157: Washington and Frederick turn- Consulate at Liverpool, 411 ton trade 35, 49, 147: Indian affairs
pike company 25: Webster, Mr. 22: Cook, Joseph, dies

50 250: death of John Jay 217: treaty
Weens, Mr. 14: wood for the poor 16: Copperas, manufacture of in Vt. 421 with Turkey 50: Mr. Calhoun's lei-
loodbury, Mr. 61: Wright, I. C. 11 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 stuck in the Chega- Britain

333 Catholic question 85, 98, 128, 177:
peake and Delaware canal 13: on the Corn laws-see G. B. and Ireland culuivation 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
te 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 table 23: on the motion profitson 49; British discriminating turers 178, 318: "things to be remem-
to print the documents 24, 61, 64; on duties on 122; quanuity imported into ed” i98: national debi, &c. 249: ap-
transferring them from the legisla- Canton 349: cotton bagging price of 531: pointments to office 161, 196, 250, 267,
ture to the executive branch of the low price of cotton goods 4i3; factories 513, 315: invasion of Mexico by V.
senate 24, 42 10 48; 70: on the pas- in R: Island 86; in Augusta Geo. 150; S. 200: Hackmen and porters 298: pi-
sage of ihe bill for the preservation crops in Egypt 53; 105; in Georgia rates and piracy 129: British trade 316:
and repair of the Cumberland road 333; exports of from several staies British affairs 268, 270, 382: revenue
24: on postponing the orders preced- 361; product of the last season in 395; on tobacco 282: prospects in Europe
ing the bill providing for an exploring improvenients in spinning 116; sluip- 251: Somersworih, N. H. 130: rapid
expedition to the South seas 24: on ped from Augusta and Hamburg, 134; travelling 361: post-office department
certain proceedings arising from the the trade generally 146; received at 178, 315, 320, 395: manutacture of
nomination of J J. Crittenden 95 New Orleans 289; frauds in the sale / glass 301: of carpets and calicoes 283:
In the house-On the passage of the of 103; large cargo of

181 od flax 393: treaty with England 329,
bill for the preservation and repair of Counterfeits 118; Boyer 161, 221 330,361: Methuen treaty 330: case of
The Cumberland road 14: on the top- Craven, John dies

36 Dr.'Watkins 285, 298, 315, 421: reply
page 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. navy sword pre-377: exports of Great Britain and the
extending the Cumberland road west- sented to

IS1, 355 United States 382: parting with an old
wardly from Zanesville 26: on lay- Cuba-Proclamation of the gov- friend
ing the motion to print the Panama ernor concerning pirates 50; statis- Egypt, the pacha of
documents on the table 27, on the lies of the island 160, 2017 Washing- Elections-gee the naines of the
question of printing certain deficient ton's birtle day at Havana 102 states; electioneering in Alabama 105
documents

57 Currency the state of, an essay on Emigrants going westwara SOS
Micssages of the president--on &c.

81, 209 Episcopal church, conrentions 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 15: on certain ilocuments from opinions of the

285 bills and reports respecting, made in
the commissioners under the treaty of Decatur, Mrs. bill for the relief of 1826,

292 to 296, 323
Ghent 13: on transmitting the Panama 57; sce C0157058

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

Reports--Of the ser. of the navy- teresting circumstances attending the Exports of G. B. and the U. S. 382
detailing the expenditures made for maturing 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; murders in Sussex 144;

251
Mr. Hayne

7, 10 11 1202, dinner to Mr. Melane 387 Field, Dr. Richard, dies 223
Of the senate-On the sinking fund Deperson, col Gev. dies 51 Fire brick, Berry's

301
and public debt
213 Despatch

Fire proof dress

167
of the house of representatives, Diplomatic distinctions

168 Fires in Washington 3; at Ports-
On the memorial of the Baluinore and Doton, Ephrain, dies 223 mouth, Boston, Huntsville, Savannah
Ohio rail road company 41: op cash Downes, capt. John, letter respect and Demarara 4, 134; at Cincinnati

,
duties and the warehousing system 157: ing the aftair al port Mahon 206 Obio, 222; in New York, 119, 148,
on the naval pension fund 174: on Dry dock at Charlestown 235, 422; 221, 349, 410; the money tor the rea
a distribution of the proceeds of pub at N. York

347 lief of the sufferers from returned to
lic land: 215 to

218! Dry rotin ships, a remedy for 381 · N. York from Augusta, Geo. 148

409

284, 413

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Fisber, Clara, the actress 133! Gould, judge James, his communi-1 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, willi the letters of Mesers das

366
Florida-Lafayetie's lands in 181, i tillhouse, &c.

153 to 156 Indiana--Snakes in Fountain coun-
299 Gracie, Archibaldi, dies 149 ty 1 19; public lands in

373
Flour and grain--prices, &. of in Giannison, C. E. Jies

223 Inghain, Samuel, sec'ry. of the trea-
England 4, 38, 68, 87, 118, 132 145.1 Grasshoppers, numerous 320) sur: 1; insited to a public dinner in
230), 270, 413; do. ut time serai Greecruinn Turkru-- Evacuation of Pbitanduphia 205– see treasury de-
cipal mark is n tlor U. Suates 85, 1 29. the Horea.repirts, &c. 38, 69; armis- partneni.
253; crops in the U. States Sei i tice with the Tirk 257"; nat onal 18- Internal improvements, amount ex-
Fort, Nathan, Jies

1491 sernbils j8; Panhelli nion, lui; block. I pended in each state and territory for
Franklin fund”
85 'acle of the coast 116; Ypsilanti 38,250,

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

360 panto 273; gen. Church 38, 385; lord | 55; wire 66; for the Baltimore and
"Free trade Advocate" 313 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

30-
318 pari's letter 163; Limits of Greece, &c. Irving, Washington, 348; his life of
French spoliations, a special mes. 104, 105, 183,585,408; population 183; Columbus

102
sion to effect a settlement of, &e. 162, | Greek clergy in Constantinople 183; Italy, Pope Leo XI., dies 105; cer-
182; mcmorial of certain citizens of church in Egin: 104; successes 22 h; emonies, elections,&c. observed on the
New York 203; reply of the secretary battle in Brieta 22+; Missolonghi, Aia- occasion, &c. 121, 180, 181, 226; re-
of state 274; instructions for Mr. Rive's Lolica, &c. 368. S$5; protocol of the ported disturbances in 152; foreigners
234; remarks of the journal du Havre conference held in London on the 2011 at Rome 152; congress at Rome spo-
40 of March, 1929, 406

416 ken of 275; tempests at Leghorn 321;
French affui: s, &c. ,

Guns and uniforms, aoti lariff 209 the holy week at Rome 364, liberali.
Treaty with Spam 5: P. Barras dies Hackmen and porters, conduct of ly of the new pope 255; his populari-
38: Caille's expedition 36: Champol-

298 1 331; of the clergy

273, 32
lion's 167: death of distinguished per- Jlail storms

Jacquett, maj. Peter, of the revo.
sons 367: Hohenlor's funeral 385; cle- Hall, capi. Jonathan of St. 148 lution

178
rical inipudence 162, 180: expenses of IIall, the British captain 103, 180 Jay, John,

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

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

ters from 38, 145, 369; indisposed
256, 257: bookselling 107: newspa- Hamilton, A. gen. Washington's 65; visits the nunnery at Georgetown
pers 37: chamber of deputies 68, 88: opinion of

120 519; fortress Monroe 313; Norfolk
cloth manufacture 367: double vote of Hanse Towns--Imporis, exports, 351; Charles Carroll 345, 361; fo-
elector: 385, 105: productive power &c.

301 reigu notices of his election 65, 167;
of France 289; population 281): C.

Harrison, gen.

121, 134 presented with beet' 103; glass ware
Lafayeite assassinated 257: king's "Hartford convention,” extracts inside for his table

119
speech 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: epeech on the It trade in New York

221

stances altending the adoption and
double vote 105: mid. Malibran 167: Iatch, George Whitfield, dies 36 maturing the “Declaration of Inde-
road. Pasta 167: the ministrs 88: the Hawley, Jesse, of N. York, just ti'n pemence”

320
army 120: finances 159, 363: tar.ft Oute to

200) Jersey prison ship--the 4th of July
338: Lyons 221, 257: M. Villi le 105: Uavne, Mr. of S. C. 3; see congrees. on board of

336
Mr. Terneaux 182: Portalis 248: Po- Huyti--Condition of emigrants in Jews, number in the world 166
lignac 115, 224: Maria Antonietta's! 219; trcaty with France

219

Johnson, Richaril, the murderer,
necklace 167: distress in trade 924, Hebrew manuscript

413

36, 163, 181
255, 257: hail storms 224: the police Ilemp, grows in Maryland and

Johnson, Edward, dies

149
251: war with Algiers 255, 384: wine Kentucky is0; machine for breaking Johnston, Josiah, S. of Lou. 308
growers 24: money prais informally 218; profitable colline of

270

Justin, midshipman, J. T. dies 149
%51: report on the nightclurug - Hill, Isaac,

365

Kearney, capt. of the U. S. N. at
dustry of England 235: minister Ilondoo widows, buried or burned Port Manon

268
leaves Brussels 2.35: expection to

348

Kendall, Amos-notices from him
the Morca 238: Anzcan lion in Paris Holyoke, Dr. dics, in the 101st year relative to letters and papers sent to
288: state religion 391: losses by the, of his age

101 bis office, with replies, &c. 125, 126;
revolution
33! llonorables"

163 his letter to Mr. Meriwether 241;
Fuel, consumed at New York 3 Tlouston, gen. S. see Tennessee. editor of the Argus 306. See case of
Gallows, wonders effecied by 16.3 Hull's patent trusses

309 Watlains.
Gantt, capt, of the U. S. rm 200 Ice fools in the Susquehannalı 66; Kentucky-Bank of the common-
Garden, maj. dies Sü; bis anecdotes ice mountain

151 wealth 181; decision relative to it notes
of the revolution corrected

170 Tumois-G len:1-minutacture of 52; hemp grown in 130; elections 410;
Gas, effects of oxygen on a dog 305 lend 130; bu inss at 301; merease of case of C Wickliffe 65,319; Transyl-

Georgru-anti taralt 019191 es 2; Wr. p.pulution 271; bacva shipped 303; vania university 198, 2:22, 252; petro-
Gilmer 223; cultivation ot 5!!,7 m 102; scarcity of proves

304 leum, or volaule oil, found in 117
cotton factories at Agusta 154'; Colin Indians Red Indian affairs-ste Key West, transportion of the mail
shipped 13 l; U. Suites troops at Sa-, Georgia and congress--the condition to

134
vannah 86; anti-tariff guns anii unin of the Cireiokees 40; ease of Sudman Kidnappers caught

222
forins 209; the Central bank 317, 351; 116; Cherokee Alphabet 116; the Kohne, the late Frederick, his
exports of Savannah 317; the “Mil-. Creeks 182; Wiley Thompson's letter great buquests

269
ledgeville Journal”?97, 113, 378; tiri i respecting 231; the president's talk to Lacock, gen. complimented 253
at Augusta 148, 222; al Savannah 134. thein 237; reply there to by Speckled Lafayelte, gen. silver urn presented
See Indians.

Snuke in council .it; Mr. Eaton's lit by the midshipmen of the Brandy winc
Gerry, extracts from Ausin's briller tv the Chrukre delegation 258; ! 54; bis letter acknowledging the maps
of

19 policy towases the Indians 250; emis present i by Virginia 101; his lands
Giles, Saralı, dies

102

graving Cricks 319; claus, mules ob. in the U. Stala. 181, 299; interesting
Glmer, Gr R of Gen.

3 severi Jinon.

he 103; wiole num- anecdote od 414 See French affairs.
Glass, manufactures of 348, 361; : ber in the United suks 136; report- Lands, the puble--see congress-
elegant made for the president 313 ed disturbances among 388; aj ay circular from the treasury department
Gold, foundt in N. Carolina, &c. 67, with 410; resolutions of the Chero- 10 creditors for 56, 163; land in India
116, 186, 220, 286, 299, 316, 30* 1 kees to abstain from spiritous lie ana

373

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Las Damas Argentinas--see pirates Maryland-Mr. Clay at Frederick Mundus, Elizabeth, a great female
123; hemp grown in 130; presenta

270
Liwandlaw cases--Baptist church tion of swore's by the governor 131, Murders in Edinburg 4; see Great
7 Philadelphia 86; duelling in Ten- 355; trade of the Susquehannah 252; Britain and Ireland; in New York
essee 91; case of an insolvent in Ca- Episcopal church 284; Swearingen thi! 36, 163, 181; in S. Carolina 149; 221;
al. 116; concerning m:rried women murderer 53. 134; penitentiarv 163 in Maryland 53, 134: in Delaware 1 14,
10; on striking a private soldier 116; Massuchusets.. elections 117. 9.34

202
queolcase at Alexandria, Col. 120; legislature meris 254; inhabitants of Nails, wrought, lig machinery S04
concerning a stag driver 148; con- the state 258; name of a town changed Naral--com. Tingey's death 36;
chips of court 133, 300; brig Seneca in

316, 419 com. Biddle's entry into Cadiz 37; his
220; acceptance of draft 150; money Masonic-anti masonic convention correspondence with the baron da
fost in gaming 151, tea case 148; !--- at Albany, N. Y 37; articles shewing Prata 127; the Constellation 218; ves-
Hivery of goods 165; patent cause (hat the excitement 134; sec New York seis at Havana and Matanzas 147: the
bodies) 180; important to Pittsburg, a state.

Grampus 218; Hornet 218; affair at
Tand claim 188, 199; points in com- Masonic exhibition in N. Y. city Port Mahon between the crews of the
mercial law 201; U. S. hank rs. Owens 285; surrender of charters recom- Java and French brig Faune 207, 274;
201; slander 222; Plunket is. state of mended

52 midshipmen of the Brandy wine's pre-
Alabama 297, 271; judge Crawford's Masquerades in N. York 86, 148 sent to Lafayette 54; midshipmen
opinion, bank of the U. S. 268; judge Matlack, Timothy, dies 149 passed 66; Pennsylvania 167; Shark
Thompson's on the alljournment of a May, C. F. dies

119 218; Erie 218; Hudson 218; appoint-
court 289; Hull's truss 309; privateer Mayo, lieut. sword presented to ments 67; Guerriere 218; St. Louis
Federal $27; on publications relative

131, 355 218; Lexington 218; case of the Dol-
to cases in judice 339; fraudulent McDuffie, Mr. and Mr. Bates of phin and Libertad corvette 101; Fair-
bankruptcy 350; Baltimore and Oh Mo.

33 licid 218; naval pension fund 174;
rail road, &c. 565; Aune Royall 391. Mcllvain, James, a letter from about Porpoise (218; clry dock at Charlestown
See case of l'obias liutkus.

sheep and woul

346, 351 235; destrucion of the Falton 252,
Lazoo, the South American imple- McLane, Allan,dies

223 | 269; dinner to captain Kearney 268;
ment

Melane. Louis, dinner to 387 capt. S. Cassin 301; reply of the sec-
Lead, made at Galena

130

Melean, Johın of Ohio, late P. N. retary of the navy on a representation
Lee, Philip, a colored man 4

gen. 1, 34; compliment to 55; his of the recent piracies 103; commodore
Lehman, Dr. dies
101 letter to D. Green

422 Creighton 297; the Boston 332; the
Leller's received in N. York 148 Mechanics, col. Knapp's estimate Ohio 297; presentation of swords by
Liberia- leath the rev. Lont Ca- of

411 | the state of Maryland to capt. Ballar!
rey 66; Dr. Rundail arrives 66; he dies Melville, Maj. of Boston 149 and lieuty. Cross and Mayo 131, 355
285; progress of, &c. 85, 285; Dr. Men, generations of

209 Nitry timher

132
Mechlin
285 Meteoric stone calls in Geo.

270

New Hampshire-assessment of
Lile, loss of in batile
131 * Viethner, trent"

331 taxes in 36; elections 19, 67, 254, 269;
Lightning, deaths by

269 Merico-Expulsion of the Span- Somersworth 130; Dame of a town
Lincoin, Amos, dies
50 cards 53, 105, 152, 183, 199; the de- change in

346
Loan of May 1814

285 cree 2018; said to be suspended 286; New Jersey--the Morris canal 3;
Larusis, numerous 270), 320 new tarift 354; list of articles the im. Samuel L. Sollhard 4, 141; Hoboken
Longevity, cases of 37, 50, 51, 67, portation of which is prohibited 320; bank 49; cultivation of fas in 103;

149.223, 413 distresses, disrders, do. 286, 568; correspondence of certain citizens of
> Louisiana---slaves disturbed 53; tradle of U. S. with 424; com. Por: (with J. Adams 106; New Bruns-

white criminals 149; colinn received ter 225, 331, 378; officer's of govern-wich 221; Patterson bank 235; arrest
at N. Orleans 289; commerce of New ment appointed 225; expedition against of the mail

148
Orleans 303; vessel: 1 318; dione r to from Spain 181, 289, 321, 332; Bara Newspapers and public officers
Mr.J.S. Johnson 308; emagrants from radas' proclamation to the inhabitants see Amos kandall, 125; Mr. Ingham's
Mexico 364; yellow fever in 411; 355; Guerrero installed 225; rejic- circular 10 editors of 126; large news-
Spanish troops arrive at 411 ings on general Jackson's election 167; paper at Pekin 168; editors of appoint-
Lyon, Patrick, dies
245! Pedraza sails for England 105, St. ed to office

250
Vackerel fishery, value of, &c. 347 Anna 368; invasion of Mexico by U. Now York--slate--weights and
Ilartuguscar--interment of the king S. troops--2ov. Miller's letter 199; measures 2; banks and banking in,

287 | tax on incomes 332; do. op rents of various 65, 102. 117, 134, 182, 223,
Madison, James--sce l'irginia; -x- estates

382 284; Buffalo 222; canals, &c. the Erie
truci from his remonstrance against Michigan, trial for conicinpt in 133 271; Cuynga and Seneca 222; Che-
the bill for establishing a provision or Miftiin, S. of Pennsylvania 68, 198 mung 134; the fund, &c. 117, 306;
teachers of the Christian religion 123; Military-appointments 67; see ar- tolls 222; repairs, &c. 286; Mr. Tib-
his opinion on the protecting principle my of the U. S.

bett's essay 306; projected from Schen-
81,171
Military statistics

367 ectady 52; anti-masonic convention 37;
Magnetic pole discovered 319

Military academy--see army of the charters surrendered 52; of the ex-
Mabon, the affair at 207, 274 | U. Sutes.

citement 134; various legal and other
Mails--on the Sabbath-remarks Milita musters

285 proceedlings 218, 234, 263; about More
on Mr. Johnson's l'eport 5; stopperi Hilis, E. H dies,

223 gun's boily 302, 318; Albany 149;
in N. Jersey 148; robber pardone Miint of the U. S. corner stone of Hudsor mer 102; lake Erie 253; le-
223; difficulties in the transmission of land

336 gislature 182; Jessc Hawley 200; lot.
4; does not arrive at Balt.

313

Afint, tiew 119; assays of specie ieries 180; Niagara talls 102; capt.
Muine -- Mr. Linenin delines are made at the

411 Reed 119; Saratoga S60; electoral law
clection 52. See N. E. boundary. Mitchell, Dr. his remark about a 201; Mr. Van Buren resigos 56;
Malibran, madam, the vocalist 167 law to keep the Sabbath day 221 schools 52; Seneca lake

85
Mammoth bones

350) Jioners toreign, value of 288 New York í city )- suel S; R. John-
Manufactur:s-see tarif and echito- Monroe, James convalescent 65 son's cs:• 36, 163, 181; elections, &c.
riu--sales of in Boston 29 67; quae Voore, T. P. at Baltimore 65,90 36; Catholic association 299; monu-
lity of shipped from Baltimori 49; Voigan affan --se New York and meni to Emm-11222; masquerades 84,
opinions of Washingtou Jet-7901, &c. masonic.

148; sales of ground 149; hat irade
on the policy o proleeling 81; citrus- Mississipai reirl' na: izauon of the 221; conko siing auctions 184; musical
ses among the maenurers:7, 206,

222 festival 222; nioney affairs 251; City
031, 51°, see tool and woollens; the Missouri. Prosperity of St. Louis Hall 371; Rowland Stephenson 51;
nismess reviving,

297 181; gov. Jilbaas ditir un ording American Insurance company 221;
Maps of the U. States, Nir. Tan troops into Mexico 199; the "Bei chemical manutactures 150; the Ful-
ner'a new
101 cop” newspaper

377 ton frigate 252, 269; fres 119, 148,
Muhlenburg, the res. A. H. 181 221, 349; licenses 229; city conven-
of a steamboat Mulberry trees and silk worms, ' tion 268; passengers arrived at 301,
118, Vernon's treatise on

49.318; state of trade 317; Clinton Hall

254

348; "Tattersallis*) 133; Clinton mar. 225; treaty with Colombia 225; revo- Quaker: the appeilation ciaimed as
ket 133; ship letters 148; frauds on lutionary 386, 397; Preuba trigate a proud oile

101
goods imported 398; Mr. Schenck's

:397 Rags, new method of bleaching 319
exposition

4161 Petroleum, or volatile oil, discovere Ragnet, Mr. of the Free trade Alle
Netherlands-Flushing deci tred aest in hy.

1171 vocate."

313
free port 88; arbitration of the king Philadelphia-revenue derived from Raphael, a celebrated pict'r wy,
between the U. S. and G. B. 88 by the staf 86; First Baptist church stolen

107
Newton, Thomas, “the Sither of 56; «elebration of the 411 of Juli in R:ndolph, John, his note on the
coogress” 161; error responding core 251; Koline'y bequests 209, the Catho-passage of the Camberiand rouil bill
rected

2011 ile Stalinn 200), 92%, 235, 41: remark concerning the convention
Noah, Mr. M. of the N. Y. E1- Franklin tund 285; inspect1018 00,
quirer

221 Sr. Joseph's orphan asylum: 371; the Rail roads--eugines for 91: Wi-
North Curolina-sulphate of baites universny buildings 104; clection of nans' car 333: Balumore and Ohio-
found in 34; the Neuse river 2.22; goid mayor ist; the out alms house report of the congressional committee
found in 07, 116, 186, 220, 286, 299, 301; the hospital 302; dogs killed 348; 41: reported riots on 409: progress of
346, 364, 416: Cape Fear river 222; ta- commerce of the port

334 the road 53, 196; the injunction 356;
milies without bibles 302; Mr. Brancis Pickering, Timothy, his monument estimales 386; iron for 234; stockhold-
at Halifax 145; Fayeticvile 347; in-

300 eis 349; letter and report of the en-
fernal improvements 414;electioos 410 Pigeons, great nuinbers of 201 gineers 92, 273; rail road in S. Caro-

North Eastern boundary-see Jolm Piracı-case of the brig Attentive lina 286; of transportations on rail
Buker-reported order' respecting 50, 123; vessels sent to Cuba tu l'e- roads 196; roads in the U. States 187;
164; testimony to be submitted to the press it 65; pirates caught at Havana rail way for strips

347
king of the Netherlands 180; corres- 220; hung at S. Thomas 86, 102, 1.29; Religious liberty in the U.S. 122
pondence of Messrs. Lincoln, Clay case of the Amedee 130; the Topaz Revenue of the U. S. decrease in
and Vaughan

232 202; remarks on pirucies 1S1; the Erie the 234: secured in N. Y. 413: Mr.
Norton, B. H. who was appointed and Federal 234; decision of the court Schenck's expose of frauds on 416
postmaster at Harford 181, 244; see in regard to 327; recognition of a pi- Revolutionary-address of certain
appointments.

rate, Eng. 151; pirates apprehended soldiers 10 president Jackson, &c. 38:
Nova Scotia-troubles in 165 164; British naval order respecting heroes of the army still living 284: ex-
Nourse, major, J. H. Eaton's note 164; Brazilian schooner Francisco 235; tract from a speech of J. G. Brooks

103 bills found in Baltimore 254 respecting 371: maj. Jacquelt's recol-
Nourse, James, dies
223 Plaids, machine for weaving 270 lections of the revoluuon,

179
O'Brien, the rev. Dr. B. dies 50 Plumer, William, see politics of Rhine, navigation of the 349
Officers of the federal government 1808, and J. Q. dums.

Rhode Island-the arcade at Pro-
165 Politics of 1808; Mr. Adam's cor- | vidence 52: cotton factories in 87: the
Ohio-correspondence of certain ci- respondence with certain gentlemen legislature adjourns
uizens with J. R. Adaros 107: Gre at of Massachusetts, 1; various papers Rich, how to become

318
Cincinnati 222: Cleveland 302: San- thout pertain to the controversy 17 to Ritgely, C. of Hauspion, dies 366
dusky
130 | 20, 85, 93, 153, 156, 172, 173, 174

Rittenhouse, effect of astronomy on
Opium consumed in China 165 Porter, com, see lexico.

his and

381
Owen, Robert, and Mr. Campbell Portugal o king Miguel 38, 88;

Rotterdam--Mr. Wambersie's cir-
154 refugees 6, 88, 255; Terceira various cular to merchants, &c.

931
Ox, a large one

4 notices of 38, 55, 101, 105, 118, 184, Royall, Anue 334, 346: opinion of
Panama -see congress, the instruc- 224, 288, 368, 385; St. Michaels 416; the court in her case

390
tions the ministers at length 71 to 80 i destructive storms 184, 244, 234, Rural spores!

SSS
Papierlinge, a new manufacture 256; paper currency 235, 256; re- Russia anu Turkey, &c.-proposi.

270 ported interposition of England 255; tions for peace 38, 55, 104, 105, 121,
Pardoning power, exertion of 357 lisorsiers, murders imprisonments, 218, 251: Constantine 137: negocia-
Parties, the old

365 &c. 58, 55, 105, 152, 170, 185,224, wou of loans 415: preparations for the
Parthian, the ship, duties on her 234, 288, 319, 385, 416; attention to cainpaign, &c. 38, 55, 69, 88, 104, 251,
cargo

222 the young queen in England 255; Don 273, 397: blockade of Alexandria 256
Passengers arrived at N. York 301, Pedro's resolution 152; dismissal of navy 101, 361: battles 89, 104, 121,

318 consuls 288; insurrection of Oporto 198, 257, 273, 321, 316, 367, 397, 411,
Palent office, circular of the super- 288, 385, 416; case of the Libertad stukness and distress 101: reported
intendant

299 and Dolphin schooner 101; consul alliance with Prussia 105: Varpa 121:
Peabody, Ebenezer, dies 50 not accredited

235 the minister v Persia asasspated 181,
Pennsylvania-nomination of gover- Post uffice depariment--post mas. / 224; affairs in Inilachia 256,321, 546.
nor $5; port of Laucaster 181; various tre general, the late 1, 34; corres emperor and empress at Warsaw 273,
notices of the canals 37, 86, 119, 154, pondence with the clerks 55; Ius lelo 321: Nicholas to be crowned king of
164, 270, 285, 297, 370; the Codorus ir io Duf'Green -12; on the manage. Poland 321: earthquake in Bischirest
162; Pa. bospital 302, Pittsburg, im- m-01 178, 313, 329; Vir. Barry are

547
portant claim for land in 188 199; rives in Washington 102; app into Sabbath day
manufactures at 52, 66, 348; of the medis 118, 119, 133, 149 163, 181; Salisbury, Edward, dics 119
justices of the peace 222; on "regular circular to post masters 205; in re- Salmon--price of in Boston 164;
nominations” 563; the Susquehannah gard to extra postage 395; case of the fishery on Kemebeck river 180
66, 150; Mr. Kelley dies 86; Dr. Len Norton 181, 4removal of Mr. Salt Springs on Grand river 235
man dies 8C; gov. Shulze at Puula-Platt, &c. 311, 305; arrest of the Sands, Comioit, a man of the re-
delphia 277; Str. Wolf nominale:1/ mail in N. Jersey

148 volution

347
194; provisions at Pilisburg 132; St. Powers, Wale dies

223 Sardinia, heir of the throne of siz
Paul's church in 333; correspondence Presbyterian church, condition of Schenck, H. his exposition 416
of certain manufactures at 316, 352; the

358 Scott, gen. W. his case, &c. 115;
revenue derived from Philadelphia 86; President of the U. S. sec Jackson,

149
lumber from sent up the canal 302, / Andrew.

Screw dock at Balumore 298, 347
anti masonic convention 304; Jacob Printing extraordinary 30); in Con- Seal, a white

164
K. Boyer 164, 221; “Mong Chung stantinople

112 Sedella, tather Antonia de, dies 36
281; bill concerning canals and rail Prometheans, a new pocket light Shad, price of

8C
roads 147, 148; the Connestoga 164;

286 Shillings of New England 295
amount expended on roads and canals Prussia treaty with 65; treaty of Sheep-sme woul, low price of in
148; loans authorized
297, 317 commerce and navigation with the C./ Pennsylvania

8.4
Pensions, &c.-regulations of 103, Staies 95; the Vistula ovci tlows 224, Sherioan, ilenry, dies

1:19
296)
255 Shipping, casualines of

300
Peru war with Colombia 104; see Pui, John D. dies

68

Shooting game killed in Pa. 102
Colombia, Guayaquil and death of die Pyrometer, a new one

334 Siamese, youths, remarkable forma-
miral Guise 104; battle of Tarqui! Quinonina, bark, scarcitv of 201 irion or

412

221

Shultz, llenry S. C.

101 Susquehannah, river trade of the danalles 273, 331: Izet Mahomet 137.
Sicily. The king afflicted with blind.

252, 299, 317 afixars in Asia

S21
ness 152; his eldest son a bankrupt in Swearingen, Geo.

53, ISA
Value, creations of

131
London

167 Tariff-See manufactures and wool, Van Buren, Mr. appointed secreta-
Silkworms and roulberry trees, &c.-various articles shewing the ope- ry of stale 1: un resigning the office of
Vervon's treatise on 49; manufacture rution of 1, 83, 97, 113, 131, 145, 180, overnor of N. York, &c. 56: letter
of in Connecticut 182; cultivation of 283, 297, papers relative to sent to the io a republican committee 89: com-
in Ireland

414 1. house of commons 53; noticed in plimentei at New York 89: his arri.
Silver coin, exporting from Eng Englisto papers €6; $ov.

Miller's is at Washington 102: correspon-
land

594 speech 369; correspondence at Pilis- /dence will Mir. Slade 241 to 244: vis-
Slade, Wm. his correspondence Durg concerning 310, 352; opinions its Wilmington 361: the degree of L.
with Mr. Van Buren 241 to 244 of Mr. Madison, Jefferson &c. on the L. D. conterred on him

361
Slander, case of

222 protecting principle 81, 171; opera- Van Wart, Isaac, one of the cap-
Slaves and slavery--slaves released! tion of after June 30, 285; "apology turers of Arvre, monument to 291
3; rising of in Louisiana 53; decrease for America" 145; manitesto of the Vermont-elections 49, 222, 349:
of slaves 11S; imported into Brazil Edinburg Review” 145; extract from I manuructure of copperas in

424
102; the trade 104, 219, 226, 367, 41!; Mr. Davis letter 131; sentiments of Vine, cullitation of the

119
abolition in Virginia 345, 356; in Co- the south 318; discussion in the legis- Virginia.-various proceedings in
lombia 367; captured
365 lature of Virginia

2 concerning the tariff 2: do. in 1808,
Smith, William S. dies

67

Taylor, col. Richard dies 51 100: Latayeites letter to the gov. 161:
Smuggling, &c. 198, 233, 253, 410 Taylor, John R. dies 68 Richmond 26% tobacco inspected 348:
Snakes in Indiana

149

"Tea case” in N. York 148 about "state rights" 55, 65: of the
Solar system, a new theory of the 3 Tecth made of glass

201 convention 86, 101, 181, 254, 285, 300,
Southard, Samuel L. clected attor- Telegraph, the U. S. 9pd N. Y. 410: Dismal swamp canal 55, 67, 116,
ney general of New Jersey 452; com- Courier

328 134, 252: Wheeling 298: members of
plementary toast in tavor of 50; cor- Teller, tlenry R. dies

50 congress 220: Norfolk inspection 301:
respondence of with certain citizens Tennessee. Prosperity of the state Mr. Newton 161,200: Inemorial con-
of Rahway, N. J.

141 52; gen. Houston resigns the office cernig slavery 345, 356: Messrs.
South sea, exploring expedition to of governor 171; alledged motives Madison, Monroe and Marshall 101,
the 3; see exploring expedition. tor, &c. 179, 198; distr: ss in produc-

181
Southern sentiments--disuwon pro-ed by a bankrupt 286 Nashville 223; Vineyard Sound, vessels that passe
jects 84; vs. the Hartford convention sword presented to gen. Carroll, 568 ed

363
114; Mr. Davis' letter

131

Thompson Mr. a member of con- Washin ton-his birth day observed
South Carolina. David R. Wil- gress trom Ky.

164 in Paris 114: a portrait of him in Eng-
liams 99; cotton tactories estabiashing Tingey, Thomas of the U. S. navy land 118: buis opinion of A. Hamilton
99, 223; case of a murderer long un- dies

36 120: a letter to his wife

307
detected 149, 221; pardon granted to Toasts drunk at Boston on the in. Washwgton, Geo C. dinner to 100
Jacobs 357; rail road projecteld 286; auguration of H. G. Ous 50; drunk in Watkins, Tobias, bis case-opinions
decrease of slaves 114; South Caro- Paris on Washington's birth day 115, of judge Cranch on the various points
lina in 1812 and 1828, 324; "Charles- drunk in S. Carolina

395 that occurred during the trial 235 to
ton Mercury” 409; gold found in 299: Tonnage of the U. S. 1: amount of : 240, 276 to 280, 341 10 344, 374 10
gov. Miller's speech 361, 369; white arrived ai British ports

202 (376: opinion of judge Thruston 309:
population of Charleston

300

Treaty with England, rumors of a affJavit of Kendall, which caused the
"South”a writer in the "Columbia

329, 345, 361 arrest of Watkins 275: proceedings
Telescope"

129 Treaties, the power to make 386 of the court, remarks, documents, &c.
Southern republics, condition of Tree, a large one

165 240, 285, 298, 315, 339, 359, 389, 421:
The 132; dividends due by 113

Tunver for th navy
133 sentence of the court

421
South America, population of 203 Tobacco, quanrly raised iu Ireland Wambersie, Mr. the U. S. consul
Spain. Treaty with France 5; bishi- 52: the duty on 147: revenue ou re- at Rotterdam

231
ops for South America 69; military ceived by G. Britain 282: inspected

Warren, Esaias, dies

223
custom house officers 152; proscrip- in Va.

349 Washington, a British account of the
tion of the clergy 152, Cadiz a free Tom, an aged negro, dies 119 capture of

199
port 152, 226, 286; earthquake 184, Townsend, David, dies 223 Water-lime, facility of supplying 66
396; foreiguers at Gibraltar 15%; queen Tract society, receipts, &c. of the Webster, Ezekel, dies 149, 164
dies 288, 331; change of the ministry American

220) Weights and measures in N. York
S85; the king to be married 396; pure Tracts for steam boats

302 2: foreign

389
chase of wild beasts 396; expedition Travelling, rapid 55, 179, 180, 222, West Point academy--board of vis-
against Mexico 181, 289, 521, 331 287, 301, 302, 361; subterraneous 412 iters 269: report to the secretary of
Sparks, J. returns to the U. S. 222

Treasury of the U. S. circular re- war 311, 350: graduates
Specie, assays of made at the inint specting public lands 56, 163: to hold- liest Indies--the British, condition
111; specie and bullion, exported anu ers of 6 per cent stock 87: circular of 291: distress at Barbadoes 385
imported
350 relative to treasury drafts 289: orders Wells, Dr. W. H. dies

68
Sleam and steam boats--the Putos concerning woollen goods 297: bond Wickifle, Charles, shoots Mr.
Joac 55; the Charles Carroll of C. and account with importers

317 Beuning

65, 349
the Independence 119, 161, 222; the Tristram D'Acunha, the island of Winters, severe

4.
Montezuina 67; ou Green Bay and

319 Wire made at Pittsburg, Pa. 66
Quisconsin 86; ihe gen. Carroll 148; Type's, new mode of casting 54 Wirt, Wm. removes to Balt. 119
the first boals used 101; right of natte Turkey-See Russia, Greece, &c. Wolf, an ant.-tariff

319
gating the Chihuahua 101: rapid lrät- Rumors of peace, &c. 38, 104, 105, Wood, price of in Baltimore 4, 147:
velling in

134, 148 121, 218,224: preparations for bostili-, contributions of to the poor
Stevenson, J. S. see editorial. ties 38, 53, 69, 89, 104, 184,224,256, Woodside, capt. his inventions 227
Stephenson, Rowland, see Great 385: ot the sultan 235, 321, 396: siand- Wool-see turiff* and editorial-
Britain and Irelund. Apprehended ard of the prophet 397: Black sta 224. sales ot at Boston 83, 234, 298: price
&c. 31, 65; his trauds 68; his effects Tehassan Ogiou 258: of Egypt 224, of wool at Northampton, Mass. 318:
sold 68; the persons wbo abilucted | 256, 321: Constantinople 121, 125, in England 337: at Steubeuville, O.
lum apprehended, &c. 119, 235 / 256, 257, 368: reported treaty with 399: Mr. Mellvame's letter 346, 351
Story, Julge his opinion of woman the U. S. 38, 50, 120: Silistria 257, Wool and woollens, eilect of the last

351 346, 415: Sizepolis 273, 821: supplies tariff un-see editorial, and 97, 113,
Sugar--effect of the cultivation of 121, 256, 257, 368, 385: Jusset pacha 146, 286, 298: of woollen guods im-
on the revenue 114, 162: cultivated in 256: events in Grrect 36, 38, 83, 85, porielli 297: cost of keeping sheep 347
Georgia

162121: navy and naval 138, 256: battles Wright, S. 112. See editorial and
Sunday inails---see mails.

88, 104, 121, 256, 257, 273, 321, 346, congress.
Sun flower oil

218 397: distresses and sickness, &c. 104: Yellow fever, destructive effects of
Sırrgica), retort
116; Varna 121,321: Chumta 397, 414: Dar- !

30

325

17, 37

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