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PUBLIC LAWS AND OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS,
is ARENT GARDENIER, ESQ. EDITOR.

“Thy spirit, INDEPENDENck let us share :
Lord of the lion heart, and eagle eye
Thy steps we follow, with our bosoms bare,

Nor heed the storm that howls along the sky.”
- Smolleff.

VOLUME II.
FROM MAY TO OCTOBER, 1814

NEW-YORK :
PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THE EDITOR-
No. 34, cEDAR STREET.
LIBRARY
HMIVERSITY OF
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TO THE SECOND VOLUME.

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Adams frigate, loss of, 283
Acts of Congress-
for the militia, 28, 29
of New-York, common schools, 161
concerning infants, A7
inspectors of beef and pork, 8
auctioneers, ib.
trials of issues, 96
executions, 112
partition of lands, ib.
costs in chancery, ib.
judgments in vacation, 128
death of parties, ib.
Admiralty office, England, 109
Agents of the Examiner; 368
Albany, a little angry at, 4
Gazette, 311
Register, 202
Alexandria, 261. 323
Alligator, United States schooner, lost, 168
Anecdotes, 332
Arles, bishop, prediction, 32
Armstrong, general, letter, 282
Attorney general United States, opinion, 251
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Baltimore, battle of, 333
American, 139
Telegraph, 138
Barker, Jacob, and his loan, 22
Barney, commodore, letter, - 302
Bassett, lieutenant, letter, 168
Bernadotte, on his son's education, 79
Blakely, captain, letter, - 385
Bonaparte, Lucien, 38. 127
Napoleon, 39
Voyage to Elba, 246
Boston, ede in honour of Commodore Perry, 16
no subscriber—s, Å
celebration of the allies' successes, 95
Daily Advertiser, 1, 77. 106. 139
preparation for defence, 273
Bounty lands, information concerning, 79
Bourbons, 37
Brown, brigadier general, letters, 248. 341. 397
New-York corporation thanks, 38.4
Burlington resolutions, 339
Byron, lord, ode, 189
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Campbell, colonel, acquitted, 144
treasury report, 362
Celebration of allies' successes, on the, 77
in Boston, 95
in New-York, 105
Champlain, battle of, 342
Chapin, colonel, to the public, 193
Chateaubriand, pamphlet, 89

Chauncey, commodore, letter, 286
Chippewa, battle of, 185
Chittenden, governor, proclamation, 337
speech, , A21
Circular, committee of defence, 328
Clinton, mayor, charge, 265
remarks, 266
Cobbett, 103. 121
Cochrane to Monroe, 287
Answer, ib.
Columbian, 306. 318
Commercial policy, 10. 19.97. 100. 171. 289
Condition, 258
Confidence in the allies, 36
Connecticut Courant, 79.345
remarks, 346
Connecticut, speech of governor of, 15
Cortes, Spanish, proceedings, 58.
Country, 32
Croghan, lieutenant colonel, letters, 275. 285
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Declaration of war, 7.
Defence of the city, 20%
De Gau, 87.
Delaware meeting, £01
Democratic economy, 30.46
intolerance exemplified, 311
wickedness, 13%
D'Enghien, 92
Denmark, declaration, 25
Despatches, 375
Directory, New-York, 48
Duer’s address, 297
remarks, 298

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EDITORIAL ARTICLES-
Anecdotes, 33:2
Capture of Washington, 248
Circular, committee of defence, 328
Condition, 25g
Country, 33
Declaration of war, 30's
Defence of the city, :04
Democratic intolerance, $52

wickedness, ‘. o

Duer's address, 18
Editorial vexations, o
Evening Post, 63. 118. *.
History of the Examiner,
Humble apology, :
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Late news,
“Letter,”
Mayor, Clinton's, charge,
Mummaism,
New England,

News
New-York Directory,

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