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INDEX TO VOLUME XIX.

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267; directors for 1821, 312; Cato street conspiracy
Adams, president, his age, 176; state of the institution, letter Charlotte, princess, her death noticed 303
his letter to Mr. Noah 225

to the editor and remarks 316,

Churches, deserted

394

Clarence, the duke of
Africa-travels in the interior 317; proceedings in Ohio 339; Cobbelt, Mr.

244, 423
of

134, 323
the case before the circuit

Coffee, a substitute for

Cork
African colonization-see “co. court 346; report of its con- Corm laws

136
lonization;" of the glave dition, and said to be solvent 374 Coronation, postponed
trade," which see, and 139 Banks-of Connecticut 190; of

Consolidated fund

140,217

Creevy, Mr.
Agriculture and manufactures; Columbia 190; of Kentucky Crimes

146,423
unity of their interests

144
97, 176, 192, 208, 352; of Lou. Davy, sir H.

Defaulters
Agricultural-cutting grain be. isiana 48, 143; of Missouri

303

Denman, Mr. see "queen" below:
fore it is ripe

110 143; of North Carolina 240; Dogs, killing of
Alabama-fire at Mobile, 26- of Alabama, robbed 416; of

Dwarf exhibited

136

Edinburg
prices current at Cahaba 111; Tennessee- proceedings, &c. Edwards, the spy
population and product of relative to the new one-see

Emigration from G. B.

* 173
Madison county, 142; antiqui. , “Tennessee," and

14, 272

Executions
ties in, 144; legislature meets

13, 123
Banking-counterfeit notes 26, Female highwaymen
256; wolf scalps
367 143, 190, 240, 328; counter.

Flour

93, 424
Almeida, captain

Fog in London
47, 240 feiters 47; defaulters, &c. tri- Forfar, the town of

173
Alsop, Mrs.

128, 176
al of 26; small notes pro-
-Foundery, singular disaster at a

136
America--memoranda of the dis- scribed 17, 65, 417; remarks

Gillespie, the rev. Mr.

106
Grain

424
covery of, &c.
143 on the circulation of, 298; Grosvenor, earl

303
Andres, the rev. F. de, dies 190 prices of bank notes 36, 49,

Hanoverian troops

10%

Harvest, the
Antiquities

146
134,144 97, 329; plates, Murray & co. "Hearth, altar and throne"

394
Appointments to office, essay
26, 98; land office money 48 Hobhouse, Mr.

148
on 193; by the president 224 Barbary power's— Algiers 16, 63,

Holland, jord

217
Hurs, price of a

817
Arkansas--of the Indians in 112; 123, 152; Tripoli 16; Tunis, Hunt Mr,

423
governor's message 182-a blockaded 63; Morocco 16,

Ireland, state of 421-a laborer's remark
letter from the governor

242
127,152; war between Algiers

about bread

321

Iron trade
Army of the U. States, see con-

and Tunis 308; plague in 16; Jews at Edinburg
gress-its force and stations

anecdote of the emperor of

Jordan, Mrs. and her issue
Morocco

Kerrick, Joseph
250, 356

394

46 Kerr, sir William
Ascension island
396 Barron, commodore

432 King, the late-his pensions, &c. 13; the
Atlas, Tanner's American 337 Baytop, James

present-ill 19; his licelise to bis wife,
Auctions, see “congress." Bee, a man killed by the sting

the countess of Jersey, &c. 104; ad-

dress to himn 173, 406, 423; can do no
Aurora, extract from
385

47 wrong 200; examination, ludicrous 334
Austria-proceedings in regard

Beer, misfortune of the low Liverpool, lord, his speech on commerce
to Naples 63, 96, 123, 127, price of, see "desultory re.

253; paupers of the town of
141, 151, 152, 171, 273, 307, masks.”

London, troops collected at 19, 44; ad-

dress to the king 406; the mayor 20,
396; funds 78; Metternich's Bonaparte, Napoleon--noticed 146; freedom of the city voted to
note 96, 138; lord Stewart's 125, 322, 396; of his son 275;

Brougham &c.

406

Loyalists, Ainerican
quarrel with him 407; note to Jerome 23; Joseph 47; Mad. Manufactures, state of
the Neapolitan envoy, 171;

Eliza

110 Members of parliament
Methodists

136
declaration on the affairs of Bones, human, strange traffic

Ministers, a list of 20; reports, &c. re.
Naples 171; consul acknow. in

142 specting

381, 406, 433
ledged 240; emperor's note Boniface, William, dies $36 Mortality in England

Naples, on the affairs of

217
to the allied sovereigns about Boone, col. Daniel, his death Naval--the Kent 1; the Trafalgar 14,61;
secret societies 307; statistics 152; his likeness preserved

timber
421; toleration at Vienna 427; 191; George Boone dies-lon.

Newspapers 321-their contents

Non mi ricordo!
emperor's letter to the king gevity of the family 262 Obeserver, the

321
of the Two Sicilies 426 Boston, nunnery at 191; popu-

Packets to the U.S.
Paget, lord

106
B
lation of 328; restitution of

Parliamentary mob
Ballard, Davis C. dies 263 the collector of 368; bills of Patriotic dinner
Balloon-Guille's ascent 128, 133 mortality

422 Pedestrian, celebrated
Baltimore-interments, &c. 16;
Boundaries of the US States

Perrs, "a peep" at the
224 Persecution, religious

303
proceedings at against small Bounty lands, sce congress, and

Poor and poor rates

01, 136, 173, 321

Porter brewed
bank notes, 17, 65; chamber

240 - Pretender," the widow of
of commerce 48; J. Dall's do. Boyd, John, dies

64 Priest, wonderful

136
gration for schools 64; inspec- Brazil-state of affairs in 140, Queen-affairs of children called after
tions 111, 352; elections 176;

152, 337, 407

her 13; proceedings 13, 19; Bergami

mentioned 13, 61, 93, 146, 244, 395;
sale of pews at 191; popula- British ministers in the United Ompteda 75; speech of the attorney
tion 210, 241; votes taken 240; States

371 general 90; Majocci 90, 93, 104, 106,
college 371; receipts and ex-

BRITISH AFFAIRS.

321; Dumont 108, 124, 136; other wit-

nesses against her 13, 14, 19, 44, 94,
penditures 384; city debts 417 General notices of the state of things 13,

106, 107, 108, 124, 146, 174, 243, 321;

209, 369; tabular statements as to the pos.
Bank of the U. States-branch

witnesses in her favor 138, 200, 818;
sessors of lands, power and interest 362; various papers, addresses and her replies
at Fayetteville 26; do. at Cin. statistics

420

14, 19, 20, 44, 61, 75, 76, 107, 124, 148,
cinnati 152, 316; remarks on Athol, the duke of

19

174, 199, 218, 272, 303, 394; house of
Bank of England 21, 61, 76, 140; of its
its memorial to congress 244;

Jords 19, 303, 394; house of commons
notes 423; bank robber hung

93, 140, 369, 380; of her name omitted
the memorial at length 247; Bankrupts

in the liturgy 44; her letters to the
Banks, Sir Joseph
gen'l statement of the affairs
Bentham, Jeremy

king 87; countess of Oldi 200, 218; Mi.
173

lan commission 19. 138; bonors to her
of the bank 248; remarks on Birmingham

136 75, 94, 124, :40, 148, 174, 272, &c.;
the preceding, and calcula. Brougham, Mr. see "queen" below.

Brougham's speeches, &c. 76, 137, 148;
Canning, Mr. 19, 61, 79, 104, 111, #07, 423
tions of its actual condition

remarks on her case 81, 97, 107, 124,
Cartwrigbe, major

394

243; general notices 81, 97, 145, 147,

321

67
93
425

341

20
44
334

369,380

173
183
174

20

90

13
423
13

146 Illinois

neers

272, 297,303; correspondence with her Coffee, the preparation of 2, 18) Executive officers 277, 382, 397, 399, 400, 431
husband 17, 98, 104; Mr. Williams 174;

129
Coleman, William A.

Expenditures-Mr. Cobb's motion 312
Nahomet 106, 199; invalidation of the

Exports, tables of

313
testimony against her 105, 106, 138; cost Colonization --of the free blacks Fairbanks, Jason

224
of ber trial, &c. 106; her imprison. in Africa 99, 169, 224; parti.

Fisheries, relating to

233
ment presumed 107; visits the theatre

culars
107; do. Woulwich 190; her partizans

296, 328, 4161

Florida-about taking possession of 310;
the treaty ratified

418
spokrs of 200; alarms ahout her 147; Columbia, the district of-Cen. Fortifications

323, 326
Mr. Dennan 124, 137, 147, 272; the so- tral bank

190

French vessels, tonnage of, &c. 239, 278,
lieitor general 125; lord Erskine 272;

361, 364, 376; official letter respecting 361
trial of Waddington 199; her acquittal
Commerce, Mr. Sanford's re-

Gale Catharine

499
297; proceedings at length 303; ber mes- port on 153; lord Liverpool's Gerry, Mr. late vice president

390
sage to the house of corgmons 381;

speech on

353

Ghent, the treaty of, &c. 205, 297, 308, 311
visit to St. Paul's 331, 394; of her es.

Hall of the representatives 278, 371, 374
tablishment 394; patronizi's British in- Congress of European princes Hazard, Mr. dies

277, 278
dus ry 424; voluntary gifts to ber 394, 425

222, 253
Rabble, how to deal with the
273

Importations

100, 368
Revenue

217,273
CONGRESS.

Indian trade, affairs, &c. 253, 336, 329, 364
Riots
13 General remarks on the business of the Indians in N. York

327, 363
Russian manifesto

93 session
113, 209 Jarrot, N.

238
Salaries and pensions

174 Accounts unsettled
223, 311, 312 Johnson, col. James

237, 296
Scotland, the church of 146; esecutions

for settlement

311 King,col. respecting his case 254, 275
183 Agencies of the treasurer 326, 350, 383 Land warrants, military

382
Seott, sir William

44, 146 Agricultural societies, petitions from 270, Lands, public to be appropriated for edu-
Serres Olivia
14, 20

278, 398

cation 325, 407; various proceedings,
Sbort hand writers

148 Alabama

203, 205, 206 &c. respecting 13, 190, 193, 239, 254,
Smugglers

36, 146, 272, 303 Appropriation bills 311,312,399, 400, 409 320; relief of purchasers, 194, 203, 204,
Spencer, capt.

124 Arkansas

205, 254

221, 223, 234, 235, 308, 328, 363, 382,
Statesman, the

76 Army-about the pay of the officers 236, 397, 398, 407, 408, 409, 430; pre-empo
Sream vessels on the Clyde
394 279, 290, 294, 308, 400, 429, 430, 431; tions 221; actual settlers

221, 224
Steward, lord
407 contracts 383; of its reduction -55, 283, Liens, a report concerning

365
Stocks
20, 109, 146, 217, 303
326, 327, 350, 351, 353, 364, 360, 397, Linn, Mr.ilies

325, 326
Sussex, the duke of

272 431; its cost and expenditures 239, 290, Loan bill, Mr. Trimble's speech thereon 69
Toharco, duty on
12 294, 327; recruiting service 319, 360; Loans of powder, lead, &c.

223, 238, 129
Treason 20, 44, 61, 75, 136, 140, 183 transportation 278, 309; military posts Longitude of the capitoi
Twins, curious deliveries of

303 279, 312, 358; organization 283, 302, Lotteries in the district 326, 382, 399
Tythes, discurbance about
13 356; case of col. King, noticed 254, Lowndes, Mr.

256, 308
Walking, great feat in

421

275; officers employed as clerks 364. Lyon, Matthew 203, 222, 236, 276, 318,
Wellington, the duke of 14; insulted 94,
412; field s-rvice, &c. 295; corporal

349, 351, 343
punishments 254; topographical engi.

Mail contractors
136, 148; his service of plate from Por-

223
tugal
323
348 Maison Rouge, the marquis de

363
Wilsoa, sir Robert

295 Meigs, Mr.
Attornies and advocates
173

42y
Winchester, bishop of
Auctions, duties on sales at-memorial in Members, a list of

184
Wines, import of

favor of 130; proceedings 350 Memorial--from Fredericksburg
217

5
Winn, sir w. w.

303
Auditors of the treasury, report of 311, 312 Mercer, Mr.

309
Women, glorious deeds of, a bandbill

Balances

255, 311, 312, 351, 412 Messages of the president-on opening

14
York, the duke of, said to quarrel with

Baldwin, Mr.

233, 269, 311

the session 187; the same referred 202;

254

Baltimore, vessels sunk at
the king 93; hissed at 148; the ducbess

about the public buildings 222; ou the
of

61

Bank of the U, S. 235, 238, 247, 248, 255, prevention of piracy, &c. 310; an-
Buenos Ayres-see “Rio de la

277, 347, 348, 363, 427, 428, 431 nouncing the ratification of the trealy
Banks in Columbia

325, 382
with Spain

431
Plata."
Bauk notes, less tban of five dollars 295:

Michigan

204
Burcb, James, dies

262
debate

308 Military academy 239, 311, 327, 373

establishment, see army, and
Bankruptcy, a system of 309, 325, 327,

205
Burfoot, Thomas, dies 207

348, 353, 382, 398, 400, 407, 408, 414, Militia-clothing 224; fines in Pennsylva.
Burwell, Mr. notice of his death

403
431; sketch of the bill

nia 238; organization of 326; in ser-

222
and character
430 Books, duty upon

vice in the late war 351; the table
223, 247, 278, 279,309

Bounty lands
с

372, 427
British vessels
205 Mills, E. H.

235
Campbell, Geo. W. 152; capt.

Burrill, Mr. dies
294, 295 Mint, a report respecting

430

427, 430 Missouri expedition
Hugh, of the navy, dies

Canals

325, 327, 348 Missouri-brief notices 204, 206, 221, 309,
Canada-a methodist preacher

408
Castine, respecting duties paid at

312, 325, 325, 327, 328, 348, 350, 363,
banished 63; entries and clear.

310
Census, of 1820

383, 384, 398, 399, 400, 401, 409, 411,
190, 364

412,413, 427, 4:8, 429; debated, &c. in
ances, esports and imports 397 Christmas

, reeess proposed

278, 279

the senate 36, 252, 253; ditto in the
Cass, gov. his exploring expe-

Claims, about the amount of 238, 239 bouse 237; 240, 54, 255, 256; Mr. Eus-
dition
103 Clay, Mr. resigns the chair :85; speech

tis' resolution 78, 366; Mr. Hackley's

on domestic industry 196; see also 383, 366; Mr. Foot's 383, 384; about the
Catalina, madam

127

399, 409, 411, 431 amendment of the journal anl the yeas
Cat-fish, enormous
367 Cobb, Mr. bis resolutions 206, 312, 326 and nays thereon 349; Mr. S. Moore's

382
Chambers' repeating gan

Collection of public moneys
351

preposition 384, 390; Mr. M'Lane's 398;
Columbia river 278, 366; the district 222, Mr. Clay's 399, 490, 401, 409, 411, 412,
Charleston-health of, &c. 80,

254, 294, 325, 384,397 4133 votos of tor president, &c. 408, 413,
112; exports 192; population Commercial regulations of foreign coun. 414; Mr. Butler's motion 410; Mr. Ro-

810
tries

berts' 414, 427, 428; Mr. Clark's 414;
422; arrivals and clearances

Committees appointed

203, 204 Mr. Clay's second motion 431; of the
423 Compensation of the members, &c. 204, delegate from 429; Mr. Brown's motion

431
Chase, Samuel, mentioned 13

206,236, 277,382, 431

237 Monies advanced
Connecticut, a prison in

223
Chesapeake, works for the de.

363
Corporal punishments

240, 254, Morales, John B.
fence of

263 Constitution, proposed alteraticns of 195, Navy and naval-expenditures 291, 327;
Chili--preparations against Peru

203, 382; Mr. Smith's resolutions 205, about its increase 327; pension fund

223, 239, 340, 366 327; prace establishment 328, 383, 400,
128, 308; particulars, block. Contracts-made by persons in office 430 401, 408, 409; about duels among the
ade of the coast, &c. 324; a. Courts of the U. S.

411, 431

officers 240, 254; corporal punishments
mount of the force employed

Culbreth, Mr. his report on salaries 399, 240, 64; rules and regulations for the

400, 431

service 347; report on the ernployment
397; Lima, Panama, Quito 397 Cumberland road

409

of vessels, and on the building of ships,
China-christians in 25; state

Customs, officers of the 255, 383, 398, 428; &c. 356; contracts 364: commissionerse
letter from the sec. of the treasury re- remarks upon

386
paper on the arrival of the

specting

270 Ohio 238, 279, 325, 347; of a communica.
Congress frigate 74; importa.

238
Darlington, Mr.

tion from the gov. of 399; a law of al.

383
Debentures

luded to
tion of opium prohibited 308;

411, 431
398, 399 Order of proceedings
Debt, imprisonment for

411
407
emperor dies

408
350, 430 Pacitic ocean, of a naval force in

Deposites, special
Cincinnati-population 422 Drawbacks

371 Passengers, who arrived in the U. S.

428
2:40 Patents issued

326, 371
Claims against Spain

351,417 Duuds, a motion respecting
Duties and drawbachs

371 Pensions, generalj224, 238: ditto, revolu-
Cline, George, dies
262) Entry of merchandise

224

tionary 222, 238, 239,243, 3.8, 429

237

190 Burwell, Mr, dies

iv

INDEX.

310

250
382

Peoria

327, Yeas and nays in the house-respecting
Perry com. relief of his family

66; new bank in Tennessee
364,366

Missouri 256, 349, 398, 413; on reducing
Piracy, laws respecting

235, 407
the army, 364; on a proposed alteration

81; appointments to office
Post opice establisbment

254, 429 of the constitution 382; about the offi. 193; about the queen of Eng-
President and vice president, of the votes cers in the navy 409; on Mr. Clay's re-
for 253,398, 408-list of)

413, 428
solution about South America 409, 411;

land 81, 97, 145; on the busi.
Private property in war
206 on counting the votes for president 413

ness of the session of con-
Public buildings

222, 364, 399 Connecticut--Lycurgan society
Purdy, col. R.

gress 113; on the Jews 114;
235
Bandolph, Mr.

186 at Yale college 43; salaries in on the right and power of suf.
Ratio of representation

99; cases of longevity 142, frage 115, prospects in Eu.
Reports-extracts from certain of the 422; elections

192 rope 129; on the progress of
treasury 4; on naval affairs 116, 356,
401; un commerce 155; on the admis-

Constitution of the U. States the U. States 144; manufac.
sion of Missouri 209, 21; on the public original draft referred to

193

tures, &c. 167; revolution in
lauds 226; on the public buildings 374;
annual, of the treasury department 228,

Consumption and export 313 Hayti 169; emperor of Rus.
270, 299, 364; on the anti tariff petitions, Consumption without flame 424 sia's speech to the Polish diet
&c. 23; on the bounty lands 247; on Cooper, doctor

416 169; on taxes 209, 266; "the
the reduction of the spiny 28, 197; on
Indian affairs, trade, payments, &c.

Copper mincs on Red river 64 fruits of the system,” 225;
329; on the old sedition law 33 ; about Corn, extraordinary product of

wtime tries all things" 241;
liens on houses 3:16; respecting the mi-
litary academy 37'; remark on that of

64, 143, 280 relating to the bank of the U.
the com, manufactures 385; of the com-

Corsicaurum

367

States 244, 267, 316, 317; on
mittee of ways and means 391; on coins Cotton-oil from the seed 143;

the Missouri question, see the
898; on salaries 399; Mr. Clay's on
the admission of Missouri 409; on the

price of cotton, 176; frauds head-on the circulation of
post office establishment 429; on the bu-

in

312

small bank notes 298; political
siness of the inint

430 Covington, gen. re-interment of economy-"let us alone,” and
Retrenchments, proposed, &c. 204, 206,

his remains
327, 328, 350

12

let us be without louns, &c.
Revenue laws
311, 399 Crime, progress of

382

313; about the Indians, of
Rich, Mr. 355, 308, 311, 398-speech
Roads

176 their civilization, trade, &c.
122, 326, 327, 347, 409, 427 Croup, deaths by
Roberts, Mr.

397, 414 Cuba --constitutional proceed- 282, 316; on the reception of
Rodgers, com. his inclined plane 327, 383 ings &c. 16, 127; patent grant-

Mr. de Neuville

418
Ross, Mr.

279

ed to cure the black vomit
Ruls of the house
190, 204, 255, 256

Egypl-Achmet Ali, temple of
Salaries

350, 399, 400, 431 127; arrivals of specie, &c. 220 Jupiter Ammon, &c. 16, 25;
Sandusky

395 Cunningham, capt. G. 368
Sanford, Mr.

the Arabs in 25; Mr. Fredi.
Seamen
327, 383 Cyclopedia-Rees' edition 65

ani 25; canals

25
Sedition law (the old) 236, 279, 332
Seminole war

D
Ellicott, Andrew, dies

47
221, 222, 278
Senate chamber
222 Davie, Wm. R. dies

224 Elliott, capt. 48; and com. Per.
Sergeant, Mr.

384 Deaf and dumb cured
Sessions of congress-a table of

367 ry

370
Shields, Thomas
Declaration of Independence- Embree, Elihu, dies

384
Sinclair, gen,
277 the signers of

1 Emerson, Daniel, dies

128
Sinking fund, report on

400 Delaware-elections 111; on the
Slave trade
238, 282, 326, 409

Enquirer (Richmond) extracts
Slavery-Mr. Meigs' resolutions

choice of a senator

432 from 3; a notice to the editor
Slocumb, Mr. dies
279 Denmark --exports, Sc. 78—

114, 145
Smith, Mr. of N. C.
Smuggling

bankrupts 127; arrests at Co- Esquimaux Indians 296, 432

224
South America-Mr. Clay's resolutions, penhagen

381 Europe, prospects in

129
399, 400, 409, 410, 4ll; president's re- Desultory remarks, on public Exchange and stocks, rates of 79

ception of them
Speaker, choice of

177, 186

economy and private expen- Expatriation, curious question
State, department of

310
diture, &c. 37; op loans, the respecting

1
Stephenson, Benjamin

254
Stivens, E.

treasury reports, and “mat. Exports of the U. States 313;
Tariff, the new proposed-memorials and

ters in general”

386
tables at length

343
proceedings, 203, 222, 224, 233, 255, 257 Dickinson, John, mentioned 193
Taylor, Mr.

278, 350, 430 Downs, capt. bis letter to the Fairfax, Ferdinand, dies 112

186, 187
Tonnage of the U. States 130, 309, 318 director of Chili

371 Fires-at Queenstown, Phila-
Treasury, see reports above of monies
drawu from 223, 253; letter from the

Drought, in Virginia

263 delphia and New Haven 176;
secretary on the officers of the customs Duelling, remarks on, and a see New York, &c.
270, 308; about French and American laughable case of one 2; see Florida treaty, speculations, &c.
tonnage 361, 376; explanatory of the
finances
congress.

upon 114, 129, 145, 266, 273,
364
Trimble, Mr. his speech on the loan bill,

294, 401; see congress.

E
69; uoticed

300 Eagle, shot
Tucker, com

Flour and grain, prices of 79, 240
276, 398, 431

99, 176
Vaccine institution
Earthquake, in S. America

Forsyth, Mr.
128

432
Vermont resolutions
252 East Indies-military operations

Fortifications

268
Wadsworth, col. his letter
War department-lester on the case of col.
in 79; woman burnt 79; cotton

France.
King, &e. 275; report on the reduction crop 127; British and Dutch

American trade with, see "duties" below
of the army, 283; about the contract

and 140; army 21; arrests

151
127; Sumatra
with col. Johnson 995; on a system of

127 Berry, the duchess of and her baby 143,
fied service, &c. 295; remarks upon 386

Eclipse, postponed!

26

151; laughable doings 174, 273, 306, 395

Census taking 140; cotton, on the import
West Indies, trade with 206, 276, 310 Editorial articles-on expatria- of 62; commercial regulations-seedu-
Wheeling, the road from

427

tion l---Rodgers' "inclined ties;" conspiracies real or pretended 94,
Willis, Henry
l'ilson, Mr, of N. J.

plane" 1; American worthies

108, 123, 125, 140; cooking apparatus
explodes 424; crimes, horrid

424
Worthington college

1; public spirit 2; duelling 2; Dacres, the duke ot' 395, 407; duties 61,
Writs of error

on the affairs of Spain 2; af-

175, 200, 345; decree of the king 61,62
Yeas and nays in the senate-on the Mis-
souri question 236, 253, 428; on certain

fairs of France 418; on consti-

Ecclesiastical establishment 322; educa.

tion
resolutions about compensation 277,

tutions 17; on revolution in Harvest, productive 108; Huct, Peter
38?; on a canal bill 328, about the old Europe 17; on crowned paper

King's speech to the legislature
8dition law 363; relief of the purchas-
ers of public lands 397, 408; oa the

18; desultory remarks 37,386;

Legislature 21; literary matters

Madagascar youths in France 27?; nis-
bankrupt bill 408, 427, 428, 129; about Americans at sea 63; public

haps, a singular train of 125; nobs
the bank of the United States

428
lands 193; on public economy

Naturalization, &c. 7?; Neuville, M. de

21, 151, 307

429

282

430

236

237

439

224
253
309
252

174

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424
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culars

323

321

131

175 Imposters

Olive trees destroyed 108; curious parti-

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Paris-Greek students at 14; 4th of July

Ice, great thickness of in the Ni. Lace, thread, a manufactory of 280
celebrated 47; gr-at fire in 77; prnsions agara

416 Laffitte's privateer

80, 352
395; population 434; proclamation of Nlinois.elections 26, 48; Eng. Lancaster, population of 240
the king to the electors

lish settlement in 368; emi.
Relations with the U. S. 401; revenue,

Lancasterian system, noticed 225
prosperous 417; Russian note about grations to 400; proceedings Landais, admiral Peter, dies 79

77
Spain
about the Missouri question 415 Land office money

48
Sehools 21, 174; statistics

421, 424
Theatre, regulation of, &c.

14 Importations of the Ŭ. States, Lands, see “public lands," and
Uranie, le

14 tables in detail 100; remarks congress: quantity sold, a ta.
Francisco, Henry, his age &c.79

upon

313

ble 320; petition in Ohio
dies

208 Jakes, supposed to have peri.
Fredericksburg, memorial, 5;

Impressment, British
176 odical ebbs, &c.

191
theatre burnt

328 Indiana--elections 48; proceed. Law cases, about the slave trade
Frogs, horned

241

ings about the Missouri ques. 64,79; admiralty, in Virginia,
G

tion 415; name of the seat of on insurance 72; in France,
Gale, col. see "marines."

government

432

respecting naturalization 77;
Georgetown, Col. commerce, Indhans-intruders on their lands in case of a bill of exchange
&c. of

368 26; letter from Walk-in-the 79; U. States bank vs. Ohio

rain" 112; missions to, inte.
Georgia -elections 192; finan.

-opinion 82; of salvage, a cu-
ces 264; governor's message

resting correspondence 122;

on the Red river 133; Snake,
213; resolutions against the

low, a lawyer 134; for selling
new tariff, &c. 240; ditto about

Jack dies 128; emigration of milk on the sabbath 143; for
banks

416

the Delawares 191; extraor. enlisting in a foreign service

dinary person 263; on the im- 240; case of the general Ron.
Germany--generally: state of

provement of-traders among, deau ?51; of seduction 263;
things in 15; plots and conspi-

&c. 282, 316; Esquimaux, respecting baggage in a stage
racies 15; Sandt 15; Nurem.

296, 432; general Scott dies 280; piracy--United States vs.
berg 15; Hesse--liberty in

351; important treaty with John Smith 319; U. S. bank
62; Baden 96; masonic lodges

the Creeks 416; a chief of the and the state of Ohio 346; of
219; Stutgard, resolutions at

Huchee tribe at Charleston 416 Joseph Karrick, in England
219; manufactures 219, 275;
Interest, the low rate of $70

394; of goods on board a steam
Wirtemburg, population, &c.
Ionian islands -- noticed 19, 49 boat, burnt

416
275; German Correspondent

Italy--generally. Robbers 23; Law Register, proposed 242
noticed

370

hired bravoes and swearers Laws-respecting lotteries in
Girard, Stephen

432

63; Benevento 77, 110; revo- the district of Columbia 5; of
Girty, Thomas, dies--of his fa.

lutions expected 23, 77, 151, the U, States, of the dissemi.
mily, &c.

262
175; Pope sick 77; Carbonari nation of

261
Good Hope, colony at the Cape
77, 110, 151, 219; fire in the Leghorn bonnets

144
184
Appenines 110; Bologna 110; Leopard wood"

143
Gottingen, the university 139

affairs at Verona 126; conspi. Letters to the editor about the
Governors of the several states
racy at Rome 141; a constitu-

U. S. bank 316; on re-action,
192

tion proposed by the pope! and the state of the times 337;
Gray, William, of Boston 328

396; note in the name of the many received by one vessel
Griffith, William

242
pope, 407; Lombardy filled

432
Guille, Mr, see "balloon."

with troops horrible con- Linen, Am, manufacture 47
Guy's cure for the tooth ache 263

scription"
427 Lissa, Manuel, dies

64
H

J

Longevity, cases of Miss Oli.
Haden, Joseph, dies

262 Jackson, gen. A.--of the memo. ver 64; Mr. Nibit (146 years)
Halcyons, the

263 rial signed by him and others 64; sundry cases of 142; oth-
Half dollars, counterfeited 369 against the new bank, &c. 11, ers 176, 262, 351, 366, 422, 432
Hawkins, Thomas, dies 384 36; a monument proposed to Louisiana-elections 280; Mr.
Hayden, Dr. H. H.
242 be erected to 79; his letter Derbigny

280
about the trial of col. King 276 Lotteries, “national"--remarks,
Hayti - fire at Port au Prince

Jefferson, Thomas--his age 1;
25, 46; Christophe's treaty

opinions, and proceedings re-
“salt mountain and horned specting
with the British 140; of the

3, 114, 211, 340
frogs”-his letter about them Lycurgan society, rules of 43
revolution in 169; particulars

&c.

241

м
175, 184, 195, 201, 202, 220,

Jesuits banished from Russia 16; Macintosh, Duncan, dies 224
337, 395; interesting notices

see Spain, Portugal, &c. M'Guire, col. William, dies 336
of the history, literature, &c.

Jews in Maryland-rights of, Madagascar, a colony proposed
of the people 197; proclana.

&c.

114 in
tion of Boyer 202, 220; fate

273
Josiah, James, dies

79 Madison, Mr. said to be in Ire.
of Christophe and his crown

Justice, uncommon act of 368 land!
396; Haytian society in Mary.

13
K

Mails, complaints loopt he 36,
land

415

Kean, Mr. the player 224, 328 129; robbed 128, 152, 209;
Hodge, George, dies 142 Kenlucky--price of corn, &c.

sunk in the Hudson 366; ra.
Hogs, remarkable

207 16; elections 16, 26, 48, 176; pidity of the transportation 336
Holland, E. C.

242 about a supposed robber in Maine-constitution ofthe state
"Holy alliance," 104, 123, 303, 47; finances-penitentiary 176; at length 26; internalimprove-

307, 406, 423; quarrel of Stew. governor's message 170; the ments 142; elections 264,400;
art and Metternich

407 new bank 192, 208; "endorse. population of Washington
Honeywell, Miss

ment law,” &c.

416 county 421; valuation, &c. of
Horse cured until he died' 13 King, col, see congress, and 275 the state

433

TO 169

Maple, bird's eye

143, Mountjoy, William, dies 79 ticed 328; census of the ho.
Marine corps--trial of colonel Murder -- by quackery 128; hor. mane and criminal institu-
Gale, &c.
79, 128, 132 rid

336 tions 352; toasts drank at 367;
Marine clothing

191 Murray, Fairman & Co's bank great fire in 416; census 421;
Maryland - penitentiary 16; note plates

26, 98

bills of mortality 422; church
elections 96, 111, 142, 256;

N

robbed at 432; liquor stores
Jews in 1i4; constitution of Nantucket, population, &c. 176; and shops in

432
the state noticed 195, 241; shipping, &c. 207; list of ves. Non mi ricordo! an examina.
penitentiary 264; legislature sels

212 tion

334
240; guvernor's inessage 291; Naples—see “Sicilies."

North Carolina-sales of lands
state of the finances 375; Hay. National Gazette--remarks on 48; internal improvements
tian society 415; law against the Russian memorial 67; no. 64, 352; execution for the
small bank notes 417; census ticed

175 murder of a slave 208; elec-
of Frederick & Talbot coun. Naval Fraternal Association 280 tions 256; finances 264; ex-
ties 422; penitentiary 432; Navy board

280 tract from the governor's
manufactures noticed 144, Navy of the U, S.-North Ca.

message

345
167, 267

rolina 26, 47; Delaware 128, North west explored, &c. 103,
Massachusetts---elections 26, 64 142; lieut. Jones 26; Con.

176, 272, 370
192; convention 64; proceed. gress 47,74; Macedonian 371;

North western passage

175
ings, honors to Mr. Adams Guerriere 79, 111; Alliga- Northern citizen, remarks of a 281
196; further particulars 240, tor 142, 190; Enterprize 176, Nova Scotia - dreadful fire in
241, 352, 415, Havard univer. Ontario 432; Cyane 224; Con- the woods

127
sity 64; Plymouth county 207; stellation 432; Constitution

0
ancient possessions of land 263; vessels built, cost, re- Ochre, stone, discovered 191
367; state prison 367; altera. marks, &c. 84; explanation Ohio river-state of tbe water
tions of the constitution 415 and correction 97; reports, in

79
Meade, R. W. his claims on

&c. 116; new schooners 263; Ohio state. fire near Chillicothe
Spam

7
yards, cost, &c. of

263 142; silver mine near Zanes.
Meckle, Barney, dies 190 Negro, public spirit of a 2; mur. ville! 191, 367; religious sect
Memoranda, curious and re. ders his master, &c. 336 in 263; elections 192; report
marks

143 Netherlands-population of Am. and resolutions about the
Mermaid

424 sterdam 184; passports for bank of the United States
Meteoric stone

S08 travellers 322; statistics 421; 339, 400, 401; antiquities in 367
Methodists in the U. States 384 fall of the price of linens 425 Ossian, of the poems of 93
Metternich-see “ Austria." Neuville, Mr. received, &c. 418

P
Mexico-Vera Cruz opened, Newspapers, notice to be giv- Paper, crowned, for the use of
fate of certain prisoners in 396 en if they are not taken up 313 congress

18
Militia in service during the New. Brunswick-a "seditious" Pedestrian, celebrated 183
late war

372
American in

79 Pedlars, a remark respecting 243
Milk used in New York 263 New-Granada 221, 308, 397 Penitentiary system, facts and
Miller, gen. interesting letter New Hampshire-governor's remarks concerning 296
from him
242 speech

260 Pennsylvania-elections 111,
Mills, Robert, his projected im. New Jersey-elections 142, 152, 128, 142, 176, 352; Mr. Bald.
provements

47 192; report on salaries, &c. 182 win 142; Westinoreland co.
Mint of the U. S. gold coined Niagara, fort

64 191; legislature meets 256;
at 112, 142, 195; copper coin. Nicholas, William C. dies

142

gov. Hiester qualified 280;
age

192 New-Orleans-- health of 80; do. Andrew Gregg 326; state of
Missions to the Indians

122 and death's noticed 112, 142; the finances 341, 423; cost of
Mississippi state-elections 79, 432 finances of the city 128; ex- a court martial 352, 432; dags
Missouri -see congress-elec. ports 264; anniversary of the

presented

368
tions 112, 152; affairs with battle 367, 432; British claim Perkins, Jacob
the Indians 112; constitution to victory at

142 Perry, an oration on, 66; notice
at length 50; governor's New York state-meeting of of his papers left respecting
speech 116; seat of govern. the legislature, &c. 176; go. capt. Elliot 370; provision for
ment 208; population of St. vernor's speech 178; council his family, see congress and 370
Louis

312

of appointment 192; proceed. Persia-supposed designs of
Missouri, extract from the St.

ings about slavery ib., the go-

Russia on

152, 184
Louis Enquirer

371 vernor and the senate 207; Peru-of the mines 175; expe.
Missouri expedition noticed 47 convention 208, 212; Missouri dition against, 221, see Chili
Missouri, question, notices and question 208; Tompkins' ac. Petersburg, population of 328

remarks upon 113, 145, 241, counts 298; Montgomery agri. Phenomenon, extraordinary! 169

265, 281, 401 -see congress. cultural society 267; great in. Philadelphia-interments, and
Mitchell, Dr. a letter to him on crease of population 352; go- fever reported, &c. 16, 26,

the discovery of a southern vernor's message 376; a re- 47, 64, 65, 80; fainilies named
continent 43-see “Southern mark upon 383; election of Smith 47; elections 128; ma.
continent.”

senator 415; Chautauque co. sonic hall 191; police infor-
Money, on the denominations 421; valuations of real estate mation 208; census of 421;
313 432; funds of the state 432

bills of mortality

422
Monroe, Mr. opposition to his New-York city--supposed case Phillippine islands

396
re-election

129 of fever at 26; police order Pidgeons, great quantities of 143
Morse, Mr. his tour noticed 370 about women of ihe town 99; Pirates, pardoned

352
Mortality,coinparative bills of 420

milk and water used 263; po. Pizzarro---extract from 151
Morton, William, dies

3361 pulation and commerce no- Plaister of Paris-trade in 16

98

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