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NOTICES OF THE ARTS AND MANUFACTURES, AND A RECORD

OF THE EVENTS OF THE TIMES.

H. NILES, EDITOR.

,

THE PAST THE PRESENT-FOR THE FUTURE.

FROM SEPTEMBER, 1822, TO MARCH, 1823—VOL. XXILI

OR, VOLUME XI.-NEW SERIES.

C BALTIMORE:

PRINTED FOR TÉE EDITOR BI WILLIAM OGDEX NILES,

at the Franklin Press,

WATER-STBENT, LAST OF SOUTA-STREPT.

INDEX TO VOLUMI. XXIII.

405.

275.

one 183.

97,

80

A.

Bank of U. S.--general meet. Rock," 103, 131-acts of violence 117,27%
Accidents
80 ing of the stockholders 23;

-conspiracy to kill the lord lieutenant
Adams, John--his letters con. report of the committee and

Jew's at London 166.
cerning the fisheries 25; re. exposition of the president Kean, Mr. 230; king, the, noticed 5, 54, 57-
ply to Mr. Jefferson 248; his 87 to 96; Mr. G. Williams'

prorogues parliament 54-visit to 'Scot-

land 68, 71, 103. 117.
letter on education

375 note 98; Mr. Cbeves' state. Laws, various in the colonial possessions 63
Adams, John Q his note on Mr. ment 121; note on the contro. -oppressive 83. London, lord mayor's

feast at 323-bills of mortality and cbris.
Floyd's letter 9; bis letter in versy 147; Mr. Williams' re.

tenings 405. Lowe, sir Hudson, whipped
reply to Mr. Clay's 246; bis joinder 153; resolutions 179;
aduress in reply to general proceedings of the delegates

Marriage act 164.

Naval-frigate Iphigenia 64-the Lutine
Smyth, noticed

289 209; directors 257, 290; ils 149-return of vessels and ships building
Ad valorem goods, essay con. "equalization of exchange"

200 squadron fitting out 374. Noblemca
cerning
311 290; money received on de

166; non residents 21; Norwich, in 1561,

133; nunnery 183.
Africa-British settlements 22; posite

322 Parliament-pensionary members of 54;
slave vessels, &c. 22; the hor. Banks—see the several states;

Perl, sir Robert 132; piracy noticed 5,
rid traffic 69, 99, 386; treaty

166, 184; population, comparative and id-
general remarks on 209

teresting views of 105-more females
at Cape Mesurado

109 Bayard, James A. a remarkable than males 183. Poor rates 151; premier
Agriculture, a professorship of, letter from him 161; Mr. Har.

peers, in opposition 103; priest, « rich
proposed in Virginia 202

per's exposition and re. Religious charities 103; revenue, &c. 108,
Lubuma-reported quarrels a- marks

277 291; representation 136.
mong the Indians of 48; pro. Beefsteak, how to cook one! 289 Scott, str Walter 117; Scotland-visit of the

king 68-statistios of 346. Slave trade 53;
duct of cotton, &c. 131; do. in Birkbeck, Mr. his oration

73

smuggling 230, 355; specie 5,68; steam
Madison County, and remarks Births, extraordinary

144

boats 68; South American states 5; steam
242; Limestone county 291; Blood, the circulation of

travelling 5; sugar, East and West India 5.

99 Teeth, human, a great cargo of 4^5; Thet.
elections
291 Bonaparte, Napoleon-anec.

ford, the horough of 372; Times, newspa-
Albany, a meeting at about the dotes of him, &c. 34, 65, 164

per 21; stocks, pries of 68, 166; travelling

68; traveller in America 163. 177; tythes,
afi'airs of the Greeks 215 198; notice of his death 115; jost payment of 182.
Aleppo, earthquake at 185

treaty of Chatillon 115; of his Wallace, sir William, his sword 83; wages

of laborers and soldiers 184; Wollesley,
Algiers - difference with Spain family 226; journal of Las Ca.

Willian Pole l'inley Long! 68, 82; West
21; plague at 36; American sas 230; his mother 355; of Indies, the trade of 18; wbeat, price of 83,
181 his Son

242

136; Wilson, sir Robert 116; wives sold

183.
Allen, lieut. killed 211, 345 Books, great prices paid for 256 Brooks' Gazetteer

354
Allen, Mr. the philanthropist 342 Boston-deaths in 32; city fi.

Brown, Dr. George, dies 16
Ames,,t. nis dwelung of Liber nances 64; banks 113; seal of

Brown, major general
ty!

163
the city 144; tumult at in 1746

Buenos-Ayres--receipt of com.
American listory--various in. 150; electioneering at 183; ar. munications from the United
teresting items 60, 150; “A. rivals 322; Merchant,' a wri.

States 36; conspiracy at 152;
merican,"mma newspaper at ter in the Register 243, 356;

affairs quiet at

356
New Fork
385 bills of mortality

386
Burning to death

355
Ancient world
20 Botany Bay, convicts at 355

C.
Appointments by the president Bounty, mutineers of the ship 123 Canada-arrivals, population,
and senate 320, 337, 388, 404 Braham, Mr. the singer

3

&c. 7: of the trade with, see
Army of the U.S.--troops at Brazil-revolutionary proceed.

"congress."
the Saut de St. Marie 96; re. ings 7, 152, 166; particulars, Canals, a remark respecting 3;
marks on the state of 98; es. proclamation of the prince, the Delaware and Hudson 26;
Säy's on the establishment 104
&c. 70; manifesto of the same

account of several

248
152; general views of the 124; deputies 137; address of

Canova, some account of bim
state of
267 the cortes of Portugal to the

276, 405
Atlantic and Pacific

49
people of Brazil 142; the

Cape of Good Hope

230
Atas, American-Carey &

cockade 152; the regent to Canitol of the U. S. dimensions
Lea's
33 be crowned 166; the slave

of

387
Atmosphere-Mr. Leslie's re. trade 184; trial by jury 184;

Carey, Mr. his pampblet notic.
marks on
186 American seamen released

115
Aurora, newspaper
31 304; see Portugal.

Carpet, a superb one

150
B.
Bridge, a great one building 178 Caucus, remarks on

401
Bailey, Ann

98 British affairs.-Agricultural distress, by Charleston---servile conspiracy
Balance of trade, essay on 389; reason of large crops! 147; adder killed 35.

at 9; deaths in 32; terrible
Baokrupt, a singular one 103; butter, spe-
ste "Erchange."
culation in 344; Byron, lord, 307,355.

storm at 81; bands of fugitives
Baldwin, Mr, received at Pitts. Calico printer 132; Canning, Mr. 103, 345; 192; bills of mortality 387
burg

3

Catholic priest tried 103; Castlereagh kills Chatillon, the treaty of 116, 132
Baltic, the trade of

98

on him 307. Church, the 5,68, 275; Clogh Chesapeake frigate, lost by bad
Baltimore-cotton mills, &c. in er, the bishop of 66; Crim. con. 5-a book

ed

powder

368
of cases publisbed 100 Criminals 35, 183;
the neighborhood of 1; fo.

colonial possessions 63; cavon law 63; Chili-O'Higgins re-elected 246
reign goods imported 1; the Courier, extract froin 82, 1:6, 151; Cale China—the army of 56; order of
statue raised on the monu.

donian cadal 273.
Debt 108; debtors 5; dragoons in a church

the emperor 166; dreadful
ment 4, 33, deaths in 32; cases

68; dinner, (ancient) 133; Drogheda, the shipwreck 184; canals 248;
of fover at 65, 81, 128, 145; marquis of 82.

opium trade to 249; factories
election of mayor 96, 160; re.
Expenditure of government 83, 105; export

at Canton

323
of machinery 103.
marks on the fever in 114;

Glass manufactory 68; Grain, the product Christian church, state of the 139
nest of gamblers disturbed of 344; Greeks, the cause of the 5, 68.

Church, the established 275
160; German Society at 273;
Herschell, dies 83; Hertford, the marchioness

257
of 183; highland dress 103; human bones Cider, good and bad
election to congress 288; mu. imported 275; borse racing 151; Hunt, Cincinnati, project to fit out

Mr. 230.
seum (Peale's) 321; inspec.
Ireland-distresses of 5, 21, 82, 117, 344–

ships for the whale fishery
tions

3841
siots, &c. 82, 183, 185, 230, 275"capt. at

404
HARVARD
COLLEGE
LIBRARY

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Clay, Mr. at Cincinnati 48; nom. ny, Mrs. 304; delinquents, (50 reported), ment 253, 272; revenue 298, 40.3; rifles
inated for president 227, 245;

349; deposites, transfers of 349; direct tax 272; rivers Ohio and Mississippi 336,

and internal revenue 350; disbursement rules of congress 414.
his note on the negotiation at of public money 238, 253, 255, 351; divorce Reports-of the com. on roads and canals 43
Ghent

244 asked for 411; drawbacks 351, 403; duties, annual of the sec. of the treasury 265-
Cleopatra's barge

2

on the collection of-see Tariff," below; documents 297- concerning the army 297
Dwight, Mr, 280.

-respecting the navy 282--from the coin-
Clergy, interesting facts res. Erving, Geo. W. 253, 255; evening sessions troller 284, 288-of the board of inginers
pecting 139; the benefit of" 415, 416; expenditures 299, 400-a resolu. 336 --on the naval pesce establishment

tion concerning certain of them 412. 347-aboul Thompson's island 34-on to-
212; rights of the 230, 291 Florida 302, 366, 411, 413, 416; Floyd, Mr. reign coins 379-on gold coins 391--sinh-
Clogher, the bishop of 66 254; France, commerce with 237, 348- ing fund 394-custom house bonds, &c.

convention with 300, 413, 416. Forrest, 403-Cumberland road 403--armories 403;
Clotlı, rapid manufacture of 128

Joseph 397; fortifications--general, 239, on the case of D. D. Tompkins 406-on
Coal, the Lehigh

192 270, 331, 364, 367, 369, 416, Fuller, Mr. the appointment of midshipmen 408.
Colombia-dinner to Mr. Zea at

254.

Salvage 302; salt springs, &c. 382, 397; ses-
Gaillard, Mr. 409; Gales & Seaton, the case sion, close of the 401; Stamen, 237, 236,
London 1; supplies 7; acknow.

of 333, 336, 352; report 358; remarks 382. 382; Sibley, Mr, 238; Sloan, Mr.212; Sinith
ledged by the Dutch 7, 55, Georgia 255, 301, 302, 381,414, 415; Gerry Mr. 252; Smith, Dr. 334; Sterling, Mr.
70; by Portugal 70; acknow.

Elbriilge 349, 364; Great Britain, conven: 349; Shannon, George 364; spirits, domes.

tion with 334, 350, 399; Greeks, the 272, tic 365; stamps, concerning 415; sinking
ledgment advocated in Eng:

fuyil 394; South Carolina 364; Swyder,
land 56; events 71, 104, 276, Hayti 271, 288; Higbtower, Richard 413; Abraham 300; Strubenville, the ha k of
406; proclamation of Bolivar

Hugon, John B. 414; hour of meeting 352, 367; Stockton, lient. R. F. 38); stam
365; Howe, Samuel 399.

batteries 414; Symmes. John C 351; sum
71; eulogium on him 115; Mr. Indians, certain treaties with, &c. 272, 288, pressed papers, see Gales and Statoni, anic
Todd 147, 231, 406; Mr Tor. 334, 413; Iudian department 383, 414; in anit 367; supreme eart 397.

ternal improveinen is-system of 301, 351 Tariff, of the bills concerning, &c. (see "ma.
res 147; Laguira 167, 307,
-revenue 350.

nufactures" above) and 237, 253, 251, 301,
356; Morales 167, 231, 259, Johnson, R.M. his remarks on imprisonment 320, 334, 335, 336, 364, 366, 382, 398, 399,
263, 274, 356; Zea, 1r. 310;

for debt 251; on the organization of courts 415-bill at length 316-views and state

397; journal of the revolutionary congress ments 363. Taylor, Mr. of Va, 301, 317,
naval affairs 231, 246, 276, 411.

381; Taylor, Mr. of N. Y. 335, 414; Ten.
336, 356, 406; decrees of Mo Kearney, Lawrence

255

nessee 416; Thompson's island 254, 256
rales 231; Maracaybo

356

Lands, public, and land offices-various 10- 271, 335, 348, 365; Tompkins, D. D. 30-4,

tices 237, 239, 253, 271, 318, 314, 334, 350, 382, 398, 399, 409-reperi on his case 405.
Colonization Society of Massa 36 4, 383, 400, 412--Wntrants for military Transfers of appropriations 367; treasury,
chusetts 39; ot the U. S. 138 253, 413, 414-sales of lanıls 351---for the letter from the secretary conceruing for

relief of purchasers of 416. Lawrence,Julia reign commerce 331; tributes of the re-
Combustion, spontaneous 182, 227 334, 398, 412; lead mines, &c. 397; L wis, spect of the house 334, 336.
Commerce, the protection of Edwin 287, 412; loans to banks and indi. Virginia 350, 382, 333, 400; Vincennes, the

195, 229, 305

viduals, 349; Louisiana 272, 320, 334, 350, the bank of 365, 415; vice president takes

351 412, 4:3, 414; Lowndes, Mr. his de his seat 218-retires 398.
the report on no. cease noticed, &c 334; Luwrie, Mr. 410. Walworth, Mr. 318; Wherlwright, John 411;
ticed 385, with France 400- Mails, (by steam boats), 237; on the trans- Woodson, Mr. 301; Wright, Mr. 272.

port of 331; McKim, Mr. 304; manutac- Yeas and nays in the senate about allowing
see congress.

tures-the digest of 352, 65, 382-the com. a drawback on cordage 301--on the inili
Congress of the wholy allies" mittee report 304-report at length 316- tia claiing of the state of Georgia 381-
36, 67; reported proceedings

notice of proceedings 334, 52,367, 382,383 about the Mrchanics' bank of Alexandria

--virtually rejected' 398, 399- views and 382—on the bill concerning revolutionary
82, 100, 231, 310, 342, 344-

statements 363. Marshals 336; Maryland pensions 410, 41,--about a bill praying
see Holy Alliance

287, 302, 351, 352; measurer, the office of for a divorce 411.
Congress.

414, 415; medals presented 253, 255; Mex. Yeas and Days in the house of reprisonta-
Accounts of the various departments 284-

ican mpire 410, meeting of the second tives--conceruing the naval fraternal as.
on the prompt settlement of 287, 302, 320:

session of the 17th congress, members pre. sociation 304-on the bill about making a
advances 239, 413; ad valorem goods 350;

sent, &c. 218, 219, 24; McCormick, T. road im Obio 318-on a hill about roads
Alabaina 224, 271, 272; Allen, W. H. 239,

253, midshipmen, the appointment of 408; and canals 319-concerning the occupa-
983, 318, 334; amendments to the cons -

Michigan 416; military establishment 319, tion of the mouth of the Columbia river
tution 303. 317, 320, 334, 349, 364, 381,

350, 367; militia, Mr.Cannon's resolutions 351- about a rule of the house applied to
382, +11; appropriation bills 304, 317, 352,

239-on clothing the 239, 255 -arming of the tariff bill 398-the Mechanics' bank of
383, 399, 413, 414; army, peace establish-

272-discipline 304, 318-return of 411, Alexandria 399-on the bill to repair the
medt 239-documents 267-commissariat

Miller, John, 255; ministers of the U, S. Cumberland road 413-on the abolition of
system 255, 288, 318-pay of officers 287,
at foreign places 109; mint 416.

the oice of measures 415; on extingoiste
352, 366. Appraisers 350; agents and con. Message of the president opening the session ing eertain Indian titles in Georgia *15.
tractors 413; Archer, Mr. 334; Alexandria,

219-clerical error noticed in 241: docu-
Mechanics' bank of 382, 399; armories 271 ments 267; about the copper mines 236; Connecticut-lieutenant gover-
367, 397, 403
on piracies 236; relative to certain chris-

nor dies

320
Babbett, John 287; balances 237, 365; Bal-

tian Indians 230; public buildings 37; on

Consanguinity, singular 179
timore, 272, 318; bank of U. S. 334; Bas-
naval affairs 30!; convention with Great

150
sett, Mr. 238; Bastrop's grant 237; Beau.

Britajn 334; commerce with France 348; Consuls, foreign
marchajs' claim 237, 352; Benton, Mr. 397;

soro+5 of the Ohio and Vississippi rivers, Contagion--difference of doc.
Boston petition 272; British provincts,
339; on the expedition against Porto Rico

19

tors as to a remedy
trad- with 287,349 416-colonies 318, 381,

366; Indiao titles to land in Gergia 397;
382, 413, 416-in respect to an act of par.

concerning ordnance 397.
«Contempt of court

83
liament 413. Buchanan, Mr 383; Budd, Navigation, the act concerning 253; navy, Cornwallis, mentioned by Napo.
Stephen 254; Bargin, Jahn 415.
rules and regulations 272-various inte.

leon

65
Calendar, the 237; call of the house 399; resting documents respeeting 273, 282, 326

Cambreling, Mr. 363; Canada trade 287, - fraternal association 288, 303, 304--sor Correspondents, note to 337
349; t'anals-ste Roads, below. Captives geons and mates 288,304, 320--the estab: Cotton-northern 49, 209, 412;
redeemed at Detroit 238, 239; Caucisi, En- lishment 334-midshipmen 334-Rodgers'
rico, 415; Carr, Chas. 414; chaplains 230; marine rail way 351, 383, 399-pension

in Alabama 131, 242, 291;
clerk elected 219, 224; Cocke, Mr. 241, fund 309, 382.

product and consumption. 147
412; coins, the currency, &c. of 318, 335, Offices, to be established 335; Ohio, cana!

---stock of in England 151;
349, 350, 364, 367, 380, 391, 416; collection 253-a road in 272,304, 409, 4.5: orduauce
districts 350; cotomeree, foreign 332, 334;
256, 354.

price of 208; on the cultiva.
commercial regulations 334; committees Payments, 319, 416; patents 336; petitions tion of 209; general remarks

224, 236, 237, 256; compensation of the 303, 334, 351, 365, 399; Perry, Sarah 334,
** Members 224; compensations witbbeld,

and estimates 217; in Missou.
413; pension list 18,232, 352, 382, 409, 411
416; Condict, Mr. 239, 365; contingent -committee on 238. Pierce, Geo. lieut. ri 402; in Louisiana, &c. 323
fund of congress 240, 302, 413, 414; Co- 255, 318; piracy, proceedings concerning Counterfeiters,&c. 96, 160; gang
Jumbia river 240, 255, 272, 319, 350, 351, 239, 240, 252, 253, 272, 301,335, 416; Piatt,
397, 414-the district of 240, 241, 253, 303, John H 364, 366; Plattsburg volunteers

of 176; a great manufacturer
319, 364 411, 412. Cook, Mr. 319. 367; 238; Pleasants, Mr. 252; Porto Rico ex. 288; nest broken up

289
copper mines, &c. 382; cordage, of Rus- pedition 40, 252, 366; Peoria, the village Crawford, Air, in Georgia 80)
aian bemp 252, 286, 301; courts of the U. of 288, 302, 304; post office department
S. 398; crimes, on the punishment of 383; 303, 416; Prevost, Mr. 351; printers to Crimes in England and France 98
Curoberland road 237, 253, 286, 287, 301, congress 412, 415; prize agents 383, 419; Cuha--the pirates of, see Pi.
303, 304, 336, 399, 400—(cost of) 403, 413, public buildings 290,412, 410.
414; custom house officers 253, 351, 414; Road, from wheeling to St. Louis 253; rates Plunder when Hava.
do. bonds 382.

roads and canals 255, 271, 272, 286, 288,
Debt of the U. S. 336, 65-imprisonment

na wiis captured by the Bri.
301, 314, 336, 351, 409, 415; Rochester, Mr.
for 252, 286, 318, 320, 331, 332, 364; Den 339; Rodney, Jr. 301, 349; retrench-

tish 19; some disturbances in

one

276; supposed cession to Eng. ry of plenty 147; rotation in of the press 103, 166, 200; con.
land 305; arrivals at Havana office 162; on “infidelity and spiracies spoken of 137, 276;
372; revenue received at 388; disloyalty' 194; the American d'Angouleme 184; free masons
disavowal of any design of navy, the support given to it, 184; Talina 231; sir Robert Wil.
the British to possess them. vote on the tariff bill, &c. son, at Paris 231; the funds 275;
selves of the island

404

195; on Britain and Russia, note said to have been sent to
Curracoa--protest of the go- and the holy alliance 197; si. Spain 344, 388; prince of Conde

vernor against the decree of necure offices 241; the labor 355; faculty of medicine sup.
Morales

261 of slaves 242; on the affairs pressed 356; the duke of Mont.
Customs, remark on the 147; of Virginia 258; protection morency resigns 374; relations

bonds, receipts, drawbacks 403 of commerce 305; imprison. with Spain 388; treaty with the
see congress.

ment for debt 321; “rights of U, States 392; commerce with
Cyprus trees, remains of 321 men and things" 337; errors the U. States 400; cathedral at
D.

in 353; case of Gales & Sea. Rouen 151
Darby, Mr.

354 ton 358; importation of wheat Franklin, a saying of 193
Deaths in the chief cities of the 369; on politicians 370; note “Franklin," a writer in the Re.
U. States
32 on the 'N. York American' 385 gister, his essay

223
Delaware and Hudson canal 26 Education-- Mr.Knox's plan 53; Fuller, Mr. his letter

22
Delaware river, dispute about letters of Messrs. Adams, Jef. Fuller's.earth, discovery of 165
oyster beds in
212 ferson, Madison, and a citi. Fur trade

53, 164
Delaware, state of-election 96, zen of Maine thereon 375;

G.
112; «benefit of clergy' plead common schools in N. York 402 Gaines, gen. sword presented
in 212; appropriation for the Egypt-discoveries in

3 to him

54
canal 384; difference between Election of Jefferson and Burr

Gas, extraordinary combustion
the branches of the legisla. in 1801

277 of

343
ture
386 Elton, capt. John H. dies 80 Geese, extradrdinary

112
Denmark--reported treaty with Emigration

96, 305 Georgetown, S. C. hurricane at,
England 55; depreciation of Error, curious

67 and Mr. Mitchell's address 137
property in

166 | Evans, Oliver, mentioned 130 | Georgia-case of the secretary
Detroit, curious seizures at 99; Exchange on England 49, 97; of state 19, 128; elections
health of

226 essays on the rate of 185, 243 176; finances 256; governor's
Dickinson college

274 274, 289, 293, 356, 374, 339 message 203; attempt to
Dickson, Wm. dies

320
F.

change the constitution 225;
Dinner party, a rare one 164 Families, average bumber of penitentiary

256
Diplomatic agents of the U. S. persons in, 2; a mainmoth German Society

273
109,225

179 Germany--generally. A lord-
Distance-what is it?

130 Fisheries-J. Adams' letters on ship to be disposed of by lot.
Dogs, killed at Philadelpbia 19; 25; British provincial remarks tery 103; prince Esterhazy
mad

112 on a reported bull of the 372; universities 405; export
Dougherty, Thomas, dies 16

pope

131
of gold

405
Drought, severe 17, 34, 151 Flax, another machine for dress- Gbent, treaty of: Mr. Floyd's
Du Prati, extract from his work ing it, with remarks

1 letter, with Mr. Adams' re.
on colonies

169 Florida--the oriental, or nut ply 7; Mr. Fuller's letter 22;
Driel, between two black gen. gall oak 1; proceedings of the Mr. Clay's letter and Mr.
Hemen 208; the dropsy cured legislative council, governor's Adams' reply

246
by a

226

message, &c. 23; tribute to Glass, establishment of manu.
Duelling, remarks on 113; ridi. the memory of Dr. Bronaugh factories of

113
culed

179

112, 135; the treaty, board of Governors of the states 322
Duties exacted in England 226; claims 178, 193; on the pro. Gowing, Mrs.

128
ad valorem and specific, ste posed division of

226 Grain-growing states

196
"1'."

Flour, price at Lima 245; at Granger, Gideon, dies 304
E.
Guayaquil
320 Gray, David

373
Earthquake at Aleppo, &a 185, Floyd, Mr. his letter about the Greece-see Turkey. Remarks
259; in Peru 246; in Mexico treaty of Gient

77 on the case of 56, 81, 82; on the
406 Fontenelle

372 cause of, from the Liverpool
East Indies---females raped for Foreign goods, import of

Mercury, 111; adherence to
149; great fire at Surat 152; Fortifications, expenditures on their religious principles 149;
power of the press, Jugger.
369; see congress.

British sympathy 152, 179; re-
naut, &c. 184; great rains and France-military preparations &c. ports of their condition 225;
floods 184, 406; certain mis. 6, 55; English theatre at Paris 6 the emancipation of--meet-
sionaries in 184; volcano in 55, 184; the secret police, &c. ing at Albany 215; envoys at
Java, and cultivation of coffee 21; the censorship 62, 200; state Verona 310; supposed altera-
on the island

406 of the country 55, 356; Moreau tion in the policy of Great
Economy, national, excellent
89; debates 55, 83, 84; gen. Ber. Britain

405, 406
essay on

118 ton, &c. 55; the army 55; schools Greene, gen. Johnson's life of 178
Erfitorial-- rights of things," 55; consul at Smyrna 56; naval Greensburg, Pa. extraordinary
Greece, &c. 49; on the state -corvette La Tarn 80; Carbo accurrence at

345
of the army 98; on the yellow nari 83; "old clothes shop" 103; Gregory, lient. his letter re.
fever 114; on the differen. Hyde de Neuville at Havre de specting the Panchita 116
ces among the officers of the Grace 83; sedition 184; the bud Guineas, improper use of the
navy 129; on insolvents and get 84; trade with the U. States denomination

161
insolvent laws 129; on lon. -- royal ordonnance 102; popula.

H.
gevity in England and the tion of Paris, class of persons, Hamilton' to the editors of the
l'nited States 145; the mise. consumption, etc, 102; restrain! National Intelligencer

1

40

ror in

Hancock, John, anecdote of 341 masons in 'Tennessee 176; en. Long's expedition to the Rocky
Harper, Mr. his exposition and tertained at Nashville 369 mountains

76, 353
remarks on a letter of Mr. Jefferson, Mr. his opinion on Louisiana--runaway slaves 96;
Bayard 277; typographical er. political parties 164; injured expenses of government 144;

289 by a fall 208; letter to presi. contentions of parties 178;
Jlarrison, gen.

48 dent Adams 247; on education product of cotton, sugar, and
Hartford, Con. cases of longevi. and the supreme court 376

tobacco, & trade in 323; plea-
ty at 145; convention noticed Jessup, gen. at Cincinnati 48 saat view of the progress and
241 Jews, remarks on those of Tur

state of the country 368, con-
Hayti-its importance, &c. 3; in. key 99; at Philadelphia 275; troversy between the Ameri.
tended insurrection, and pro. see Maryland, &c.

can and French parties 402;
clamation of president Boyer Johnson, col. R. M. honored 148 elections

416
36; fugitive slaves given up Johnson, the colonels, case of 245 Lowndes, Mr. 131; resigns 176;
86; Port au Prince burat 310 Johnson's life of gen. Greene 178 dies

322
Ilealth-general notices of 113, Jones, Dr. his address 257, 260 Lunar observations

2
129, 145

K.
Lying, reproof for

100
Heckewelder, rev. John, dies 384 Kentucky-representation in Lynxes, killed in France 149
Herschell, sir William, dies 83; congress 16; the currency 96, Lyon, Matthew, dies 80; extracts

sketch of his character, &c. 154 148, 209, 234, 337; diminu. from a letter written by him 213
Hog, a great one
288 tion of the medium 163; go.

M.
Hollingshead and Scull 241, 273 vernor's message 170; elec. Macedonian, frigate, inquiry as
Holmes' Annals, extracts from 150 tion of a senator 176; state of to the cause of sickness on
*Holy Alliance;" see congress.
the bank of the commonwealth board of

205
Russian sentiment respecting

181; finances 225; report on Madison, Mr. bis letter on a pro.
100; remarks on the conspi. the currency 234; relations

fessorship of agriculture 202;
racy 100; abbe du Pratt's re. with Virginia 256; correspon.

on education

376
marks 132; Britain and Rus. dents 258, 337; stock sent tu Mail---robberies

33, 304
sia 198; reports of proceed.

market 259; fatal rencontre Maine---elections 64, 368; fi.
ings

273 in 320; burnings of paper mo- nances 339; meeting about
Hornet, the U. S. ship--see 'na- ney 321, 355, 387; Transylva. the presidency 322; a citi.

val.' Sickness of her crew 57 nia university 387, 402; pro. zen's letter on education 378
Household manufactures 144, 181 gress of population, &c. 402 Manning, lieut. anecdote of 213
Howard, gen. John, jun. 115

L.

Manufactures, &c. near Balti.
Hull, capt. 131; charges against La Fayette and col. Willet 71;

more 1; "Hamilton" on the
him 177; opinion of the court and general Bloomfield. 164

subject of 40; at Waltham 66;
187; statement of D. Leman 227 Labor-saving machinery, slave general reinarks 97, 228, 274,
Human bones, used to manure labor, &c.

242

306, 337; rapid work in 128;
lands
275 Lanit office, commissioner of 18;

forgery of 133, 257; demand
Humbert, gen. dies
416 at Huntsville

149 for 290; bouseholt 1...., 181;
Hurricane, in New Jersey 64; Lands, public sales of 148; ta. British remarks .bt 179
at Charleston 81; in North &

ble 379 -- see congress.

Marble, fine quarry w" 192
South Carolina, details 101, 137 Law- how to defeat a creditor Mariana Fora

181
Hydrophobia, cure of 184 4; rights of nations on the

Mar yiond-- counterteiting in
I.

157

the penitentiary! 16; cteutions
Illinois-elections 48; bank of Law cases--Forbes vs. Coch. 96, 112, 1441, 240, 320; resolu.
Vincennes 167 - see congress;

rane, fugitive slaves 26; copy tions about the Cuinberland
the governor of

355 right of a newspaper 34; a. road and internal improve.
Immigration to the U. States 305 bout a vessel wrecked on the ments 251; representation, &r.
Imports and exports, essays coast of Holland 82, 149; lia. 258, 370; report on religious
on

185 bility of mail carriers 100; liberty 261, 307; approving
Imprisonment for debt-colo. for a libel in the days of the measures of the general
1.el Johnson's remarks on 251; queen Elizabeth of England

government 263; finances 273;
in North Carolina 309; essay

150; Mariana Flora 181; about relief of the Jews 336, 357;
on

321 a gratuitous carriage of mo. claims for militia services 386;
Indiana-Harmony 2; election ney 194; sundry decisions 245; crop of tobacco 388; vote to
48; law cases in

245 policy of insurance, Waln vs. allow two additional dele.
Indians--opinions on civiliza. Thompson 295; case of the gates to Baltimore 403; about
tion 20; take newspapers 291
bank of the commonwealth

electing the governor by the
Indigo, cultivation of 151 of Kentucky 371; bigamy 371 people
“Infidelity and disloyalty," re. Lawyers in the U. States 226 vassachusetts --progress of po.
marks on
194 Lead, Mississippi

96)

pulation 34; colonization so.
Inquisition, the holy
183 Leib, Michael, dies

288 ciety 39; notices of events in
Insolvents and insolvent laws 129 Leman, David

227

old times, curious, 159; elec-
Interest, rate of 16, 96, 290 "Let us alone,"

177, 226 tions 176, 192, 320; of the
Interior communication 96, 213 Letters to the editor 82, 97, 258 clergy in 288; proceedings
Italy-storm at Venice 35; state Liberty, Ames' residence of! 163 about the presidency 345; D).

of the pope and his cardinals Light-houses, number, &c. 400 Gray, “the spy,” 351; state
103; bull respecting the use Lightning, protection against 168

prison
of fish
131 Lithgow, the case of 192 Mathews, Mr.

317, 404
J.
Lock, a new one

291 McClure, gen. Bis fory
Jackson, gen, reported to retire Longevity, cases of 98, 128, 208, McHenry, col.

115
from the list of candidates for 226, 354; aged persons in G. Meigs, Josiah, dies
the presidency 149; not true Britain, and comparative view Mermaid !
387, elected grand master of 145, 192; remarks 351 Methodists-progress of 23

seas

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