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NOTICES OF THE ACTS AND MANUFACTURES, AND A RECORD OF THE

EVENTS OF THE TIMES.

H. NILES, EDITOR.

Hec olim meminisse juvabit.—VIRGIL.

FROM SEPTEMBER 1812, TO MARCH 1813.-VOL. II.

BALTIMORE:

PRINTED AND PUBLISHED EY THE EDITOR,

at the Franklin Press,

SOUTH-STREET, NEXT DOOR TO THE MERCHANTS' COREE-HOUSE

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Gift of
Mrs. Edward Channing

BRIEF ADDRESS

ON CLOSING THE THIRD VOLUME OF THE REGISTER.

After a delay much greater than was anticipated, the editor has at last the pleasure to present his readers with the Index for, and a voluminous Appendix to, the third volume of the WEEKLY Register. He flatters himself that the index will be found to answer all the purposes designed; for, considering it of the last importance to the utility of the work, and feciing the too general imperfection of things of this kind--a plan, differing in some respects from that hitherto pursued, has been adopted, which appears to combine simplicity with clearness. In the choice of matter for the APPENDIX we were chiefly guided by the will to add value to the Register as a common reference and whatever may be thought of the selection, we claim this merit, that the gratuity cost us $ 600.

At the 70th number we suspended nearly 500 papers for the want of attention to the terms on which it is published. This was thought a harsh messure by some ; but it should be recollected that the validity of every periodical work depends-not upon the number of its subscribers, but upon their punctuality. Notwithstanding this procedure the list of our names has increased.

With an honest pride, sustained by the favorable manner in which the WEEKLY REGISTER is received by the public, the editor will zealously pursue the general plan of the work -and while he shall refuse to interfere in any of the party disputes of the times, do his best to maintain the cause of the republic against all its enemies : foreign and domestic. But the leading object shall be to collect and preserve an honest history and record of the events of the times, documental, military and miscellaneous,

We have only to add, (for it will give pleasure to the friends of the work) that if the ReGISTER yields to no work in America as to the number of copies printed, it has equal high ground in regard to the respectability of its subscribers ; and that, lately, many oi the most prominent characters in the United States are added to its patrons.

Baltimore, June 10, 1813,

Judex to the Third Yoluwe.

Advertisements, British taxes American Seaman
Abergaveny, the

208 416 Army appointments
160 upon
223

322 Adams, the

Ingenuity 286 Aliens, notice to

144

promotions

408 Address in support of Mr.

gallantry
33 of the centre

368 Alert, the Clinton

42 58 Algerine war 17 American prizes in cach no.

148 Army and navy, remarks Additional instructions to

Algiers, documents respect.

403 of the volume. public and private armed

ing

429 Annoyance of the enemy 395 states, remarks of vessels 191 Amendments to the constj.

60

Arms, mannfacture of
Cobbett

69 Adjutant general's "gene

tution proposed
174 distribution of

278 ral orders

spirit 216 330

108 Anecdotes, naval

43 Articles of confederation
captains
ta the military com

143 Angus capt.
249

65

and perpetual union vessels sent into mittee 309

Argus, the brig 191 318 Arbitration, Pennsylvania 336 Providence 191 Army bill 2071 Auas privateer

69

on the

Jamaica esports

36

158)

Jones. eap

400

408

119

Arbenian socirty of Balt. *995 College of Malicive in M* Duckworth, sir John, his let. (Hopkins, Gen. 142 170 190 204
Austria, loss and gain by the ryland

111
ters to capt. Porter und

264
176
95 Colburn, Zera
treaty of Presburg

the secretary of state 92 Hull, Gen. 18 53 38 80 344
Aurora, the case of 423 Comincrce of the t'. S. or.

Duane, William

captain

28 59 126
ders and decrets affectie
B

E

whecdote of 159
Baltic, American trade to the 176

67 East Florida, proceedings in Hurricane at New Orleans
Common law
110 Georgia respeting

259

1
Baltimore, account of

45
Comet, Hershell's account Eastern Iruntier, colonel Ul-

63
volunteers 79 249
of it
176 mer's -11
365 Jane, sloop

238
privatetts

124

Comunitice of foreign relations 367 Employment of the Indians
dection of mayor
100

63 Jara frigate-see Constitu-
Com. Hull, the U. s. schr. 343 Elliou, lieut. to the secreta tion and Java.
insprttiuus 326
Congress-articles ol' confe-

ry of the navy
Bassano, duke of to lord Cas-

174

157 Impressment, an essay on
deration and union 65 ; re Elicalreth Town, singular
iknagh

-, cases of 325 470
presentatives is, « table,

occurrence at
Barney,
corn, bis eruise

256 Impressed srameli, corres-
103 ; standing commillets Energy in war

77
Barlow, Mr.

342

pondence respecting
272 335

173; stale of parties in Enlistments, a decision re
Banc and antidote
220

Imperiul family of France 140
232; prutredings 175 192 208
Bayard, Mr.

103 Indian council 104-proposi-

speeting
78
221 239 255 272 England and France

37
Barnet, general
138

tion 105-treaty 160-war 204
287 303 319 33: Ensurers, prunotions in the Indians, thir Sjoux 100-of
Barladus

ib.
357 358 383 406
corps of

28 2
Beile-ut, attack upon

126

St Regis 108-friendly
Connecticut, guv. Sprech ; Estimates of the treasury

299

128 249
Devidera ingate, see Presi

correspondence with the

Erie, fort
dent and Beividcra.

346

142 249 Internal riavigation
Secretary of war 24; Jeria-
Ermouth (Eng.) bank, fazi-

205 417
Bonaparte, Jerome and El-
ration oi the assembly 24; lure of

368
zabeth
224

--, opinion of the court 301
legislative proceedling 5, 156 Erving's George W. letters 137 Junon frigate

126
Black Rock

249
Consutution of the U. S. 81, Events of the war-in every

K
Hochad, privateer

268
amendineits pro Jo. of the vot, for particu Kenawa salt works

128
Bluekade of dae Chesapeake 396

posest to do. 174 335

lars see the various heads. Kentucky legislature 274 389
398 412 413
of New Hampshire 97 Europe, state of .

220

volunteers 29 171 389
Bloomfield, general
40 190

113 Exchange of prisoners

92 Kinderland governor

156
Boston, Durtality of

of Massachusetus
9 Expenditures of the l'. . 341 | King's Mountain men

171 325
Horia privateer
208

145

--- war departe
Bridge over the Schuylkill 322

Kickapoo towns attacked
of Connecticut 443

meut
British partiament 34 337 338

310 Kingston, attack upon 206 218
New-York 444 Evans, Oliver, his will ma. Killed and wounded, colo-
corruption of 144

New Jersey 447

elint ry, &c.
Auidenda

252
comnierce, tables of

parative loss
71
Pennsylvania 449

Knitting of the bonds 350
goodis imported 110 227
Drlaware 45. Fame, privateer

127

I.
stocks
127 352
Maryland 456 Fawi the, a cartel

143 Letters. mr. Monroe to mr.
eballenge

61
Virginia
461 Fifteenth regiment, the 133 Russel

151
expenditures 64 80

Nortlı-Carolina

46 Flim for guns, discovery of 240 mır. Graham to the saine ib.
license, copy of one

South Carolina 464 'Florida-steret business in mr. Monroe to the same 162 178
export

125
Georgia

congress respreting 49 mr. Russel to mr. Monroe 163
-proclamation

138
Vermont
469 Floridas, the 16 19 49 52 107

177 178 183 184
prisoners in the U. S. 157

Kentueky

472
in the peninsula

154 170 171 181 229 lord Castlereagh to mr. Rus.
124
Tennesste

476
-, letter of the gov. 311 sel

163 171 178
naval force at Halifax 157 Charter of Khock-Island 441 Flax, a substitute for 188 reply to ditto

163
onder in council 243 415 Constitution and Guerriere 15 Flaxseed imported into Ire mi'. Russel to id Castleri agh 163
285
28 31 109 157 Innd

10

171 178
paper money 286

191 253 271 333 Forsith's attack on Eliza
general orders 332

Id. Castlereagh to mr. Russel 164
Java -
397 410 beth-town,

408 reply to do.

ib.
navy
366 Constellation irigate

217
leke of liberty

his experlition to
32 Court martial on H. Brush

gen. Tupper to geu. Harri-
89
Ganahoque

93 son
religion
345 Continental mulky

88 Fort Gansevoort
tas tables

215 com. Rodgers to the secre
417 Craig, capt. his expedition 282 - Wineliester

ib. tary of the navy

172
Broek, general $ 25 249Crane, lic utenant

120 Frontier chistances
Burdett ár Francis, his ad-

173 mar. Hamilton to mr. Russel 178
Criminals in London 30+ France and England
dres* to the tectors of

37 mr. Russel to mr. Hamilton iba
Creek Indians
Westinjnster.

16 205 210 France, imperial family of 149 gen. Van Renssellar i gen.
356
223 272 French troops in Spain, 2081

Suith

191
Bulktiv of the French arlay 384

Tennessee it French and Russians
Budals, riot at

255, mr. Denison to the secreta-
396
solutions l'esperto
French fleet

336
bure (mill) stones in Ohio 320

ry of the diavy
ing them

159
Lust, lieutenant tribute of

ariny

32 48 gin. Smyth to the editors of
Crooks, gen. bais march 154 Funk, it. notice of his death 302 the Nat. Intelligencer 203
Tespret to

63 80
Curran, Mr.

400
Buenos Ayrs

mr. Savage to the secretary
112

Gaines, colonel E. P.
216 of state

296
с

D
Ganadoque, surprise of 93 171

to admiral Stor
Carden, captain 269 285

Globe privatotr

16
Canada 8, 51, 84, 87-gine

ling, &e.
Dacre's, captain 80 253 Geographical table
ral staff in 336-paper mo-

121 B. Garzia to gov. Mitchell 311
- his address to the Georgia, menibers of con-
реу

gov. Snyder to the secretary
344
court martial

333
gress from

160
Cannon improvement of

of war-and repais 330
15 Delaware, gov, message

438
Cartel, Fawn

message of the po mr. Mitchell to the secretary
143 Delaware Indians

330
vernor

193 250
of state

342
Cars, col, his letter to the se-
Detruit the, and Calerlonia 127

legislature 259 sir J.B.Warren to mr Mitch-
cretary of war 37-to the

Detroit, surrender of &c. 13 33 Gemmill, Mr. his resolu-
eitors of the Intelligencer 235

ell, &c.
37 44

tions
Cerning, Mr. George

245 343 com. Rodgers to the secre.
367
stores at
93 Goldsinids
64 tary of the nary

ih,
Coution, tinutty

128

British official ac Gold coins, foreign 310 col. Winder to gen. Smyth 363
Caracas

168
count

265Green mountain boys 220 col. Ulmer to the selectiven
Carbeart, J. L. consul at Ma-
Dearborn fort, fall of 89 Grabam, mjdshipman 366 of Eastport

264
deira
gen-general orders 23.3 Griswold R.

100 com. Chnuncey to midship
Castireagh, lørd, pensions to Denmark, late mission to 137 Guerriere-sre Constitution man Grahain

366
his family 149-his letter Debt of the United States 377 and Gurrierre,

secretary of war to the mili-
to the duke of Bassano 37 Delaware electors of Presi-

tary committee

392
Catacombs of Pans

261
dent

192

H

secreiary of the treasury to
Campbil, coð hrós expedition 300 Dinsmore Silas

125 Hamilton, gen. to Mr. Pick to the committee of ways
316 Divertisement
349 ering
148 and means, &c.

323
Champlain, naval force on 171 Distillation of spirits 123 Hawkins, col. respecting co!. Porter to gen, Dearborn 408
217| Distressing capture

349 the Creeks
Choctaw Indians

155 cmpt. Byron to capt. Stew.
128 Distributiun of arms 278 Hamilton, lieut. his arrival

412
Chaunery, com. 59 127 205 00 Distances, tables of

173 at Washington

238' secretary of war to governor
Chieago
79 155 Dilligent, the brig
64 Hamilton, Paul resigns 288 Meigs

79
Christiana, queen of Sweden 96 Discovery of a substitute für Halifax, a letter froin 239 Law ease 60 71 113 180 294
Circular to culltetors 119

flax and hemp
18 Hanson, A.C.

119

416 423 425
to district attornjes ih. Dobbins, captain

126 Harrison, fort defence of 90'Laws of the U. States 60 240
Claiborne's gor. sprech 99 Domestic manufactures, Cole

general 40 107 125 Laurence capt. to the secre-
- general orders 108 bett on them 8-the sampe 329

154 331 tary of the navy, &c.

270
Clark the spy
294 Dormnion of the lahe's 127 Heaid, capt. at Chicago 155 Lacule

233
Clay's H. speech on the ar Documents arcompanying Hawkins colonel

205 Law of Soutlr Carolina on
360 the treasury report 244 Herinrts tu x tables

417 duelling

305
Clefacney of gor. Edwards 408 Dorsey, Mr. his resolutions 273 Highwyer privatier 44 Lady Jobuson, a prize 350
Osmon, De Witt
17 Dolphijn privateer 127 398 jiram. the ot Baltimore 425 416 Lear, corsal

96 118
Culbett, extracts from his Dux, capt.

249 Home inftrue
3.8Lewis, commodore

269
Register 8 69 143) Drawbacks, an account of 23) Honey, juisutuus 223 Live the corletitution

378

167

art, &c.

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Titerature, oration on 1 New Orleans

64, Keport of the sec. of the Travelling amusement 100
Licelists, British
22 40 Ninara, fort attacked 250
treasury 227 231 244 Treasury estimates

299
Licensed vessels
265 Non-importation law

399
277 299 326

notes

350
Lloyd, mr.
78 Noon, major

249

341 376 390 Treaty, Monroe's 196-Swe-
Lochaway towns 171 235 Norfolk, preparations at

283

of the coni, of ways den and Grat Britain 298
Lulgevily, instance of 96 Sorth western country 105–

and means 208 251 393 Tulip, the brig 60 71 180
Louisiana, governor's speech go

агшу
48 252 282 344

on naval affairs 241 257 Tupper, gen. 134 167 217
London, criniwals in

176
380 408
of foreign relations 359 Tax tables, British

417
Love of Liberty), British 329 North Carolina, legislature 213

of the commissjo11 Tea, consumed

440
Lua, is of the U.States from Volunteers

269

ers of the sinking
the year 1791
378 Nonsuch privateer

174)
tund

405
Louisiana

16

0

Representatives in congress 103 U. States and Macedonian 237
M
Ogulen gor.
190 203 Recruiting instructions 330

252 253 285 317 318
Maroons
95 (Odensburg
126 238 kuu Jackitt

120 UpperCanadla

84
Massachusetts, gov. speech 116 Oh-governor's proclama Religion, British

345 Urtica Whitlowi

188
354 tion 35-address to the go-

Retaliation 192 220 358-
legislature 123 144 390
Vernor, 134-election of

Iudian

223 Van Rensellear to Tompkins 138
constitution of

129
governor 160-ot members Revolutionary paper-money

68

154 202 250
Maryland-election 96 112 176 of congress 88-gover

virtue 201-government 377 Vermont-gov. ele tion 128
192-college of Medicine 112 nor's speech 289--volun.

naval force

403

-Presidential nomination
legislature 271 305 321 353 teers

316 355 376 Reynolds, Dr. James--death 58

133-legislature 154 220–
386

Ontario

126 142 Rliode Island, message of Senator 100-volunteers
Manchester (E.) troops at 368 Orange County, N. Y.

215
the governor

179 190-members of congress 320
Macedonian frigate-see U. Oration on literature
i Riker, R. letter to messrs.

335
States and Macedonian. Order in council 35 243-re Taylor and Spencer 133 Vessels of the enemy cap-
Machson, the ship

252 inarks
upon 35-duties
Roman antiquities
160 tured

122
Manufactures 173 183 189 payable under the

:8 Roads from Chilicothe to

Vincennes

25
M*Feely, cul. to gen. Smyth 250

Detroit 95-tables of 173 Virginia-gov. speech 115–
M'Kim's mr. motion 407 "Passing remarks." 195 Rodgers, com. 26 40 252 286

message 246legislature
Maxsisineway towns 300 Paper, a machine for mak-

Rus ja

254 256 408-finances 343 368
Matthews, gen.

20
lug it
96 Rus and Spain
186 Vixen, brig

365
Massena
128 Patents, directions concern-
war in 128--commerce 951 Volunteers

282 300
Meigs, gov. 39 60 69 79 123

135 proclamation

347

W
134 Paris, the catacombs 261 Russian ships in the Tagus 48 Walabites
Messages of the President 150| Paper money, British 286 fleet sent to England 272 War, materials of 60-on the
171 175 253 278
Continental 88 Rush, R. to col. Cass 235

ureun 122-Events, in e
290 342 407 429 Patriotism of the fair

287 Russel, col.

205

Very number
of governors-
Patents issued in 1812 399

s

Warret admiral, 59 153 207
see the states. Petersburg volunteers 142 202 Sarah-Ann privateer 172

279-his flert

126
Merino sheep
123

282 Sackett's Harbor 26 173 War expenditures (U. S.)
Mexico 64 104 144 272 Perpetual motion 144 192 335 Sandusky

108 Warsaw, duchy of
188 352
351 357 384 Savannah, a vessel destroy-

Wasp and Frolic 156 205 217
Mitch-ll, gov,
312| Pennsylvania volmteers 154

160

219 252 323 332
Drichilimuachinac
57 105 legislature 225 210 245 269 Saratoga privateer 345 Wales, prince of

286
Michigan territory

92
3.14 358
Saleni privateers

300 Washington's farewell ad-
Mickels ton, gov.
50 militia 240-election 192

Saucy Jack

399
dress

385 401
Military stores 126 142~ex. income of

335 Secret journal of the H. of Weekly Register, terms 1 288
ecution 141-movements 142 Peninsula, affairs in the 350 Representativos

49 Vest-Indies–British com-
-expresses 150-supplies 219 Piqua, treaty at

58 Sea fencibles

269
merce with

71
295-weapons (new) 320 Pike,col. 2. M. letter to the Seamen's bill

361 West Florida

181
Miller, It. col.
126 316 editor of the Aurora 133 Seminole Indians

156 Whiskey, tax proposed on 407
Miranda
11288 & proclamation by 344 Seramporo

240 Winchester, 61.

107 383 396
Mississippi territory 249 Pillar of fire

304 Shadow privateer

29

408 409
Miut establishment 310 Plumer, gov. 101-his speech 209 Simulated papers 63 Wilkinson, capl. to the edi-
Montague lord
211; Foint in controversy
302 Siciliau constitution

201
tor

154
Moultrie, girl.
202 Poland,

30 Sisson, Alexr.
352 Williams, John

190
Modern Antiquities 88. Porter, capt. official letters 41 Siuking tund U.S.

40: Williams' Mr. speech 291
Moon, capt. his statement his reply to capt. Yeo 61 Slave trade

189 Wilkinson, gen.

57
Morris, captain
232 Politual iable
48 232 Smyth, gen. at Bufalo 203 210 Woolsey, lieutenant

26
Morceari, elegant
223 Pope, th:

48

237 263 282 Wright, Mr. his retaliatory
-Montgomery privateer 345 Porter P, B. address 233 264 duel with col. Porter 283 368

bill

192
Moss, Richard

stateinent of
284 Smith, col.

249

Y
Drobile
410 President of the U. S. rela Smuggling

335 Yankee privateer

30
Munroe's treaty

196 tive to the election of the 63 Suuth Carolina-gov.speech 50 Yankee trick 172-frolic, a
Muller inr.

128
131 133 176 208 224 members of congress 100

Song

315
N
President fricate
58 301 legislature

269 275 305 Yazov deposit 260-claims,
and Belvidern 20 155 Southern frontier, state of 107

report on

390
Naval force of the U. States Prisoners, American 155 322 365 Southeuinh, capt. death of 412 Yeo, sir James

61 398
on Champla 217-war Priz-money, distribution of 298 Spirit of the nation

45 rcas Ó nays in the H. of R.
fare 61-volunteers 191–
Privatvers, laring to 40 120 Spanish and Russian treaty 180

on the meeting of con-
establishment 241 255-
187 276 111 120 366 Spaniards, character of the 98

gress in May

406
promotions 259- victories Prevost, sir Georgt-procla Sparrow privateer

365

on the bill to suspend
honored at New York 301

mation by
87 Spencer and Taylor

133)

non-importation
312-force of the U.S. re. Prince Regent-speech

3Spirits, distillation of 123 on Mr. Mckin's motion 407
volutionary,

403

proclamation by 286 287 Speech of the gov. of Virgi respecting the exporta-
Navy of the U. S, on the in. Proclamation of gen. Smyth 203 nia 115-of Mass. 116-of

tion of bread stuif 175 222
crease
61 159
216 Ten. 118-of N York 16

on the new arıny bill 207
remarks on the 239 270 Proctor, col. in the Michi. Statistics-general table 121)

on the merchants bonds 287
do. (British)
271 gan territory

92 Sterling, Elijah an impress on raising the bounty of
Navigation Internal 346 352 Public papers. domestic-

od stainau
219 the soldiers

287
Naturalized seamen
355 private armed vessels 40 Steel's lists

333
on the loan bill

351
Xautical novelty
59 kast Florida 19-desert Steam engines 110-boats 204

on the militia bill

362
Nantillus, the brig 43 120 ers 101--the sc. of state

Evan's iuvention-see

on the bill to compens.
Newcomb, lieut.
345 and admiral Warren 135

Addenda.

ate the officers & crew
Newman's expedition 156 171 Foreign-gov. Brock 5 25 Stansbury gen.

288

of the frigate Constitu-
255 -france and England 37 Sicw, mr. his speech 303

tion, &c.

362
New-York, arrivals at 59-

St. Regis

171

- on the seamen's bill 392
privateers 111 120--troops

Q

Sun, moon and star, visible 128 on Mr. Little's motion 395
at 363-appointment of Quebec, government stores Swartwout, col. R. thanks to 240 Yeas o nays-in the Senate
electors 192-legislature 211 arrive at

119 Sweden

32 U. S. concerning the
-council of appointment 352 Queenstown, battle at 125 13:9

T

pay of the army 221
--Congressional election 363
140 141 154 156 169 Tamerlane, the

345 on increasing the navy 255
militia
363 Quincey, Mr. bis speech on Tannehili's brigade

313 on fines and forfeitures ib.
Newhampshire-governor's the ariny bill

306 Taylor, captain 2. 79 90 100 on the bounty to the
proclamation 101-eke-

Tecumseh
25 soldiers

344
ijon 176-gor. speech 209

R
Tennessee-gov.speech 118

on engrossing the
-Volunteers
216 233 Rattlesnake, the brig 224 -legislature 100-volun-

200 bill, &c
New Jersey election 144 Recripts and expenditures tiers

267 408 on the r taliation bill 406
of the gov. 160--declara ot' tlie U.S.

326 311 Timely notice

222 on the seamen's bill
tion 179--representation Revenue of the U.S. 3. Tompkins, governor 211 Yorktown privateer

143
of the minority
21.3 Report of the sec. of state 67 Teviage of the 11. States 30

Z
Nevis, cruel incident # 1101
355 T'oasis at New Yoris 224 Zanesville

350

173

318

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the salutary lesson, that the former cannoi le zjisiVOL. III,

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