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to, 349.

Naval Chronicle. the United States, by with the Gracchi, 494--both the Grac-

C. W. Goldsborough, referred to, 349. chi perished at early age, 498---of Hor-
Naval History, Sketches of a, of the Unit- tensius, 499----his style of living and
ed States, by Thomas Clark, referred dress, 500 501----the orators were in

the way of receiving immense sums by
Navy, the, a bill for the gradual improve- legacies, 503--- of Calvus, 504----Latin

ment of, referred to, 349--have been orators, less careful in preparation than
its own architect, 353---began with two the Greeks, 509--Cicero and Demos-
small vessels, ib...-Congress resolves thenes compared, 519–538.
to build thirteen vessels, and subse. Ovid, a favourite of the dark ages, 40, n.
quently establishes a Board of Admi.

ralty, ib.----frigates of the second class Pandecls, the, on the discovery of, 87
the largest vessels put into commission Phasis, valley of the, the Colchos of an-
during the Revolution, 354-.--twenty- tiquity, 117-.--its geography, ib.
five vessels only employed during the Pitsundu, one of the finest bays on the
Revolution, at one time, ib.----the first coast, 132----remarkable for the ruins
maritime expedition undertaken by an of an ancient monastery in its neigh-
American fleet, 355.-.-suffered to dwin- bourhood, ib.
dle away towards the conclusion of Pleiades, Arabian, 33-38.
the Revolutionary war, 356--- Wash. Poetry, cultivated by princes and nobles,
ington calls the attention of Congress 50-- . Peruvian, passage of, 51, n.
to a naval policy, 361----Adams, in his Poetry. Sicilian----earliest, 61-63.
first message, enforces Washington's Poets, Turkish, 39.-- Persian, ib.----Ara-
recommendation, 362—an appropria- bian, ib.----Provençal not taught by the
tion made for completing three fri. Spaniards, 48–55, 10.
gates on the stocks, ib.-an act passed Pollok, Robert, his Course of Time, re-
for the increase of, 363----hostilities viewed, 454-a Scottish clergyman-
with France having ceased, it was or- died in France at an early age, 459----
dered to be reduced, 364...difficulties extract from his poem descriptive of
with the Barbary Powers again bring bimself, 459-462---possessed true poet-
it into active service, ib...--the destruc- ical talent, 462-..-his portrait of Lord
tion of the Philadelphia in the harbour Byron, 465----extracts from his poem,
of Tripoli, 365----on the conclusion of 468, 469.
the Tripolitan war, it was threatened Prayer, the Dreadful, 301.
with entire destruction, 367----only five Provençal Poets, influence of, 56 n. 61.
vessels in commission, 372--two mil-

lions and a half of dollars appropriated Rambaldo, Vacheirus, his proposed po«
for the increase of, 373-...the Algerine ems, in five dialects, 60.
war of 1815, referred to, in regard to Rawle, Mr. his Views of the Constitution
it, 377---regularly progressed till 1827, of the United States, referred to, 574.
when the eight millions of dollars was Raymond, Revenger, his influence, 65.
exhausted, ib.c.--objects of the bill for Recollections, &c. by Timothy Flint, re-
the improvement of, 378--...extracts viewed, 192 ---extracts from, 195–197,
from Hayne's speech on the subject 200, 201, 204-206, 208, 210-213.
of, 378----the present condition of, 382. Richelet, 32.
New Madrid a colony attempted to be Redoute-kalė, its population, 134--its air

founded at, 207–experienced dreadful unhealthy, ib.---its commerce 135.
earthquakes, 208--- Little Prairie set- Report of a Committee of the Citizens of
tlement broken up, ib.

Boston and vicinity, opposed to a fur
New Russia, its population and revenue,

ther increase of Duties on Importa•
124...its farm of brandy, ib.am-salt- tions, referred to, 582.
works of Perecoff, ib.---its productions Report of the Naval Committee of the

almost exclusively agricultural, ib. House of Representatives, referred to,
Normans, characterand literary influence 349---extracts from, 370-372.
of, 62-63.

Report of the Secretary of the Navy,
Odessa, its population and revenue, 124 covering a plan for a naval peace es-

----foreigners own many fine estates in tablishment, referred to, 349.
its vicinity, 125.

Report of the Select Committee of the
Omnipresence of the Deity, the, by Robert House of Representatives, &c. and a

Montgomery, reviewed, 290..--extracts Report of the Resolutions of Georgia,
from, 292-302.

examined, 541--extracts from,541-544,
Orators, the Roman, of Cicero, 492 -the 569--- was laid upon the table without
history of Roman eloquence begins

being considered, 571.



Report, the annual of the Secretary of the condition of when they were Bri-
the Navy, referred to, 349.

tish colonies, 611-natural advantages
Resemblance between Arabians and Pro- of, 613. extraordinary prosperity of
vençals, 50-56.

during the early part of Mr. Jefferson's
Revolution, what constitutes one, 438. administration, 614-different projects
Reynolds, Sir J. his remarks, in regard to which may be adopted by them to

the two styles of painting, the grand countervail the tariff system, 617.

and the ornamental, quoted, 525 Spain, Latin writers of, 44.
Rhyme, advantage of, 32---opinions as to Spanish Literature, 44, 45~Romance, na-

its merits, 34---origin of, 35-40--deri- tive, not copied, 45, 46--Poetry and
vation of the word, 35. note-Rhytham Rhyme, 46.
different, 36/ancient Spanish, 26, 27. Sparks, Jared, his Life of John Ledyard,
Rhyming, tendency of Spanish language, reviewed, 383-extracts from, 384-387,

56-59--- of Greek and Latin, 58--of 390--395, 397--405, 407---remarks on his
Provençal, Italian and Portuguese,59.

style, ib.
Romance, origin of, 39 n. 69.

States General, the meeting of the at
Rome, the Campagna of, a deserted waste, Versailles, 263.

Stewart, Commodore, extracts from his
Rubicon, Cæsar on the Banks of, 299. statement relative to the navy, 375.
Russie, Meridionale, voyage dans la par le Stewart, Dugald, his Philosophy of the

Chevalier Gamba----reviewed, 114- Human Mind, quoted, 86.
extracts from, 123, 125–137, 139–146, Strabo, quoted, 132, 133, 150, notes.

Supreme Court, the, cases of Johnson and

M'Intosh, and Fletcher and Peck, re-
Sanscrit Verse, the first, 71.

ferred to, 550, 552- ought to settle the
Schah-namah, 39.

question between the United States
Scott, Sir Walter, his Fair Maid of Perth, and Georgia, 577.
reviewed, 216---his Life of Napoleon

Bonaparte, reviewed, 263---bis powers Tariff, the, remarks on, 582--additional
as a writer, noticed, ib.----his picture of taxes imposed by, 590--evils of, 592–
the ascendancy of the conqueror of how it operates for the exclusive bene-
Italy, quoted, 264---bis unfriendly feel. fit of the few, 594.
ing towards the French Revolution Theories as to origin of Rhyme, 37.
strongly biassed his opinions, 275---- Theory, as to ancient, oriental origin of
manifests too much the feelings of the Rhyme, 37--as to Moorish origin, 39.
partizan, when he speaks of the victo. Tenures, feridal, referred to, 77.
ries of his owr country, 290.

Tenures, the Law of, in England, referred
Secretary of the Navy, bis annual Report,

and the Report, covering a plan for a Tophail's Work, not a Romance, 45.
naval peace establishment, referred to, Troubadour Poetry, not of Arabic origin,
349----the office created, 363.

64, 65, 70.
Secretary of War, letter from the, re- Troubadours, often noble, 65—names of

specting the surveys of roads and ca. the remarkable, ib.
nals- another letter from the, trans-

mitting information of the amount ne- United States, on the constitutional juris-
cessary to complete Internal Improve. prudence of, 94--97, 111-on the pow.
ments, referred to, 470.

ers granted by the Constitution of the,
Sicilian, not mother of Provençal Lite- 598---independent as regards supplies
rature, 61-63, but vice versa, ib.

in case of war, 600-.--the exports of
Slavery, its effect on population, 496. the, 601-her commerce with Great-
Smith, the Hon. Wm. his speech in the Britain, 603.
Senate, on Internal Improvements, re-

ferred to, 470---extracts from, 482.-484. Velley, error in, 62, note.
Southern States, neglected by the Gov- Versification in Bible, 38--principles of,

ernment as regards internal improve- 53-55.
ment, 473-Port Royal in South Caro Views of Nature, 408-431.
lina, equal to Pensacola for a navy Virginia, the resolutions of, referred'to,
yard, 474 - comparative amount of the 618
projected military works south of the

Potomac, 477--the same on internal Women, influence of, 66, 67, 69-among
improvements, 478, 479-burthen im- the Northern nations, 66, 67.
posed upon, by the tariff laws, 603—on

their representation in Congress, 607- Xeres, battle of, 47.

to, 75.

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Journal, Acts and Proceedings of the Convention, assembled at Phi-

ladelphia, on Monday, the 14th of May, and dissolved on Monday, the

17th of September, 1787, which formed the Constitution of the United




The Course of Time. A Poem, in ten books. By Robert Pollok,

A. M.



1. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the

information in relation to expenditures incident or relating to Inter-

nal Improvements, for the years 1824–1825. (April 3, 1826.)

2. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting information re-

specting the surveys of Roads and Canals, and of their relative im-

portance. (February 19, 1827.)

3. Documents accompanying the President's Message to Congress

at the commencement of the first Session of the Twentieth Congress.

(December 4, 1827.)

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