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Ohio 336; resolution of transfer of stock of 349; the items 240, 400; crop 272, 400; capital employed in its
Wabash and Frie 352, 388; on surrender of government culture
349
stock in 395, 396; round falls of Ohio

226
80, 176
238
Enlistment-of aliens 69; bill to regulate ordered to be
engrossed 349; of aliens

Emancipation, in French West Indies
Emigrants
Emigration from Europe

Encampment in Pennsylvania

396, 397 Courts decision in bankruptcy 86; decision in case of
370 colored persons 131; legal decision in Rhode Island 163;
303 old case in 186; important decision 197; legal decision of
336 circuit of U. States 288; decision of Judge Betts 338;
80 decision relative to
357
Crafts, Mr. (of Vermont) qualified as U. S. senator 238
Creole case
Croton water works, celebration of completion of 112,
123 to 127; celebration 133; outlay for
Cuba, (see Indies West)

320

416
16, 48
Engrossed bills, committee of U. States senate on 254;
engineer
288
Enrolled bills, com. of U. States senate on 254; com.
of house of reps. on
255
Episcopal bishop
304
Espy, trial of ventilator of 100; to friends of science
Europe

304

Culprits

80

228
Cumberland road, resolution adopted relative to exten-
65,385
sion of
13, 379
European-refinements 48, 81; comments on treaty at
Cunard
351 Washington 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, correspondence 245;
Currency
128 markets
Custom-house, (N. Y.) bill for reducing number of of-
ficers of
Customs
Cuthbert, Mr.

336, 416

351
96

416
49

413

Capital, depreciation of in the union

Capital punishments
Carpets, looms for

Carrier pigeons
Cary, John-resolution adopted granting pension_to

335

Cass, general, 214, 129; arrival of from France 226;
dinner to on leaving Paris, and correspondence, &c. 246,
256, 395; nominated for presidency 183, 202; letter from

205
80

Cast steel

Catholicism 144; bishops 240; number of Catholics in
the United States
Cement

384
240
64

Cemetry, new

Census statistics

25, 85, 184

Central America 19, 160; ascendency of Indian and
negro races in 176, blockade raised 194; tradition of 209;
blockade raised
242
Chaplain, rev. Mr. Tuston elected in senate 254; Mr.
Tiffany elected in house representatives

Channing, rev. Dr.-death of 96; sketch of
Charters, surrender of

255
104
16

Chesapeake and Ohio canal, general McNeill elected
president of 227; report of directiors
306
China-rumors from 16; defeat of troops of, satisfac-
tion demanded, forces in 33; offer insult to American
boat, apology made 19; English slaughter of Chinese
51; lord Brougham on war with 82; extract from letter
descriptive of position of Americans there 99; capture of
Chappoo 145; on war with 194; visit of admiral of to
American vessels 209; Shanghai submitted 225; milita-
ry affairs in, Ching-keang-foo destroyed, circular of trea-
ty of peace 274; navigation of the Yang-tse keang 275;
relations with 288, 289, 305; indemnity 320; report on
American relations with
269, 328, 378
'Cilley, colonel
288
364
381

Cincinnati, pork trade

Civil and diplomatic bill
Civilized warfare
Claims

Claims comm. on in U. S. senate 254; in house repre-
sentatives ib.

Claims, for old French spoliations

291, 381

Clay, Henry, letter from, hat presented to 4; correspon-
dence of 67, 112; present to 118; festival to ib; speech of
and movements of
134, 135, 256, 304, 368, 400
Cleveland, exports from
192, 336
Coal trade 32, 80; of France 104; of Pennsylvania 119;
131, 160, 240; mines of Virginia 320; Maryland coal re-
gion 206; items
288, 304
291, 397, 399

32
352

Colonization society, meeting of
Colored population, report and resolution relating to
350
11, 128
208
Commerce of Pennsylvania 2; statistics from census
of 1842, 25 to 28; statistics of U. States 181; from
chamber of 205, 206; American provisions in England
214; committee on in U. S. senate 254; in house repre-
sentatives ib; of New York 272; of Quebec 336; cham-
ber of

Coast survey

Collision of vessels

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Colt's submarine battery
Colt, suicide by

96

32

Cornstalk sugar

Cooper, Dr-proposed refunding of libel fine
Copy-right system
Copper

399

Commercial union
Congress, close of, bills passed in 1; late session of 18:
terms of senators of 33; list of acts passed at 30, 31; sum-
mary of appropriations granted by 67; commencement of
third session 238; bill to reduce per diem of members
of 399; passed the house
Congressmen 226, 289; reducing compensation of 318
Consuls
16, 19, 33, 51, 66, 83, 144, 385
Conflagration of bank paper in Arkansas 256
Connecticut-extra session commenced 96; division in-
to districts 144: apportionment bill passed, legislature ad-
journed, congressional districts of, nominations in 146;
political aspect of each district 164; whig convention 339
Contested elections-bill regulating evidence on, re-
tained by president 1; recommitted to judiciary 11; re
commended and passed senate
12, 14, 318
219
254

Continental money

Contingent expenses, committee on
Convention, in Massachusetts (whig) 34; whig and
Van Buren in New York and New Jersey 35; in Ohio
36, 85; whig of Massachusetts 52; of army and navy, Au-
burn whig 67; of Rhode Island 101; silk 112; anniversa
ry of home league 131, 132, 133; national 145; Kentucky
state 169; whig of Tennessee 170, 183; of merchants,
&c. 256; (Rhett's) Calhoun, appeal on principles of a
national 358; whig convention of congressmen 403; va-
rious items 183; day for whig national recommended 201,
202, 203, 403; Van Buren national 183; Pennsylvania
whig 416; of ship owners

Cornstalks, molasses of

D.

21

Dade, maj. burial honors to
Daguerre's magical pictures
Damages, for slave

384
176

Dayton, Mr. (of N. Jersey) qualified as U. S. sen. 239
Deaths-J. R. Jackson, 16; major T. Clark, capt. J.
Green, 20, 32; J. Reeside, major Floyd, Baron Larrey,
ib; of Mrs. Tyler, 36, 48; in cities, Andrew Shondike,
D. S. Langtree, Dr. Ireland, bishop of Westminster, Mr.
Longman, 64; Jeremiah Smith, J. B. Lucas, 80; Dr.
Channing 96, 112; of Marquis Wellesley 113; major
Kirby 123; in New York 144; in Philadelphia, Rev. H.
G. S. French, B. Eaton, Gen. J. Desha 160; of J. C.
Colt 208, Allen Cunningham ib; Robert Smith, N. York
224, 240; W. R. Habersham 243, 250; J, Cunningham,
J. A. Matthews, E. Belknap. bishop Dubois, Austrian
consul 272; John Uncas 280, 304; Dr. N. Potter ib;
Francis Key, ex-governor Mason, (Mich) 320, 368, 384;
com. Hull 386, 400; J. A. Jay, J. Martin, gov. Porter
field (see chronicle pages)
416

Debts of cities 64; of Philadelphia 80; of Penn. 227;
of Alabama 228; of the states 386; European 403; (See
names of states,) national 1; remarks on American debts
353, 356, 370, 403
Decatur, sale of plate presented to
112
Defalcation
32,80
Defalcations, in N. York 176; during twelve months
in New York
320
Delaware-Wilmington 208; official returns of vote
for members of congress 212; meeting of legislature, go
vernor's message 324; resolutions of legislature of, ask-
ing retrocession of Pea Patch island, introduced to con-
gress 363; memorial of

Dengue, disease in Louisiana

413
176
370

Depreciation of capital &c. in the United States
Destruction of dogs

48

Derrick, Mr. bearer of ratification of treaty to Great
Britain
Despatches

Diamonds, estimate of French crown
Dickinson college

19
416
176
272
144

256

112

128

303

319

144
368

Corporations

Correspondence, in relation to Americans sent to Van
Dieman's land 22, 33; with British special mission 41 to
47; north-east boundary question, 53 to 56; on suppres
sion of slave trade 56, 263; on Caroline case 57 to 60; on
Creole case 60, 61, 62; on impressment 52, 63; between
H. Clay and W. Price 67; on political subjects 73 to 79:
Mr. Clay
118,320
Cotton 16. 32; Alabama crop for 24 years 68; market of
Liverpool 114; Yazoo 144, 160, 256, 272; trade in 304, 338; |

.Dorr, governor

Dover cliff, mine sprung in
Duelling
Duponceau, P. S. letter from
Dwarf
Dynamometer

Errata, correction of
Everett, E. visit to Paris
Excavators, (see steam)
Exchanges

128, 192, 400
Exchequer-resolution on plan of 318, 319; report on
329 to 333, minority report 333, 334; memorial presented
from Baltimore 335; debated 351, 363, 364; resolutions
not to adopt plan 365; petitions from voters of Boston in
favor of
367, 380, 399, 415
Expedients, for remedy of national difficulties 218
Expedition to Liberia

229
Expenditure of post office department
32, 33
Expenditures, com. of house of reps. on in various de-
partments
Exports, of United States 289; of gold and silver bul
lion
Expresses

255

333

256

Expunging resolution, bill to repeal
Extra allowance, prohibited

F.

Florida-Indian murders 16: synopsis of act of arm-
ed occupation of 37; settlement of 197; times 229; Ti-
gertail and Oglearche 291; news from 336; hostilities,
fire at Key West

389

Dinner to Daniel Webster

Flour. See chronicle page of each number.
Foreign-rogue arrested 32; miscellany 97, 114; post-
script of news 192; committee on relations in U. States
senate 254; in house of reps. on

Fortification bill, in house of reps.

255
12

52

Forts, dismantling of
Fourierism

Diplomatic death of charge d'affaires at Denmark
16; Mr. Derrick sails to Liverpool 19; Don N. Almonte,
minister from Mexico to U. States 51; minister to France
413 99; minister in France; French minister to U. States
198, 240
115 129; return of Virgil Maxcy, General Cass prepares to France-votes for M. Sauzet, regency bill, ceremony
leave Paris, arrival of W. H. Blackford at Bogota, con of interring duke of Orleans, naval intelligence 18; de-
suls recognised 162, 179, 195; of Mr. Everett 209. 224; bates on regency question, duke of Nemours, captive
consul
305, 336
prince, colonies of 50; colony in the Pacific 65: fortifica
Discovery, of important historical records
80
tion expenditures, African items. prince de Joinville
Distribution act, bill for repealing proviso in, retained grant to Greece, items 81; loan to Egypt 114; steam na
by president 1, 11; quota of land
226
vigation in 115; commercial union debated 145; labour,
District of Columbia-committee of conference ap-in, crown diamonds of 176; military appointment in,
pointed relative to vending lottery tickets 11; report French settlement 193; right of search 225; M. Gi-
thereof made and concurred in 12; com. of U. S. seuate zot's course relative to treaty, treaty rejected 241; Jac.
on 254; of house of reps. b; Penn. avenue 360; bill queminot elected, Marquesas occupied by 273; claims
passed amending charter of Alexandria 381, 395, 397; of spoliations, &c. 291; clerks employed in, beet root
unatic asylum bill
sugar 321; consular agents 337; royal ordinance,
questions in agitation, deficit, occupation of the Mar
quesas, comments of press of on Tyler's message
304 355; transit duties on foreign merchandize suppressed,

ib

304

Distress, in Great Britain 32; in Philadelphia 320; in
Quebec
Divers
Diving inventions
Documents, accompanying president's message
Domestic hemp

16

triumph in Algiers 385; meeting of chambers, king's
328 speech 402; Marquesas 355; census of Paris 224; bank
377; tobacco 377; present to the United States 385; So-
ciety Islands 400; debts of

397

Domestic manufactures

Donations from Indians

403

192
160
272
416

Franklin's staff

380

160

383

240, 256, 318

208

Fugitive case

180

360, 361, 362
64
Fulton's steamboat 33; bill reported for relief of heirs
112
of 414; passed house of reps.
Fur-trade 16; fur sale

415
98

E.
Earthquake at Calamanta 19; West Indies 80, 96;
in Canada 192, 208; felt in Mexico 225, in parts of U.
States 320; Arkansas 352, 384; extent of
Eaton Benjamin, (revolutionary hero) death of
Ecuador, to U. S. merchants

Editor

Editorial candidate 224; remarks 309, 353, 356; on
American credit 370; do.

370, 371, 403

Education, scale of in U. States

Effects of tariff

Eggs, used in France

Egypt, 82; loan to

Fair, at Niblo's

Fanny Kemble, of in North Carolina
Fare, advanced

112

69

48

Finances of Penn. 2, 51; difficulties in of Illinois 67;
of New Jersey 196; national 243; com. on in U. States
senate 254; public 357; of Virginia 290; condition of the
of U. States 309, 310; of Pennsylvania 320; of Maine
338; remarks on U. States 356, 384, 386, 397; of Great
Britain 401; report of sec. treasury 285, 349, 352, 398
Fine, remitting (see gen. Jackson,)

Fire, at Hamburg 16; Boston, Philadelphia, Kamenetz,
Knittelfield, American theatre at New Orleans 32; at
Liverpool 113; in Germany 114; in Richmond 160; at
Mooresville, Ind. 256, 304; in Boston

320
32

38

Fiscal year

Fitch John, memorial of
Flag, of United States
Fleet of Great Britain
Flogging, punishment for

254

351

French, Rev. H. G. S., death of

French spoliations

Free trade, opinions on

38

96

32

G.
Gaines, general, declines being candidate for presiden-
400 cy
160 Gale
117 Gastronomic
304 Germans
Geological surveys

292
80, 128, 208
176
80
304

Georgia-address of Mr. Berrien 109; election 146;
184 official congressional election, returns ib, contents of
32 governor's message 181; Central rail road 164; death of
288 representative Habersham 243: preamble and resolutions
114,369 considered by legislature of 247 282; legislature adjourn.
committee ed, governor's veto, political, tax bill, resolution of instruc

Elections 96, 112, 128, 160, 176, 192, 208;
of house of reps. of U. S. on 254, 256, 272, 304, 400 tions 291; special election 307; coinageof gold in 320;
Electoral votes
100 vote for representative 336; state bank, taxation 340; se-
272,415 nator elected

Electro magnetic machine 240; telegraph

290

Germany-marriage in, religious excitement, duelling
82; opinion of Father Mathew in 86; Zollverein or Cus-
toms Union 87, 88, 105; fire in 114; commercial union 115,
145; independence 192; committee dissolved, rate of
pay (see Prussia, &c.)

273

Gerrymandering

16

65

Goethe, purchase of houses, &c. of

Gold-found in South Carolina 48; of California,
Georgia and North Carolina 96; coinage of, in Georgia

Greece

Green, gen. Duff, negotiation of

Guatamala

320

350

Government issues, petition of Virginia on
Government stock 218, 363, 366, 414, 415; letter of
W.C. Johnson on 220; report on
Grace Darling
Grand Gulf

391
144
80

Great Britain-revenue of royal family of 3; rumor
from relative to U. States treaty, parliament prorogued,
new elections, queen to visit Scotland, duke of Welling Indiana-elections 48, 144, 181; state scrip, conven-
ton appointed commander in chief, weather, meat mar-tion 228; legislature convened 256; legislative proceed-
ket, funds, tumults in manufacturing districts, sir Ro-ings 258; finances, governor's message, state bank 259;
bert Peel's house burnt by mob 18; commercial statistics, relief law 291, 325; state bank, suspended debt 341; edu.
corn law, grain statistics, &c. 25, 177; religion in 187; on cational statistics 352; vote for United States senator 356,
treaty, on president's veto of tariff 49; crops, American se- 379, 384; resolutions of on postage and navigation in U.
curities, queen embarked for Scotland 50; queen in Scot-States senate 414; legislature adjourned 416; bank items
land, death of king of Hanover, cotton, tobacco 65; return 307, 341; Wabash canal
352
of queen to Windsor Castle, treaty question, export of Indians-appropriations for carrying out treaty with
manufactured goods from, to United States, bank of, cot- adopted 12; of Florida 16; treaty with Senecas 23; sports
ton market 81; fleet of, in Mediterranean 96; insurance of of 64; Wyandot treaty 66; col. McKenney on ori-
112; fire at Liverpool, arrival of Warspite, Dutch of gin of 69; payment to 100; treaty with Sacs and Foxes
South Africa submitted to, forgery, foreign harvests, 117; do. 129; treaty 163, 180; difficulties 183; treaty with
Edward Everett, duties on tobacco, chartist conspiracy, the Ioways 195; treaty with Chippewas, Sacs, Faxes 198;
provisions 113; death of marquis of Wellesley b; loss of treaty with Chippewas 277; chief visits England 288;
steamer of 129, 145; passengers from, official ratification Caddo Indian treaty memorial 303; resolution adopted
of treaty with United States by, preliminaries of royal or information relative to frauds against Cherokees 303;
marriage, death of lieutenant Lumsden and wife, of treaty stipulation bill reported 319, 336 table of tribes
Lord Advocate Sir W. Rae, launch, losses of corn spe- west of Mississippi 356; further statement 372; resolu-
culations, hop duty, money market, captain Drew's ap- tions adopted for payment of interest due Shawnee tribe
pointment, correspondence, letter on Turkish slavery 379; emigration of Creeks 386; last of the Mohegans 280
161; American provisions in, statistics of real property Indian affairs, U. States senate com. on
177; shipping and trade of 182; storm, caisson given Indian department, expenditures in
way, rev. Solomon Hershell, dead, pasha's present to sir Indies West-immigrations. to, liberated Africans, im-
C. Napier, apparatus to prevent chimnies taking fire, ports to Cuba 65; condition of English 98; English con-
official statement of bullion in circulation, funds, Ame sul to Cuba deranged 177; population of Cuba 185; ac-
rican provisions and produce 193; navy of 200, 225; ex- count of British ex-consul, sugar crops of Jamaica, flour
tract from Paris correspondent relative to quintuple trea-209; emancipation in French 226; expedition fitted out
ty 241; news from India and China 257; military ap- at Havanna against St. Domingo 242; Haytien difficul-
pointments, tea from China 273, 320, 352; condition of ty 272; Cuba and Hayti
London course of exchange, Mr. Evere't, memorial of
Glasgow E. I. company 353; Panama canal, Liverpool
cotton trade, provisions, American stocks, bank stopped,
deaths, bank note circulation, opinions of press of, on
President Tyler's message 354; trade, Syrian negotia-
tions terminated, on right of search, revenue 385; finan-
ces, parliament, queen's speech, corn laws 401; murder
of Mr. Drummond, extract of sir Robert Peel's speech
on president's message 402; bank of England 336, 354,
401; paper currency

254
244

305
Indemnities-bill in relation to in U. States senate 254,
318; Mexican 321; bill giving from English government
passed house of reps.

397

68

Indignation meetings
Industrial movement 198; progress of human race 230
Insanity, in United States
Instructing senators

208
247, 375

Insurance, amount of in Great Britain

Insurrection, negro

112
212
22
270

377

International courtesies

International copy-right 255: committee on

Intoxicating liquors, resolution adopted to remove from
capitol all venders of
255, 270
Invalid pensions, committee of house of reps. on 255
Inventions and improvements
264, 385
Ioway-abstract of votes for and against a convention
36, antediluvian remains 112, 165, 367, 389, 395
Ireland-repeal
384
France in 104; statistics of English production 131; works
Iron-building of cast 16; pavements 45; trade of
of Wyoming
224, 352
18
304

Guide to agriculturalists

Guns

H.

Habersham, W. R. death of 243; announced in U.S.
senate 270; in house rep.

271

Haiwaiian Islands, relations with 227, 289; documents
relative to 328, report on relations with 378; (see Sand-

wich)

Hamilton, general letter to Calhoun
Hammond, J. H. elected governor of South Carolina

89, 110, 204

19
98
128
146

144

try

Hull, death of com. historical sketch of
Hurricane, at Calcutta

I.

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Impeachment 318; specifications against Pres. Tyler
319; resolution negatived ib; introduction of and vote
on

322

244
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L.

Lamartine, on industrial progress

224

Lands-land sales 183, 307; bill for repeal of proviso of
Imports-of U. States 289; of gold and silver bullion 6th section passed 12; in house of reps. ib; 13; bill reported
333; bill reported making provisions for warehousing 363 and passed house of reps. 13; distribution sales 226; New
Imprisonment for debt-law for abolition of in Ten- Hampshire resolutions on proceeds of sale of 244; com.
nessee 165; law for abolition of defeated in New Hamp- of U. States senate on 254; on sale of appropriated for
shire senate
336 schools in certain states 367; Virginia title to western 201,
Income of England
304 statistics
375, 394
India-king of Oude dead, hurricane at Calcutta 33;
264, 238, 320
sickness, mutiny among Seiks, Lord Ellenborough's
336
course, intelligence from Calcutta 50; cause of Affghan-
320, 341
istan war 51; death of colonel Palmer, army 145; ru-
318
mors from Lord Ellenborough at Simla 241; general or-
80,388
ders of military evacuation of Affghanistan 275; secre-
352
tary to government of, canal to be constructed 276; po-
288
litical aspect, failure of cotton crops
321

Lard oil 68, 80; and candles
Large steamboat
Latimer case, report of
Laws of U. States
Lead
Leather

Legal decision

Legare, Mr. (attorney general) letter of on treaty 37
Legion of honor, in France

368

Letter-from General Scott, from Henry Clay 4:
from Mr. Legare on the late treaty 37; from president
40; from H. Clay 67; from Gov. Hubbard 72; from Joe
Smith 86; from G. S. Brown (missionary) 88, 89; from
Gen. Hamilton 89, 90, 91; historical 104: from an Ame..
rican in Belgium 105; of Mr. Spencer 140 to 143; from
J. Q. Adams 163, 203; from T. H. Benton, Gen. Hamil-
ton 204; from Gen. Cass 205; from W. C. Johnson to
constituents 220 to 223, letter to editor of New York
Evening Post 243; from capt. Kearney, com. Morgan,
general J. M. Tornel 244; col. Benton, Mr. Dickerson,
Lewis Cass 247; on slave trade 263; to St. Nicholas so-
ciety 281; to editor of Intelligencer 282; from J. Tyler,
from D. Webster 286; on Quintuple and Washington
treaties 360, 361, 362; of Mr. Bleecker

281

Library (of congress)

Laberia-flourishing 50, 99; expedition to 229; slaver 352
Libraries 112; com. of U. States on 254; of house of
representatives
255
302, 398
Linn, L. H., credentials of U. States senator 286
Lispenard estate
400
List of acts passed at second session of the 27th con-
gress
30 31
Live oak
272
64
67
32
352

Locomotive, constructed for Russia

Lord Saltoun

Losses on western rivers 325; on Lake Michigan 368
Louisiana-bill to pay militia services in Florida, pass-
ed house of reps. 13; election 35; negro insurrection 212;
banks 212; court house burnt 228; resolution relative to
adopted in U. States senate 286; municipality notes 307;
legislature of 320; convention for revision of constitution
336; banks, N. Orleans banks 340; governor inaugurated
384; inspection laws, resolution adopted 414; Red river
400, 240
192
112
192

Irving Washington, at Madrid
Israelites

Items foreign
Israelitish wedding

Ice cutter

326

K.

Illinois convention 16; financial difficulties. Mor-
Kendall Amos, petition for relief of
363
mons, Joe Smith 67, 68, 86; elections 96: taxes 165; le- Kentucky-elections 35; great meeting in 112; state
gislative session, election returns 279; relief law ih; sena-convention 169; hemp 223; bill passed house of reps. of
for 230; state deht 293, repudiation repudiated 325; me. U. States to divide into two judicial districts 313; Mr.
morial from referred 335; on maxation 336; banks of 341; Crittenden re-elected 336; treasurer's report 340, 363;
tariff resolutions presented to congress 363, 363; lead voy I Letcher's message 374; statement of public debt of.
trade, population and trade of Galena, times 388; decite bonds, &c. 375; banks
377
1

72, 73

on on fugitive case, public land proceeds, bank of 339
416; hoax 32; canal ih.; no repudiation 230; U. States
senator ib; governor's message 297; Nauvoo
Important suit
Immigration

304
192

48, 288

415

Madeira, storm at
Madrid, society in
Magnetic telegraphs
Mail routes, bill to prevent private expresses on 363, 379,
380, 414
Mails 243, 303, 318; across Isthmus of Panama 380
Maine, sales of lands in 16; elections 34; thanksgiving
day and items, &c. in 117, 306, 336; debt 339; finances of
339; state debt 372; report of land agent in 117, 306, 336;
finances 338; militia, distribution and apportionment
laws, governor's message on the boundary, &c. 373; state

376
Manufactures-buttons, pins, wool, lard oil 68; of south
144, 176; committee of U. S. senatc, committee of house
representatives on

254

Marriage question, decision in New Jersey on 160;
fine for issue of license to minor

356
114
355

Marquesas Islands, news from
Marquesas, occupation of by France
Maryland-Van Buren convention 48; table of elec
tion in 102, 103, election returns 117; Chesapeake and
Ohio canal 227; meeting of general assembly, state finan-
ces, abstract of treasurer's report 277; Annapolis and Elk-
ridge rail-road company, Chesapeake and Ohio canal
306; statement of Baltimore banks 307; governor's mes
sage 313, 317; decision on insolvent laws 288; Triadel-
phia cotton factory 400; debt of
404, 277
400
Massachusetts-legislature of 16; extra session, review
220 of governor Davis' speech, Van Buren nominations,
din-whig convention, message on proceedings in Rhode Is
202 land 34, 48; adjournment of legislature, whig state con-
Journal of congress, Mr. Wise on amending 15 vention 52, 67; wealth of 85; new community in, items
Judiciary, committee of U. S. senaie on 254; in house 85; J. Q. Adams nominated for congress 100; protest of
of reps. ib; Gen. Jackson, indemnity referred to
Judge Shriver, resigns his office
Justice, remedial act for McLeod cases

287 minority of legislature against state apportionment act and
288 districting law ib; nomination in 128: wonder explained
22 129; statistics of western rail-way 130; state expenditures
163;statistics of 180; slave case 210; election tables ib;legis.
lature convened 306; origin of senate of 322, 336; state
debt 338; election of secretary of state, treasurer, gover-
nor's inaugural, annual revenue, expenditures, receipts,
debt, liability, Boston municipal government 339; gover
nor Morton's message 373; state debt ib; state prison re-
port, pauperism, rail-roads 387; vote for governor 336; La-
timer case 320, 341; banks 375, 376; retrenchment 400
Mayer, C. death of

64
224
302

162, 195
82

Harper's Ferry, armory

J.

Hassler, Mr. report of coast survey by, in U. S. senate
270; sketch of
272, 416

291

Jackson, gen'l 16; injury sustained by 144; Conrad's let-debt 372; banks
ter 95; on fine imposed on 198; bill to indemnify introduc
396 ed 254; considered 286; referred to com. on judiciary 237;
128 Virginia resolutions presented to house of reps. of U. States
80 to remit fine of ib, 303; on fine from Nashville Union
310; Mr. Brackenridge's letter in relation to 311; pro-
ceedings of house of representatives in relation to 312,
313, 318, 319; fine case resumed 335; discussed 350; Mr.
80 Pearce's report 367, 383; his letter on banking 263; Rhode
High treason, indictments for
2 Island resolutions presented to United States house of
Historical records, discovery 80; in interesting to N. reps. 351; Louisiana legislature proceedings 352, 366;
Jersey 104, 105; of Texas
145 report adverse to refunding 367, 383; fine 395, 413,
32 414; bill passed in senate ib; Hamilton's opinion of, his
Home league, anniversary convention of 131 to 134 administration
90, 204
Homoeopathy, convert to
resto-

Hayti, (see Indies West,) and Spain
Hayward, W. H. credentials of
Health of N. Orleans 112; Mobile
Heavy collections
Hemp rotting 80, 112; new mode of selling 144, 286,
320, 363; resolutions relative to agents for purchase of,
passed 395; items
228, 384

Heroes (of revolution)

Hoax

96

Howitzer

Hoyt Jesse

Jamaica, (see Indies West.)
Jews 97, 144, 304; emancipation of in Russia 321;
ration of
Johnson, W. C., letter from to constituents
Hubbard, gov. letter from to gov. King
Johnson, Col. R. M (see presidential) 4, 69, 336;
Hudson, C. speech of on protection of domestic indus ner in anniversary of the Thames 205; items

32
399
341
2,72

Huano, description of

345 to 349
386
33

Lloyd, T. death of

Loan

Kerr, Mr. senator

King, governor, letter to

Kings, meeting of, to be held
Knitting machine

Kishkehosh (chief) visits England

Louisville canal

London Times, advertisement costs
Lynch law, in Alabama

M

Mackenzie, A. S. report of to secretary of navy 292;
trial of 260, 288, 320, 338, 356; charges against 377,378,
287

304

375

Mammoth skeleton
McDuffie, (sen.) qualified

352

Mesmerism 176, 224, 67, 352; importance of insurgical
288 operations 258;

415

|

Nicoll, E. H.-defaulter

Message of governor Richardson, (S. Carolina) 232,
of president Tyler 235 to 238; from president Tyler to
congress 255; of governor Corwin 283; from go-
vernor of Illinois 297 to 301; of governor of Maryland
313 to 317; president's on quintuple treaty, African slave
trade, &c. 327, 354, 355, 373, 374. (See names of states.)
Messages, from president relative to Mexican claims
3; accompanying treaty with Great Britain 23, 24; of
governor Seward
Metallic legs
Meteor

Nicholson, John-old time speculator
86, 112
No government and woman's rights party
256
North Carolina-result of election in 35; on Fanny
Kemble in 69, 70, 71; dinner to J. C. Calhoun 108, 109;
vote for governor 80; official vote 103; state bank of 324;
no repudiation
352, 395
North-eastern boundary question, (see boundary and
treaty, &c.) 41 to 47; correspondence on 53 to 56; ex-
ploring survey for new 67; report and survey of, orders
to be printed

Methodists, number in Tennessee conference 272; in
United States

303
North-western frontier-line still unsettled 185; coast
and trade of

242

0

Obituary of Mrs. Tyler
Observatory, plan of 210; national
Oceans, union of

36
277

184

Sandwich chief, navy yard, commodore Barron relin-1 102; arrivals 368; taxes, expenditures 368; revenue from
quished station at Schuylkill 227; extract of letter from customs at
14919 128
captain Kearny, assassination of midshipman Patterson,
304
letter from commander C. W. Morgan, captain Conner
ill, commodore Barron and pensioners 241; committee of
U. S. senate on affairs of 254; of house representatives
on 255; brig Somers, mutiny and execution 259 to 262;
commodores Barron and Ballard ill 272; resolution of en:
28, 30 quiry in U. S. senate on expediency of establishing yard
16 286; affair of brig Somers 292 to 297; duelling 318; in
96, 224 house representatives 320; seizure of Mexican town by
commodore Jones 322; marines granted to brig Boxer,
384 resignation of captain Conner 336; Monterey capture
Merico-president Tyler's message relative to char- 337; attempt to arrest commander Mackenzie and lieu-
ges, &c. 3; report on claims against in house representa- tenant Gansevoort 338, decision of Judge Betts b; state
tives 13; prisoners of liberated, hostile rumors from, ment by captain Mackenzie 356, 357; appointment to
change of officer in 16; warlike preparations 19; Don N. command in 368; launch at Constantinople ib; consider-
Almonte, minister to U. States 51; port of Laguna cap-ed ib; examination of surgeons 384; assistant surgeon
tured by, items of news from 65, 66; despatches from th; death of commodore Hull 386; orders thereon, opin-
American minister in, minister from, embarks for U. S. ion of court of inquiry on Somers affair, yatch On-ka-by-e,
Oil, manufactured of lard 68; importation of 320
Yucatan navy, war steamer 83, 96; constitution reported, estimated cost on vessels in 387; John Wolfender's pen-
Ohio, meetings in 35; convention, election 36; chang-
engineer imprisoned 99; legation 116; American bounda- sion 414; iron steam-ships
416 ing names 48; Dayton convention ib, 85; assemblages in
ry with 135, 136; minister of 144, 177; relative strength of Navy bill a law 1; for appropriations passed 11; for resolutions of 103; judicial decision in relation to colored
fleets of and Texas 194, 210; Santa Anna retires on plea of appropriations 286, 289; reported in house representa persons 131; election returns 144, legislature of 164; ag-
ill health, primary schools established in, earthquake felt, tives 319; reported 333; peace establishment reported gregate vote of 181; official returns of election 197; ca-
new tariff, expedition against Yucatan 225; relations with 350; reported in senate to reorganize, amendments renals of ib; building in Cincinnati, state loan, thanksgiv-
227; bible in 240, 341; expedition to Yucatan, troops of 242; jected 372, appropriations 381, 382, 383; debate on limiting 228; hard times 280; governor Corwin's message 283,
presid❜ts. message relative to adjustment of claims against ed 383; reported in senate
413
tate debt 291; official returns of election, from
b; extracts relative to coast on Pacific b; news from 305; African squadron-brig Somers 34; bill calling for in- governor Shannon's inaugural address 324: on post-mas-
political aspect of, tariff 321; indemnity ib; seizure of Mon- formation in reference to taking up and adopted 254; ter general ib; banks 340; financial prospect 341; public
terey by commodore Ap. Catesby Jones 322; further ac- mutiny and execution on board brig Somers 245 to 252; works 404; trade of Cleveland 192: governor Shannon
counts thereof 337; military crusade in ib; consolidated resolution relative to negotiations of 286; information in inaugurated 280; banks and bank charters 304, 307, 340,
system 338; war with Texas, Monterey affair 396, 400. relation to
289, 292, 356, 357, 416
377
416; minister to United States
Pacific and East India 22; ship St. Louis, squadron of
Ohio river-report of survey called for 287; memorial
52; promotions ib; commodore Dallas commander of 368: 333; resolution for improvement of navigation of 414;
frigate United States seizes Mexican town 322,387, 416 losses on &c.
East India squadron-U. S. ship Boston, sick list, bills Olden times
of exchange 358; Constellation and Boston near China,
John Adams cruising Madagascar 272, 387, 416
Exploring expedition 71; bill reported for relief of cer-
tain officers of
333. 333
Mediterranean-ship Columbus sails to 21; frigate
Congress 84, 146; arrival of the Alkmar 305 384, 400
School of instruction for, bill reported authorising 333
South American squadron-Falmouth 21; United
States 22; Constellation b; ship Delaware at Rio, Enter-
prise to sail for Montevideo 227; U. S. ship Columbia re-
turns from 244; Brazilian squadron

EX

195

Michigan 341; nullification rebuked 368; bill abolish-
ing imprisonment for debt defeated
Milk

416

325
112

Milk sickness

64
128

Operation of the tariff 51, 112; of bankrupt law 352
Oregon territory, bill for occupation of, reported in se-
nate, &c. 270, 287, 302, 318, 333, 334, 349, 350, 363, 379;
bill passed U. S. senate 380; report against, in the house
414; reconsideration moved to; negatived ib; J. Q. Adams
on reported bill (see California) 389, 395, 397, 414, 416
Organ factory
Oswego, fire at

176

240

358

to

Military academy (see West Point)
Military, land titles 96; committee on affairs 254, 255,
303; right of 320; appropriation bill
414
Militia, strength of 302; committee on 254, 255; bill pass
ed U. S. senate for payment of services of in Georgia 350
Millerites
48, 144, 176, 400
Missionaries, arrivals from East Indies 32; Goulah 88
Mississippi 146; (bonds of, see state debts) animal re-
mains in 416; debate on bonds of

406

384
117, 288
380, 384
32
305
224

States senate on 254; committee of house of reps. on
Patents-correction in publications of 180; com. of U.
255; number issued
Patent rights
Payment to Indians

384
100
100

96

Money affairs 128; market

Missouri, posture of political parties 16; reward offered
by governor for apprehension of outlaw 104; silver mine
West India and Home squadron-U. S. brig Boxer,
in 118; representation, stagnation in business 131, 197; Consort, &c. 21; steam-frigates Mississippi and Missouri
list of legislature 212; claim on capital ib; legislature 22; U. S. sloop of war Marion, Pennsylvania, Constitu-
in session 228; governor's message 259; defaulters 280; in-tion, Marion 34; vessels at Pensacola, brig Washington
crease of population in 288; legislature of 291; northern 52; cruise of Constitution, 100; steam-frigate Missouri
boundary bill 303, 368; Mr. Senator Lynn re-elected 256; sails for Vera Cruz 144; schr. Grampus ib; sloop of war
letters of Mr. Benton 204, 247; presidential 288, 292 Marion 146; Constitution on a cruise in gulf Mexico,
Missouri river, memorial
333 brig Porpoise at Key West 210; steamer Missouri ib; U.
Minerals
S. ship Razee Independence sails from New York 244;
219 Oregon sails for survey of gulf of Mexico 358; Marion
at St. Pierre 272, 289, 306; steamer Union. U. S. sloop of
war Marion 336; Dolphin cruises the gulf 338; comman-
der L. M. Goldsborough ordered to Portsmouth ib; Inde-
pendence sails
372, 387, 416
Court of enquiry 305, 352, 384; opinion of on Somers
387
Court martial-defence of commander Williamson
read, trial of lieutenant Noble, sentence on commodore
Ballard, &c. 66; sentence of lieutenant Wilkes 71, 96;
midshipman Rhind 100, 112, 139; W. Pearson acquitted,
lieutenant Noble acquitted 144, 146; dissolved 163; lieut.
80 Wilkes 227, 289; ordered on Somers case 338, 352, 357;
48 trial of cammander Mackenzie 260, 292, 356, 387, 377,
160 378, 416; pension fund 8; promotions 52, 128; resigna-
288 tions

Monongahela navigation
Monroe Edwards

Pea Patch Island, resolutions for retrocession intro-
duced

304
144

363
402

416

65

case

Monterey, capture of 322; confirmed 337; official Mex-
Ican details of
369
Monument, amount subscribed for re-building Brock's
Mormons
32, 67, 160, 240, 400
Morocco, relations of U. States with 129; rumor con-
cerning 145; letter from president to senate relative to
254; affairs with 276; information called for 303; letter con-
taining information relative to affairs with
372
Morpeth, lord

Peel's speech on president's message
Pensacola, selected as depot for coal
Pennsylvania-congressional district bill in, rail roads
and canals at auction, arrests in Philadelphia, credit of,
financial condition commercial affairs of 2; letter from
president 40; sale of stocks 52, 53; profits on rail road
102; state debt 323, 228; legislature of 117; coal of 119;
election 130; coal of 131; statistics of iron and coal in
180; share in proceeds of public lands 196, stock at auc-
tion, debt of 227, 228; previous pardons 258, 290; le-
gislative meeting, memorial for impeachment of Gov-
Porter 306: governor's message 323; relief notes, Girard
fund, state treasurer's report 339; relief notes of 368,
146 3/9; sheriff Porter, U. S. bankrupt law, relief notes 384;
32 Girard fund, abstract of report of canal commissioners
145 388; resolutions of relative to pensions passed house of
reps of U. States 415; C. McClure appointed secretary
of commonwealth 416; veto, whig convention ib. relief
issues 309, 339; receipts of public works

Mortality at New Orleans

Morus Multicaulis, paper manufacture of
Mutiny, case of 259, 272; court of enquiry
wing

N

Nantucket, import of oil to

4 National convention 145; affairs

404
381

243

New Hampshire, indecorum of governor of 2; letter
National debts, on president Tyler' message relative from the governor of, to governor of Rhode Island 72;
thanksgiving-day in 85; legislature convened, governor's
message 163; C. G. Atherton elected (U. S. senator) 180; Pensions, to widows of officers lost in Hornet
255 resolutions relative to proceeds of sales of public Indas, Pensioners-appropriations for 244; committee of Ụ.
Acade- passed by senate of 244; adjournment of legislature, States senate on 254; bill reported making appropria-
Tornel 244; whig nomination 306, 336, 384, 416; Col. Cilley 288; geo.tions for 319; number of invalids
385 logical survey

304

372

352, 413
Per diem, bill for reduction of congress passed in
house 399; yeas and nays
Perry's victory

Persia, hostilities with Turkey
Peru (see South America)

Pettrich, (sculptor) bill for relief of passed
Philadelphia, rail road 16; custom house 48; improve
ments, sheriffs 254; alms house, gas works
Phoenix bank, arrests

ib:
48
19, 145
13
388
112
176
240
210

Politics of the day-letter from President Tyler 4; col.
Johnson's tour, gen. Scott on treaty with Great Britain,
hat presented to Mr. Clay, letter from Mr. Clay 4; nomi-
nation for presidency 32, 48; presidency 64; statement
of J. Roberts 73, 74; reception of Mr. Adams at Wey-
mouth 75, 76; Gen. Scott, H. Clay, Harrisburg conven
tion, to whigs of Maryland 77, 78, 79; reception of Mr.
Webster at Boston 91 to 95; Conrad's letter 95; dinner
to John C. Calhoun 109; Webster's speech 91; com-
ments on 107, 111; Mr. Berrien's address 109; battle of
Thames, from the Globe, letter of J. C. Spencer 140 to
143; national convention 145; Kentucky state conven.
ton 169; whig convention in Tennessee 170; presiden
tial, national convention in Tennessee 183; J. Q. Adams
to editors of Boston Atlas 203, from col. Benton, 204, from
gen. Hamilton 89,110, 204; from Lewis Cass 205; abolition
228; J. M. Clayton and U. S. Bank 231; letter from Mr

National finances

National foundry, committee on

National Institute 116; present from Imperial
my of science 176; present from general
marshal Soult's present to

1

144
179

Newfoundland, fisheries
New Grenada 112; decree in

277

304

388

16
72, 144
184

National military academy
New Jersey-Van Buren convention, whig convention
National observatory fee
National printing office, committee on
255, 384 35; historical letter 104; elections 117, list of members
legislature commenced 130; re-election of governor Pen-
Nauvoo, (Illinois)
Navy-bill reorganizing becomes a law 1; appointments nington, W. L. Dayton elected U. S. senator 146 notice
in by president, promotions ib; resolution reported to au- of governor's message 164; apportioment bill passed, re-
thorise experiments, Colt's submarine battery, bill mak-cess of legislature, division into districts 180; districts,
finances 196; banks 339; banks
ing appropriations for fortifications reported in senate, bill
New gun, invention of
making appropriations for purchase of sites for marine
Newly discovered lands
hospitals, passed 11, 12; reorganization of 13, 14; act re-
Newspapers 160; statistics
organizing, death of captain R. Voorhees, general no-
tice 21; regulations 22; defence of lieutenant Wilkes read New York, (State,) governor's message 28; table
32; French steam-frigate, corvette Circe 34; resignation, of debt of 34; resolutions by general Dix on district
reverend W. Colton (chaplain) retired from editorship, elections ib, 35; Van Dieman prisoners, whig state con-
depots, engineers, forward officers of 52; captain S. H. vention, Van Buren state convention 35; salt spring dis-
Sitngham, dry dock commissioners, new bureaux organ-covered in, canal tolls, Auburn convention 67; agricul-
ized, commodore Ridgely commands Baltimore naval tural fair 85; representatives to congress in 180; business
station 66; lieutenant Wilkes 71, 72, 80; veteran tars dis- of Buffalo 196; vote for governor, legislature 211, 212; in-
charge, legislation respecting, yard for, address to officers auguration of governor Bouck 290; abstract of treasurer's
of 84; commodore Dallas 96; appointments of lieutenants report 339; bill for reduction of custom-house officers re-
Powell and Davis, Espy's ventilator 100; doctor Gillo ferred in U. S. house representatives 351; wealth of 368;
dismissed, sentence commuted, lieutenant Noble acquit debt of, finances, (comptroller's report) 374; historical so-
ted 112; convention proceedings 116; items of 128; ciety 388; A. Vanderpoel appointed judge of superior
steamer Princeton, Stockton gun, appointment, duel 129, court of 416, banks statement 376; debt of state 31, 374;
144; death of captain Gallagher 146; iron steam-ships close of canals 224; tolls. 224; banks 304, 376, 309, 376;
163; register of published 180; steam-frigate Mississippi valuation of
laid up 195; Missouri sails for Vera Cruz 196; of Unit-
ed States and Great Britain 200, 201; on duelling

368

New York city, hydrants in 08; Croton celebration 112,
123, 133; outlay for 304; decrease of value of property in

P.

Packet ships
Paixhan gunnery
Panama, mail route across
Papal calendar
Pardon
Paris

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Phrenological mesmerism

Pittsburg cannon 160; cast steel furnace
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Webster 232; proceedings of Georgia legislature relative
to J. M. Berrien, letter from col. Benton, correspondence
between Mahlon Dickerson and Lewis Cass 247; gen.
Jackson on subject of exchequer 263; nomination, pro-
ceedings in Georgia, letter to editors of Intelligencer
from J. Crittenden 282; from T. Ewing 233; Mr. Cush-
ing's speech 325; Mr. Rayner's speech 326; conven-
tions 403; (see conventions) principles of a convention,
appeal (see presidential, elections, and names of politicians
and states)
358, 352, 360, 395

A Pontoons, new invention relative to
Population of U. States

Port-au-Prince, fire in
Pork and beef, in Illinois
Portugal 33; change of ministry in
Portuguese Joe
Postage 336; Rhode Island on reduction of
Postmasters 243; report of general 252, 253, 254
Post roads 243; committee of U. States senate on 254;
resolutions, &c.
318

Post office (department) expenditures of 323 receipts
and expenditures of 33; of Russia 82; regulation of 99;
summary of 243; committee of U. States senate on 254;
in house of reps. ib: 318, 349; bill reported 349, 414
12
Post route bill, passed house of reps.
80, 288
400

20

400

Retrenchments 381, 386; in Massachusetts, &c.
South Carolina-Anti-tariff meeting in 85; remarks
Revenue of port of New York 128; of Great Britain on Fanny Kemble 39; message of governor Richardson
176; (see finances) public
357 232 to 235; J. H. Hammond elected governor 244; in-
Revenue (of 1842) 352; of Great Britain
385 auguration of governor Hammond, congressional dis.
Revenue bill, discussed 11; amendments ib; engrossed tricts, U. S. senator, rail-road company memorial, re-
and passed in U. S. senate 12; in house representatives ports favorable to line of packets, resignation of J. C.
13; amendments of senate concurred in 14; the act 5 Calhoun accepted, election of Mr. Huger 258; report of
Revolutionary pensions, committee of house represen- committee of legislature on federal relations 344, 345; re-
tatives on 255; reminiscence
69 monstrance against tariff
363
Rhode Island-martial law act in, postponed 2; result Southard, historical reminiscnce of father and son 104,
80 of election in b; indictments for high treason b; con-
105, 112
#86 vention assembled 48; progress of convention, indict- Spain-American minister at 18; deputation at Ma-
384 ments 52, 64; aggragate amount of pay for military ser- drid, desertions from army of 19, 65, 81; pecuniary em.
160, 176, 224, 304 vices 67; governor Hubbard's letter to governor of 72, 73; barrassment of, convent consumed 82; insurrection in
114 resolutions passed in council 73; convention adjourned, 273; silver mines of 304; bombardment of Barcelona,
259 constitution adopted 85; synopsis of several articles of martial law in Seville, Espartero 369; society in Madrid
365 constitution 101, indictments, requisitions 112, 117; re-375; letter of regent
joicings in 147; letter from J. Q. Adams to J. L. Tilling- Spartan, British frigate
hast of, legal decision of supreme court in 163; new con- Specie (for items relating to, see chronicle page of
stitution 208; the new charter 211; treason trials 227; de- each number.)
333
velopments 290; Mr. Dorr's correspondence 323; resolu-
tions of legislature of, presented to house representatives
of U. S. on general Jackson's fine 351; postage resolu
tion

246
128

L

Speech of H. Clay 134, 135; of J. Q. Adams 135 to 40
Spirits aud wine, statistics of in Great Britain 179
Sporting excursion
Speculation

320
208

State debts, assumption of 219; resolution relative 270;
Mr. Benton's resolution adopted in senate 286; letters
relative to 286; select committee 363, 403, 404, 405; de
bate on 406 to 410, 413, 414, 415; Cost Johnson's letter
on 220; reports against assumption of 391; of states, (see
name of each state.) items 223, 400; resolutions offered in
senate 380, &c. debate in house on 397, 406; editorial re-
marks 403; Gurney's letter

Potatoes

Potomac aqueduct
Pound sterling

Pow wow case
Presbyterian church

224
144

Presbyterians

-320, 384
Presentation, of Washington's sword
389
President's message-European comments on 354, 335
Presidential 67, 69, 117, 169, 183, 201, 202, 203, 214,
288, 292, 336, 352, 386, 403, 416 (see Tyler, Van Buren,
Buchanan, Johnson, Cass, Clay, Calhoun, Scott, Benton,
183, 184
254
Brews-

on

Public printing, sums drawn for
Puseyites

Q,

363

Riots in England

32

Rives, Mr. report of on claims of citizens of U. S.
against Mexico

3

Roads, committees on

Roman Catholics

Rothschilds

and Gaines.)
So Press, American
Prices

368


320

97134

Prince Louis Napoleon, present from to Dr.
ter nyl
Printing committee of United States on senate on 254;
bill to establish government house reported 351; expens-
es of public
Printed-president's message 239-2; bill to repeal
bankrupt law 254; message of president 255; resolution
on quintuple treaty, &c. to be 270; bill in relation to Ore-
gon territory ordered to be 302; reports on indemnity to
318, 351
Private land claim, committee of U. States senate on
254; in house of reps.

Prize fighters, verdict on
Professional

254
224
160

230

Progress of human race
Protection of domestic industry, Mr. Hudson's speech
345 to 349

15
224
16

Protest, by President Tyler 4, 5; received in house of
reps.; Mr. Botts' resolutions relative to
Protestant national association
Provisions, cheapness of
Prussia-review in 82; rail roads of 96; session 193;
form of representative government granted by king of 341
Public buildings, committee of U. States senate on 254;
com. of house of reps. on

Secretary of Navy, (A. P. Upshur.) letter of discharge
to veteran tar 84; joint regulations of war and na-
vy departments 195; on duelling 210; report of 264 to 270;
report
of in senate on hemp, &c. 270; report of A. S.
Mackenzie to

292

255
271

Secretary of State, (D. Webster,) correspondence re-
lative to Van Dieman prisoners, international courtesies
22; further correspondence in relation to Van Dieman
prisoners 38; correspondence with British special mis-
381 sion 41 to 47, correspondence on north-eastern boundary

Public credit, bill to revive and establish
Public executions, bill to abolish

Public expenditures, committee on in house of reps. 254 question 53 to 56; on Caroline case 57 to 60; on Creole
Public stock, bill reported limiting sale of 13;
ed and passed

Pugilism

Punishment

64
320
320

amend-case 60, 61, 62, on impressment 62, 63; reception of at
14 Boston 91 to 95; dinner to 144; address of 170, 171; let-
ter from 286; documents on independence of Kawaiia
328, 329; on grant of land
349, 397
Secretary of Treasury, (W. Forward,) 146; report of
98 285, 286; resolutions of committee of ways and means
on exchequer plan 318; debated 319; communication to
U. S. senate, shewing revenue from imports 349; letter
shewing state of treasury
398
Secretary of War, (J. C. Spencer,) communications
from relative to certain allowances made 13; resolution
adopted calling for statement from 14; at fort Munroe 51,
66, 116; joint regulations of department of and navy 195;
report of 247 to 252; Mr. Botis on letter signed by 255
Serfs in Russia

Sevier, A. H. credentials in U. S. senate
Shipwrecks
Ship building
Shipping interest
Sickness of west

Silk 80; convention 112, 116; culture of 198; manufac-
of by convict labor
Silver mine
Slave cases

416
118
320
Slaver, capture of 320; off Liberia
352
Slave trade 48; correspondence on 56, 263; lord Broug-
ham, extent of 89; resolution by Mr. Benton relative to
quintuple treaty for suppression of 270, 303; president's
message, &c.
327
Slavery 53; letter on in Turkey 161; letter from lord
Aberdeen on 178; case of 210; resolutions of Vermont
on 227; views of society of friends with regard to 229,
230; Mr. Adams on 189, 204; in house representatives on
239; Ashburtod on

Smith, Joe

Snow, in Canada 160; in west
Snag-boat
Somers, brig, affair 260, 293 to 297, 305, 356, 357, 367
Soule, rev'd. J. return of
128

South America-peace between Peru and Bolivia, Ba-
394 gota, republic of Ecuador, Simon Bolivar's sepulchre 83,
254 194; crusade preached against U. States in Caraccas 226;
210 particulars of revolution in Peru 273; Brazil movements
12816, 288; remains of S. Bolivar, Venezuela
337

Rocky mountains, resolutions relative to
Ruins in Central America
Russia-locomotive made for 32; review at Petersburg
50; defeat of general Grabbe b; failure of conspiracy in.
difficulties with Prussia adjusted 65; conspiracy, check
of in Circassia, post-office department of 82; fire at Ka-
san, loss of man-of-war 114; serfs in 160, 194; new ta-
riff, arrest, emancipation of Jews 321; misunderstand
ing with Servia, rumor of chief to New Byzantine em-
pire, Circassia
S
Sabbaths of different nations

356

1 Sabbath schools

Sacs and Foxes, deputation from to Washington
Salt springs, New York
Sandwich Islands, missionary labors in 48; embassy
from 210, 227; relations with 288, 328, 378; agents
Santa Fe, bill passed allowing drawback on goods ex-
ported from
13, 15, 320
256

Scatteration party
for to be sold
Schools, bills engrossed authorizing lands appropriated

Science, to friends of

254, 255
192

96
270
80

Scott, general, 4, 112; letter from

Screw propellers

Search (see treaty)

R

Quebec, distress in
304
Quintuple treaty-president's message on 327; remarks
on 240, 380; and letter relative to 360, 379; protocol clos-
edy
362
Rain
304
Rail-roads at auction in Pennsylvania 2; the Phila-
delphia and Reading 16; items 32; auction of 48; in
Prussia 96; profits of in Pennsylvania 102; annual report
of Baltimore and Ohio company 120, 176; finished
to Cumberland 185, 224; gross receipts of western
in Massachusetts 228, 320, 388; items 240; from Atlantic to
Tennessee river 264; of England ib; items 304; items
320; bill passed for relief of Petersburg 349; in house
representatives 351; bill for relief of the Petersburg, re-ture
jected 366; Tonnewanda in operation 368; of Massa-
chusetts 387; items 208; German 225; atmospheric 256
Receipt in part
Reciprocity treaties

16

410, 412
Red river, flood 400; memorial on
240
Red sea, junction of with Mediterranean
16
Relations with China and Hawaiian Islands 378
Religious statistics of U. States
320, 384, 416
Relief of states
395
Remedial justice bill passed house representatives 13;
act of
22
Removals, &c.
128, 384, 415
Reports Mr. Rives on claimants against Mexico 3, 4;
of secretary of war 247 to 252; of postmaster general 252;
of secretary of treasury 285, 286; of A. S. Macken-
zie 292; of major general of army 301; upon exchequer
329 to 333; of minority 333; of Latimer case 341; of com-
mittee on federal relations $44 345; on 200,000,000 stock
391; minority report

Reporters, resolution relative to

Requisition case

Resignations

384
208

256

67

333
228
202

352

403
Statistics of agriculture and commerce 25 to 28; of wool
67; of leather 352; tonnage 205, 375; land sales 375: hemp
384; lead 388; (see names of staples, agriculture, commerce,
&c.) agricultural of U. States for year 1840, 320; oil 320; of
Massachusetts rail-way 130; of Great Britain 177; spirits
and wine 179; of iron and coal in Pennsylvania 180; of
commercial of U. States 181; newspaper 184; educational
of Indiana 352; of patents, religious of U. States

384

Steamers on the Atlantic, the Gomer 16, 32; British
and American mail 36; first that crossed the Atlantic 37,
John Fitch's in 1787, 38; Robert Fulton's in 1807, 38;
64; new frigate launched in Canada 65; first on Tiber
(Italy) 80; losses 86, 87; of Canada 99; navigation by in
struction of brig and 160, 176; description of the largest
France 115; loss of British mail 129; disaster of 144; de-
178; items 192; of war (Union) 199, 240; items of 256,

272, 224, 288; Britannia ib; 304; memorial from owners
of, presented to U. S. senate 318, 520; number of sunk
in western rivers during seventeen months 325; report
on explosions presented 363, 395, 400; one launched at
Constantinople

352

368
Steam excavator 16, 69; new engine 184; ærial car-
riage 272; screw propellers
Stewart, colonel U. D. passenger in Great Western 49
St. Nicholas society, anniversary dinner of 250, 281
282,
Stocks, (for items relating to, see chronicle page of each
number.)

Sugar of cornstalks 128; rise of ib; (see chronicle page
of each number;) crop from cane and beets 184; of Cuba

209
368

Survey of lakes
Swartwout, S. bill for relief of surities of 13, 287, 415
Switzerland, population of

48

T

16

Tanning
Tariff-vote on bill in senate, president's signature to
1; the new act 5 to 10; remarks on 17; comparative state-
ment of duties of the five tariff acts 39, 40; opinions on
48; Belgian 50; operation of 51, 53; Richmond Enquirer
on 83; Albany Argus on 84, 96, 112; Europe on the 128;
Canadian 139; opposition to 158, 159, 160; six hostile 178;
American 179; on the new 216, 217, 350; remonstrances
on present 363; Mr. Hudson's speech 345; doctrine 400;
various articles in relation to 3, 17, 83, 146, 197, 234, 257;
South Carolina report against 344; McDuffie's resolutions
380; Evans'

380
Taxes, in different states of Europe 3; Rothschilds 96;
in Illinois
Tea
Teetotlers

165

872
96
320

Temperance items 208; reform

160
286
32, 240
160
Tennessee-banks of 16; extra session 35; charter of
338 governor's message 103; court of relief bill rejected 146;
128 district bill passed ib; bill passed to abolish imprisonment
for debt 165, 181, legislative action and adjournment 197;
districts 212; methodists in

272

Territories, committee of house representatives 255
'Territories, resolution relative to business of 319; de-
bates on business of

381

Texas-treaty between the United States concluded,
return of hon. J Riley to 19; letter from prisoners to
Waddy Thompson 22, 51; resources of 66: San Antonio
taken by Mexicans, storm at Galveston 83; squadron at
99; loss of steamer and crew 114, 144; historical item 145;
the late campaign 162, 163; list of prisoners, list of per
sons taken at Bexar, prisoners 178; strength of fleet
of, independence of 194; question on 136: complaint
53 of regulation of United States agent in 209; loss of
48 schooner of war San Antonio 242, 288; return of
224 Riley, march towards Mexico 305; capture of Mexi-
363 can town, San Antonio prisoners, escape of colonel
Neill, war rumors, emigrants 338; John Q. Adams and
66, 137, 196, 343, 348, 368; war with Mexico 369; report
of secretary of war

385
256
288

The new tariff, newly established paper relative to 66;
on the 197; article
357,415

Thanksgiving day 96, 199; in Massachusetts
The last of the crew of Paul Jones

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