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Constitution, the first modern
written one 127; remark con-
cerning
265
Copper mines on lake Superior 11
Cotton-cultivated in Virginia

3, 115, 177; trade in the article
98; imported at Havre 3; East
India 116; Egyptian 149; Ota-
heitean 149; imported into
England 40; manufactures 114,
149; on the demand and sup-
ply of cotton 83, 87, 99, 149,
273; imports, prices, &c. 406;
prices of and speculations in
$7, 97, 99, 149, 153, 161, 177,
183, 198, 259, 273, 292, 307,
322, 369, 390, 406; seasonable
remarks on the price, &c. 149;
cargoes of 225; wet cotton
Cotton goods, exported from Li-
verpool 36; from the U. S. 83
Counterfeiters
192, 352
Crafts, William, his address 207
Crawford, Mr. leaves Washing-

272

ton 33; at Fredericksburg 50;
at Lexington, and his toast 177
Credit, long, bad effects of
Creeks-see 'Indians' and 'Geor-
gia.

416

Crimes and punishments-re-
marks on

354
416
80

Crocodile killed
Cryer of a court, anecdote of a
Cuba-a fleet arrives from Spain
35, 148; suppresion of free-
masonry, &c. 41; persecutions
and proscriptions 41, 52; mar-
tial law in 52; decree of the
captain general 69; population,
revenue, &c. 163; speculations
concerning the fate of 214, 339
354; trade with Key West 225;
revolt of slaves in 300; arri-
vals with slaves 322; bishop of
Havana 352; French feet at 370
"Cumberland road," continued

323
Cunnin am, Miss, murder of 112
, Mr. his patent to
supply pure and cold water 302
Cuthbert, Mr.

405

D.

Deaf and dumb institutions 144,
211; number of such persons
in the U. S. 292; printers
416
Delaware river, obstructions in
the 66; canal 94-see "Canals."
Penmark-decline of the value of
property 184; loan to, in Eng-
Jand 215; suppression of pira-
cy 270; births and deaths
344
Dewey, Mr. on emigration to H. 228
Dickson, gen. Joseph, dies
224
Divorce-decree respecting 229
Doane, capt. Isaac
Drake, Dr. a letter from him on
certain opinions of Mr. Clay S4
Drayton, Wm.
207
Drought, great
387
Duelling a bill to prevent it 35;
prohibited by Arch Masons 407

152

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Earthquake at Algiers 166, 177;
in the Ionian Islands 213, 279
ast Indies—of the native troops
in 107, 115; of the Burmese
215, 369, 409; Burmese war

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116, 215, 216; rise of the Gan-
ges 389; (British) finances 153;
British possessions and popu-
lation 328; an old law about
divorces 229; trade with Chi-
na, &c. 271; plunderings 369
Eaton, maj. his correspondence
with Mr. Clay 87; partakes of
a public dinner at Franklin, S25
Edinburg Review

losses on shipments to South
America 147, 161, 194, 307;
on the demand for and supply
of 209; extraordinary load of 272
Forgery, a singular case of 181
Forrest, col. Thomas, dies 64
Forsyth, Mr. and the Am. press 34
162 France-relations with Colombia 2, 54;
Editorial-remarks on the state of our slave trade 5, 279; importation of cotton 3;
country 1; on British feelings 2; occasional, Napoleon's executor and La Fitte 40; of the
er desultory articles 33, 194, 241, 257; do- coronation of the king 40, 183, 300, 311, 312,
mestic manufactures 33, 97, 241, 257; In- 326; regulation of marriages 40; do. of com-
dian marriage in Connecticut 298; on cer-merce 230; proceedings respecting the Am.
tain remarks of Mr. Canning, respecting republics 40, 52, 179, 263; descendants of
British commerce 50; on private opinions Corneille 40; 8th of January celebrated at
ascribed to gen. Jackson 65; on "Mother Paris 40; France and the holy alliance 40;
Britain" 67; money manufactories and re- Talleyrand 49; M. Constant 52: Talma 229;
lief laws 81, 209, 308; pardon of pirates notices of Lafayette 54; finances 104, 311,
118; advanced price of British goods 84; 388; arrival of an Egyptian Sarcophagus 54;
progress of improvement 113; on slavery antiquities from Egypt 169; Ouvrard, the
114, 357; essay on commerce and produc plunderer, 104, 229; law of sacrilege 107-at
tion, and speculation in cotton, &c. 83, 97- length 124; naval fittings 117. 279; law of
see "cotton;" British 'free trade' 161, 225, indemnity 154, 228; silk goods 154; steam
241,257, 305-see Mr. Huskisson, in "British engines 154; military establishment 165, 169,
affairs;" on certain remarks in the Edin- 279; great canal projected 169; return from
burg Review on the subject of slavery 162; a voyage round the world 183; libraries,
right of instruction 193, 305, 363; progress literature and journals, c. 199; the dau
of the U. S. 194; steady habits of Virginia phin and his wite 408; plenty of capital 215;
210; affairs of the Creeks 212, 306, 401; on Beranger, the song writer 229; law respect-
the subscription to the Register 241; state ing piracy, 230; fat noblemen at court 230;
religion in England 241; protection of do- character of the king 264; trade with Egypt
mestic labor 257; internal improvement 258; 270; coinage 270; dutchess of Berri 270;
manner of electing the president 267; Afri- paupers, patients, &c. 270; rise in the value
can colony 273; Lafayette's visit and an ex- of property 270; debt due by Spain 279;
tract from Blackwood's magazine 274; on receipts 311; great oxen 311; manufactures
proceedings in Georgia, the slave question,-Mr. Terneaux-Cashmere shawls, wines,
c. 274, 357,401; letter to the editor, with a forests 327; fire at Bordeaux 328; arrival of
cask of wine 305; British princes 386; inde- La Serna from Peru 343; value of the crown
pendence of Hayti 338; Haytien statistics 344; fleet arrives in the Chesapeake 386;
403; naval courts martial 353, 402; crimes Segur and Gourgard 408; Macdonald 408;
and punishments 354; essay on the power, La Vallette 408; the Leda, a painting 408;
c. of the free states and the slave states a giant 408.
357; duke of Saxe Weimar 386; equal jus
tice, Andre and Hale, Cockburn and Jones
386; on the product and cultivation of to-
bacco 387; case of com. Porter 402.

Franklin, Dr. his old press
Franklin Institute, Phila.
106
3, 297
Free-labor company
278
'Free states' and 'slave states' 357
'Free trade,' British, remarks on

Edwards, T. killed by his slaves 32
Egypt-progress of the pacha 107;

European officers, &c. in 154;
arrivals at Alexandria 154;
cultivation of sugar 184; culti-
vation of indigo 389; its com-
merce and products 215, 389;
the talari 409; British trade
with 270; great canal 389, 409;
plague reported
409
Election of president-on the

161

manner of
267
Elk Ridge Landing
159
Emancipation 236, 341, 353
Emigration to the west
England, Jno. bishop of Charles-
ton, address to his diocess
Episcopal clergy
101,
Erie, the lake-progress of im-
provement on the south shore
of 148; commerce, &c. 161, 415
Established religions
241
Europe, on the state of 153, 165
European monarchies,statistics 198
Exchange, price of bills of
Exports of the U. S. from 1791
to 1924, inclusive, a valuable
table-see "Commerce."

99

329

the new capital 208; elections 320
Flour, speculations in 129, 147;

416

F.
Fish, falls from the clouds
Fishing-great drafts 160, 298;
for mackerel
182, 208
Flax, machine for dressing 101
Fletcher, rev. Mr.
Florida-census ordered 2; pro-
posed canal in, &c. 95, 117;
naval station at Pensacola 192;
notice of the soil, &c. 197; of

353

155

145; regulations
Frog found in the body of a tree 229
Furnaces, improvement in 230

Georgia-The people to elect their go
vernor 144; extent of the Indian lands in
160; proceedings on the death of McIntosh,
53
notices of the treaty and remarks and facts
272196, 197, 271, 353, 369, 385; messages of the
governor 238, 277, 315; reports to the legis
lature 259, 271; governor's correspondence
with Mr. Andrews 314, 332; the same with
McIntosh 399; the same with gen. Gaines
314, 392,412; gen. Gaines' ers to
366, 392, 397; correspondence with the de-

partment of war 314, 333, 398, 412; the same
of the commissioners and gen. Gaines 413;
Mr. Andrews' letters to col. Crowell 332,
415; col. C. reinstated 366; Isaac Smith's
statement 333; governor's "slavery or no
slavery" message-letters of the judges, &c.
to Mr. Wirt 347-proof's furnished by gov. T.
400; a "fair hit" at the gov. 326; his toast
353-toasted 405-toastings 405; remarks on
his proceedings 271, 274, 357, 401; monu-
ments to Greene and Pulaski 282; for col-
lecting historical documents, &c. 293.
German E. L. synod of Pa. 294
Germany. A female buried with
military honors 54; an Ameri-
can mining company formed
169; bankrupt law 181; emi-
grations 184; migration from
Hesse 224; description of a

G.
Gaines, gen. in the Creek coun-
try, &c. 297-see "Georgią”
Galt, William, dies
Galvanism-experiments in

112
36

Gamble, major, of the marines 211
Game laws, British
Gazlay, Mr. his circular
Generation, the fifth living 112, 304

160
201

newly discovered propelling
power 230; elector of Hesse's
mistress 263; of the guillotine
311; conflagration 389; com-
mercial speculations 409; Saxon
wool and sheep 409; collec-
tion of bibles 409; statistics 198
Ghent, the treaty of 293; opinion
of the emperor of Russia 303;
proceedings

312
Giant at Philadelphia 282. [His
height is only 7 feet 9]
Girardin, Mr. dies

Glass manufactures-see "Pitts-
burg", and 104; blowers arrive
at Boston from Europe
Gold found in a tree 32; in North
Carolina

213

15

Goodman, Dr. John D.

64
148

Grain, on the growing crops of 257
Grosvenor, Thomas, dies
Guatamala-letter from the mi-

368

Hull, com. gratitude to
Hull, gen. at Boston
llundred, the "long," disused
Hunting, extraordinary
1.

nister of, on the inauguration
of the president 37; abolition
of slavery 114; of a ship canal
152; state of the republic 271;
Mr. Miller sails for
Guayaquil, a description of
Gurley, Mr. his letter on the
presidential election

103

H.

304

272

Haga Godfrey, his great legacies 16
Haines, Charles G. dies
Hale, capt. bis case referred to 386
Hall, capt. William, dies
"Hamilton," valuable extract from
the essays of 99; on Mr. Hus-
kisson's propositions, &c. 186
Hay, George
304
Hayti-Relations with France 6,
statistics, various and interest-
ing 402; of the emigration to
18, 69, 184, 228, 263, 273; re-
lations with Colombia 101, 158;
relations with Great Britain
199; population, armed force,
&c. &c. 228; trade and com-
merce, exports and imports,
&c. 310; notice respecting
emigrants from the U. S. 263;
U. S. commerce with 338; ac-
knowledgment of its indepen-
dence 337, 351; ceremonies,
proclamation, &c.

406
Heat, severe
320,321,338
Hebrew roll, an ancient one 70
168
Hinde, Thomas S.
"Holy alliance" 119, 228, 300;
at fault 153; reported new
meeting of
Hone, Mr. his address on break-
ing ground for a canal
"Honorable descent!"
Horses, hogs, &c. passing from

179

the west to the east
Houston, Mr. his circular
Hudson and Delaware canal 103,
356-see "Canals."

ice, islands of

Jee house burnt

272; projected canal in 168;
crime of freemasonry!
277
Imitations of British fashions 147
Improvement-remarks on the
progress of

113

9

Inauguration of the president of
the U. S. 19-his address
Indiana-acres of lands and polls
69; curious view of the mem-
bers of the legislature 86; self-
recommendation
387
Indians-see "Georgia." Treaty
with the Creeks, 3, 18, 63, 66,
319,402, see 'Congress;' death
of McIntosh, &c. 49, 179, 318;
Georgia indictment for the
murder of 196; remarks and
facts 212, 258, 297, 306, 309,
318; letter of the commission-
ers 18; death of the Big War-
rior 48; delegation to Wash-
ington 49; Mad Buffalo and Lit-
tle Eagle 304; Ridge's talk to
gen. Jackson 296; Indian mar-
riage in Connecticut 298;
speech of Red Jacket 16; white
captives supposed to be among
them 38; a talk of the presi-
dent of the U. S. in 1812, 175;
meeting at Wapaghkennetta
49, 212, 260; the same in Mis-
souri 279; treaties 3, 18, 49,
63, 278; gov. Cass with them
278; murder of Indians 260;
Cherokees in Arkansas 105;
"talking scripture" 305; duels
320, 416
Ingersol, Mr. his address 164
Ingham, Mr. to his constituents 134
Instruction-see the "right" of
Insurance-on steam boats car-
rying gunpowder
176
Ionian islands-earthquake at
Santa Maura 119, 213, 279
Ipswich, support of paupers at 106
Irish emigrants in the U. S. 356
Iron, American, for the navy 34,

148; rigging 160; a boat build-
ing of
Island, a new one discovered
Italy. Pilgrims at Rome 54; an
aged musician dies 169; de-
cree of the pope about ladies'
dresses, &c 215; new journal
published at Rome 229; death
of Danero, 102 years old, at
Naples 270; princess Borghese
270; law about natural child-
ren 300; conferences, &c. at
Milan 344; Naples sends a con-
sul to the U. States 389; ci-
ties of assassins 408; population
of Naples 408; conspiracies at
Rome
408

304
162

356
295

272

206

342
224

100

261

175
320

old

Illinois-A man 85 years
found guilty of murder in 169,

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publication of what were cal-
led his "private opinions" 113;
anecdote about a Christmas-
dinner 149; public dinner at
Nashville 185; Ridge's talk to
him 296; at Franklin, 354; con-
fidence of the Creeks
Jackson, Mr. John, dies
James River and Ohio
Jefferson, Mr. his letter to judge
Woodward 127; on slavery
276; on the cultivation of to-
bacco
387
Jews-about the conversion of 39
"John Bull in America," 67
Johnson, Francis M. in reply to
Mr. Kremer, &c.
Johnson, John T. his circular 183
Johnston, J. S. at N. Orleans
Jones, Paul, vindicated
Jones, col. R. at Annapolis
Jones, Gabriel, anecdote
July 4-celebrated at Gorham 321
K.

25

325
386
86
326

176
70

J.

Jackson, gen. his correspon-
dence with gen. Swartwout
20; his arrival in Baltimore
33; presented with some Ame-
rican cloth S6; letter of cer-
tain members of congress from
Kentucky to him 51; private
opinions attributed to him 65;
his letter to maj. Eaton 66;
presented with a ring by Mrs.
Custis S5; at Brownsville 86;
strange deception as to the

404
368

95

Kent, chancellor
256, 272
Kentucky-remarks on the relief
laws, &c. of 81; the "Gazette"
192; in reply to "Cato" 209;
iron works, 259; electioneer-
ing in 277; bank of the Com-
monwealth 304; on the poli-
tics of 308; more, "relief"
wanted and remarks 324; case
of J. B. Desha 336; Transylva-
nia university 368; result of
the election, and remarks 405;
St. Joseph's college
416
Keratry, Mr. his address on the
presence of Lafayette at Bos-
ton 17th June
301
King, Rufus, appointed minister
to Great Britain 97; departs
224; resolution about slavery
275, 276; arrives in England 38$
Kremer, Mr. his address noticed
1; the address 21; his reply to
Mr. Johnson 36; entertained
at York and Harrisburg

49

L.
Lafayette-on his arrival in the United
States 85; on his southern tour 33; Brition
remarks on his visit to the U. S. 33, 274;
at Charleston 49; at Savannah 65, 85; his
itenerary 85; at Milledgeville 112; in Als-
bama 118; his gift to the French refugees
in London 132; at New Orleans 147; at
Nashville-cast away in a steam boat, &c.
194; his tract of land 208, 337; at Frank.
fort, Lexington, Cincinnati, &c. 209; at
Pittsburg 225; at Buffaloe, &c. interview
with Red Jacket 242; at Boston 257; at
New York, &c. 292; Kerstry's address 301;
presented with a boat 306; leaves New York
-his son's toast, value of his land, at Phila-
delphia and Brandywine, &c. 321, 337; his
claims under the indemnity law of France
337; at Philadelphia 310; at Baltimore 353;
his remarks on the uuion 370; visits Mr.
Monroe 370, 385.
Lands, public, for sale
Languages in all the world

293
119

Law and law cases. Remarks on the su
preme court, with an account of some of its
decisions 49; case of certain African negroes
49; case of Geo. Tyson, at Philadelphia 106.
law of principal and agent too; Thompson
vs. Honqua 118; endorser of a note may be
a witness 130; law about persons of color in
North Carolina 133; "national" lottery case
148; "a moot ease" at Newburg. N. Y. 157;
"right hand at sea," 151; laws of South Ca
rolina as to the right of a denizen to sue in
the U. S. court 152; territorial limits, right
of catching oysters 171; singular case of
forgery 181; glorious uncertainty of the law
260; promises of marriage 309.

Law of the United States-for
the punishment of certain
crimes

121
192

282

Leather sheathing
L'Enfant, major, dies
"Legitimacy," African notions 355
Leiper, Thomas, dies

49

320
Lever power, application of 181
Lewis, gen. William, dies
Literary Gazette, extract from 257
Loans-see "Treasury."
Longevity, cases of 16, 80, 101,

160, 169, 208, 224, 298, 304, 368
Louisiana. Of the seat of govern-

ment of 50; Mr. Gurley's let-
ter 103; compliment to Mr.
Monroe 165; dinner to Messrs.
Bouligny and Livingston at
New Orleans 269; animal rc-
mains discovered 320; dinner
to Mr. Johnston

M.

Mackerel fishery
Macon, Nathaniel
Madagascar, notices of the island

101

325
182, 208
304

Madison, Mr. to judge Wood-
ward 128; his talk to certain
Indians in 1812,
Mails-express lines 194; despatch
of in 1755, 326; robbery of
386; extension of
386
Maine-celebration of the 4th
July at Gorham 324; state of
the banks 331; first Methodist
conference in
$52
Manufactures, American- -re-
marks on 33, 83, 145; of glass
at Pittsburg 34, 147; cloth pre-
sented to Mr. Monroe and gen.
Jackson 36; iron, required for
the navy 34; exhibit of at
Washington 42; cotton goods
33; general remarks on the ta-
riff, &c. 83, 145; flannels 116;
cutlery 116; progress of manu-
factures 103; at Taunton 145;
at Saco 146; cottons and cloths
145; cast steel 147; morality
of manufacturers

175

the navy

Means, gen. Hugh, dies
Melais presented
Meigs, Return J. dies

353
387

Manyuuk

292

Marshall, chief justice
Maryland. The "Jew bill" 3, 34;
females not to be imprisoned
for debt 3, 35; a negro not to
keep a dog or a gun 148; Hes-
sian fly in 192; early tolera-
tion in 226; penitentiary 308;
feelings about Baltimore 324
Massachusetts. Election of go-
vernor 16, 100, 258; state of
the banks 34, 331; paupers at
Salem 69; Mr. Everett 159;
elections 213; representation
in general assembly 258; incor-
porations 293; members of con-

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gress

McCracken, Joseph, dies
McDowell, James, dies
McIntosh, gen.-see "Indians."
McKeever, lieut. to the sec. of

153
336

I

112

416
208
320

Message of the president-Bri-
Tish remarks thereon

Mexico-Castle at Vera Cruz, &c.
34; of the congress 35, 125;
Mr. Ward 390; great roads
projected in 39; improvements
39; finances 104; arrival of
specie from London! 54, 66;
president's address to the con-
gress and reply 125, 126; de-
cree as to the grand canal 105;
products of the mines 131; in-
terior trade to 299, 309; report
of the secretary of state 169;
various statistical articles 192,
199; consuls in the U. S. 192;
treaty with Colombia 222; pro-
gress of good principles 263;
Iturbide, madam 272; Mr.
Foinsett 294; treaty with Eng-
land 300; road to 356; surren-
der of the ship Asia
Michigan-improvements in 213;
migrations to 258, 294, 354;
election 416; newspapers 294;
sales of lands 324; Pontiac 354
Military academy
100
Miner, Mr,
Minge, Mr.
Mississippi, (the state):-Public
dinner to Messrs. Holmes, Wil-
liams and Rankin
278
Missouri-a bill to prevent duel-
ing 35; intercourse with Mexi-
co 48, 299, 309, 356; assem-
blage of Indians 278; army
movements

390

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112; commodore Barron 128,
195, 224; of the navy yards
128; capt. Biddle 128; captain
Ballard 128; lieut. McKeever
138; the John Adams 16, 128;
Ferrett 16; United States 16;
Peacock 16; Grampus 32, 118;
North Carolina 66, 160, 208,
S88; Constellation 112, 240;
Sea Gull 16, 118, 352; Porpoise
128; Decoy 176; Shark 304;
Brandywine 256, 352; com.
Stewart, on trial 385, 409; sail-
ing master Mull 385, 415; lieut.
Whitlock 385; lieut. Hunter
385; Mediterranean squadron
282, 368; Pacific squadron 282,
368; West India squadron 282,
368; court martial on board
the North Carolina 180; ves-
sels at Sackett's Harbor 208;
at Erie 256; officers to be tried
&c. 307; remarks on courts
martial 353; deportment of the
officers 112; lieut. Carter 224
113, 129 Netherlands-recognition of Mex-
ico, &c. 40; inundations 41,
107, 183; domestic manufac-
tures 408; Waterloo monu-
ment 229; duke of Saxe Wei-
mar 270, 352, 386; the great
canals 309, 328; rich Jew dies
311; very fine cloth made in
S11; minister to the U. S. 352;
flag at New-York
New Albany

341

New Bedford-population
New Brunswick, boring for wa-

ter at

Missouri, (the river):-military
post on
Mob, an eastern
Mohicans, the last of the
Money, remarks on 167; plenty 225
Monroe, president-remarks on

his message 1; cloth present-
ed to him 36; departs from
Washington 49; compliments
to 50; offers lands for sale 128
Monroe, E. dies
804
Monte Video-to be attacked 271
Morality-French and English 227
Morocco-reply of the emperor
as to the delivery of certain
Spaniards
5
Mowing machine
298
Murat, a son of, arrives at New-
York 304; two of his sons in
the U. S.
336

1

N.
Nantucket, settlement of, &c. 227
Napoleon code, noticed 303
National Intelligencer,' extract
from
National library
"National lottery," so called
Naples-death of the king 41-
see "Italy."
Narragansett bay, and the waters
of Boston harbor
Navigation of the U. States-see
"Commerce."
Navy & naval-capt. Creighton's
letter to general O'Donnel 4;
board of surgeons 128; com-
modore Rodgers 16-his gene-
ral order 49, 52; promotions
and appointments 17, 45; lieut.
Sloat 102, 139; captain T. Ap
C. Jones 128; com. Porter-
see "Porter:" captain Crane

1

195
208
352

389

147
240

133

104

New Brunswick, population, &c. 117
New-Hampshire-election of go-

416

vernor 100; election of mem-
bers of congress 100; election
of a senator 272; state prison
282; complimentary vote to
Mr. Monroe 308; manner of
electing members of congress
324; savings bank
New Jersey-state bank at Tren-
ton 208, 304; lobby-members 415
New-Orleans--finances of the
city, mayor's messa ,&c. 259;
remains of an extraordinary
animal discovered near the
city 0; commerce and busi-
ness of the city 3; of the first
battle near to 298-see "Loui-
siana."

145

New York, (state)-progress of Rochester
16: corporations 68; the Seneca Lodians in
16; navigation of the Hudson by steam boats
38 18. 35; business and products of the canals
148 and remarks upon them, various 38, 164,

227, 256, 259, 261, 282, 308, 320, 387, 415;
vote complimentary to president Monroe
50; Hudson river 66, 387; of the great road
projected 68; gen. Tallmadge 80; new ca
nals! 112; legislature adjourns 144; singular
law case at Newburg 151-brewery at 368;
the Thayers, three brothers, found guilty of
murder 160-executed 304; panther killed
160: Mr. Goodell 176: common schools and
grants to academies, &, 199: Grand Island
259: Lockport 261, 308: western part of the
state 261: Holland land company 278, 293,
339: Troy 308: Hudson 308, 352: water ce-
ment 336; port of Plattsburg 342 Saratoga
352: Ontario county 352 state prison brok
en into and robbed 352: Geneva 415: Buf-
falo 415: commerce on lake Erie 415.

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honor of the victories in Peru 70; subscrip, the victory honored at N. York 70; for acts Public documents, remaining
tions to stocks 116, 147: the ship "Bolivar" of Bolivar see "Colombia" and 130, 216
launched at 86: "Gazette," advertisements 221, 222, 353, 396; Callao 130, 154, 271 328,
in 176; Simpson's benefit 208: dry dock co- 409; Proclamation and decree 130, 280;
pany 224: death of Mr. Lambert, &c. 240, finances 344; mertality among the Colom- Pump, a great one
292: ship building at 266, 272, 352: arrivals bian troops 154; gen. Ólaneta 154, 216,271,
of strangers 320. ballooning at 320: money 312, 328; arms and flag of the republic 214;
found under the earth 320; press of popula- royal news from 216; gen. Sucre 216; Can- Quarantine laws-change of opi-
tion 415: rope makers 416.
terac's letter to Bolivar 221, 389; letter of nion respecting
Niger, the river
the president of the senate to the same 221;
proclamations, letter to the president, &c.
280; assassinations 271; migration of monks
310; trade with Buenos Ayres 312; La Ser
na and Valdez in France 363; Cusco 390;
decree concerning Spanish property 409.

212

129

262
Niles, Wm. Ogden, prospectus to
establish a paper
North Carolina-gold mines 64,
84; case of a person charged
as being a man of color 133;
cultivation of cotton 177; price
of corn at Wilmington 336;
meeting at Mecklenburg 265;
liberation of slaves 336; the
banks 355; elections 416; scar-
city of flour at Raleigh 416
Nova Scotia: iron mines shut up 354
Nun, received at Georgetown 386

Philadelphia-of the alms house and pau.
pers 86: bills of mortality 101, 338,368, va-
Juable arrivals at 112: looms in 159: bricks
to be burnt 159; exports 162: col. Pluck

176: first settlers of 226. travelling to and

from New York 293; Franklin institute 297:
exports 308: arrivals of strangers 320: en-

tertains Mr. Rush 339e names of certain

squares altered 178.

Philippine Islands
183, 216
Pilmore, the rev. doctor, dies 368
Pinckney, Charles C. dies 415
Pirates, hung at St. Thomas' 112;

captures of, &c. 118, 129, 212,
368; supposed to be off the
southern coast
224, 304
Pittsburg, glass manufactures 34;
business of
S2, 128
Plague, not contagious
388
Poinsett, Mr. embarks for Mexi-
co 96; British piracies on his
book

167

0.
Ohio-Return of the militia 35;
debts due the U. S. and bank
of the U. S. 68; of the great
canal-route and estimates &c.
&c. 79, 103, 195, 294; progress
of population, &c. 152; open-
ing of roads, &c. 178; the great
western 323; prosperity of the
state-Steubenville, &c. 82;
cultivation of tobacco 178; ce-
remony of breaking ground
for the canals

322

133

853
169
es-

Oil, of the sun-flower
Ornithology, American
Otaheite, a cotton mill at
Owen, Mr. of Lanark 16; his
tablishment at Harmony 294,
325; new establishments on
his principles
336
Oysters, the propagation of 261;
consumption of at Newbern 352
P.
Pacific-squadrons in
368
Panther killed in New York 160;
attacks a girl in Tennessee 320
Paraguay-religious houses in 409
Pardon of pirates, remarks 118
Park, Mungo
Parr, Doctor, inconsistency in 166
Parricide, near Norfolk 388
Passengers arriving in the U. S. 3
Patterson, L. dies of corpulency 336
Paupers the support of at Sa-

342

106

lem 69; at Ipswich
Penn, William-see "Pennsylva-

nia" and "Philadelphia," and 226
Pennsylvania-A convention to be called
86: a board of canal commissioners appoint
ed 144; zeal to obtain stocks 147; report to
the legislature on inland navigation 159;
convention to promote internal improve-
ments 164; cost of certain investigations
of the conduct of judges 164;what Pennsyl
vania has done in improvement 164; stocks
in canals, roads, &e. navigation of the

Schuylkill, &c. 161; coal for the market,
&c. 195; early toleration in 226; union ca.
nal, progress of 293; population of certain
counties 297; auction duties 325; town aud
port of Erie 355.
Pensacola-a naval depot 336
Pensioners of the United States 52
Persia-king abdicates, Shiraz,

&c.
389
Persons of color-mortality a.
mong 100; trial of one in N.
Carolina
133
Peru-The great battle therein 1-a-
counts at length 7; further particulars 156;

Poland-see Russia
Population, progress of
Porosity of matter

Republics of the south. See the

names of each. General re-
marks on them 1; proceedings
in Europe concerning them 2,
34, 52, 153, 179, 198, 263; pro-
posed confederation of them 131
Rhode Island-internal improve-
ments, expenditures of the
state, tenantless jails, &c. 178;
of the banks in 258; Indian
memorial to the legislature
293-see "Providence."
"Richmond Enquirer"
957 "Right of instruction," essays
on 193, 200, 216, 312, 330, 345,
362; remarks 193, 305, 337, 362
Road-the southern national 103
Robbins, great quantity of
16
192
Rodney, Thomas Mr.

40%

336

Porter, com. notices of his trial 49, 144,
149, 208, 245-the court martial 278, 307,
322, 337, 353, 369; his instructions 55; cor
respondence with the secretary of the navy
89, 245; his desence against the court of in
quiry 231, 245; heut. Platt's statement 247,
defence before the court martial 370 to 384;
sentence, &c. of the court 390; remarks on
his case, and an extract of a letter from him

Rome, the Bonaparte fanrily and
Gudoy at

402.

352

Rope makers at New York
Rush, Mr. accepts the secretary-
Porter, Noah, dies
ship of the treasury 208; ar-
Portugal-quarrels of the queen rives in the U. S. 320; public-
41; wine exported from Opor- ly entertained at Philadelphia
to 70; relations with Brazil
339; at Washington
351
154, 228, 300, 344; Mrs. Bai- Russia-regulation of publications 5; the
lie's description of Lisbon 166 Orloff family 100; slaves in 100; trade of St.
Petersburg 132; Polish diet to meet 154-the
Post office establishment in 1755,
opening of the 334; births and deaths in the
226; offices established 311 empire 184; statistics 198; shaving of heads
Power, political, in the U. S. 35729 gold and silver mines 229; population,
&c. 270; opinion of the emperor concerning
Presbyterian church in the U. S. 3
a certain article in the treaty of Ghent 303;
Presidential election, British re- a patriarch 328; dogs and wolves 344; re-
turn from a voyage of discovery 409; speech
of the emperor's minister in Poland 356-
law in Poland 389.

Rye, product of

352

marks on 150, 152, 167; ex-
tracts from several circulars
of members of congress re-
specting it
203
President's message-British re-
marks thereon
Presidents of the U. S. a curious

35

337

415

remark respecting
Prices current-various
98
Princeton theological seminary 304
Printing, rapid 167-perfection of
229; printers' rights
Propelling force
Prosperity of the U. States
Protection, remarks on
Providence, R. I. subscriptions
to stocks 147; great fire at
224; empty jail at
353
Prussia-statistics 198; new mi-
nister to the U. S. 215, 256; a
remark about Federick "the
great" 229; anecdote of the
crown prince of 230; royal
marriages

283

signers of
lands

277

293

352

R.

Rail-ways-essays and remarks
upon them-55, GS, 143, 155,
191, 260; speeches in the Bri-
tish parliament concerning
108-calculations against ca-
nals, &c.
143

Randolph, John-a speech by
him noticed 86; remarks 104
Raymond's political econ. 245, 294
Representation, progress of in
the United States

357

113
145

169
416

S.

147

Sailing, extraordinary
1 Salt, general product of 342;
prices of at Connemaugh, &c.

416
Sandwich Islands-civil war in
54, 169; cotton mill
169
Sanford, Mr.
321
Schoolcraft, Mr. on the copper
mines of Lake Superior
Scientific power, effects of
Scott, Mr. and Mr. Benton
Scott, maj. gen. presented with
a sword by Virginia
163
Seduction, a case of
Segur-his memoirs
Serpent, the sca
Seybert, Dr. Adam, dies
Sheep, the broad-tailed, or Cara-
minian, 38, 354; in Vermont
S22; Saxony, at Boston

128

226

415

272

11
113
51

922

Shakers, the, in Kentucky
Ship building, lively
Signers of certain public docu-

277

ments yet living
Silk, the rearing of the worm,
&c. 309, 322; value imported
and exported

Skinner, Roger, dies
Slave trade, (domestic)-273,
388; smuggling of slaves 407-
(see Africa)-British support
of slave labor 104; Brazilian 208
Slaves in Russia 100-liberated

275

in Virginia 273, 341; in North
Carolina
336
Slavery, general remarks on the
subject, progress of popula-
tion, &c. 114, 357; the same,
on an extract from the Edin-
burg Review 162; the ques-
tion in Georgia, &c. 274; pro-
ceedings of Virginia
Sloat, lieut. letter to the secre-
tary of the navy, and corres-
pondence with the captain ge-
neral of Porto Rico, &c.
Snakes-"copper-head"
South Carolina-elections 224;
Ilamburg 322; exports of
Charleston 352, 415-execu-
tion in
Southard, Mr. secretary of the
navy, to commodore Porter 89
-sec "Porter," &c.
Southern national road
Southern republics-see repub-
lics of the south.
Southern sea--discovered

416

295

160

309
415

139
309

103

70

Spain-state of the country 5, 41, 133, 215,
270, 279, 280, 311, 328, 369. 389; French
troops in 5, 153, 280, 390, 407; "holy inqui
sition" 270; concerning the late Am. posses
sions of Spain 41; finances 311, 312, perse-
cations and proscriptions 41; kidnapping of
a son of Murat 116, 183: the inquisition
spoken of, &c. 41; journal of Columbus 154:
population of the monarchy 198: Morillo
27C: regiment of spies 215: royal robbers of
the church 279: debt due to France 279: burn-
ings of consti tutionalists 279: declaration
of the king 280: Colombian privateers off
the coast 312: news of the loss of Peru 300,
312: murders, &c. 312: yet holds three posts
in South America, &c. 344: decline of Ca.
diz 389, 405; the clergy willing to raise an
army 369: expedition for Cuba 390: British
frigate in the hay of Cadiz 4.6; Canterac
and La Serna 408:

416

147

336

Stewart, com. the charges and
specifications against him 409
Steuben, baron, a monument
his memory
Steubenville, O.
Stocks, prices of
Stricker, gen. John, dies
Summerfield, the rev. Mr. dies
Sunday schools and scholars
Supreme court-see "law"-se-
lection of judges for
Susquehannah canal, correspon-
dence respecting 41; clearing
out the bed of the river 66, 129
Swartwout, Mr. correspondence
with gen. Jackson 20; his let-
ter in reply to certain remarks
made by Mr. Clay
102
Sweden-population of, deaths,
births, &c. 149; acknowledges
the independence of S. Ame-
rica 300; cultivation of flax
344; marriages and divorces
[erroneous] 389; boys in the
British navy
409
Switzerland--of duelling in 230;
sales of bodies and souls

Symmes, cap. John C.

T.

.......

Specie movements
Speculations in stocks
Springfield, the armory at
St. Thomas'-a great fire at 32;
governor's letter to lt. Sloat 102
Steam boats, engines, &c.-Engine with-
out a boiler 4; improvements in 69, 117; the
question in New York-see "New York;"
The Bolivar" 85; engines for rail-ways-
see Rail-ways;" to make bricks 106; new
line between Philadelphia and Norfolk 112;
rapid movements of boats 112, 147; "The
Trenton" 117, 147; Constitution' 129, 272;
boats of the U. S. visiting a British colonial
port 132; boats towed by steam boats 144.
240, 296, 416; Chief Justice Marshall 117;
engines, when first used at Manchester, and
present number of 149; engines in France
154; Henry Shultz, burat 159; Albemarle,
do. 160; Oliver Elsworth bilged 160; Teche
explodes 150; the Susquehannah 160; power
and uses of the engine 229; the Legislator
240; Hudson and Balize 240; boats on lake

Erie 256; on the barsting of boilers 258;
Lady Clinton 286, 320; carriages 260; newly
invented paddles 279; great Dutch vessel
295; explosions 352.
Stewart, Mr. his address at Clay
Island, 4th July
361

to

163
82

"commerce."

Travelling-rapid

99, 229
272
256

161

100

Tallow, mineral
Tariff-general remarks on the
opposition to the
Teas-sales and prices of
Telescope destroyed
Tennessee-Cumberland college
159; Nashville

Texas, grant of lands in
Thompson's Island-4th of July
at 112; sickly 144, 176, 336;
trade interrupted
Toast, singular 354; ingenious
405; terrible

225

357
383

Vaccination, happy effects of 168
Value of lands, &c.
Van Dieman's land
Vermont-valuable iron mines
69; projected canal in 293;
preparations to receive Lafay-
ette 259; raising of sheep 322,
405; progress of manufac-
tures, &c.

405
Vessels of war, wt. of metal 387
Virginia-Cultivation of cotton 3, 115,
177; act favoring the colony of Liberia 35;
progress of the university 50, 196; "steady
212 habits" in electing members of congress 86;
members elected 165; navigation of the She
nandoah 96; proceedings on calling a con-
128 vention 117; sword presented to gen. Scott

388

163; newspapers sent from and received at
Richmond 167; of the post officers in 194;
SS steady habits' of 210; emancipation of slaves
119 in 336, 341, 353; remarks on the constitu-
tion, &e. 210, 242, 312; Wheeling 368; rela-
104
tive to the removal of the free people of co-
lor 275; swindling at Richmond 277; anec-
322 dote of Gabriel Jones 326; Dismal Swamp
co. 368; Staunton convention 354; claims
416
against the U. S. 415; gold mines in 416.

405

Tobacco, imported into England
40; alteration of the excise,
&c. 105; crop of "Maryland,"
with facts and remarks as to
the cultivation, supply and
consumption 115; "Virginia"
"Kentucky" and "Ohio," simi-
lar to the "Maryland" 115,
178; great prices of 322; the
product and cultivation of 387
Tompkins, D. D. dies 256; tri-
bute to his memory
Tonnage of the U. S. 211-see

272

Patras 41, 154: of the Servians 57, of the
Egyptians 280, 321; state of the Turks 41,
184; arrival of troops from Egypt 120-of
their defeat 270, 312, 328, 344, 389, 408; Bri-
tish proceedings, &c. in relation to the
Greeks 166, 184; Ulysses 184, 200, 312, 328
341, 409; the Janissaries, strangulations and,
great fire 184; Colocotroni 184; French of-
ficers in Egypt, &c. 200; Modon 270; cor-
respondence of Mr. Rodios with Mr. Can-
ning 219; tablets, ancient Greek, discovered
230; Greek army 280; Miaulis, admiral 389;
death of the heir of Turkey 312; Navarin
312, 328, 409; Canaris 321, 328, 344; Mavro-
michalis 312; French subscriptions 409; on
the successes of the Greeks 328; official pa-
pers 349 389, 408; family of the sultan 389;

naval victories 408; Solona 409.

V.

129, 147, 161
great
293
Treasury department of the U.
States, proposals for certain
loans 39; notice from the 3rd
auditor's office 53; notice of
paying off certain stocks 152
Treaty with Colombia 61, 252;
with the Creeks 63; of Ghent,
the emperor of Russia's opi-
nion
303
Trimble, David, a letter from
him on the presidential elec-
tion 69; extract from his cir-
cular
203

226

42

W.
War, vessels of-wt. of metal 387
Ward, lieu. H. dies
336
Warren factory,
338
Washington-and Lafayette,
anecdotes, &c.
Washington city-exhibit of ma-
nufactures at
Wasp, sloop of war, fate of 211
Water, boring for
104, 160
Water, Cunningham's patent 302
Weather, heat of 257, 320, 321, 338
Webster, Mr. his oration 294
Weighty persons
Whale fishery, protection of 183
Whales, great numbers of 80-
one found dead
Wartenby, maj. dies
Wheat, price of at various places
Western products-horses, hogs,

415

257

&c.

272
342

406

272
West Indies-slavery and slave-
labor therein 105, 262; hurri-
cane in 390, 406; collections
of troops in 148, 163, 214; re-
ligious missions in 271; the
British trade with
Wirt, Mr. gov. Troup's charges
against him 274; the refuta-
tion of them
Wine, currant
Woodward, Mr. to Mr. Jefferson
127; letter to him from Mr.
Madison 128; letter to captain
Doane

347
416

Trinidad-productions of 70; Ga-
zette, extract from

184

153

Turkey and Greece-General notices of Wool-exported from England

the progress of the war 6, 41, 87, 184, 229,
280, 300, 311, 321, 328, 344, 349, 389, 408.

70; prices of at

183, 332

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