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“Land office money"

Law case, (imaginary)

Legal tender, proposed!

Louisiana banks

Maryland banks-see Baltimore

above-state law respecting 359

Massachusetts banks 321, 359

Missouri banks-of St. Louis,

208, 421

Money, care of it

360

New-Hampshire banks 321, 341

New-Jersey banks--Trenton 4534

New-York banks-Exchange

bank, 131; Jacob Barker's

291, 311, 373, 421; Hudson,

291; Merchants'-trial of cer-

tain persons respecting its af-

fairs, 292: many said to stop.

payment, 311, 321; Mecha-

nics' bank, 311; Washington

and Warren, 311, 341; law re-

specting banks, 321; Chenan-

go, 341, 373; of Plattsburg,

359, 375; insolvents 360; On-

tario bank, 375; Cherry Val-

ley

375

North-Carolina banks- -Cape

Fear 260; expected regula-

tion with the banks of Virgi

nia, 322, 373, 399; oath ex-

acted! 359; again noticed,

404; stoppage of payment 421

Notes, sales of, 160, 176, 260,

321, 357, 360, 434; and ice!

373; burnt in Russia

421

Ohio banks-Owl creek, 131;

Farmers and Mechanics' of

Cincinnati & of Steubenville,

treasury arrangements with,

132, 210, 256; general notices

179, 405, 434; Belmont bank,

Delaware banks-Wilmington 260; Chillicothe, 390; F. and

and Brandywine

132 M. of Cincinnati again fails!

Dividend, none declared 321

421, 434

Equalization of exchange 274, 289 | Paper currency, remarks upon

Exchange, "course of"

Figures!

434

310, 341, 421

179

375

261

310

416 Cash, the scarcity of

Cost of banks

Counterfeits 79; a terrible list of

&c. 147; more, 179; again, 208

210; worse than any! 274;

more of them, 360, 373, 404, 417

Country banks, of the "runs"

upon

373

321

405

General remarks on banks and

banking 242, 257, 289, 322, 373

Georgia banks- Darien 131;

oath exacted at! 464; Augus

ta bridge

260

Illinois-great news for specu-

114, 130, 179, 322, 357, 360

-money, mentioned n par-

liament in 1801

421

Pennsylvania banks, 151; of an-

nulling their charters, 132;

bank of Greencastle, 260; law

of the state respecting, 358;

notes current at Pittsburg,

359; unchartering banks 375;

F. and M. bank of Pittsburg,

373; Agricul. & Manu. bank,

373; Silver Lake and Wash-

ington, 421; Milton bank, 421;

Reading, Northampton, and

North-Western

434

Prices current of bank notes,

160, 176, 321, 434

341

Quizzing

Reduction of banks necessary 322

Retiring banks

132

Reward in bank notes offered 131

Rogues in and rogues out 287

Specie drawn from Chio, 256;
premium upon, 260; depar
ture from the west

Stockholders to meet

Swindling

41

Tennessee banks, noticed, 311,
129 stop payment, &c. 322, 341.

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358

n

399

Barbary powers-the plague
111, 141, 335, 346,
Barge navigation, improved 416
Bartlett, capt. dies
Beauharnois, Eugene

192
221
93, 144, 165

Belt saw
Bibb, gov. his letter to gen.
Jackson

BRITISH.
Advertisements, curious,
"Age of Reason,"
Algerine ambassador
Alien act

39
288

INDEX.

324; discussion on the report, 342; väri-
ous interesting particulars, 397; new
notes to prevent forgery, 437; of Ire
land
22
Bensley's printing establishment burnt 437
Bible society
Bibles sold

Birth, extraordinary
Blenheim library

Bible, Hebrew, ancient
Biddle capt. and lord Cochrane
204; remarks 208; his letter
to com. Bainbridge 246; re-
mark on the preceding
Bills, inland, damages upon
Birth, extraordinary
Blind interesting notice of

272
319
239

a

woman restored to sight 175
Boccacio, famous edition of 437
Bollman's projects
291
Bonaparte, Napoleon, variously
noticed 110, 140, 174, 206,
286; admirable order of 165;
statue of his mother 190; Dr.
O'Meara 222 terrors of him
297-his wife 335-a grand
compliment to him
382
Bonaparte, Joseph
139
Bonaparte, Lucien 158, 430
Bonapartes, the-present state
of the family of
335
Boston, fever at 432, 440
Boundaries with Spain
142
Brackenridge, Mr. his new work
on South America 142; his
speech dreligious toleration 226
Brandywina ball found in a
tree near the place where the
battle was fought
256
Brazil-anecdote of the king
141; suspicions of the Ame-
ricans
141
Bridges-Montezuma, Dayton,
Carthage, 142; Onion river, 192

Boues, imported for manure
Boroughs

Boxing

Boyd, gen.
Bread stuffs
Bullion

173, 206

Bullock's museum
Calico printers

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Cambridge, the duchess of

Camden, earl of
Carlisle weavers
Catholics, Roman,
Catalini, Mad.
Chaucery court

Circassian girl, see "Persian" below.
Clarence, the duke of
Combination, alarming
Commerce

Malt, the duty upon
Manchester
Marriage-laws, &c.
Meetings of the people
Mennon, the statue of
133 Mint-coins issued, &c.

172

Mistake, curious

320 Mushroom, wonderful!

Russia, indemnities from
Siddons, Mrs.

Silver, coins 190; drain of
Snuff boxes

Southcoat Joanna's disciples

206, 270 Sovereigns, disappearance of

138 South America, troops recruited openly
190 for
191, 269, 429, 437
342
220, 255
429 Stage coaches, damages for oversetting

43% Specie payments

429

one

138, 206 Statesman, extract from

437 Stocks, prices of 109, 128, 157, 173, 205,
296 220, 269, 294, 345, 364, 429, 437; a de-
345 scription of

438 Suitors in chancery
138 Superstitions

286 Supplies

345 Taxes

482 Telescope, Irish!

157, 191, 295 Tide waiters
139 Tobacco

138, 286
10%
137, 158
206
Constitutional question
Cotton,
173, 220, 269, 320, 414, 420
109
Cow, a-pumping
109, 206
Crimes and criminals, 190, 270, 286, 296,
317, 345, 420
157
205
220
413 Wolcott. Dr.

Crim. cou.

437 Wool, duty upon

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382

109
437

138

438

55, 109
138
345, 381
109
235, 269, 294, 429
Leopold, prince
345
Liverpool-East India trade
Loans to France 180; domestic 269, 285, 381
London, bills of mortality 55; population 220

109

414
173
295, 413
438

220

138
365
173

173

381

317

138

109

173

437

137

398 Transports for Spanish troops

205

220

Trees planted
Universities

317

138

137, 173, 269, 429

Wager of battle
Wales, the princess of
Wallace's monument
Waterloo prize money
Weavers
Wellington, the duke of
Westminister election
Whale caught
Wheat,

317
381
220, 429
4,381
137, 158, 173
429
128, 270, 296, 345, 414
Wile, sold at auction 173; singular reco
very of one

437
176

Criminal code
Crops

Custom house officers
Darnly, the countess' ball
Devereaux's legion
Dissenters

296

157
Distress-see Manchester, Leeds, &c. and
255, 317, 438
Divorce, royal!
269, 414
Emigrations, 199, 173, 255, 269, 296, 294,
317, 364, (of paupers)
Erskine, lord, marries
Exchange, England and Ireland
Exchequer bills
Expedition of the law
Expenditures-see ‘revenue' below, and 286
Exports
235,265
Finances, report upon the state of the 286
172
Fishing banks discovered
Fisheries, noticed,
Fog in London
Foreign enlistment bill
Forgeries, &c.
Forgery, to prevent it
Floridas, on the cession of 295, 314, 317, 381
France, division of the spoils of
Gas lights, extent of pipes, &c.
Gourgand, gen. seizure of
Hamilton, the duke of
"Holy alliance"

Call of congress, remarks on a
proposition for
209
206, 220 Campbell, Mr. U. S. minister in

109

Russia

109

139
108

368
381, 414, 429, 437
269 364 Canada--population of Quebec
5; lord Selkirk, &c. 111;
commercial notices 141; le-
gislative contempt! 141; quar-
rels of the duke of Richmond
and the legislature 237; war-
like preparations, presumed
273, 383; Indian cessions of
land 297--Mr. Gourlay $99-

206

157

157

Hound and hare, a chase,

138

Imports

235

365

Ireland-state of Dublin
Irish diamond

345

Junius, claims to the authorship of

173

war rumors

Kent, the duke of

King, state of, 109, 382; his jewels,

Kirckvervan. &c.!
Ladies' hats

Law case, curious,
Leeds

Navy, 137, 381, (debate) 393; naval resour
ces, an essay
427
North pole-expeditions, &c. to 108, 109
Parliament-regent's speech, 77; bribery
173: purity of, 173; the new members
classed, 206; adjourns
255
Persian princes, 109; ambassador, 138, 255
269, 296, 345, 429, 437

128

398
235

137,220, 381
220,364,381

Circulating medium, see 'banks,'
various itens - essay respect-
ing 370; treasury notice
Claiborne, Richard, dies

American convention
Andromache, frigate
Arbuthnot and Ambrister

414
Army 138; prices of commissions 138; re
137, 295, 315

Clerc, M. le, a deaf and dumb
man, marries a deaf and dumb
238
lady
Clinton. gov, address to the pub-
lic, concerning gens. Jackson

319

duction 269; state of
Athol, the duke of

133

382
220

Attorneys
Auctioneers
Habies, royal

220

137
220, 286, 345, 38

and Scott
Coachmaker's experiments 240
Cobbett, William
144,291
192
265 Cogswell, Jonathan, dies
158 Coins, foreign, treasury report
upon 22-regulation of 265, 399
55, 438 Coleman, W. A.-aent of the

Bagot, Mr. a ball given him at Georgetown
Poor rates
45; patronage of his lady, 79; when at
Pregnant princesses
Annapolis
Prince regent, in a merry mood !90, sick 269
Banks, sir Joseph
414 Quakers, an outrage upon
Bankruptcies,
173 Queen, of her property
Bank of England, noticed, 109, 157, 173,
128, 269, 285, 437 Reform
179, 220, 221, 235, 317, 437; reports re
Revenue, 109, 138, 220, 234, 269, 286, 381,4
speeting, laid before parliament, 294,
Riot-at London,
Roads, turnpiked

109

278

437
438
158
173

Register at N. York
Colonization society-address
165, letter from Mr. Meud 233

365

109

438

269

Yatch, royal
York, the duke of

109.137, 269

Brokers, remark respecting 179
Brown, gen. 56; tour to Green
432
Bay 400; general orders
Brutus, Payne's tragedy of
Bunker's Hill

160
298

Burke's description of a king 319
C.

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Comstock, Adam, dies
Conecticut-elections 143, 160;
governor's speech 196; incor-
porations asked for 239; office
of secretary of state 271; po,
pulation 1756 and 1774, 320;
religious liberty
Congress, revolutionary,
viving members of

346

sur-

400

CONGRESS.

Acts, a list of those passed
Alabama

95
61

46
62, 68, 94
Anderson, John
57, 58
Appropriations 59, 60, 64, 65,
66; Mr. Lowndes' motion re-
specting 61, specific, &c, 61;
Chickasaw treaty
62
Arkansaw 57, on slavery in 94, 95
Army-reduction of proposed
64, 65; fatigue duty of
Artillery, school for
Asylum for deaf and dumb, 96, 97
Balances
64,96
Bank U. States-various pro-
ceedings on Messrs, Johnson
und Trimbles' resolutions 5, 6;
debate 94, 95, 96; G. William's
me norial 6; documents ac-
companying the repor: of the
committee of investigation,
continued from the last vo-
June and concluded, 8 to 21;
Mr. Spencer's resolution 33,
61; the bill respecting proxies
33, 95, peutions against a re-
60, 67
peal of the charter
Bangs of the balances in 27, 96
59, 93
Baroon, Mr.
66
57, 61.96
Cadets, respecting 61; proceed-

Bounty lands

Brits vessels

ings

Capitol the longitude of
Claims 96; remarks on
Clay Mr. 6, thanks of the house

98
61
67.96

voted to him
Closed doors
Coasting trade
Gons 22, 23, 57, 97, (report) 265
Collectors of the revenue 60, 96
Constitutional amendments pro-
57, 61, 96
64

posed, &c.
Contingent fund
Controversies between states,
the bill for settling
Grimes against the U. S.
Cumberland road
Customs, officers of
Dearborn, Benjamin
De Kalb, the baron de
Decrees, Berlin and Milan
Drawbacks, &c.

Gun boats, nos. 149, and 154
Illinois

Indian tribes

Invalid pensioners
Judges, enquiries respecting
Judiciary

61, 96, Slavery-see Missouri and Ar-
97 kansaw-and
58 Slaves, fugitives
60, 98 Spencer, Mr.
59, 96, 97 South American states
98 Steam carriages
67 Tallmadge, Mr.
61 Tennessee
Jurisdiction over military and Tonnage
naval sites
Treasury department 57; docu-
Lancaster, Joseph
ments accompanying the an-
nual report
167
Lands, public, and land offices,
&c. 6, 13, 57, 58, 59, 60, 67, 97 Treaty with Spain 27, 33; with
the Chickasaws
61, 62
Laws-see "laws."
Light houses beacons, &c, 98 Washington-about a statue of
61
58, 59, 66
Lowndes, Mr.
resolu
Mail-guards 59; to be carried in
57,60
steam boats
Maritime districts
67, 95
Messages of the president-
communicating gov. Bibb's
letter 39; respecting balances
57; about certain British
claims 57, 61; sinking fund
57; military academy 58;
Hanseatic towns 58, 62; ac-
counts 59; Chickasaw treaty
61, 62; respecting the treaty
about the Floridas, &c.
Michigan
Military academy 58, 59,
Militia

White - Mr. Trimble's
tion respecting him,
Williams, George
Wines, duty on

96
6, 67
60,96

Yeas and nays, respecting the
bank of the U.S. 6; on the bill for
settling controversies between
states 57; on the bill to alter the
constitution respecting the eléc
tion of electors, &c. 57; on a pen-
sion bill 58; on the bill for erect
ing a statute of Washington 58
96 respecting salaries 59; on dis
57, 58 charging the committee on the
61, 67 Seminole war 59; respecting per

57 sons of color 59; about roads 60
Mint, total coinage, &c 159 respecting land titles in the diss
Mississippi, various, 58, 66 trict of Detroit, &c. 60; about sla-
Missouri-various, 57, 58, 60, very in Missouri, (senate) 60,
67-about slavery in 67. 97, 98 about the Seminole war 63; re-
Navy and naval-rules and re-
specting the Cumberland road
gulations for 58; of naming 66; increase of salaries 66; reduc
the vessels 60, 95, 96, 98; sup- tion of the army 67; about slavery
port of 61; pension fund 97 in Arkansaw 94, 95.
Passenger ships
57, 96
Pensions
58,98
Persons of color
58, 59, 96
Pettibone, D.
97
Piracy
60, 96
26 Counterfeiting-see "banks”
96 Court of Washington!
61, 98 Cuba-reported" cession 210,
96 237, 430, 438; patriot prison-
ers at 270; arrivals and depar-
tures, at Havana 318; sickness
318; imports of flour
Cumberland road

399

Franking
Gailliard, Mr.

57
57, 58
60, 64, 65, 66

67

61
58

6

96 Poindexter, Mr.
113 Post office establishment
Printing, public
Public buildings
Report on foreign coins 22;
about balances in the state
banks 27, on weights and
measures 117; on roads and
265
canals 186; about coins
Roads and canals 61, 96; report
upon
186:

Roll of the members called
Salaries
59, 64, 66

Salt, duty on
Seamen

96 Secret proceedings

94

66 Seminole war-report to the
senate mentioned 6, 60; re-
port at length, 33; documents
78; gov. Bibb's letter 39; de-
fence of gen. Jackson 50; do-
cuments 90; of the committee
634
proceedings 61,
sketches of the debate 62, 63;
yeas and nays 63; notice of
the length of the speeches
64; a remark on them
Sinking fund
59 Slave trade

64

Dacing, relating to

Paties, amount of 57, 61; re-
secting
Entries, false

61

engines, a bill respecting 60
27, 33, 61, 96, 97
Florida
oreign coins see "coins" above
eign intercourse

Forsyth, Mr.

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58, 59, 60, 97

59
61

95
64

33, 55, 61, 94

64

66

Contracts, the obligation of 269
see "Law cases."
Cotton-see British affairs, East
India, &c. price of 319, 320;
rot in

416

67

57, 60, 64, 97
97

64
61
33, 60!

383
24

335

214

D.
Date tree, naturalization of in
the U. S.
95 Declaration of Independence,
Binns' edition
62 Delaware-worthy act of the g'd
57,97 jury of Newcastle county 271
61 Denmark-loan negociated 140;
a sloop of war arrives at New
416
York
Desultory remarks, editorial 337
Dialogue about the scarcity of
262
cash
112

Diamond, a valuable one
Distance conquered by steam,
400
&c.

Domestic goods, specimens of
112; industry, see • National
Interests" and "labo" nia-
nufactures, see "Nat. In
terests." Hints on them 177,

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Baltimore society 180; re-
marks upon 257; Delaware
society 271; duties proposed
to support them 369; econo-
my! 256; how regarded at
Natchez, &c. 384; revenue of
the U. States

385
238
224, 270, 400
Duties, new protective, pro-
posed

Dropsy, singular case of
Duelling

369

E.

East Indies-British and Dutch
111; a woman buried alive and
others burnt 111; insurrec-
tion in Java 111; interesting
notices of Sumatra 111; cho-
lera morbus 140; pirates 158;
missions 192; golden god, dis-
covered and stolen 207; Bri-
tish military forces in 223;
cotton 237, 297, 336; Ceylon
237,458; princes deposed 297;
murders 297; curious adver-
tisement 297; markets glut-
ted with European goods 365;
Malacca, a printing press at 383
Economy!-a queer case of 272
Editorial remark, on quotations
from essays 145; desultory
337; address on closing the
volume
433
Egypt-the Wechabites defeat-
ed 111; antiquities 141; sta-
tue of Memnon 220; canal of
Alexandria 270; improve-

for the cession 285-reports
383, 385, 438 slaves intro-
duced

78, 238, 257
16, 178

Flour, price of
Foreign goods
Forgeries-see "banks:" reci-
procated by England and
France 131; Cobbett's pro-
291
jects
Forsyth, Mr. "takes leave!" 56;
arrives at Cadiz
Fur trade

383
147
431

Agriculture, &e.
Army
Angely, St Jean d'
Backruptcies
Blanchard, mad. killed
Berry, the dutchess of
Bread, price of
"Bonaparte's partizans,"
Brune, marshal, assassinated
Cashmere goats
Cards, complimentary
Chamber of deputies, debate
Chivalric act

Clerical venality

FRANCE.

Fan, patent
Fires, numerous
Florida-the cession of announc-
ed, &c. 3, 27; Spanish troops
arrive,--cessions of lands-
Indians, &c. 40; some descrip-
tion of the country 44, 142-
affairs in 79, 150, 161-grants
of lands, &c. in 161-remarks
on the treaty 225, 346, 385,
438;the indians in 272; reasons

Cloth shearing machine
Coinage

Crimes and punishments
Crops

Divorce

Deaf and dumb

Duel, between two brothers

Elections

Export of provisions

Finances

ments

368

Elephant, how to tame one
Elliot, capt. U. S. navy
Emigrants--British consul's "ar-
rangements" about them
Emigration-singular caravan
of 120 persons 238; extraordi-
nary 416; to U. S. 239, Mass. na's tomb
336, 346, 368, 400; tables 208, Ministry, divisions in
Military instruction
378, 416; to N. Brunswick 319 Military
Employment, want of
356 Nismes
Equalization of exchange
289
Erie, lake, storm upon 347; sur-
veys for a harbor

Nobility, proofs of
Notice of a birth,

i Paris, some account of
399 Payments to the allies

Peers, the chamber of
401 Pensions

Errors, typographical
Etiquette 79, 400; anecdote of
Washington
224
Europe-military and marine
strength of 108; reigning fa-
milies 257; statistics 354; royal
carvings 334; rumors of wars 413
Evans, Oliver, dies
Exchange, "course" of, 357,

Executions

159
360
142, 346
Exports of the U. S. for 1818, 243
Extra half sheet

F.

Marriage, singular offer of
Marseilles

Perpignon
Population, &c.

Flour, allowed to be exported
Fayette, de la

Grouchy and others refused permission to

Priests 110; priesteraft
Refugees, invited home
Religious liberty

Revenue

Stocks
433 Storms

Germany, generally--bankrupt-
1 cies 5, 297; recruits for S.
440
Am. 5; premature interment
111; population of Bavaria
111; Wirtemburg 111, 140;
emigrations 140,270, 130; Kot-
zebue, noticed 140; assassinat-
ed, particulars and remarks
175, 227, 270, 346, 430: Bava-
ria 140, 346, 365; Hanover
175; Hess: Darmstadt 430; the
universities 175; Hesse Cas-
sel 191, 207; Persian ambas-
sador at Vienna 2 2; Trade of
Lubec 237; notices of the po-
pulation 27; to prevent duel-
ling 270; bank of Hamburg
270; recruiting 346; "Black
Alliance" 345; Teutonic as-
sociation" 365; agitations 365;
trial by jury 365; Hoffer's fa-
mily 383; salutations 383; con-
cordat 430; university of Jena

return

Generals, the fate of many
"Holy oil"

Hayti, mentioned

Hamilton, the British duke of
King sick 128, 139; on his throne 206; his
counsellors 221; takes the sacrament by
proxy!

270
222

Lafitte's expose of the finances, &c.
Lanjumais, his new work

Loans

429
110, 128, 180

Louisiana, queer remarks about the sale

of

345,414
110
158, 236
382
55
382
1561

174

270

288

272

405

110

110,318, 382
13, 173, 174
139, 173

438
430
4
139
221
270,430
288
414

110

174

Rodet, Mr.
Seine, the

Senegal, a colony at

Ships, in the Spanish service

Soult, marshal

South America, relations with
Statistical articles

Talleyrand

Ta. the cultivation of
164 Telegraphs

158

Theatres of Paris
Tin mines

Tobacco monopoly
Travot, gen.

139

139

158, 174, 222
438
317, 414

139

236 Gibraltar, duelling at
"Give us the names!"

236

365

365

270

403

173 Glass, American-manufactures
of and remarks 308-wares
imported, remarks on the
manner of, &c.
Good Hope, the cape of-insur-
rections at
346, 383, 439
Grass-hoppers, multitudes of 440
Greene, gen.

400

345

139

345
382, 438
429

H
Hail storm, a severe one
Hanson, A. C. dies

Hats, a new manufacture of 250;
a machine for carding the
wool for
320
Hayti-the rival chiefs 128, 191;
reported insurrection, muni-
ficence of king Henry 175; a
Hayian vessel arrives in the
sound 335; admiral Popham
pays his respects to the king
365; mentioned in the French
chamber of deputies 382; ine-
thodist missionaries in

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261

110

139 Health of our cities

7

173

110 Heat, uncommon

439
440
416,431

110 Hillisajo, the Seminole chief 419


110.

192

239

176

wealth

174

41 Honesty, common

270 Horse power for boats
Houston, judge, dies

139

309

429 Hubbard, Mr. A.

Hog, a very large one

345

223 Home industry and national

139

369, 335

417
431
272
405

438 Hydrophobia 288, 320; on the
cure of, by the "scullcap" 360

110

139, 206, 221
K.
382, 414
158 Keith, Israel, dies

139

368

206 Kentucky-Mr. Hubbard's ad-
dress

221

270 Kidnapping a white child

40
82

270

110 King, a-Burke's description of

Vandamme, gen.
Washington's birth day, st Paris
Wellington, persons tried on his account 317

429
130

one 319;-Mr. Rufus
Knife, extraordinary

28
29

G.

I.
Gaines, gen.
40, 143, 176 Illinois-seat chosen for the ca
3.
Gamble, capt. U. S. navy 430 pital of the strie
Georgia-university
112 Imitations, servile
German, lieut. L. dies

176 Importations of the U. S. 1317 22

1

431

Indiana-the Harmony society
-mount Carmel
Indians and indian affairs. Che-
rokees at Washington 56;
treaties notices of several 152;
in France and England 160;
in the state of New York 192,
347; murders 223, 319; war
brewing, 87; school 271, 298,
399; execution 319; Chocktaw
school, &c. 399; affairs, essay,
&c. as to their improvement
405; Chocktaw lands
Intercourse, expeditious
Inglis, Dr. James, dies
Inquisition, decree of, &c.
Insolvents, numerous
Iron pipes imported
Italy-manuscript of Tasso 55;

Vesuvius 110, earthquakes
175, 430, 438; Pompeii 175;
extraordinary birth 415; rain
mixed with sand 430; Etna
488; banditti
438
Jackson, gen. honored 6; edito-
rial essay relating to him 25;
another 44; detailed account
of the honors conferred upon
him at Philadelphia, New
York and Baltimore 28 to 33;
defence against the report in
the senate 50; mentioned 56,
78; correspondence with gen
Scott 121; gov. Clinton's ad-
dress to the public, &c. 135;
anecdote of
419

416
298
431

5

291

399

James, William, the veritable 273
Jasper, Mr dies
Jerusalem, the archbishop of 140
Johnson, cel. R. M.
Johnston, judge
July 4, noticed

L.
Labor-want of employment for

356; its products and checks
385; ancient prices of, &c. 397
Lacock, Mr. his reply to certain
strictures, &c.

about the recovery of a debt
due by a bank [imaginary]
195; the Hercules, before
sir William Scott 236; for slan-
der, uttered in the pulpit
240; obligation of contracts
in the purchase of a slave 269;
kidnapping a white child 322;
case of attachment 325; re-
specting a bank note cut in
two 360; crew of the Irresisti-
ble, for piracy 390, 428; a cler-
gyman vs. a vestryman 399
Laws;-supplementary respec-
ting the bank of the U. S. 47;
relating to piracy 48; about
discriminating duties 48; list
of those passed
Lawyers, a question for 421; or-
dered into the army to be
taught discipline in Hesse
Lightning, effects of
Literary studies of youth, essay
on 311; replication to 360; re-
tort and further remarks
Locusts, appearance of
Longevity, cases of 56, 144, 384,
430, 437
Longitude, on ascertaining of 138
Louisiana-resolution of the le-

46

430
416

gislature requesting a naval
force 192; the mail to New..
Orleans
298
Lyon marries a Lamb, and they
lie down together!
287
M.

98
45

Lamp, Williamson's patent
Lancaster, Joseph, noticed 149
"Land office money" 132, 179,

260, 399; system, interesting
remarks uponthe
Land privateering
Lands, public a bill respecting
them 6-see congress; appro-
priated for the support of aca-
demies and schools 56; Mr.
Meigs' description of the plan
of surveying them
362
Law cases-Sturges vs Crown-
inshield 1; insolvencies, in
the supreme court 27, 76; de-
cisions in New York on insol-
vent cases 77, 214; opinion
about the U. S. bank 68; re-
specting a Spanish ship cap-
tured 78; about the sale of an
office in Pennsylvania 157; a
colored man in Georgia 158;
respecting bribery 160;
breach of a promise of mar-
riage 176; case of slander, a
woman vs. her husband, 176;

423
298

MacGregor, gen. See "South
431 America."

Mahometanism, embraced 142
131 Mail-guards, official report re-
144
specting 4; between Balti-
321 more and Philadelphia 78;
robbery and robbers 72, 112,
144, 974. 546, 368; despatch
of the mails

298
Maine-or the separation of 176;
remarks, &c. 225; election of
representatives 225; act for
separation and the yeas and
nays, &c. 294; return of votes
416, 430; vessels of war built
in 223; sect of religionists 288
376 Manufactories shutting up 273
440 Marriages-singular 40, 238
Masonic election, in N. York! 271
Maryland-acts of the legisla-
ture mentioned 6; brokers
143; Mr Brackenridge's
speech on religious toleration
in the house of delegates 226;
proposal to call the legisla-
ture because the people can-
not pay their debts! 261
Massachusetts-acts of the le-
gislature 40; elections 142,
223; Sunday caucus 223; go.
vernor's message 262; return
of votes 271; state prison re-
port 288; regulation of dama-
ges on inland bilis, not paid 319
Medical-sight restored
Meigs Josiah-see "meteorolo-
gical." and "lands"
Methodists in the U. S.

175

431

Meteorological notices and re-
marks, published by J. Meigs,
interesting, 233, 320, 362 400
Mexico-of the coinage 127,
157; tranquility of 141; war
still 191; fate of gen. Mina,
&c. 237; Americans imprison-
ed at Santa Fe 272; Vera
Cruz, port opened 286; re-
ported movements in Texas
346, expedition against 347,
365, 384, 400, 440
Michigan, lake-Green bay 176;
survey of the lake, &c. 224,
Detroit
Michilimackinac
Military roads

Miller, gen James
Mint of the U. S.
Mississippi-new military posts
upon 56, 143, 440; state, re-
specting slaves
160
Missouri territory and river-
length of its stream and of its
branches;344 yellow stone ex-
pedition 143, 320, 368, 377,
440; town of Franklin 256,
287, 336; progress of improve-.
ment 256; projects 408
"Hamden" a writer in favor
of slavery 288; Osage 319;
steam boats on the river 336
Mitigation of slavery, see "sla-
very."
Mobile

240
"Mohawk Indians," who de-
stroyed the tea at Boston 226
Monroe, president, on his south-
ern tour 112, 128, 192, 208,
223, 238, 272; (at Athens G )
287; (visits the missionary
school) 298, 319, 368, 384; ar-
rives at Washington
416
Morgan, col. George, his pre-
dictions
239
Muscat, a "yankee trick" play-
ed at
384

384

N.
Natchez, a letter from
National feelings and prejudi-
ces 105; character
402
National interests, a series of va-
luable essays from the Phila-
delphia society for promoting
domestic industry-no. 1, 134,
no. 2, 153; no. 3, 169, no. 4,
181, no. 5, 197, 215, no. 6,
219, no. 7, 250, no. 8, 263, no.
9, 283, 299, no. 10, and 11,
348, no. 12, 373, no. 13, 409;
preface

434
278

Navigation, wonderful-
Navy and naval. Progress of
the navy and remarks 2;-
London paragraphs, &c. re-
specting 3; the Columbus 49;
pensioners 79; the Hornet
112, 272; supremacy 319; the
Ontario 112, 143, 176, 208;
the secretary of 112; the Con-
gress 128, 160; Mediterranean
squadron, notices of 143, 192,
2.4, 298, 346, 400, 439; En-
terprize 384, 439; Jobs.

344

344

186

40, 439
159

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