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INDEX-VOL. II.

267,

Page.
An affair of honor,

213
Anecdotes of Sailors,

118

An eventful day,

4

A Pleib's account of himself,

83

Arthur Tremaine,

529

ARMY-Review of the documents communicated to Congress by

the President, at the opening of the 2d session of

the 23d Congress, accompanying the report of the

Secretary of War,

21

Plan for a School for non-commissioned officers of,

65

Percussion guns for the,

111

Register of the, enquiry for,

156

Strictures of Manlius on the Memorial of w,

137, 243
Thoughts on the Organization of the,

193
Remarks on the proposed plan for a School for non-com-
missioned officers,

296

Report of the Secretary of War, 1st session 23a Congress, 321

Non-commissioned officers, their claims and importance

considered,

344

Promotions, Appointments, Resignations, &c. 122, 186, 253, 327

Orders. No. 79. Rescinding 7th paragraph of Order No. 48, 122

No. 91. Relating to Hospital Stewards,

186

No. 107. Changing weekly inspections from

Sunday to Saturday,

252

No. 175. Special, destination of Troops to Fort

Mitchell,

252

No. 96. Detail for tour of duty in Ordnance

Department,

389

No. 100. Prices of Clothing for the Army,

390
Bainbridge, Commodore W.-Biographical notice of,

157

Chauncey, Commodore I.- Dinner to, in New York,

256

Sword presented by Mayor of New York, ib.

Dry Rot-Remarks on the,

132

Engineer Corps-Names of, stations and duties,

120
Esprit de Corps, (From United Service Journal,)

231
Examination of Midshipmen-Remarks on the,

119

Proceedings of passed Midshipmen at Norfolk,

181

Logan in explanation and reply,

251

First Campaign of an A.D.C.

10, 73, 200, 278

First Naval Operations of the Revolution,

360

Foreign Selections,

377

General Intelligence,

127, 190
Improvements in Ship-building,

91
Improvements in Fire Arms,

235

Infantry and Artillery-Reply to the Memorial of W. to the

President of the U. S. by an Officer of Artillery,

43

Reply to same by “Justice,”

87
Communication from an Infantry Officer,

90
Reply to the Memorial of W., by Manlius,

137, 243
Change of Stations suggested,

346

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Page.
John Paul Jones,

184
Lines on Fort Putnam,

148
Lines on a Sparrow,

150
Mackey, Daniel H.-Obituary notice of,

220
Marriages and Deaths,

63, 191, 256, 391
Meteorological Journal, .

64, 128, 192, 298, 392

Midshipman's Return-The

20

Military Academy, West Point-Editorial Remarks on,

135

Anecdote,

36

Courts Martial --Remarks on,

1

Intelligence,

39, 123, 187, 252

Monument to the laté Lieut. W. H. Allen,

121

NAVY.-Naval Anecdote,

55

Intelligence

60, 124, 188, 254, 328, 388

Outline of a plan for training up hoys in the,

114

Petty Officers of the,

96

List of Officers of vessels ready for sea,

126

Resignations and dismissions in the,

125, 189

Thoughts on the present condition of, and suggestions

for its improvement,

257

Naval Order, respecting Assistant Surgeons,

327

Academy-Its necessity and utility,

336

Uniform-Remarks on,

342

Peace Establishment Plan of,

351

Lyceum-Account of,

355

Annual Report of the Secretary of the Navy, 1st ses-

sion, 23d Congress,

361

On the necessity and advantages of War, and the utility of an

Army,

210

Ordnance on the point blank range of,

112

Pay of Soldierg-Remarks on the,

183, 294
"An Old Soldier,” in reply to “Wayne,

358
Remarks on the communication in the Nov. No. 381
Peter Simple-Extracts from,

43, 98, 162, 236, 299
Petty Officers of the Navy-Remarks by a Landsman, continued, 96
Proceedings of Congress in relation to the Army and Navy,

355

Provident Society-.

Proceedings of Officers at Hancock Barracks,

59

Letter from Fort Brady,

116

Proceedings of Officers at Oglethorpe Barracks,

Geo., and Fort Marion, Flo.; with editorial remarks, 129

Proceedings of Officers at Washington in 1828,

173

Hancock Barracks, Fort

Columbus, Fort Niagara, Camp Armistead, Fort
Brady, and West Point,

305
Explanatory statement by committee at West Point, 375
Proceedings of Officers at Fort Howard,

387

Revolutionary Reminiscence,

146

Sailors' Snug Harbor, New York,

184
Scraps from the Journal of a Reefer,

288, 338

Sunday Parades and Inspections,

151, 343

Subordination-Remarks on,

265

Sunken Rock, near Bahamas,

219

The Deserters,

216

Topographical Engineers—Names and duties of,

185

Tributes to Merit,

256

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