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Calhoun, Hon. John C., the editor on the Davis, Dr. E. S., rewarded

330, 335
charge that the hostility of Gen.

and the horse mails.

554
Jackson to, originated with 65, 97 Delaware Gazette. (See Baltimore Re-
on the public conduct and services of 130

publican.)
attacks on

326 Dickerson, Hon. Mahlon, bill on the ta-
Mr. Ritchie and the tariff of 1816 339, 420 riff, reported by

236
on the correspondence of, in relation Drayton, Hon. Williain, report of, on the
to the Florida invasion

785, et seq.
Indian rations question

590
exposition of the principles of nulli-

address of, to the people of the con-
fication by

913, et seg

gressional district of Charleston 737
Culpeper Co., Va., announced meeting in 131 Deposites of public money, on the subject
Charlottesville Convention for the nomina-

of .

820, 853, 882
tion of Judge Barbour to the Vice Daniel, Hon. Henry, on the electioneer-
Presidency
131 ing in opposition to

857
Clayton, Hon. A. S., report of, on the

address of, to his constituents

886
affairs of the U. S. Bank

175 Editorial 1, 33, 65, 97, 129, 161, 193, 225, 257,
Mr. Cambreleng on the same 287 289, 321, 352, 385, 417, 449, 513, 545,
Charleston, S. C., on the proceedings of

577, 609, 641, 673, 689, 705, 785, 849,
the St. George's Society
229

866
Union meeting in

477) Eaton, Major, letter of D. Green to, on
the Intelligencer on the same
513 the projected Indian rations fraud

1
the Globe on the same

ib. European intelligence 64, 94, 95, 319, 383, 516,
Cooke, Hon. Eleutheros, conduct of Dr.

550, 556, 608
Davis, of $. C., towards

260 Ewing, Hon. Thomas, testimony of, in
proceedings respecting the same 279 the case of Gen. Houston
Convention, the Young Men's, reception Executive power, report of Mr. Benton
of Mr. Clay by

265
Convention, Baltimore, on the 291, 293 England, on reform and mullification in

460
proceedings and vote of 296, 322, et seq., Edgefield Carolinian, the, on the address

327, 353 of the South Carolina members of
delegates from New York to
387 Congress

679
the Georgia Federal Union on the 457 the Telegraph and -

849
the Western Review on the
5.61 Ely, Dr. E. S., vote of

821
Convention, Charlottesville, on the 353, 425 Extra Telegraph, the, correspondence
Convention, North Carolina, (Barbour).- 673 on the subject of

828
Cambreleng, Hon. C. C., letter from, in Fraud, the projected. (See Indian ra-

vindication of Col. R. M. Johnson 297 tions.)
on the Bank report

ib “ Fiat Justitia," on the correspondence
Choctaw lands, information to settlers on

of Mr. Poindexter and the Secre-
the
289 tary of the Navy

73
Cholera, the, at Quebec and Montreal 463

on the public conduct of Mr. Poin-
on the treatment of -

dexter

134, 296
in New York 548, 552, 576, 672, 686 Falkland Islands, aggressions on Ameri-
Chickasaw reservation, the, report of Mr.

can commerce in the

159
Wickliffe on
465 Franklin, communication of

346
Commissioner of the General Land Office, France, minister to, appropriation for an
letter of, on the subject of the Ex-

outfit for a, Mr. Miller, of S. C.,
tra Globe.
615

348
and the beauties of consistency 680 Florida, invasion of. (See Gen. Jackson.)
franking the Globe

827 Franklin (Tenn.) Review, on the Balti-
Columbia, S. C., celebration of the 4th

more Convention

516
July at

623 Foster, Hon. T. F., opinions of, on the
Crawford party, the, and Mr Ritchie id

658

power of the Supreme Court
support of Mr. Van Buren

645 Green, D., on the projected Indian ra.
Cmwford, W. H., sentiment given by 676 tions frand

1
letter of John H. Eaton respecting · 785 on his account with the Bank of the
« Crito," jetter of, in the Richmond En-

United States

69
quirer, on the veta
648 letter to, from Tennessee

72
Clayton, Hon. John M., (of the Senate,)

discussion in the House of Represen.
speech of, on the veto

668 tatives on adinitting him as a wit-
Cabinet, the travelling

921 ness in the case of the alleged In-
Carson, Hon. S. P., letter of, on the sub-

dian rations fraud, as bearing on
ject of Mr. Van Buren

832 the breach of privilege 138, et seq
Denunciation of Congress by the Globe 129

attack on, by the Kentucky Gazette 294
Davis, Dr. E S., testimony of, in the case

conversation of, with Gen. Jackson
of Gen Houston

143

on the nominations to the Senate
challenge of Mr. E. Cooke by 260

correspondence of, with Judge Rowan 824
proceedings on the same

52
2791 Grundy, Hon. Felix, speech of, on the tariff

471, et seq.

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Grundy, Hon. Felix, testimony of, in the Ingham, Hon. Samuel D., correspondence
case of Gen. Houston

136 held with, on the subject of the
Globe, the, card of Gen. Houston in 66 President of the U. S Branch
denunciation of Congress by

1.9 Bank at Portsmouth, N. H. 388 to 415
and Mr. Ada ns
132, 191 on the conduct of

424
on " specific appropriations" 196 correspondence of with Mr. Gowen 884.
in relation to the attempted assassina. “ Ireland and the South"

358
tion of Mr. Arnold

262, 263) Internal improvement, &c., opinion of
on the professed circulation of the • 294 Mr. Van Buren on

354
on the assaults on members of Con.

bill for

555, 556
gress
330 Ingersoll. C. J., letter of, on the

protec-
and Mr. Van Buren
419 tive system

642
and Amos Kendall

425 Iredell, Governor, correspondence of,
and F. P. Blair
426 with Philip P. Barbour

673
on the attack upon Mr. Calhoun by - 450 Irving, Washington, character drawn by 831
on the Union meeting in Charleston, Jackson, General, letter of H. M. Brack-
S.C.

513
enridge concerning

10
the lamentations of

521 on his remarks respecting the House
on nullification

523
of Representatives

131
and the tariff

525 Washington and Madison contrasted
and the National Intelligencer 529 with

230
and the tariff

530, et seq.

on the imputed language of, con-
on the subscription of

675 cerning Gen. Houston's trial 289
and Mr. Barbour
691 the tariff and the Bank

417
Gaston, Hon. W. of N. C., proposed for on the alleged secret orders to, for

265
the invasion of Florida

422
Georgia, and South Carolina

387 opinions expressed of, by Amos Ken-
and the tariff

587 dall, F. P. Blair, Richmond En.
and the land lotteries in

817
politics of

quirer, Albany Argus, N. Y. Cou-

818
the

rier & Enquirer, and editor of the
press

853
@winn, Samuel, on the case of

Baltimore Republican
649, 654
and Mr, Monroe

449
654 and the beauties of consistency
Governeur, S. L., letter of, to Mr. Blair,

689
on the conduct of, in relation to the
on the subject of Pres't Monroe

826
Gowen, James, correspondence of, with

Calhoun correspondence - 785, et seq.

correspondence of, with President

884
Houston, Governor, on the breach of

Monroe in 1818

796, et seq.
conversation of D. Green with, on
13, 33

the nominations to the Senate 824
35 Johnson, Hon. Cave, of Tenn., testimony
66 of, in the case of Houston

102, 135
Johnston, Hon. C. C., of Va., speech of,

69
further proceedings in the case. of 83, et " Jeffersonian doctrines of '98”

on the pension bill

104

195
seg., 99, 105, 232, 258, 273, et seq. Johnson, Hon. Richard M., letter of Mr.

Cambreleng concerning -
261, et seq. Kentucky Gazette, attack on the Tele-
graph by

294
286, 291 Kendall, Ainos, some notices of

425
electioneering letter of

655
correspondence of, with Mr. Calhoun 913
387 on the same

677
and the beauties of consistency

680
553 his version of the Treasury statement 785
616 a writer in the Globe

878
Key West, communication of X respecte
661 ing

434
744 Kent, Chancellor, of N. Y., abuse of, by
the Courier & Enquirer

529
Kerr, Hon. John L., opinion of, on the
alleged Indian rations fraud

591
9,512, 577, et seq. Krepps, Gen. Solomon G., renunciation
of Jacksonism by

708
Kentucky Reporter, on the electioneer-
ib.
ing in that State

357
283, 318, 352, 415 Laws, the, on the stereotype edition of 331, 356

420

proposition referred to the Commit-
tee on the Judiciary

557
347) Liberia, the commerce of

641

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Heard, Morgan H., attack by, on Mr. Ar-

nold
Hunt, Hon. Jonathan, death and funeral

of
Hamilton, Governor, of $. C., dinner to

at Augusta, Ga.
Harrisburg Chronicle on the tariff

on the veto
Hayne, Hon. Robert Y., speech of, on the

tariff

reply of, to Col. Drayton's address
Hayward, Elijah. (See Commissioner of

of the General Land Office.)
Indian rations fraud, on the projected 1, et seq.,
report of Mr. Drayton on

590
report of the minority of the com-

mittee on
Indian hostilities

the Globe on
logham, Hon. Samuel D., letter of, on

Hir. Adana's Bant report -

.

.

335, et seq.

the year

3, et seq.

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Lewis, W. B., letter of, to Mr. Balch 785 Nullification, in Georgia

658
Lacock, Gen. Abner, reply of, to Gen.

the Richmond Whig on

817
Jackson's interrogatories -

793 exposition of the principles of, by
Locomotive engine, description of a new 864 Mr. Calhoun

913, et seq.
McLane, Hon. Louis, on the vote of, with National Intelligencer, on Mr. McLane's
respect to Gen. Jackson's conduct

report on the tariff

$37
in the invasion of Florida

69

on the Union meeting in Charleston 513
on the opinions of, concerning the

and the Globe

529
tariff

98 New York, delegates from, to the Balti-
concerning Gen. Jackson
133 more Convention -

387
and the editor of the Baltimore Re.

on the division of the State of, into
publican

193
electoral districts.

513
on Mr. Ritchie's comments upon the

Congressional representation of 556
report on the tariff by

194, 263 address to the National Republicans of 709
statements respecting the same 225, 257 National Gazette, on nullification 417,420, 424
the Petersburg Intelligencer on 328 N. Y. Courier & Enquirer, on the abuse
the editor on

of Chancellor Kent by

529
Mississippi Patriot, letters in, from Mr. N. Y. Advocate & Journal, letter in, re-
Poindexter

77, 292

specting Mr. Calhoun and Gen.
Moore, Hon. Gabriel, meeting in Alabama

Jackson

555
in approbation of the public con- North Carolina Constitutionalist, letter in,
duct of
80 on the subject of the tariff

641, 648
letter from one of the constituents of 3570. P. Q., letter of

94
Miscellaneous 103, 192, 237, 266, 283, 293, One thousand seven hundred and sixty-

417, 420, 421, 434, et seq., 448, 459, 463, nine, births of illustrious men in
480, 512, 535, 676, 677, 704, 708, 720,

675
820, 830, 864 Prentiss, Wm., letters of, on the Indian
Miller, Hon. Stephen D., speech of, on

rations fraud
the tariff,

112 President, the (See also Gen. Jackson.)
comparison of, in relation to the Rich- Privilege, breach of, proceedings in the
mond Enquirer

294 House of Representatives on a
speech of, on the proposed outfit for

committee in the case of

35
a minister to France

348
proceedings in

ib., et seg
Missouri question, Mr. Van Buren on the 229 card of Gov. Houston in respect to -

66
McDuffie, Hon. George, report by, on

further proceedings · 83, et seq., 99, 136
the U. S. Bank

246 Public lands, the, report of Mr. Clay upon 43
speeches of, on the tariff 481, 592

report of Mr. Wickliffe on

300
Milton, Col. John, candidate to represent

opinions of Mr. Van Buren on 871
Georgia in Congress

293 Patton, Hon. J. M., comments on the re-
Mason, Jeremiah, President of the U. S.

marks of, in the case of Governor
Branch Bank at Portsmouth, N.

Houston

67, 258
H., correspondence in relation to

remarks of

83
the case of
388 to 415 comments on the object of

193
Mexico, intelligence from
416 the Richmond Whig on

196
Mails, the, on
435 the editor on his remarks

257
Monroe, President, and Gen. Jackson 449 Pennsylvania, Mr. Van Buren in

70
correspondence between, in 1818, 796, et resolutions in the Legislature of, on

the tariff and Bank questions 418
on the conspiracy against the charac- Poindexter, Hon George, on the letter
ter of

826 of, to the Secretary of the Navy,
the editor on the

851, 858 in respect to the appointment of a
Mitchell, Mon. George E., death of 544 midshipman

70
Maine, National Republican Convention

meeting in approval of the public
in

556
conduct of

71
boundary line of

692 letters of, to the Secretary of the
Montgomery, Ala., celebration of the 4th

Navy
July at
619 the Vicksburg Advocate on

76
Massachusetts, National Republican Con-

letter from

77
vention in

897 meeting in Port Gibson concerning · 131
Navy, the, proceedings in the Senate on

communication respecting

134
the inadequacy of the pay of the

and his constituents

102
officers of

27 letter of, in the Mississippi Patriot 292
Navy, Secretary of the, correspondence

a correspondent, on the abuse of 532
of Mr. Poindexter with

73 on the vote for, as President pro tem.
Nullification, opinions expressed concern-

of the Senate

609
ing

on the case of Samuel Gwin
the National Gazette on

417 Plummer, Hon. F. E., on the statements of
dee Globe on

523)
the Globe respecting

71

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Pension bill, speech of Mr. C. C. John- Steam boilers, bill on the subject of, and
ston, of Va., on the

104 of steamboats

234 Stereotype edition of the laws. (See the
Polk, Hon. James K., report of, on the

Laws.)
apportionment bill

266 Smith, Thomas L., (Register of the Trea-
Presidential election, the Richmond Whig

sury,) letter of, to the Secretary
on the
521 of the Treasury

337
number of electors for the
687 South, the, Ireland and

353
time of holding the -

709 South Carolina, dinner to the Governor
Protective system, on the

524

of, at Augusta, Ga.
Philadelphia, meeting on the veto at 6141 and Georgia -

ib.
Jackson meeting in

617

address to the people of, by a ma-
on the great Irish meeting in 705

jority of her delegation:

683
Pitcher, Hon. N., renunciation of Jack-

proceedings in the Legislature of
676
Tennessee concerning

881
Powder-horn, inscription on an ancient - 689 assembly of the Legislature of
Portsmouth, (N. H., Herald, remarks on Senate, the, on the Presidency of
article in the

866 attacks on the independence of 617
Patchett, Gen., letter of
889 the President and

823
Pendleton, (s. C.,) Messenger, corres-
Supreme Court, on the

655
pondence of Gov. Hamilton and
Mr. Calhoun in

State Rights party in Colleton, S. C. 659
Richmond Enquirer, the, on the rejection

913 Stevenson, Hon. Andrew, (Speaker of the

House of Representatives,) union

68
on Mr. Van Buren

toast of

660
on Mr. McLane's report on the ta-

131, 161 Sprague, Hon. P., speech of, on the Maine
boundary question

695
comparison of Gov. Miller in rela-

194, 263 Simpson, Stephen, letter of Mr. Eaton to,

on the subject of W. H. Crawford 785
and Mr. Calhoun and the tariff

294 Shocco meeting, the, correspondence of,

339 with Judge Barbour and Mr. Van
on the Charlottesville Convention

385, 546
Buren

859, 860
417 State twins, the

865
459 Tariff, the, debate on, in the Senate
on the same subject

97, 98, 112
645 editorial comments on

161
648

report of the Secretary of the Trea-
818
sury on

166
and the Albany
Argus

197
825 speech of Mr. Benton on

• 207
852 statements concerning

225
bill reported by Mr Dickerson on

236
880 speech of Mr. Robbins on

238
remarks on Mr. McLane's report con-
cerning

257
remonstrances in Pennsylv'a against
196

the same
521 communication in the Telegraph on
817 the proposed reduction of

342
and the Richmond Enquirer 385
public meeting in New York on the
subject of

423, 424, 453
238 the Albany Arguson the adjustment of 433
674

speech of Mr. McDuffie on the 481
on a compromise of

514
824 on the ordering of the bill on, to a
third reading

515
13
votes on the

517
comments on

518
final vote on the passage of the bill

in the House of Representatives
5901
on-

519, 520
the Globe and

525, 552
679
Mr. Van Buren and

526
159, 265 the Globe and

530, et seq., 545
the Richmond Enquirer on

546
195
Harrisburg Chronicle on

553
anxiety of the friends of Mr. Yan
304)
Buren on the bill -

585

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342

and conciliation
and the Crawford party, in support

of Mr. Van Buren
letter of "Crito" in, on the veto
on the false Treasury estimates
letters of Col. John Taylor to the

editor of
and the new tariff
exposure of, by the N. Y. Courier &

Enquirer
Ritchie, Thomas

. (See Richmond En-
quirer.)
Richmond Whig, the, on Mr. Patton and

his resolution
on the Presidential election

on Judge Barbour's opinions
Revolutionary pensions bil

. (See Pen-
sions bill.)
Robbins, Hon. Asher, speech of, on the

tariff bill
Richmond, toast at a dinner at
Rowan, Hon. John, correspondence of D.

Green with
Stanbery, Hon. W., proceedings in Con-

gress on the assault upon
(See also Houston, and Breach of Pri-
opinion of

, on the Indian rations
question
Scott, Sir Walter

103
impaired health of
South America, intelligence from
"State rights" and Jeffersonian doc-

trines of '98”
Stearn boilers, report of Mr. Wickliffe on

the explosion of

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Tariff, the, and Georgia

587 Van Buren, Martin, arrival of, in New
Mr. McLane's project on, compared

York

552
with Mr. Hayne's -

609 anxiety of the friends of, on the new
views on

611
tariff bill

585
final passage of, in the Senate

625 Mr. Ritchie and the Crawford party
a North Carolina member of Con-

in N. C., in support of

645
gress on the subject of

641 remarks of, to Judge Rowan, on the
the new tariff

646 subject of the duty of Congress to
speech of Mr. Hayne on

661
the Executive

823
and the Richmond Enquirer

852 letter of Mr Carson concerning 832
Tipton, Hon. John, testimony of, in the

correspondence of, with the Shocco
case of Gen. Houston

138
meeting

861
Treasury, the, Secretary of, report of, on

in 1829

883
the tariff .

166 opinions of, on the public lands, &c. 871
false estimates of

818, 877 letter of, to his New York partizans 889
Tennessee, meeting in, in favor of Philip Vicksburg Advocate on the public con.
P. Barbour for the Vice Presidency 647 duct of Mr. Poindexter

76
on the election of U. S. Senator from 823 Virginia Times on the pretensions of Mr.
proceedings of the Legislature of 881

Van Buren

89
Taylor, Col. John, letters of, to Thomas

on the proceedings at Washington 203, 230
Ritchie

825

on the condition of the Southern
Telegraph, the, exposition of the princi-

States

317
ples of

866| Virginia, on internal improvements in 447
United States' Bank, the, on the proceed-

on the doctrines of

854
ings of the committee of investiga. Veto, the, on the Bank bill

555
tion into the affairs of

69 debate in the Senate on
report by Mr. Clayton, of the majori.

message of the President containing 569
ty of the committee on
175 meeting at Philadelphia on

614
report by Mr. McDuffie, of the mi.

the Harrisburg Chronicle on

616
nority of the committee
246 letter of « Crito" on

648
Mr. Cambreleng on the Bank report

665

speech of Mr. Clayton, of Del., on -
submitted by Mr. Clayton
287 speech of Mr. Clay on

714
report of Mr. Adams on the

358 Vice Presidency, the, Virginia and North
correspondence between Mr. Ingham,

Carolina on

611
Mr. Woodbury, Mr. Biddle, Mr. Wiscasset, proceedings on the charges
Cadwallader, Mr. Isaac Hill, Mr.

30

against the Collector of
J. Mason, &c., on the subject of West India trade, on the

32
the Braneh Bank, at Portsmouth, Woodbury, Hon. L. (See Secretary of
N. H.

388 the Navy.)
passage of the bill to recharter the 424/ Winchester Republican, specification by,
refusal of the House of Representa-

of the charges against Mr. Van
tives to lay the Senate bill on the

Buren

82
table

433 Webster, Hon. Daniel, report of, on the
notice of debate in the Senate on 437

apportionment of Representatives 151
in the House

441

speech of, in the Massachusetts Na-
speculations as to the course of the

tional Republican Convention

897
President in relation to 528, 545, 551/ Woollens bill, vote in the Senate in 1827
the veto on
555

194
debate in the House of Representa-

643
557, 559 on manufacturers and growers of wool 645
vote on the passage of the bill 560/ Wickliffe, Hon. Charles A., report of, on
debate in the Senate on the veto 564, 605

the public lands

300
on the subscription to the stock of . 641 report of, on the explosion of steam

304

boilers
on the alleged bribery of Mr. Wil-
son by

819

bill reported by, on the subject of
the Telegraph and Amos Kendall 873

steam vessels

307
Van Buren, Martin, the Nashville Banner

report of, on the Chickasaw reserva.
on the rejection of

33
tion

465
in Pennsylvania
70

857

on the position of
the Virginia Times on his pretensions
80 Walking stick, Congressional

417
charges against

82 Walsh, Robert. (See National Gazette.)
and the tariff

131 Western Review on the Baltimore Con-
on the Missouri question
229 vention

516
opinion of, on internal improvement,

Wilson, James, on the alleged bribery of,
&c.
354

819

by the U. $. Bank
and the Globe

419 Young Men's Convention. (See Conven.
opinions of, on the tariff

430, 5261

tion.)

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