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kee trick 384
Arbuthnot and Ambrister 25
-Arkansaw, the territory of 40

Army of the U.S. abstract of the
returns of, &c. 422
Asbury college 115
Astor, J. J. his claims in N. Y. 6
Atkinson, colonel 4164
..lustria—reperted attempt to
assassinate the emperor 270–
sce “Germany.”
B.
Bad times! 421
Balance of trade and a proforma
statement 15U; effects of it 161
Baltimore—St. Patrick's day at
105; inspections 142; society
for promoting domestic na-
nufactures 180; account of the
failure of the City bank, &c.
241—see “banks,” battle mo-
nument 272; the grand jury
of 311; list of, &c. 384; re-
specting the fever at 432,440
£ankruptcies—sec banks, de-
suitory remarks, &c. and 405
In ANKS.
Alabama, banks proposed in 405
Iłaltimore banks—failure of the
City bank, &c. 241, 258; pro-
clanation by the editor, 259;
other banks259; Philadelphia
paragraph and remarks 239;
comparative value of their
notes, 269; City bank paper,
273, 291, 340, 359, 421; re-
pute of the banks, 310,341;
certain refused at the land of-
fice, Jeffersonville, 359; terri-
ble report about 390
B. nk of the U. States—see con-
gress. Remarkson stockhold.
ers in congress, 1; prices of
its stock, 1, 55, 131,256, 257,
274, 289, 310, 321, 373, 495,

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ton, 210; his friends at Charles-
ton—alarmed, 390; law-case
in the supreme court, M*Cul-
loh vs. the state of “aryland,
noticed, l; at length, 68; pro-
ceedings in congress respect-
ing 5, yeas and nays 6; series
of essays on the decision of
thes, preme court 41,102, 14.5;
of the branches in Kentucky,
56,261,261; specie payments,
&c. 210; scraps and remarks,
131; submission of the treasury
of the U. S. 417; about taxing
it or preventingany new act of
incorporation, 132; banking
houses, 142, 159, office at Bal-
timore, various, 223, 238,321,
$58, restrictions and prose-
cutions, 145, 161, 179, 261;
how totame an elephant! 147;
“antiquities,”—extracts and
proceedings relative to the
old bank, curious, 162; cash-
ier and the president, 390;
office at Richmond 261, 405,
421; office at Savannah, 434;
list of stockholders, noticed

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upon 373
Delaware banks—Wilmington
and Brandywine " 132
Dividend, none declared 321
Equalization of exchange 274, 289
Exchange, “course of" 321
Figures'
General remarks on banks and
banking 242, 257, 289, 322, 373
Georgia banks Darien 131;
oath exacted at! 404; Augus-
tabridge 260
Illinois—great news for specu-
lators 208
Impudence unparalleled 404
Johnson, col. R. M. his refusal
to vote on the bank question
in congress 131
Kentucky banks, &c. effects of
the litter, 180, about suspend-
ing specie payments, meeting
at Frankfort, resolves, debts
due, &c. 260; bank of Kentuc-
ky, &c. 261; Ineeting at Wash-
ington, 274; convention of de-
legates of banks 292; meet-
ings of the people respecting
311, 421; Richmond bank,
311; Winchester bank, 359;
bankruptcy, recommended,
434; d.o.discountenanced 434;

421, 434; stock notes, 1; Mr.
Cheves mentioned, 1; elect-
ed president, 56; at Washing-

"Land privateering” or banking

the Independent banks 4:34

|Massachusetts banks

405 -

“Land office money”
i.aw case, (inaginary)
Legal tender, proposed! 179
Louisiana banks 160
Maryland banks—see Baltimore
above-state law respecting 359
321, 359
Missouri banks—of St. Louis,
w 208, 421
Money, care of it 360
New-Hampshire banks 321, 341
New-Jersey banks—Trenton 434
New-York banks Exchange
bank, 131; Jacob Barker's
291, 311, 373, 421; Hudson,
291; Merchants'--trial ofccr.
tain persons respecting its af.
fairs, 292: many said to stop
payment, S11, 321; Mecha-
nics’ bank, 311; Washington
and Warren, 311, 341; haw re-
specting banks, 321; Chenan-
go, 341, 373; of Plattsburg,
J59, 375; insolvents 360; On.
tario bank, 375, Cherry Wal-
ey 375 .
North-Carolina ...To
Fear 260; expected regula.
tion with the banks of Virgi-
nia, 322, 373, 390; oath ex-
acted : 339; 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,
260; Chillicothe, 390; F. and
M. of Cincinnati again fails!
421,434
Paper currency, remarks upon
114, 130, 179, 322, 357, 369
money, mentioned in par.
liament in 1801 421
Pennsylvania banks, 131; 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

132, 179

195

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Reduction of banks necessory 3:
Retiring banks - 132
reward in bank notes offered 131
Rogues in and rogues out
specie drawn from ohio, 256,
premium upon, 260, depar.
ture from the west 404
Stockholders to meet 3.
Swindling 322
Tennessee banks, noticed, 311;

129

stop payment, &c. 322, 341.

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Columbia river, journal of the
weather at 235; account of
expected $47
Comstock, Adam, dies 238
Connecticut—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 346
Congress, revolutionary, sur-

viving members of 400
congress.

Acts, a list of those passed 46

Alabama 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 95
Artillery, school for 61
Asylum for deaf and dumb, 96, 9.
Balances 64, 96
Bank U. States—various pro-
ceedings on Messrs. Johnson
and Trimbles' resolutions 5,6;
debate 94,05, 96; G. William's
memorial 6; documents ac-
companying the report of the
committee of investigation,
..continued from the last vo-
lume and concluded, 8 to 21;
Mr. Spencer's resolution 33,
61; the bill respecting proxies
33, 96; petitions against a re-
peal of the charter 60,67
Banks—of the balances in 27, 96
Barbour, Mr. 59, 93
Bounty lands 66
British vessels 57, 61,96
Cadets, respecting 61; proceed-
ings 6:
Capitol-the longitude of
Claims 96; remarks on 113
clay Mr. 64; thanks of the house
voted to him 98
Closed doors 61
Coasting trade 67, 96
Coins 22, 23, 57, 97, (report) 265
Collectors of the revenue 60, 96
Constitutional amendments pro-
posed, &c. 57, 61,96
Contingent fund 64
Controversies between states,
the bill for settling 57
Crimes against the U. S. 57, 58
Cumberland road 60, 64, 65, 66
Customs, officers of 96
Dearborn, Benjamin 66

De Kalb, the baron de 94
Tecrees, Berlin and Milan 67
Trawbacks, &c. 61
Duelling, relating to 58

Duties, amount of 57, 61; re-
specting 58, 59, 60, 97
Entries, false 61
fire engines, a bill respecting 60
Florida, 27, 33,61, 96, 97
Foreign coins see “coins” above
Foreign intercourse .3 54
Forsyth, Mr, 59

Franking 61,96
Gailliard, Mr. 97
Gun boats, nos. 149, and 154 58
Illinois 60, 98
Indian tribes 59, 96, 97
Invalid pensioners 98

Judges, enquiries respecting 67
Judiciary 61
Jurisdiction over military and
naval sites 59
Lancaster, Joseph 61
Lands, public, and land offices,
&c. 6, 13, 57, 58, 59, 60, 67, 97
Laws—see “laws.”
Light Louses beacons, &c, 98
Lowndes, Mr. 61
Mail—guards 59; to be carried in
steam boats 57, 60
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. 96
Michigan 57, 58
Military academy 58, 59, 61, 67
Militia 57
Mint, total coinage, &c 159
Mississippi, various, 58, 66
Missouri—various, 57, 58, 60,
67—about slavery in 67,97, 98
Navy and naval—rules and re-
gulations for 58; of naming
the vessels 60.95, 96, 98; sup.
port of 61; pension fund 97
Passenger ships 57, 96

Pensions 58, 98
Persons of color 58, 59,96
Pettibone, D. 97
Piracy 60, 96
Poindexter, Mr. 26
Post office establishment 96
Printing, public 61, 98

Public buildings

Report- on foreign coins, 22;
about balances in the state
banks 27, on weights and
measures 117; on roads and
canals 186; about coins 265

Roads and canals 61, 96; report
upon 186

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Roll of the members called 95
Salaries 59, 64, 66
Salt, duty on 62
Seamen 57, 97

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Slavery—see Missouri and Ar-
kansaw—and 95
Slaves, fugitives 64
Spencer, Mr. 33, 55, 61,94-
South American states 64
Steam carriages 66

Tallmadge, Mr.
Tennessee
i’onnage
Treasury department 57; docu-
ments accompanying the an-
nual report 167
Treaty with Spain 27, 33; with
the Chickasaws 61, 62
Washington—about a statue of
58, 59,66
Trimble’s resolu
95

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White--Mr.
tion respecting him,
Williams, George 6, 67
Wines, duty on 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 elec-
tion of electors, &c. 57; on a pen-
sion bill 58, on the bill for erect.
ing a statute of Washington 58,
respecting salaries 59; on dis.
charging the committee on the
Seminole war 59; respecting per-
sons of color 59; about roads 60,
respecting land titles in the dis-
trict of I)etroit, &c. 60; about sla.
very in Missouri, (senate) 60,
about the Seminole war 63; re.
specting the Cumberland road
|66; increase of salaries 66; reduc-
|tion of the army 67; about slavery
in Arkansaw 94, 95.
Contracts, the obligation of 269
– see “Law cases.”
Cotton--see British affairs, East
India, &c. price of 319, 320;
rot in 416
Counterfeiting—see “banks”
Court of Washington! 399
Cuba—reported cession 210,
237, 430,438; patriot prison-
ers at 270; arrivals and depar-
tures, at Havana 318; sickness
318; imports of flour 383
Cumberland road 24
D.
Date tree, naturalization of in
the U. S. 336
Declaration of Independence,
Binns' edition 21
Delaware—worthy act of the g’d
jury of Newcastle county 271
Denmark—loan negociated 140;
a sloop of war arrives at New
York 416
Desultory remarks, editorial 337
Dialogue about the scarcity of
cash 262
Diamond, a valuable one

112

Distance conquered by steam,
&c. 400

Domestic goods, specimens of
1.12; industry, see “National
Interests” and “labor;” ma-
nufactures, see “National In-
tercsts,” Hints on them 177;

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Vandamme, gen. 429 -- * .
Washington's birth day, st Paris 139 K one 319; Mr. Rufus 271
wellington, persons tried on his aetount 317 nife, extraordinary 296

G. I.
Gaines, gen. 40, 143, 176 Illinois–seat chose n for the ca-
Gamble, capt. U. S. navy 430 pital of the state 5.36
Georgia—university 112| Imitations, servile §§§
German, lieut. L, dies 176. Importations of the U.S. 181727

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strictures, &c. 98
Lamp, Williamson's patent 45
Lancaster, Joseph, noticed 149

*Land office money” 132, 179,
260, 399; system, interesting
remarks upon the 376
Land privateering 440
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;
respectin bribery 160;
breach .# a promise of mar-
riage 176; case of slander, a
woman vs, her husband, 176;

about the recovery of a debt
due by a bank [imaginary]
195; the Hercules, before
sir William Scott?36; 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 nete cut in .
two 360; crew of the Irresisti-
ble, for piracy 390,428; a cler-
gyman vs. avestryman 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 430
Lightning, effects of . 416
Literary studies of youth, essay
on 311; replication to 360; re-
tort and further remarks 423
Locusts, appearance of 298
Longevity, cases of 56, 144,384,
430, 437
Longitude, on ascertaining of 138
Louisiana—reselution of the le-
gislature requesting a naval
force 192; the mail to New
Orleans 298
Lyon marries a Lamb, and they
lie down together! 287
M.
MacGregor, gen. See “South
America.”
Mahometanism, embraced 142
Mail—guards, official report re-
specting 4; between Balti-
more and Philadelphia 78;
robbery and robbers 72, J 12,
144, 274, S46, 368; despatch
of the mails - 298
JMaine—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
'Manufactories shutting up 273
Marriages—singular 40, 238
Masonic election, in N. York! 271
JMaryland—acts of the legisla-
ture mentioned 6; brokers
143: Mr. Brackenridge's.
speech on religious toleration
in the house ofdelegates 226,
proposal to call the legisla-
ture because the people can-
not pay their debts! 261
JMossachusetts—acts of the le-
gislature 40; elections 142,
223; Sunday caucus 223; go-
overnor's message 262; return
of votes 271; state prison re-
port 288; regulation of dama-
ges on inland bills, not paid 319
Medical—sight restored 175
Meigs. Josiah —see “meteorolo-

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the navy and remarks 2:—
London paragraphs, &c. re-
specting 3; the Columbus 40,
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, John

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