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INDEX TO VOLUME XLVIII.

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Clayton, Mr. and his balloon 14, 337,

259 59, 60, 75, 104, 133, 151, 187, 219, 373,
General directions. For things happening in Great Britain, France, &c. or the several states, see their own

proper heads; in congress, see congress, &c.
A.
Benevolence, contests of

189

Calhoun, Mr. compliment to at Norfolk
Adams, the murderer 145, 187; hung 218 Bermuda-seisure of slaves 148, 185 62; and the people of Petersburg 74;-sce
Africa—the Caffers 43; ferocity of Afri. Boston-convent rioters 2-(see Catho-congress.

324 lics); house of industry 91; dividends of the Cambreleng, Mr. his report on French
African colonization-see Liberia. banks at 118; taking stock at 167; specu- relations 5; his controversy with Gales and
Agricultural productions of U.S. 308 lations 167; South Cove company 168; im- Seaton 27, 47—see congress.

Alabama-arrival at Mobile 42; Wetum-provements, &c. 169, 274; mechanics at Canals--prices of stocks in certain 59;
ka 187; elections

435 189; fires 202; transplanting of trees 203; weigh-locks 397; steamboats on the Che-
Albany-election 186; riot at 380 Fusileers at Baltimore 273; paupers al 291, sapeake and Ohio 2, 18. 89, 113, 129, 134,
Alps, description of

399 434; Bunker Hill monument 309; com- 135, 219, 241, 431; the New York 17, 18,
Alston, Mrs.

251 merce and revenue 362; Irish riots at 393; 113, 133, 162, 205; revenue 133, 362; of
American Institute 187, 342, 362; stocks bealth of 394; meeting at and the speeches Minois 18, 134; Portland and Louisville
in England
115, 220, 412 of Messrs. Fletcher and Sprague 465

397; the Mahoning 19, 90, 205; Alleghany
Anchors, large ones
114 Branch, gov. es. president Jackson 63

river 60; of Pennsylvania 62, 132, 133, 205,
Anti-slavery society--subscriptions for Brazil-insurrection at Para

61
234; refused fanuiel Hall 234; the British

379; Schuylkill nav. 135, 397; Sandy and
Breinen, emigration froin

189

Beaver 75, 113; Wabash and Erie 205;
314; remarks upon the proceedings of 419; Brent, Wm, in the case of Heard 34

Chesapeake and Delaware 76; Rhine and
see slavery, riots, &e.

Bristol whale ships

365

Danube 380; Codorus navigation 90; the
Annapolis-criminal cases at 184; the

British affairs.

Sosquehannah 90, (the law, &c.) 113, 135,
college at

292
Anthracite coal in steamboats 104.-see rican stocks 220; arrivals 277; anti-slavery the Schuylkill 133; the Miami 203; the Al-

American boundary 94; army 188; Ame- 151, 251; Harrisburgh 398; the Welland 133;
coal.
Appointments by the president 2, 115, society 314, 322; beer brewed 20; Brough-lantic and Pacific 339; collection of articles

238
161, 380—see various heads.

am, lord 45; bank of England 116, 189; concerning canals, interesting

bishops 201; Baring, A. made a lord or 220, Canada-climale at Quebec 132; debates
Arkansas-(see Red River)-antiquities 235; books, rare ones 236; ballot, the vote in the British commons 157; the “Montreal
in 162; for admission into the union 365

by 362; Boyne, the battle of! 436, 452; Gazelte" 163; improvements 204; lands
Army-regulations, &c. 154; orders 327 Cochrane, lord, his invention 43; church undermined 363;—see Canada, British af-
Arfwedson, Mr.

241 reform 45; Cobbett 61; bie successor 437; fairs.
Artificial stone

75, 148, 361 | Canada 117; compliments 117; curates Catholics--statistics 59, 277; Catholic
Assassinations, riote. &c.

434

325; coal mines 210; condemnations 219; “Sentinel” 78, 202; Ursuline convent 41,
Associations, religious

237 chancellors 236, 323; Coke, Mr. 237; China, 251; seminaries of learning 130, 204; supe-
Atlas, the comprehensive 185, 250 relations with 259; commerce 277; coinage rior's reply to Miss Read 59; remarke, &c.

Austria—the emperor dies 89; effects of 411; dissentars 131; Durham, lord 63; draw- 78; case of the Abbe de la Menais 186; the
his death 95, 96; anecdote of the new ein- ing room 130, 338; elections 3, 63; Eu-pope 186; holy inquisition, the murders of
peror 115; Maria Louisa 117; prince Met- phrales, &c. 45; expenditures 117; execu- 203; "Spaniards sent to heaven" 273, 290;
ternich 117; curious ceremonies 203; inde- iinns and condemnations 219; explosions nunnery at Georgetown 273; pew rents
pendent of Russia

449 274 395; exports and imports 377; enlist- 312; and the “Morning Herald” 322; a
B.

ments 436; families variously employed 43; convent in Micbigan 325; chapels in Eng-
Back, capt. arrives at Montreal, &c. 435 Fox, Charles 291; forgeries 312; foreign en land

365
Ballooning 60, 188—see names of persons.
listments 366; Grey, lord 203; Gill, sir R. Carriage manufactory

398
Ballol, the vote by

362 116; game laws 277; gold coinage 111; Cattle, valuable, imported 148; Mr.
Baltimore--supply of water 1; fires and Hume, Mr. 95; Ireland, horrid state of 61; Claypg

362
and attempts to fire at 1, 42, 58, 91, 113, 145, the tithe question 314; “limber laid upon

Ceylon, cinnamon fields

428
161, 188; steamboat Relief 2; public schools him" 325; exports of Waterford--and star-

Channing, Dr.

396
in 146; severe weather 2; "old Hagar"vation 436, 452, 453; the church bull 436, Charleston, the bank of 250; fire at 251
burnt 42; firemen's fancy ball 2; firemen's 452; Jordan, Mrs. 92, 116; Jersey, the coun-

-see slavery, &c. a great meeting at 446;
fund 202; improvement bill 21; mayor's less of 236; Jews 277; London and Green a man tarred and cottoned at

449
veto! 129; Baltimore convention-see con wich rail road 45; Londonderry, lord 117, Childers, Mr. of Lon.

311
vention.-Canton company 129, 145, 161, 240; Liverpool and Manchester rail way Chicago

187, 188, 234, 310, 365
168, 233; inspections 130; Merchant's bank 274; London, supply of water 325; ladies Circular saw

237
184, 218, 250, 310, 321; trade with the west admitted into the house of commons 452; Cholera at Marseilles 115; in the west
204; post office robbedt, by Jones 218; sales military and naval, officers in parliament 202, 219, 317; at Mayaville 254, 273, 290; at
of lands and houses 233; valuable arrivals 45; ministers 219, 313; museum 395; king's Madison 309; Buffalo 393, 436; at Gallatin
251; Mr. Marshall killed at 310; nomina- speech 93; manufactures 173, 314; money 410; at Russellville 436, 451; at Versailles
tions 321, 393; accidents and affrays at 325; market 314, 325; navy estimates 95; the 451; at Toulon

451
Bank of Maryland 393; meeting on the fai- nobility 162. 236, 338; negrnes 115; O'Con-

Church, contract for building a 394
lure of the mails 394; brick houses removed nel, Mr. 132, 313, 314, 322, 437; order in China-British relations with 259; popil-
394; riots-Oarrative of particulare 409, 412 | COUNCII 366; Peel, sir Robert 45, 93, 190, lation of

291
10 420 433, 441 to 444 191, 237, 274; princess Victoria 19,61; parli Cincinnati-markets, &c. 187; former
Bankruptcies, numerous

168 ainent, military & naval officers in 45; Lon-valne of the land 187; firemen's parade
Bank of the U. 9.-prices of stock 17, dan members 63; proceedings, interesting 202; trade, &c. 234; mayor's proclamation,
189; loans 18, 91; certain offices 146: slaté 89, 93, 94, 115, 239, 313; printing establish- &c.

402
of the bank 63, 128, 217, 233, 276, 153; the ment 277; Plutarch, the ship 366; queen, Clay, Mr. his report on our relations
old bank 168; extract froin the Globe” the 45.61 92, 130; Radamanthus steam Co with France 26; or his land bill 175, 176:
and remarks upon 217; winding up 233, gate 49; Russell, lord John 95, 117, 239,

complimented 237; his fine caille 362;
310, 410, 4:3; British lies concerning 362—4274, 313, 436; revenue 117, 277; statistie: *peech at Lexingion 368; on executive
see American stocks.

43, 276; Sugden, sir Edú rd 132, 236; patronage 458-ere congress.
Banks, the local, see the names of the slaves, the emancipated 115; Stanley, lord Clark, Mr. S. Clair
states; increase of 145, 372; comparative 203; slaves captured 436; Spain, troops en-
views of 430; small bank notes 73, 430; listed 436; tithes 277; tunnel coves in 452;
notes to be received 92; the deposite, con unstamped newspaper 452; Westminster Clerks at Washington
cerning specie in them 60, 430; various review 19; wrecks on the const 1 15; Wil Cleveland, O.
notices of

205 son, sir Robert 45; West Indies 115, 253, Coal, extended user of, and trade
Barry, W. T. his leller, and the reply of
Mr. Whittlesey 139; toasted by Mr. Bu British records, a copy lost 17; compli- mines of England 210, 396; strikes
chanan 145; appointed minister to Spainments to the U. States

117 Schuylkill-see Schuylkill; ashes
161 Brown, James, nf Log.

91

Cobbelt, Mr. his modesty
Battles, revolutionary

40 Buffalo-prireg at 187; trade of 205, 234; Coffee consumed in U. 8.
Bastile, the key of
310 the "Whig" 251; the Queen Charlotte ai

Cohens, the bankers
Bailey, John, dies
325 311: riota

440

Coin, spurious, exported
Beaver, caught in New York 189 Buchanan, Mr. affecting care of 183

Cold, an extensive collection
Belgium, uproar in

313 Burges, Mr. his panegyric ou Mr. Woh-concerning
Bell, Mr. of Ten. 217; his address in the sier

147

Colonization society 236–see
public 229; dinner to him at Nashville, Buenos Ayres

254

Coltman, C.L.
ioasts, &c. 263, 312; the speech 330

C.

Colombia
Benton, col. at Louisville 174; speech at “Cabinet,” reporta concerning 201 Columbia, Dist. the cities of
a dinaer given to him at St. Louis 462

Caldwell, Mr. of Lou.

203 Commerce of the U.S. the

3:23

5, 134, 234,

398
219
395
Kc.
393;

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398

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96,

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394,

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437

Compliments to the U. States of British Relations with France-various 1-see Crosby, Enoch, dies

325
manufacture

117 France, ante. Register of debates 4; re Cuba-resources of the island 430
Cuinels, the approaching
64 port-on the case of Mr. Poindexter 35- on Cumberland road

135
Congress.

irauds in the public lands 159; ou execu Corrency, the 29, 30, 73, 74; uların at
Acts passed, a list of 12; Adains, Mr.J. live patronage

265 New York

201
Q. 32, 38; on female passengers in the navy
Senate-Mr. Tyler chosen president and

D.
38; on the boundary of Ohio and Michigain his speech 19; debate on the fortification Dane, Nathan, a sketch of his life, &c. 39
67; adjournment refused 32; appropriation bill 52; speeches of Messrs. Webster, Cal-

Danforth spinner

256
bills 4, 30; message from the senate, Mr.houn, Leigh, Wright, Lynn, Southard, Darien, bank robbed

273
Cambreleng's molion, &c.

32 Clay, Buchanan, Preston, Cuthberi, King, Debale-France-Am. indemnity 162
Banks, the local 4; Barry, Mr. 7, 139;

of Alab. Poindexter, &c. on the bill from Delaware-bank of 189; whaling compa-
Barringer, Mr. 32; Benton, Mr. 5; in reply be bouse to amend the appropriation bill ny 189, 237; extra session of the legislature
to Mr. Clay concerning Indians 86; on ex-
52; on Messrs. Clay, Webster and Ben-

337
ecutive patronage 281; Beardsley, Mr. 50,
con on the Indian question 81; of Messrs. Debt of the U.S.

111
51; Bell, Mr. his valedictory to the house Briges, Polk, Pearce, Clayton, &c. on the Declaration of Independence, see Meck-
40; Binney, Mr. on the Michigan boundary election of printer to the house 105; oflenburg, and

321, 361
67; Brown, 0. 8. 28; Burd, Mr. on females Messrs. Chambers and Cambreleng con Democrals and federalists 74, 433; de-
on board of vessels of war
38 cerning the importation of locomotive en mocracy, "genuine"

186
Cambreleng, Mr. his report on foreign gines, &c. 110; of Messrs. Frelinghuysen, "Democratic Press"

321
relations 5; and the appropriation bill 30; Benton, King, Bibb, Black, Ewing, Hend Detroit, lands at

273
Clay, Mr. 4, 58; great speech on the rela- ricks, Buchanan, Clay, on the circuit court Diamond, in Virginia

148
tions with the Indians 81;on executive pa- system 125; of Messrs. Webster, Wrighi, Discriminating duties

185
tronage 458; close of the session, bills lost, Clay, Clayton, Buchanan, Bibb, Calhoun, Distances-on the Obio, &c. or places
&c. 1, 31, 32; circuit court systein 125, 128 Shepley, Tyler, King, &c. on the appoint-

251
Cumberland road 31; greai debale on 191; ment of a minister to England 177-181; Doctors of laws!

393
currency, the

of Messrs. Hendricks, Buchanan, Ewing,
5

Duzier, Mr. and his family

433
Debate in the senate on the amendment
Preston, Webster, Clay, King, &c. on ibe Dragoons, the

454
by the house of the fortification bill 52; on
Cumberland road 191; Mr. Calhoun's,(with Drowned, several persons

433
the Indian question (Mr. Clay's) 81; on the
the report), on executive patronage 265. Duck enclosed in a tree

379
election of a printer 104, 105; on the impor- Mr. Poindexter's 280; Mr. Benton's 281;

Duels

380
lation of locomotive engines, &c. free of Mr. Southard's 303; Mr. Calhoun's, with

E.
duty 110; on the circuit court systein 124;

an extract from Mr. Benton's report 303 to
on a minister to England 177; on the Cum-
308; of Messrs. Kane, Bibb, Shepley, 11•; in Chili

Earthquake at St. Thomas and Omoa

233, 239, 253
berland road 191; ou printing certain docu- White, Wright and Preston, 350 10 360;

East Indies--famine in 61; Cabul 237; po-
menis 204; on executive patronage 265, Mr. Wright, in cxplanation, and Mc. Ew- pulation of the British provinces

237
280, 303, 350 to 360, 373, 384, 458; Dela- ing 373; of Messrs. Webster, Grundy, Bu-

Editors rewarded

147
ware break water 4; District of Columbia, chanan and Clay 384 10 392; speech of

Ecclesiastical expenses 378, 450
debate in the senate on the state of the Mr. Clay 458-3ee the names of persons.
cities or

Egypt-the plague in 220, 254; Mocha
38 Sinking fund, report on 111; Stewart, Mr. capruired 238; 'skill of her ancient mecha-
Editors, on the employment of 12; Eve-

2
Taney, Mr. ); Tallmadge, Mr. 5; Tyler,

nics 277; the plague
rett, Mr. report on foreign relations 6; Ew-

361, 436, 451
ing, Mr. of Indiana assailed 11; statement,

Emigration 161, 380; westward 234, 238,
Mr.

19
&c. 20, 80; expunging resolution of Mr.

Velo power-to restrain the

398; return of certain to England 251; ai
19
Quebec 310; from Halifax

451
Benton 4; the vole thereon, &c. 5; execu-

U. S. bank- pelilions concerning pre-

England, bishop 403; & O'Connell, with
sented
five patronage, see debales, ante.

Waggaman, Mr. 58; Washington-city

an extract from the Boston Gazette
Fortification bill 1, 27, 30, debate in the debt 2; Webster, Mr. 5; speech on the ex-

English language-derivations 188
senate on the proposition of the house !o

Episcopal convention

450
amend the bill by appropriating three mil-punging resolutions 5; do. on deposites in
lions 52; French relations-Mr. Cambre-speech against the grant of three millions
ibe state banks 29, 214; White, Mr. bis trade upon

Erie, the lake-stale of, in April 162;

311
leng's report 5; Mr. Everett's do.
pro-

European statistics, various

240
ceedings 11; the commillee discharged, Mr. Benton 48; on Indian affairs 85; Wise,
do. 47; on the expunging resolutions of

Everest, Edward 2-see Leringlon; on
&c. 12; warm debate and unanimous pas. Mr.

the early life of Washington

406
sage of a resolution concerning

38, 49
12

249
Yeas and nays in the senate-On the bill

Evening Post
Gholson, Mr. 31; Gilmer, Mr. 31; Gor-

Evans, Oliver 250, 289; on steam wagons
don, Mr. 31; Hawes, Mr.

49
appropriating three millions ); on local

296
banks 4; election of a printer 4; a minister
Indian annuities 4; affairs, debate on, in
to G. Britain 4; on the expunging resolu-

Ewing, Mr. of Indiana

20, 80
the senate 81; Johnson, R. M. and the
tions 5; on Mr. Poindexter's case 37; on a in European countries 219; a law concern-

Executions-report on public 213; No. of
Louisville and Portland canal bill 28; John-
son, Mr. of Maryland, his speech on the proposition of the house to amend the ap- ing 226; 'see Lynch's law!

propria tion bill 54, 56; on the bill relating
49
io the circuit court system 125; on the ap-

Expunging resolutions 2—see congress.
Kent, Mr. his speech on a prop
amendment of the constitution

Executive power-extract from A. Ha-
e propriation for a minister to England 177 milton 41; see congress.
Lands, public 11; last night of the ses-

Yeas and nays in the house-on the Cum-
berland road

Expenditures of the U. S. for several

31
sion 30; Letcher, Mr. 32; Livingston's cor-

years

116
respondence 204; Louisville and Portland Convention, the Baltimore-proceedings Exports of the United States

220
canal 28; Loyall, Mr. on female passen in New York 39; noticed in Tennessee 58;

F.
gers in our ships of war 38; Lylle, Mr. 31, meels 207; names of the members and Fanatics, the 449; their expediente 450;

51 minutes of the proceedings, with the votes, see slavery, &c.
Mangum, Mr. on the instructions O.N. 234; skeiches of the debate 244: remarks of
&c. 227; remarks of the Richmond Eng.

378
Fayette 162; tbe vase

Federalists and dennocrats
C. 5; McKennon, Mr. 2; incesages of the
the "Baltimore Patriot" 248; notices 249,

189
president communicating the correspon 273; Mr. Van Buren's acceptance 257; Mr.

Fejee islands

236

Fish, a great haul of
dence between Mr. Livingston and Mr.

Johnson's

329 Fisk, Dr. a remark of
Forsyth, &c. 13; message of the senate to
Congress---Members elected from several "Floating population"

289
the house 56; mints, new ones established states 46 see congress.
58

Flour, prices of 186; imported 434; at
Connecticut-elections 90, 114, 130, 186; Halifax

451
Navy pay bill 37: debate upon female resolution in the legislature 219; proceed Flannels, American

398
passeugers

38 ings 250; militia law 291: a foreigner ar Florida-Appalachicola 60; 337; Mr.
Order, disputes about, last night of the pointed a judge 321; political changes 321 White re-elected 202, 310; Indians in 147;
gegsiou 31; Ohio and Michigan, speeches Consumption--the disease

219 public money expended in 219; products
of Messrs. Adams and Binney
67 Coolness!

60 of sugar,
&c.

451
Parker, Mr. 32; Pensioners of the U. S. Cornplanter still living

291 Foot races near N. Y.

149, 190
103; Peyton, Mr. 49; Porter, Mr. of Lou. Copper mine

17 Foreigners 161, 251, 289, 380-see pau-
eloquent extract from a speech of 104; pre Corton trade, rise of 92; received and on pers.
vious question 11; printer, election of a, hand at various places 312; sped oil 186; Fortification bill, the failure of the 27,
laid over !; to the senate elected 4, 18; de-a lot of sold at New York 396; a huge 47-see congress, &c.
bate 104, 105; Poindexter, Mr. his case !, cargo of 277; value

308 Forgery

238
33, 34--see Poinderter; his report on frauds Cotton, the rev. C.

450 Forsyth, Mr. a letter from 167; at Wash-
in public lands 159; on executive patronage Collon-wood tree

450 ington 290; letter to Mr. Livingston 320
280; post office 4; notices of the speeches Coge, Tencli, remarks on an essay by Fox, Charles

291
of Messrs. Ewing, Robertson, Southard him, 1802, 289; The essay, with an estimatrit

French affairs.
and Clayton 28; a letter of the P. M.G. value of manufactures

293 American indemnity, in relation to 1, 2,
presented 32; Mr. Johnson's (of Md.) Counterfeit half dollars

148 3, 5, 6, 7, 45, 47, 61, 89, 95, 116, 162, 163,
speech and the debate generally 49; the re Cow, murdered 148; "catcher" 452 165, 196, 220, 252, 255, 275, 308, 313, 318,
pull of it 51; Mr. Barry's letter 139; Porter, Crabs, persons killed by eating them 450 320, 339, 365, 366, 381, 437; remark of Na-
Mr. in reply to Mr. King, or Geo. 147 Crawford. Mr. in Paris

254 poleon concerning 219; Valaze's amend-
Quorum-on the last night of the kes Crawcours, the, at New York

60 ment of the bill 220; of Mr. Serrurier's sup-
sion

32
Crops, the

218, 337, 393 pressed nute 22, 200; news received in the

post office

74, 433

433

U. 8. and remark. 233, 234. (0-The pre-

J.

Liberty of the presg--debate in the Frenc
ceding gives a reference to all the speech Jackson, prezident, bis age 41; of his lei- chambeis

98
* and remarks, speculativos and facts, of ter to the rev. Mr. Gwivu 74,81; his health Lion, presented to gen. Jackeon, sold 9
Boo various a character to be individually 74; bis address 10 the Cherokees 88; re Livingston, Mr. correspondence of, &c
described.] Algiers 274, 452; Bordeaux, ponted order of 219; at the Rip Raps 325; 12, 23; see Frunce, &c. and 290, 318; lelle
duke of 433; bank of France 433; Ceres and luis Philadelphia toast 378; return to Washi to the duke de Broglie 318; do. to a Phila
d'Assas, at N York 42; conspiracies 436; inglon

433 delphia commillee 318; tu com, Elliot 327
cholera 451, 452: debi due Poland: 44; Du Jamaica-affairs at 236, 259, 363 to Mr. Thom 328; at Philadelphia 361, 353
paytren 75; Dupin, M. 196; Neuville, Hyde Javn-earthquake in

61 dinner at New York, and speech 36
de 3, 23; Eiba, anniversary of the return Jesuits, the order of

449 Libraries in Europe

241
from 203; iroa bridge 205; Lyons 61; ina Jews, in Englaud

277 Lion killed by a leopard

131
notactures 61, 173; ministry, changes in. Jingo tree

203 Leavenworth, cantunent, a letter from
&c. 95, 96. 116; press, liberty of 98, 100; Johnson, R. M. accepts his nomination

40.3
reward offered by the king 453; slavery

329 Lee, gen. Henry

37€
NI, 453; statistics 79; Talleyrand's retire Jones, William Gwynn

218, 410 Lexington, celebration of the battle of
ment 40; Tallien, Mad. 132; trials before Julrps, mint

365 151, 169; history of a powder born 170; Mr.
the peers 313, 339; West Indies 241, 453; Julius, Dr. of Hamburg

89 | Everell's address

235
Busce congress, Livingston, $c. fc.

K.

Lizard, embedded in a rock
Franklin, Dr.

311
Kanawha

77, 162, 236, 337 Locomotive engines, debate concerning
Frederick Herald

17 Kemble Fanny
311, 379, 395

110
Freights

63 Keudall, Amos
91, 145, 343 Lockport, N. Y.

451
G.
Kent, gov, his speech on tbe velo power Longevity, cases of

149
Germany-meeting of the diet 172; oni- 69; note appended

76
Loom, the power

451
versities 277; robbers in

277, 324 Kentucky--legislature adjourng-Mr. Louisiana--effects of the weather in 43;
Georgia-Horrid inurders in 18, 42; trea Bibb appointed a chancellor 17; iniportant laws against gambling 43; the city bank 63;
ty with the Cherokees 63; affairs of 273 acts passed 17; improvements in 75; the a stenographer appointed 114; banking ca.
Geological lectures

258 bank of 75, 410; the Northern bank 321, pital 145; governor's veto 174; Hampion's
Gas, cooking by 189; inflammable, dis 393; appointment hy the goveryor 114 sugar estates 189; Mr. Caldwell's enter-
covered

451 chancellor Bibb 146; the bank 189; Mr. prize 203; great improvements projected
Gamblers-see Mississippi, riots, &c. and Davis dies 292; movements to abolish sla- 203; appropriations

274
393, 401, 402, 441 | very 312; electioneering 337; elections 434 Louisville, markets 189; ferryage receiv-
Geologists, a question to

323 Kennedy, John P. and the Buckeye." ed al 309; price of lands 397; meeling at
Gibbon, bajor, dies
325 225; complimented

338

401, 402
Girl, wonderfully saved
379 Kidnapping-see slaves.

Lowell, some account of

324
*Globe,” the, extracts from 146; twist King, Dr. Adam

187 Lucknow, miracles at

189
ings of 204; remarks on 217; "in a scrape" Kosciusko

312, 399 Lynch's law" 402, 436, 439,440
334: on the indemnity bill 253; about the Knowles, Mr.

238 Lyon, shoemaking at

364
433
L.

M.
Gouverneur, Mr. P.M. N. York, 410, 444 Law cases---case of certain young thieves McKendree, bishop, dies

03
Graham, Mr. of N. C. on the public at Baltimore 17; judge Cranch's opinion in Madder, the cultivation of

235
lands
176 the case of major Heard 34; Mitchell and Madison, Mr.

399
Grain cut by horse power

205 'others vs. the Únited States, a great land Mail, failures of the 145, 394; rap. of 2112
Granite pillars

433
case 58; the secretary of war's construc Magruder, midshipman

325
Gregg, A. dies

235 tion of a law 65; what is a delivery of goods Malibran, madame
Gold for the bank of Kentucky 75; coin-76, 181; of Hurlick, ai Phila. 76; judge Mc-

3, 136
Maminoth, remaios of

431
ed 113, 232, 337; of the inines 188, 260; 451; Lean's opinion on the administration of an

Malleable iron

89
exported and imported 130; British coinage oath 147; writ de homine replegiando 181, Mail in Maryland and New Jersey 409
411; mines of Virginia

451 | 432; in case of a horse running away 181; Mariana, given up at New York, and
Gayarre, Mr. a publie dinner given in, or transportations 181; privileges of foreigo hung at Guadaloupe

206
and his speech

101
ministers 182; of murder on the high seas, Manufactures of the U.S.

308
N.

before judges Wayne and Lee 189; to be Maryland - the Mercbants bank 18_see
Hail storms

252, 325 supported out of an estale" 182; against Baltimore. Improvement bill 18, 21, 22;
Hamilton, A. an extract from, on execu the proprietors of a stage coach 182; dama some particulars of 41, 57; Snow Hill sur
tive power 31; bis statue at New York 265 ges against a lown 182; concerning ihe in- rerers 19; real estate bank 41; Carroll count
Hammering of stone

205 dians in Ohio 182; a policy of insurance ty 41; presentation of swords to gen, Tow-
Hammond, Charles

115 183; case of Mr. Buchanan, at Annapolis son and capt. Gallagher 45; one voted 10
Harvest, the

393 183; criminal cases 183; of slander 188; capt. Kennedy 46; legislature adjourns--
Harrison, gen. a candidate for the presi- landlord and tenant 189; in relation to sketch of some of its proceedings 57; of the
dency 311, 362; extract from one of his slaves 208; contracts for labor 208; on an loans 250, 339, 394; whig meeling in 63; au-
speeches

411 order for insurance 209; money obtained, cient executive message 100; paupers in
Hawes, Mr. the last of the cold tea case oi Drew 209, 262; drunkenness an ex Frederick co. 114; kidnapping in 114; trial
makers

311 cuse for crime 209; an artist guilty of coun- of cases removed to Annapolis 184; part-
Hat bodies
397 lerleiling 209; smuggling 218; of frauds on pers 251; lime and marl

409
Heat without fire

40 lbe pension law. 225; of certain seamen al Massachusells-public schools 19; of the
Health, public

337 | Boston 253; extraordinary case of ember- Ursuline convent 41; Mr. Everett nominal-
Hemans, Mrs. dies 314; some account of clement 262; opinion of judge Baldwin, in ed governor 41; temperance 60; shovel ma-

326 Drew's case 262; in a matter of religious nufactory 77; manufactory of malleable
Hendricks, Mr. passage from a circular belief 310; concerning bonds of indeninily iron 89; the legislature to meet 114; her

158 in cases of libel 311; righit of proprietors schools, and the cost of them 116; Bunker
Holland -the navy 220; Dutch ships ar of steamboats 316; presentation of bank Hill monument 187; the "old colony 188;
rived at N. York

450 checks 316; the heirs of Poultney, al N. 0. emigration of young women 202; “Foreta-
Holmes, John

76, 147 324; a newspaper thier 327; a breach of thers' rock”312; great manufactory at An-
Home, sir Everard
364 proinise 337, 363; mobocrats punisbed 341; herst 398; natural curiosity in

428
Hudson -a slide of the earth

322 maratime, arrears of wages 373; new sys Maine-omall notes, &c. 42, 73; the law
Hypocrisy

61 tem of jurisprudence 412; in the case of 262; water power at Bangor 63; the N. E.
I.
certain seamen

432 boundary 76; lumber prospects 89, 290;
Illinois-sale bank, &c. 18, 61, 362; of Lawrence, Richard, bis case 74, 113; his wild lands in 237, 290, 291; Mass. lands in
the castle in 378; Rock Fort
429 trial at length

119 273, 290, 291; speculators in lands 291; gen.
India rubber factories
254 Lawrence, the river, projected improve- king

433
Interior trade
113 ments on
204 Mar claim

265
Inventions-quicksilver vs. steam 43 Labor, free and slave 211; the ten hour Marshall, Mr. killed at Baltimore 310
Importacions, strange

434 system, &c. 249, 273; value of the products Marshall, judge, dies; honors to his me-
Taterior navigation
205 or

409 mory 321, 339, 364, 368, 393, 412; the N. Y.
Iron, products of mines
364 Lafayette 162; the vase

378 Evening Post 341; complimented 146; his
Irish in the United States, O'Connell's Language, Indian

336 letter to Mr. Cresson 162; his illnese 238
remarks on 323; see riots and

439
Lands, public-distribution of the pro Marble discovered

219, 251
Italy-of the pope 132; manufactures and ceeds 175; sold

365 Matter, great pressure of

119
commerce 261; Vesuvius
397 Lane, lieut. court of inquiry

80 Manufactures, progress of, &c. 57; Eng-
Incendiary publications-see slavery. Lakes, the-trade of 134; open 185; com lish and French

173
Indiana-education 148; of lands in 311; munications between

205 McLane, Louis

190
riors 365; state loan 411; electious 435 Laudanan

189 McKim, the Ann

233
Indian names 60; cession of lands 371; Lathrop's battle

451 McDuffie, Mr. at Hamburg

264
of the Creeks 234; Osages 39; the Chero Lacock, Mr. of Penn.

66 Meanness of an editor

321
kees 63, 87, 88, 317; in Massachusells 236; Leigh, Mr.-see Virginia,

Metallic pens

219
their lands 252; outrages 173, 187; in Ala Liberality, remarkable

254 Meteors, beatisul display of 149; reen at
bama 317; The Choclaws in Texas 317; the Liberia-slaves offered for 42, 60, 273, Bogota

190
Pawnces 408; the westera 406; emigraling 311; emigrants in 60, 234, 452; health of Merico-explosion in Zacatecas 115;

60 | 115; interesting particulars 21, 411, 452) condition of the country 116; another revo-

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N.

Jution in 149, 236, 274, 324, 342, 437; the 371; celebration at Corinth 379; proceed Politics, the business of an officeholder
priests 189, 314; Santa Anna's proclama- ings of a town meeting in

449

364
tion 274; Zacatecas 275, 342, 366, 437; ca Niagara, the falls

237
mal at the isthmus 339; the plan of Toluca

Portland, meeting at

454
Niles' Register, compliment to and pros-
342; captain Zanorio 363; confusion and pects of 58, 161, 162; the town of 130, 310

Printing establishment, in London 277
alarm in 363; interesting particulars

Purcelain, American

225
366 New Jersey-indictment or wreckers 114;
Mecklenburg declaration

Potatoes, early

89
277 meeting of officeholders 115; education in
Michigano-dispute with Ohio; see Ohio 148; tornado at New Brunswick 292; the

Potomac fisheries

309

Poindexter, Mr. see congress, and 19;
and Michigan; who shall be senators? 291; "democracy" of

337 statement of his case, with the correspon-
constitution of 245; lands and improvem'ls New Bedford whale ships

237 dence of Mr. Pierce and others 33; report
378; riot at 379; distances of places in 397 New Grenada-Santander's protest 260; in the senate on his communication 35; at

Mississippi and its waters 219, 241; tra- steamboals on the Magdalena 339; laws Philadelphia 41, 58; proceedings of the city
velling on, distances, &c.

241 against usury abolished 363; paying off her councils of Washington in respect to Coli-
Mississippi-the state, of a senator from debt

379 man 47, 158; report on his case 74; at Phi-
291, 339; nots at Vicksburg, &c. 363, 377, New Zealand

132, 339 ladelphia 74; leaves the city 115; his report
381, 401; at Rodney 397; proclamation or Nine, the figure 9

4:28 on the public lands 159; at Lexington 339,
the governor, conspiracies and acts of vin Norfolk-lumber

380 368; bis speech at

420 to 428
lence, Murrel

403, 404 North eastern boundary
Missouri -Fire at St. Lonis 130; steam-

76, 119, 371

Poland-M. Isambert's remarks
Nova Scotia

238
boats 250; Marion college 251; Santa Fe

Post office department 4, 28; abuses or

North Carolina-opinion concerning the franking 161; notice from the P.M.G. 162;
traders 337; elections

435 public land 176; of a convention in 250; statistics 216; liabilities 313; P. M. at Old
Militia, ridiculed
Mint--a director appointed

234 Mecklenburg celebration, with the loasts, Point Comfort 235; debates concernmg 28,

321 letters, &c. 277 to 280; state convention 49; case of the P. M. at Gleno's falls 60;
Money restored 61; interest on 233 345, 371; elections

410, 435 letter from Mr. Barry and the answer or
Mobile, meeting at

401
0.

Mr. Whiltlesey 139; organization of 343;

O'Connell's speech and remarks 314, 322 decision respecting a seal 379; advertise-
National calendar

132 Officeholders, famished sets of 190 ment 435; Mr. Kendall and Mr. Gouver-
Naturalization, the abuse of 206 Officers, queer cases of

252 neur's correspondence and remarks 447,
Nassau, (New Providence), seizure of Ohio-the state of the banks 42; the no- 448; a P. M. opens a love letter 451; see
slaves at

44 bank party in 145; celebration at Cincinnati congress.
Natural curiosity
429 | 154; lax on property in 219; a bridge over

Porlo Rico 78; free and slave labor 211
Naval force or different powers 44 the river 291, 309; governor's message and

Portugal-marriage contract of the queen
Navy and naval-the Constitution 2, 18, various other papers 299 to 303; a storm in with the duke de Leuchtenberg 46; of his
42, 274, 290, 450; building of vessels 18; 365; political niovements 395; product of conduct. 117; coin found in the cathedral
list of promotions 41; the Peacock 147; the canals

397 237; affairs of 95; the chambers 117; of the
capt. Read 147, 309, 361; death of capt. Osages-a treaty with

39 queen's second marriage

366
Henly 251; the North Carolina 311; the Ohio and Michigan, and the boundary Powder shipped in steamboats

254
the Pennsylvania compared with the Mah-dispute, various 43; report in congress with Press, beauties of the

19, 186
inoud 313; gradual increase of 323; mid- the speeches of Messrs. Adams and Binney Poughkeepsie-population of

412
shipmen passed 326; capt. Elliot compli- 67; Messrs. Rush and Howard, com. 75; re Pound sterling

433
mented 327; bis quarrel with zen. Towson ports and facts concerning the proceedings Prosperily, manufacturing

57
434; the Falmouth 393; the Independence had 75, 91, 118, 131, 150, 161, 166, 187,201, Products of the U.S. value of 409

396 252, 276, 299, 10 303, 328, 370, 383 400, 433, Property, great speculations in 167, 169
Neuville, Hyde de
3
450 Prussia-system of education

98
New Orleans, population, &c. 89; speech

Ornamental trees

172
Publie executions

213
of Mr. Gayarre 101; cost of the city watch,

Oswego, trade of and ship channel 432
&c. 115; the Planters' Hotel 219; scaven-

P.

Quaker, revolutionary anecdote or a 380
gers 380; interments at 393; paper mill at

Palm leaf hals
204 Quadruple treaty

339
397; meetings at 401; trade of
451 Pampas of South America
399 Quadrant, a newly invented

398
Newark N. J. statistics of 261, 291; great

Paper, a large sheel of
91 Quebec-einigrants

310
fire at
Parrish, Dr. his examination concerning Quicksilver us, steam

43
New York, (city)-of a supply of water

J. Randolph

407
for 17, 59; C. H. Hall 19; election, &c. 114,
Paterson, N. J. 291; of the listrike" at 450 Race, a font

150
130; riols 41, 289; a storin at 148; ship letters
Paupers, foreign 43, 61, 91, 114, 434; sent Ralston, Gerard, on steamboats and care

431
received at 42; packets 60; the Crawcours !lome from Boston 61; in Washington coun-

291 Rail roads--general remarks upou 129;
60; speculations 168, 218, 232, 339, 450; ty 251; landed at Boston
slave vessel fitted at 60; imports and ex-

Passports, formula of

104 Baltimore and Washington 17,61, 133, 202,
ports 64; duties and value of goods 115,

Pens, metallic

219 308, 337, 361, 397, 449; Wilmington and
432; sales at auction 75; scene in the com: about her political quarrels, &c. 20, 21, 42, and Greenwich 45; New York to Butfalo

Pennsylvania--collections of articles Susquehamah 42, 89, 134; 309; London
tron council 78; Courier and Enquirer 91; 65, 74, 114, 129, 137, 147, 190, 201, 249, 257, 59, 89; Frankfort and Lexington 60; of
of a supply of water 114; the trades's no. 273, 291, 311, 344, '378, 393, 436 stale of Pennsylvanin 62, 74;,across New Jersey
of fuel 187, 277; fires 187, 203, 234, 251, 338, education in 58; loans required 90; of in- 63; Baltimore, and Ohio 74, 89, 113, 129,
410, 436, 450; debt and probable wants 218; ternal improvement 62, 90, 135, 379; the 132, 134, 135, 184, 204, 218, 250, 252, 321,
"reforms" 219; a "great operator" in 234; shool law 64; Mr. Lacock's speech 66; the 325; locomotive engines 77, 133, 397;' from
hydraulic dock 237; fall of stocks 233; ferry coal trede-see coal; yeas and nays on Maine to Canada 90, 134; passengers tra-
bonts 238; the American 253; arrivals 277; Susquehannah canal 90; a law concerning velling on 114, 132, 133, 134, 135, 204, 205,
Irish in 229; the Sabbath 315; 2 Peepina 114; legislature adjourns 130; "sold to the Columnbia 132, 134, 185; Norfolk

133, the
education 114; fracas in the house of rep. 301, 398; Camdeni and Amboy 131, 202;
Tom” at 323; Dr. McCaffrey killed 325; English!" 145; act concerning banks 158; Erie 132, 134; Richmond 134; in Cuba 133:
in stocks 3.38, 410; -mobocrats": 341; insti- taking stock 167; resolution upon the pub- Charleston and Hamburg 133; 10 Harper's
tute 342, 362; meeting of mechanics 380; icland. 175;. loans 189; case of F. Murray Ferry 134, 135; to the Alleglany river 134;
the banks 410; granite pillars al 433; the 148; Mr. Muhlenberg accepts the Lewis- Mad river and Lake Erie 135; Danville and
new custom house 438; great importations town nomination 201; revenue from canals Pollsville 135; New Orleans and Nashville
450; erggggling

379; house of refuge
450

212 135, 321; Lexington and Frankfort 135;
Peaches

60, 218 Pontebartrain 397; Baltimore_and Port
New York (state)-outrage on Mrs. Ty Penitentiary system in the U. S. 173 Deposite 185; Long Island 204; Providence
ler 18, 92; Williams' Register, 18; Sche Pensions, report of the commissioners, 313, 397; bull fights a locomotive! 204; the
nectady 42: taxable property in 59; specula- and number in the several states 102; (rauds Callawissa 205; Hudson and Berkshire 205;
lions 218, 396; the Hudson river 63; banks

225 Hudson and Erie 205; collection of articlrg
64, 73; delegates to the Baltimore conven Philadelphia-nest of gamblers and for concerning 2:38, on steanboats and wa-
tjon 114; Lake Champlain opens 148; law gers at 17; the alms house 17; or its prox- gour, by 0. Evans 289, 296; rail road acci-
about bank notes 158; Lake Erie, 162; pro-inity to Baltimore 113; fires 187,251; house dents 338, 364; Boston and Worcesler 372;
ceeds of the public lands 175; Hudson river of refuge, aci concerning 212; ship building Portland and Quebec 396; Havre to Paris
185; legislature adjourns 187; speculations at 219; porcelain factory 227; lands and 397; Philadelphia and Trenton 398; the
202; slale prison for females 211; aet con- lois 252; Mr. Swaim 252; fuel 277; Mr. Liverpool 398; cow-catcher ou

452
cerning the Erie canal 211; revenue of the Stewart and the riots 338; valuation of the Rain-, powerful

292
canals 212, 219, 252; clergymnen 212; altor-city and county 405; meeting at

456 Randolpli, John, and his will, &c. 338,
neys 212; inilitia 212; legislature rises, &c. Perjury, cases at Annapolis 184361, 382; last momenls of

407
212; report on public executions 213; the Peru-revolution in

274 Repentence, nove in the grave! 436
Paw 226; a law concerning promissory notes Persia-affairs of

314 Red river, the raft
226; statistics 235; Holland Land company

90, 323
Pilgrims to Jerusalem, &c.

188 Read, capt.-re naval.
237; "floating population" 289; of the cen Pittsburgh 132, 364; “Yankee notions" at Religious associations 237; sects in the
sus of 396; Chenango canal loan 411 146; trade of 218; population 310; the canals world

378
New Hampshire-political complexion of 364; St. Clare's nonnery

429 Revolutionary battles, chronology of 40
the legislature 61; legislature meets 252 Pirates executed-Spaniards "ascending Rhine and Danube

380
nomination for governor 310; advice to to heaven!'' 273; De Solo pardoned

Rhode Island--the election 129; the le-
Tennessee 322; ibe northern frontier of

Plantou, Dr.

364 | gislature 186; scoator elected 202; the cot-

433

R.

435

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