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WEEKLY REGISTER,

CONTAINING

POLITICAL, HISTORICAL, GEOGRAPHICAL, SCIENTIFICAL, STATISTICAL,

ECONOMICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL

DOCUMENTS, ESSAYS AND FACTS,

TOGETHER WITII

NOTICES OF THE ARTS AND MANUFACTURES,

AND A

RECORD OF THE EVENTS OF THE TIMES.

H. NILES, EDITOR.

THE PAST-THE PRESENT-FOR THE FUTURE.

FROM MARCH, 1832, 'TO SEPTEMBER, 1832—VOL. XLII, OR,

VOLUME VI.-FOURTH SERIES.

Baltimore:

PRINTED BY THE EDITOR,
AT THE FRANKLIN PRESS, WATER-STREET, EAST OF SOUTH-STREET.

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298, 323

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OCPA reference to the items under the editorial head, will facilitate the finding of many things.
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Clayton, John M. of Delaware, 113; sed
Adams, Thomas B.

82 Hereford, marquis of
Adams, John Q. 86, 225; tariff report Ireland-evasion of tithes 23; wretched Ciergy, meeting of, in Philadelphia 230
232, 247; see congress.

condition of 81, 113, 186; cholera in 154; Coal, supply, &c. 80, 423; experiments
Advocate, the N. Y.
21 see cholera; resurrectionists in 22; mur with

82
Advertising in N. York & England, 111 ders committed in

201 Colonization of colored persons
Africa--the Niger

370, 439
King, the

284, 299, 422
Colombia-agitation of

439
Alabaina-forgery in

209 Melntosh, sir James 355; mob at Man Colonial trade, concerning the 147; see
Almanac, Ames, for 1767
324 chester 33; ministry

West India trade.
American money 122; goods, sale of 21; Navy

94 Commerce of the U.S.see congress
commission to England

Order in parliament

320 and editorial; imports and exports of 1831
Ancient Mosaic
Palaces and poor houses, &c. 1, 125;

283
Anderson, the singer

82 poor rates 154; peers 112, 338; privileges Congress, new apportionment of repre-
Anti-masonic conv. in N. York 322, 338 152; affairs of Portugal

454

sentatives in 21, 225, 284; see congress.
Appointments by the president 151, 201, Queen

94, 451
387,403, 426 Reform 22, 23, 33, 94, 112, 125, 154, 201,

Congress.
Apportionment of members of congress; 225, 230, 284, 298, 338,

355, 389, 391, 454; Mr. 27, 32, 36, 70, 71, 72, 86, 133, 156, 157,

Acts, passed at the session 383; Adams,
see congress and

21, 225, 284 revenue 22, 154; Russia, mission to 440, 180, 187, 220, 221, 224, 240, 244, 247, 279,
Archer, Mr. of Va.
80 | 453; rioters executed 33; rumors 33; rela- 280, 292, 309, 327, 334, 335,

349, 350, 362,
Army of the U. 8. general order 319; tions with Spain
cholera in
372, 390, 402, 423 Slavery 388, 440, 453; slave trade 23; se- 379, 380; compliments to 70; notices

of
Arnold, Thos. D. card of 210; attempted cretary of war 33; Seotch reform bill 3 his remarks of 293; refuses to vote' 364

87; lariff report 232, 247; do. bills 100, 244;
assassination of 211; see congress,

sir Walter Scott
"Argus,” the Albany

324
Tythe system 125, 152, 355, 454; treaty 344, 360, 363, 379; Aisquith, W. E. 175;

adjournment 187, 240, 295, 296, 335, 336,
Assaults on members of congress 211, of alliance
259; see congress.

Wages, 124; Washington'centennial ce-

Alabama 25, 186, 293, 307; Alexander, Mr.
Attorney general, U.S. opinion of 445 lebration in London 94; Wellington the 36, 97, 309, aliens 21; Allan, Mr. 69, 72,
Austria-affairs in Italy 33, 125, 230; duke of

284, 298, 389, 391, 403 97, 133, 279, 280, 292; alphabetical state-
policy towards Belgium

231
с

ment of duties 84, 127; American state pa-
Canals-Louisville and Portland 82;/ pers 31; amendments of the constitution-
Baker, Mosely

209 Ohio 300; Chesapeake and Ohio 82; dit Mr. Root's proposition 31; Anderson, Mr.
Baltimore-new article of commerce 81; | ficulty with the rail road 419, 441/ 27, 32, 86, 98; Angel, Mr. 280; apportion-
ship building 299; "clippers” 299, 402;
Wheeling transportation com. 83; hatters 373; another correspondence with gen. 70, '11, 12, 84, 85, 96, 97,

98, 117, 119, 120,
Calhoun, J. C. invited to attend a' fete ment bill 25, 26, 34, 83, 85, 156, 187, 188,
in 23; munificence of a citizen of 11; Jackson 387; certain opinions of 418, en 126, 127, 128, 155, 156, 186, 187, 188, 208
Chronicle 87; type foundery 265; fires 372; tract from his speech in 1816
health of 402; the cholera 418; see cholera. Cambreleng, Mr. his tonnage calcula- | 239, 240, 242; appeal from speaker's deci-
Balasote-hurricane at
231 tions 75, 400, 423; agent of the bank, &c.

sion 220, see speaker; appointments and
“Banner of the Constitution" 436 | 288; about the tariff

268, 400

removals 85; Appleton, Mr. 244, 279, 349;
Bank notes, supposed loss on 111

Canada-excitement in 22; distresses, Archer, Mr. 27, 69, 70, 71, 97, 120, 133,
Bank, U. s.-see congress and editorial emigration, &c. 283, 301, 403; cholera ai 158, 159, 187, 219, 220, 221, 222, 296, 350
--and 76, 77, 150, 185, 198, 209, 273, 417; Quebec, Montreal, &c. 301, 3:22; see cho- ardent spirits 85; Arkansas territory 25,27,
the bill 289; the veto 365; Mr. Clay's speech lera.

278, 296; armories and arms 34; army 25, 72,
429; editor's opinions 433; Portsmouth Carey, Mathew, circular of 110; remarks 34, 156, 242, 280, 379; Arnold, Mr. 32, 35,
branch 273, 289, 314; D. Green's loan, &c. on do. 110; his tariff proposition 226; tri- 37, 77, 98, 132, 172, 180, 223; Ashley, Mr.
300; Mr. Cambreleng's additional queries bute of respect to

317

97, 157, 179, 208, 295; auditor, second 71,
313; Mr. Ingham's address

315
Carpets, manufacture of
91

31

186, 187; Austrian wines
Banks--new charters for, in Pennsylva Carroll, Charles, of Carrollton 238, 404 Bail, in cases of seizure 85, 86; balano
nia 19; Macon bank

438 China--differences with England 217; ces unexpended 98; banks--of North
Barbadoes-hurricane at
83 fire at Canton

217 America 25; Farmers and Mechanics of In-
Barbour, P. P. 122, 283, 303, 322, 339, Cholera morbus—see names of places diana 206; of Wooster, Ohio 239; state
406; see congress and vice president. and 1, 81, 200; ravages of in Europe 303; banks 362; relative to United States bank

Belgium, differences with Holland 1, 23, Washington, D.C. 437; among U. s. troops 25, 27, 30, 31, 32, 34, 35, 36, 37, 85, 96, 120,
33, 94, 112, 201, 231; see Holland; Leopold, 372, 390, 402; in Michigan 372; in Baltimore 156, 187, 188, 207, 219, 224, 239, 241, 242,
establishes a drum-head court 125; of his 418, 433, 449, 451; at Quebec and Mon- 278, 279, 293, 294, 313, 348, 350, 351, 352,
marriage

'94, 355 treal, &c. 301, 302, 322, 337, 354, 371, 422, 410; the veto 361, 365; debate in the senate
Benton, T. H.283, 298, 300; see congress. 423, 424; in Virginia 405, 422; in London 378; loans to members of congress 293;
Bibb, George M.

263 and Paris 303; see British and French af-Whitney's memorial 309; abstract of do-
Black sea-trade of

152 fairs; among the colored population 419; in cuments 313; yeas and pays 294, 296, 352,
Bond, Shadrach, dies

201 Philadelphia 371, 404, 421, 438, 449; at Al-| 379; bankrupt system 99; Barbour, Mr.31,
Booth, the tragedian

190 bany 302, 354, 371, 369, 464, 421, 438, 451; 70, 208, 221, 224, 242, 247, 352; Barringer,
Boston-sale of Am. goods at 21; do. of in New York, &c. 337, 338, 353, 371, 389, Mr. 27, 71, 97, 221, 224, 243; Barstow, Mr.
wool 21; ancient artillery 320; Statesman 404, 421, 433, 438, 449, 451; miscellaneous 35; Bates, Mr. of Maine 70, 161, 162, 243,
112; cholera 337; see cholera; fires 373; notices 390, 405, 422, 438, 451, 452; mode 279; Bates, Mr. of Massachusetts 69, 72,
coal received at
389 of treatment

439 86, 97, 133, 159, 171, 173, 239, 240, 325,
Branch, John 1; correspondence 114,262 Chloride of lime

200 396; Beardsley, Mr. 32, 35, 37, 11, 86, 131,
Breckenridge, H. M.

Chlorine, antidote for poisons 82 159, 178, 208, 350; Bell, Mr. of Tennessee
Bredin, judge

406 Clay, Webster and Everett, refutation 32, 35, 85, 86, 97, 98, 120, 208, 240, 243, 280,
British affairs.
of a charge against

155 295; Bell, Mr. of New Hampshire 34;
Army, the 423; Albans the duchess of Clay, Henry-see congress; noticed 1; Benton, Mr. 25, 26, 68, 69, 84, 96, 119,

320 tariff speech 2; appendix to 17; errata in 127, 156, 207, 239, 242, 278, 279, 292, 300,
Burking 22; bullion exported 33; By- speech 19; at Annapalis 22; tariff project 330, 345, debate with Mr. Clay 380; Bibb,
ron's works 23; Belgic treaty 33 89; speech on the bank 429 to 432; of his Mr. 25, 26, 68, 69, 84, J19, 155, 242, 278,

Cholera-1, 23, 33,94, 113, 125, 154,201, public lands' report 122; the report 163; 329; biennial register 156, 187; Blake, Lu-
230, 231, 299, 355, 403,422, 453; creation of charge against 154; presented with a hat ther's affidavit 159; Blair, Mr. of South
peers 201; see ministers; criminals and 230; do. penknife 230; with a walking cane Carolina 27,35, 98,333; Blair, Mr. or Ten-
paupers 320; Chelsea pensioners 391 387; declines a public dinner 387; leaves nessee 97, 177, 220, 240; Boon, Mr. 36, 37,
Debt of 81; distress, &c.
23 Washington

389 1:20, 160, 177, 179, 223; Bouldin, Mr. 98,
Emigration

113, 125, 155 Clayton, A. S. notc of 209; dinner 19 244, 279, 311, 327; Branch, Mr. 27, 30, 71;
Famuy aggrandizement
126 | 419; see congress.

brevet rank 280; Briggs, Mr. 86, 98; Bri-

117

316

tish documents--printing of certain 26, 96, tionment bill 239; disorderly debate rela/34, 83, 84, 85, 95, 119, 126, 127, 155, 187,
118, memorial 97; Brook, F. T. 26; Brown tive to Mr. Stanberry 364; ont he internal 207, 278, 328, 346, 358; lobby members,
Mr. 96, 186; Buckner, Mr. 34, 84, 85, 96, improvement bill 240, 328, 349; on the ap- his remarks about 381; Hayward, E. com-
119, 127, 128, 155, 171, 179, 181, 242, 278, propriations for Indian treaties 240; on the missioner of the land office 72; Heister,
308; Bullion 65, 208; Bullard, Mr. 70, 72, power of the supreme court 243, 295; on Mr. 240; Hendricks, Mr. 25, 26, 34, 69, 84,
97, 120, 156, 173, 326, his speech on the ta- the presentation of Mr. Adams'taritf pro- 85, 96, 238; Hill, Mr. 77, 156, 293, histori-
rité

' 456; Burd, Mr. 35, 97, 128, 133, 172, ject 247; on the tariff generally 325 to 328, cal docuinents, of the printing of 10; Hoff-
175, 220; Burges, Mr. 32, 34, 35, 98, 131, 330 to 332, 334, 347, 318, 357 to 360; on re- man, Mr. 280; Hogan, Mr. 37; home ma-

180, 208, 219, 221, 223, 300, 326 ference of the bill for the distribution of nufactures and productions 31; Holmes,
Calais, Me. 244; Calhoun, J. C. 301, see the public lands 206; on the report on do. Mr. 25, 34, 69, 77, 84, 85, 95, 96, 99, 118,
vice president; Cambreleng, Mr. 27, 31, 35, from the committee on manufactures 308, 119, 127, 155, 187, 207, 219, 238, 239, 242,
36, 70, 187, 220; canals--projec:ed, &c. in 330, 344, 345, 346, 347; on the Virginia 329; Horn, Mr. 31, 187, 279, 280, 309; hour
Florida 31, 86, 126; in Illinois 128; Louis- claims 308; on Whitney's memorial 309; of meeting 85, 132, 279; Houston's trial
ville and Portland 238, 278; Chesapeake on postponing the bank bill, &c. 350, 351: 128, 132, 133, 134, 156, 157, 158, 159, 160,
and Ohio 157, 240, 380; in Missouri 85; on subscribing for Gales and Seaton's con- 163, 171, 173, 176, 171, 179, 187, 188, 208,
Ohio 155; Alexandria 208, 240, 242, 295; gressional debates 309; on the improve-219, 220, 221, 292; alleged fraud 352, 376;
Mississippi 243; cannon and shot 27; Car-ment of Cumberland river 328; on the re- protest 221; reprimand 2:22; Howard, Mr.
son, Mr. 26, 27, 31, 69, 70, 97, 120, 132, 220, solution appointing a day of fasting, &c. 37, 69, 72, 97, 120, 311, 350; Howe, Dr.
240, 279, 326, 350; Carr, Mr. 32, 98, 280; 344, 350, 362; on the veto on the bank bill Samuel G. 156; Hubbard, Mr. 36, 98, 133;
Carter, Parish 343; Census, distribution of 361; on the amendments to the tariff bill bumiliation and prayer, a day of 329, 330;
the 31, see apportionment bill; chair, ap- by the committee of conference 370; debe Huntington, Mr. 27, 30, 86, 173, 208, 219,
peals from the decision of 335, 362, see ors, insolvent 72, 86, 307; Decatur, Susan 220,280; Hunt, Mr. 86; decease of 219, 224
speaker; challenge, to Mr. Cook 222; 27, 31, 32, 35, 71; defence of the frontier funeral honors to 224; Huron territory 279
Chambers, Mr. 34, 85, 126, 127, 155, 186, 242; Delaware breakwater 69, 1:20; Denny, Ihrie, Mr. 174; Illinois, grant of land to
187, 241, 242, 295; Cherokee missionaries Mr. 31, 70, 133; Denmark, instructions to 68; of a canal in 128; Indian title to lands
32; Cbicago 31; Chickasaw treaty 69, 280; charge d'affaires 221, 239; Dickson, Mr. in 208; Iinports and tonnage-concerning
cholera, the 311, 312, 350, 364, see fasting 31, 35, 97, 98, 118, 131, 161, 219, 222; Dic- duties on 32, 207; do. to British European
and prayer; Clay, Mr. of Kentucky 25, 26, kerson, Mr. 34, 69, 84, 85, 95, 96, 118, 126, possessions 96, 127; imports and exports
34, 68, 69, 83, 84, 85, 95, 96, 99, 118, 119, 127, 156, 186, 204, 206, 207, 238, 294, 306; 242; Indian affairs, of a commissioner of
126, 126, 127, 155, 174, 166, 187, 207, 239, diplomatic functionaries 31; do. (revolu- 25, 242; Indians, compensation for depre-
242, 278, 294, 295, 308, 3:28, 329, 330, 343, tionary) 34; do. with England 119; dis- dations of 25; annuities to the 27, 32, 36,
344, 345, 346, 347, 348, 349, 358, 361, 377, bursements 69, 240; District of Columbia, 96, 240, 242; appointment of agents 34,
381; debate with Mr. Benton 380; speech affairs of 32, 85, 120, 127, 128, 132, 186, 98, 240;" surveys of the lands of certain 35,
on the boundary question 399; on the bank 187, 208, 239, 240, 242, 362; doorkeeper of 71; memorials 35, 133, 156; Chickasaw
429, 432; report of, on public lands 163; the senate 329; documentary history of the treaty 69; cost of land 84; grant to Lewis
307, 308; speech on tariff 2; Clay, Mr. of United States bank 34, 35; Doddridge, Mr. 280; appropriations 69, 85, 97, 98, 208, 240,
Alabama 71, 120, 132, 133, 156, 163, 178, 27, 35, 85, 120, 129, 132, 133, 157, 179, 180, 244; vaccination of, &c. 85, 97, 98, 99, 120,
187, 220, 279, 280; Clay, John Randolph 181, 187, 208, 222, 223, 224, 279; Dog river 128, 155, 188; number of agents, &c. 98;
296; Clayton, Mr. of Delaware 25, 26, 34, 25; Doubleday, Mr. 279; drawbacks 72, Indian department, appropriation for, 244;
83, 84, 96, 155, 156, 207, 242, 278, 328; Drayton, Mr. 27, 31, 32, 35, 69, 70, 98, 120, of treaties with the 1-28, 240, 242, 352, 379,
his speech on the veto message 397; Clay- 130, 132, 133, 156, 187, 208, 280, 306, 311, 427; the act 427; relief of certain Creeks
ton, Mr. of Georgia 27, 31, 32, 35, 36, 133, 333, 352, 364; Duncan, Mr. 31, 279 186; extinguishment of titles 208, 219, 280;
187, 188, 220, 325; Coke, Mr. of Virginia Eaton, J. H. 352, 376; education and charge of fraud in contracts 222, 239, 240,
220; Columbia, relations with 27, 219, con- charitable institutions 119; Ellsworth, Mr. 200; see Houston: unexpended' balances
dition of 70; minister to 69, 127, 187; co- 26, 31, 86, 132, 133, 156, 208, 279, 280; El re-appropriated 240,242; disbursements to
lonial trade (British) 127, 239; Columbus lis, Mr. 155; Ellioti, Jonathan, jr. 176, 179; emigrating 240; Indiana, cession of lands,
26; collectors of customs 127; Collier, Mr. Elliott, Jonathan, sen. 177; Elliott, Josephi &c. 25, 186, 241; resolutions of legislature
35, 243; colonization of the free Wacks 85, 361; Evans, Mr. of Maine 85, 86, 97, 219, 25; memorial in favor United States bank,
97; colleges, Augusta, Kentucky 25, 26, 279, 280, 296, 362; Everett, Mr. É. 27, 31, 34, 85; Ingersoll, Mr. 86, 97, 98, 187, 208,
Jefferson 85; St. Charles, Missouri '187; 32, 35, 37, 69, 70, 71, 131, 133, 208, 221, 224, 279; internal improvements 85, 86, 119,
commerce, laws and regulations of 307; 200, 309, 364; Everett, Mr. H. 98, 159, 163, 120, 188, 208, 239, 240, 278, 279, 280, 328,
committees of the house 37, 132, 133, 224, 175, 208, 219, 224, 279, 309; Ewing, Mr. 25, 348, 319, 330; the act at length 382; roads
commissioner of the land office 11, 72, 156; 34, 69, 85, 96, 127, 128, 155, 178, 181, 278, and rivers 497; interest to several states
comptroller, the second 186, 187; com-330; executive business 25, 34, 69, 85, 96, for advances in the late war 375, 380; in.
merce and navigation 208; consuls, &c. | 127, 156, 219, 239, 242; expenditures of go-solvents, United States 72, 86, 307; iron,
compensation to 27; instructions to 36, 1:20; vernment, certain 69; exports and imports, reduction of duties on certain 25, 69, 72,
Condict, Mr. L. 35, 160, 177, 224, 243; statement of

243 120, 278, 345; petitions against 307; for
conspiracy against freedom of debate 224; Fairweather island 96; fasting, humilia- railways 444; Irwin, Mr. 27, 36, 69; Irvin,
Connor, Mr. 31, 134, 156; convention with tion and prayer, Mr. Clay's resolution, &c. Mr. of Ohio 71, 97, 132, 279, 280; Isacks,
France 27; contested election 243; Con- 340, 343, 351, 352, 362; Featherstonhaugh, Mr.

333
necticut, claims of 31, 349; contempt, see Geo. 361; Felder, Mr. 97, 120, 279; Fitz-

James river 307, 329, 349; Jefferson,
Houston and Dr. Davis; Cooke, Mr. of gerald, Mr. 132; Florida, resolutions of le- Thomns, bust of 11; grand daughter of
Ohio 32, 175, 208, 222, 223; copy rights 128; zislature 30; government of 68, 239; sur-

343; Jenifer, Mr. 30, 35, 36, 128, 129, 181,
cotton, and oth

raw materials of 31: vey of canal in 86; Foot, Mr. 25, 28, 34, 85, 21, 279, 280; Jeweli, Mr. 161, 223; John-
French duty, on 69, 119; cotton bagging 95, 96, 118, 119, 126, 155, 156, 186, 207, 278, son, Mr. of Kentucky 30, 31, 133, 187, 208,
292, 293, see tariff; Coxe, R. S. 175; Coul- 279, 329; foreign and diplomatic inter-214, 279, 326, 336, 411; Johnston, Mr. or
ter, Mr. 35, 129, 180; counterfeiting of course 96; foreign coinmerce, returns of, Louisiana 119, 120, 155, 157, 308, 345;
coin 155, 208; Craig, Mr. 98, 133, 159, 161, &c. 187; Forsythi, Mr. 25, 26, 34,69, 84,95, Johnston, Mr. of Virginia 120, 133, 208,
173, 220, 279, 309; Crane, Mr. of Ohio 96, 118, 119, 127, 155, 14.2, 279, 308, 328; 1 240, 242; death of 297, 307, 311; Johnson,
208, 223; Crawford, Mr. of Pennsylvania forts, Delaware 69; fortifications, &c. 25, Mr. of Tennessee 132, 157, 162, 171; judi-
97, 133, 181, 208, 244, 279, 295; Creighton, 31, 128; Foster, Mr. 27,31, 86, 97, 120, 131, ciary, United States, tenure of office 26;
Mr. 160; Cumberland river 328; crimes 133, 279, 362; foundry, concerning a na.

cases tried in certain states 26; bail in cer-
and punishments 128, 186; custom house tional 128; frauis on the revenue, bill to tain cases 86; contingences of 127, 155;
officers

26, 32, 69, 120, 156, 187 prevent 72, 100, 187; inquiry as to suits for expenses of 155; power of the supreme
Dallas, Mr. 25, 34, 95, 96, 119, 128, 156, 120; concerning 156, 187; fraud as to In- court to enforce its decisions 241, 243, 279:

242
219, 239, 241, 242, 278, 294, 327; Dániel, dian rations, inquiry concerning alleged district court in Ilinois
Mr. 27, 35, 36, 71, 85, 132, 133, 242; Dar- 222, 239, 240, 280; see Eaton and Houston; Kane, Mr. 34, 118, 119, 242; Kaskaskia
den, Amy 279, 300; Davis, Mr. of Miss. tree trade con. memorial of 187; freedom river 69; Kavanagh, Mr. 1:20; Kennon, Mr.
26, 27, 31, 32, 35, 69, 99, 120, 131, 132, 133, of debate, inquiry concerning 294, 242; 120; Kentucky 186; Kerr, Mr. 98, 219, 221,
134, 157, 181, 240, 280, 310, 333; Davis, Dr? Frelinghuysen, Mr. 34, 119, 186, 278, 279, 239, 352; Key West 25, 137; King, Mr. or
E. $. 174, 222; Davis, Mr. of s. C. 26, 27, 306, 341; France, outtit of a minister to Alabama 25, 26, 34, 84, 95, 96, 119, 127,
69, 70, 71, 86, 97, 98, 99, 120, 220, 239, 244; 155, 186, 187; of the duty on cotton in 69; 155, 186, 206, 207, 238, 308, 345; Knighi,
Dearborn, Mr. 70, 11, 120, 244, 280, 379; convention with 295; French spoliations Mr. 278.
debates on the U. S. bank examination 25, 295; French and Spanish grants 296; Lands, the public, Mr. Clay's report,
27, 31, 35, 36, 187; on appropriation bills French-Broad river, importance of 32; &c. on 306, 308, 330, 345, 346, 352; the bill
69, 71, 97, 117, 119, 126, 126; on Mr. Frontier incursions

242 which passed the senate 355; see yeas and
Adams' motion to be excused, &e. 70, 87; Gales & Seaton 157, 293, 309; govern-nays: patents 308; see patenls: grants to
on the purchase V. S. bank history, 77; on ment, receipts and expenditures of 379; Missouri, &c. 307; ladies, admission of
Mr. Clay's resolution 2, 83, 84, 99; on co-Green, Mr. Duff, 178, 179; Grennell, Mr. | 133, 240, 344,312; Lainar, Mr. 36, 220, 292;
Jonization 85, 97; on grants of land to Mis-69; Grundy, Mr. 119, 128, 207, 238, 278, land office 69, 71, 72, 119, 156, 207, 242, 294,
souri, &c. 307; on Mr. Dickerson's first 328, 345; Gwin, Samuel the case of 411; 308; land warrants 279, 280, 352; Laurens,
tariff bill 93; on the tariff bill (H. R.) 279, opinion of the attorney general 445 col. 362; claims in Arkansas 296; law li-
280, 310, 311, 312: on Houston's case 128, Hall, Mr. 27, 35, 160, 240; Hall, David brary of congress 68; laws, military 156,
132, 157, 179; on motion to print a British A. 176; barbors, &c. improvement of 240, 208; laws, United States, of an cdition of
act of parliament 118; on the presentation 278, 279, 280, 307, 348, 349, 428; Harper, 239; Leavitt, Mr.31, 35, 71, 174; Lecompte,
of Mr. Clayton's bank report 187; on the Mr. of N. H. 208, 219, 220; Hawes, Mr. Mr. 26, 176, 362; Lent, Mr. 350; Leith,
post office investigation, 208; relative to 132, 171, 177, 179; Flaw, Henry 172; Haw-Geo, 30; Letcher, Mr. 76,98, 133, 280, 293,
Dr. Davis challenge 22?; on the appor- I kins, Charles E. 174; Hayne, Mr. 25, 26, I Lewis, Mr, of Alabama 3:26; Lewis, W. B.

and the Chickasaw land 280; library of con- , 295: frigate attacks on the Malays 354, 357: Spafford Horatio Gates 307, 329:
gress 68; light houses, &c. 156, 208; live 367, 379: pound sterling value of 348: pre- Spanish vessels, duty on 329: $t. Francis
oak plantations 27; Livingston, Edward emption rights 25: see lands: Prentiss, Mr. road company 335, 336: Stanberry, Mr.
25, 20; lobby members 380; lottery tickets, 219, 278: president of the United States 70, 71, 97, 115, 128, 133, 134, 156, 157, 158,
of the sale of 85; Louisiana, back lands 99, 224: veto on the bank bill 361,365: and 159, 160, 161, 162, 176, 178, 179, 180, 181,
25, 279, 280; donation of land, &c. 69, 119, internal improvements 427: the harbor 222, 23, 280, 352, 362, 364: steamboats, se-
279; resolutions in favor bank U. Slates bill 428: presidential election concerning curity of, &c. 239: Stewart, Mr. 71, 97,
96, 156; do. for a ship channel 156; sur the 31, 69, 157: possessions of the United 240, 279, 280, 292, 310: St. Louis, Ú. s.
vey of

239 States on the Pacific 70: powder and can- ship 99: Storrs, Mr. of Connecticut 120:
Mail-routes 34; irregularities, &c. 35; non, Mr. Blair's speech 98: proceeds of sublime porte, call for information 27: su.
transportation of 293; Maine-resolutions public lands 84, 119, 171, 206, 207, pro-gar, fraudulent introduction of 156: su-
of 85; military road in 118, 127, 239; ports iection of members, concerning the 224: preme court 241, 243, 279, 295: Suther-
of entry 244; fortifications 362; proceed protested foreign bills 31: public ministry land, Mr. 97, 120, 208, 220, 244, 280, 296,
ings in relation to the boundary 460 to 461; and consuls on the coast of Barbary 27: 309, 325, 350: surveyor of Arkansas 241:
Malays, the attack on 363; Mangum, Mr. public lands 25, 31, 72, 84, 85, 86, 119, surveyor general's office 279: surveys 31;
34, 95, 155, 278, 329; manufactures, infor- 127, 132, 186, 207, 208, 239, 278: price of

97, 128, 313
mation to be collected 31; maps 96; Mar-125, 84: cession of the 84: receipts, &c. 35: Tariff, concerning the, generally 25, 31,
sy, Mr. 3, 26, 84, 95, 96, 99, 119, 155, 156, distribution of the 84, 206, 207, 238: Clay's 32, 68, 69, 83, 84, 85, 95, 96, 97, 99, 100,
278; Mardis, Mr. 30, 173, 208, 292; Mar- report on 163: printing of reports on the 126, 127, 186, 187, 208, 217, 224, 239, 240,
shal, Mr. 212; marshal of Pennsylvania 188: donations of the 207: pre-emption to 241, 242, 243, 244, 278, 279, 280, 292, 294,
244; marine corps, re-organization of 27; settlers 241: purifying of the house 188, 295, 296, 308, 309, 310, 311, 312, 349, 360,
pay of 69, 119, 239; Maryland 128; Massa-

208 380: Mr. McDuffie's report 134: do. bili
chusetts, claims of 20; Mason, Mr. 97, 98, Quarantine regulations

120 224, 240, 243, 244, 279: counter report 141:
279; McCarty, Mr. 97; McDuifie, Mr. 27, Rail roads-projected, &c. Tuscambia Mr. McLane's reports 188, 206, 296: bill
29, 31, 32, 35, 36, 37, 69, 70, 71, 162, 187, and Decatur, 25: Alabama and Tennes. of 190: amendinent of do. 217: Mr. Davis,
220, 221, 223, 224, 240, 242, 243, 244, 279, see 25: from Buffalo to the Mississippi 28: of Massachusetts, bill, amendments, &c.
280, 296, 310, 336, see debates on the tarif the Illinois river to Michigan 68" near 157, 280, 308, 316, 333, 334: Mr. Dicker-
generally; McKennan, Mr. 244, 327; MC Bennington to the Connecticut river 86: son's bills, &c. 95, 180, 204, 238: Mr. John
Lane, Louis, public lands report 169; ta Petersburg 120: from Cumberland to Hol- Q. Adams bills,'&c. 100, 240, 244, 279,
riff do. 187, 202; meeting of the next con- ledaysburg, Pennsylvania 128: Annapolis 280, 292, 349: report, &c. 232, 247:
gress 187; memorials relative to the taritr to Washington 295: Baltimore and Ohio Mr. Crawford's amendments. 295: Mr.
85, 239, 241, 242, 244, 278, 279, 280; Mer- 96, 219, 238, 239, 241, 242: Randolph, Poindexter's do. 96; Mr. Mardis' do, 208:
cer, Mr. 27, 37, 71, 86, 97, 120, 128, 180, John, and his salary 10, 296: re-appro Mr. Stewart, of Pennsylvania, and the
188, 208, 220, 222, 242, 243, 362; messages priations 186: Reed, Mr. of Massachusetts minimum 293, 311: a variety of proposi
of the president, on armories, &c. 34; on 160, 181, -23, 327: Rencher, Mr. 27: reports tions not specially stated 312, 330, to 332,
counterfeiting 155; on public lands 155; of the departments-com. of the land of 334, 336, 349, 357 to 360: amendments of
communicating treaties with Mexico 187; fice

25, 207, 208: secretary of war 25, 97: the house 341: conference of both houses
on Indian agents 34; on the refuge given secretary of the navy, 25, 30, 208: secre- 361, 362, 363, 364, 376, 380: ameudments
to gen. Miller 99, see various heads and tary of the treasury 25, 30, 32, 126, 127, of the committee of conference 377, 379:
president; Mexico, of treaties with 187, 169, 186, 187, 188, 202, 217, 242. cominis final vote on the bill 336: the bill 340: title
279; mileage of members 27; Miller, Mr. sioners of the navy 25: postmaster general of do. 336: sundry speeches delivered dur-
34, 95, 126, 127, 155, 156, 242, 308; Milli- 156, 280: revolutionary officers and soldiers ing the discussion 325 to 328: resolutions
gan, Mr. 156; militia, organization of 27, of 295: bill for the reliet of 336: revolu- of Philadelphia in favor of the tariff 289:
S; pay of 242; blankets for 32; inint 85, tionary land warrants 279, 352: revenue of New York 294, 306: of states and towns
242, 312; ministers outfits, &c. 71, 96, 118, laws 85, 187: revenue from imports and generally 295, 306, 307, 311, 329: memorial
127 128, 155, 186, 187, Missouri,land claims tonnage 207: rivers, see appropriations of the permanent commitee of the New
32; cession of land 69, 85, 187, 307; land and 294, 427: roads--Cumberland 26, 34, York convention 391: alphabetical table
office 86, 207; title to lands ín 208; Mission 120: Rockville to Frederick 32: from Ports- of duties 84, 127: comparative stateinent
aries, case of the 32, 243; Mississippi-ces- mouth, Ohio, to the Linden mountains, N. of do. 187, 207, 208, 212, 219, imposed by
sion of land to 69, 85; Jefferson college 85; Carolina 27: from Georgetown to Frederick the old and new tariffs 344: special act
sand bar 155; land office 86, 207; Mitchell, | 32: from French-Broad to the Charles concerning the tariff of 1828, 68: the prin-
Mr. of S. C. 30, 31, 70, 98, 132, 134, 176, ton railway 32: from Louisville to St. ciple of protection 410: Taylor, Mr. 187,
180, 208, 280; Mitchell, Mr. of Md. dies Louis

85: from Louisiana to St. Louis 96: 279, 364: Tazewell, Mr. 84, 96, 126, 127,
314, 350; Moore, Mr. 25, 34, 68, 84, 96, 241, from Buffalo to New Orleans 98: from 155, 278, 279, 294: tea cases, re-imburse-
242, 278, 308; mounted men 242, 294, 295, Matanawcock to Marrs' Hill 119, 239: ment on account of 244: Tennessee 35:
308; Muhlenberg, Mr.

132 roads and rivers to be improved 427: 'Roan- Tennessee river 238: territory of the Unit-
Naples, charge to 187; National Intelli- oke inlet 86: Robbins, Mr. 25, 34, 239, ed States on the Pacific 70: testimony in
gencer 95; national road 98; Naumin, Mr. 3:29: Robinson, Mr. 84, 119: Root, Mr.

Houstou's case 133, see Houston; Thoinas,
239; navy--protested foreign bills 31; re- 30, 31, 32, 36, '69, 71, 85, 133, 157, 181, Mr. of Maryland 32, 187: Thomas, Mr. of
lief of officers 34; masters commandant 279, 296, 308: 'rules of the house 350, 379 Louisiana 133, 240, 244, 320: Thompson,
1:19; pensions to widows 25, 230; transfers Russell, Mr. 279: Russian mission appro- Mr. of Georgia 97, 133, 177, 178, 220, 243,
from 126; concerning 208, 244; commis- priations for

70 279, 280, 334: Thompson, Mr. of Ohio 352
sioners 218; naval monument 280; repairs Safety of members 924, 243: salt, alum Tipton, Mr. 25, 34, 85, 128, 173, 186: Tom-
of certain vessels 312: hospitals 312: navy 69: sali, quantity in public stores 36: Sei linson, Mr. 96, 278: Tompkins, Mr. 97:
bill 335: attack on the Malays 363: New oto river 26: seamen, pensions to widow's tonnage duties, on Portuguese vessels 126,
Jersey, resolutions of 126: newspaper post of 280: sergeant at arms of the senate 3:29: 127, 128, 155, 240: drawback on 335: trees,
age 208, 219, 238: New

York convention of the house 335, 3:36: sec. of war, report of plants, &c. 36, 120: treasury department,
memorial 85: Newton, Mr. 208: North Ca 25, 32, 97: secretary of the navy, reports of of the re-organization of the 207: Trial
rolina 31: north westeru frontier 294, 295: 25, 30: secretary oi' the treasury, report on creek, survey or 32: Turkish mission 71:
Nuckolls, Mr.
327 iron and its manufactures 25: on the burst- Tyler, Mr.

127, 307, 328
Ohio-boundary, &c. 69, 207: grant of ing of steam boilers 32: on salt in public Uuexpended balances 98, 240, 24)
of lands to 86: sale of lands in 240: old stores 30: on naval pensions 30: on bank Vaccination 444: Vance, Mr. 30, 31, 97,
journals of congress 119: orders of the fl. orders 25: on the British West India trade 120, 128, 129, 131, 132, 162, 280, 350: 've
of representatives—to certain senators as 25: on the effect of the tariff bill of the nezuela, charge tó 155: Verplanck, Mr. 31,
witnesses 128: to arrest Samuel Houston senate 1:26: comparative statement 212: 34, 70, 71, 85, 97, 98, 120, 128, 203, 240,
128: ordnance department 85, 86, 120 on imports from and exports to England 244, 219: veto of the president on the bank

Pascalouga bay 187: Pass du Heron 25: 127: on the public lands 169: on the tarit bill 361, 365, 380, 446: vice president 25,
patent ottice 96, 244, 329: patents 25, 27, 188, 202, 217: printing of the 186: 00 69, 83, 65, 118, 119, 126, 127, 156, 207, 239,
68, 239, 444: for lands 308: Patton, Mr. 30, frauds on the revenue 187: security of 242, 278, 360: Vinton, Mr. 159, 160, 171,
97, 131, 133, 157, 173, 177, 180, 181, 208 meinbers 224, 243: seeds, roots and trees 220, 221, 223, 279: Virginia-resolutions
pay, &c. of members 293, 336: Pearce, Mr. 36: Semmes, 'Mr. 98, 240, 295, 379: Sevier, 25: claiins of 25, 224, 240, 296, 308, 312,
97, 35, 69, 120, 156: Pembroke 244; Penob- Mr. 27, 120: Sbaw, W, D. 173: Shepperd,

444
scot river and bay 25: Pendleton, Mr. 27, Mr. of N. Carolina 69: silk, of the duties

Wabash river 26, 69, 120: Waggaman,
133, 243, 279: pensions 25, 31, 69, 85, 86, on 85: culture of 240: Silsbee, Mr. 34, 68, Mr. 69, 96, 239: Ward, Mr. 97: Wardwell,
96, 99, 119, 120, 126, 133, 156, 186, 188, 207, 186, 294: Slade, Mr. 32, 35, 98, 172, 176, Mr. 173: Washington, general-concern-
219, 238, 239, 240, 244, 280, 295, 308, 326, 177, 208, 221, 224, 240, 296: 'Sloát, captain ing the remains of 25, 26, 132: portrait

of
329, 361, 363, 376: the new act 409 per u.'s. navy 99: Smith,

Mr. 25, 84, 85, 95, 186, 330, 345: statue of 156, 239, 329:
dier and mileage 280: Pittsburgh 156: 96, 118, 119, 126, 127, 155, 186, 207, 219, Washington, Mr. of Maryland 31: Wat-
Plummer, Mr. 35, 36, 132, 133, 156, 188, 238, 239, 241, 242, 278, 349:"the tariff' pro- mough, Mr. 26, 27, 31, 240, 280, 309:
243, 350: Poindexter, Mr. 69, 84, 96, 127, ject of, of 1831,95: South Carolina, claims Watterson and 'Van Zandt's tables 27:
155, 156, 239, 308, 245: Polk, Mr. 27, 30, of 25, 69, 443: Spanish river 25: Speight, Wayne, Mr. 26. 27, 32, 34, 35, 36, 132,
36, 37, 69, 71, 86, 97, 128, 131, 158, 181, Mr. 27, 30, 35, 36, 71, 86, 97, 199, 240, 279, 133, 180, 181, 187, 20, 279: weights and
188, 208, 221, 223, 240, 279: Ponchartrain | 280, 296, 309, 334, 350: 'Speaker, Mr. 26, measures 345, 380: Webster, Mr. 25, 26,
348: Portuguese vessels 126, 127, 128, 155, 27, 33, 35, 37, 85, 86, 97, 132, 133, 156, 180, 34, 84, 96, 118, 127, 155, 156, 186, 239,
240: ports of entry 244: post office depart- 187, 208, 220, 222, 243, 244, 279, 280, 335, 241, 242, 278, 294, 295, 398, 345, 358, 361,
ment 30, 34, 35, 119, 156, 187, 207, 208, 362 reprimand of, to Houston 222, pay of 381 West India irade--discriminating du-
219, 238, 244, 279, 280: Potomac river the members 292: 'Sprague, Mr. 25, 26, 34, ties 25: calls for correspondence 26, 119:
bridge over the, 208, 330, 379: survey of ( 83, 95, 96, 118, 119, 155, 239, 242, 278, I do. for information as to the 96: White

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