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dell elected governor of 275; cal- Emmett, Thomas Addis, lies 196; Graham, W. of New York, killed in
213 of the X. Y. Eoquirer
52 Greece and Turkey-affairs of 3; in-
275 consul at Cisme 6; Ibrahim pacha
thens the battle of 7;J. G. Eynard's
146, 389 letter to Lord Cochrane and
147 Aleppo, the plague at 19; thanks
of the Greek government to the
ifesto of the Ottoman porte 45;Lord
disturbances in Greece 58, 88; con-
133 Greeks 69; J. P. Miller's, &c. let-
357 ter as to the sufferings of the
69, 87, 99 Moldavia 69; constitutional char-
effendi disgraced 277; relief from
130 committee in Philadelphia 197;
132 197; Paul Bonaparte arrives in
battles 69, 88, 197, 229; Capo a'ls-
address to the Greek nation 322,
fleet 261; news of at Constantinople
ral Codrington's general order to
allied commanders to the Greek
piracies of the Greeks 350; mutiny
cottop of Greece
Grundly, Felix, his letter to gen. An-
certain interesting inquiries re-
of the convention 100 to 112; an
57 gress of the population of the U.S.
from 1790 10 1820, &c. 123; sum-
mary view of the commerce of the
282, 335 eral view of the commerce of the
218 duction and consnmption 138 to
144; internal trade, or commerce
between the states 149 to 160; Bri- Kent, Joseph, his letter to a gentle. 180; gen. Jackson's visit to New
207 of Dr. Young 98; Messrs. Chilton Madison, James, his letter to the edi-
tain proceedings on Mr.Clay's no- speaker to the house of represen- Maganese found in Vermont 118
336 the adıninistration 315; gen. Tho. vernor 50; McIntire, Mr. elected
to congress 50; N. E. boundary,
58 wood nominated for governor and various notices relative to 199;
210 lieutenant governor 316; Jackson nomination of Messrs. Adams
electoral ticket 357; the “Augus- and Rush at Portland, 374: reso-
357 lature on firing a salute on the 8th Mareshal, Ambrose, arch-bishop of
357 Baltimore, dies
130 Key West-alleged violations of Markley, Philip S. his letter as to
81, 98; election of officers in the le-
223 in 92; the penitentiary at Balti-
gislature as to the powers of the
of parties in the legislature 332 liability of carriers 55; suit aris- nufacturers by the legislature 347;
mong the Winnebagoes, &c. 15,68 various notices of the uncertainty Mr. Tufts having been summon-
borough, S. C. 219; supreme court land 18, 71; with the U. States
88, 321, 370 of the U. S. in session 329; the 19; the squadron at Key West 23;
testimony of an atheist rejected letters of com. Porter to the edi.
before the supreme court of Con- tors of the Louisiana Advertiser,
374 and to com. Charles G. Ridgely, as
371 to alleged violations of the har.
13 with the district attorney at New
392 Lorsiun-com. Porter at New enemy 356; battle near Apapa 38;
276 batdle of alluried to by an English Potosi 115; persecution of the Spa-
the day; an opinion of 21; letters of favorable to the administration no- expulsion 376; the new tariff 198;
greable intrusions upon his family 65 N. York to attend the celebration Michigan--Mr. Wing elected to
of the battle of the Sth January congress 18; a day of thanksgiving
recommended by the governor on the existing provisions for e- Lehman's speech on the impor-
373 policy of New York 369; internal ware 404; tobacco raised in 439
-for various articles see politics ments on lake Erie 569; revenue See steam.
371; auction duties 387; the mem- Peru--congress of 70; disturbances
41 388; resolutions of the legislature ports 181; thanks from the Greeks
361 concerning a revision of the tariff 391 197; regulation of the weight of
rencontre near Natchez 182; culo legisiature of 129; officers of the exported 346; improvements 356;
tivation of silk in 193; negroes in 211 legislature 147; electoral ticket of commerce of 370; large bell on
mode of electing president in 196 son 356: Dr. Holcombe dies 356, Plants and seeds-the sec. of the
67 Politics of the day” 1; letter of
gov. Kent 19; gen. R. M. Saun-
rican navies 51; the navy board Adams electoral ticket 315; revo- letter relative the six miltia men
D.Elliott 219; rank in the pavy 345 tablishing manufactories 275; Cape to the editor of the Raleigh N.C.
deaths and births in Amsterdam 374 374, 439; fire at Wilmington 374; nomination was before the senate
internal improvement and manu- 21; W. H. Harrison's letters re-
ing to 2; location of a bank in 3; daughter 346; colonization society reigner 34; Mr. Giles's letter re-
347 lative to Mr. Jefferson's opinions,
390 ginian, &c. 135; case of the six mi-
147 Titia men, report of the Nashville
219 P.S. Markley's letter as to the al-
ing 389;"Merchants Telegraph”389 burg; see "Harrisburg Conven- &c, 187; the commonwealth of Va.
signs his seat in congress 50; ses- lature, state of parties in 128; the Wheeling Gazette, for a libel on
liott of the U. S. navy 219; elections 282, 335; Geo. McClure's letter
correspondence of certain mem- number that passed thro' Frank- istration 180; gov. Batler de
277 clines a re-election 208; adjourn-
a dairy in 346; Lake Champlain
119 370; Vertical paddle wheel 56
meetings in opposition to gen.
Jackson in 82, 129; convention to
form an "anti Jackson” ticket
180, 212, 333; letter of C. John-
dies 210; the legislature in ses-
convention to revise the constitu-
ses the senate 387; an article in the
Richmond Enquirer on the Balti-
more and Ohio rail roads noticed
273; removal of the restriction
for its location by the house of
delegates 331; proceedings as to
the establishment of manufactures
len's bill 275; Sumpter, gen. 277;
275, 355; rebellion in 331; Jackson
the "Southern Patriot” 360; tri-
electoral ticket 357; meeting in
bute of the legislature to the late
389 Loudon county favorable to do-
mestic industry 357; a wife mur-
ders her husband 374; gov. Giles'
message on the tariff, &c.
Wambersie, E. his letter to the cov.
34 try 118; battle with the rebels at
Washington-lettors of 14; the pro-
jector of the Erie canal 67; his
Weaving done at Economy, Pa. 49
Webster, D. an extract from his
Fulton to Barlow 15; steam boat speech 130; alledged understand-
370 Washington through Hellgate 73; West Indies—free people of color
boats on the Ohio and Mississippi 181 in Jamaica 4; effects of the gales
58, 68, 83; amount of the trade
82,329; British order in council 337
West, enterprise of 83; travels in 31
56 marks on the operation of 210;
17 certain proceedings at Columbia
16, to 32; Mr. McCord's speech
177; the memorials from the citi-
38; with Turkey
zens of Columbia, &c. on the sub-
ject 59; 266; a power loom exe
Talbot, Matthew, dies
ported 195; tables showing the
distribution of members into
states who voted for the resolution
introduced into the house of re-
presentatives by the com. on man-
ufactures, &c. &c. 289, 317, 318;
importance of protection to the
wool growers and wool manufac,
turers in the eastern states 214;
Tennessee-elections in 18, 129; ex-
meeting at Albany, N. Y. 227; re-
tory address 117; singular applica- against protection to manufac-
tions to the legislature 13-1; the
tures 275; proceedings in the legis-
augural speech 164; certain resolu- ing been summoned 351; the Bos-
tions and proceedings in the legis- ton report against an increase of
lature as to amending the consti- duty on woollens 353; early pro-
tution of the U. S. 183 to 186, 195; tection of manufactures 430; See
198 Harrisburg convention.
226 Yellow fever in Charleston, S. C. 50
Kent 92; gov. Kent's rejoinder 137 | Trumbull, col, his letter about Mr.
19 181; resolutions on the legislature
LPThough this day commences a new volume, we The returns have not been received froin the congreshave no new plan to suggest to our readers-knowing sional districts lately represented by Messrs. Trimble of no reason why we should change an old and established and Johnson, but it is the general opinion that both of course of proceeding. It is a convenient period, how them have been out-polled by their Jackson opponents. ever, for the receipt of new subscribers and friendly We have not been able to complete the list of memremembrances from old ones.
bers of the two houses of the next legislature, from the We shall soon publish a large body of statistical arti- returns before us; but the following estimate of the state cles, now nearly ready for the press, which have been of parties in the lower house will prove to be tolerably prepared with great labor and care—and with a degree correet:of patience and perseverance that may be approved, Administration, 51. Jackson, 34. though the result shall not be satisfactory to all."
Fifteen counties yet to be heard from. Their re
presentatives were, for Jackson, 9-for the administra"POLITICS OF THE DAY.” Many letters and
papers have lately passed through the press, and are still pas
The result of the congressional elections in North Ca. sing, whose peculiar character has made it difficult to de- /rolina is given as follows: termine how to dispose of them. Some relate chiefly to
20th congress. things pot previously noticed in the REGISTET, --and Lemuel Sawyer',
Lemuel Sawyer. cthers, or parts of others, are calculated to induce ardert Willis Alrcon,
Willis Alston. and long counter-statements. Our desire is, that this Richard lines,
Thomas Hail. work should contain every thing of the kind which may
John H. Bryan,
John H. Bryan. either interest the public feeling or guide the public judg. Gabriel Holmes, Gabriel Holmes.
Arch'd McNeill, znent, and to record them, on both sides, without com
Daniel L. Barringer.
Romulus M. Saunders, Augustus H. Sheppard. others they may open the door to discussions neither the John Long
II. W. Conner. temper or length of which shall be agreeable to us--for H. W. Conner,
S. P. Carson,
S. P. Carson.
Lewis Williams, Lewis Williams.
The "National Intelligencer” says that Mr. Williams nary times our duty, as to selections, is an easy one-but majority was 1,500. Great exertions were made in his in the now heated state of the public mind, there is much district. And adds -- It will be seen that there have been delicacy and difficulty in performing it, and an assurance but four changes in the representation of this state. We of oftending some though information, ouly, is designed can speak of the political effect of but one of them. Mr. to be given and equally io all. This, however, is the pr-Culpeper, one of the new members, is a friend of the admary object of the REGISTER-to preserve articles that ministration, and was the only member from the state
wlio yoted for Mr. Adams. The sentiments of the other may be desired for reference, and we shall endeavor to accomplish it with impartiality. And, as this work has three gentlemen, we do not know with certainty.
We are not imformed who has been chosen govenor never yet passed into personal electioncering—though we have no hope of pleasing all parties to the present contest of Tennessee. The contest between Messrs. Houston and for president, we expect to preserve our character for Cannon appears to have been a warm one. The former, consistency, and make out a claim on the people for however appears to have been elected. We believe that fidelity in our proceedings. And ardent individuals no changes have been made in congress except in the shoulú recollect, that though they themselves may be places of Messrs. Cocke and Allen, who declined a poll. worked into a passion, the public remains cool and dis- We shall give the particulars when they reach us. crimi ating. With these brief remarks we shall speedily insert seve
A HARD TATE. Died at Bolton, Eng. June 26th, in ral articles of the description reterred to-io shew the the 74th year of liis age, Mr. S. Crompton, who invent
ed in 1780, the spinning machine called the nule, now spirit and the body of the times."
so universally used by the cotton manufacturers. The
inventor neglected to take out a patent; but he receiveri ELECTIONS. The following is believed to be the re- two presents from the manufacturers, one of £100 and sult of the late elections in Kentucky:
the other, (in 1800), of £100. In 1812 parliament grantDistrict. 20th congress
19th congress. ed him £5,000 upon a petition, which sam ho unluckils Henry Daniel,
lost in business. A siconrl application to parliament Thomas Metcalfe, Thomas Metealfe.
failed. SIr. Crompton died in obscurity. 30 James Clarke,
$Plt is a matter of doubt whether the progress oi ith Robert P. Letcher, Robert P. Letcher.
scientific power may not be as productive of evil as of good, 5th Robert McHatton. Robert McHatton.
in lessening the value of manual labor; but whatever 6th Joseplı Lecompte, Joseph Lecompte. weight may be attached to the abstract proposition, it is 7th Thomas P. Moore, Thomas P. Moore.
entirely certain that the British nation acquired the im8th Richard A. Buckuer, Richard A. Buckuer.
mcase power which it has exerted for many years past, 9th Charles A. Wickliffe, Charles A. Wicklitle.
chiefly through the application of machinery to the manu10th Joel Yancey
facture of gools and those of cotton, in supplying the 11th W. S. Young,
W. S. Young
incun, have accomplished more in battle, than all the 220 Chittenden Lyon,
Wellingtons who commanded; as without the profits ou Of the above list; says the Kentucky Gazette, seven manufactures, the armies which they led could not have. are for Jackson, and five for Adams. The seven are been raised and subsisted, or subsidized by Great BriMessrs. Daniel, Meffatton, Lecompte, Moore, Wick. tain:* hence there was a debt owing to Mr. Crompton Tiffe, Yancey, and Lyon.
When the returns of the votes are all in, we shall pre- *Ope girl, in a cotton factory, was the agent of creating sent a detailed account of them, for present instruction las great a value as would purchase the bodies of five or and future use.
six Russian or German slaves, to stop a bullet or discharge The Lexington Reporter of the 18th Aus savs- la musket in the field-the value of their whole carcasa25
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