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NOTICES OF THE ARTS AND MANUFACTURES, AND A RECORD

OF THE EVENTS OF THE TIMES.

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FROM SEPTEMBER, 1827, TO MARCH, 1828-VOL. XXXIII.

OR, VOLUME IX.--THIRD SERIES.

BALTIMORE:
PRINTED FOR THE EDITORS,

AT THE FRANKLIN PRESS, WATER-STREET, EAST OF SOUTI-STRLET.

INDEX TO VOLUME XXXIII.

.

35

Abo, in Finland, destroyed by fire 372 tive to protecting manufactures Brodie, C. D. his marine trunk 115
Adams, John Q. in Baltimore 113, 129 136; trade of the city 182; domes- Brown, gen. J.
Africa--the colony at Liberia 33, 38; tic goods sold in 211; tolls of Buchanan, James, of Pennsylvania,
Mr. Gurley's letter 377; emigrants Charlestown bridge 219;. clock his declaration, when the rules for
211; contributions 211, 321, 322; made in for a church in Mexico 219; regulating the election of president
arrival of the Nautillus 277, the the first directory 219;deaths,popu- were under consideration ::1; ex-
Ashantees 36; slave trade on the lation, &c. of 391; tonnage of 347; tract of a letter from him to the
coast

42, 119

report of a committee against an in- editor of the “Telegraph” 1; see
"Agriculture, manufactures and crease of duty on woollen's 353; polilics of the day.

commerce,” or a view of the new the petition sent to Mr. Hayne 354 Buckner, Mr. his address, &c. 76
tariff bill

431 to 438 Bourne, A. his letter to the editor of Call, gen. R. K. ius letter as to an
Alabama-G. P. Moore elected to the Sciota Gazette

221 interview between gen. Jackson
congress 50; drought in 85; great Branch, John, of N. C. his speech on and com. Decatır

375
fire at Mobile 182, 196; trials at Mr. Clay's nomination 21; see po- Canada-loyalty of the people of
Mobile, see politics of the day and litics of ihe day.

Brockville 67; ecclesiastical estab-
congress; population of Tuscum-

Brazil und Buenes Irres-affairs of lishments in 85; disturbances 85.
bia

219 19, 230; views of G. Britain in 227; 276; a novel case at Kingstoa
Algiers-blockade of by France 5; bringing about a peace 35; attack 130; prorogation of parliament 272;

preparation to receive the French on Patagonas 38; rejection of the “The Colonial Advocate”276; af.
69; battle with the French fleet 266
treaty of peace by Buneos Ayres 58; fairs in

438
Allen, Heman, minister to Chili 273 Rividavia resigns the presidency of Canals, &c.-steam boats for the
Angereau and Bernadotte

Buenos Ayres 69;Don Vicente Lo- navigation of 54; on the benefits
Arkansas--US, roads in 117; death pez elected president 88; address of canals, &c. 84; Blackstone ca-
of Mr. Cor , ay

218 of the deputies to the emperor 70; nal 116; report of the president,
Army of the U. States general or- outrages of the Brazilians on A. &c. of the Pa. Union canal 348
der of gen. Brown 43; promotions mericans 114; the Cisplatine pro- Canvas, American

68
and appointments in 121, 362; vince 133; various appointments by Carroll, Charles, of Carrollton, 79
transfer of troops

362

the government of Brazil 133; the Cattle, the breed of 115; weight of
Ashley, gen. his returns of furs

213 Brazilian consul gen. not recognis. certain 216; shews, &c. 130
Austria-Students in 19; the duke of ed at Paris 197; vessels captured China, American

139
Reichstadt 118;prince Metternich 219 by the Buenos Ayreans 230; B. Chiti-great fall of rain in 58; Mr.
"American System,”the-see Wool Ayrean loan 230; the currency 276 Allen's address on leaving the

and Woollens--on the effects of Brent, Mr. W. L. and Mr. Desha 334 country 230; arrives at N. "York
on the manufacture of cotton 66;

British affairs.

373; quarrel between the govern-
see editorial.

Banks, &c. 18, 162, 208, 229; Bentick, ment and certain British officers
Appointments by the president, 208, 322

lord 18; Brougham, Mr. 18; breweries 4;
Britain and France 227; blind, a school

at Valparaiso

373
Baltimore-J. Q. Adams in 113; 129

for 86; books published in Great Britain Church--state of the Presbyterian
Associate reformed church, case of 216; brick earth, value of near London 37 34; the associate reformed in Bal.
33; Brown, Geo. president of the Canning, Mr. dies 37, 56; his will 68; Ca- timore 33; church establishment
Mechanic's bank 36; Howard, col.

po d'Istria in London 57; convention
with the U. S. 65; corn bill 10, 18; the

in England 115; the Methodist 123
John Eager, dies-120; a brief bio-
bill 87; corn warehoused 229; coaches

Clay, Henry, for various papers re-
graphy of, &e. 120, 129, 145, 195;

packets, &c. 57; Colombia, treaty with lating to, see Politics of the day-
report of the directors of the Bal- 19; Coke, Mr. of Norfolk 213; cotton his letter to Dr. Godman 228;
timore and Ohio rail road 137; re- imported into London 3; sales of 18;

his address to the public 296 to 315
ports of the engineers, &c. 162,

Clarence, the duke of, his birth-day ce-
lebrated 68; crops 18; church establish-

Cloths, gossamer 116; metallic 133
531; leave Baltimore to commence

ment, pluralities in the 115; Cobbeti, W. 53 Coal-trade of the Lehigh and Schuyl. -
the survey 228; S. H. Long's let. Discriminations and monopolies

kill 182, 347; anthracite 212
ter to the president 201; the stock Elections--close voting in Liverpool 228; “Coffee-house” politicians 402
266; an article on the subject of the emigration of Irish to Scotland 68; to

Coincidences, singular

131
America 229; excise duties, &c.
road, from the “Richmond Enqui-
Failures, heavy 18; fever in London 18;

Coles, Edward, of Illinois, his let.
rer" noticed 272;removal of the re-

free-trade-new corn act 10, 18, 87; co. ter relative to certain opinions of
striction for its location by the H. lonial trade 12; finances 347; fire in Mr. Jefferson, with the letters
of delegates of Va. 331; rail road to London 37; "free born Englishmen" 375 of T. W. Gilmer

281, 335
the Susquehannah 331; exhibition Goderich, lord 37, 56; Gretna Green, the

Colonial trade-letter to the editors
of manufactures at the Mary-

priest of, dies
Hay-making 52; Hemans,Mrs. 18; Herries,

of the “Richmond Enquirer" 42;
land Institute 180; the peniten- Mr. 56; Xunt, Mr. dinner to

difficulties in the West Indies 52;
tiary, report of the grand jury Lrish in Scotland 68; impressment.

See West Indies.
on 212; Chesnuts large 219; in- King's bench prison, income of the mar.

Colombia-affairs in 19,320; Santan-
spections 332; receipts for 1827, 390 Landaff, bishop of 347; Liverpool, lord

der 19, 38, 70; treaty with Great
Bailey, John, his card

Manufacturing celerity 130; manufactur- Britain 19; M. Martigny 19; Paez
Banks and Bankings-strange loca- ing districts, various notices of the 37; 19, 58; gen. Bolivar 58, 69, 132;
tion of a 3; Snelson cashier of the

Melville, lord 37; Mexico, treaty with takes the oath as president 230;

18; ministers, new 5; a correct list of 118
bank of Virginia 146, 212; forgeries
Naval-British and American bavy 51;

the convention 69, 148; interest-
on the N. Y.banks 146; state bank correct list of the navy 390; newspa-

ing statistical items 182; distur-
of Ten. 162; savings bank in Log- pers, value of stamps 37; value of cer- bances in Guayaquil 70, 230, 322:
don 162; bank of the U. S. see con-

tain

67, 218,373

Beaufort T. Watts'letter with the
gress and 241, 264, 274; directors 320 O'Meara, Dr.
Parliament prorogued 50, 228; Party,

correspondence between Messrs.
Baltic, commerce of the

160
capt. 162; population of Ireland 214; of

Cooley and F. J. Maria Teguia,
Bavaria--the king of presented with London

218

minister of foreign affairs 321
a memoir of the N. Y. canal 54 Railway-the Stockton and Darlington Columbus, first voyage of 2, 135
Benton, Thomas H. his letter re- 116; revenue 218; Russian fleet at Ports.

Compliment, elegant 213; to die
mouth 37, 52: royal kindness

53
specting Mr. Clay's intention to

“Register

265
Shackell, proprietor of the John Bull,
vote for Mr. Adams
374

Commerce with France

216
newspaper, tried for a libel 229; smali
Beverley, Carter-see politics of the pox in London 134; steam, the Leeds Committees of the house of repre-
day.

packet 116; statistics, interesting 117; sentatives 277; See Congress.
Bills of exchange, damages on 213

Congelation, the effeets of

204

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218
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119,

87

Seott, sir Walter, his life of Napoleon

217
Blind, a school for the

52, 87; his affair with Gourgand 229;
86
Siddons, Mrs. and Mr. Keinble 372

Congress.
Buonaparte, Napoleon Louis 36 Thames, tunnel under 37; Tierney, Mr. Accounts of public officers, disbussments,
Binns, John, of Philadelphia 265 18; tobacco imported into Liverpool 65; &c 269, 320, 365, 366, 398; adjonrnment
Bo:in-schools 2; population 2; de-

tunnels on various canals

of congress 410; Agg, John, bis letter at
struction of the tea at 75; Mechan-

Waterworks in London 373; Wellington, to the imputed concert to misreport Mr.

the duke of 5, 68; Wirtemberg, the Randolph's speech 406; Alabama, an act
je association, toasts drank at the

of the state of 338; Albemarle sound 364;
celebration of 118; meeting at rela- York, the duke of, his creditors

Allen, Mr. 240, 366; America, certain

queen of

229
890

the

books and manuscripts relating to the inis.
tory of 290; Anderson, Elbert 288; Angus,
Samuel, a memorial of 270; Antiqua.
rian society, the American 340; appropri-
ations for the support of government 288,
290, 365, 365, 380, 409; disbursements of
341; for fortifications 367; for the Indian
department 333; for the military service
399; for the payment of pensions 409–
see pensions; for the asval service 410,
411; mode of supplying the army 320;
see military affairs-armories, the estab-
lishment of 269; arsenal at Mount Dear.
born, S. C. 367; appeals from the deci.
sion of the chair 382; appraisers in the

custom houses
Bank of the U. S. stock of 243, 272, 287, 288;

366, 367
Barbour, P.P. 236, 243, 272, 287, 288, 341,
399; Barnard, Mr. 970, 379; Barney, Mr.
339, 408; Barton, Mr. 269, 287; Bartlett,
Mr. 27), 87?; Bassett, Mr. 272; Bailey,
Mount Joy 241; Bell, Mr. 364, 405; Branch,
Mr. 380, 405; Benton, Ms. 287;

Berrien,
Mr. 337, 364, 381, 407; Blake, John, the
petition of 372; Bryan, Me. 240; Brent,
Mr. 291; Brazil, correspondence with the
government of 291, 382, 428; Bouligny
Mr.380; Beall, W. D. 270; Buchanan, Mr.
294, 368, 399; Bunner, Mr. 341, 409; Bur
ges, Mr. 368: brtak water in the Delaware

399, 406, 407; buildings public, report on
Cambreieng, Mr. 294, 367, 409; Carroll,

legislature as to the powers of the gener.
al government to make roads and canals
406, 409; dividing line between the state
and Florida 365, 368; Gorham, Mr. 287,
339; Graham, George, of the land office
288; Green, Duff, his note to the senate
381; his statement, ect. 383, 393, 400; Gur
ley, Mr. 344, 366,

363
Haile, Mr. 338, 366, Hall, Robert 269; Ham-

ilton, Mr. 242, 289, 3-40, 368, 399, 400-
Harrison, Mr. 241,380. 4 40; Hamilton, Mr.
former sec. of the treasury, reports of 406;
"Harrisburg convention, "the proceedings
of 288; Harper's ferry, the armory at 341;
hats of palm or other leaf 339; hemp,
American water rotted 288; bemp, made
ufactures of 290; Hendricks, Mr. 269; the
process of preparing the Russian 366
Hoffman, Mr. 296; Holcombe, Mr. his
death announced, c. 366; Hayne, Mr.
269, 380; Horn, Henry and Jobn Sergeant,
case of 270, 342; hospitals, paval 271;
Hunt, Mr. 340; Huron, a territorial gov.
ernment for 344,

411
Illinois, lands in 364; imprisonment for

debt, the bill, &c. 238, 239, 270,319, 337,
338, 364, 367, 409; yeas and nays on en
grossing the bill for a third reading and
on its passage 364; internal improvements
contemplated 338; Isaacs, Mr. 270, 365;
Indiana-lands for the use of schools 270;
Indian depredations 365; Indians-gen.
erally-the Creeks 271, 320, 339, 399; re.
moval of west of the Mississippi 272, 338,
339, 341, 367; licenses to traders with 407;
establishment of a general superinten:
within the states szo; civilization of 341;
emigration 383; the Cherokees 341, 382;
independent governments among 342;
Ingham, Mr. 272, 293, 341; James and
Kenawba river, o canal to unite 320;
Jennings, Mr. 320; Jefferson's manual
440; Johnson, Mr. of the senate 238, 239,
270; Johnston, Mr. 380; judicial system of
the U. S. a bill to amend the

319, 399

Charles, of Carrollton, privilege of frank
ing to 367; constituin the U. S. amend-
ments, &e. 272, 287; Cape rationer.
vey of 409: Chambers, Mr. 364; Chandler,
Mr. 380; chaplains 240, 242, 243; Clark,
M. St. Clair 239; Clark Rogers, col. 407;
Cobb, Mr. 239, 381; Charge d'Affairs 380;
Chesapeake and Ohio canal 242, 320, 323;
Chilton, Vr. 367,368; his resolutions on re.
trenchment, &c. 367, 363, 381, 382, 383,
393, 379; final passage of the resolutions
after numerous amendments, &e. 400,
408; Columbia river, the occupation of
271; Columbia, the District of-memorial
of the corporation of Wasbington for an
extension of the lottery privilege 341;
trees on the avenue 341; bill concerning
free persons of color in 398; Columbia
college 106; Colombir, out-fit of a minis.
ter to 380; colonization society, the 406;
committees, various 239, 240, 241, 269,
270, 271, 272, 287, 319, 344; on retrench
ment 408; standing, of the senate 241,
209; of the house 242; Condict, Mr. 240,
242, 341; controversies between the states
269; continental money 382; Creek Indi-
ans, the treaty of 8th Jan. 1921, 271; cus-
tom house, &c. et Newport, R. I, 241,
364; custom house officers, the petition of
certain 340; appraisers in the custom hou-
ses 366, 367; stationary for the custom
house at Philadelphia 367; credits allow.
ed at the custom houses 380, 398, 410;

Cumberland road-see roads.
Daniel, Mr. 288; Davis, Mr. 242; 341; D'AI

terieve, Marigny, case of 338, 339, 340,
341, 344, 366, 363, 400, 108: deaf and
dumb 271, 340: Dick rson, Mr. 269, 200;
Decatur, Susan 342, 319, 402, 406, 407;
Dodd and Bernard, a bill for the relief of
405; domestic spirits, the tax on 272; de
falcations, see accounts of public officers;
diplomatie code, Elliott's 290; Dorsey,
Mr. 340, 311, 383; drawbacks 269, 319,
339, 342; dry docks 381; Dunn, John Os
#d, sergeant at arms 259; duties, dis
criminating 269, 270, 406; duties, the col-
lection of 364; duties collected on iron,

wool, bemp, &c. from 1790 to 1826 409
Eaton, Mr. 380, 440; elections, &c. case of

Henry Horn and Jobn Sergeant 270; re-
port of the committee in the case 342; El-
licot, A. late U.S. commissioner, instruc-
tions to 107, 449; Elliott's deplomatic
code 200; exchange, bills of 287, 319; Ev.
erett, Mr. 291, 360,

398
Furt, Mr. 288, 320, 310; Florida, the right of

voting at elections in 271; the oth arti.
cle of the late treaty of with the king of
Spain 271; St. Mary's and St. John's riv.
er 340; divjiling line between Florida and
Georgia 368; fortifications at Pensacola
399; fisheries 241; Flournoy, Thomas 271,
340, 407; Fioyd, Mr. 296; fortifications,
appropriations for 367, 398; French emi-
grants 287; French spoliations

364
Ghent, the treaty of-claims for indemni.

fication under 380; Georgia and the
Crecks-271, 399, 406; resolutions of the

399
Kane, Mr. 331; Kerr, Mr. 366; Key West

243, King, Mr. 269; Knox, lepry, former
sec. of war his report on the militia 440;
Kremer, Mr. 367,

369
Land offices--errors in 290; lands, the pub.

lic 269, 270, 271, 320, 366, 380, 399, 406,
439; in Illinois 364; debes due by pur
chasers of 320; for the use of sehools
in Indiana 270, 320; occupied by the
Creeks 406; grants to the officers, of
the army, in the late war 270; the
bill to graduate the price of 287, 290,
319; land warrants 290; land claims in
Michigan 319; lands in Tennessee 367 :
claims in Florida 320: appropriations of
for the deaf and dumb 340: reservations of
in the treaties with the Creeks 379;
Laughlin, Thaddeus 270; lead mines 339,
397; Little, Mr. 240, 243, 272, 108; light
houses and buoys 380; Larche, Prances
319; Lowrie, Mr. 233, 241; Livingston,
Mr: 272, 293, 341; Lawrence, the St. na-
vigation of 270: Lea, Mr. 341; Lloyd, Wil.
liam 271; Lumpkio, Mr. 272, 341; Law.”
rence, Ms.

408
Maison Rouge, claim of the marquis of 390;

Martindale, Mr. 366; Macon, Mr. 238, 365,
405; Maxwell, Mr. 320; McDaffle, Mr. 243,
288, 366, 367, 368, 383; Maryland, an
act of 339, 364; Meade, R. W. claim of
339; McLane, Mr. 272, 399; Mallary,
Mr. 291, 292, 383, 343, 410; Maine, agres-
sions by the inhabitants of New Bruns-
wick 390; manufactures-see wool and
worllens; resolution of the committee on
calling for persons and papers, with the
proceedings thereon 291 to 296; leave to
sit during the session of the house 340:
Mease, James, his letter transmitting a
treatise on the raising of silk wormos 399:
McKenney, Thos, L. 110: M diterranean,
an increase of U. S. ships in 287, 290:
members-a list of 233: members of the
senate present on opening the session
338: members of the house present 239:
Mobile court martial, see six militia men:
Mercer, Vir 333: messages of the president
-un opening the session 213 to 238, 240;
documents 253-see reports of the deparl.
ments--transmitting documents relative
to the dividing line between Florida and
Georgia 365; papers relating to our affairs
with Brazil 382; on transmitting the cor.
respondence respectiog the navigation of
the St. Lawrence 411; the correspondence
with the Brazilian minister 428; Mexicu,

debts due American citizens in 291, 344;
Mobile, court martial see siit inili.it
mnen) 342; military affairs-armories 2347
the armory at Harper's ferry 340; peace
establishment 259; inilitary tactics 287,
290, 3.97; mode of supplying the army 320;
desertions in the army 270, 337; militia,
the system, a uniform 365, 407; returns of
in the United States 404, 407; Koox's re
port on 440; changes in the stations of
the troops 339, 242; gen. Brown's letter
on the subject 362; pay of surgeons and
assistant surgeons 340; appropriations
for fortifications 365, 398; see six militia
men; officers who have died on the gulf
frontier 367; appropriations for the ser
Vice 399, 407: militia of Tennessee, draft.
ed during the war 409; Miner, Mr. 390,
349; Mitchell, Mr. of Ten. 272, 339; mint
of the U, S.

361
Nantucket, survey of the island 367; nat.

uralization ż87; naval hospitals 271; new so
papers, the postage on 339; peace estado
lishment 338: medical staff the pay of the
338, 340, 380: candidates for admission
into 313; navy lieutenants increase of the
pay of 319, 364, 353, 368; navy hospital
fund 320; newspapers 240; Newton, Mr.
272; New Orleans, a picture of the bal-
tle of 340: "Niles Weekly Register,” vo-
lumes of purchased by congress 272: No-
ble, Mr. 270,

364
Oakley, Mr. 292, 293, 294, 296: Ogden, Aa.

ron 240, see revolu!ionary, &e.: Ogden,

Abraham 407: andarsal tha dan Asalawan
pats, Mr. 241, 290, 380; Pearce, Mr.

339; Pensacola, fortifications at 393;
pensioners, on the rolls the different
states, &c. 363; revloluionary officers
on the pension list 382; pensions, &c.
&c. 287, 290, 320, 366, 408, 409; Penn-
sylvania avenue 310; Pittsburg, a port
of entry 290; Post, Reuben 242; pointer
to the senate 239; post masters, the du.
ties of 340; postage, nett amount ac.
cruing at each office 342; post office,
revenue of, for post roads 408; addition.
al buildings and clerks for the depart.
ment in Washington 408; private pro.
perty taken for public use 366; process
in the states admitted into the union
since 1789, 364, 381, 408, 440; public
buildings 272; Phelps, Mr.

344
Randolph, Jolin 270, 294, 295, 341, 398;

his remarks on a mistatement of his
speech 343, 400; sick 382; Raguet, Con-
dy; See Brazil. Ramirez, the Spanish
vessel, the bond for slaves captured in
290, 319, 339, 340, 344; memorial of R.
H. Wilde 349; Reynolds, J. N. his me-
morial for an expedition to the south
pole 366; roads--the Cumberland 269;
287, 320, 344, 365, 380; bet ween Balti-
more and Philadelphia 342; between
Natchez and New Orleans 271; from
Washington to do. 383; from Washing
con to the western frontiers of Pennsyl.
vania and N. Y. 367; between Balti-
more and Philadelphia 408; representa-
tion, the ratio of 242, 272, 287, 381; re-
trenehment-resolutions of Mr. Chilton
367; see Mr. Chilton; a committee on
409; Ridgely, Mr, 440; Rich, Obadiah,
certain books in his possession 290; Rol-
bins, Mr. 269; Rowan, Mr. 290, 107;
Ruggles, Mr. 209; Ryland, Mr. 242;
reporters to the senate 269; revolution-
ary officers and soldiers, claims of 240,
242; land warrants 290; bounty lands
340; revolutionary pensioners, &c, 238,
355, 306; the bill for the relief of 319,
380, 381, 398, 405, 409: report containing
a list of those entitled to lands 319, 338:
case of John Blake 373; rules of the louse
240, 272, 343; of the senate 270, 407;
411, 440; revenue and navigation laws
for the frontier lakes 408; revenge of

the U.S. distribution of
Reports of the different departments. or
the comptroller of the treasury sbewing
the list of balances, etc. 210: annual of the
secretary of the treasury 243 to 253: an
abstract of the documents accompanying
do 226: from do, transmitting an estimate
of the appropriations proposed for 1828,
338: from do. exhibiting the district ron
nage 339: from do.' on the operations of
the mint 381: from do, on the payments
made into the treasury, etc. 380; on the
sinking fund 403: of the secretary of war

269, 270

376

on the state of the army 360: clerks in the
department 367: report of ged. Brown 285:
transmitting the proceedings of the
court martial at Mobile 382: shew.
ing the number of officers on the pen-
sion list 382: annual report of the se.
cretary of the navy, 255 to 261; on
American water rotted hemp 283: from
the post master general stating the ob.
structions on the mail route to New Or.
Teans 271; shewing the receipts of his
department 286: nett amount of post.
age accruing at each post office 342;
of the secretary of state transmitting the
documents respecting the navigation of

the Saint Lawrence 411: the correspon-
dence with the Brazilian ininister 428
Reports of committees in the senate. On the

petition of William D. Beall 270: on credo

its allowed at the custom houses 380
Reports of committees in the house. Of the

committee of elections in the case of
Messrs. Sergeant and Horn 343; of the
committee of commerce on extending
the time within which merchandise may
be exported with the benefit of drawback
369: on abolishing the office of appraiser
367: the bill reported by the committee
on manufactures, altering the several acts
impusing duties on imports 383: report
of the committee reon 393 to 397: the
Dill to amend the judicial system of the
U. States

399
St. Lawrence, the navigation of the 339;

Sandusky bay 367: salt, the duty on 241,
W 18 tuer leverer teritorit turshops
vier, Ambrose H. 410: Sergeant, Mr.
399: secretary of the senate, leave of ab-
sence to 405: sedition law 288; segars,
the duty on 340: Sergeant, John and
Henry Horn 270, 342: Schackelford, B.
397: slaves captured in the Ramirez. 290,
319, 339, 340; memorial of Mr. Wilde
349: importation of slaves within the dis-
trict of the U. S. 338, 339: Sloan, Mr. 341,
342, 382, 408: silk worms, a treatise on
399: silk, report on the culture of 408
409; Spain, 9th article of the treaty with
the king of 271; Smith, Mr. of Md. 269,
384, 381, 406; Sinith, Mr. of s. C. 364;
Smyth, Mr. of Va. 270, 272, 28?: South
Carolina, balance claimed by 320: Spar.
hawk, E. V. his memorial, &c. 381, 383,
398, 406; speaker of the house, the elec.
tion of a 239; privilege of franking to
408: spirits, domestic, the duty on 272,
380: Sprague, Mr. 295, 296: Stanberry,
Ms, 320: stationary for the custom-house
at Philadelphia 367, 382: Stevenson, Mr.
of Pa. 291, 384, 410: states, documents
illustrating the history of 408: Stevenson,
Andrew, of Va. speaker of the house
239: Strong, Mr. 271, 291, 292, 344: Stew.
art, Mr. 291, 293, 294, 368: Sprigg, Mr.
340: sis militia men, resolution calling
for the documents relating to the case of
and proceedings thereon 341, 342, 344,
382, 409, 410: St. Mary's river Florida,
the navigation of 340: Storrs, Mr. 272,
292, 368: Sutherland, Mr. 366; sugar,
the duty on refined 248, 320; surgeons
and assistant surgeons in the army 340:
survey of the coast of the U.S. 340: of
Sandusky bay 367, of the Cumberlaod
road-see roads-of the island of Nan.
tucket 367: of Cape Fear river 409;
Swan, Mr. 366; Sweden and Denmark,
creaty with 408; St. Lawrence, corres.
pondence respecting the navigation of
411 to 428: Silsbee Mr. 270, 237: Sprige,
Mr.

340
Taylor, J. W. 239, 288, 366; Taz well, Mr.

337;Taylor, Jonathan 407; teas, the duty
on 270; Tennessee, unappropriated lands
in 367; Thompson, Wm. 271; Thomp-
son, Mr. of Geo, 271, 399; Timms, Hent-
ry 241; Tyler, Mr.

406
Umbrella, makers of Philadelphia, a pe-
tition from

407
Vaccination 365; Van Renssellaer, Mr.

240.367; Verplank, Mr. 340; vice presi.
dent-takes the chair 238; his remarks
respecting the rules of the senate 411;
vine and olive, cultivation of

Mr.9440; Whipple, Mr. 399; White, Jo- bloody affair near Natchez, Miss.
seph M. 240, 320; Wing, Austin E. 240

182; Dr. Vance killed 208; Mr.
Wickliffe, Mr. 240, 271, 341, 342, 382;
wine, the duty on 270; Wilde, Mr. 341;

Conway killed 218; W. Graham,
Wilde, R. H. his memorial to congress

of New York killed 218; his let-
respecting certain slaves 349; See slaves ter to Mr. Noah

227
and the gen Ramirez: Wood, Mr. S. East Indies—the trade of 82; battle
295; Woods, Mr. 288, 340, 368; Wood-

between the Afghan tribes and Ra-
bury Mr. 269, 380, 407; Woodcock, Mr.
290; wool and woollens--petitions for fur

jah Runjit Sinh 198; war in Pegu
ther protection to manufactures 242, 265,

terminated

199
290, 318, 319, 320, 338, 364, 365, 379, Eastern states, the condition of 214
380, 399; interesting table shewing the Eaton, John H. to the public 94 to 96
votes by states on the resolution intro-
daced by the committee on manufac.

Ebony and Topaz

372
tures 290; proceedings of the convention

Eckford, Henry,
at Harrisburg 288; petitions against Editorial notices 1, 129, 145, 161,
further protection to manufactures 242, 193, 261, 289, 320, 369; Mr. Chil-
269, 270, 271, 288, 318, 337, 364, 365, 380,

ton's resolution 369; Politics of the
399; debate on the resolution of the
committee on manufactures to send for

day 1,181; Crompton, Mr. his hard
persons and papers 291 to 296; the reso- fate, &c. 1, 49; partition of Turkey
Jution 291; various interesting tables 226, 262; exchange papers 17; Dr.
illustrating the vote on 289, 317, 318,

Cooper 17; progress of right 175
319; the bill reported by the committee

Irish population in the U. S. 17;
383; report of the committea 303;

Mr. Jefferson's letter noticed 33;
arrangement of the testimony 398; a-
mendments of Mr. Mallary 410; Wright, Mr. Canning 33; on certain pro-
Mr. of Ohio 270, 291, 295, 341, 409; ceedings in South Carolina, &c.
Wright, Mr. N. Y. 294: Whittlesey Mr. 868

49; compliments 265, 357 to 359;
reas and nays in the senate-on the elec-

potices of the Harrisburg conven-
tion of a printer 239; on ordering the
bill abolishing imprisonment for debt to

tion, &c. 17, 65, 97, 160, 193, 209;
be engrossed for a third reading, and on Mr. Haile's remarks, on 81, Mr.
iro passage 364; ori engrossing the bill MoCard's sporch 177; the home
road tromartere pofshe Cumberlare, market 264; certain proceedings in
Ohio, and to provide for the survey of

the legislature of S. Carolina 265;
the same to the seat of government in Mr. Coleman, editor of the N. Y.
Missouri 365; on ordering the bill for Post, noticed 179, 209; meeting of
the relief of Susan Decatur and others,
to a third reading 407; on an amend-

congress, the new speaker, &c.
ment to the rules of the senate 440

225; the weather 329; British dis-
reas and nays in the house-on disposing

criminations and monopolies 265;
of the stock held by the U, S. in the the American system 66, 329; the
bank of the U, S. 28 8; on the passage
of the resolution giving to the commit.

revenue 209; Sugar, the protection
tes on manufactures power to send for

of 276; national affairs 241; silk, on
persons and papers, &c. 296; on amend-

the cultivation of 193; Bank of the
ing the bill for the relief of Marigny U.States 241, 264; the woollens
D'Auterieve 368; on adopting a resolu- bill 210; the committee on manu-
tion of Mr. Hamilton as to printing the
documents concerning the court martial

factures 289; an interesting table,
at Mobile of 5th Dec. 1814, with the

shewing the votes for and against
correspondence of gov. Blount, &c.

410

the resolution offered by the com-
Young, the late W. S.

140 mittee on manufactures, exhibiting
Continental money, issues of 403

the distribution of members into
Convention between the U, S. and states 289; other interesting tables,
Great Britain

65, 145

&c. relating to 317, 398; agricul-
Constitutional amendments

161, 183 ture of Georgia 321; British order
Constitution of the U. S. different in council 329; rebellion in Va. 331,
interpretations of

284 cotton produced by Greece 331;
Connecticut-alumni of Yale college policy of New York 369; internal

34; sale of seal skins at Stoning- improvements in N. York 369; let.
ton 36; vessels at 80; commission-

ters to the editors 225; African co-
ers appointed to take proof of

lonization 321; Baltimore and Ohio
deeds, &c. 213; sheep in

370 rail road 273; protection 273; the
Conway, Mr. killed

218 public debt 345; policy of Virginia
Cooley, Mr.

2, 324

345; "et us alone" 345; Indians
Cooper, Dr. Thomas

within the U. States 274; col. Mc
Cook, D. P. dies

208

Kenney's "tour to the lakeg" 274
Copperas, works at Strafford 133, 181 different interpretations of the
Cotton-imported into London, &c. constitution, Virginia and Pennsyl-

3, 65; exported from Charleston, vania 284; rank in the navy 345;
S. C. 117; from Savannah, Geo.

letter from the senior editor white
65; the trade 180; cotton bagging at Washington 35%; the “Boston
195; table of export, &c.

217

Report” against an increase of du.
Counterfeits, &c. --Newbold 53,83; ly on woollens 353; Boston peti.
on the bank of the U. S. 212

tion against the woollens bill, pre-
Crittenden, J.J. of Ky. his address 224 sented by Mr. Hayne of S. C. 354;
Crompton, Mr. dies

1 reply to "T.”a writer in the Pitts-
Cuba--receipts into the treasury burg “Mercury” 385; "the Wal-

132; commerce of the island 370; tham company” 386; the report of
arrivals for 1826

375

the committee on the tariff 400;
Delaware elections 82, 98; elec- early protection of manufactu-

440
Ward. Mr. 240, 270; Washington city,

thee ines in 271; the avenue 341; Jottery
in 341; Watterson and Van Zandts la-
boles 40); warehouses, public 260; Web-
srer, Mr. 259; leave of absence to 318:
West Point academy, visiters to 440;
Wierus, Mrs 237, 286, 345, Jus; White,

tion of a speaker to the house of rers 401; effect of the proposed ta-
representatives 315, 333; water- riff401; coffee house politicans 402;
works at Wilmington

356 domestic salt 402; Tanner's atlas
Desha, Robert, his toast on the 8th 403; review of the new tariff bill 431

of January, with the letter of Mr. Elections and electioneering-see the
Brent and Mr. D's reply

334 names of persons and the several
Distinction, the rage for

355 states; the cong. election in Ky. 1,
Duelling-a dnel with rifies 35; 50; in North Carolina 1; James Ire.

17, 28

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