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POLITICAL, HISTORICAL, GEOGRAPHICAL, SCIENTIFICAL, STAT I'}-

CAL, ECONOMICAL, AND BIOGRAPHICAL

DOCUMENTS, ESSAYS AND FACTS,

TOGETHER WITH

NOTICES OF THE ARTS AND MANUFACTUR CS,

AND A

REOORD OF THE EVENTS OF THE TIMES.

H. NILES & SON, EDITORS.

THE PAST-THE PRESENT FOR THE FUTURE,

FROM SEPTEMBER, 1829, TO MARCH, 1880–VOL. XXXVI.

OR, VOLUME I.-FOURTH SERIES.

BALTIMORE:

PRINTED BY THE EDITORS,

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

INDEX TO VOLUME XXXVII.

358

120

56

198

Actress receives a legacy 215 , house 168; Charlestown bridge 169; Tobacco, smuggled 168; tonnage 170; town

61,
Adams, J. Q. late president, erects sales of wool 163; fires 228; 'mutiny sale of a 36; tythe system in Ireland

Values, official and declared 411; Vincent,
a monument to his parents 120, 173; cases 173; Mr. Otis elected may or 277 | Francis, bis estale

36
in Wasbington city 277--see various Bosquet, Philip, his legacy 69 Weights and measures 220; Wellington,
public papers and proceedings. The Bottle, a large one

70 the duke of 168, 227; woollen manufac.
acquisition of Texas

S94
Brackenridge, judge H. M.

89 tures 69, 123, 133--see manufactures.
Africa—The colony at Sierra Le- Bradley, Abram-see post office de-

Brown, James, late minister to
France

182, 215
one 69, 153, 300--See Liberia. partment--his correspondence rela-

Bruce, Mr. his manuscripts 86
Antiquities of America, proposed tive to the dismissal of Mr. Hawkins
work on
120 90; his map of the U. States 99

Buenos Ayres-Rosa's army 19;
Alabama-tlectiuns 2, 132, 313; Bradley, P.- ---see as above.

treaty of Lavalle and Rosas 72; Mr.

Rivadavia 39; new senate 219; cor-
gov. Moore's message 315; Mobile 429

Brazil-charge de affaires from 7;
Appenines, highest peak of 181
Mr. Tudor in 22; the currency 22; 72; changes in the ministry 88; minis-

rency, 328; Lavalle's proclamations
Apples, large

39

commerce 22; marriage of the emper- ters, commerce, 167; rejoicings,&c. 180
Appointments and removals by the or 36; of the empress 328; Mr. Re-
president 8, 56, 67, 87, 149, 164, 274, bello 38, 182; slaves imported 147, 328

Burges, Tristam, to w. Drayton
327, 412, 429,
433—see army
and

24. See congres8.
Brick making

118

Burr stones found in Ohio 89
nary, and post office department. Mr.

Brick houses removed
Henshaw's letter
101

Button manufacture

10

Bridgewater the battle of
Army of the U. Stales--appoint-

Calhoun, J. C. 117-see congress.

Great Britain and Ireland.
ments, &c. 11; concerning brevets 12:

Calico-printing, Turkey red used in
courts martial at Jefferson barracks

Albans, the duke and duchess of 90; ar 3; price of 50 years ago 179; quantity
174; case of lieut. Colquhoun 238; gen. 400; Atlas newspaper,
my, officers in, disposition of, &c. 69, 153, made in the U. States

297
Scoit's case 69, 209, 238; academy at Bank of Eugland, 166; Baird, Sir David,

Campbell, Nicholas, one of the “tea

3
dies 134; Bones, for manure 89; Buccleugh, party" dies
West Point 58, 229. See congress.
Arkansas-elections 134; rise of the the duke of, bis income 89; Brunswick, the Canada-Methodist college at York

duke of, and the king
river 181; extract from gov. Pope's

39; specie received in 215; device of

Cotton, sales at Liverpool360; Castlereagh
message

218 lord 8; Catholic question--see O'Conneu; an editor in 53; commerce of Quebec
Astor cases

180 various notices of, 37, 217; Dr. Doyle's ad- 215; justice! 53; education in 328;
Auctions-see congress: meetings dress 146; Chabert, the "fire king," 198; church at Montreal 328; population
opposed to 298, 503; sales by in New chancery suits, account of the litigations 56, 328; colony of blacks in 339, 429;
York 378; resolutions concerning 410 church establishment 89, 217; revenues 119;

147, 275
Austria-education in 3; treaty with abuses in 150; corn laws, a catechism on 28: Canal laborers, impositions on 168
thie U. States
134 crops 39, 122, 193; duties on grain 242; ex- Canal toll, in New York

39, 198
Baltimore, 12th of Sept. at 49; pub- ports of grain from Ireland 359; crime, in Canals—to connect the Atlantic and

London 36; Cumberland, the duchess of 121; Mediterranean 167; the Rhine and
lic schools in 49; arrivals 340; screw custom house, goods underrated at 5; Cuth; Danube 7, 209; from Hellevoetsluis to
dock 120; bills of mortality 340; in- bert, St. reliques of discovered
spections 359; Catholic council is 148; Debt, the U. States noticed 120; Dicken- Rotterdam 21; canals made, &c. in the
destructive fire in 559; erection of the son, capt. 8; dinner, the corporation of Lo. U. S. 44; money required to finish
statue of Washington 209; steam boats

duus, &c. 168; distresses, 39, 88, 89, 146, 153, certain 51; Pennsylvania canals 69,
plying from 228; outrages 377; pau- East India trade, various notices of 64; 98, 116, 130, 149, 177, 228, 378; Che-
pers 377; wood corders 426 Elizabethean manuscript 23; English in sapeake and Delaware 70, 98, 116, 131,

Baltimore and Ohio rail road--See France 153; etiquette 0; executions at the 216; Chesapeake and Ohio 83; deci-
rail roads.

Old Bailey 147; exports

129, 221 sion of the chancellor 86; decision of

Finances--see revenue and 316; fire, at
Baldwin, Henry--see Pennsylva- Manchester 216; four and grain-see corn

judge Cranch as to certain laborers on
nia: appointed a judge of the supreme uud 133; duties on 243; funds, rise and fall 150; loans for 297, 312, 360; the Ohio
court 527; votes of the Senate ou huis of

240 98, 212, 379, 410; great cargo receiv-
nomination 358; dinner to 397

Garth, captain 360; Gwion, Juhp, luis bes edat Albany 198; the Farmington 116;

quest
Banks and banking-Planter's bank,

Highlanders, 42d regiment of 198; Huskis around the falls at Enfield, Con. 209;
Md. 8; Sutton bank, Mass. S98; Agus- son, Ms.

frora Chicago to the Illinois river 116;
ta bank, Maine, 197; bank of S. Caro- Imports and exports 63; Ireland 123, 146, Dismal Swamp 197, 245; from Outowa
Jina 312; Paterson bank, N. J. 20;

226; iron, exportation of

70 river to lake Huron 118; Morris canal
dends of Boston banks 111, 327; Phe-to the
Commonwealth bank, Ky: 83; divi- wine cooler" 89; "Adam Brzden letter 124, 277; Louisville and Portland 297;

see congress: Welland canal 147, 275;
nix bank vs. 0. Wolcott 31, cashier of Letters received at the London post office Hudson and Delaware 130; Lieper 168
the state bank of Tennessee 427; bauk 153; laws of real property 6; land lying Canvas of cotton 24, 67, 82, 116-
of the U. S. branch at Buffalo 121; of
Waste 168; Loodon bridge

see colton canvas.

Manufactures, see distresses-state of at
the stock 275; specie received at Phi-congleton 1-47; at Badworth 150; at Barns Cape of Good llope-revenue

69
ladelphia 277; dividend 559; directors ley 153; interesting statisties relative to 152;

Carey, Mrs. dies

120
359; statement of its affairs 413; pro- Mexico, on the invasion of 39; "on the ac-

Carpeting, made at Catskill, N. Y.
ceedings in South Carolina in relation quision of Texas 87; ajuisery, changes in $; do. in Ohio

67
thereto 275, 367; extracts from the the 39; meetings of

Carroll, Charles of C.

70, 398
“Telegraph” and Courier concerning Naval, victories 85; force in the Mediter- Carnac, the temple of

149
275, 378; see congress.

ranean 147; the Britanuja of 120 gons 198; Cars-see rail ruad cars-self load-
Bankrupts, prolussions of certain in
Nelson, admiral and lady Hamilton 194;

2, 78, 167, 273
Newcastle, the duke of 198; Newfoundland, ing 21; Winans'
l'hiladelphia

179 the port of 8; newspapers, the press iu Lon Carter, Benjamin, diis 412
Barbour, J. 8, 69,123,168, 183, 215 Jun 60; the Atlas

Catholic queston-see Great Bri-
Barry, Mr. l'. M.gencral-see post Lis letter on slavery in the u. s.
O'Connell, Mr. 8, 37, 88, 123, 146, 150, 350; tain: song sung at a celebration

69
ofice department; at West Point 179

186, 226

Catlle shows, toasts at
Partiainent, meeting of, &c. 198; porter

149
Bayani, the late J. A.-sce congreis made in London 36; post office, revenuts of

Census for 1830 410-see congress.
and
4:29 244; business of 4; letters received in Lon.

Channing, Dr.

70
Bear killed in N. J. 70; in Mass. 120 do 153; president of the U. Slates, British

120

Chapman, col. Jolin, dies
Berrien, J. McPherson

121
feeling towards bim

Cheese made in Portage co. 0. 182
Railway experigents--see rail roads: re.
Bibb, the rev, Richard's toast 114
ligion in Ireland 217; revenue, various state-

Cheves, Langdon, dinner to 314
Bible societies
37 ments relative to the 6, 150, 215, 239, 316; Chili-elections

54
Bigamy, punishment of in N.C. 197 Rush, Richard his arrival in England on China--the English trade to

38
Binns, John

215
business of the Cbesapeake and Ohio canal

181
Boerhaave, a saying of

Chronometers, prize for
company noticed, &c. 6, 8-see canals.
198

Church, col. dinner to
Statistics, interesting relative to manufac.

277
Bohemia-population, &c. 146 tures, 60..152, 153: stock, speculations in Church controversy in Ohio

299
Bonaparte, Jerome Napoleon 182 22, 55; sheep, price of 301; shipping 170; Clay, Henry, dines at Russellville

Boston-schools 21; trade 99; banks Shiel, Mr. 360; St. Paul's cathedral 121; 99; toast drunk on the occasion 115;
17, 229; letter of Mr. Henshaw 101; 247, 229, 233, comedies to be ceployed in returns home 153; presented with a
Mr. Johnson's letter 102, Tremont Icarrying the mail 237; storms 2171 piece of cloth by the Oriskany man.

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Co. 229; a likeness of 182; extract from 291, 319. 398; Chambers, Mr. 404; Cahoon, Lands-claims, relief of purchasers of, &c.
an article in the “Telegraph” con-

Mr. 232; Cambreleng, Mr. 282, 421, 422; in Missouri 269, 280; Mr. Foot's resolution

claims for militia services 230--see war: co- relative to surveys of 291, 350, 373, 388, 389,
cerning 195; his address before the lonization society 291; constitution, amend- 406, 418, 419, 4.30; Mr. Hayne's speech on
colonization society noticed 339; leaves ments to 281, 407; cadets at the military 415; Mr Webster's 435; in Ohio 407; in Ten.
home for New Orleans 399, 429 academy 374, 376, 389, 390, 391: commerce nessee 271, 281; in Indiana 280; in Illinois
Clay, Mrs. H. a present to

90 and navigation 282, 420, 422, 434; Charles. 209; warrants to officers of the revolution
Clinch, col. dinner to 277 ton, S. Carolina, memorial of the mayor 432; in Alabama 280, 292; duration of liens

and council of 291; consuis in foreign upon 424; held by revolutionary ofticers 374;
Cloth, American 33–see manu.

ports 281; Condict, Mr. 292, 424; census, the in Arkansas 269, 35€; land warrants in Vir:
Coach, damages for overturning 135 ratio of representation, &c. 293, 374, 392, ginia 376; money received in each district

Coal-required for the Juniatta roll. 407, 408, 420, 422, 424; courts, &c. -see ju 120; relief to purchasers, various resolutions,
ing mill 121; cost of at Wheeling, Va. diciary: coasting trade 330; collectors of the &c. 270, 272, 280, 292, 3.32; proceeds of the
181; trade of Pennsylvania 70; dis- pensation, &c. 349; emoluments of,&c. 349; 333, 335, 350, 351, 375; cession of refuse
covered in N. Hampshire 134; con- camals--to connect the Atlantic and the gulf lands 292; preemption rights 292, 331, 332,
sumption in N. York 178; received at of Mexico 292, 376, 407; to connect the wa. 350, 390; claims of Maison Rouge, &c. 340;
Philadelphia

194 ters of Altamaha and Tennessee rivers 293; laws of the U. States 256; lights in vessels
Coffee, growth, &c.

52

to connect the rivers Amoy and Conasau: 389; Lea, Pryor-see elections: Lent, Mr. 391;

ga, 419: Miama canal 404, 419; committee Larche, Francis 292, 331; Larabee, Charles
Coffin, admiral, his school 7; ves-on 372; from the Connecticut river to the 349; Livingston, Mr.388, 404; library of con-
sel fitted out by him
85 Canada line

422 gress 280; use of books in 291, 293, 332, 333,
Colleges ot the U.S. students in 2 Doorkeepers 256, 269; debt, extinction of 350; law books in 423; appropriations for

Columbia--the tariff 19; Mr. Moore the public 269, 331; Davis, Mr. 420; Deca- 424; Lawrence, W. B. 423; Louisiana-im-
arrives at Bogota 180; war with Peru U. States 270; Drayton, Mr. 281, 282, 292, &e.
tur, Mrs. relief of 270, 350; debts due the provements in 280; claims of Maison Rouge,

340
40; rebellion, revolution, &c. 167, 180, 334, 375, 392; Davenport, Mr. 282; Dicker Mint, establishment 292, 419, 423; mails
215, 315, 430; Jose Maria Mosquera son, Mr. 292; documents, printing of, úc. on the Sabbath 291, 332, 350, 389, 4:9, 431;
121; articles prohibited 195; Bolivia 333; 391; Dudley, Mr. 270; Duncan, Mr. mail routes-ste roads-between Philadel-
disturbed 40; Santander 180; coinage -see tarif and 419; De Witt, Mr. 391; to Nashville, Ten. 407; members of the 21st

282; drawback 376; duties, modification of phia and Baltimore 391; from Louisville, Ky.
197; Guerillas 215; letters of marque draftsman" to the house 391, 407, 431, 432, congress 245; McKinley, Mr. 269, 431; Mer-
recalled 99; Laguira 184; Bolivar's let- +33; Dorsey, Ir. 391; District of Columbia cer, Mr. 374, 432, 433; molasses, draw back
ter to Lafayette 128, bis acts 296, 412, 1.-establishment of a legislative body in 404; on 269, 280, 392; McCoy, Mr.375; McDuffie,
430, his letter to O'Leary 315; gen.

the penitentiary in

408 Mr. 270, 281, 424, Martin, Mr. 289, 392;
Harrison 180; Mr. Moore's address 292, 333, 334, 335, 351, 352; Ruel Washburn mail routes 291; money, improper quse of

Elections, contested, Lea and Arnold 271, Marks, Mr. 405, 430; Mitebell, Mr. 391, 432;
234; see congress: contemplated janc- and J. W. Ripley 390, 391, 392, 407, 408; 408; mileage of members 281, 292; the bill
tion of the Atlantic and Pacific 197 case of Silas Wright and George Fisher 421; 293; reference of, &c. in the senate 332, 333,
Combustion, spontaneous

100

testimony in cases of 424; education a com- ) 420; military, exemption from duty 282,

mittee on 271, 272; Edgar, John 349; en- 291: peace establishment (col. Bissel's case)
Congress.
Auctions-petitions against sales hy 269, consideration of 269, 270, 280, 331, 332, 333, militia organization 392, 418; returns of 421;

grossed bills 291, 292; executive business, 291-set army: Mexican trade 291, 405, 418;
280; a bill to regulate 422; appeals from the 350, 407, 431; Mr. Barton's remarks r-speci: Magee, Vr. 498; messages of the president
chair-see order: Alston, Mr. 292, 333; ar ing 349; Everett, Mr. of Mass. 282, 292, 390, -see messages; printing of 251, 250; refer
mories 272, 281; accounts of certain officers 391; Everett, Mr. of Vt. 422; engineers, ence of 269, 270; Massachusetts' claims--
374; Adams, Mr. 418; attorney general 270, corps of

see war; Maryland circuit court 334, 418;
405, 419; Anderson, Mr. 336; adjournments Forsyth, Mr. 247, 331, 348; Forward, Mr. Mallary, Mr. 335, 392, 402; manufactures-
281, 333; a day for 392; Alexander, Mr. 374; 336; Frelinghuysen, Mr.3-8; free taxables, see tarif), 270, 335, 392, 402; Monroe,
Arnold, 'Thodias D.-see elections: Ander- not freeholders 419; fortifications 271, 291, Jam's relief of 432; Monongahela river, ob
son, George 392; appointments-Mr. Bar 420; frauds in Arkansas 269; Fisher, Mr.421; structions in 430; Missouri- the frontiers of
ton's remarks on the power of, &c. 349; ar- French claims, &c. 280, 281, 241; fisheries, 336, boundary line

349.
my-see reports of the secretary of war- vessels employed in 336, 392, 418, 422; Foot, Newspaper for the senate 247; Newton,
desertions 349, 391; pay and emolu inents of Mr. 269, 291, 292, 419;' his resolution rela- Mr. 336; Naudain, Mr. 349, 350; Noble, Mr.
officers 375; courts martial 433; enlistments tive to the sales of the public lands 291, 292; Nourse, Josiphe 3:33; naturalization
in 404, 405; office of major-general 407; see lands: Fulton, Robert' his heirs 336,373, laws 407, 432; naval register 332, 336; naval
franking privilege to ceriain officers 407; 376; Florida--the bar at Pensacola 336; Ir 1281, 282, 291, 293; naval academy 292; pay
brevet runk 407; punishment of death 418; gislative council 351; Mr. Smith's remarks of master's commandants 282; report of the
sale of ardent spirits by sutlers 422; eadets on the treaty

401 commissioners 309; abolishment of the board
at the military academy 374, 376, 389, 390, Grundy, Mr. 247, 349, 389; Green, Duff of 374; the Hornet 891, 422, 432, 433; pen-
391, 431: appropriations-see treasury de- 389, 404, 407; Gales and Seaton, 338, 389- siou fund 431, 432; office of surgeon gene-
partment and 351, 424, 431, 432; Mr. Wick- sce printing: Gurley, Mr. 420; Gibbons, ral 431; compensation to pensioners 432;
liffe's amendment

408 James 433; Georgia-resolutions atout the coutingent expenses 391; spirits in the na-
-Berrien, Mr. 247; balances, unsettled 432; tariff 349; Florida line

349, 419 vy 374; naval constructor 374; arrearages
Bell, Mr. 351; Bartley, Mr. 256; Burnet, Holmes, Mr. 247, 269, 280, 291; Hayne, in the service 373; depots 374; Nickolls,
Mr. 269, 404; Bibb, Mr. 420; Burges, Mr. Mr. 209, 292, 350, 383,389, 406; his speech on Mr.

334
351, 407, 424; Barbary states, ministers and Mr. Foot's resolution 415; hour of meeting Order, questions of, &c. 334, 350, 375
eonsuls to 291; Barton, Mr. 291, 331, 349, 373, 247; Hunt, Mr. 281; Hall, Mr. 281; Hemph:li, President of the United States, coromittee
405, 419, 430; Benton, Mr. 291, 374,388, 405, Mr. 292; B. W. Hopkins, widow-of, 6c 301; to wait on 246; his message to congress
419; Brown, Mr. 291; banks-in the Dist. of Holmes, Gabriel 272; Hollister, J. W. 390, 247—see messages of the president; Portland
Col. 280, 399; of the U. S. 281, 282, 292, 405, 392; Hurlgate 391; Halsey, Mr. 407; How. harbor 390; printing-of the senate 292, 331;
420, 432; deposits in state banks 280, 405; ard, Mr. 408; Hornet, the sloop--see naval: Mr. Webster's resolutions 406; of documents
Barnard, Ms. 404; Block Island 424; Bates, harbors, improvement of

432 333; of do. by Gales and Seaton 388, 404,
Mr. 407; Bangs, Geo. and Wm. 390; brandy, Index to certain documents 424; Indian 418; yeas and nays on various propositions
drawback on 349, 350, 372, 431; Burnham, affairs--message of the president relative to refer 405; Mr. Grundy's resolution 406;
John 336; Baltimore, rtlief of the corpora 10 the Passaniaquoddy tribe, 271; of do. referred to the committee on the library 419;
cion of 280, 333, 349; harbor of 373, 388; Transmitting ceriain Indian treaties, 374; proposition of Duff Green 399,407; of w.
of vessels sunk in defence of 408; Barrin the Cretks and Georgia, 271, 391; memorial A. Davis 389; of w. Gretr 407; reduction
ger, Mr. 333; Buchanan, Mr. 334, 350, 374, of the Creek delegation 419, 421; treaties of the cost of 424; preemption laws 209–
420; Barbour, P. P. 374, 421; Barbour, J. S. 374; removal of the Cherokees 230; tres. see lands; patent office, president's message
374; Boone, Mr. 292; buildings, report of passes of the Osages 280, 291; encroach - 392; Polk, 'Mr. 293; Pennsylvania, a debt
the commissioner of the publie 332; Blair, ments on Indian lands 419, 430; lauds for, due 418; Pearce, Mr. 421, 432; Pendleton,
Mr. 374, 390; bouds, &c. received by collec. west of Arkansas 372; lands in Indiana 372, Benjamin 280; postage, on periodical (pub.
cors 349; credits on 349, 372; Buffalo har. 373; Indian depredations 291, 292, 349, 350; Lications 281; on proot sheets 349; postmas.
bor 390; Bolivar, the medal from 375, 423, Christian Indians, the tribe 390; trade and ters' duties on resigning 408; postage ac.
Bayard, James A. 404; bridge, across White intercourse with 349; appropriations for the cruing at each office 432; Pettis, Mr. 282,

407 department 391; petitions in favor of 331, 292, 336; ports of entry, creation of 333, 349;
Committees of the senate 246, 254, 269, 351, 372, 389, 406, 432; New York memorial Peck, James H. 350; pensioners and pen-
280, 333, 372; joint committees 246, 280, 291; 364; division of agencies 332, 418, 419; civisions-see revolutionary and 348, 351, 407,
committees of the house 256, 271, 272; chaplization among the Cherokees, Cretks and 424; privatver pension fund 422; plated
lains 254, 256, 269, 270; Coosa river 431; Choetaws 388, 399; moral condition of cer wares
Chase, Mr. 269, 291; Crockett, Mr. 256, 281, tajn 352, 376; annual report from the bureau Quorum of the senate 346; do. of the
390; Cumberland road-see roads; Clayton, of Indian affairs 361; iron works, dt struc house

356
Ms. 269, 404, 406; Carson, Mr. 281, 292; tion of certain 331; Irvin, Mr. 336; Inger- Reed, T. B. dies 254; rules and orders of
clerk of the house 255, 256; appointment to soll, Mr.

422 the house 256, 272; Ramsey, Mr. 282, 421;
vacancies 333; do. and messengers 281; clerks Johnson, Mr. 281; Jefferson, Thomas ex. Rowan, Mr. 418, 431; Ripley, Mr. 390; re.
of the senate 331; of the department of state tract from his memoirs 404; judiciary sys- trenchment resolutions 281; Rencher, a. 281;
431; clerks in the departments 373; coolin- tem 270, 376, 433; southern district of New Richardson, Mr. 272, 282, 392; revenue, ap-
gent fund 281, 424, 431; (hilton, Mr. 281, York 431; circuit courts of Maryland 334, 418 propriations 292; revolucionary army, relief
293, 336,391; certain resolutions of 423, 433; King, Mr. 269, 349, 372; Keen, Mark 269; of the survivors of 282, 336, 374, 391, 404,
coffee and teas, the duty on 270, 420; Coe, Kentucky river, improvement of 431; Kry 432, 433; pumber of survivors 376; notes
Bohn P. 331, 432, coins and currency 254, I West

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