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Donnel, Nathaniel

271 Fever, malignant, prevailing 415 founded in 48; case of gen.
Dover, John, dies

63 Findley, the venerable William, Mitchell 116; governor's mes-
Duelling-emperor of Germa. dies

112

sage 181; finances 240; Mr.
ny's order respecting 64; a Fire-death by

111 Walker, senator U. S. 240;
case of

80 Fisheries--bounties and allow. law about lottery tickets 272;
ances
54 population

242
East Indies the cholera mor. Fishermen captured

272
bus at Manilla, &c. 94; Emirs Flax, the culture of 229, 384

Germany- generally. Clerical
of Sinde 04; Palembang 94; Florida -notices of 17, 80. 98,

impudence 94; lunatic asy-

lum 110; the people in
freights 110; dreadful sick. 113, 416; commissioners 96,

favor of Naples 176; Bavaria
ness at Siam, &c. 143; war 191, 255; notice from the 272;

176; Hesse Cassel 190; a
between Siam and Birmah gen. Jackson appointed go.
223; war in the Persian gulf vernor 36; officers appointed

priest left to his own con-
254, 352; import of sugar in- 224; Darby's memoir noticed

science for having married!

176; Hesse Darmstadt a con-
10 England 288; cholera mor- 49, 203; notices of the coun-

stitution granted to 190; con.
bus 143, 336; ships in the try 49, 353; goods imported
Hndi river 367; burning of into, &c. 49, 241, 254, 273,

tingents of the confederation
382; economy!

414
widows

382

305; delay of delivery 321;
Econo!
80 gov, Coppinger's proclama.

Ghent, the treaty of extract,
Editorri arrices--itemarks on tion and surrender of St. Au.

&c.

234
congress and its proceedings g'istine, 337; gov. Jackson's

178

Girardin, L. H.
1; on the loan 34; on the proclamation 353; surrender Girl, a mammoth

128
ways and means, &c. 34; on at Pensacola, particulars 404;

Glass, American

304
foreign news 65 177; general the river St. John's, &c. 416;

Glendy, the rev. doctor, his
essays on domestic industry, mails from Pensacola 272; prayer on the 4th of July 324
&c. 35; free remarks on the Tampa bay

287 Gold-great demand for, and
state of things at Wasiungton Flour, prices of, &c. 35, 288; shipments of 79; value of in
50, 83; fruits of tive system" wheat exported 53; error England compared with that
81; a note to subscribers 96; in the table 65, 145; on its of silver

273
on the agricultural interest import into England, &c. 77; Goodwin, Robert, M.

144
97; on representation 99; "our at a less price than rags 111;

Governors of states-their sala-
own family” and toreign mis-

remarks on,
145 ries

55
sions 101; congressional ap- Floyd, col. Benjamin, 80; gen. Grasshoppers, multitudes of 416
pointments to office 102; fo. William, an account of his Greeks-see Turkey.
reign state papers and news death, &c

386) Guayaquil, revolution at 126
129, 145, 167; desultory re. Foreign missions and impostors

H
marks 130; what is the differ-

255, 288
ence? 178; money, stocks, Forsyth, Mr. entertained at Au.

Hale, capt. Nathan

386
&c. 209; things as they are gusta 144; embarks for Spain

Hamburg-great price of gold
227; divinity of kings 226; on

208

79
foreign paper used in the ge- Franklin, Dr. some remarks by

Hayti---proceedings of Boyer
neral post office 242; imports bim

401

32; import of spirits prohibit-
into Florida 257, 290; on mix. France-a new treaty said to be forming
with England 32; Pouche 32; Swiss

ed 63; disturbances 6), 79; or-
ed languages in the U. S.

guards 46; stocks 46; Grenoble 188; re- der restored 79, 94, 124;
274; the bank of the U.S.

venue and expenditures 46, 78; plots plots discovered 176; prizes
289; British tourists in the U. and conspiracies 78, 127, 284, 349,
365; cloths fraudulently sold 46; tem.

to privateers seiz

254, 52;
S. 292; *axation as it is, a dia.

pestuous debates 62, 109, 174, 188, 205, the Spanish part of the island
logue 292; ¢ hristian liberality 349; ordonance respecting Am. vessels 257; state of the country 367

62, 96, 271, 303; letter of the king to the
306; reply to the card of a

king of Naples 76; explosions, &c. 78;
Virginia farmer 306; “let us

Herrings, killed in the Susque.
109, 142; duke of Angouleme 78; Ies

hannah
Cazas 253: remoral of statues proposed

256
alone" 322; sales at auction
78; La Fayette 109; his speech 395; B. Hogs, large

80
322; on the slave trade 324;

Constant 109; frigate La Junon 127;
plain talk 338, 370; on the feelings of the troops 142; of the Span-

Holmes, Mr. his speech in Maine
ish minister at Paris 143; M. de Balcas

323
persons and their product as

143; affairs of Naples 143, 53; liberty Holy alliance--declaration
employed in New York 387;

of the press! 305; gen. Donadieu 174;
items to independence 403; revenue 188,310; duchess of Angouleme Troppau on the affairs of
on the close of the volume 401

253; the faculty of the law suppressed Naples 31; reported fracas at

at Grenoble 3.1; Mr. Gallatin at court
Education-a character book 178

46; king of Naples expected
221; conscription 271;duke of Bordeaux
Edwards, Mrs. Rebeckah 182

46; Prince Ruffo attending
284; religious toleration 284, 304; Lava-

lette 317; king to be crowned 335; EI
Egypi--Cleopatra's needle 94;

60, 74; remarks on the con
Blisa at Paris 335; ancient statue disco-
statue of Memnon 126; culti. Vered 335; Lallemand 349; cardinal Lu.

spiracy of kings 65; progress
vation of sugar 126; ships of

zerpe 365; the navy 382; product of to- 108, 153, 270, 305, 337; minis-
223

bacco 382; premiums offered for useful
the pacha

ters, &c. assembled 74; king
discoveries 399; new pieces at the the #
Emigration to the u... 42, 255.

of Naples at 74; Troppant
tres 400; population of Paris 413; mem-
583; error corrected

193 w the national convention 413; circular 124; British circular

payment to the blind powers 413; ec.
England, bishop

82, 225
elesiastical establishment yang damage d'

75; king of Naples and Gallo

Are 414; vessels in the harbors of the 153, his letter to his son 170;
English language, of the deri-

U.S.

365
Vation of the words in

proceedings 241; circular des.
177

Freemasonry and the synod of
Engraving of bank notes

patch from Laybach 313; de.
Pittsburg

claration 315;, Nesselrode's
Evrope, generally, notices of 61

G
circular

316
Executive department, cost of
113 Gadsden, col. James
400 Hopkins, Stephen

271
Esports of animal and vegeta. Garnett, Mr, his address to the Howitt, Mr, a British tourist 292
ble food for several years
53) Fredericksburg society 229 Hydrogen gas

412

101 Hail storms

at

413

239

406

408

154

per diem

I

Law cases--the Bello Corrunes (a salvage household 257; remarks, es-
Ilinois--a new bank to be made

case) 2; Yvang vs. Bryan, Anderson vs.
Dunn, Cobens vs. the state, of Virgi-

says, &c. 35, 178; do, enti.
48; stop law 80—the town niali before the supreme court) brief tled “meaning of words or
of Albion

192 ly noticed 7; case at length 155, 183; U.
S. vs. Wilkins, Green vs. Bitldle, before

"application of principles"
Impost, revenue, &c. 51, 133,
the same 36; new rule establisbed 36;

51, 65, 113, 168, 193, 209,
292; the collection of 355 Cohens, &c. again noticed 36; a man 243, 259, 275, 296, 354; view
Indian patriotism 116; a double

fined for disturbing religious worship 48;
Anderson vs. Dunn, the case at length

of the use of domestic goods,
jointed one 368; one drowns 72; about hoiding a person to prosecute

&c. 178; “plain talk” 338,
himself 368; trade, goods on 116; respecting certain small bank bilis

370; persons employed in, in
hand 387; laws 358, 411

128; breach of promise of marriage 198,
36%; case of certain slaves transported

N, York, and remarks 387
Indiana-steam mill at Vincen. eonstwis. 137; respecting apprentices Marine corps, promotions, &c.
nes 63; population 129; state 219; about the right of the U. S. ba ik 10 63; libraries

383
bank

383

majlitain a suit 250; Suffolk bank vs.
Lincoln bank 250; Penn's manor case

Marriage fee, a man put in Jail
Inland communication-in Ten. 250; ease of Bowler and the jury that for it 239; marriages, extra
nessee and Alabama
63 tried him 250; vs. the proprietors of a

416
Internal improvements, noticed

public stage 250; at Hamburg, about a

bounty er ndered to scawen fur extra Martinico, the island of 154
225; duties, cost of coilection exertions 251; in Tennessee on the ent-

Maryland--trial of the bank
355

dorsement law 275; decree respecting
certain distilled spirits 346; Indian ju-

defaulters, &c. 127; Gazette,
Ionian islands

state of the 238; risdiction with the state of New York the oldest paper in tbe U. S.
British tyranny at 318; troops
358, 411; between landlord and tenant

287; penitentiary 288; report
sent to

364

Laws-to carry into effect the Florida about the appropriation of
kon-railing, &c. inported 375; treaty 44; tising the military prace to public lands for education
speedy process to cut it 406

tablishment 45; for the admission of Mig
souri 56; authorizing a loan 56; for the

359; N. York report 376; Con-
Islands in the lakes, &c. 384

relief of purchasers of the public lands necticut do. 389, N. Hamp.
Laly generally disturbed 151; 37; about the intruduction of slaves

shire, do. 390; population 33
political divisions of the Leghorn bonnets imitated-see

Massachusetts----arrangements

«bonnets."
country; population, &c.

with Maine 48; report to the
Ithuriel, the spear of
369 Legislators of the states--their

55

legislature on the ingress of
J

free
Jack, gen, William, dies

273
48 "Legitimate” concord

negroes 311; public
Jackson, gen.127, 154, 208; a Liberty--a definition of

143

schools 108; great ox raised
statue of him voted 239; a Lithrographic printing

in 80; on the proposed repre.
348

sentation in the senate 99,
painting of
415 Loan of the U.S. facts and "re.

shoes made at Lynn 128;
Jail
, swearing out of

239
marks': 34--see congress and

elections 144; governor's
Jamestown weed
416 laws. Notice from the

ec. of

speech 251; amendments to
Johnson, capt. John, dies 63 the treasury 82; taken 97,

the constitution 252, 277; an.
127; additional million want.
Jones, gen. on militia musters 2:36
Jurists, a question for

cient law respecting persons
273
cd, &c.

407
K
Locusts, many

271

chosen governors 288; popu.
lation

33
Kean, Mr, the player, at Boston

1121
Logan, George

384

Matlack, Timothy
47; at Baltiinore 144; at Bos. Logic, most exellent!

404

“Meaning of words"-a valua.
ton again, and remarks upon
Longevity, cases of 48, 80, 112,

ble series of essays on re-
him 209; extravagancies

226

128, 144, 224, 255
Kentucky-circulating medium Looms, manufactured

35

venue, manufactures, com-
of 52, 85, 225, 241, 383; the Louisa, an Am. ship, recaptur-

merce, &c. 51, 113, 168, 209,

275
Harmony society in 63; Tran.
ed on the coast of Peru 285

Mediterranean--a desperate
sylvania college
operation Louisiana - state of the finances

sea-fight in

127
of the stop laws, &c. 85; state 48; resolves about Florida 49;
bank, &c. 180, 225; legal opi.
of the permanent seat of go.

Methodists-number of in the
U.S.

416
nion of the stop laws 368; vernment 128; population of
the bank declares a dividend

New Orleans and commerce Mexice--notices of the revolu-
of profits! 368; population 49, 128; population 129; trade tionary matters in 126, 191,

97 with N. York 383; h-alth of 223, 255, 270, 330, 367; coin-
Kosciusko--èxtract of a letter New Orleans 400; wbirlwind age 143; release of Am pri-
from bim
84 at

400 soners in 155; Trespelacios
Krause, David, dies
80 Lunatics amused

110 223, 333; reported batiles,&c.
Krener, Jacob, dies

63!
M

255; Texas 191, 223, 383; ec.
L
Macdonough, com.

111 clesiastical establisiment in
Labor, surplus of
136 Macomb, gen.

271, 287 270; Vera Cruz 356, 352, 383
Lakes, of a tide in 80; trade on Madagascar, slave trade check. Mildew, to prevent it 111; do.
the
255 ed in 269; a prince arrives in

in canvas

368
Land, more wanted

289 England, with a letter from Militia, general return of 87;
Land, public-notice to debtors king

319 gen. Jones' letter on musters
for 279; notice to intruders Madison, Dr. murdered 271

236
upon 368; proposed addition. Mail, robberies of 96, 144 Miller, capt. Samuel 47; capt

Charles

63
al appropriation for the use of Mails, irregular and defective 97
schools, &c. 359, 376, 389, Muine-arrangements with Mas. Mint of the U. S. coinage, &c.
390, 391; report in congress,
sachusetts 48; legislature 112;

81, 404
&c.

391

gov. King resigns 240; elec. Mississippi state--first steam
Languages, &c. in the U. States

tioneering in, with Mr. boat arrives at Port Gibson 112
274; of the world

288 Holmes' speech 323; popula. Missouri state--the legislature
Laurel, mountain

128 tion 33; quakers' memorial 407 called 240; governor's mes.
Liw-the glories of

109, 112 Manilla, massacre at 94, 110 sage 300; solemn act of 388;
Law lumber--amount of re. Manufactures, generally-looms St. Louis Enquirer 289; po-
ports, &c.

3871

in Philadelphia, 35 403; pulation 145; proclamation of

the president 389; toasts of the governor's message of Pensioners, revolutionary 18,
drank in 416; river, length the 18th Jan. 1821, 66; reduc- 115; general notice from the
of the, &c 112; question, see tion of salaries 11); elections department 240; naval 155

“congress" and 1, 300, 323 154; Ontario co. 415; Cham. Perry and Elliott, the dispute
Mitcheli
, Dr. presented with a plain canal 176; election of between

272
ring

191, 255

members of congress 239, Peru-operations of lord Coch-
Mobile, trade of

383

256; great canal 272, 304, rane 32, 95, 110, 191, 285;
Money, (cheap) 34, 35, 273, 368, witchcraft! in 1665, 379; royal defences at 32, 224, 367;
289; remarks upon

180, 209 Indian jurisdiction 358; po. operations 110, 126; of Li-
Monroe, Mr, his second inau. pulation 145, 387; common ma 111, 126, 191; viceroy re-

gural address 17; a remark schools 411; report on the sigus 191; reported fall of Li.
about him

403

Maryland resolutions about ma 303; particulars of the
Murders, horrid

79, 80 the public lands 376; trans- case of the Am. ship Louisa 285
Murray, Fairman and co. 177 portation of goods 415; Onon. Philadelphia-money plenty at
Musquitoes, wonderful

383 daga salt 384; newspapers 387 128, 144; fire at 192; looms in
N

New York city-a wolf killed a district of 403; consumption
Naples--see “two Sicilies.” on the island 80; Jacob Sher. of water

416
National antipathy

409 red 111; rich legacy by the Piedmont-see Surdinia.
National Gazette
385 decease of a child 112; city Pilsbury, Samuel, dies

80
National Intelligencer--extract

debt 128, 224, 320; quaran.

Pirates in the West Indies 154
from and remarks 245; further tine 272, presentation of co- Pittsburg, prices at

180
remarks 275, 354, 369; essays lors 311; on observing the first “Plain talk

338, 370
of Hippocrates in

273 day of the week 367; vessels Poland-monument to Kosciu s.
Naturalization, the forms of 82 in the harbor 368; coasting ko 110; a revolt expected 151
Navy and naval. (The names trade 383; Phænix bank 415; Population of the U. S. pro-

of the ships and vessels refer a swoop made by the police 384 gress of the census and re.
to the things belonging to Newspapers, the oldest in the marks 33, 49, 65, 97, 113, 129,
them;-Alligator 47, 567, 407; U. S. 287; notice to the edi. 145, 225, 241; comparative,
Columbus 352, 383; Constitu. tors of 193; theft of punished &c. 404; Mr. Darby's esti.
tion 47, 111, 192; Congress 80; published in New York mates

410
191. 224; Dolphin 287; Enter- and in the U.S.

387 Porter, com. his letter about the
prize 127, 303; Franklin 111, Norfolk-horrid murder at 79, N. W. coast

24
191, 383; Grampus 383; Hor.
96, 111, 127, 239 Porto Rico

415
net 96, 415; Lynx 208; Mace. Norfolk, the sloop-intended to Portugal-- manifesto of the na.
donian 32, 94, 285, 287; Non- be destroyed 304, 330, 400 tion 54; general notices of
such 47; Peacock 255; Onta. Vorth Carolina-- on militia mus. events 6., 78; meeting of the
no 79; Shark 208, 255, 400; ters in 236; Washington's cortes 78; proceedings 96,
the five schooners built 415; statue for the state 288; po 125, 175, 188. 221, 253; liber.
agents 64; commissioners, re. pulation

402 ty of the press 125; consuls
marks on their services 103; North West Coast-W. D. Da. in the U.S. 127; constitution
interesting replies to certain vis and com, Porter's letters 141, 153; decree respecting
que ries proposed to them 104; upon 21; notice of an expe. the English officers 153; new
captains in the navy111;gener. dition intended for

63 volcano 175; inquisition 188;
al order 192: iron, American, Norway, trade of the U.S. with 407 of the king 188; royal de.
wanted 111; pension fund 81; Norvel, Jonathan, dies

80 cree 206; island of St. Michael
pensioners

155
0.

221; the Azores 284; oblivion
Negro dealer, punished 303 Obituary notices—a remark res- to political offences 253;
Negroes, the trade in 110, 323; pecting

306

Austrian charge d'affairs 284;
freed by Mr. Crew 288 Ohio-case of John C. Wright king's arrival expected 284,
Netherlands--strange state of the 52; tavern rates at Chillico- 414, patriarch of Lisbon 365;

press in 75; imports of slaves the 11; common schools 112; palace of the junta of com.
prohibited at Surrinam 253; strange ballottings 192; popu-

414
extermination of the small lation 33, 65; appraisement Post office, general, deficien.
pos

317 law 375; broken banks S83 cies of receipts 304, 337
New Granada- see “Colombia.” Ohio river-produce passing President of the U.S. indispos.
New Hampshire-Mr. Bell re. the Falls

239 ed

303
elected governor 80; the peo. Oxen-large

77, 80 Printers defended

339
ple refuse to call a conveni.

P

Privateering--persons engag.
tion 304; report on the reso. Paper, imported, used in the ed in, sent to the U. S. 192;
lutions from Obio 312; state general post office

242
proceedings

224
prison 320; population 33; Paradise lost, extract from 370 Proclamation admitting Missou.
bank capital, &c. 384; report Parker, David

239 ri

389
about public lands 389; go- Passengers arrived in the U. S. 52 Prostitute punished

272
vernor's message

392 Paupers

144, 374, 384 Prussia-army increased 32;
New Iceland, noticed 192; parti. Payne, Samuel, dies

176

real tragedy in a theatre 94;
culars
237, 384 Pearce, capt. John

144 said to be in a ferment 366;
New Jersey-Mr. Rutherfords' Peas, early green

79 conspiracy reported 382;
sheep 274; population 113 Penn, William, eulogium on 311 deaths by hydrophobia 414
New York-state. Memorial of Pennsylvania—of the improve- Public lands, notice to debtors
the Quakers to the legisla- ment bill 64, 82; official cor. for

279
ture 7; prison at Auburn 64; ruption 127; paupers in Ches.

Q
of the convention 64, 154, ter county 144; population Quakers'memorial to the legisla.
176, 224, 288; report on pub. 97; agricultural distresses ture of New York 7; do. the
lic schools 107; report at 374, 385, 402; Hydrogen gas, legislature of Maine 407; re.
length, on certain parts of in Washington county 412) marks on yearly meetings 347

1

merce

T.

Quarterly Review, extract from Saw, circular

408 Sugar-from the maple, 255;
226 Schools, public-see Netu York, from the cane 257; on the du-
Quito, mentioned
32 &c.

ty upon 273, 376; from India,
R
Sea-serpent
400 to England

288
Rags against money

383 Seal caught in the St. Law. Sunday, on the observance of 367
Red Jacket -one of his letters rence 48; seals at New Ice. Surplus, the principle of 136, 227
102; his character and con. land

192 Surrinam, great fire at 47, 63
duct
358) Seamen, health of

385 Susquehannah river-produce
Redman, John

320 Secret debates to be published received at Baltimore 255,
Register, terms of the 1; a no.

113 303, 387; herrings killed in
tice respecting 385, new Seppings, sir, Robert 243 256; navigation of

387
agents of and close of the vo- Shakers, inventions of 406 Sweden-revenue and expendi.
lume

401 Sheep-profits of rearing them ditures 63; travels to the
Representation, remarks on the 86, fine flock of

274 northern parts 154; patriot.
principle of

99,113 Ship building, improvements in ism in 176; revenue 190; dise
Revolutionary papers
385

243

putes in Norway 208, 313,
Rhode Island-about the consti. şhip on fire--terrible

80 351, 365; substitute for coffee
tution 48; cases of divorce Shoes, made at Lynn

1 28

284
128; elections 144; state of Shrupp, col. Henry

112 Switzerland-the people called
banks 256; population 33; de. Silver mine

272 to arms, 47; the army, 223;
mands of the state against Sinking fund

93, 99

basely gives up the fugitives
the U. S.
384 Slaves and slave trade--horrid from Piedmont

365
"Right of search”

386 cases 48, 117,383; vessels en.
Rio de la Plata, the provinces gaged in the trade 63, 415; Tariff-see manufactures, &c.
of. State of things at Buenos gen. Mitchell dismissed for

Mr. Culbreth's letter respect.
Ayres 32, 79, 111, 191; Para. trading in slaves 116; of the

ing 195; queries and answers
guay 32; Entre Rios 32; St. Fe manuinission of 192; one libe- on the operation of the pro-
79; general view of the condi. rates himself 192; of the sale

posed tariff

341
tionof things 95, 254, 320, 367; of persons, nearly white, as Taxation, operation of 134, 248;
Spanish commissioners ar. such 240; a question propos. ssas it is," a dialogue 292: ge.
rive 95; Artigas 191; Pueyrre.

ed about the property in 273; neral views of the subject
don 254; the impressment of remarks on the trade 324; do.

306; agreement on the sub.
seamen and Mr. Forbes' note in the British parliament 357; ject

416
254
Le Rodeur 383; on the intro- Taxes--aggregate of

35
Robin killed by hail
368 duction of

408 Taylor, Jobin, of Caroline, his
Roche, capt. Edward

112 South

Carolina-law against letter to the Virginia agricul.
Rome -proclamation of the Sunday schools, forslaves, &c. tural societies

332
pope 139; castle of St. An. 128; a letter from a gentle. Tennessee--long voyage of a
gelo 143; robbers 143, 351;

man of

375 boat from 63; sales of land,
state of affairs at
176 South sea islands

94 &c. 112; price of bank notes
Russia-Emigration of the Sout'ı seas--vessels of war in 95 in 192; lands of the state 208;

Jews to Palestine 47; Ame. Spain-The king summoned to Laybach banking in 274; population
rican company 79; births,

32; doubted 46, 78; treaty with the U. S.
at length 39; deputies to the cortes 47;

65; Nashville bank 383
deaths, marriages, &c. 94; Toledo 47; valuable arrivals at Cadiz Texas, coveted

289
commerce of Petersburg 110;
47, 365; the Spanish territory declared
Thomas, Joshua, dies

80
church of Isaac 143; nagnani.

an asylum 47; reported alliance with Na.
plts 51; national militia 62; Quiroga 62;

Toasts.-- remarkable 144, 416
moue declaration of the em. Riego 94; Freemasons' lodges 78; disor

Tobacco, imported and on band
peror 153; troops on the

ders, ral and reported 94, 175, 208, 221,
frontiers 176, 190; reported
238, 271, 3175 general notice $ 188, 238,

in Europe, &c. 64; raised in
317,335 anbassadrat London 94; dis. France

382
insurrection 208; declaration
turbances at Madrid 98; king's speech

Tolls paid between N. Y, and
140; minister at Paris 142; address of the
respecting Turkey 206; War.
cortes to the king 152; the priests 153,

Philadelphia

385
saw 223; affairs at Odessa 175, 317, 349; Sevill: 175; armis seized Tompkins, D. D. elected G. M.
254; steam boats 269, march

175; army increased 221, 84; bishop of
Barcelona 53; proceedings about the

of masons
of troops 351, 366; trade

Napolitan revolution 253; Vinuesa 284; Travelling, rapid 272; cheap 288
with the U, S. 269; public

Merino, the priest 302, 365; foreign ini- Treaty with Spain, at length,
debt 366; grand duke Con-

nisters 303; Morillo 317; excesses 317;
negociations, &c. respecting Spanish

with the ratifications, &c. 39
stantine 382; discontents 382; America 320. 335, 349; pension to gen. Trippe, late lieut.

320
population

400

Pripr 335; ecclesiastical matters 335, 349;
naval affairs 349; gen. Elio 365; re-

Troppau--see holy alliance.
S
Venue, &c.

414 Trout, a very large one 304
Salisbury, William

112 Specie, arrivals of 63, 128; ship. Turkey-notices of the state of
Salt, imported 53; Onondaga 384

ments of

255 the country, army, &c. 236,
Sandwich islands, some account
Sprigg, capt. John

112 241, 366; Ali Pacha 79, 110,
269 Steam and steam boats--Messrs. 143, 238, 253, 319; behead-
Sarding--the kingdom of. Of Johnsons' project 63; fresh ings, &c. 79, 253, 318, 351;
the king 144; revolutionary beef carried from Louisville Candia 190, 223, 253, 254;
matters 151, 174, 175, 189; to New Orleans 111; rapid house of correction at Con.
state papers 173, 189; the movements 128, improve stantinople 116; rising of the
Austrians in 208, 221; revolu- ments mentioned 192, on the Greeks-notices and details

253, 271, 284 western waters 224, 416; ex- 190, 223, 241, 253, 271, 284,
Savannah - Mr. Charlton resigns

plosion 224; the ship Robert 318, 336, 351, 366, 382, 400;
the mayoralty 48; population Fulton

368 414, 415;Ypsilanti's address to
; the banks at 228; church Stocks, money, &c. 209, 273; er. the Greeks 207; his oati 319;
of all denominations 289;

ror noted

289

Greek fleet 254, 336, 351;
Planters' bank, &c.
408 Stonnington

192 Greek patriarch 336; value of

288

of

tion over!

viii

77, 98

coins advanced 351; declara.

U

statue for N. c. 288; Napo-
tion of Messenians 352; allo-

412

leon's tribute to him
Underwriters, fraud intended
cution of the archbishop of

Washington City Gazette
upon-see “Norfolk."

403
Patras 366; Greek ship cap-

Ways and means, remarks and
United States - noticed in Bri.
tured by the British 386, 4005

facts

34
tish works, &c.
sanguinary proceedings 414;

Weaving, rapid

308
official notice of the death

V
of the patriarch
414 Van Deiman's land

Weights and measures--the re.
110

port of the secretary of state
174 Venezuela-see Colombia.
Tuscany

Venice
Two Sicilies-declaration of the gove-

noticed 33; a note extracted

174
reigns at Troppau 31; new minister in
Vermont-proceedings of the

from 88; abstract and general
England 32; advance &c. of the Aus-

general notice of 232; report
council of censors 115; elec-
trians 47, 62, 78, 96, 108, 144 154, 174;
departure of the king 62.74,94; revolu- tions 256; population

225

respecting, to the British par.
tionary ineidents 62, 78, 94, 96, 126 142,

liament

283
141, 151, 221; French king's letter 76; Virginia. State of the banks
Vesuvius 78; king's letters 96, 170; state

48, 288; elections 112, 144,

Weld, Mr. his recantation 292
of the island of Sicily 78, 96, 154, 350,

West, Mr. and Napoleon

412
365, 382; discussions iu the British par- 192; fire at Portsmouth 80;

Whale fishery
Jiament 95; Gen. Pepe 96, 222, 317; mi-

368
report at length to the legis.
litary preparations, &c. 109, 126; terms

Whipple, lieut
lature on the famous case of

191
of the allies 127; address to the English

White, bishop -interesting in.

jurisdiction 118; of the armo.
nation 138; declaration of the parlio.
ment 149; proceedings 149; 175; prince

cident 81; col. Hugh, dies 112
ry 128; the Farmers' bank
royal's speech and the reply 149; re

80
Willing, Thomas, dies

288, 415; a farmer's card to
ported battle 151; king and Gallo 153;
patriotie professious, &c. 154, 175; the editor and reply 306; “Po. Wilmington, Del. consumption
assassinations 154; proclamations of

of cotton at
litical Expositor" 321; «En.

416
the king and gen. Frimont 170; note
from the British minister 171; mani- quirer" 322; a monster in 415 Wine, currant

304
festo issued by the parliament 171; of

Witchcraft, a trial for in 1665, 379

W
the army 175; the Calabrians 176; end
of the revolution, papers and details Waltham factory

259

Wool, import of 239..-raised in
188, 208, 221, 253, 269, 271, 284, 336;

257

England and Spain
War, desired to relieve the
return of the king 221; address of the
king 221; royal decree 302; miracle times

229)

Y
performed 317; the Carbonari, 350; des.
Washington, gen. his birth day "Yankee harbor"

192
potisi 351; Jesuito re-established 365;
of a constitution

365 142; anecdote of him 249; his

he

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