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NOTICES OF THE ARTS AND MANUFACTURES, AND A RECORD

OF THE EVENTS OF THE TIMES.

H. NILES, EDITOR,

THE PAST THE PRESENT FOR THE FUTURE,

FROM MARCH TO SEPTEMBER, 1821 – VOL. XX:

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292

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283

365
62

Bilances on the books of the Bolus, taken!
Adams, Nr. his gratton noticed treasury

130 Boxing matches

142

Bread, adulterated
S05; the oration

414 Breeches
326 Balloons, improvement in

351
Africe--Mr. Lalande's voyage Baltimore - fat sheep killed at Brougham, Mr. bû beliel about the

1

queen
mentioned 47; state paper 88; 80; claims against the U. S.

Browne, col.
colony of free blacks in 239, 81; insolvents 85, 154; inspec- Burdett, sir F.

76, 270
406; trade in slaves at Mada. tions 112, 320; the city bank Campbell, admiral

Canning, Ms.

32, 46
gascar checked 269; corn im- 225; battle monument 239;

Carlisle, Mrs.
ported from
382 Mechanics' bank 256; notices Castlereagh, called Londonderry 208

Catholies

187,222
Africans, the condition of cer. of the health of 305, 321,

Census taking

364, 381, 4:3
tain in Alabama

255
337, 369, 385, 401; 4th of July Chancrry, the court of

349
at
Agricultural interests 97; dis-

365
$24) Cholmodelly vs. Clinton

Circular on the affairs of the broly al-
tress
374, 385 Bank defaulters and robbers 225

liance

75
Agriculturists, state of the, in Bank of the U. S. price of its Clarence, the duke of 153, 335, 381
England
262

Coffee-substitutes, &c.

142
stock 111; present condition

Cuinage

77, 188, 185
Alabama-inland water commu. of 289, 298; payment of divi. Constrution!
nications 63, members of the dends 344; loss caused by its Contempt of court

187
Convent Garden theatre

335
legislature 64; petition to con. mismanagement 289; branch

Cork, of a toll received at

187
gress respecting Florida 98;' at Savannah

408 Coronation, of the 76, 174, 220, 335, 349,-
of the Indians in
320 Banks, &c. special deposites,

364, 381, 413
Cotton, prices of

26
Aloe, the flowering
256 and list of notes of the non- Court of claims

382
Alsop, Mrs.

271
paying banks, to the credit of

Crimes

187

380

Debt, a general statement of
America, general statistics of, 410 the treasury S6; counterfeit

Devonshire, the duke's property

76
Andre major, about the removal and false notes 81; a new one Piscovery ships

270
of his bones, and remarks 352, made in New York 111; trials Drury Lane theatre

142
386

Dublin-proceedings at on an address to
of defaulters in Maryland 127;

the king 32; to be visited by hin 292
Andrews, St. a little war at 416 certain small bills issued not Duties-the rate of an sundry articles 85
Anecdote, genuine
387

Earthea Ware, value of exports 365
money 128; engraving of bank

Edinburg-university 77; riots

253
Application of principles 65, notes 177; prices of notes Emigration to the U.S.

77
193, 243, 259, 296

309
224 Enlistment act
192, 402; profits declared

Excisable articles, some of them, &c.
Appointments, remarks upon,

Esecutions
Barbary states.-Morocco 47;

109, 187
with an anecdote of Washing.

Tumssian fleet destroyed

Forgerits

32, 142
ton 249; civil, a list of 87; mo-

Frauds
190, 254, 319; Algerine fleet
241

Glasgow
nopoly of

352 Gold, arrivals of 221, 349; withdrawn from
Arabia-lady Hester Stanhope

circulation

224
Barron, com.
111

Heiress, a great one

109
416 Hops, culture of

365
Arkansas-treaty

Bells, on the breaking of
with the

304 Horse, the king's 227; korse tax

Belmain, Abrabam
Choctaws 33, 368; war be.
Biddle, Charles

Ireland--revenue 03; disturbed state of
tween the Indians in, 112, 192;

253, 302, 335; distrisses
Bonaparte, Napoleon-noticed
bad conduct of the Osages

Iron houses, masts and kings!
109; of his wife 109; cost of

187, 183
288; population
113

Joggler's gains
detaining him 188, 283; re.
Kemble's library

109
Army-new regulations, &c. 47;

port that he was sick 302, 325; King, the, visits theatre 76; his speech
appropriations 58; pay, &c. of
said to be dead 400; report

61; of his journey to Ireland 253; bis
the officers 56; case of Jew.

birth day
confirmed 402; his tribute to Laboring classes
itt 64; board of officers 111;

Washington

412 Lancaster canle
peace establishment 191; re-

Law-geese and ganders
Bonnet--the Westl.er fe 304.

Leopold, prince

32, 153
gister of the officers, &c. 196;

Liverpool, arrivals and departures 01;
general order

235
progress and prospects o! the

duck Jutjes

413
manufacture 368, 376, 383, 403
Arnold, Thonias, dies 239; Be.

Loans to forrigners
By::th, Mr, the player 321 London, places of Worship in
nedici, the infamous 403
Boston---bank capital 128; po.

Majocchi

413
Artigas privateers!
95

Manchester

335
pulation 192; assessments

Marine velocipede
Auctions, on sales at

240; the cadets at

400 Meteorological
Aurora, extracts from 273, 289
Boundary line-U. S. and Ca. Mines, product of one

Ministers
Austria-Preparations for war nada

405 Naval-ships built, &c. 46; workmen dis-
against Naples, &c. 32; ad. Brazil-revoltat Babia 110;

charged
Neutrality

174
vance of the army 78, 176;

(manifesto) 173, 174, 176;

Newspapers
her Italian possessions, ar- general notices of the state

Nobility
rests, &c. 78; debt to Great of affairs in 126, 303, 336,

Norfolk, the duchess of and her estates

Nottingham
Britain 93; the emperor's ad. 382; revolt at Rio Janeiro 190;

Oak, the use of
dress at Laybach 100, 354; ad. bank established 190; arrivals Ogilvie, Mr.

O'Neil, Miss
dress of gen. Frimont to his

367
of slaves

Ox, a great one
army, on marching for Naples British campaigns in America

Parliament-affairs of the queen 01, 77,
139, declaration on the af. 258, 291; tourists in the U.S. 92, 95, 142, 143, reform 221; logic 404;
fairs of Naples 146; abolition

292 king's speech 61; great meeting of the

members 76; emoluments of the speak-
of schools 176; declaration

BRITISU.

er 76; queen's message 77; on the im-
respecting Turkey 206; again Addresses to the king, origin of

61

port of American Hour 77; holy al-

364

Adrertisement, singular
noticed 365; emperor's return

liance 95, 127, 142, 270; annual, men.

tioned 95; affairs of Naples, &c. 174;

127, 142, 262, 364
Agricultural distresses

336
to Vienna

Alien establishment

381 warm debates 174; about the slave trade

357; constitution of the b. of commons 413
American loyalists
B
Austrian debt

93 Pedestrianisin
Babcock, Elijah, dies 112 Bank, of England

76,109, 142 Pennyfather, Mr.
Backus, col. rinterred, &c. 255 Birmingham

93 Pensioners in parliament
Bishops, to be converted!

364 Perkitis & Co.
Baker, col. Walter

382

112 Huddy, MA

364

142

283
183
187
109

283
413

322

365
399
364
109

95

93
413

76
188
142
109
208
77

364

142
142
92
142
106

381 Petersfield, borough

112 'Disbopries

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Door rates, &.

142 110, 126, 190, armistice end. 35; of the committee of ways and mean's
Portland quarry

364
Printing establishment burnt

ed 126, 190; rich prize 336;

37; on imprisonment for dubt 58; on
76

the punishment of piracies 59; of the
Queen-of the witoesses against ber 32; battle of a privateer 125; de. commissioners of the navy 104; on the
processions 77; brief notices of minor

cree respecting foreigners

slave trade 106; on fortifications 263;
things 32, 46, 17, 109, 14, 187, 270, 413;
a libel against her by a priest

285; about the appropriations of pub.
93
190; Caraccas taken and re-

lic lands, &c.

391
Roee between a horse and a pig 381 taken 238, 302, 336, 352, 382; Revenue-Mr. Little's motion respecting 28
Revenue
32, 61, 93, 302, 310, 364
Porto Cabello 239, 336, 382,

Road from Wheeliu, &c.

26, 28
Hothschild, Mr.
32

Slaves-about the introduction of 10;
Kofus, William, MSS. of

109 415; Lovia 336; Cucuta 352, trade ju
Running, a great exploitin

381 415; Carabobo, the battle at Taylor, Mr. vote of thanks to him, &c. 29
Scotland

46, 221
367; Carthagena 382; MC

Tonnage dury, extra
Shipping, cons of
365

Treasurer of the U.S.
Silk manufactures

376 Gregor 384, 400; civil and mi. Tirasury--letter from the secretary about
Sinkius fund

93
litary regulations 400; new

deposites of the notes of non paying
Sirr, major, the infamous
61

bauks
400 viceroy 415; D'Evereux 400;

Tucker, Samuel
Seeks 46, 76, 96, 142, 144, 174, 188 Bolivar resigns the presiden- Weighers.gaugers, &c.
Sugar, consumption of

365
Tim prvspaper

су

415 Weights and measures, Mr. Adam's re
349

port received

10
Transportations of persons

142 Colonization, African, noticed 239 Wirt, Mr. attorvey general
Tythes
369 Color of persons, facts and re-

Yeas and ways in the senate: on the Mis.
Vaccine institution

302
Wallace's monument

marks

240 souri question 11, 16; the bill for the

relief of the family of 0. H. Perry 16
Weights swallowed as physic! 109 Columbian, the newspaper 305 Yeas and ways in the house, on the billig
Wife sold 349; wives a man who had 26! 399 Combs, domestic

463 favor of S Tucker 11; on that for the
Wilson, Miss, the singer

relief of purchasers of the pablic lands
Window tax
142, 187 Commerce, protections of 296,

13, 13; abo Missouri 14; about the
Wool-woollen manufactures 187, 257,

322 bankrupe bill

16
270, 381
Werds in the language, whence derived 365

CONGRESS.

Congressional applicants for of.
York, the duke of
364 Editorial remarks on the proceedings &c.

fice--memorial and petition! 102
Broke, Join T.

112
1; ditto of the "Intelugeucer" on the

Connecticul-elections 128, 144;
Brook's Gazetteer

176
business of the session

29

governor's message noticed
Acts passed--a list of

30
Buenos Ayres-See Rio de la Alabama

177; at length 212; school
Plata
Anderson vs. Dunn

fund 256; retrenchments 289;
Buttons, domestic,

Appropriation bill, general
403 Army--about officers employed a3 clerks

currant wine raised in 304;
с

3; recruiting service ii; peace estabı population 33; bank at Litch.
Cadets at Boston

400

lisbient 10, 14; appropriations, &c. 12, field 389; report about public
Cahcoes, domestic

28, 58; amount of savings estimated by
403
different bilis

lands

389

81
Campaigns, British at Wash. Auctions, duties on sales at

13,14 Constitutional

questions 17,
ington, &c.

258, 291, 409 Bankruptcy, a system of
Baldwin, Mr.

255, 289
Canada-emigrations to 270;

15, 16, 27
Buundaries of states, N. W. of the Ohio 11

Convention-federal, debates
cost of the colony 270; a ca.

Census, respecting the
27, 28 in the, noticed &c.

178, 401
nal said to be cut to lake

Clay, Mr.
Collectors of the customs, &c.

39 Copper mine in New Jersey 11;

13
Champlain 352; not true 387; Columbia, the district--the bauks in 10,

coins

404
Montreal
382

11, 15 Cotton yarn, its fineness 61,

Debt--to abolish imprisonment for
Carey, Mathew, compliment to

12,58
Department of state

308; state of the English mar.
345 Departments, a bill respecting

ket, &c. 80, 96; goods, desir-
Catholic biskop, liberality to a 225 Entri's at the custom house

Duties on imposts and tonnage

26, 23 ed for summer wear 239; crop

25
Census-see population of the Evening session

damaged

304

28
several states.
Florida treaty 10, 11, 14, 26, 28; petition Cræsus, of Lydia

82
of Alabaina
Champlain canal
387 French ships, &e.

95 Cropper, gen. Jolin dies 80
Charcoal, effects of

80 Gaillard, Mr thanks voted, &c.

14, 16, 25, 27

28 Crowned learls
Charleston-bishop England at 82 Gbed, the treaty of

28 Cruelty to animals, cases of 304
Cherokees, schools among the 102 Indians-creaty with the Choetawa

Cuba-new governor z.rrives
Chess player, the automaton 288 Indian trading houses, 10, 12, 15; agents 79; import of slaves 94; va-
Child thrown out of a window

10, 11
Johnson, James

luable feet sails 2:23; state of
368; one poisoned
368 land warrants-military

the islands 126, 143, 239; U.
Chiü-its army in Peru 95, 285;

Light-houses, &c.
Loan, proposed, &e.

S. com. ageot 223; yellow fe.
reported revolution in 93; fo.
Lotteries in the district

239
reign vessels on the coast

Maison Rogue, the marquis of

10,28 Culbreth, Mr. a letter from him
285; captain Shireff's letter to
MeNair, Matthew

195
Meade, Mr.
the director
352 Message of the president-respecting the

Cupid, a negro

192
China--succession to the throne

26 Currey, Cary

304
Militia, returns
143; last will and testament Mint of the U.S.
of the late emperor 185; pro.

26,81

D
Missouri 10,11; the joint committee 10, 12;
clamation of the new one 186;

report and proceedings 13, 14, 16; exo

Darby, Williain 176, 203; valg.
ecution of the laws therein

ble information from him 410
missionaries prohibited 336;

25, 28
Navigation acts

10 Davis, W. D. his letter respect.
the new emperor said to be Navy-appropriations 11, 15; pension
fund

ing the N. W. coast
assassinated 367; notice of the

21
Oxley Thomas
disease of the old one

48
13; Day, maj. Benjamin
367 Patent, to be issued

13 Deaf and duinb
Churches, queer doings in 306 Piracy, on the punishment of

D-l: show.. . remarks 34, 136
Clark, col. Richard, dies

Pensioners, revolutionary
80 Perry, com. O. H.

Defaulter, public

271
Clay, Mr. his speech at Lexing

Post Offine lokal)

15, 26, 29 Delaware-transit duty on pas.
ton
301 Public buildings 5; lands, Maryland reso-

sengers &c. 48; population 129
Coal-Lebigh

63

lations respecting 11; to tax them in
certain states 16; bill for the relief of

Demarira

190
Coffee-its consumption, &c. 111 purchasers of

12, 13, 14, 15, 18 Denmark-statistics of

223
Colombia, the republic of Ma. Purdy, col.

15
Dewes, Charles, dies

112
Reports on the public buildings 5; about
nifesto of the congress to the officers of the army employed as

Diamond, valuable

144
people 8; com. Aury 126; elerks 3; on gold coins 5; respectivg loto Documents, proposed to be
military preparations, &c. 79,

teries in the district of Columbia 6; on
the general post office 26; brief extract

published
238, 303; negociations, &c. from that of the com, ou manufactures Dole, Samud

271

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